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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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August 05, 2015

Texas cop breaks into wrong house

Officer was trying to save woman from fire but ended up being at the wrong house.
August 03, 2015

Mich. cop saves skunk

The skunk had his head stuck in a yogurt container.
July 30, 2015

Hunting for Heroes

Led and run by a team of active duty LEOs, Hunting for Heroes takes five to ten officers, alongside their families, to a retreat for healing.
July 22, 2015

Calif. officer killed in shootout

Hayward officer reportedly killed during a shootout during a traffic stop.
July 06, 2015

LAPD officer saves life of choking man

An officer was quick to react when he saw a restaurant patron choking on his food
July 06, 2015

2015 World Police and Fire Games: Opening Ceremony

A look at this year's opening ceremony for the World Police and Fire Games held in Fairfax, Va.
June 25, 2015

Suspect runs over Texas officer with squad, kills him

Sgt. Chris Kelley died after the suspect stole his police car to attempt to flee, running over Kelley and killing him.
June 04, 2015

SC cop rescues drunk man as fire engulfs car

Police say the man was extremely drunk and had no idea the car was on fire.
June 01, 2015

Pa. K-9 hurt in crash that killed cop returns home

K-9 Blek spent nearly two weeks in a veterinary hospital after a deadly wrong-way crash that killed his handler, Officer Eric Eslary.

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