“I was very fortunate that I got to work with my cousin Amy in the same precinct … on the day she was killed witnesses came out to give her aid, unfortunately she was already gone,” said Officer Eric Brennan. Profiles in Courage – remembering Officer Amy Caprio.

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(Eric Brennan from his facebook page)

(Eric Brennan from his facebook page)

Profiles in Courage – remembering Officer Amy Caprio. Police Officer Eric Brennan is our guest on this episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast.

Eric talks about the murder of his cousin Police Officer Amy Caprio, the impact on his Department, the community and his own personal loss.

 

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Officer Amy Caprio of the Baltimore County Police Department was murdered May 21, 2018. (Baltimore County Public Safety)

From odmp.org Officer Amy Caprio was killed when she was intentionally run over by a vehicle on Monday, May 21, 2018. “She had responded to calls about a burglary in progress in the neighborhood and was given a description of a vehicle. As she arrived in the area she located the vehicle, which had previously been stolen, and followed it to the dead-end of the cul-de-sac where she challenged the driver to exit the vehicle. The juvenile driver opened the door and then accelerated towards Officer Caprio, fatally striking her.”

Officer Eric Brennan also talks about the murder of fellow Officer Jason Schneider another member of his Department. From Baltimore Sun.

(Officer Jason Schneider Graphics courtesy Rose Borisow GrafX)

(Officer Jason Schneider Graphics courtesy Rose Borisow GrafX)

From ODMP.org Police Officer Jason Schneider was killed on Wednesday, August 28, 2013. He was shot and killed while serving a high risk search warrant at a home in Catonsville, Maryland.

Plus, Eric Brennan talks about the Police Emerald Society of Baltimore, what it does in Baltimore and Nationally for both officers and the community.

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(Police Emerald Society of Baltimore Logo, from their website, www.pesbaltimore.org)

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Please take a moment to join us in thanking Officer Eric Brennan for his service. We also ask that you take a moment to remember Officers Amy Caprio and Jason Schneider .


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