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The First Line Behind the Front Line: Effects of a Line-of-Duty Death on Spouses

Being in relationship or married to a police officer makes you the first line of support. When spouses accept this role they know it comes with some sacrifices, but what they often don't realize is their well-being may not be considered by friends, family members, or even the agency.

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Wife of Wounded Florida Officer Sues Estate of Gunman

Meghan Valencia—the wife of Orlando Police Officer Kevin Valencia—is suing the estate of the man who shot her husband as well as the owner of the apartment complex and its management company.

Massachusetts Officer Arrested for Off-Duty Shooting that Injured Wife

An officer with the Boston Police Department has been arrested following an incident on Christmas Eve in which his firearm discharged, wounding his wife.

Slain St. Louis Officer's Widow Recounts the "Worst Day In My Life"

Elizabeth Snyder, the bereft wife of slain St. Louis County Officer Blake Snyder, reflected on her husband's death in an emotional Facebook post on the anniversary of the tragedy.

Video: New Denver Police Calendar Humanizes Officers by Showing Them Off Duty

A new Denver Police calendar titled "Behind the Badge" features images of officers off duty, contributing to the community and enjoying their hobbies.

Video: Police Wife, Officer Refused Service at Kroger Stores in TX, LA

Kroger grocery stores are facing backlash after two recent incidents, one in Spring, Texas, and another in Alexandria, Louisiana, with police officers or their families alleging mistreatment from employees.

Police Wife, Officer Refused Service at Kroger Stores in TX, LA

Kroger grocery stores are facing backlash after two recent incidents, one in Spring, Texas, and another in Alexandria, Louisiana, with police officers or their families alleging mistreatment from employees. More Here.

Chicago Police Wife and Son Hand Out Thank You Gifts to Officers

She went on social media and promoted the project and word spread. She received product donations, including dog treats for police K-9s, and monetary contributions and was able to distribute the gifts last weekend. Some of the items that officers received in the gift packages included foot and hand warmers and gift cards for coffee.