On Tuesday, the Fargo Police Department remembered an officer who was shot and killed on duty.
Officer Jason Moszer died in a standoff that started as a domestic violence call in 2016. He was only 33. The Fargo community gathered to watch the FPD lower a flag in his memory.
Deputy Police Chief Joe Anderson said pictures of Officer Moszer are everywhere, but he’ll never be just a face on the wall.
“His sacrifice meant something. We learned from that sacrifice and I think that’s the best way we can honor Jason going forward,” said Anderson.
There’s a conference room named after Officer Moszer, so even new recruits and future officers will know who he was.