Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer

Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana

End of Watch Thursday, January 25, 2007

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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer

May God be with you and your family.

DFC. Daniel O'Donnell
Orange County Sheriff's Office (FL)

January 29, 2007

DEPUTY, BROTHER AND FRIEND,

YOU WILL BE MISSED. CARRY ON, YOU NOW HAVE A MUCH BETTER BEAT.


CPSO

January 28, 2007

I did not get the opportunity to get to know you very well but what I do know of you Alan is your loved this community with all your heart. You paid the altimate price and now it is time for you to rest my brother. We shall carry on the fight and never give up till it is time for us to meet again. Your family is in my prayers. Deputy Alan Inzer is now patroling the streets of heaven with Bill, John and numerous brothers and sisters. God speed

Cpl. Joshua Couch
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 28, 2007

May God bless you, your family and fellow officers during this time. Our prayers are with you and yours.

J. Hoffmann
Sister-in-law of Captain Octavio "OX" Gonzales EOW 6-16-06

January 28, 2007

Alan was one of the best men I have ever met. We met while I was a Louisiana a State Trooper. We dated for almost two years. He was a mentor. To me, to my small son, and to everyone that met him. I can only believe that- because I knew Alan, he is in Heaven.
Alan was such a professional. We was so full of life.
I am having a really hard time dealing with his loss.
This world will not be the same without Alan in it.
He truly left this world a better place.
He is- No matter what, A hero.
Looking at his picture here on this website is almost too much to bare.
Condolences to his family. I know he was so loved by everyone.
Kim Allison-Hebert

Tpr. Kim SAllison
LA State Police/Friend

January 28, 2007

To Deputy Sheriff Inzer family, friends, and the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office; I would like to extend my condolences and deepest sympathy. My thoughts and prays are with you all. Thanks Deputy Sheriff Inzer for all your years of service. A job well done, I salute you. You are a true hero. May your soul rest in peace.
Respect.....Honor.....Remember.....

Patrol Officer
Prince George's County, Maryland

January 28, 2007

Rest in peace Brother Alan, you are a true Hero and will never be forgotten for your service and courage. May your family, friends and co-workers find peace.

Son of G. Truman Wortham EOW 7/15/73

Assistant Chief Carl Wortham Retired
Sand Springs Okla Police Department

January 28, 2007

To Officers of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office and family of Deputy Alan Inzer,

The day started as usual with our unit, we received information on a wanted fugitive in Kentucky that has been wanted for over 30 years. We began knocking on the door where family members were suppose to live, no one home. As we walked back to our vehicles the phone rang. Deputy U.S. Marshal Dawn Izgarjan answered and began taking notes. The rest of us waited in aticipation for the information. After she hung the phone up she began to brief us that we have a new task, this one was different then the rest. She told us that we had a cop killer in our district. At that point we began to the magical work that we trained on for so long, to gather as much information on the wanted person, his family, and friends. It lead us to an apartment not far from the office. We began to post ourselves in position to take the wanted fugitive down as soon as we saw him. Several hours went by and we knew no matter what we weren't giving up on this, because a brother in blue paid the ultimate sacrifice. Then with a suprise the wait was well worth it, when the wanted fugitive stepped out from the apartment and got into a vehicle. Without hesitation the vehicle was swormed and the wait was over. The fugitive was taken into custody without resistance.

The hunt was over, but we all had an unwelcomed feeling on our shoulders. Not the feeling that we usually get when we catch a murderer, but the feeling that we lost something that led us to catching a fugitive.

Deputy Alan Inzer and family, you will always be in our hearts and prayers, and it was our honor to bring the fugitive to justice.

Suspect in Custody 01-26-2007 1600 hrs.
Brought to Justice by the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force / Western Kentucky District.

U.S. Marshal Rick McCubbin
Chief Deputy Marshal Rich Knighten
Deputy Marshal Dawn Izgarjan
Deputy Marshal Kirk Ioos
Deputy Marshal Dan Tetley
Task Force Officer Brian Kuriger (Louisville Metro PD)
Task Force Officer Scott Hurley (Jefferson Co. SO)
Task Force Officer Kyle McGowan (KY Probation & Parole)
Task Force Officer Jeremy Mabe (KY State Police)

Det. Brian D. Kuriger
U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force / Western Kentucky District

January 28, 2007

GODSPEED

Lisa
GEORGIA CIVILIAN

January 28, 2007

I was honored to know this great man and work with him. I never knew this wonderful tribute site existed until we lost one of our BRAVEST here at CPSO. This goes to all of the families who have lost someone they love giving the most ultimate sacrifice protecting our communities and standing up for what was right. Alan I will miss you, do Ms. Barbara you had a wonderful brave son. WE all had a brave son in Alan. All of you men and women will never be forgotten.

Someone who knew and worked with Alan
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office

January 28, 2007

To all LOE's at Calcasieu Parish and Alan's family,

On behalf of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, I want to express our sincere condolences. May God bless you all!

Cpl. Gilles Blinn
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

January 28, 2007

REST IN PEACE DEPUTY

Lieuteneant
Genesee County, Michigan

January 28, 2007

To the friends, family and co-workers of Deputy Inzer I want to express my deep sorrow for your loss. All of you are in my prayers. I know first hand how it feels to lose a brother in law enforcement but remain close to one another as you will forever need the tight relationship between all brothers and sisters in blue. I would also like to thank Deputy Inzer for his loyal service and dedication to serving the community. You will forever now patrol the streets of gold and you are now a guardian angel to us all. Rest in peace my brother.

