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NLEOMF Begins Engraving 2013 Officer Names

May 8, 2013
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has begun engraving the names of 321 fallen law enforcement officers who will be honored as part of National Police Week next week.

C4i Provides Custom Dispatch Solution for Federal Facility

December 4, 2012
C4i has deployed an affordable, integrated solution at a National Park Service facility to assist with high-altitude search-and-rescue missions in the mountains of eastern California.

House Passes Bill Honoring Park Ranger

November 28, 2012
The House of Representatives has passed a bill (H.R. 5788) that would name the post office in Eatonville, Wash., in honor of Park Ranger Margaret Anderson.

Montana Park Rangers Get Active Shooter Training

May 21, 2012
Law enforcement Park Rangers at Glacier National Park in Montana teamed up with tactical operators with the Flathead County Sheriff's SWAT team to learn how to deal with an active shooter.

Fallen Federal Heroes

April 4, 2012

Since Christmas, the federal law enforcement community has lost five heroes. Two were fatally wounded by gunfire, one drowned during a rescue effort, and two succumbed to severe medical attacks.

Southern Arizona Park Rangers Armed With M14s

February 28, 2012
Law enforcement park rangers patrolling Arizona's Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and escorting tourists to its scenic, remote, and dangerous areas are now carrying M14 rifles as protection for run-ins with smugglers.

Slain Park Ranger Remembered for Devotion To Family

January 12, 2012
As a National Park Service ranger, Margaret Anderson was adept at pointing out the best hiking trails on Mount Rainier, rescuing lost hikers, bandaging damaged limbs, putting out fires, and taking scofflaws into custody.

FLEOA Foundation Supports Families of Slain Federal LEOs

January 7, 2012
The foundation of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) has set up memorial funds to assist the families of two fallen federal officers. The funds will benefit the families of ATF Special Agent John Capano and Park Ranger Margaret Anderson, who were killed by gunfire.

Inside the Manhunt for the Ranger Killer

January 5, 2012

The Pierce County (Wash.) Sheriff's SWAT team got the initial call of a ranger down and a gunman on the loose in Mount Rainer National Park. Tactical officers borrowed snow shoes from park service personnel and followed the suspect's tracks through the snowy, rugged terrain.

Troubled Iraq Vet who Shot Park Ranger Found Dead

January 2, 2012
A plane searching the remote wilderness for Benjamin Colton Barnes, 24, on Monday discovered his body lying face down on the mountain hours from where authorities could get to him.

Park Ranger Fatally Shot at Mt. Rainer National Park

January 2, 2012
Park Ranger Margaret Anderson was fatally shot following a New Year's Day traffic stop. Authorities searched for the suspect early Monday, as the park was closed and evacuated.

Park Ranger Killed In Wintry Crash In Nebraska

February 28, 2011
U.S. Park Ranger Julie Weir was on official travel status, when she was killed in a wintry head-on collision with a semi-truck while relocating to a field-training assignment in California.

Alert Park Ranger Triggers Arrest of Arizona Prison Fugitive

August 20, 2010
Shortly after 7 p.m., the arrest team approached the campsite and encountered McCluskey and Welch. At that time, Welch drew a weapon but was subdued before it could be used.

Park Ranger In Montana Named Officer of the Month

April 27, 2010
A gunman began running toward Ranger Alexandra Burke and another officer. Ranger Burke shot the man at close range before he could strike her with the knife. The shooting was ruled as justified.

Yellowstone's Law Enforcement Park Rangers

December 1, 1998

An average of 80 to 90 law enforcement rangers are employed at Yellowstone during the summer, while wintertime employment averages about 60 to 70 rangers. Most positions are seasonal and com­petition for permanent positions is fierce. Most rangers have a four-year degree.

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