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On the Police Heroes topic page we not only remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the mission to protect their communities, but we also recognize the many moments of heroism that all too often go unnoticed by the public or the mainstream press.
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Officer of the Month — October 2010 National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund - Featuring articles from Executive Director Craig Floyd

Officer of the Month — October 2010

Washington, DC — The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has announced th... - Full Story

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Wheelchair-bound cop gets help from his friends

As the officer lay trapped in his police SUV, two passers-by rolled him over and stealing his gun and his wallet - Full Story

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Former NY cop saves unconscious man on rail tracks

Jumped onto the tracks even though he could see the lights of an approaching train - Full Story

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Hit-and-run driver kills Ind. cop on bike patrol training

Officer Will Phillips is survived by his wife and two young sons - Full Story

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Md. cop dies in crash on way to training course

Officer James Fowler is survived by his wife and two children - Full Story

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Victim screams as Chicago cops foil rape attempt

Initially responded because the victim's wallet was reported lying outside the apartment building - Full Story

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Longest serving prosecutor in U.S. history retires

Longest serving prosecutor in U.S. history retires

88-year-old Jack Keeney, a revered figure at the Justice Department, served nearly 60 years in a storied career - Full Story

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Jeff Gordon to honor fallen cops at NASCAR race

Will race with a special paint scheme, honoring officers killed in the line of duty - Full Story

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When a hero falls: C.O.P.S. supports families, officers

When a hero falls:
C.O.P.S. supports families, officers

When officers lose a colleague in the line of duty, they generally feel better when they are able to talk to others. The discussion enables them to recognize they are impacted with similar concerns and feelings.

C.O.P.S. is helping to provide support and guidance throughout that coping process.
 

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