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Comfort Zone Camp Partners With Blue H.E.L.P. to Support Grieving LE Families

Comfort Zone Camp will be partnering with Blue H.E.L.P. in June 2020 with a camp for children of law enforcement officers who died by suicide.

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Female Colorado Officer Welcomes 2 Daughters to Police Ranks

A 30-veteran officer with the Aurora (CO) Police Department is welcoming her two daughters to the ranks, making the department one of those in the Rocky Mountain State to have three women from the same family in law enforcement.

Texas Officers Attend Fallen Officer's Son's First Football Game

Law enforcement officers from Southern Texas—including contingents from the Mission Police Department, the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office, and the US Customs and Border Protection—were among a "sea of law enforcement" who attended the first football game to be played by the 13-year-old son of a Mission PD officer killed in the line of duty in June.

New NC Law Toughens Penalty for Assaulting LEOs

"Conner's Law" is named after State Trooper Kevin Conner, who was shot to death almost a year ago during a traffic stop in Columbus County, NC.

NFL Team Honors Fallen Tennessee Officer

The Tennessee Titans football team honored fallen Metro Nashville Police Department Officer John Anderson by presenting his family and fellow first responders with the 12th Annual "Titan Sword of Honor."

Jack Daniels Distillery Honors Fallen Indiana Officer with Tribute Bottle

Earlier this year, the Jack Daniels Distillery presented a specially engraved bottle of its whiskey to the family of Officer Robert Pitts of the Terre Haute Police Department, who was killed in the line of duty in May 2018.

Officers Escort Son of Colleague Who Died of Cancer to First Day of School

Officers with the West Palm Beach (FL) Police Department took time on Monday to escort the son of a colleague who succumbed to cancer last year to his first day of Kindergarten.

Sister of NYPD Officer Who Died By Suicide Says She Repeatedly Asked Department for Help

The sister of an officer with the New York Police Department who died by suicide last week told CBS News that she repeatedly contacted the agency to warn of her brother's failing mental health.

Georgia Deputies Escort Son of Slain Colleague to First Day of School

Several deputies with the Hall County Sheriff's Office escorted the son of a fallen colleague to his first day of fourth grade on Wednesday.

Nebraska State Patrol Car Voted Best Looking Cruiser

The Nebraska State Patrol claimed the top spot in this year's Best Looking Cruiser contest, an annual contest voted on by the public and organized by the American Association of State Troopers (AAST).