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Frances A. Williams

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USC Aiken Police Department

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Officer With the Aiken Public Safety Department

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Aiken Police Officer

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Aiken Public Safety


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www.aikenstandard.com

Staff photo by Teddy Kulmala Executive Producer Bill Erfurth autographs a "Heroes Behind the Badge" poster for Frances Williams, life partner of Aiken Public Safety Master Cpl.
Richardson's wife Amelyn was at Thursday's screening, and so was Rogers' life partner of 27 years, Frances Williams. Williams formerly worked with Aiken Public Safety and is now an officer with the USC Aiken Police Department. "They said preview it beforehand. I didn't want to because I didn't know what it was going to be like," Williams said after the screening, wearing a button with Rogers' picture on it. "It's eye opening. It's informative." Williams said she hopes people who watch the film will have more respect and appreciation for law enforcement. "There are so many people out there that hate police officers, or think police officers are second-class citizens," she said.


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Staff photo by Teddy Kulmal | Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers life partner, Frances Williams, gazes at a photo of Rogers hanging on the wall in Williams office at the USC Aiken police department. Also adorning the wall are photos of Aiken Master Public Safety Officer Scotty Richardson and Richmond County deputy J.D. Paugh.
Sandy Rogers life partner, Frances Williams, gazes at a photo of Rogers hanging on the wall in Williams office at the USC Aiken police department. Frances Williams waits each day for something she knows will never come. Hanging behind her on a wall in the USC Aiken police department, where she is an officer, is a photo of Master Cpl. Frances Williams has worked at USC Aiken for several years. She said her relationship with Rogers created problems at Aiken Public Safety while they both worked there, so she left for the Department of Juvenile Justice and then Aiken Technical College before coming to her current position. The morning of Jan. 28, 2012, Rogers and Williams decided not to have breakfast together, so Rogers came to USC Aiken so they could talk about having lunch. Williams was listening to radio traffic and heard Rogers tell dispatch shed arrived at the scene. Then: Shots fired. Officer down. Williams was first to the scene years ago when Rogers was fighting for her life on Richland Avenue, and on this day, she again responded. I didnt know it was her, she said. I kept hearing other people talk. I got out the car, and one of the officers there said, Frances, you dont want to go over there. And I did. A lot of time Its often said that time heals all wounds. Williams said thats not the case. Were talking about 27 years, she said. Twenty-seven years. Its gonna take a lot of time. A lot of time. Williams has good memories of her and Rogers to hold onto, including watching University of Tennessee womens basketball and the Atlanta Braves. Some days, its easier for Williams to get up and come to work at the same place she last saw her partner of 27 years. Other days, she said, its hard. Three years, she said.


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Staff photo by Rob Novit Aiken High FFA member Lawson Sellers places a wreath in honor of Aiken Public Safety Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers. Looking on are Rogers' father, Jack Rogers; her sister, Virginia Johnson; Public Safety officer Penny Stanford and Rogers' life partner and USC Aiken officer Frances Williams.
Looking on are Rogers' father, Jack Rogers; her sister, Virginia Johnson; Public Safety officer Penny Stanford and Rogers' life partner and USC Aiken officer Frances Williams. Staff photo by Rob Novit At a memorial graveside service led by Aiken High FFA students for Public Safety officers Sandy Rogers and Scott Richardson, Rogers' life partner Frances Williams solemnly stands by a wreath for Rogers placed by the students. Staff photo by Rob Novit At a memorial graveside service led by Aiken High FFA students for Public Safety officers Sandy Rogers and Scott Richardson, Rogers' life partner Frances Williams solemnly stands by a wreath for Rogers placed by the students. Soon afterward, Sandy and her life partner, Frances Williams, emerged into almost another set of parents to the young boy. Frances Williams is a longtime officer with the USC Aiken public safety department.


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Williams continues to make history 2/1/2012 9:58 PM
USC Aiken police officer Frances Williams, Rogers' life partner, said she has been touched by and is thankful for the community's support.


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Staff photo by Teddy Kulmala Master Cpl. Sandy Rogers life partner, Frances Williams, looks at a photo of Rogers hanging on the wall in Williams office at the USC Aiken police department. Also adoring the wall are photos of Aiken Master Public Safety Officer Scotty Richardson and Richmond County deputy J.D. Paugh.
Sandy Rogers life partner, Frances Williams, looks at a photo of Rogers hanging on the wall in Williams office at the USC Aiken police department. Frances Williams waits each day for something she knows will never come. Hanging behind her on a wall in the USC Aiken police department, where she is an officer, is a photo of Master Cpl. Frances Williams has worked at USC Aiken for several years. She said her relationship with Rogers created problems at Aiken Public Safety while they both worked there, so she left for the Department of Juvenile Justice and then Aiken Technical College before coming to her current position. The morning of Jan. 28, 2012, Rogers and Williams decided not to have breakfast together, so Rogers came to USC Aiken so they could talk about having lunch. Williams was listening to radio traffic and heard Rogers tell dispatch shed arrived at the scene. Then: Shots fired. Officer down. Williams was first to the scene years ago when Rogers was fighting for her life on Richland Avenue, and on this day, she again responded. I didnt know it was her, she said. I kept hearing other people talk. I got out the car, and one of the officers there said, Frances, you dont want to go over there. And I did. A lot of time Its often said that time heals all wounds. Williams said thats not the case. Were talking about 27 years, she said. Twenty-seven years. Its gonna take a lot of time. A lot of time. Williams has good memories of her and Rogers to hold onto, including watching University of Tennessee womens basketball and the Atlanta Braves. Some days, its easier for Williams to get up and come to work at the same place she last saw her partner of 27 years. Other days, she said, its hard. Three years, she said.


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