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Florida Officer Sues Department for Lost Pay, Alleged Harassment

An officer with the Orlando Police Department has filed a lawsuit against the agency alleging that the department engages in a "systematic pattern of harassment" against disabled female officers placed on limited duty.

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Senate Unanimously Passes Grassley-Gillibrand Bill to Aid Officers Disabled in Line of Duty

The United States Senate has unanimously passed legislation authored by Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) to improve access to assistance for first responders permanently disabled in the line of duty.

18 Years After Crash Former Phoenix Officer Serves at Hospice

Tuesday marked 18 years since former Phoenix officer Jason Schechterle's police cruiser was rear-ended, burst into flames, and caused disfiguring burns to his head, face, and hands.

Orlando Officer to Receive Disability Pension for PTSD from Nightclub Massacre

An Orlando police officer who said he developed post-traumatic stress disorder after the Pulse nightclub terror attack will be able to get a disability pension following a months-long battle. More Here.

Video: Orlando Officer to Receive Disability Pension for PTSD from Nightclub Massacre

An Orlando police officer who said he developed post-traumatic stress disorder after the Pulse nightclub terror attack will be able to get a disability pension following a months-long battle.

Video: Disabled Wisconsin Officer Dies from 1991 Wound

Severson, Albee, and other deputies were approaching the suspect when he opened fire with a .32 caliber handgun. Albee and Severson were hit.

Disabled Wisconsin Officer Dies from 1991 Wound

Polk County (Wis.) Sheriff's Dep. Mike Severson, 51, died Monday from complication of a gunshot wound he suffered in 1991. Read Full Story Here.

Former NYPD Cop: Faulty Pepper Spray Ended Career

A former NYPD officer claims in a lawsuit that a malfunctioning mace canister allowed a perp to fracture her wrist, ending her law enforcement career.

Disability Pay: Adding Insult to Injury

Our injured federal officers are humble, honorable Americans who sacrificed to serve our great nation. Yet certain members of the Senate opt to ignore the sacrifice of these men and women, and now attack their means to survive.

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Misguided Legislation

Disabled federal agents face severe and unwarranted reductions to their Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) benefits should Title III of S. 1789, the "21st Century Postal Service Act," become law.