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    Condolences and prayers for Officer Warren, his family, co-workers and friends.


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    I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers en route to all.




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    Prayers to you and the whole family.

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    Tim Warren | Facebook


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    Reading some of Tim's personal insight reveals a deeper character, one I never knew by seeing him only in passing every once in awhile when I worked Beale Street. I wished I had known him better. I wished I could have said he is a close friend of mine. I wished I could have talked to him about this and that. It makes me wonder how many other missed opportunities exsist. How many friendships could be born and lost in a single instant.
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    My Condolences.


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    I'm very sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.

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    Rest in peace , Ofc. Warren. Condolences to family , friends and colleagues. I'm sorry for your loss, Radar.
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    Officer Tim Warren Memorial Fund

    Donations can be dropped off in person at any Regions Bank Branch

    Or you can send donations by mail:

    Officer Tim Warren Memorial Fund
    C/O Memphis Police Association
    638 Jefferson Ave
    Memphis, TN 38105
    901-523-7075

    Or mail to:

    Officer Tim Warren Memorial Fund
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    If you would like a receipt please include a SASE
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    Rest easy, brother.

    Radar, the contribution information has been posted on a few of our facebook pages, as well as the site's to help spread the word.
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    Thanks Justin. I hope it helps his family. His son is 8, his daughter is 4. This will be particularly difficult for all of them.

    I just received this memo and wanted to pass it along. Anyone wishing to attend I encouraged to do so and welcome to attend. I'm posting this as fast as I got I so that officers from other agencies potentially have opportunity to request permission to represent their department. I'm not sure if the "sea of blue" will be on Thursday, or on Friday. As soon as I find out I will let you know. Anyone wishing to attend, my home is yours. You can stay with me if you wish.


    Officer Timothy Warren was shot and killed in the line of duty on Sunday, July 3, 2011, at approximately 7:00 p.m. after responding to a Shots Fired call at the Doubletree Hotel, located at 185 Union Avenue.
    Officer Warren became a member of the Memphis Police Department on July 28, 2003. He was assigned to the Entertainment District Unit where he will be missed and remembered by all. Officer Warren is survived by his wife and two children.
    Memphis Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Visitation and funeral services will be conducted at Hope Presbyterian Church located at 8500 Walnut Grove Road, Cordova, TN 38018. Officers attending the services will attend in Class A uniform.
    Visitation:​Thursday, July 7, 2011 *
    Family​​3:30PM – 4:30PM
    Public​5:30PM – 8:00PM
    Director and Officers​4:30PM – 5:30PM

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ​* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

    Funeral:​10AM, Friday, July 8, 2011
    ​Hope Presbyterian Church
    ​8500 Walnut Grove Road
    Cordova, TN 38018​
    Interment:​​Immediately following funeral services
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    The Memphis Police Department extends their sympathy and prayers as well as asks that you please keep Officer Warren’s family in your prayers during their time of bereavement
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    "10 seconds"

