Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman Waverly M. Jones

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Friday, May 21, 1971

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Reflections for Patrolman Waverly M. Jones

God Bless , you and your family , you will always be our Brother R.I.P

Retired New York City Police
Police Officer Gustavo A Garcia

February 10, 2012

Hero's fall but are never forgotten. RIP brother, my prayers are out there for you and to see that your killer is never released!!!!

James Kotke
Civilian / Former Officer
WSF Park Police (Wi.)

January 30, 2012

Chandra I pray that in the coming days God will grant your family peace. As a future officer I also pray that your fathers killer never again may see the light of day for taking two lives over nothing as well may your father rest in peace knowing that the watch is in good hands now and those on it will never forget.

LEO in training

January 22, 2012

I strongly urge you not to grant parole to anyone who decides to kill a police officer. That officer died in the performance of his duties, protecting the lives of his community and the rights of law abiding citizens of this country. He made the ultimate decision to protect those who entrust the laws of this nation. No cop killer should ever be considered for parole.

Instructor/K9, Joe Papastathis (Retired)
Clarksville Police Department

January 19, 2012

As a retired Houston Police Sergeant, I strongly urge you not to grant parole to anyone who decides to kill a police officer. That officer died in the performance of his duties, protecting the lives of his community and the rights of law abiding citizens of this country. He made the ultimate decision to protect those who entrust the laws of this nation. No cop killer should ever be considered for parole.

R.G. Hoffard, Sergeant (retired)
Houston Police Department

January 11, 2012

There is no reason to parole anyone who kills a Police Officer! That Officer has Sacrificed His Life in the performance of his Duty, and should be afforded the right to have his attacker pay the full amount for his actions!! It is that simple... The Officer is owed that, as well as his Family and Friends. Even after 30, 40 or 50 years. He shall not have died in vain.

Retired P.O. Edward Trennes
43 Pct. NYPD

January 10, 2012

When anyone kills a policeman a part of this Great Country dies!! THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO SHOT HIM WILL STAND UP IN COURT DEMANDING THEIR RIGHTS. WHILE THE OFFICERS FAMILY LOSES HUSBAND, FATHER, AND SPENDS MANY LONELY NIGHTS WITH OUT HIM !! JUSTICE MUST BE DONE!!!!!

RETIRED P.O. LUIS FERMAINTT JR.
25PCT. NYPD

January 1, 2012

As an active police officer from 1960 to 2004, with the New york City Police Department, and then the Nassau County Department for fortytwo years, where I retired as a Seargeant; I feel that anyone who takes the life of an active Law Enforcement Officer should receive the Death Penality, or at least remain in prision for the rest of their lives, without parole.

Ret. Sgt. George R Reiber Jr.#3143
Nassau County, NY

January 1, 2012

I will never forget the early 70s in NYPD. The BLA declared war on us and manage to kill many. It was a direct attack on any Black Officer paired with a white Officer on patrol. NO PAROLE FOR THESE CRIMINALS WHICH HAVE BEEN SENT TO THE ELECTRIC CHAIR THEREBY AVOIDING THE POSSIBILITY OF ANY FUTURE PAROLES.

Elmer Toro- Ret. Det. Sgt
NYCPD

December 31, 2011

Retired Motor Officer: Dennis Oliveira, New Bedford, MA Police Dept. Lost a good friend as a result of gunfire and came close to a second. When we put them in jail for taking a life they should stay there untill the deceased comes back to life!!!!!!!!

Motor Off Dennis Oliveira (Ret)
New Bedford Police Dept. MA.

December 28, 2011

I remember this crime very well as all of Law Enforcement was under attack from many sides. We were warned of being attacked by individuals using a variety of weapons. These P.O.'s were young guys with so much to live for. It's over 40 years later and I realize even more now how tragic these murders are.

PO Allan Wicklund
Nassau County PD

December 26, 2011

Cops aren't Black or White, they're Blue. When those Officers were killed in a cowardly ambush from behind, every man and woman in Blue was attacked. The killers didn't care what the race of the victims was, all they saw was a Blue Uniform, the symbolf of all that was right. The BLA stood for all that was wrong.
With due respect, I request that to make sure that the line between right and wrong is maintained, parole is denied the killer of my Brothers Piagentini and Jones.

P.O. William G.Wahler, (Ret.)
Nassau County, N.Y.

December 24, 2011

I was a classmate of Officer Waverly Jones in the New York City Police Academy and remember him well as a good cop and a friend.

Special Agent
Federal Bureau of Investigation

December 24, 2011

Just sitting here thinking about you daddy...it has been 40yrs now since you been gone from my life. This man is suppose to be coming up for parole next year..if anyone have any information on how I can stop this please leave information. Thank you

Love you Daddy so much

Chandra Jones
The Daughter of Officer Waverly Jones

May 30, 2011

A true hero, may he rest in peace and never be forgotten.

RETIRED PO Tony Cavello NYC Transit Plic

April 29, 2011

This May it'll be 40 years since your assassination.
You will NEVER be forgotten.
RIP brother.

Dennis Conner
Retired NYPD

April 18, 2011

May God continue to watch over you and your family. The murders should root in Hell. You will never be forgotten.

RETIRED DETECTIVE FRANK DEMARCO
NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

May 21, 2010

Patrolman Jones - Thanks for your service to the people of New York City. May God grant you eternal rest and may his perpetual light shine upon you.

Chief K. Moreland (Ret. Sgt.)
Palmer Lake, CO PD (Ret. LAPD)

April 27, 2010

Thinking of you daddy always and I Love You so much
I hope you are watching over me

Chandra Jones
daughter

April 10, 2010

Though I never knew him, he was part of my Law Enforcement family and I will mourn this deep loss the rest of my life. My heart aches with all the losses we have suffered, and continue to suffer, through the years. God is our only peace in such incidents & our only real comfort comes from Him. May His strength, comfort & peace continue to be the sustaining force in the lives of all who knew this beloved officer; and may it somehow help to know he is not forgotten.

Vicki Hare, Telecommunicator
Salisbury NC PD

September 9, 2009

I said a little prayer today for Patrolman Jones and his family. He may be gone but never forgotten. He will always be a New York HERO.

Robyn Wilkes

May 20, 2009

You will always be a reminder to those of us who have chosen to serve the public of what dedication and paying the ultimate price means!.....REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER!!!

Anonymous

February 18, 2009

Officer Jones, Just wanted to let you know that your brother's and sister's in the NYPD have not forgotten you. Rest in peace HERO. You are missed but never forgotten.

Sergeant Chris DiToro
NYPD

May 21, 2008

Sir, you worked with my father in the NYPD. I grew up hearing stories about you and his other cop buddies. He always spoke fondly of you. He says you were a brave, and loyal man. I just began a presentation on the BLA for a history class. My father told me stories but i only now see how terrifying those days must have been. You are not forgotten! Your family will always be in my prayers.

PFC Carroll, Meghan
Army

September 4, 2007

Waverley you lost your life 35 years ago to some mindless morons who knew no better.Today you are still the hero to all those who are family and friends as you were all those years gone by.
R.I.P
CONSTABLE S. JONES

CONSTABLE S.JONES
UK POLICE

December 7, 2006

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