Vice Mayor Marlon Bolton and several Tamarac Commissioners recently held an event to honor local law enforcement officers in light of National Police Week. Dubbed “Honor the Stripe,” the event was held to recognize the hard work and dedication of Tamarac’s Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) Officers.
The ceremony began with a keynote address from Vice Mayor Bolton, who expressed his appreciation for the brave men and women who risk their lives every day to ensure the safety of the community. The Vice Mayor highlighted the critical role that law enforcement plays in keeping Tamarac safe and secure, and expressed his gratitude for the selfless work that BSO Officers do day in and day out.
Following Vice Mayor Bolton’s address, Commissioners Wright and Daniel also shared their well wishes and recognition for the officers in attendance. The event was a touching tribute to Tamarac’s hardworking law enforcement community and a vital reminder of the incredible value that these individuals provide to the city of Tamarac.
As the nation continues to grapple with the challenges of policing and public safety, events like “Honor the Stripe” are increasingly important for recognizing the hard work and dedication of law enforcement officers. Tamarac’s Vice Mayor and Commissioners have set a shining example in their recognition of the contributions made by BSO Officers, and their efforts to support their local law enforcement community are truly commendable.
The second annual event was well attended by Tamarac BSO and City Staff.