    5JUL2011, *

    I'm a Fireman in Memphis. I currently work at Fire Station 5 on the corner of Front and Union. My Comrades and I were on shift Saturday, July 2nd, 2011. It was a hot blistery night and we had made a couple of runs in the Downtown area. That old fire engine is super hot to ride in, and it makes things even worse wearing those turnout clothes! We had made a fire call, then a first aid call, both close to Beale Street. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights Beale Street is a hot bed for first responder runs, so we decided to go sit for a few minutes at Third and Beale. *We all climbed off that ole hot pumper and sat on the front bumper just hoping to find some cool air. Beale Street was filled with people elbow to elbow celebrating the 4th of July weekend. I mentioned to Luther that with all these people in here we'll never get the wind to blow. We both laughed about it. *Luther, looking past me to my right said, look at this big dude. I look over and this big Policeman walks by and said y'all look hot! We all agreed. He came back over to us and without saying a word he leaned over, opened his arms, and gave each of us a cold bottle of water. As if he didn't know what to say, he just nodded his head as we took the water from him. We gladly took it and graciously thanked him. *Just before he walked away I looked over where his partners were standing, some 30 or 40 feet away from us. Seven or eight of them were watching as he gave us that water. I really couldn't tell if they approved or disapproved his kind gesture. It just seemed funny they were watching because they've never noticed us before. *As I rolled that cold bottle of water around on my forehead and face, I said that's a good man right there! I mean, this guy didn't even know us. A few minutes later, Wordlaw and Luther told me they'd be back in a second. They both grabbed their radios and scurried off through the crowd. Just as quick as they left they were back, each with two tall glasses of cold iced tea. As I took one of those glasses of tea I thought about that Policeman. I looked over where he was standing and just as I did he looked our way. I held that glass of tea up and gestured as if asking, "Do you want this?" He then held his bottle of water up and with a half smile, winked as if to say, I'm good! *It's crazy, for some reason I felt guilt drinking that tea after he gave us water. I felt he was part of our team and he should have had that tea. Sort of like we left him out, although it was nothing like that. *Just as quick as all this happened a civilian fell off a wall some 60 feet away from us. We grabbed our gear and off we went to do our job. *Tuesday morning, July 5th, my wife was reading the paper. She said did you see this. That Policeman that was shot and killed on Sunday worked on Beale Street. I looked at the picture of him. My heart sank! Timothy Warren was killed in the Line of Duty answering a Domestic Disturbance call Sunday the 3rd of July 2011. He was the very man that so graciously gave us ice cold water the previous night. I didn't even know his name, but I'll never forget his act of kindness. *Although I knew this Mountain of a Man for all of 10 seconds, the news of his death hit me as if I had lost a lifelong friend. He had proved to me in 10 seconds of his life that he was a comrade, a friend, and I can't help but love him for that. The news hurt my heart. I wish I had known him as a friend. *God couldn't have taken a better soul when he took Timothy Warren to be with him. He was taken way too early in this life. After reading more about him I know he still had a lot to give this world. *It's too bad that there aren't more people like him in this world. Tim Warren will be missed by everyone that he touched. My thoughts and prayers will be with his family! *

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    Hoorah there.

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    What will I spend the next 40 years of my life doing? I'm a police officer today but will I stay in this job? Probably. I used to think of people that stayed where they were as trading their dreams for security... utter failures afraid to dare to seek out their fortune and fame... scared to be bold. I thought about going to Arkansas and marketing my skills to a smaller agency. Due to my big city experience I would get a mid mgt. position at a smaller agency and fast track myself into administration. I got to Arkansas and there was just no future there. I imagined what would happen if welfare was cut off. No one would move away from their ancestral homes. They would just be feral humans. Welfare affords them enough civility so as not to be a mortal threat to the tourists.

    It's time to get the masters degree. The way out of policing is to dig deeper in. By seeking a Masters of Arts in Executive Leadership I'll position myself to assume administrative duties in the police dept. but I won't have the rank to assume those positions. (IF) I get promoted to Sergeant, then (IF) two years later I get promoted to Lieutenant then (IF) I get promoted to Major then I'll have the kind of position I can exercise that masters degree.

    Not optimal.

    I think I'll test for Sergeant and enter grad school, (CBU) and when I earn my masters THEN work on getting a nomination to go to FBI National Academy. It's only a 3 month academy (for local law enforcement agencies, not FBI agents) that basically teaches how to marshal your dept. resources for crisis response, riot control, manpower reallocation... etc... I could then enroll in a doctoral program for police administration and teach criminal justice and leadership classes while taking classes for my doctoral degree. I think I could be a large dept. administrative consultant part time and full time college teacher. I think this plan will take about 8-10 years but it's a hell of alot better plan than staying in Memphis Police for the next 10 years hoping to have the right political connections to get promoted once or twice. Realistically most police don't promote to Major for 20 to 25 years. I could have my doctorate in 10. James would be 15, Jewel would be 11 and I'd be 46 and in a prime position to head up a big city police dept, but that's daydreaming for now.

    For now I'm getting enrolled in CBU and wiping out all the debt I have and moving to Bartlett.

    I don't do much writing unless it's an arrest narrative or affidavit / warrant. I'm going to be doing alot more writing for my classes. I need to get back in the writing habit.
    I only knew Tim as "Anvil" on GT, but I've known him since 2004. A fellow brother LEO, motorcycle rider, and giant.

    He will be missed.

    We have/had damn near the same plans. I hope to continue schooling throughout my career then get the hell out to teach.

    I wish he had the opportunity.

    I hope the murdering thief that took it from him burns in HELL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cochese View Post
    I only knew Tim as "Anvil" on GT, but I've known him since 2004. A fellow brother LEO, motorcycle rider, and giant.

    He will be missed.

    We have/had damn near the same plans. I hope to continue schooling throughout my career then get the hell out to teach.

    I wish he had the opportunity.

    I hope the murdering thief that took it from him burns in HELL.
    Sorry for your loss.
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