February 5, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Leader,

Handling the response to an officer killed in the line of duty is the biggest challenge a police leader will face. The actions you take immediately after the tragedy and during the difficult days, weeks and months to come will set the tone for how your officers, their families and the community handles their loss and grief.

The articles in this month's P1 Leaders eNewsletter review some of the considerations police administrations must address after the death of an officer including death notifications, funeral planning, peer support and how to memorialize the fallen.

While we all hope and pray that the day will never come, having preparations and policies in place ahead of time will help your agency honor the sacrifice of the fallen.


The PoliceOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
End of watch: How to prepare your agency to handle a line-of-duty death
By Chief Chris Moore
Preparation eases an agency’s response to an LODD, plus helps provide care for a fallen officer’s family and grieving members of the department
After the pipes play: Leading your department after the tragedy
By Steven Clark
Police leaders owe it to their officers and support staff to be ready to lead through the tragedies well after the pipes play to honor our heroes
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Using Facebook to announce an LODD
By Greg Friese
Line-of-duty deaths require thoughtful planning on how to use Facebook to announce the loss of life and share information
How do you save a hero’s place?
By Tim Dees
The Honor Chair project preserves the memory of fallen cops, firefighters
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