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Rick Snyder
President | FOP Lodge 86 serving over 3,000 active and retired members from 10 different law enforcement agencies in central Indiana.
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PAID IN FULL: “It is finished!” Then He bowed His head and gave up His spirit. -John 19:30b
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Rick Snyder Apr 16
ANOTHER EXAMPLE of what’s possible when we about food insecurity in our community | Food relief from our Indy FOP delivered into neighborhoods on the Far East side. Many thanks to our friends
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Rick Snyder Apr 15
ANOTHER EXAMPLE of what’s possible when we about food insecurity in our community | Food relief from our Indy FOP delivered into neighborhoods on the Far East side. Many thanks to our friends
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Rev Dr Charles Harrison Apr 15
To all who participated in the march for peace on Friday thank you. Indy we did not have a perfect wknd across the city, but we had better wknd from the previous wknd with no homicides to my knowledge. Thank you Indy for being peacemakers! Special to my friend & FOP!
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Rick Snyder Apr 15
THANK YOU INDY for showing what is possible when we about the challenges we face. Rather than pointing fingers at each other, we answered the question of how do we stand together
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Rick Snyder Apr 14
Rest, Reflect and Replenish... A time to consider what it’s all about...
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
PEACE and BLESSINGS to all as we prepare to enter Holy Week
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
RT : Community leaders held a peace walk Friday in Indy.
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
DAWN TILL DUSK: Busy day for our Indy FOP Friday... Loaded and delivered 200 meals for our East side neighbors, helped Pack the Pantries w/ Phone Bank and Check Presentation, then rallied our community for Peace Walk. What a privilege!
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
VALUE ADDED MEMBERSHIP: Our Indy FOP is pleased to host a Retirement/Financial Planning Session on a Saturday for our FOP members | Transition Planning is the fourth phase of Career Development | Confident Employees are Competent Employees
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
PEACE WALK: Our Indy Law Enforcement family carried photos of our fallen who lost their lives due to violence in our city | “We are all in this together.” -Indy FOP
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
THANK YOU INDY for showing what is possible when we about the challenges we face. Rather than pointing fingers at each other, we answered the question of how do we stand together
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
THANKS to for joining our Indy Peace Walk | Together We Can Do This!
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
RT : Thanks so much , , , and for coming out and supporting unity and peace in our communities!
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
SHOUT OUT to our Indy Coucil President Vop Osili who was out of state and caught an earlier flight back home to join our Indy Peace Walk | Together We Can Do This!
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
GRATEFUL to who has always stood shoulder to shoulder with me as we have confronted violence in our neighborhoods | For many years now, we have worked to build bridges between our police and community. He’s a good man and my friend.
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
RT : Following last weekend with 6 homicides, many gathered for a peace walk at 34th and Keystone. Thank you to for helping to organizing this peaceful and prayerful event.
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
THANK YOU INDY for showing what is possible when we about the challenges we face. Rather than pointing fingers at each other, we answered the question of how do we stand together
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Rick Snyder Apr 13
RT : I love that my city is focused on getting back to community policing. Kudos to for the effort....and always who pushes these types of policies hard. VIA
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Rev Dr Charles Harrison Apr 12
These are pictures from the Indy Peace Walk tonight as the community stood together in solidarity against the senseless violence in Indy. Indy the senseless violence is not going to decline overnight, but if we stand together it will come down. Peace in the streets!
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