County Recognizes National Law Enforcemenet Day

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From left, Commissioner Ben Kafferlin, Sheriff Brian Zeybel and Commissioner Jeff Eggleston.

WARREN, Pa. – The Warren County Commissioners celebrated National Law Enforcement appreciation day during Wednesday’s meeting.

That day will actually be on Jan. 9, but the commissioners will not meet before then (their next meeting is on Jan. 11).

Commissioner Ben Kafferlin suggested thanking law enforcement for their service can go a long way.

“It doesn’t need to be elaborate, you don’t need to bake them cookies or anything like that, but a simple thank you goes a long way,” Kafferlin said.

Warren County Sheriff Brian Zeybel was at the meeting and expressed his thanks and gratitude as well.

“Most people, myself included, aren’t in this business for anything grandiose, we do it because that’s kind of what we’re born to do,” Sheriff Zeybel said. “We don’t expect it, but just that simple wave to a policed car is appreciated. The Sheriff’s office, when you see us in uniform, or you see us out eating supper, just a simple wave of thanks is more than enough.”