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PO Jose M. Ortiz 9/21/00 16th Anniversary
By Arlene McMahon
(9/13/16)
Remembering you on your 16th Anniversary Pete. 9/21/00 ...

Grateful
By David Winfield
(8/15/16)
Thank you for your service to our Nation and communities ...

Police Officer
By Louis Phipps
(8/10/16)
Officer Louis Phipps was killed in the line of duty in Ashland, MA in June of 1942. Your gave your life to protect the citizens of the town of Ashland. You served honorably and that will never be forgotten ...

In memory of Police Officer John W Snow
By Kathi Jensen
(8/10/16)
40 Years ago today you were taken from us. A day I will never forget. A day that should never have happened. you were kindest, funniest, most honest man I ever knew and I miss you very much ...

In Loving Memory of Deputy Rodney Condall
By Andrea Condall
(8/4/16)
Thank you for being such a wonderful husband and friend, you will always be in my heart ...

God's Mighty Blessings
By Gene Natale
(7/27/16)
HONORING EVERY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND EXPRESSING MY GRATITUDE AND PRAYERS EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR.

Daddy
By Al Barrett
(7/17/16)
Dearest Dad In view of all that has happened and now what is happening You have been seemingly forgotten ...

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Craig W. Floyd interviewed by WTOP Radio
Source: WTOP Radio by Hillary Howard and Dimitri Sotis
Date: July 18, 2016

Craig W. Floyd, President and CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, talks with WTOP Radio.

Police officer deaths from guns up 72% from July 2015
Source: CNN By Emanuella Grinberg
Date: July 17, 2016

As of Sunday, 31 law enforcement officers were shot to death in the United States, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, which keeps data on officers killed on the job.

Baton Rouge Attack Deepens Anguish for Police: ‘We’ve Seen Nothing Like This’
Source: The New York Times By Timothy Williams and Alan Blinder
Date: July 17, 2016

“Officer down!” an officer screamed frantically into his police radio Sunday morning in Baton Rouge, La. “Shots fired! Officer down!” One of the most dreaded calls in policing triggered a surge of officers to the city’s Airline Highway, not far from Police Headquarters, an agonizing replay of the distress calls 10 days earlier that prompted the Dallas police to scramble to the aid of their fallen colleagues.

It's not just Dallas — police officers have been killed across the country
Source: Los Angeles Times by Erica Evans
Date: July 13, 2016

When five police officers were killed and nine more wounded in an attack during a protest march in Dallas last week, it rattled the nation. With the Dallas shootings, 26 police officers have died in the line of duty so far this year, compared to 18 officers who had died at this point in 2015, according the statistics from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

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