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End of Watch: June 17, 2017



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Memorial Fund in the News

NLEOMF Announces New COO, National Law Enforcement Museum Executive Director
Source: Police Magazine
Date: June 8, 2017

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has announced the hiring of David L. Brant who will serve as the Memorial Fund's Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director of the National Law Enforcement Museum, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2018 in Washington, DC's historic Judiciary Square.

Detroit Tigers to honor Michigan's fallen officers
Source: ABC WZZM13 by Matt Gard
Date: June 7, 2017

The team will be raising money and awareness for the National Law Enforcement Museum which is being built right now in Washington, DC. They'll also be honoring the seven officers killed in Michigan in 2016.

Local FWC officer wins national award
Source: News Channel 7 | WJHG.com
Date: May 24, 2017

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has named David Brady as the May 2017 recipient of the Officer of the Month Award.

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Linebacker Pastor Joel Jones and his wife of 43 years, AnnaLisa Jones, intervened when they witnessed a CHP officer being attacked. (Credit: Evan Sernoffsky, SFGATE)

Ex-linebacker pastor who tackled CHP attacker: ‘No one is dying today’

Joel Jones doesn’t believe there are coincidences in life.

So when the 61-year-old East Bay pastor and his wife followed an erratic freeway driver who went on to viciously attack a California Highway Patrol officer near American Canyon over the weekend, he knew he was there for a reason.

Jumping in and subduing the suspect on the shoulder of Interstate 80, Jones said, was God’s plan for him. Fortunately for him — and less so for the attacker — he was uniquely prepared for the task as a former college linebacker and retired cop.

Run for the Badge

Run for the Badge 2016

Join us for the Run for the Badge on October 14, starting at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial! In addition to encouraging support for law enforcement, your participation and fundraising helps us honor the contribution and sacrifice officers make every day. All proceeds benefit the Memorial Fund.

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