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PO Jose M. Ortiz 9/21/00 16th Anniversary
By Arlene McMahon
(9/13/16)
Remembering you on your 16th Anniversary Pete. 9/21/00 ...

Grateful
By David Winfield
(8/15/16)
Thank you for your service to our Nation and communities ...

Police Officer
By Louis Phipps
(8/10/16)
Officer Louis Phipps was killed in the line of duty in Ashland, MA in June of 1942. Your gave your life to protect the citizens of the town of Ashland. You served honorably and that will never be forgotten ...

In memory of Police Officer John W Snow
By Kathi Jensen
(8/10/16)
40 Years ago today you were taken from us. A day I will never forget. A day that should never have happened. you were kindest, funniest, most honest man I ever knew and I miss you very much ...

In Loving Memory of Deputy Rodney Condall
By Andrea Condall
(8/4/16)
Thank you for being such a wonderful husband and friend, you will always be in my heart ...

God's Mighty Blessings
By Gene Natale
(7/27/16)
HONORING EVERY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EXPRESSING MY GRATITUDE AND PRAYERS EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR.

Daddy
By Al Barrett
(7/17/16)
Dearest Dad In view of all that has happened and now what is happening You have been seemingly forgotten ...

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US police delegation visits Israel to learn counter-terrorism techniques, hold 9/11 ceremony
Source: ISRAEL NEWS. by Daniel K. Eisenbud
Date: September 9, 2016

US police delegation visits Israel to learn counter-terrorism techniques, hold 9/11 ceremony

PODCAST: Domestic scenes most dangerous for officers
Source: AM740 KTRH NEWSRADIO by Matt Patrick
Date: August 5, 2016

Houston's Morning News with Matt Patrick and welcomes Michael Keith of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to discuss the highest risk for cops when they arrive at a scene. Domestic issue calls are the most dangerous for law enforcement. Why? Listen in!

Report: Domestic Calls Most Dangerous for Cops
Source: AM740 KTRH NEWSRADIO, Inc. by iHeartMedia's Nik Rajkovic
Date: August 5, 2016

A five-year study of police fatalities details the dangers law enforcement officers face each day. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund found domestic disputes accounted for the highest number of fatal calls for service.

One-third of officers killed responding to calls were alone, new study of police deaths finds
Source: The Washington Post By Tom Jackman
Date: August 1, 2016

Although police officials have long recognized the need for two officers to respond on any kind of call with a potential for danger, a new study found that 34 percent of officers killed while responding to calls over a recent five-year period did not have backup when they were slain.

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