The Alaska Police Officers Association marks National Police Week, May 11-17, with a number of local events aimed at raising awareness about the role of police in a community. It’s traditionally a time to pay special recognition to law enforcement officers, who died in the line of duty, but is also part of a weeklong effort to reach out to the community. Detective Kirt Stage-Harvey, president of the Capital City Chapter of the APOA, believes it’s more important than ever for police to make the effort to build bridges of trust and respect.
Guests: Det. Kirt Stage-Harvey, President of the Capital City Chapter of the Alaska Peace Officers Association