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Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3
03/09/2020

Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 3

STATEMENT FROM PRESIDENT MANCUSO

National Fraternal Order of Police
03/09/2020

National Fraternal Order of Police

On International Women's Day we want to acknowledge the incredible female officers across the globe who keep our communities safe.

National Fraternal Order of Police
03/08/2020

National Fraternal Order of Police

Don't FORGET tonight is DST!!!

👍 #FOPstrong
03/07/2020

👍 #FOPstrong

It was my great honor to patron this legislation on behalf of our public safety personnel. Virginia Fraternal Order of Police Virginia Beach Police Benevolent Association 34 Virginia Beach Professional Firefighters Virginia Beach Sheriff's Office Virginia Sheriffs' Association (VSA)

03/05/2020
National Fraternal Order of Police

👍 Making a difference.

#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily

Policing a community doesn't mean that you don't care about the community. Here's a perfect example. #BetterTogether

Long Beach Police Officers Association
03/05/2020

Long Beach Police Officers Association

First responders are especially vulnerable to all pandemic pathogens. Officers are required to respond all over the city to all sorts of incidents where people have poor hygiene. We continue to urge our officers and all first responders to take the time to constantly wash their hands and monitor their health. The guidelines in the picture below echo good advice from health professionals.

🇺🇸😥Rest easy Officer Ingram, we have the watch.#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily
03/04/2020

🇺🇸😥Rest easy Officer Ingram, we have the watch.

#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily

Our department is mourning the loss of an off-duty detective who passed away earlier today at her home in Waldorf.

Shortly before 10:00 am, first responders were called to the home of Corporal Danita Ingram for a medical emergency. Despite life-saving measures, Corporal Ingram passed away a short time later. At this time, there are no signs of any foul play.

“Our police family is deeply saddened at the loss of Corporal Ingram. She served this community and agency for more than a decade. She will be missed. On behalf of the entire Prince George’s County Police Department, I extend our deepest condolences to all who knew and loved her,” said Chief Hank Stawinski.
Corporal Ingram joined the Prince George’s County Police Department in 2008. She was assigned to the Bureau of Investigation, Narcotics Enforcement Division. She was 51 years old. She is survived by her four children, three sons and one daughter.

03/03/2020
National Fraternal Order of Police

National Fraternal Order of Police

Heart stopping body camera footage as a Fort Worth police
officer risks their life to pull a suicidal woman off a bridge after her family had called for help. Incredible work by this officer, a testament to what our men/women in uniform do everyday in this country. #GreatJob
Fort Worth Police Officers Association

National Fraternal Order of Police
03/03/2020

National Fraternal Order of Police

Today, Nashville wakes up to the devastating effects of an overnight tornado. Nashville is home to our NFOP headquarters & many of our employees. First responders are working diligently to clear the damage and care for their community. Join us as we #PrayForNashville's recovery.

Fairfax County Police Department
03/02/2020

Fairfax County Police Department

UPDATE: Person of Interest Identified in Fatal Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Crash

Thanks to your help, a man has been identified in connection with the fatal hit-and-run pedestrian crash that occurred on Feb. 29 on Old Colchester Road in Lorton. Detectives from our Crash Reconstruction Unit worked extensively to identify the vehicle and person of interest due to their investigative leads and tips received from the community. The case remains an active investigation and further updates will be provided.

Anyone who may have witnessed the crash is asked to contact the Crash Reconstruction Unit witness phone line: 703-280-0543.
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(Original release date: March 1, 2020)
Detectives Release Photo of Car and Person of Interest in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

Franconia Police District - Detectives from our Crash Reconstruction Unit have released a picture of a possible suspect vehicle and person of interest following a fatal hit-and-run crash that occurred on Saturday around 4:35 p.m. in Lorton.

Anyone who has information about this person or vehicle is asked to contact our Crash Reconstruction Unit at 703-280-0543. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Solvers by phone – 1-866-411-TIPS (866-411-8477), by text – Type “FCCS” plus tip to 847411, and by web – Click HERE. Download our Mobile tip411 App “Fairfax Co Crime Solvers”. Anonymous tipsters are eligible for cash rewards of $100 to $1,000 dollars if their information leads to an arrest.

