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FLEOA Remembers Those Who Sacrificed on 9/11

September 9, 2016
As we approach the 15th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on American soil, FLEOA issued a message in memory and recognition of those first responders and law enforcement who gave the ultimate sacrifice to aid their fellow Americans.

FLEOA Asks NFL to Allow Commemorative Gear in Honor of Fallen Police Officers

August 15, 2016
Following the attack in Dallas, TX, the NFL denied the Dallas Cowboys football team's request to wear commemorative decals to honor those five police officers gunned down by a sniper. FLEOA released a statement asking the NFL to reconsider its ruling.

You Can’t Lead from Behind

August 12, 2016

President Obama needs to get out from behind the podium and talk to officers and the people they serve.

FLEOA Issues Response to Ambush Attack in Arkansas

August 11, 2016
In response to the tragic and senseless murder of Sebastian County, AR, Sheriff's Office Corporal Bill Cooper and the wounding of Hackett, AR, Police Chief Darrell Spells, FLEOA issued the following response.

FLEOA Outraged Over Continued Ambushed Attacks on Law Enforcement

July 18, 2016
FLEOA is appalled by two more ambush attacks on law enforcement. Today's depraved ambush attacks on a Milwaukee Police Officer followed by attacks on multiple Baton Rouge Police Officers were unconscionable.

Former Secret Service Agent and Inspector General Is New FLEOA Executive Director

July 12, 2016
The Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) has announced Patrick O'Carroll as its new executive director.

White House Ignored Request to Illuminate White House in Blue

July 11, 2016
"While we appreciate the President's proclamation to have our flag flown at half-mast in honor of our fallen Dallas police heroes, I respectfully request that he demonstrate his full respect for their ultimate sacrifice by illuminating the White House in blue."

Battling Blue Despair

July 8, 2016

Unfortunately, there's no body armor to repel blue despair, but we can help triage the mental and emotional wounds before they become fatal.

FLEOA Praises Thwarting of Presidential Candidate Assassination Attempt

June 21, 2016
Today, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) announced its praise for the rapid response by law enforcement officers during a potentially fatal incident at a presidential campaign rally.

Senate Passes FLEOA-Backed Bill on Federal Law Enforcement Protection

June 10, 2016
The Senate passed H.R. 2137, the Federal Law Enforcement Self-Defense and Protection Act, which will give federal law enforcement officers the ability to carry their government-issued firearms and credentials during periods of a government shutdown or furlough.

Honoring Fallen Heroes During Police Week

June 8, 2016

Last month thousands of officers, survivors of fallen officers, and police supporters confirmed that Blue Lives Matter as they converged on Washington, DC, to honor the ultimate sacrifice of our fallen heroes.

Bill to Enhance Retirement Benefits for Federal LEOs Introduced

May 26, 2016
According to the senators, certain federal law enforcement officers are not eligible for enhanced benefits even though they perform the same tasks as other law enforcement officers – an imbalance the legislation is designed to rectify.

FLEOA Supports Moving Criminal Investigation Division from IRS to Main Treasury

May 23, 2016
New legislation proposes the creation of a Bureau of Criminal Investigation within the main Treasury.

FLEOA Supports Booker Bill for Equitable Federal Law Enforcement Pay and Benefits

May 19, 2016
Today, Senator Corey Book introduced the Law Enforcement Officers Equity Act, which would amend the definition of "law enforcement officer" to include uniformed officers from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Department of Veterans Affairs Police Department.

FLEOA Stands With Lawmakers on Sentencing Reductions

May 13, 2016
"Reversing policies that have significantly decreased crime and replacing them with new initiatives that would unleash thousands of violent offenders is in no way a reasonable proposition."

House Passes Federal Law Enforcement Protection Legislation

May 12, 2016
The House of Representatives passed the Federal Law Enforcement Self-Defense and Protection Act, which would ensure federal LEOs could carry their government-issued firearms and credentials during a government shutdown or furlough.

FLEOA Endorses Sanctuary Cities Bill

May 9, 2016
Following Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's refusal to reverse the city's sanctuary city policy, Senator Pat Toomey has re-introduced the "Stop Sanctuary Policies and Protect Americans Act," which FLEOA supports.

FLEOA Hails Introduction of U.S. Probation Officer Protection Act

April 28, 2016
Today, the national president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association praised the introduction of legislation in the House and Senate to enhance the safety of frontline U.S. Probation Officers.

Law Enforcement Absent From White House Criminal Justice Event

April 25, 2016
A White House event regarding the economic impact of the criminal justice system held today should have included law enforcement on the panel, FLEOA asserts.

You Have the Right to Remain Vocal

April 8, 2016

When the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution, they didn't exclude law enforcement officers from the right to free speech. So we do not have to remain silent while the fringe voices a cacophony of anti-police rhetoric.

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