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Video: Colorado High School Dance Troupe's Performance Honors Police

December 11, 2018
The high school "pom team" in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, has created a performance that is intended to honor fallen law enforcement officers and their families.

NFL Team Honors Deputies who Rescued 96-Year-Old Woman from Wildfire

December 11, 2018
Two reserve deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department were honored on Sunday prior to the contest between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL.

Colorado High School Dance Troupe's Performance Honors Police

December 11, 2018
The high school "pom team" in Highlands Ranch, Colorado has created a performance that is intended to honor fallen law enforcement officers and their families.

Police Supporters

December 3, 2018

This holiday season you should know that most Americans support you and respect you.

Denver Broncos Players Donate $200,000 to Buy Protective Gear for First Responders

November 30, 2018
The kits includes body armor, a helmet and a wound trauma kit, all of which is meant to better the first responders' standard issue gear. The point is to protect against rifle fire.

Police Agencies Deliver Thanksgiving Dinner to Needy Families

November 23, 2018
Police departments across the country spent some of the past few days delivering holiday joy—in the form of Thanksgiving dinner—to families who desperately need it.

Hollywood Actor Taking 'Cop Roles' to Search for the 'Humanity of These People'

November 21, 2018
Emmy and Tony Award nominee Brian Tyree Henry recently told the Hollywood Reporter that he is looking closely at roles that portray police officers because he is interested in learning more about law enforcement officers and the challenges they face.

Kahr Arms Launches Fallen Officer Program

November 13, 2018
Through the Fallen Officer Program, Kahr Arms will donate a Thin Blue Line model PM9 customized with the fallen officer's name on the side of the slide, and his or her badge number and "end of watch" date engraved on the top of the slide.

$100K Donated to Florida LEOs, Volunteers Affected by Hurricane Michael

November 9, 2018
“This storm hit us very hard,” Sheriff Ford said, noting about 60 staff members and deputies lost their homes. “Their resolve has been inspiring. They didn’t skip a beat in serving their community.”

Pittsburgh Officers Injured during Synagogue Shooting Cheered at NHL Game

October 31, 2018
Just before the puck was dropped in the hockey game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Islanders, two of the officers injured in the tragic mass murder at the Tree of Life synagogue on Saturday stood before a crowd roaring with their appreciation for their heroics.

Georgia High School Football Team Will Wear Initials and Badge Number of Slain Officer

October 29, 2018
Football players with South Gwinnett High School in Georgia will add stickers to their helmets reading "ADT1808"—the initials and badge number of Officer Antwan Toney, a member of the Gwinnett County Police Department who was recently killed in the line of duty.

Rookie South Carolina Officer Pulls Over Mayor on First Day of Duty

October 22, 2018
Myrtle Beach, SC, Mayor Brenda Bethune said in a Facebook post that she was the subject of a traffic stop by the city's newest patrol officer—Amanda Johnston—and that she's glad she got pulled over for an expired tag.

New USA Gymnastics CEO Forced to Resign Over Tweet Opposing Nike's Kaepernick Ad Campaign

October 17, 2018
Much of the criticism has come thanks to an anti-Nike tweet she sent in September. In that tweet, which has since been deleted, a photo showed that Bono used a black marker to cover up a white Nike logo on a pair of golf shoes -- a symbol of protest against Nike's polarizing "Just Do It" campaign featuring anti-police activist Colin Kaepernick.

NFL Quarterback Awards Grant for K-9 Unit to Kentucky Police Department

October 12, 2018
"With the K-9 Unit, the Villa Hills Police Department can provide the utmost level of law enforcement protection to its citizens and strive to meet its motto of 'Continuing Excellence'," said Villa Hills Police Sergeant Matthew Hall, said in a statement on BigBen7.com.

Owners of Minor League Hockey Team Hold Fundraiser for Fallen Kansas Deputy

October 11, 2018
Owners of the Wichita Thunder Hockey Team—Rodney Steven II, Brandon Steven, and Johnny Steven—said that their fundraising effort to raise money for the family of fallen Sedgwick County Sheriff's Deputy Robert Kunze III’s family has exceeded the initial goal of $50,000.

Police, Citizens Gather to Mourn South Carolina Officer Killed in Ambush Attack

October 9, 2018
Police and civilians gathered together on Monday for the funeral services of Sergeant Terrence Carraway, who was shot and killed last week in an ambush that left six other officers injured.

Mississippi Governor Orders Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Fallen Officers

October 2, 2018
"State and American flags on public property will fly at half-staff from sunrise on October 2 until sunset on October 4, to mourn the loss of Brookhaven PD Officers James White and Zach Moak and MHP Trooper Josh Smith," the governor said in a Tweet. "Please continue to pray for the families of these men."

Mississippi City Mourns 2 Officers Killed in Weekend Gunfight

October 1, 2018
Residents of a small Mississippi city held an evening candlelight vigil at police headquarters Sunday. The vigil was held for 35-year-old Officer James White and 31-year-old Corporal Zach Moak, who were killed early Saturday after responding to a call of shots fired.

Fallen Kansas Officer's Son Given Dad's Restored Motorcycle

September 27, 2018
Kansas City, KS, police Capt. Dave Melton, who was killed in the line of duty, loved motorcycles. His son, also named David, is carrying on that passion and will have a way to remember his father every time he hits the road after being given Capt. Melton's newly restored and customized motorcycle. More Here.

How the Bond between Cops and Kids Might Help Solve the Police Recruitment Crisis

September 21, 2018
Many police departments have a pop-up tent, a folding table, and a bunch of knick-knacks with the department badge or logo to give away during street festivals and other events. This is a very passive recruitment tool, and arguably a giant waste of time and resources. Where the real recruitment opportunities exist are in the day-to-day contact between young people and the police officers who serve their communities.
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