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Not just a cop, but also a husband and a dad–
When the rubber meets the road, it’s your family that is your first line of support and defense
Murder-suicide suspected after NY cop, wife, son found dead in house fire–
State Police and state fire investigators are trying to determine whether the blaze was deliberately set
Is reducing preventable death and disability on your agency’s agenda?–
A tactical officers association president gives three pieces of advice on how leaders can bring on more helmets and fewer casualties
Texas publication criticized for wanting to publish officers’ names, addresses–
The local tabloid said they were looking into making officers’ information public
Off-duty Memphis officer wounds intruder at home–
The officer was in the house with two small children when the break-in occurred
Officer weds bride during massive Pa. blizzard–
The wedding didn’t go as planned but ended up being a 'perfect day'
Slain Utah officer called loving, social by wife, colleagues–
Officer Douglas Scott Barney was killed working overtime to pay for cancer treatments, a disease he won
Facing the possibility of every police family's worst nightmare–
And what we can do today to show love and appreciation.
3 brothers to become NYPD officers at once, following dad–
Three sons of a New York Police Department official are due to be sworn in as officers this week
SC deputy first on scene of wife’s fatal collision–
The deputy’s wife was a nurse and headed to work when the collision occurred
Texas police wives' fight club–
New Braunfels Police Department wives' marriage enrichment course is currently recruiting for our 2016 class.
NJ officer returns to work after settling pregnancy suit–
The officer had been forced to take a leave of absence when she was in her third month of pregnancy
Photo: Slain Colo. trooper's baby a stark reminder of dangers of policing–
The photo posted by the sheriff's department warns Facebook fans what can happen after a 'few beers'
Ga. trooper comforts 4 siblings who lost their parents on Halloween night–
Trooper Nathan Bradley took the children out to dinner and had a sleepover
Officer’s family is concerned the moment their loved one steps out the door–
The Washington D.C. family talked about daily stresses surrounding police safety and survival.
Calif. sheriff posts to Facebook to bemoan low pay of deputies–
Sheriff explained that he has not been able to fill vacant positions fast enough, despite a two-year campaign to recruit
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