Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis Accepts Award for the film ‘Patriots Day’ Winner of the Memorial Fund’s 2017 Excellence in Media Award, the film ‘Patriots Day’ follows the story of fictional Boston Police Officer Tommy Saunders, as he watches the FBI, Boston Police Department and surrounding municipalities join forces to catch the terrorists behind the 2013
Heather Mac Donald The Memorial Fund’s Excellence in Media Award is presented to individuals or groups within the journalism, news, media and/or entertainment industries who have made an exceptional contribution to the law enforcement profession. Heather Mac Donald, the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, received the Memorial Funds Excellence in Media Award for
Sean Hannity Sean Hannity was one of the recipients of the Memorial Fund’s Excellence in Media Award for 2017. This award is presented to individuals or groups within the journalism, news, media and/or entertainment industries who have made an exceptional contribution to the law enforcement profession.
Blue Bloods BLUE BLOODS, recipient of the Memorial Fund’s 2016 Excellence in Media Award, is a television drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement. Frank Reagan is the New York Police Commissioner, and heads both the police force and the Reagan brood. He runs his department as diplomatically
Greta Van Susteren Ms. Van Susteren has been a steadfast supporter and advocate of law enforcement. She has more recently devoted a considerable amount of air time on her weekday show On The Record in support of law enforcement officers by detailing their service and sacrifice they make, and the work they do to keep
Joseph A. Wambaugh, Jr. Joseph Aloysius Wambaugh, Jr. is a bestselling author credited with transforming the sub-genre of the police novel into serious writing that is both harrowing and humorous, comic and tragic. His first four books and his work on the Police Story television series in the 1970s set new standards for subsequent law
Bill Erfurth and Modern City Entertainment From November 1981 to 2007, Bill Erfurth was an officer with the Miami-Dade (FL) Police Department. Beginning his career in 1981 and working his way up the ranks to Lieutenant, Bill was assigned as Commander of the Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) in 1997, which became the most productive unit