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

The great Italian composer Ennio Morricone wrote a work entitled “Gabriel’s Oboe”.
Yo-Yo Ma plays this music perfectly… When I hear this music, I think of true heroes such as Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer. Deputy Inzer gave his life serving his State, and Nation. Actions such as Deputy Inzer’s are rare, and as such should be given the up most respect and honor. We honor you Sir, rest in peace with God.

Detective Rich Stone
Salt Lake Area Metro Gang Unit

January 27, 2007

I saw you for the first time, your last day here. It was pouring down rain, you stopped to help a lady on the side of I-210. She had no gas so you called for MAPS truck. I showed up we shook hands and helped the lady out. It was nice meeting you for the first time. Watch over us all.

Deputy Aaron Widcamp
Calcasieu Parish S.O

January 27, 2007

rest easy brother, as you have given the ultimate sacrifice, with a lot of love and prayers, see you soon HERO, bless your family, GOD SPEED !!!!

Ofc Matt Lynn
Port Wentworth Police Department (GA )

January 27, 2007

Brother Officer,
That low life parasite that took you from us all too soon was captured here in Louisville, Ky. I do know all your brothers and sisters here in Metro Louisville were working diligently to capture him; the Federal Marshalls were successful. Soon he will be returned to your baliwick to stand charges for your murder. I can only hope the good citizens of Calcasieu Parish see fit to give him what he richly deserves...a short date with destiny. Thank you brother for your service to us all. Rest in Peace, we will take the watch from here.

Peace Keeper
SMSgt, USAF (Ret)

January 27, 2007

Each time I hear of an officer being killed in the line of duty, my heart aches...it aches for the officer's family, their department, and all of the brothers and sisters in LE. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Rest in peace my brother.

Allyson Coles, Forensic Technician
Portsmouth, VA Police Department

January 27, 2007

Alan,
I know that I didnt know you long but I enjoyed the time we had. When I meet you in the academy you were always willing to help those of us who were knew to this job. You were always there to provide a good joke to break the tension, or a reassuring word when someone needed help with something.
You should your dedication that sad night. And Know that we left no stone unturned to find these men who stole you from us. And one day soon they will face justice.
You will be missed Alan. By all of us.

Cpl Scott M Patch
Calcasieu Parish SO

January 27, 2007

Thank you for your service, you will be missed.

An American Citizen

January 27, 2007

Alan
We have been asked several times in our career "where were you when"

Rita hit our Parish
Deputy Bill Mcintosh was shot
The store clerk was shot (this several times)
The house was broken into
The fight started between husband and wife
The lost child was found

The list can go on for ever and no matter what the answer was in our hearts it was always "I wish I was there".

Now I will be asked where I was when Alan was shot

We both know the answer in my heart will be "I wish I was there with you" You gave your life doing your job and mine. I will always be grateful that I knew you; sad that I didnt know you better.

THANK YOU
AND SAY HELLO TO BILL; I KNOW YOU BOTH WILL BE
10-8 IN CALCASIEU PARISH IF ONLY IN OUR HEARTS

I wish i was there, I know you will always be where needed.

Cpl. Thomas F. Mefford
Fellow Deputy Calcasieu Parish

January 27, 2007

Rest in Peace...

Police Officer
Syracuse Police Dept,NY

January 27, 2007

To the family of Deputy Inzer. I will be praying for you and the other deputies to rely on God's strength to get you through this heartbreaking time in your lives. Phillipians 4:13 I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST, WHO STRENGTHENS ME

God Bless you,

Chris McClelland

Tfc Chris McClelland
LSP-Troop L

January 27, 2007

My sincerest sympathy to the family and friends of Deputy Sheriff Alan Inzer as well as to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office. Rest in peace Deputy Inzer, you are gone but will not be forgotten...

Dispatcher Sue Rusch
Punta Gorda PD, Punta Gorda FL

January 27, 2007

Deputy Inzer,

We all thank you for your service, sir. Rest in Peace with God, and know you will never be forgotten.

Sr. Trooper Trey Pellizzari
Texas Dept of Public Safety/Commercial Vehicle Enforcement--Rockwall

January 27, 2007

To Deputy Alan Inzer

Thank you for your dedicated service. You will be missed by your family, friends, and all members of the police department family. No words I can say will easy your family's pain as I have found. We are praying for you and your family. You are a true hero.

Brother of PO Jeremy Chambers 101
E.O.W. 04-24-2006

PO Chris Chambers
St Louis County Police Mo

January 27, 2007

Deputy Inzer....Alan, we worked closely together during the Hurricane Rita disaster. We quickly became friends, brothers. You cant imiagine the impact that you and your wife had upon my life. You have made the lives of everyone who knew you a lot better. You are truly missed and your ultimate sacrifice will NEVER be forgotten.

Deputy William Stokes
Summit County Sheriffs Office, Ohio.

January 27, 2007

To all who knew DO Inzer..we all here at the internet radio send you our deepest sympathies and our prayers at this time of your loss. Why has become of the people these days, that so many do not have any values for life? It really makes me angry to know there are wonderful people like Officer Inzer who put their lives on the line 24/7 365 days a year.
"When God Made Peace Officers"
Unknown Author
When the Lord was creating peace officers, he was into his sixth day of overtime when an angel appeared and said, "You're doing a lot of fiddling around on this one"

And the Lord said, "Have you read the spec on this order?" A peace officer has to be able to run five miles through alleys in the dark, scale walls, enter homes the health inspector wouldn't touch, and not wrinkle his uniform."