(Original release date: March 1, 2020)
Fatal Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Crash in Lorton

Franconia Police District – Detectives from our Crash Reconstruction Unit are asking for the public’s assistance identifying a vehicle and its driver involved in a crash that resulted in the death of 28-year-old Joseph Lanza, of Lorton. Officers responded to the report of a crash involving a pedestrian in the 10000 block of Old Colchester Road on Saturday around 4:35 p.m. Preliminarily, detectives believe Lanza approached the roadway and was hit by a dark colored sedan with a silver or gray hood, possibly a Honda Prelude, traveling westbound on Old Colchester Road. The car did not stop and was last seen traveling west on Old Colchester Road. Lanza was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries. Speed and alcohol are unknown factors for the driver. Detectives have not yet determined if alcohol was a factor for the pedestrian.

Anyone with information about this crash is asked to contact our Crash Reconstruction Unit at 703-280-0543.

We’re doing our part to protect our communities, we hope others would do theirs.
02/29/2020

We’re doing our part to protect our communities, we hope others would do theirs.

"It’s unconscionable that Boudin would let someone with an illegal gun go free, only to allow them the opportunity to arm themselves again. Chesa Boudin is emboldening criminals and we are all going to pay a steep price for his absurd policies.”

National Fraternal Order of Police
02/28/2020

National Fraternal Order of Police

The FOP leads the way in representing law enforcement across this country. President Yoes and FOP leaders at the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Criminal Justice. #FOPStrong

Stories For The Soul
02/27/2020

Stories For The Soul

Officer Tim Purdy was dispatched to a situation involving a young autistic high school student who left the campus and may have been suicidal.

Due to the young man’s neuro-developmental disorder, he also had a history of displaying violent behavior.

In order to build a connection with the young man, Officer Purdy sat next to him on the ground, talked things through and even got him laughing.

Officer Purdy established trust and a relationship that allowed officers to get this young man the help that he so desperately needed.

There’s more to policing than making arrests and enforcing the law. Sometimes taking those extra little steps makes the biggest difference in someone’s life.

credit -- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
02/27/2020

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

To the suspect(s) driving around in a Black Lincoln Navigator stolen from the 700 blk of Rosemead Bl just after 8PM today in uninc #Pasadena:

Out of all the bad decisions you have made, at least make one good one & bring back the deceased person & casket inside the Navigator.

#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily
02/27/2020

#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily

Troop NYC - Rose Ramirez's 5th birthday celebration was an unforgettable experience. Thank you Rose for allowing us to share it with you.

Rose, the daughter of a Florida Highway Patrol Sergeant, is undergoing cancer treatments for Stage 4 neuroblastoma.

Troop NYC members are assisting her during her stay.

#teamprincessrose

Governor signs red-flag gun bill, tells sheriffs to enforce it or resign
02/26/2020
Governor signs red-flag gun bill, tells sheriffs to enforce it or resign

Governor signs red-flag gun bill, tells sheriffs to enforce it or resign

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed a red-flag gun bill Tuesday that will allow state district courts to order the temporary surrender of firearms, and she urged sheriffs to resign if they still refuse to enforce it.

We promote off duty carry because it’s better to have it available and not need it, than need it and not have it. Be saf...
02/26/2020

We promote off duty carry because it’s better to have it available and not need it, than need it and not have it.

Be safe!

Today, one of our deputies shot a man who broke into her Apopka home. The suspect was attempting to break into numerous homes in the area. He used this axe to bust through our deputy’s door and she shot him.

Our Deputy and her family are safe, and that’s what matters. The suspect is expected to survive.

🇺🇸 😥 Deputy Gillette, 37, was a USAF veteran who had served the Sumter County Sheriff's Office (SC) since 2013. He leave...
02/25/2020
South Carolina deputy shot, killed in line of duty; Suspect also killed

🇺🇸 😥 Deputy Gillette, 37, was a USAF veteran who had served the Sumter County Sheriff's Office (SC) since 2013. He leaves behind a wife and son, age 11.

Rest easy Deputy, we have the watch.

#ThinBlueLine #BlueLineFamily #EnoughIsEnough

A South Carolina law enforcement officer has died after being shot in the line of duty on Tuesday, February 25, officials confirm. Sumter County Sheriff Anthony Dennis said in a news conference Tuesday afternoon one of his deputies, Cpl. Andrew Gillette died at an area hospital from wounds suffered....

