Southern Indiana Police Officer’s Last Radio Traffic – Honoring 20 Years of Service
Signing off after a shift is one thing, but signing off for retirement is quite emotional for this Princeton, Indiana Police Sergeant.
A Career of Service and Professionalism
After 20 years of dedicated service, Sergeant Steve McNeece is making his final radio traffic before a well-earned retirement. His dispatcher thanks him for his dedication and service. Join us as we listen in on his last 10-42 from the Princeton, Indiana police department.
A Legacy of Community Service
Throughout his career, Sergeant McNeece has made countless sacrifices to keep our community safe. He has responded to emergencies, helped those in need, and worked tirelessly to build strong relationships between law enforcement and the community. Sgt. McNeece single-handedly brought back Cops for Kids Christmas, which assists children in need at Christmas.
Did you say MEOW?
Princeton Residents Thank Sergeant McNeece for His Service
Kim Price Smith This man was my absolute rock in an unbelievable nightmare. I can never adequately express my gratitude for his strength when my world crumbled and turned upside down. Congratulations on your well-deserved retirement and thank you for your service not only to me but to our community.
Pamela Kinser Collins Congratulations Officer McNeese! A well-deserved retirement and job well done! Thank you for your dedication to protecting the citizens of Princeton and keeping us in line.
Keri Summitt Congratulations! Thank you for your service and thank you for helping me when I had my vehicle accident!