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Nat. Law Enforcement Week honors police

May 15, 2014

Starkville Police Department Officer Brandon Gann helps a child complete an ID kit Tuesday at Chick-fil-A’s SPD Family and Friends night. This week is National Law Enforcement Week. (Submitted photo)

Every time Oktibbeha County sheriff’s deputy Phillip Miller starts to wonder if he chose the right profession, he said something special happens to reaffirm his decision.

In Miller’s four years in law enforcement, including the last two with Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department, Miller has spent countless hours on the job that he would otherwise have spent with his wife and kids. Moreover, it’s a job in which every shift could be his last.

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