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America's Most Wanted Films at the Memorial

America's Most WantedFOX television show America's Most Wanted and host John Walsh visited with Memorial Fund Chairman & CEO, Craig W. Floyd during National Police Week to film an interview at the Memorial site. John and Craig discussed the Memorial Fund's efforts to build the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum.

Craig's interview is available now at Additional Police Week coverage will be featured on the June 4th edition of America's Most Wanted at 9pm EST.

National Police Week 2011

2011 National Police WeekThank you to everyone who participated in National Police Week 2011. Once again, the outpouring of support for the law enforcement community was truly touching.

An estimation of over 20,000 individuals attended the annual Candlelight Vigil on May 13, 2011.

For a full recap of Police Week events, along with photos, please visit the Memorial Fund's blog and Flickr pages.

Save the Date - Law Enforcement Ride and Run to Remember

LE Ride and Run to Remember LogoThe first ever Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember will be held on October 16, 2011 at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The Ride & Run is a fun, community-oriented athletic event designed to honor the contribution and sacrifice law enforcement officers make every day.

  • Metric Century Ride (62 miles)
  • Half Metric Century Ride (31 miles)
  • Quarter Metric Century Ride (15 miles)
  • 5K Run
  • Community Festival

Register now at

Police Officer III Dana Binion Named Officer of the Month

Dana Binion May 2011When it is a challenge to isolate just one heroic action or remarkable contribution by an officer, it is evident that the officer’s role in serving his or her community is noteworthy and deserving of special recognition. Officer Dana Binion is a 32-year law enforcement veteran. His tenacity and cutting-edge approach to law enforcement has well served the residents of West Los Angeles.

While officers on patrol in marked cruisers provide a sense of security and perhaps a deterrent to most crimes, they are not as effective in stopping a car theft in progress. In 1992, Officer Binion and Officer Paul Kanary became the founding members of the West Los Angeles (WLA) Surveillance Detail, a program developed to identify suspects that commit auto-related crimes and burglaries, connect those suspects to the crimes, and direct responding units into affect the arrest.

At first, only Officers Binion and Kanary were assigned to this Detail and were deployed to some of the highest crime areas in the City of Angels. In unmarked vehicles, they canvassed neighborhoods and tracked down known criminals and suspects connected to auto theft and burglaries; their weapon of choice was the car’s radio.

Read the rest of Police Officer Binion's inspiring story.

Dover International Speedway Salutes Law Enforcement

Support law enforcement at the third Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Day at Dover International Speedway! Join us for a full day of events and the “Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup” race at Dover International Speedway on October 2, 2011. A portion of the proceeds from ticket package sales will benefit the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Buy your tickets today! Visit to purchase your tickets. Use Code: NLEOMF11 at checkout.*

*Offer expires September 16, 2011

May 2011

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How did you observe National Police Week 2011?

  1. Attended the Candlelight Vigil/Service in Washington, DC

  2. Watched the Candlelight Vigil webcast

  3. Attended a local Candlelight Vigil/Service

Click here to give us your answer and view poll results!

Shop NLEOMF to Support Law Enforcement
Medallion Cufflink Set
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 Leather Clad Travel Mug
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Cross Pen and Pencil Set
Cross Writing Instruments

2011 Officer Fatalities

Preliminary Total May 26th


Fatalities Details

5.11 Tactical 9/11 Logo

As part of the 10th anniversary commemorating the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, 5.11 Tactical designed a special product line to honor Public Safety Officers involved in incidents on 9/11 and donate all profits to three funds that pay tribute to those who serve.

The goal is to donate $250,000 to the FDNY Foundation for fire service, and $250,000 for EMS operations, and $250,000 to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. View all 9/11 Tribute products at

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