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Four officers from Maryland and Virginia and four federal agents who lost their lives in the performance of duty over the past 12 months are being recognized during October 15 ceremony in Washington, DC WASHINGTON, Oct.
Citizens are encouraged to share photos showing they 'will always remember' officers who have died in the line of duty; photo contest winner will receive travel package to attend National Police Week 2010 WASHINGTON, Oct.
Pre-race ceremonies to remember fallen officers; driver Jeff Gordon features National Law Enforcement Museum on his No.
Attorney General Holder delivers keynote address, leads lighting of candles as 387 names are dedicated on National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial WASHINGTON, May 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With U.S.
Grant Also Funds Domestic Violence Prevention Program at Museum; Actor and Director Eric Close, of CBS' 'Without A Trace,' Takes Part in Launch Event WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund announced Monday (May 4) that it received a $1.5 million grant from the Verizon Foundation to develop educational and interactive technology programs at the planned National Law Enforcement Museum. The facility, to be located in Judiciary Square, will be the...
Officers from Prince George's County (MD), Los Angeles County (CA) and Pell City (AL) who died in 2008 are among the first names to be engraved this year on the nation's monument to fallen law enforcement officers WASHINGTON, April 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Last June 27, Prince George's County Police Corporal Richard Findley was part of a team of officers attempting to stop and arrest the occupants of a stolen vehicle in Laurel, Maryland.
New timeline and cost-saving measures announced to deal with tough economic realities WASHINGTON, Feb.
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