Please accept our sincere condolences on behalf of the Boston School Police Department. Officer Collier has made the ultimate sacrifice. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family,his fellow officers and the M.I.T. community.

Lt. John Coleman
4/22/2013

On behalf of the Holyoke C.C. Campus Police, our condolences to the family, department and community the Off. Collier was a part of. The thin blue line became thinner. Thank You for your dedication to the police profession

Chief Ralph Gould
4/22/2013

Thank You, Officer Collier, for your courage. Our condolences to your Family ...

Kevin McGrath
4/22/2013

Our thoughts and prayers are with Off. Collier's family-Off. Collier is a true Hero.

God Bless

From all of us at the Merrimack, New Hampshire Police Department.

Chief Mark Doyle
4/22/2013

I want to leave my condolence for this brave one of many brave officer doing his JOB ! In God's economy, our sufferings never have to be wasted. As Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 1:3-4, "the Father of compassion" not only comforts us because He feels our pain and wants to heal us; He also plants within us seeds of His kindness and caring so that one day we will be able to share what we've received with people who need consolation. We are called to be the hands and feet of Jesus that reach out and go to a hurting world. As we touch others who are in distress, we become a link connecting them with God's unfailing love.

tony Carsanaro
4/22/2013

Please pass along the condolences of the members of the Waterbury Police Department to the family, co-workers and friends of Officer Sean Collier. Our prayers are with you.

After reading so many tributes on the MIT sites, Sean exemplified the quote etched in stone at the Police Memorial in Washington, DC;

"It is not how these officers died that made them heroes, it is how they lived."
—Vivian Eney Cross, Survivor

Your extended family will miss you.

Respectfully,
Sgt. Charles Sampson
Waterbury Police Department
Waterbury, CT

Sgt. Charles Sampson
4/22/2013

Deepest condolences to the Collier Family and the MIT Police Department.

Kristy Nolet Wilson
4/22/2013

Rest in peace Sean...you will not be forgotten. My condolences to the Collier family and Sean's MIT family....please know you are in many hearts and prayers through this difficult time.

Brenda Driscoll
4/22/2013

Thank you for your sacrifice. May others who follow in your footsteps also follow your convictions. It's people like Sean that give Americans the right of safety.

Andrew Brad
4/22/2013

God Bless you and your family. May you Rest In Peace and your family find comfort in their memories. Thank you for your service.

Liz
4/22/2013

God bless this hero!

Charles Frazier, L2975 IAFF
4/22/2013

Our hearts are deeply saddened by the loss of Sean. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and the MIT Police and campus community.

Sgt. Chris Zelezney, Campus Community Police, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada
4/22/2013

Safe travels to the house not built with hands, eternal in the heavens...
You stood up rightly in your station before God and Man.

Thank you for your service. Yor family, sad and heartbroken, should be proud!!!!!

Brother in Blue
4/22/2013

To the Collier family and the MIT Police Department, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
May he rest in peace.

Sergeant John R. Kazmierczak Clark University Police
4/22/2013

To the Collier family and the men and women of the MITpolice department, please accept the heartfelt condolences from the officers of the Wellesley Police Department. Officer Collier now stands guard for all eternity. God bless you Sean!

Chief Terrence Cunningham
4/22/2013

wow Sean, I didnt think this was going to be the next time we talked! You made the ultimate sacrifice and we all thank you for that. Rest well brother and know your death was not in vane.

Rob F.
4/22/2013

On behalf of the men and women of the Stanford Unveristy Police Department, our deepest sympathy for the loss of Officer Collier. His bravery and sacrifice will long be an inspiration to his fellow law enforcement officers. Officer Collier: you have made this world a better place. We are forever in your debt and you are forever in our hearts. Sleep well...

Deputy Harris Kuhn, Stanford University Department of Public Safety
4/22/2013

I never had the honor of knowing you Officer, but mourn your loss just the same. God's speed on your journey and rest easy!

Chris Kelleher NYPD (Ret.) and U.S. Federal Reserve Police
4/22/2013

My deepest thoughts and prayers to Officer Collier's family and friends, and to all members of the MIT Police Department.

Officer Collier, you will always be remembered proudly as a dedicated Officer and a Hero. Job well done, Officer Collier. Job well done. May you now Rest in well deserved Peace in the loving and comforting arms of Angels, among many fellow Heroes of the Blue Line.

Cris Melendez
4/22/2013

Thoughts and prayers for the family, and my fellow brothers and sisters at MIT, for you loss.

Sgt. William Norton
4/22/2013

Prayers are going out to Officer Collier and his family. He lived and died by the oath of the badge, making him my personal hero. Go onto protect those in heaven my friend for you truly are worthy and capable if being Gods protector.

Officer Peter Abaskharoun Burlington MA Police
4/22/2013

To the family, friends, and coworkers, I cannot express my sincerest condolences adequately enough, Sean's loss is just so tragic and senseless, Sean had so much to live for and so much to give for both his profession and his family, it is so sad and tragic that our world is being threatened by such hateful people in the world, Seans loss is going to be felt for a long time to come, I wish his family and his coworkers the very best and hope and pray that they all find a way to push on and live their lives in his memory! God Bless you all! Ret Lt Wayne Larkin Framingham Aux Police.

Wayne Larkin Ret Lt Framingham Aux Police
4/22/2013

The men and women of the Bentley University Police Department extend our heartfelt sympathies and sincerest condolences to the family of Officer Sean Collier and to his brother and sister officers at the MIT Police Department and to the entire MIT community. We are all saddened by the loss of Officer Collier and he and his family will remain in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Ernest H. Leffler, Executive Director of Public & Environmental Safety/Chief of Police
4/22/2013

On behalf of the men and women of the Weare, New Hampshire Police Department, our thoughts and prayers are extended to Officer Collier's family and our brothers and sisters of the MIT Police Department. Officer Collier is a true hero and he will live on in our hearts forever and his dedication will never be forgotten. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Sergeant Joseph Kelley
4/22/2013

Go with God my brother.
The thin blue line just got thinner.

HPD Officer
4/22/2013

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