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Police Unity Tour 2012

July 10, 2012

Sgt. Ben Hoster of the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department rode to the National Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial in the Police Unity Tour on May 12. He filmed the ride while wearing a pair of Eye of Mine HD Video Sunglasses.

Utah Sgt. Represented Safariland In Police Unity Tour

June 15, 2012
Sgt. Randy Crowther of the Orem (Utah) Police Department rode a Safariland/Kona Patrol Bike 29er in the 2012 Police Unity Tour, the company announced.

Streamlight Renews Support of Concerns of Police Survivors

May 25, 2012
Streamlight Inc. renewed its sponsorship of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) for the 13th year in a row with a contribution of cash and in-kind product donations.

Police Week: All of Our Blood Runs Blue

May 18, 2012
Some people think female officers are more emotional than male officers. This may be so. I don't care. This week I don't think it mattered. All of our blood runs blue.

First Black Federal Officer Killed In 1883 Honored

May 15, 2012
William Henderson Foote's name had been forgotten until this week, when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) honored him as the first black federal officer killed in the line of duty.

Police Week 2012: Candlelight Vigil

May 14, 2012

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund's 2012 candlelight vigil paid homage to law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty. This year, 362 officers names were added to the memorial from 2011 and as far back as 1852. Read our coverage of the vigil here.

Obama Honors Top Cops

May 14, 2012

President Obama paid tribute to 34 law enforcement officers for bravery and valor in the line of duty during a Saturday ceremony at the White House. Read the full story here.

Police Week Vigil Honors Sacrifice of Fallen Officers

May 13, 2012
This year's National Police Week's candlelight vigil paid homage to the law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2011 and as far back as 1852.

President Obama Honors Top Officers

May 13, 2012
In a Saturday ceremony, President Obama paid tribute to the 34 law enforcement officers honored by the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) for bravery and valor in the line of duty.

Police Unity Tour Arrives at the National LEO Memorial

May 12, 2012
More than a thousand members of the Police Unity Tour—a group comprised of mostly officers—will complete their 2012 journey to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. today.

National Police Week's Candlelight Vigil Honors Fallen Officers

May 5, 2012
The names of 362 U.S. law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty will be formally dedicated on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., during the 24th annual candlelight vigil on May 13.

NLEOMF's 'Heroes Behind the Badge' Doc Arrives In Fall

March 23, 2012
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) and Modern City Entertainment are teaming up to create "Heroes Behind the Badge," a documentary about the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers.

C.O.P.S. Offers Help To Affected Co-Workers

February 21, 2012
As a part of this year's National Police Survivors' Conference in May during National Police Week, we will be offering new sessions tailored for affected co-workers. The debriefing topics will cover death by felonious action, accidental action, drunk driving, and friendly fire/friendly action.

Video: National Police Week's Officers of the Month

June 23, 2011
National Police Week also reminds us of the close calls of officers whose actions put them on the winning side, such as the NLEOMF's officers of the month, which are honored at a luncheon. We captured five of these stories on video, as POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down to interview these officers.

Stopping Two Sovereign Citizen Cop Killers

June 22, 2011

Wildlife Officer Michael K. Neal of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (October 2010) for stopping a father and son duo from killing more people by ramming his truck into their vehicle. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Identifying a Murder Suspect

June 22, 2011

Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Officer Daniel Paidousis was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (September 2010) for identifying a suspect in a murder investigation between calls for service. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Gunfight on the Way Home from Church

June 22, 2011

Michigan State Trooper Kevin Caldwell was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (June 2010) for coming to the aid of a municipal officer taking fire from an enraged home owner. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Face to Face with the Lakewood Cop Killer

June 22, 2011

Officer Ben Kelly of the Seattle Police Department was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (March 2010) for finding and engaging the man who murdered four Lakewood (Wash.) PD officers at a coffee shop. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Backup for a Florida Sergeant

June 22, 2011

Officer Matthew Medeiros of the Boynton Beach (Fla.) Police Department was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (January 2010) for providing crucial aid to a sergeant during a gunfight with a parolee. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Video: Wisc. Officer Who Saved Family from Train Leaves Agency

June 19, 2011
The Wisconsin police officer who saved a family from an oncoming train, suffering serious injuries and gaining acclaim as a national "officer of the month" has left his agency.
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