At Page 7, I like where you're taking this story, although I don't know if I buy the idea that Brown would buy a meal for his dead wife as well. Reminds me too much of John Cusack calling up his answering machine and leaving a voicemail to his dead wife in Grace Is Gone. You can only tug the heart strings so much before it becomes a tad hard to buy.
What I'm trying to understand is how Jacobs not dying, and his wife's anniversary have any correlation. Sure, this shows a scenario where the same tragedy doesn't happen twice, but I don't understand how any of that gives Brown closure. And if closure is so important that you named the entire script after it, I believe you need to tie in said theme somewhere along the plotline.
Also, why is Randy (he's the Mayor, is he?) putting Brown on a leave of absence? Surely Brown isn't being punished for Jacobs taking his spot in the raid.
Good script, but I don't see parallels like you apparently were hoping for. If this is a story about closure, then show us exactly what it is that gives him said relief. I think the parallels and plot correlations need some work.