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Witness to History:
Boston Marathon Bombing

Witness to History: Boston Marathon Bombing

The April 15, 2013, terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon finish line rocked the nation and put Boston on high alert. Boston police officers, firefighters, and EMS rushed to help the hundreds of wounded bystanders. The five-day manhunt ended just outside Boston in suburban Watertown, Massachusetts. 

Join us for a special Witness to History on Wednesday, October 7. RSVP by October 5.

Officer Fatality Update
September 30, 2015

Sept 2015 Officer Fatalities






Firearms   30
  37   -19%
Traffic   42   31   +35%
Other   26   17   +53%

The Memorial Fund partners with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) VALOR program, designed to reduce felonious officer deaths. Check out more officer safety-related content.

Ride & Run To Remember
Time is running out to register for our Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember on October 10-11 in Washington, D.C. You can register online today, or on-site. Need more information? Visit our site or check out our video.

Officer of the Month Award
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Officer Jessica Hawkins of the Greenville (SC) Police Department as the recipient of its Officer of the Month Award for September 2015. Learn more...
OTM 2015 September Hawkins

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Law Enforcement Appreciation Events
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10/13 7:00 pm San Jose Sharks at Washington Capitals Tickets
12/3 7:30 pm Arizona Coyotes at Detroit Red Wings Tickets
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WHS BBQ Schedule 2015

"The Year of Fear: Machine Gun Kelly and the Manhunt That Changed the Nation" by Joe Urschel

In an America where the exploits of legendary gangsters like Al Capone and Machine Gun Kelly have almost entirely faded from living memory, it’s the task of earnest historians to cut through the pulp fiction and tell it like it was. The brazen bootleggers and racketeers of the 1920s and ‘30s were colorful enough, but they were mainly products of their time – nasty, brutish, short-lived avatars of Prohibition, the Depression, and crude capitalism. Read more about 'The Year of Fear.'

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Author's Night with Joe Urschel


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