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John Ashcroft Appointed Chairman of National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

September 19, 2016
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), a nonprofit organization established in 1984 to tell the story of American law enforcement, promote officer safety, and honor those who serve and sacrifice.

Officers Killed on 9/11 Honored During NLEOMF Remembrance Ceremony in DC

September 12, 2016
Monday, NLEOMF hosted a special remembrance ceremony at the Memorial Wall in Washington, DC, in honor of all our fallen 9/11 law enforcement heroes, including those who served on the search and rescue teams at Ground Zero and ‎ultimately died from medical related issues.

President Obama to Attend Memorial for Slain Dallas Officers Tuesday

July 11, 2016
President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak Tuesday at an interfaith memorial service for the five Dallas officers slain in Thursday’s sniper attack.

Video: LE Supporters Work to Fix Florida Trooper Memorial

June 21, 2016
A memorial dedicated to fallen Florida state troopers in Tampa has cracked granite, dead grass, and nonworking lights. But police supporters hope to change that.

LE Supporters Work to Fix Florida Trooper Memorial

June 21, 2016
A memorial dedicated to fallen Florida state troopers in Tampa has cracked granite, dead grass, and nonworking lights. But police supporters hope to change that. More Here.

Thousands Attend Annual Candlelight Vigil for Law Enforcement's Fallen

May 15, 2015
"The names of both father and son are now inscribed on panel 16E of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial," National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Chairman and CEO Craig W.Floyd said.

273 Fallen LEOs to be Honored During Candlelight Vigil May 13

April 8, 2015
Today the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund released the roll call of names of 273 U.S. law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. These names will be engraved this month and formally dedicated at the 27th annual Candlelight Vigil held at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on Wednesday, May 13th at 8:00 pm.

2014 Candlelight Vigil Honored 286 Fallen Peace Officers

May 14, 2014
The names of 286 law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty—including 100 who died in 2013—were formally dedicated on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Tuesday evening during the 26th annual Candlelight Vigil.

FBI Agent and Rudy Project Race to Build Hawaii's First Law Enforcement Memorial

May 1, 2014
The Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation has secured land from the state, has finalized a design, and is now raising funds to begin construction.

NLEOMF to Add 286 Names to Memorial Wall, Hold Virtual Candlelight Vigil

April 21, 2014
NLEOMF's United By Light campaign allows people to host a Candlelight Vigil viewing event during National Police Week, when the names of 286 law enforcement officers will have been added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Police: Boy Bragged on Instagram of Vandalizing California Deputy's Memorial

November 25, 2013
A 13-year-old boy who allegedly stole a bronze dove from a statue memorializing a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy killed during a massive manhunt earlier this year was caught after bragging on Instagram, authorities told the Los Angeles Times.
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