One of the officers killed Sunday, Jackson, was black, and the other two were white.
On July 8th, following the deadly police shootings in Baton Rouge and Minnesota, and the attack in Dallas that killed five police officers, Jackson wrote on Facebook that he was exhausted "physically and emotionally".
Chuck Canterbury, president of the Fraternal Order of Police, welcomed Obama's letter and said law enforcement can not be held responsible for such issues as poverty, unemployment or lack of mental health services, a point the president touched on in the letter. Brunswick Chief Richard Rizzo said his community is safe and supports local police, but there, too, officers are more wary because of the attacks in Texas and Louisiana.
It was dated Monday, the day after two police officers and a sheriff's deputy were killed in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after being ambushed by a lone gunman.
Montrell Jackson and his wife, Trenisha Jackson, were together 10 years, and their son turned 4 months old Monday, Dabadie said. The late officer also thanked people who reached out to him and his family.
After the five Dallas police officers were killed by a man who authorities said was angered by police fatal shooting, Long posted a video on YouTube saying he was "not gonna harp on that.it's justice".
The shooting that left three officers dead and three others injured in Baton Rouge came less than two weeks after a black man was shot and killed by police in that city.
The news out of Baton Rouge was horrifying even without context.
Police in Baton Rouge, a city with a long history of distrust and tension between its African-American residents and law enforcement, sought to deflect criticism from civil rights activists that the police force there had become over-militarized.
The penalties for killing a police officer are rightly more severe than those for killing a civilian because police are symbols of the rule of law, she said.
The group condemned recent violence but also called for more community policing tactics.
"Unless relationships are established, there will be no changes". Lee Wesley, who is black. No leaders have said that slaughtering officers in uniform is an answer. "People with the problem need to be part of the discussion on how to solve the problem", the Rev.
Those were the three officers who died, Edmonson said. The meetings, which were unannounced, lasted more than an hour.
LSU spokesman Michael Bonnette confirmed the visits and told the AP Miles was lending his support and appreciation for the police's work.
In an earlier video, the man says that, if anything happens to him, he doesn't want to be linked to any groups, though he mentions once belonging to Nation of Islam.