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SEASIDE POLICE SGT. JASON GOODDING APPROVED FOR ADDITION TO STATE MEMORIAL


News Release from Oregon Dept. of Public Safety Standards and Training
Posted on FlashAlert: July 28th, 2016 12:59 PM

 

At its quarterly meeting this morning, the Board on Public Safety Standards and Training unanimously approved the recommendation of its Police Policy Committee to add the name of Sgt. Jason Goodding of the Seaside Police Department to the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial during the 2017 ceremony. 

Sgt. Goodding's name will be formally added during next year's ceremony scheduled for Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at the Oregon Public Safety Academy. 

Seaside Police Sergeant Jason Goodding (DPSST# 43017)who was shot and killed while serving a felony warrant on Friday evening, February 5, 2016 at around 9:20 pm is the 183rd Oregon law enforcement officer to have died in the line of duty since the first was recorded in the 1880s. 

183 law enforcement officers across Oregon including city, county, state, tribal and federal officers who work in law enforcement, corrections and parole and probation agencies have died in the line of duty. 

For more information on the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial please visithttp://www.oregon.gov/DPSST/AT/pages/olememorial.aspx 

For more information on the Concerns of Police Survivors please visit 
http://www.nationalcops.org/ 

The Memorial is under the oversight of the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Trust Fund Committee, a 501C3 non-profit. This Committee administers funds raised from the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License Plate and proudly sponsors both the Fallen Firefighter and Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremonies held at the Academy each year. 

The Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License plate was developed during the 2009 legislative session to honor Oregon fallen firefighters and law enforcement officers that are killed in the line of duty. Money earned from the Fallen Public Safety Officer License plate is placed in a fund managed by the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Trust Fund which is a special committee comprised of law enforcement, fire department, and citizen members. Proceeds from the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License plate support the law enforcement and fire memorials located at the Oregon Public Safety Academy, financial support for families and honor guard members traveling to Emmitsburg, MD for the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial or Washington, D.C. for the National Law Enforcement Memorial in the year the fallen officer is honored, Oregon Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors, Oregon Fallen Badge Foundation, Oregon Fire Service Honor Guard, NW Peer Support Team, and the pla cement of Oregon Fallen Officer Memorial Highway signs. 

For license plate updates https://www.facebook.com/fallenpublicsafetyofficerlicenseplate?ref=hl 

For more information on the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer license plate http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/pages/vehicle/platenonprof.aspx#fallen