On the anniversary of the massacre at Virginia Tech, we want to both remember the victims and thank the law enforcement officers and other first responders who stepped into the nightmare to help those in need.
Amid the armchair quarterbacking that often follows an incident like this, we know one thing for sure: Every one of you is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to keep others safe. You make up the thin blue line between good and evil and for that, we're thankful and proud.
BLACKSBURG, Va. — A year ago, a psychotic killer murdered 32 at Virginia Tech in one of the worst active shooter situations this country has seen.
Since the massacre, state mental health laws have been changed, state gun laws have been clarified, the school has spent $10 million on safety improvements, and active-shooter training has become more standard for police ...Full Story
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The TASER Foundation for Fallen Officers is co-sponsoring The Drive To Remember alongside 24/7 Cop2Cop News. The Drive To Remember is a tour spanning the United States and Canada that raises awareness about officers killed-in-the-line-of-duty. Help is needed today to raise funds for donations and sponsorships. Take action now!
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