Please, move over. We just want to go home at the end of our shift.
02/25/2020

Please, move over.

We just want to go home at the end of our shift.

BLUE PRAYER REQUEST: Our Florida Highway Patrol Jacksonville Family Needs Your Prayers Tonight. A Trooper was injured on I-95 while providing traffic control for a construction lane closure. Trooper Jordan was struck from behind while seated in his patrol vehicle. Trooper Jordan & the other driver were transported to UF Health Jacksonville with serious injuries. Florida Please MOVE OVER. Our hearts are with the JORDAN Family | #GodBless #MoveOverFL #SendMe #PoliceFamily #FHP #TrooperJordan #PrayersOnTheWay #GodSpeed #ThinBlueLine #HERO #Warrior #SaluteTheBlueFamily #LEAP2 #WeStandWithYou #BlueFamily #HoldTheLineBrother #MoveOVER #BackTheBlue #SaluteTheBlue 🇺🇸⚫️🔵⚫️🇺🇸

City of Phoenix Police Department
02/25/2020

City of Phoenix Police Department

𝐂𝐚𝐮𝐠𝐡𝐭 𝐢𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐚𝐜𝐭: Thank you to the community member who captured this moment of kindness between one of our officers and an older gentleman who needed assistance walking.

The man was waiting for his wife and couldn’t navigate the busy mall parking lot alone, so Officer Mayfield held his hand, walking him safely back to his car. Shortly after this photo was taken, the same officer came upon another older couple trying to change a flat tire and stepped into help.

Thanks for making our community a better place to live Officer Mayfield. 👮‍♂️💙 #spreadkindness #itonlytakesaminute https://www.phoenix.gov/newsroom/993

#FOPstrong
02/24/2020

#FOPstrong

Patrick Yoes National FOP President sent the following letter to Secretary of Defense Mark Esper to raise concerns with respect to the Presidential Memorandum of 29 January 2020. #FOPstrong ‬

02/23/2020
Virginia House of Delegates Republican Caucus

Virginia House of Delegates Republican Caucus

House Democrats voted Friday to end mandatory reporting to law enforcement for serious crimes like sexual battery, stalking, and threats made against teachers.

"This law will make our students less safe, and I urge Governor Northam to veto it." -- House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert

National Fraternal Order of Police
02/23/2020

National Fraternal Order of Police

Blessed Are The Peacemakers

Police Officer Kenneth Reid Lester

Richmond Police Department, Indiana

End of Watch Monday, February 10, 2020

#EnoughIsEnough #EOW #OfficerDown #ThinBlueLine

02/22/2020
National Fraternal Order of Police

National Fraternal Order of Police

**Warning this video may be disturbing to some who view it, but it is the reality of what police officers face everyday.**

This is dramatic body camera video from a police officer in Harris County, Texas. Watch as this officer and an off-duty Commander from the Houston Police Department risk their lives chasing a suspect armed with a knife, as the suspect terrorizes a 24 Hour Fitness and then attempts to car jack an innocent citizen.

The officers continue to give chase, all the while ordering the suspect to drop the knife and to stop, and in an instant the suspects turns on them and tries to stab them. This is how fast it happens folks!

We are very thankful none of the citizens or officers were mortally injured during the suspects total disregard of human life.

Delegate Todd Gilbert
02/22/2020

Delegate Todd Gilbert

Democrats in Richmond took school safety in a dramatically different, and potentially dangerous, direction this week.

FOP Update - February 17
02/21/2020
FOP Update - February 17

FOP Update - February 17

The National FOP Legislative Office sends out the Washington Watch: Legislative Update every Friday to keep our members informed on the issues.

We encourage and promote issuing tourniquets and TECC training for LEOs; it’s best to have it and not need it, then need...
02/21/2020
Tourniquet Saved Life Of Baltimore Police Officer Shot Yesterday, Says Dr. Thomas Scalea Physician-In-Chief At Maryland Shock Trauma Center

We encourage and promote issuing tourniquets and TECC training for LEOs; it’s best to have it and not need it, then need it and not have it.

The life you save might be your own.

If you don’t have one, looking for suggestions with equipment or training, contact the Executive Board.

One of two police officers shot while trying to arrest a former state corrections officer yesterday in Baltimore was saved by the use of a tourniquet, said Dr. Thomas Scalea, Physician-in-Chief at R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center of the University of Maryland.

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