Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Jason Michael Scott

Loudon County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee

End of Watch Friday, March 12, 2004

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Jason Michael Scott

To the family and friends of Deputy Scott, My prayers are with you, may God be with you and confort you through this difficult time. Deputy Scott your job here is done, you are a Hero, go Patrol the streets of heaven, we will continue the quest for justice here on earth.

Sgt. W. M. Riley
Aragon Ga Police Dept

March 12, 2004

Dear Scott Family,

I am sorry to hear about your loss. Take some comfort in two verses from the Bible: "Blessed are they that mourn; for they shall be comforted" Matt. 5:4 "Blessed are the peacemakers; for they shall be called the children of God" Matt. 5:9.
God Bless

Ofc. Mike Snyder
Coral Springs PD, Florida

March 12, 2004

Although we never had a chance to meet, we shared a common goal.
To make the world a better place, but now it's taken a toll.
Now I say to you in words of prayer, I will remember what you've done.
Your death was the ultimate in sacrifice, how tragic that you're gone.
One day we"ll meet and talk about our common goal and then,
The heartache that I'm feeling now, will no longer need to mend.

The Men and Women of the Green Bay Polic
Green Bay P.D. Green Bay WI

March 12, 2004

Thank you for your services. You will always be remembered and never forgotten.

Minnesota Deputy


March 12, 2004

My prayers are with Deputy Scott and his family. What a terrible event involving a young officer just starting his career.
May all of the officers with Loudon County SO know that they are in our hearts and prayers as well.
Lt. Denny Upton (ret) SPD / Ark State FOP Past Pres.

Lt Denny Upton, Ret
Springdale AR PD

March 12, 2004

God bless the blue angels.
Those willing to go, everyday into the valley of the shadow.
and those who now find peaceful shelter on the other side.
You are forever in our hearts and prayers.


March 12, 2004

May God bless Officer Scott and his family. a mighty warrior has left us here to go and protect us in Heaven. Sorrow fills our hearts for the family. Our prayers will be with the family and fellow officers. We will NEVER FORGET the sacrafice Jason has made.

God Speed Brother, We love ya.

Lt. R. Mark Moore
Clinton Police Dept. TN.

March 12, 2004

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