Deputy James Robert Allman

Deputy James Robert Allman

Dallas County Sheriff's Department, Texas

End of Watch Saturday, August 5, 1995

James Robert Allman

Deputy Allman was killed in an single vehicle accident while responding to a call of a suspicious person at approximately 0135 hours. During the response Deputy Allman's cruiser went out of control and struck a tree. He was killed instantly upon impact. A passerby used the radio in Deputy Allman's cruiser to call for help.

Deputy Allman had served in law enforcement for 12 years. He was survived by his wife and two sons.

Bio

  • Age 30
  • Tour 12 years
  • Badge 368

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash

Most Recent Reflection

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Dad,
Its been 12 years since I have posted and i cant begin to tell you how much life has brought change in that time. Witch is the one thing we are guaranteed to have happen in life. There have been so many ups and downs and as my birthday come up the one thing that keeps repetitively passing through my mind is that I will be 1 year shy of the amount of years you spent on this earth with us. As I reflect on my life thus far I can't say that I've made the same impacts you had made in the time that you spent here. In that short time you where an honorable hard-working man who cherished everything good in life. You loved my mother unconditionally y'all's relationship was admired by everyone that came in contact with y'all. You loved Matt and I endlessly then you ended up giving your life selflessly. I want to let you know that you are and always will be the type of man I Inspire to be. Thank you Dad for everything you did for us all the love you showed us I know you're smiling down as you sit by God and watch his master plan unfold I cant wait to see you again untill then i am going to make better effort cherishing the people left behind by you that you love so endlessly life gets so busy and we take things for granted and none of us are guaranteed to be here tomorrow. that is is the last lesson that you we're able to teach me and probably the most profound lesson I've learned thus far yet but don't take heed to it nearly as often as I should I love you Dad talk to you later say hi to Grandpa for me tell him I miss him and love him so much.
James Allman

James Allman
Son

April 19, 2018

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