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  • LE Fatalities Surge 43% in 2010

    Fatal shootings, traffic-related deaths increase sharply from 2009; California, Texas and Florida experience the most fatalities

    Article • July 21st, 2010

  • Handling High Profile Cases

    While the public is fascinated by the news coverage, handling related court security is a tremendous challenge.

    Article • June 23rd, 2010

  • Policing or Profiteering?

    Many police critics have long suspected money, moreso than safety, has driven police ticketing. Of course, we know they are wrong. Or are they?

    Article • June 2nd, 2010

  • 22nd Annual Candlelight Vigil

    NLEOMF and teaming up to provide free online access to the ceremony in Washington, DC, honoring officers killed in the line of duty

    Article • April 26th, 2010

  • NLEOMF Audio Tour

    The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund announces the launch of a new cell phone audio tour of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, the nation's monument to peace officers killed in the line of duty.

    Article • March 5th, 2010

  • Happy Holidays Reserves!

    Any thing that can be done to increase the number of officers, whether they are full time sworn or part time reserve and auxiliary officers is much needed.

    Article • December 31st, 2009

  • Will Always Remember

    Citizens are encouraged to share photos showing they will always remember officers who have died in the line of duty; photo contest winner will receive travel package to attend National Police Week 2010

    Article • October 13th, 2009

  • Medics with guns

    Like army medics, SWAT paramedic teams combine fire, EMS and police training to provide tactical defense and first aid care in situations civilian teams can't touch

    Article • October 1st, 2009

  • Town Hall Meetings

    Are we, as law enforcement officers, mandated to ensure the rights of all?

    Article • August 26th, 2009

  • Riding Shotgun

    The recent surge in officer layoffs may give cause to revisit history.

    Article • August 12th, 2009

  • If You Can't Make Police Week

    Though each life ended in its own way, we must remember the engraving on The Wall: It is Not How These Officers Died That Made Them Heroes… Rather, It Is How They Lived.

    Article • April 30th, 2009

  • Going home at night

    More needs to be done to keep officers safe, especially when it comes to preventing vehicle-related deaths

    Article • January 1st, 2009

  • Underwater sonar tech aids evidence recovery and protects police divers

         Drug smugglers constantly seek new ways to fly under the radar of law enforcement and counter-drug surveillance personnel while delivering loads of contraband. Their latest method: going underwater using "cocaine" submarines or divers to avoid...

    Article • October 1st, 2008

  • Trends in recording police interviews

    Tired of the debate over who said what, many agencies use new digital technology to record all interviews of suspects, victims and witnesses.

    Article • February 1st, 2008

  • Winning Against Extreme Violence

    Officers are being killed this year in numbers not seen since the 1970s. We must train and prepare to meet and defeat the extreme violence offered against us.

    Article • September 27th, 2007

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