He has to be able to sit in an undercover car all day on a stakeout, cover a homicide scene that night, canvass the neighborhood for witnesses and testify in court the next day."

He has to be in top physical condition at all times, running on black coffee and half-eaten meals. And he has to have six pairs of hands."

The angel shook her head slowly and said, "Six pairs of hands...no way."

"It's not the hands that are causing me problems." said the Lord, "It's the three pairs of eyes an officer has to have."

"That's on the standard model?" asked the angel.

The Lord nodded. "One pair that sees through the bulge in a pocket before he asks, 'May I see what's in there sir?' (When he already knows and wishes he'd taken that accounting job.) Another pair here in the side of the head for his partner's safety. And another pair of eyes here in the front that can look reassuringly at a bleeding victim and say. 'You'll be all right ma'am.' When he knows it isn't so."

"Lord," said the angel, touching his sleeve, "rest and work on this tomorrow."

"I can't" said the Lord, "I already have a model that can talk a 250 pound drunk into a patrol car without incident, and feed a family of five on a civil service pay check."

The angel circled the model of the peace officer very slowly. "Can it think?" she asked.

"You bet." said the Lord. "It can tell you the elements of a hundred crime scenes; recite Miranda warnings in his sleep; detain, investigate, search, and arrest a gang member on the street in less time than it takes five learned judges to debate the legality of the stop...and still keeps its sense of humor."

"This officer also has phenomenal personal control. He can deal with crime scenes painted in hell; coax a confession from a child abuser; comfort a murder victim's family; and then read in the daily paper how law enforcement isn't sensitive to the rights of criminal suspects."

Finally, the angel bent over and ran her fingers across the cheek of the peace officer. "There's a leak." She pronounced. "I told you that you are trying to put to much in this model."
"That's not a leak," said the Lord, "it's a tear."
"What's the tear for?" asked the angel.
"It's for bottled-up emotions; for fallen comrades; for commitment to that funny piece of metal called his badge; for justice."
"You're a genius." said the angel.
The Lord looked somber. "I didn't put it there." he said.
You are a HERO and never will be forgotten.
Canon City, Colorado

Marilyn Robinson aka MamaWolf
Canon City Internet Radio

January 27, 2007

Rest in Peace.

Officer Dwight Rackley
Louisville Metro Police, KY

January 27, 2007

Rest in peace brother, God bless and comfort your family, friends, and fellow officers. Watch over those of us still on the job.

#76
FDPD

January 27, 2007

Everyday an officer puts themselves in danger to protect the rest of us. Officer Inzer was one of the best, he is truly missed, but never forgotten!In my eyes you are God's special soldiers. May God Bless those of you that have fallen and those of you who are still going out everyday to make things better for the rest of us!
With the greatest Respect & All our Prayers
The Mott& Goulas Family


Sister & Daughter of CPSO Officers

January 27, 2007

Rest in peace my friend.you did all.

While you sleep, we're there.

When you're sitting down to Thanksgiving dinner, or celebrating Christmas, we're there.

When its raining and cold, and you're glad to be in your home with your family, we're out there.

When it's your children's birthday, we're out there.

When it's our children's birthday, we're still out there.

You put on a suit and dress to go to work, we strap on a ballistic vest and a gun.

There's little room for error in your job, in ours there is none.

An error by you means a demotion, an error by us means a funeral.

When you tell your families "see you tonight" as you leave for work, you mean it. When we tell our family that, we pray we will.

At your job you strive to succeed, at our job we strive to survive.

In your job, one bad person is the talk of the office, in our job, one bad officer makes the news and suddenly were all bad.

In these headlines it's not what good we've done, but how much better it could have been done.

When you're scared you call us, when we're scared, we must carry on.

While you're eating a home cooked meal, we're having another hamburger.

While you're asleep with your spouse, ours sleep alone.

So the next time you're out with your family or friends, and you see a patrol car go by, remember the incredible sacrifice made by these officers every day.

Inside that car is a person that sacrifices his/her life, both professionally and personally Every day.

CE Lima Ptl
CCRPV # 2906

January 27, 2007

Alan,

You are honored for your service. I hope the suspects will burn in hell for their role in your death. Rest assured they will have to answer to a higher authority. We got it from here.

Deputy D. Bradford
Wake County Sheriff's Office

January 27, 2007

Rest in peace brother. You did the right thing and gave your life for it. You are a hero and all the citizens of Louisiana are safer because of you. Your killers will surely pay for their terrable act. May God be with your family in their time of need.

Trooper
Pennsylvania State Police

January 27, 2007

You did your duty brother and that is what we do. Rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Deputy Sheriff Ken Casida
Oakland County Sheriff's Office Pontiac, MI

January 27, 2007

Rest in Peace, Brother.

OFC B. GRAJEK

January 27, 2007

Deputy Inzer, you are a true hero. You went above and beyond the call of duty and paid the ultimate price. Your actions took 4 losers off of the streets and made the world a little bit safer. Thank you. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sgt. Bob Bahde
Sarpy County Sheriffs Office, Nebraska

January 27, 2007

GOD BLESS YOU BROTHER!!!

P.O. Homer
CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTEMENT 011 DIST

January 27, 2007

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