By Senator Roach



     WHEREAS, Chief Donald J. Frazier is retiring after having been in law enforcement for thirty years including twenty two and half years as Chief; and


     WHEREAS, Donald Frazier helped build a state of the art public safety building, and a state of the art communications center; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier authorized the laptop computer program, instituted a DARE program, the Citizen=s Academy, and full-time Narcotics & Property Detectives; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier instituted a Multi-agency SWAT team, a Marine Services Program, a Multi-agency Investigative team, a K-9 program, the ID-a-Kid program, the 911 simulator program; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier also instituted the Loaner Life Jacket Program, the Drown Proofing Education for Elementary School Children, a Police Chaplin Program, the Community Service Officer, and the Bonney Lake Police Department Open House and National Night Out Against Crime; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier was responsible for earning accreditation for the department and was the 1991 Bonney Lake Citizen of the Year; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier spent countless hours with service clubs and other organizations involved in community projects; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Donald J. Frazier remained a dedicated father to his children while juggling the stressful life of a police officer and police chief; and


     WHEREAS, Chief Frazier managed to befriend and touch all who have worked with him and those who know him away from the job;


     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That, Chief Donald T. Frazier be recognized for his outstanding service to the Bonney Lake Community and the legacy that he leaves to his friends, family, and fellow officers.


I, Tony M. Cook, Secretary of the Senate,

do hereby certify that this is a true and

correct copy of Senate Resolution 8652,

adopted by the Senate March 29, 2001.





Secretary of the Senate