Dozens of Cops Surprise the Daughter of a Fallen Officer Before Her Prom

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In 2013, Indianapolis police officer Rod Bradway was killed in the line of duty, when his daughter Sierra was 13. Sierra is now 17 and recently attended her prom.

Sierra honored her father by wearing a blue dress – and taking her date, Brock Spayd, with her to visit the gravesite beforehand, expecting a calm, special moment.

But when she arrived at the grave, she was greeted by many officers from a handful of local departments, all there to celebrate the legacy of Sierra’s father and show their support.

The touching scene was organized by Brock's mom, who happens to be captain in the sheriff’s department.

 Thanks to the kindness of this thoughtful woman, Sierra was able to enjoy a lot of laughs, a few tears and an unforgettable prom memory.

The men and women of #IMPD, MCSO, Butler and Clermont police departments came out to support Sierra Bradway as she attends Prom. It was amazing show of support for our beloved fallen brother #officerrodbradway

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Sierra Bradway and her Blue Line Family Prom Photo Op

Another short video that details the IMPD Blue Line Family and others coming out in support of our Fallen Brother, Officer Rod Bradway, and his daughter, Sierra, before she headed off to the Decatur Central High School Prom Thank you to Marion County Sheriff's Office (IN), Butler University Police Department, Clermont Police Department - Indiana, Crown Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery #NeverForget #WeAreAllFamily #IMPD

Posted by IMPD News on Saturday, May 6, 2017

POLICE DOG JUMPS IN FRONT OF GUNMAN TO SAVE OFFICER’S LIFE

A K9 police dog named Kasper, who has done tours of duty protecting the President of the United States, is being called a hero after he jumped in front of a gunman and saved the life of his handler.

Kasper and his handler were on the trail of a wanted man when the criminal opened fire in a parking lot, striking the dog in the left hip. Luckily, the bullet missed his vital organs, and a veterinarian was able to remove it.

 Kasper is currently on antibiotics and is expected to make a full recovery. And, his handler will never forget the brave sacrifice Kasper made in the line of duty.

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