Chicago Commander Paul Bauer- killed in the line of duty…leaves behind wife & teenage daughter!
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We are Law Enforcement Family for 25 years and pride ourselves on transparency. We have a true passion to help make our Community better. After all, we're all in this together.
Jessica Langgin, Executive Director
Let's Back the Blue!
You are not broken, you are not a coward, you are not suffering from a mental health issue. You are wounded; moral injuries are invisible and deeply embedded in our soul. We are bringing practical help to those that are seeking to find the healing of soul wounds
Fallen Locust Grove officer. The 26-year-old was married, had a young child and his wife is expecting another baby any day now.
Back the Blue 5K and Williamson County F.O.P. Lodge 197 have partnered to host the first Back the Blue 5K in Marion, IL. Proceeds from the race will go to programs such as Cops and Kids, Scholarships and the Death Benefit Account.
Back the Blue 5K and Bellville Police Department have partnered to host the first Back the Blue 5K in Bellville, Texas. Proceeds from the race will go to CASA for Kids.
Theresa ann was invited to run with her friends, police officers, In L.A. on april 8th. She will be in her uniform carrying the thin blue flag.
After several heart attacks, retired PA State Trooper Steve Krouse is in need of some financial assistance just to get through the increasingly difficult time they face right now while healing.
OFFICER DIAGNOSED WITH STAGE 4 KIDNEY CANCER - PLEASE HELP Your donations through this link are 501c3 tax deductible.
Deputy Daniel McCartney, a Pierce County deputy has died after being shot responding to a robbery call. Your donations through OfficerDown.US are 501c3 tax deductible.
Officer lost job due to medical condition with overwhelming bills
While attempting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, Deputy David Moats died of a sudden illness leaving behind his wife and two children.
Back the Blue 5K and Orlando Police Department have partnered Back the Blue 5K in memory of Lt. Debra Clayton. The tax-deductible monies raised will go to Debra's family.