Police Officer Patrick Sirois

Police Officer Patrick Sirois

United States Department of Defense - Fort Hood Police Department, U.S. Government

End of Watch Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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Patrick Sirois

Officer Patrick Sirois was struck and killed by a vehicle on U.S. 69 in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, while assisting at the scene of another accident.

Officer Sirois was traveling to Wagoner, Oklahoma, with his fiancee for the Thanksgiving holiday when he witnessed the accident. He stopped his vehicle, put on a reflective vest, displayed his badge and firearm, and began to assist one of the drivers. As he spoke to the man on the shoulder he saw another car that about to collide with the vehicle. He pushed the driver out of harm's way just as the vehicle was struck, pinning him between it and the guardrail.

He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The driver who struck him was cited for a traffic violation.

Officer Sirois served as a civilian police officer with the Fort Hood Police Department and as a reserve officer with the Nolanville, Texas, Police Department. He had been recognized as Nolanville's Officer of the Year in 2009, and had previously served with the United States Army during Desert Storm. He is survived by his fiancee.


  • Age 50
  • Tour 9 years
  • Badge 822
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Struck by vehicle
  • Location Oklahoma

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Pat was my DS at Ft. MCClellan and I have always looked up to him. He was a damned good NCO in the MP Corps. He prepared me well for the deployments to come for me. I will miss him and so will the world.

Dr. John M. Duffey, Sr.
Served in the MP's together - and he made me into a soldier to st

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