Under the "Direct Support Initiative," supporters can donate directly to any specific officer-support initiative. Simply enter the specific initiative, officers' name and/or the related crisis and we will make the connection with the officer or family to issue the support.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Fallen Officer Foundation is taking its pro-police message nationwide, beginning with New York City's Times Square to show law enforcement officers that we have their backs. According to Dr. Tre Pennie, President of The National Fallen Officer Foundation, "Over the last decade, corresponding with the rise of radicalized movements in the U.S., there has been an increase of attacks on our nation's law enforcement." He stated that police officers have faced significant challenges ranging from physical to political attacks just because of their occupation.
By Ashley Keehn, KION 5/46 News
APTOS, Calif. - First responders from Santa Cruz County took on the stairs at Seacliff State Beach in Aptos Wednesday morning to honor the men and women who gave their lives in hopes of saving others 18 years ago.
Aptos-La Selva firefighter Steve Vratny brought the idea to his coworkers several months ago and said they were immediately on board.
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