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Officer Joseph Preston Martin/badge# 2899
By Kathleen Dragon
(4/27/16)
Dear Joe, It has been 26 years ago today since you were taken from us. Not a day goes by that you are not thought about ...

Police Officer's Legacy
By William Prevatte
(4/25/16)
NYPD Detective Brian Moore was a police officer who loved helping people ...

Happy 65 th Ptl. Robert Mandel
By Leonard Clementi
(4/25/16)
Happy birthday in Heaven. Gone but not forgotten ...

Never Forgotten
By Patricia Hunter-VanCleaf
(4/18/16)
Rusty was a close friend of our family, my then-husband was a P.G. County officer. We were devastated by his loss. I think of Rusty often ...

Ptl. R Mandel 16465 77 Pct.
By Leonard  Clementi
(4/16/16)
To a good friend on your 39 th anniversary in heaven ...

Remember
By Debra Day
(3/29/16)
I'll never forget that day. I thank God we have so many men and women in blue trying to keep us safe ...

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In the line of duty: Officer shooting deaths up 113%
Source: Media General by Rebecca Sapakie
Date: April 13, 2016

Four officers have been shot, and killed in less than 30 days. Seventeen in all this year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) which tracks officer deaths. That’s a 113% increase in firearm-related deaths since this time last year.

Officers receive national award for lifesaving actions at house fire
Source: Gaylord HeraldTimes.com. By Mark Johnson
Date: April 8, 2016

Troopers Rick Carlson and Jim Leonard had just stopped for a cup of coffee at a Gaylord gas station when they received a call that would ultimately impact their lives for the next several months.

Last year, seven police officers were fatally shot by April 1. This year, the number has more than doubled
Source: Washington Post. By Mark Berman
Date: April 1, 2016

On Thursday, Virginia State Police trooper Chad P. Dermyer was participating in a training exercise at a Richmond bus station when he approached a man just inside the facility’s front doors.

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