Former Cop Turned Singer to Serve as NLEOMF Honorary Chief Ambassador

Frank Ray, a country music recording artist and former law enforcement officer, has agreed to serve as honorary chief ambassador of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s Ambassador Program.

Frank Ray, a country music recording artist, will be the honorary Chief Ambassador of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s Ambassador Program.Frank Ray, a country music recording artist, will be the honorary Chief Ambassador of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s Ambassador Program.NLEOMF/POLICE Illustration

Frank Ray, a country music recording artist and former law enforcement officer, has agreed to serve as honorary chief ambassador of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s Ambassador Program.

In his role as chief ambassador, Ray will set the tone for other ambassadors by demonstrating the initiative’s goal of building awareness and generating support for the organization via agencies across the country, said NLEOMF.

This is done through the vision set forth by NLEOMF and the ambassador’s responsibility to inspire all citizens year-round to value law enforcement and help display the vital role it plays in our society as a way to honor the sacrifice of thousands of men and women whose names are engraved on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C.

“As a former law enforcement officer, it is my absolute honor to partner with an esteemed organization like NLEOMF, which cares deeply for the men and women in blue who proudly serve their communities and fellow citizens daily while honoring the lives lost in the line of duty,” said Ray. “Being an ambassador will allow me to continue serving and stay connected to the profession. I look forward to using my platform to create awareness about mental health in this profession, lend a voice to the burden that many officers face, and share our supportive message with them so they know they are not alone.”

Because of his deep-rooted commitment to the well-being of first responders, earlier this year, Ray launched a first responder-oriented mental health campaign, aptly named "FRAY" – an acronym for "First Responders Mental Clarity.” He joined US Senator Ben Ray Lujan (New Mexico) for a panel discussion at the US Capitol, focusing on the critical mental health challenges faced by first responders. This initiative will be a cornerstone of his role as ambassador and its ties to NLEOMF’s Officer Safety and Wellness Program.

 “We are honored to have Frank Ray join us as chief ambassador of this signature program,” said Bill Alexander, NLEOMF CEO. “His dedication and his unique perspective as a former law enforcement officer make him an ideal fit into our ambassador program, and we look forward to working together to make a difference.”

 Since the inception of the Ambassador program in early 2022, ambassadors have served as NLEOMF liaisons to law enforcement agencies, providing training and technical assistance to officers as well as attending events as representatives of the organization. Learn more about the program and how to become an ambassador here.

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