Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer Jason Marc Crisp

United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations, U.S. Government

End of Watch Wednesday, March 12, 2014

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Reflections for Officer Jason Marc Crisp

Officer Crisp and K-9 Maros, may you rest in peace, and we thank you for your service and making the ultimate sacrifice.

K-9 Deputy Jason Williams
Henry County (IN) Sheriff's Department

March 16, 2014

God bless you sir for your work protecting our natural resources. Rest in peace.

Montana Deputy Sheriff
Former Park Ranger

March 16, 2014

Thank you so much for your service and for your commitment to help keep us safe. Know that your sacrifice is not taken lightly. Again, thank you for your dedication and my heart and prayers go out to your family. God Speed Jason and Maros.

Avery Rogers
Civillian

March 16, 2014

On behalf of the Westerville, Ohio Division of Police, our thoughts and prayers are with the immediate family of Officer Jason Crisp and the extended law enforcement family of the U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations. Rest in Peace brother and watch over us.

I fight not for glory or fame, for they are momentary. I fight for those who can't. I fight for Justice. I fight for the oppressed and the down trodden. And if I should lose my life for these just causes, then I have no regrets, For I serve to protect the innocent. It matters not where or when, for evil knows no boundaries. Be it fire, flood, or the threat of tyranny, I will not flee. Justice is my weapon. Faith is my shield. Hope is my armor. Cry not at my passing, for it was my Honor to fight for you. Shed not tears of sorrow, But tears of joy, for now, I stand with God.

By Jon F. Hooper

"Greater love hath no man than this; that a man lay down his life for his friends."

Chief Joe Morbitzer
Westerville, Ohio Division of Police

March 16, 2014

For Officer Jason Crisp:

No person assigned to law-enforcement, no matter the specific duty, is ever free of deadly assault. The simple fact that one has the duty to enforce the law is enough for vicious types to act. We regret that Jason would be the next law-officer to die at the hands of just such a person. We are thankful that the offending subject is no longer a threat to anyone any longer.
We pray for Jason's family, friends, co-workers and all who care about him. May they be ready to reach-out to one another in the days ahead.
We are proud to render to Officer Jason Crisp, a soldier-of-the-law, a final salute.

Cpl. Ralph D. Fiorenza (Ret)
Pennsylvania State Police

March 16, 2014

K9 Maros you will always be remembered in ours hearts you and your Master are now in that great place The Rainbow Bridge together forever more.Thank You for every thing you did you are a Hero.

VIP
Henderson County Sheriffs Office

March 15, 2014

RIP Officer Crisp and your partner. My prayers go out to your family and department members

Police Officer Tom Granchelli (RET)
Greenburgh (NY) Police Department

March 15, 2014

REST IN PEACE FELLOW OFFICER.

Stephen Bruet, PPO II
NC Department of Public Safety

March 15, 2014

I am so saddened to hear this story of another fallen officer & his partner maros. Officer Crisp wont be forgotten, and his wife & children will be kept in prayer.

daughter of fallen officer

March 15, 2014

Well, Jason, all the many times you and I visited this site on the night shift, I would never have imagined writing a reflection for you. I will not be able to call and talk with you when I need someone to talk to, laugh about the past. All I have now are good memories, and those memories I will keep close. When I left the Sheriff's Office I remember you saying, "Forever Friends".
Well Jason, until I see you again, as always,
your "Forever Friend",
Landon.

Landon C. Cloer

March 15, 2014

Sorry to hear this and may God bless him and his service dog. May his family and the officers be watched over in this time of sorrow and help them with their pain and loss.

K-9 officer Canadian Federal Fisheries o
Canadian Dept of Fisheries & Oceans Federal Enforcement Br. K-9 Unit

March 15, 2014

Officer Crisp,

There is a very small number of people on earth who, when hearing of danger that threatens the well-being of their neighbors, swiftly move toward the danger, without fear or reservation, to protect and help those in harm's way. You were one of those people.

Your family, friends, co-workers, and fellow citizens will be forever proud of your actions.

What you did helped put a decisive end to a deranged man's reign of terror.

Rest easy, your job here is done.

Special Agent
U.S. Forest Service

March 15, 2014

Thank you Sir, for a job well done!! May God bless
you and your family!!!


Jeff King
Old Fort, N.C.

Jeff King
Citizen

March 15, 2014

God bless you and your family! It is an honor to have
men and women protecting our country like you have.

Jeff King
Citizen

March 15, 2014

May your family have the comfort they need after losing you Jason. The world has suffered a great loss in your death.

Jean Asher
Friend

March 15, 2014

In Valor there is Hope. Ranger Up

Agent Davis
US Border Patrol

March 15, 2014

RIP Jason. You'll be truly missed. 1909

LEO
US Forest Service

March 15, 2014

Jason and Maros I salute you both. Rest easy.

Trooper
Michigan State Police

March 15, 2014

To the family of Officer Jason Crisp, friends, Director David Ferrell and Department of Agriculture - Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations, U.S. Government.

You are in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort and hold you close now and alway.

Officer Crisp thank you for your service. Maros we salute you for your service to Officer Crisp. John 15;13

Patrolman A.S. (Scott) Batson
Cherry Police Department Goldsboro, NC

March 15, 2014

Jason,

It has truley been my honor to serve with you. This week I have reflected upon good times we spent working together on marijuana gardens, sobriety checkpoints and watching your enjoyment and award winning smile as Wade and I went undercover during a sexual solicitation opperation. It has been an honor to know and work with you the past 8 years.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family and my brothers and sisters in the US Forest Service. May they know as I do, you lived and died the same way, a constant warrier for God and Country. May you and your example inspire others to do the same.

Joesph Darling, US Park Ranger
National Park Service, Blue Ridge Parkway

March 15, 2014

I MYSELF AM DEEPLY SADDENED TO HERE OF JASON CRISPS PASSING . IF IT WERE NOT FOR MEN AND WOMAN LIKE JASON CRISP , KNOW TELLING HOW MANY OTHERS MIGHT HAVE FALLEN IN HARMS WAY . GOD HAS A SPECIAL PLACE FOR THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMAN WHO PUT THERE LIVES IN DANGER TO PROTECT US . THANK YOU JASON CRISP. GOD BLESS HIS WIFE , CHILDREN AND FAMILY AND HIS FAITHFUL PUP MAROS .

PVT. W.B. BARTON
CAMDEN MILITARY ACADEMY

March 15, 2014

When a police officer is killed, it's not an agency that loses an officer, it's an entire nation (Chris Cosgriff, ODMP).

Amanda, Garett, Logan, J.P., Elaine, Shari, Bryon, and Eric - thank you for sharing Jason with us, if only for a little while. I didn't know him, but if he chose to join "the thin green line" in protecting our precious National Forests and all who love them, he must have been a special man. I hope you can feel all of our warm arms around you in your sorrow.

Special Agent (ret.)
US Forest Service

March 15, 2014

R.I.P sir. And your faithful canine officer.

Elana Ackley
Big Flats Volunteer Fire Department

March 15, 2014

Jason, you were always a great officer and even a greater friend. Working with you in the past years was a wonderful experience. We had a lot of good times on the shift together. I thank God that he allowed us to become very good friends. You will never be forgotten. Thank you so much for your friendship, It will always be cherished. You and Maros are on patrol for God now.

Sergeant
Black Mountain Police Department

March 15, 2014

A member of the natural resource/Forest Service family has made the ultimate sacrifice. We all mourn the loss and our thoughts are with the family. We will never forget him.

Fred Richter - Forest Protection Officer
U.S. Forest Service (Retired)

March 15, 2014

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