Sgt. Collin Rose Memorial Fund
Sergeant Collin Rose was a 5 year veteran of the Wayne State Police Department, and was an experienced and dedicated K9 officer. Sgt. Rose was engaged to be married, and was very close to completing his master's degree. Sgt. Rose was a impeccably brave and selfless public defender, whose service to the Detroit community will be cherished and appreciated forever.
The funds accumulated through this fund will be used to assist in paying for Sgt. Rose's memorial services, organizational donations, and any outstanding debts or services Sgt. Rose may have been paying. Donated funds will be directly withdrawn by Sgt. Rose's fiancée, Nicole Salgot. Ms. Salgot will be responsible in allocating these funds in a way that honors her memory of Sgt. Rose, as well the Rose family and his fellow officers.
To address the concerns of this fund's validity, please notice that several reputable news sources have interacted with several of Officer Rose's closest friends and fellow officers, as well as the creator of this page in order to ensure that this fund is operating in complete accordance as to how it is described in the fund's description, and the correct beneficiary(s) has been contacted and given complete access to the funds
Thank you all so much for your support, please continue to share, and to stop, thank, and appreciate the men and women who dedicate their lives to public safety
Folks, now that we've left a donation to his family, let's please put a thin blue line on your vehicle, until we show that the love for our officers exceeds the hate and divisiveness of some groups who are endangering our police family. You can use stickers, blue painting tape, electrical tape - but let's remind America just how much we appreciate what these fine Americans do for us everyday.
Debbie I got the link for this off the official page for the school he worked for. If you aren't comfortable with this- theres an address on the schools page to send a check thatll get to his fiancé. People need to stop killing cops. I'm waiting for the day this happens, and someone nearby is also armed and defends the cop. That person should get a medal.
So tragic. The support comes from broken hearts for officers all over. Just a few thoughts for ways to help........ Start a search team that continues until the gun is found for proper prosecution or maybe with excess funds, a commitment can be started to start the death penalty for those who shoot an officer. Much good can eventually come from this tragic time and after some healing maybe some good can come from this pain. So very very sorry to the family
Officer Rose was about to graduate and receive his Master's degree from the Dispute Resolution program at Wayne State University. He was known by colleagues in that program. He was strong and sensitive, brave and thoughtful, courageous and caring. May Officer Rose's visionary spirit and values invested in learning these tools and also creating new programs for finding that space bridging police and community proactively, with the intent on bypassing the violence be remembered and honored. I hope there may be in the future a scholarship in his name for police officers and criminal justice students to also study Dispute Resolution. Heartfelt condolences to his fiancé, friends and entire family, and all WSU Police Officers and those who serve and protect within this public duty. May we strive for developing and supporting new leaders who may carry on in the best of these characteristics of Officer Rose.
Debbie, There are many close friends, colleagues, and family members that are well aware of this fund. There is nothing to worry about being that his law enforcement family will make sure there will be no misappropriation of these funds. I understand your concern but in this instance there is nothing to worry about.
Will Brent Steinaker be willing to give the State Police DNA samples?
I pray that the out pouring of love and support will some how bring some comfort to family, friends, family in blue & all who knew Sgt. Rose. Help heal a grieving community & also his 2 loving companions. It is time that the laws change as times & circumstances change. I believe that anyone who assaults a Officer in any way, fight, kick, spit, attempt to run over, shoot at ... etc should automatically get 1-5 years. No leniency for a first offense, no early out for good behavior and this stays on your record for life. Maybe stricter laws. Maybe ppl will think twice before taking a life of a officer. While we can come together & support our Officers, I think serious action needs to be taken before this happens again to any and all officer across our country
Rest in peace, boy, Sad though I do not know you, my condolences to your family
Officer Collin Rose was a great friend to many and cared for all.
For hundreds of nights I walk from lab to my apartment and see WSUPD officers patrolling around Warren and Anthony Wayne Drive. I always feel warm and grateful but never had a chance talking to them to say thank you. In the U.S. the police officers really risk their life to protect people that they don't even know. Thank you WSUPD. My condolences.
And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.-Revelation21:4 I look forward to God's Kingdom bringing about such conditions as promised in the scriptures. Condolences to the family.