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Merry Christmas in Heaven, Christopher Mark Goodell
By Patricia Goodell
(12/1/16)
My Beloved Son - I can't believe that it will your 3rd. Christmas in Heaven. It never gets easier ...

Honoring a Fallen Hero
By Jon Adler, NLEOMF Vice Chairman
(11/18/16)
May USMS Deputy Commander Pat Carothers rest in eternal honor and peace.

20 Year Anniversary
By Christopher Vargas
(11/8/16)
We miss you so much!

Love of Neighbor
By Fred Raucci
(10/7/16)
There is no greater love than to give one's life for a friend ...

The Wall
By Roger Adams
(10/4/16)
They walk the wall at night
So we may slumber in peace
Thoughtless to their sacrifice ...

Sergeant David Kyle Elahi
By Cynthia Starr
(10/3/16)
Sarge may you rest in the arms of God. To the family, friends, and fellow officers-remember the good times ...

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 ...

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Cop Killers: Fatal Shootings of Police Are Rising
Source: Newsweek by Max Kutner
Date: July 12, 2016

As protesters filled the streets in cities across the United States following the killings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota by police in early July, the normally sleepy Twitter account for Dallas Area Rapid Transit turned grim.

Craig W. Floyd on KOMO Newsradio, Seattle
Source: KOMO Newsradio, Seattle by Herb Weisbaum
Date: July 11, 2016

Craig W. Floyd, President and CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, interviewed on KOMO Newsradio, Seattle.

Police Departments Across Country Remain on Edge Following Dallas Ambush
Source: NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt
Date: July 9, 2016

Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets marching against violence of all kinds aimed at creating dialogue, but a small number have gotten tense, putting police on high guard.

Nation’s officers on edge as deaths in Dallas bring yearly toll among police to 25
Source: The Washington Post by Kimberly Kindy, Scott Higham and Steven Rich
Date: July 8, 2016

“These officers were killed because of the uniform they wear, because of the job they do,” said Craig W. Floyd, president and chief executive of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

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