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Senator Orrin Hatch
2017-05-19 19:34:25
Dear Friend, In celebration of National Police Week, I wish to express my profound appreciation for Utah’s law enforcement community—the courageous men and women who, each day, put the safety of others before their own. Their success is impossible to fully measure. It can’t be counted in crime statistics, nor etched into medals. It can only be seen in the peace and order that their sacrifice makes possible.   Video Via Facebook Law enforcement is among the most noble of professions. Our men and women in blue are the brave guardians among us who fight for justice and protect the vulnerable from harm. On behalf of all Utahns, I wish to thank our brave police officers and their families for bearing the burden, shouldering the sacrifice, and making us all proud.  It’s important that we show cops our support in both word and deed. That’s why I have introduced and cosponsored a number of bills this Congress meant to assist law enforcement as they work to keep us safe. This week, I was grateful when my Senate colleagues joined me in supporting our cops by passing the Rapid DNA Act.  Once enacted into law, my commonsense proposal will enable law enforcement to analyze DNA in record time, reducing backlogs in rape kits and keeping violent criminals off our streets.  By facilitating the use of rapid DNA technology, this bill will also help to exonerate those wrongly accused of crime. There are investigations currently underway in Utah, and many surely to come, in which this technology will be supremely useful. There can be no greater tribute to those in uniform than our best efforts to give them every resource they need to get the job done. The Rapid DNA Act does just that. Know that I will always fight to protect those who fight so hard to protect us. May we ever honor the courage and sacrifice of our police officers—not only this week but every day.

Dear Friend,

In celebration of National Police Week, I wish to express my profound appreciation for Utah’s law enforcement community—the courageous men and women who, each day, put the safety of others before their own. Their success is impossible to fully measure. It can’t be counted in crime statistics, nor etched into medals. It can only be seen in the peace and order that their sacrifice makes possible.

 

Video Via Facebook

Law enforcement is among the most noble of professions. Our men and women in blue are the brave guardians among us who fight for justice and protect the vulnerable from harm. On behalf of all Utahns, I wish to thank our brave police officers and their families for bearing the burden, shouldering the sacrifice, and making us all proud. 

It’s important that we show cops our support in both word and deed. That’s why I have introduced and cosponsored a number of bills this Congress meant to assist law enforcement as they work to keep us safe. This week, I was grateful when my Senate colleagues joined me in supporting our cops by passing the Rapid DNA Act. 

Once enacted into law, my commonsense proposal will enable law enforcement to analyze DNA in record time, reducing backlogs in rape kits and keeping violent criminals off our streets.  By facilitating the use of rapid DNA technology, this bill will also help to exonerate those wrongly accused of crime. There are investigations currently underway in Utah, and many surely to come, in which this technology will be supremely useful.

There can be no greater tribute to those in uniform than our best efforts to give them every resource they need to get the job done. The Rapid DNA Act does just that.

Know that I will always fight to protect those who fight so hard to protect us. May we ever honor the courage and sacrifice of our police officers—not only this week but every day.

Sincerely,

 

Orrin

 

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