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By Grace Pohl
Staff Intern 

Going purple to inform the public

Airway Heights police officers honor Domestic Violence Awareness month

 

October 19, 2017

Airway Heights Police

Officers Erika Rose (left) and Erin Johnson (right) are showing their support for October's Domestic Violence Awareness month with dying their hair purple, the color that represents Domestic Violence Awareness.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and two female officers in Airway Heights are promoting it in a special way. Officers Erika Rose and Erin Johnson both dyed their hair purple, the color that represents Domestic Violence Awareness.

Rose has been in Airway Heights for around three years and grew up in the Spokane Valley. She had wanted to be a police officer her whole life and loves the job because she can help people.

Johnson joined Airway Heights in 2016 and has worked in law enforcement for about 18 years now. Born and raised in Montana, she went on ride alongs with the Missou...



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