[VIDEO – Updated 6:15 p.m.] This afternoon, the men and women of the Lakewood Police Department said goodbye to Patrolman Robert Redington, who retired today after 25 years of service to the community. Redington served the last eight years of his career as a Traffic & Safety Officer, alongside Sergeant Frank Work, Ray Przewznick, Larry Peterson and recently with Officers Erik Menck and David Silberstien.
The event was attended by family and friends as well as by several off-duty police officers.
Also in attendance, was Mayor Menashe Miller.
(Full video available upon request)
Bob wishing you much luck in whatever you do next. We wish you’ll come back to lpd. We need you here. But thanx for your last 25 years.
i am so happy that lakewood has been so lucky to have you. it also sounds like you need retirement after all that you have done for us. so thank you for taht you have done over the past 25 years. to all of lakewood pd, thank you too. because of our brave i am honored to live here.
fondly lakewood volunteer
Very nice but we need more cops
You will be well missed bob but i wish you a lifetime of happiness the same as you gave to others.
Best of luck, sir – thank you for your service!
Thank you for your service!!
Thanks for your service and all the best.
Good Luck and congrats on your retirement from your counterparts to the north!
where was the lcsw?
Thank you for your service. The people of Lakewood will miss you. Lakewood’s Finest are the best and most professional PD anywhere. We are blessed that you choose to serve and protect the residents of Lakewood.
I wish you all the best in your retirement. It is time to get out the fishing pole.
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