Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Brian Howard Jackson

Dallas Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Sunday, November 13, 2005

Leave a Reflection

Reflections for Police Officer Brian Howard Jackson

Hey B
I miss you so much especially this time of year. I’m feeling discouraged today and sad. I’m thinking about how hard I have fought for justice for you over the past 14 years and that I’ve failed you. I tried so hard but the “justice system”/defense has won. So Lizcano gets to live his life, in prison, while you are gone. It’s not fair. I tried so hard . I’m sorry.
Love you forever.


January 2, 2020

Just watched a rerun of the Dallas Swat show where Brian Jackson was memorialized. So sorry he didn’t get to enjoy his full family, career and retirement lives. Of course the perp was a disposable creep who shouldn’t have been in the country at all. All blessings to his family and those he left behind on the job.

Russ M. Chaplain

October 27, 2019

Still in my thoughts Brother, miss you often

John Gilbert

November 13, 2018

Miss you brother. Everytime I hear
Joanne on the radio I break down.

Senior Agent
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

November 8, 2018

RIP Brother! Just ran into your wife here at Police Week. She talked about you and misses you so much!

Ofc. Laz U.S. Coast Guard - Maritime Law

May 12, 2018

Hey B, I’m just sitting here thinking about you as I try and celebrate a milestone birthday. I never thought I’d be alone, I never thought you wouldn’t be here with me. I hope you are up there looking down and protecting our blue family. I miss you so much and I love you for forever.

Joann Jackson

March 4, 2018

Happy Birthday Sweetie! We had a great day today...3 new babies were born here today and all of them now have a Kermit. We spent the day remembering funny stories about you...things you did and said from the time you were little until you were a grown man(those stories I can't repeat!) Thanks for bringing so much happiness to our you forever


December 14, 2017

Heros are never forgotten. Rest well my brother.

Lieutenant Ray Flores
NYPD (retired)

November 13, 2017

Thinking of you Brother coming on 12 years later, you are missed and loved.

John Gilbert

John Gilbert

October 24, 2017

Happy Birthday Sweetie.....40 today!!! There were 2 babies born here today, one at the same time as you(plus a few minutes) I'm sure the angels are throwing a party....miss you everyday!


December 15, 2016

i retired off the job on 11-30-16. However my blood still runs blue. Rip Officer Brian Howard Jackson. Your are my brother in arms. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. My sypmpathy to all my fellow brothers and sisters at the Dallas Police Dept. Stay strong and never give up.

Patrol Officer 4 (retired) Daria E. Roy
Alexandria Va. Police Dept.

July 10, 2016

The first thing I thought of was the pain we all suffered almost 11 years ago, and today, 5 times over. I was thinking JoAnn how you feel for Brian and all this brothers and sisters on the force. I became more painful to me looking at the photos on CNN and feeling that the picture from the hospital of someone hugging the officer was my friend and colleague from Friday night duty runs suffering once again of the tragic loss of people dedicated to the protection of others.
God bless all wear the shield to protect and serve the public.

Charlestown Ambulance and Rescue Service

July 8, 2016

Horrific day for DPD Brian. I'm sure you were there to comfort those souls as they tried to make sense of what just happened. Watch over their families and protect me, please. They are going to need a lot of Angel time. Prayers to your family as they have to re-live the death of an officer. I said that yours was the one and only police funeral I would ever attend. The pouring of love and compassion from our men and women in uniform, and the families that support them, is never more evident than in an officer's funeral. God be with them. P.S. Thanks for "flying" with my Trav....I feel ya. Hugs to JoAnn.

Avin Morgan

July 8, 2016

Happy Birthday!! My goodness you'd be 39 moment you were a little boy and then very quickly you became a young man...moms always say their children grow up way too fast...thank heavens we have our memories of all those years in between. Today there was a new baby born at South County and one on his way in Newport...some new happy parents tonight! Love you forever

Valerie Jackson

December 14, 2015

It's been 10 years, 10 very long, sad years. I miss you so much and I wish you were here. I grieve still for you, your parents and our families and for the family we never got to have. I hear stories every year about how your life and story has saved an officers life, this give me some peace. Knowing someone is going home as a result of our loss makes me smile. I thought 10 would be easier. I spent the afternoon with Russ Martin and the guys remembering you and the out pouring of love from them and other officers/friends was amazing. I hope you know how many people love you, look up to you, miss you every day and can still hear your voice and your laugh. Keep watching over our family in blue and know I love you forever.

Widow of Officer Jackson

November 16, 2015

Happy Birthday sweetpea!!! Very early this morning we had the most beautiful stars out so I sang Happy Birthday to're somewhere up above...I hope you heard me...the neighbors didn't so the police weren't called:) Only one baby this year...born yesterday--I still left goodies because they all count!! Love you forever!

Valerie Jackson

December 14, 2014

I can't believe it's 9 years today that you left us. It seems like yesterday. So many of our friends are remembering and honoring you today, you are truly loved and missed by so many. Time dies not make it any easier or make me miss you any less. I wish you were still here with me and with our families and friends. We have both missed out on what our life together was supposed to be as well as our families. I love you still and always will. I miss you every day. ❤️

Mrs. JoAnn Jackson

November 13, 2014

Think about you everyday. We made it through the academy together and hit the streets together. We all miss you and will always love you. You were a great friend...can't wait to one day catch up to where you are now. Be nice to the angels, they don't get cop humor. Love you Brian.

B. Murphy

November 11, 2014

I still have a black ribbon with 7980 in my possession. I see it every day. I miss our Monday morning chats at the front desk of the school. I miss your chuckle and your happy countenance. With all the crazy stuff going on, this world misses having a good guy like you on the inside. You are not forgotten my friend.
My son Travis is headed to boot camp. Watch over him, will ya? :) thanks so much....

Avin Morgan
Formerly LHjh

October 8, 2014

I'm missing you tonight. I remember standing on our porch watching the fireworks the first year in our new home. So many changes going on right now and so many feelings that I'm not sure what to do with. I make these decisions alone when it should be the two of us. I can only hope that you approve and are watching over as I make them. I love you and will miss you for forever.

Mrs. JoAnn Jackson
Widow of DPD Officer Brian H. Jackson

July 4, 2014

Everybody still misses you got three deer last season, anyways, we only hung out a couple times but they were fun. Cavity and everyone still misses you and your in our thoughts everyday.

Cody Knight
Friends Son

January 14, 2014

Hi Honey,
I totally slacked art didn't post on your birthday or 8th anniversary. It was too much so, I didn't do it. I can't believe it's been 8 years, somedays it seems so long ago and others it's like yesterday. There's so much you've missed and we've missed together. I think of you everyday, it never goes away or gets better, it just changes.
Miss you every day.
Love you.

Widow of DPD Officer Brian Jackson

December 28, 2013

Happy Birthday sweetie--what a wonderful day this will always be!


December 14, 2013

Still with me every day brother, miss you

John Gilbert

November 13, 2013

It's hard to believe that the babies born on the day you died would be 8 now--2nd graders! Sometimes it seems like time just flies by and yet there are times when you feel you'll never get through just one day. Love you forever....


November 13, 2013

Want even more control of your Reflection? Create a free ODMP account now for these benefits:

  • Quick access to your heroes
  • Reflections published quicker
  • Save a Reflection signature
  • View, edit or delete any Reflection you've left in the past

Create an account for more options, or use this form to leave a Reflection now.