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Texas Officer Who Notified Teen of Parents' Death Attends His Graduation

June 2, 2015

Lt. Eric Ellison of the Orange (Texas) Police Department was tasked with telling 18-year-old Kazzie Portie his parents died on May 24 when a pickup truck smashed into their motorcycle. More Here.

Video: Texas Officer Who Notified Teen of Parents' Death Attends His Graduation

June 2, 2015
Lt. Eric Ellison of the Orange (Texas) Police Department was tasked with telling 18-year-old Kazzie Portie his parents died on May 24 when a pickup truck smashed into their motorcycle.

FBI Offers Free Death Notification Training to Officers

April 29, 2015
The FBI—in conjunction with its partners at Penn State University (PSU)—announced a new, no-cost training website for law enforcement agencies and other first responders responsible for notifying the family members of those who have died suddenly as a result of a crime, an accident, a suicide, or other type of incident.

Slain Mass. Officer Had Put In Retirement Papers

December 28, 2010
Starting Jan. 1, Maguire was scheduled to leave the busy night shift and retire in about a year. Woburn Chief Philip Mahoney said telling Maguire's wife of 23 years that her husband had been fatally shot was "one of the saddest duties I ever had to do."

Bearing Bad News

September 7, 2010

Make the notification as soon as possible following the incident. Making a personal notification is always a race against time, and it's far better that they hear it from you, in person, rather than finding out on the news or through the grapevine that their loved one has died.

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