Natrona County Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to participate in Project Blue Light

Published: May. 13, 2022 at 7:18 PM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - To help kick of Police Week, which begins May 15, the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office is supplying Casper citizens with blue light bulbs. These bulbs are given out in conjuncture with Project Blue Light which was started to honor those who lost their lives in the line of duty. The project was brought to the NCSO by the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police, along with Menard’s and the Brian Gross Memorial foundation.

“What it is, is an effort to provide free blue lightbulbs to our citizens so that they can display a show of support for the law enforcement in their community,” said Sheriff John Harlin.

This will be the first year that the Sheriff’s Office has been a part of project blue light and they are excited to see the support from the community for their deputies and other officers.

The Sheriff also noted, “Law enforcement really appreciates those little tokens of support and appreciation that we get throughout the day. The little hand shakes, the waves, the thank yous, the conversations that we have with our citizens really mean a lot to our deputies and our law enforcement here in Natrona County.”

Blue light bulbs are available on the second floor of Casper’s Hall of Justice. The bulbs are free and can be found right in front of the Natrona County Sheriffs Office.

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