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N.M. Court: Tribal Officer's Widow Entitled to Benefits

August 21, 2013
The widow of an off-duty tribal New Mexico officer who died trying to save a boy is entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits, a state appellate court ruled Tuesday.

Death Benefits

March 21, 2013

The Public Safety Officers' Benefits (PSOB) Act was signed into law in 1976, and it codified a means for the families of fallen law enforcement officers to file claims with the Department of Justice for financial assistance.

Family of Fallen Ariz. Cop Given Discounted Benefits

November 19, 2012
The family of deceased Glendale police Officer Brad Jones was about to lose its health insurance through the city one year after the 27-year-old father of two was killed on the job.

Slain Missouri Trooper's Life Partner Fights for Survivor Benefits

November 6, 2012
The life partner of a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper killed on duty in 2009 has filed a lawsuit after he was denied surviving spousal benefits by the Missouri Department of Transportation and Retirement System (MPERS).

Maricopa County Sheriff Gives Family Survivors $64K

January 31, 2012
The Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Office has given the family of a deputy killed responding to a burglary call a check for $64,000.

Video: Mass. Denies Benefits To Police Widow

December 29, 2011
The widow of a Boston Police officer has been fighting the state for accidental death benefits for 13 years since her husband's death from Hepatitis C.

Boston Police Widow's Fight

December 29, 2011

The widow of a Boston Police officer has been fighting the state for accidental death benefits for 13 years since her husband's death from Hepatitis C.

N.D. Agency Reverses Denial of Death Benefit To Deputy's Widow

November 1, 2011
North Dakota Workforce Safety and Insurance has reversed an earlier decision denying death benefits for the family of slain Burleigh County Sheriff's Deputy Bryan Sleeper.

Virginia Police Recruit's Widow Denied Benefits

December 22, 2010
The widow of 40-year-old Norfolk (Va.) Police recruit John Kohn is not entitled to receive any death benefits, after her husband died during police training.

Schwarzenegger Reverses Plan to Cut Benefits to Police, Firefighters' Survivors

June 10, 2009

The proposed cut was tucked away in a list of state laws, known as mandates, that would be suspended if Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest budget revisions are adopted. It would have saved California $1 million.

Police Survivors Group Says No Worries About Obama's Death-Benefit Cut

May 12, 2009
President Obama's proposed reduction of death benefits is "meaningless" and will not reduce the amount paid to survivors who lose their loved ones in the line of duty, according to a leading grief-support agency for law-enforcement families.
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