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The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s Destination Zero website is a repository of 250 of the most, innovative, and successful officer safety and wellness programs from across the country. These award-winning initiatives demonstrate how all law enforcement agencies, including small departments and those with limited budgets can excel in officer safety and wellness. The

Keeping Law Enforcement Safe during the COVID-19 Crisis

The Centers for Disease Control has issued specific guidelines for law enforcement to help officers stay safe during the current COVID-19 public health crisis. Sadly, no segment of our population will escape this persistent virus, including our law enforcement community. Officers are already used to facing the unknown, but this invisible enemy poses an immediate

Making Space on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is running out of room. Dedicated in 1991, the Memorial currently contains the names of 21,910 officers who died in the line of duty. Those names include officers who have given their lives as a result of shootings, traffic crashes, or deaths as a result of a medical condition

Memorial Commemorates 25th Anniversary with FBI National Academy

Dressed in the standard khaki cargo pants and green polo shirts, the members of the 266th Session of the FBI National Academy walked among walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on Wednesday night. As the sun started to set, they kneeled by the 20,789 names. Some sat nearby in silence, others etched names

Minnesota Wild Supports Law Enforcement at Special Game

On Tuesday night, the Minnesota Wild held their annual law enforcement night to honor and recognize Minnesota Law Enforcement. The Wild battled the Los Angeles Kings in an exciting game where the Wild came out on top in a final score of 6-3. This special night benefited the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, and each fan that

Law Enforcement Recognized Throughout Major League Baseball

On Saturday, September 17, the Cleveland Indians brought their entire “Tribe” out as the Indians battled the Detroit Tigers in extra innings as they continue to fight for the playoffs and a chance to win the American League Central. The Indians won 1-0. Not only was it a big win for the “Tribe” but it

Twin Cities Honor Law Enforcement on 9-11 Anniversary

The afternoon game on Sunday, Sept. 11, was a day to remember in the Twin Cities as the Minnesota Twins and the Cleveland Indians honored and recognized Minnesota law enforcement and paid tribute to those who died on the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. Great weather was on hand as more than 20,300 were

Kansas City Honors Law Enforcement

On Monday, July 18, the Kansas City Royals and Major League Baseball teamed up with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund as they hosted the annual Law Enforcement Night at the “K” as the World Series Champions Kansas City Royals battled the Cleveland Indians. The Royals beat the Indians in a final score of

Washington Nationals Host Law Enforcement Night

In the second game of a doubleheader, the Washington Nationals hosted law enforcement officers, their families and supporters on Saturday, May 14, 2016. Anne Arundel County State Attorney W‎es Adams joined Police Unity Tour members Maggie Deboard, Tim Benedict and Karen Bonz on the field for a pre-game ceremony.