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Museum's 9/11 Artifacts Connect People to History

August 26, 2011
The National Law Enforcement Museum maintains a small but powerful collection of artifacts related to the terrorist attacks on New York City's World Trade Centers on Sept. 11, 2001.

9/11 First Responders Excluded From Memorial Ceremony

August 20, 2011
Police and fire responders who served victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks will not be attending the city's 10-year ceremony at Ground Zero, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's office has announced.

Mission First Tactical Releases 9/11 Memorial T-Shirt

August 19, 2011
All proceeds from the sale will go to the Thomas J. Valentine Memorial Fund that provides financial support for the widows and children of fallen warriors, the Navy SEAL Foundation, and Families of September 11.

NLEOMF Honors 72 LEOs Killed During 9/11 Attacks

August 19, 2011
U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.; NLEOMF board members, supporters and staff; and dignitaries from law enforcement agencies that lost officers on 9/11 will attend the ceremony at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C. for the ceremony at 10 a.m. on Sept. 9.

NLEOMF Offers 9/11 Commemorative Gear

August 16, 2011
To honor the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) is offering commemorative gear as a tribute to the fallen first responders.

Improving Communications After the Tucson Shootings

July 18, 2011

The Jan. 8 shootings in Tucson may have drawn interest toward law enforcement in Arizona's second-largest city, but another incident that highlighted the need to improve public safety communications for agencies across the entire nation occurred much earlier: on 9/11.

9/11 Health-Care Bill Goes Into Effect

July 4, 2011
The act provides $4.3 billion in long-term federal financing for both treatment and financial compensation for first responders suffering lingering effects of the attacks.

Interoperability: 10 Years Too Long

July 1, 2011
Regardless of the finer details, the fact remains that Americans and public safety agencies have waited far too long for an interoperable public safety broadband network. Now — not next year or the one after — is the time for Congress to lay aside differences and stand behind the more than 2 million first responders who serve this country.

5.11 Tactical Launches 9/11 Tribute Program

May 19, 2011
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, 5.11 Tactical announced it would donate proceeds of sales from a special tactical line of clothing to three funds paying tribute to those who serve.

National LE Museum Acquires Steel Beam From Ground Zero

May 5, 2011
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) acquired the 5-foot structural beam weighing 2,200 pounds that was collected from Ground Zero. It will be on display, when the museum opens in late 2013.

Law Enforcement Urges Vigilance After Killing of Bin Laden

May 2, 2011
Following the killing of bin Laden, Homeland Security briefings urged law enforcement agencies to remain alert for any potential retaliatory strikes. Law enforcement leaders who spoke publicly made it clear they weren't aware of any specific threats.

NYPD Cop's Family Upset by 9/11 Death Investigation

March 31, 2011
George Wong, 48, died a week ago of gastric cancer, and his doctor listed the cause of death as "9/11 toxic exposure." Mayor Michael Bloomberg defended the city's decision.

New N.Y. Comms System Won't Fix 9/11 Radio Failures

March 8, 2011
The Port Authority is working on a $130 million plan to hard-wire transmitters, antennas, and broadcast equipment into the building infrastructure that would allow emergency workers to communicate even if power fails during a potential attack.

Western States Police & Fire Games Scheduled for June

January 26, 2011
Organizers expect more than 10,000 competitors from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming for this year's event, which is expected to generate $15 million in economic impact to the region.

SHOT Show 2011: 5.11 Tactical's 9/11 Apparel Honors Responders

January 18, 2011
The goal is to donate $250,000 to the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial Fund, and $250,000 to the FDNY Foundation for fire service and $250,000 for EMS operations.

Obama Signs 9/11 Health Bill

January 3, 2011
Obama took time out of his Hawaiian vacation on Sunday to sign the law that provides $4.3 billion in health benefits to the first responders, including NYPD officers, of the 9/11 attacks.

First Responders Cheer Passage of 9/11 Health Bill

December 23, 2010
New York police and fire responders who developed health ailments as a result of their exposure to the toxic fumes, dust and smoke of ground zero lauded the passage of the 9/11 health bill once named for an NYPD detective.

NYPD Boss: 3,000 Cameras Will Help Secure World Trade Center

December 6, 2010
Addressing concerns that security measures on the project would be "Draconian," Kelly wrote that he would make no apologies for the measures because the site "remains a prime target of our enemies."

9/11 Health Bill Backers Unveil NYC Badge Display

November 30, 2010
Supporters of a health-care bill to aid first-responders unveiled a public display on Capitol Hill of the badges of 29 first-responders who have died as a result of inhalation-related illnesses.

World Trade Center Flag Honors Baltimore Duty Deaths

October 26, 2010
A flag that flew over the World Trade Center site after 9/11 is coming to Baltimore in tribute to three police officers who've died in the past month.
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