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NLEOMF Reports 65 Law Enforcement Duty Deaths in First Half of 2017

July 13, 2017
Of these 65 officers, 26 were killed in traffic-related incidents, 23 were killed by gunfire and 16 died due to other causes such as job-related illnesses.

NLEOMF Issues Statement in Response to NYPD Officer's Death

July 5, 2017
NLEOMF President and CEO Craig W. Floyd issued the following statement about the ambush death of NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia.

National Law Enforcement Museum’s Honor Alliance

June 29, 2017
You can join the Honor Alliance and help preserve your legacy.

DOJ Honors Suffolk County PD with National Officer Safety and Wellness Award

June 26, 2017
The Suffolk County (NY) Police Department (SCPD) recently received the 2017 National Officers Safety Award presented by the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund and the U.S. Department of Justice Valor Initiative for implementing programs which have significantly enhanced police officer safety.

NLEOMF Praises Police Response to Republican Baseball Practice Shooting

June 14, 2017
If not for the heroic and immediate response of U.S. Capitol police officers who were part of a protective detail on the scene, along with Alexandria (VA) police officers who responded within three minutes of the attack, many other individuals would have been either seriously injured or killed.

NLEOMF Announces New COO, National Law Enforcement Museum Executive Director

June 8, 2017
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has announced the hiring of David L. Brant who will serve as the Memorial Fund's Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director of the National Law Enforcement Museum.

National Law Enforcement Museum’s Honor Alliance

May 30, 2017
You can Stand With Honor and be a part of history. Join the National Law Enforcement Museum's Honor Alliance.

Images from Police Week 2017

May 15, 2017

National Police Week is a time for remembering the fallen and contemplating the grief of their loved ones. One of the highlights of the week is the annual candlelight vigil, which is organized by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. (All photos by Leslie Pfeiffer)

Attorney General Pledges Support for Officers at Annual Police Week Vigil

May 15, 2017
"To all those serving, I have a simple message for each of you," Sessions said. "We have your back, and you have our thanks."

Attorney General Pledges Support for Officers at Annual Police Week Vigil

May 15, 2017
"To all those serving, I have a simple message for each of you," Sessions said. "We have your back, and you have our thanks."

The Police Unity Tour of Israel

May 12, 2017

Last September some 50 members of the Police Unity Tour, plus a few friends, gathered for a 10-hour flight to Israel. Our host wanted to share the experience with the rest of us while forging some special ties between the police in both countries.

Reminder: Fly Flags at Half-Staff on May 15, National Peace Officers Memorial Day

May 11, 2017
"On May 15, we honor the sacrifices of our law enforcement officers by lowering our flags for National Peace Officers Memorial Day," said Craig W. Floyd, NLEOMF President and CEO.

National Law Enforcement Museum’s Honor Alliance

April 27, 2017
You can help share our stories of service, sacrifice, and honor. Join the National Law Enforcement Museum’s Honor Alliance and be a part of history.

394 Fallen Officers to be Honored During Annual Police Week Vigil

April 11, 2017
Today the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund released the roll call of names of 394 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 29th annual Candlelight Vigil held on the National Mall, between 4th and 7th streets on Saturday, May 13, at 8 pm.

64 Officers Shot and Killed in 2016, 21 Ambushed

December 29, 2016
Firearms-related incidents were the number one cause of death in 2016, with 64 officers shot and killed across the country. This represents a significant spike—56 percent—over the 41 officers killed by gunfire in 2015. Of the 64 shooting deaths of officers this year, 21 were the result of ambush-style attacks—the highest total in more than two decades.

TX Officer Named NLEOMF December 2016 Officer of the Month

December 15, 2016
For single-handedly rescuing multiple children from a house fire, NLEOMF has selected San Antonio PD Officer Timothy Bowen as its Officer of the Month for December 2016.

NLEOMF Honors John Ashcroft and Harley-Davidson Inc. at Reception

December 7, 2016
Tuesday night, NLEOMF celebrated the appointment of former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft as its new Chairman of the Board of Directors and presented its Distinguished Service Award to Harley-Davidson Inc. at a Congressional reception.

GA Officer Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month for November 2016

November 23, 2016
For extracting a driver from a fiery crash, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Senior Police Officer Daniel Whitney of the Athens-Clarke County (GA) Police Department as the recipient of its Officer of the Month Award for November 2016.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Issues Statement on Weekend Shootings

November 21, 2016
A deadly year for law enforcement just got a lot worse these past few days when five officers were shot, two of them fatally. The shootings occurred in four different states and at least three of the incidents appear to have been cold-blooded ambush-style attacks.

NLEOMF Issues Statement About Slaying of 2 Iowa Officers

November 2, 2016
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund President and CEO Craig W. Floyd issued the following statement about two Iowa officers killed in ambush-style attacks.
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