Sgt. Mike Szempruch
Bossier City Police Dept.

January 28, 2007

May God bless you and your family through these hard times. The great state of Louisiana has lost another soldier of the street. Stay watch over us,

Officer Marc Sweeney #136
Denton Texas Police Department

Officer Marc A. Sweeney #136
Denton Texas Police Department

January 28, 2007

deputy Inzer i thank you for your great service walking your beat and i just hope that some day when my time in the Navy is up i can walk a beat as you and my father did on those cold and dangerous streets now rest your head in heaven the rest of the deputies can take it from here now its time for you to join my father and watch the deputies walk their beat from heaven forever. rest in peace for you were a good man watch my brother as he begins his beat soon and say hello to my father he will meet you up there.
god bless your family and friends for the years to come will be dificult so help them to carry on.

SN Matthew McIntosh
USN, and Son of Deputy Billy Wayne McIntosh

SN McIntosh, Matthew
USN, and son of Deputy Bill McIntosh

January 28, 2007

Well done brother. We all thank you for your sacrifice. Now you can rest. You are truly a hero. Heaven has gained a great man.

Police Officer
FFPD

January 28, 2007

Honor never grows old, and honor rejoices the heart of age. It does so because honor is, finally, about defending those noble and worthy things that deserve defending, even if it comes at a high cost. In our time, that may mean social disapproval, public scorn, hardship, persecution, or as always, even death itself. The question remains: What is worth defending? What is worth dying for? What is worth living for?

I worked with Deputy Alan Inzer at the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Department. He was a wonderful person. He died while defending the sheep from the wolves. Deputy Alan Inzer was truly a “Sheepdog”.

Our Prayers go out to your family and friends. Rest In Peace My Brother.

Officer Paul Diakos
Atlantic Beach Police, Florida

Officer
Atlantic Beach Police, Florida

January 28, 2007

Alan,

Not knowing you personally but getting to know some of your fellow deputies when our office assisted with hurricane RITA, I feel as if our two offices are as one. I will never forget the special bond between the brothers and sisters in law enforcement that we shared during RITA. It is always unfortunate these bonds really come to light in the wake of tragedy.

God bless you for your unselfish act of protecting those you serve and God bless your family.

Keep the FAITH that the glory of God will one day come to us all,

Deputy Mike Danner
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
Phoenix, Arizona

Deputy Mike Danner
MaricopaCounty Sheriff's Office

January 28, 2007

DEAR ALAN ;

OUR PARISH WILL FOREVER CHERISH THE TIME ON THIS EARTH WE HAD WITH YOU. WE HAVE LOST A BROTHER BUT WE HAVE GAINED SEVERAL MEMORIES. I KNOW THAT YOU ARE UP THERE FISHING AND WATCHING OVER US. YOU DONE THE RIGHT THING MY FRIEND AND WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR IT FOREVER. WE WILL MAKE EVERY ATTEMPT TO CARRY ON DOWN HERE BECAUSE WE KNOW YOU WANT IT THAT WAY. OUR HEARTS ARE VERY HEAVY RIGHT NOW BUT THINGS WILL GET BETTER . WE WILL FOR EVER MISS YOU MY BROTHER AND YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. WE LOVE YOU .

DET. SGT. DOUG JEAN
CALCASIEU PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE

January 28, 2007

"Blessed are the Peacemakers for they shall be called children of God," and you are still a member of the greatest fraternity the world has ever known.

Sgt. Walters #2543
PGPD

January 28, 2007

Another hero to watch over the ones left below. Thanks for your sacrifice.

NCLEO

January 28, 2007

Deputy Inzer, may you rest in peace brother. Thank you for fighting the good fight!

Off. D. Hanes
Oklahoma City PD

January 28, 2007

My thoughts and prayers are with the family and the Police derpartment.

Fallen but never forgotten.

Officer B. Laurie
Haltom City Police, Tx

January 28, 2007

Deputy Inzer,
Well Done Good and Faithful Servant.
Rest In Peace Brother.

MSgt Tammi J. Stretch
USAF Security Forces/Evergreen PD

January 28, 2007

Final Inspection

The Policeman stood and faced his God,
which ust always come to pass.
He hoped his shoes were shining,
as brightly as his brass.

"Step forward now Policeman."
How shall I deal with you?
Have you always turn the other cheek?
To my church have you been true?

The Policeman squared his shoulders and said,
"No Lord I guess I ain't,
Because those of us who carry a badge
can't always be a saint."

I've had to work most Sundays,
and at times my talk was rough.
And sometimes I've been violent,
because the streets are awfuly tough.

But I never took a penny,
that wasn't mine to keep.
Though I worked alot of overtime
when the bills got just to steep.

And I never passed a cry for help,
though at times I shook with fear.
And sometimes, God forgive me
I've wept unmanly tears.

I know I don't deserve a place
among the people here.
They never wanted me around
except to calm their fears.

If you've a place for me here, Lord,
it needn't be so grand.
I never expected or had to much,
but if you don't I'll understand.

There was a silence all around the throne
where the Saints had often trod.
As the Policeman waited quietly,
for the judgement of his God.

"Step forward now, Policeman,
you've borne your burdens well.
Come walk a beat on Heaven's streets,
you've done your time in Hell."

The family,friends,and co workers of Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer will be remain in my thoughts and prayers...May God bless you all

A Friend Of All Peace Officers


Friend Of All Peace Officers

January 27, 2007

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