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Police Officer Delma Devon Adams

Raleigh Police Department, North Carolina

End of Watch Sunday, February 3, 1980

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Reflections for Police Officer Delma Devon Adams

Well DD ,it's been a long time. It's great to see this memoral for officers.I was working that night,(north side) I'll never forget the call on the radio.We were all headed that was as we always would do.
I was at your funeral,and think most of raleigh was there also.That was my first and last.
DD,you were a great impression. As I went on to NCSHP,I came by and visted you ever weekend and would talk. You really helped me thru the tough times.
As I sit and view your picture it sure brings back great memories.You were a great officer and friend.I'll always remember you. APA

A.P. Adams

November 22, 2005

The City and Department have changed quite a bit since your time on the department. However, you are remembered everyday. Your picture, as well as pictures of the other Raleigh Police Officers that have died protecting the City, is hanging in all of the Police stations. You watch over us daily.

Thank you.


Raleigh PD

May 30, 2005

On Angels ...
"The wings ain't anything but a uniform that's all. When they are in the field so to speak, they always wear them."
- Taken from Tom Sawyer

Hey Jimmy ...

It's twenty-five years today. You're still not forgotten and you never will be.

February 3, 2005

My dad worked on your squad at RPD and planned your funeral. He still cannot talk about that night at all. I find it very disturbing that the lady that shot you continues to come up for parole. We all as law enforcement officers should make our voice heard on this one. She should never enjoy freedom again. She took yours from you coldly. God Bless you sir.

Senior Officer P.M. Anderson, Jr.
Cary Police Department

August 11, 2004

My father worked on your squad and planned your funeral.

Senior Officer P.M. Anderson, Jr.
Cary Police Department

August 11, 2004

04/30/04

Each day I try to read the ODMP. Today I read your story. No officer who gives his/her life for us need ever be forgotton. You died a hero; rest in peace.

Captain Robert W Cannon, Ret.
Vermilion Co, Il. Sheriff's Dept.

April 30, 2004

Officer Adams....thank you for your service & God bless.

Special Agent Dennis Duncan
Norfolk Southern Railway Police

March 17, 2004

I'm honored to be the first to leave a reflection for Officer Adams. Thank you for your valiant effort to keep our community a safer place to live and drive. You'll never be forgotten.

Taryn Walters Ontiveros
Daughter of Officer Larry Walters EOW 11-13-74

February 8, 2004

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