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Family Will Get Disability Benefits in Ex-Phoenix Officer's PTSD Suicide

April 14, 2016
A police board on Wednesday approved disability benefits for the family of Craig Tiger, a former Phoenix officer whose suicide became a rallying cry for changes in how the department handles PTSD.

Florida Governor Signs Bill for Families of Fallen First Responders

April 11, 2016
Families of Florida police officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty will be eligible for additional benefits under a bill signed into law Friday by Gov. Rick Scott.

Dispatcher Son Honors Retiring Police Sergeant Father on Final Code 3 Call

March 31, 2016
After 28 years on the job, Salem City (NJ) Police Sgt. Douglas Hogate Sr., Badge # 612, called in his final Code 3.

Surviving Families, C.O.P.S. to Honor Fallen Officers During National Police Week

March 22, 2016
The week of May 11th through 17th will bring thousands of people to Washington, D.C. this year to observe National Police Week and honor their fallen heroes at events such as the National Police Survivors' Conference presented by Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).

Video: Arkansas Sergeant Sends "We Are Family" Message to Loved Ones of Fallen Officers

March 4, 2016
Chuck Wells is a field sergeant with an Arkansas sheriff's office, and he produced this video to send a message to the families of fallen officers.

Arkansas Sergeant Sends "We Are Family" Message to Loved Ones of Fallen Officers

March 4, 2016
Chuck Wells is a field sergeant with an Arkansas sheriff's office, and he produced this video to send a message to the families of fallen officers. "Your blue family stands with you," he says.

3 Brothers to Graduate Academy Together, Make NYPD History

December 28, 2015
An NYPD deputy inspector will be one proud papa this week when he watches his three sons make history graduating from the same Police Academy class.

Oklahoma City Police Recruit's Widow to Receive Benefits

December 10, 2015
The federal government has reversed course and agreed to pay first-responder benefits for the widow and children of Kelley Chase, the Oklahoma City police recruit who died after a training accident.

Heartbreaking Photos Show Boy Honoring Fallen Louisiana Trooper Father

December 3, 2015
A few months after Trooper Vincent's death, Katherine asked photographer April Reeves to take pictures of Ethan and incorporate images of her late husband into some of the photographs.

Florida Trooper's Wife's Facebook Video, "Cops Have Families, Too," Goes Viral

November 2, 2015
Jackie Perry doesn’t want her husband, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, to be the latest casualty of the anti-cop sentiment sweeping the country. More Here.

Video: Florida Trooper's Wife's Facebook Video, "Cops Have Families, Too," Goes Viral

November 2, 2015
Jackie Perry doesn’t want her husband, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, to be the latest casualty of the anti-cop sentiment sweeping the country.

Michigan Detective Works Night Shift With His Son Before Retiring

October 8, 2015
A Grand Rapids, MI, officer worked one of his last shifts with his son overnight.

Video: Arkansas Chief to Resign to Keep Family Safe

September 22, 2015
Bald Knob, Ark., Police Chief Erek Balentine is resigning, saying he feels that doing so will better the safety of his family after his truck was vandalized.

Arkansas Chief to Resign to Keep Family Safe

September 22, 2015
Bald Knob, Ark., Police Chief Erek Balentine is resigning, saying he feels that doing so will better the safety of his family. His announcement of resignation comes just days after his truck was vandalized overnight. More Here.

Video: Dallas Officers' Families Call on City Leaders to Give Officers More Security

September 11, 2015
Families of some Dallas police officers called on city leaders Thursday afternoon to pony up more money to keep officers safe.

Dallas Officers' Families Call on City Leaders to Give Officers More Security

September 11, 2015
Families of some Dallas police officers called on city leaders Thursday afternoon to pony up more money to keep officers safe. More Here.

Families of Slain Arizona Officers Wait for Federal Benefit

September 8, 2015
Families of some Arizona officers who died in the line of duty are waiting more than a year for a large federal benefit payout from a program often criticized for being mired in red tape, and others might not qualify at all. More Here.

Video: Families of Slain Arizona Officers Wait for Federal Benefit

September 8, 2015
Families of some Arizona officers who died in the line of duty are waiting more than a year for a large federal benefit payout from a program often criticized for being mired in red tape, and others might not qualify at all.

Son of Slain U.S. Marshal Born in Louisiana

August 28, 2015
U.S. Marshal Josie Wells' widow has given birth to a healthy baby boy in Louisiana who bears his father's name.

Video: Colorado Police Chief Delivers Baby Daughter on Side of Road

August 27, 2015
Chief Joey Staufer of the Eagle (Colo.) Police Department called 911 just after 2 a.m. after his wife went into labor near the Gypsum exit on Interstate 70. The dispatcher, Kelly Klein, helped Staufer through the delivery.
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