Celebrating the everyday police hero, the Quiet Warrior program is a collaboration between PoliceOne and 5.11 Tactical that highlights the professionalism, compassion, heroism and humility that drive law enforcement professionals to go above and beyond the call of duty for their communities. Read profiles of some Quiet Warriors below, whose acts of kindness and bravery have helped strengthen the bond between police officers and citizens.
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Colo. officer saves woman with disabilities from house fire–
A lit cigarette sparked the fire that injured both the woman and the officer who rescued her
Quiet Warrior: How a Florida deputy gave an infant a second chance at life–
For humble hero Jeremie Nix, his lifesaving efforts were never about being in the spotlight
NC cop uses Marvel costume to connect with teens, community–
Sgt. Clint Ferguson says his hobby "bridges the gap and shows [police] are human"
Quiet Warrior - K-9 Puskas–
Ep9: News footage of Puskas’ heroics quickly went viral in 2018 and made the 9-year-old police dog from Southern California an international star. But for Puskas and his handler, Officer Luis Galeana, the dramatic capture seen around the world was just another day on the job. “It's a good feeling to know that every time I get out of the car, he's always looking at me – always – and I know he's got my back," Galeana said.
A Quiet Warrior is a law enforcement, first responder or military personnel who serves their community through selfless acts of heroism.
To read more Quiet Warrior stories or to tell us about a Quiet Warrior in your community, visit us at Quiet-Warrior.com.
Colo. city's 'youngest officer' celebrates end of chemo with family, fellow cops–
Joshua Salmoiraghi was 3 when he was diagnosed with Wilms tumor, the most common type of childhood kidney cancer
Quiet Warrior: How a famous Calif. K-9 takes a bite out of crime–
K-9 Puskas, whose heroics captured the world’s attention earlier this year, lives to serve and protect his community
SWAT medic Ryan Starling explains why training is important–
Ryan Starling, a SWAT medic in San Bernardino County, is the top male Firefighter Service Open competitor in Southern California. He explains why training is important when serving his community.
Video: Ohio officer’s charitable work highlighted in 'Dirty Jobs' star’s new show–
Officer Lamar Sharpe runs a nonprofit that provides role models to the inner city youth of Canton, Ohio
Video: Deputies mow lawn for elderly Marine vet in need–
Deputies in Florida stepped in for a Marine vet in need of help
LEO gifts new bike to girl who had hers stolen–
A deputy in Arkansas is being credited for going above and beyond for a girl who had her bike stolen
Video: Officer helps homeless man shave beard for job–
A homeless man said he needed to be clean-shaven to get hired at a McDonald’s, so one officer stepped in and helped
Officers bring night vision goggles to veteran before he goes blind–
A Navy veteran, who’s 75 percent blind and about to lose his vision, had his wish fulfilled thanks to a Florida police department
Student who walked 20 miles to work helped by officers, gets new car–
A college student who walked 20 miles to work after his car broke down was gifted a new vehicle, and it all started after he was helped by a group of cops
Video: Officers, K-9 join boy with tumor to pray before brain surgery–
A young boy received some comfort from Georgia officers and a K-9 before undergoing brain surgery
Officers go above and beyond to help elderly woman in flooded house–
When officers responded to a call about a busted water pipe at a home, they not only braved a spewing kitchen water pipe to turn it off, but they also stayed to clean up
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