Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Correctional Officer Tracy E. Cooper

Illinois Department of Corrections, Illinois

End of Watch Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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Reflections for Correctional Officer Tracy E. Cooper

Sorry for your loss. The family will be in my thoughts & prayers. Thank-You Officer Cooper for your hard work & dedication. RIP!!

COIV D. Villavicencio
Texa Department of Criminal Justice

November 7, 2010

RIP Officer Cooper - As always, vigilance is paramount in all aspects of inmate transport - the Courts must understand the bases for security measures so the discretion to maintain restraints need remain in the hands of the custodial agency, not defense counsel or the courts. Officer Cooper your 15yrs were not served in vain, you will always walk the high ground. God Speed.

Jacalyn Garcia, CLA/CLS
Maricopa County Special Litigation Unit

November 7, 2010

Rest well, my brother...you've earned that special place in Heaven.

PJN
Cook County IL Sheriff's

November 7, 2010

I am so sorry for your loss, Officer Cooper is a hero and work one of the hardest jobs in Law Enforcement.

Sgt. Mark Richter
Sheboygan Co. Sheriff Dept.

November 7, 2010

Our thoughts and prayeres goes out to the family and friends of Officer Cooper. Thank you for serving our great nation Brother...Officer Cooper Ofcr Matthew Thebeau and Lt. Stewart Alexander of the CCPD will welcome you with open arms,two officers that served our commuity with honors. Say hello to them Brother.!!!

Bernie Norwood
Corpus Christi Citizens Police Alumni

November 7, 2010

RIP bro

Anthony o
TDCJ

November 7, 2010

Rest In Peace Brother

Mike
Officer - Calif.

November 7, 2010

Rest easy Brother. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Anonymous

November 7, 2010

Rest In Peace Brother

Mike
Oficer

November 7, 2010

We will keep your family in our hearts and prayers Officer Cooper. God bless and keep you Sir.

Officer S.N. Straten
Fort Worth P.D.

November 7, 2010

Thank you for your sacrafice Tracy, you rose to the occasion when you were needed most, you will never be forgotten, god speed brother.

Patrolman Tom Cocco
Hi Nella Police Dept NJ

November 6, 2010

REST IN PEACE BROTHER. YOU ARE A TRUE HERO.

Deputy J.D.Davis
Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office

November 6, 2010

Thank you officer Cooper for your dedication to the safety of the public. Your family can be proud of your chosen profession. I shall not weep for this mans death, rather I will Thank God that a man like this ever lived. RIP Brother.

Lt Amborn
Mn DOC

November 6, 2010

Rest in peace brother.

Detective
Melrose Park

November 6, 2010

You will be missed and remembered Coop.

D/S Jennifer Morrison
Cook County Sheriff's Department

November 6, 2010

Rest in peace, Officer Cooper. Thank you for your service to your community. Prayers for your family, friends, and fellow law enforcement brothers & sisters. Godspeed, sir.

Kathy B
Citizen

November 6, 2010

This did NOT have to happen. These judges who know better than the LE personnel escorting these inmates need to be booted from the bench! In our locale, the only time prisoners in custody of corrections are not in full restraints at court is for a trial. A hearing in front of a judge does NOT warrant removal of restraints in our area, and judges who in the past have wanted that done were told that would happen only if he put it in writing that it was an order, under protest by our agency. Even then, we would be armed to the teeth during these procedings.

We will pray for Officer Cooper's family, as well as his coworkers. Please be careful out there, as well as on the inside.

Sgt. Rich Cole
Oswego County Sheriff's Office Jail Div.

November 6, 2010

Thank you for your years of service and for doing whatever it took to keep the public safe. We will all be a little safer with you watching down on us as we walk our beat inside the wire. R.I.P.

Anonymous

November 6, 2010

My prayers go out to Officer Tracy Cooper's family, friends, and co-workers. God Bless.

DebbieCromer
citizen

November 6, 2010

My deepest condolences to all the friends and family of Corr. Ofc. Cooper. Our deepest thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Detention Officer Carmen Hernandez
Plano Police Dept.

November 6, 2010

I am very saddened by Officer Cooper's passing from such a minor injury. God must have really wanted him at his side in Heaven. This incident is a confirmation of how dangerous the work environment is for Correctional Officers. My deepest sympathies go out to Officer Cooper's family, friends, and fellow officers. Rest in peace, Sir.
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Richard S. Bivins, JD
Former L.A. County Major Crimes

November 6, 2010

My prayers go out to your family at this very difficult time,may the Lord bless your family with strength,peace,and alot of friends.

none
mother of fl. officer

November 6, 2010

May God comfort your family and friends. You have to be a very special person to be a corrections officer. What a waste of that special person. We need more people who can do this difficult job. Rest in peace Brother! You are with the angels! May the Holy Spirit surround your family with his protecting love...

Marie Henson
my son was a corrections officer in GA

November 6, 2010

God bless him and his family.

Cpl. William Mercer
Edisto Beach Police SC.

November 6, 2010

What a horrible tragedy for this family. Both his immediate family and his police family. I am praying for you all and thank you for your sacrifice.

BK Densford
Citizen of USA

November 6, 2010

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