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You Can Make a Difference for Officers and Their Families

You can tell the story of American law enforcement and honor the heroes who keep us safe.

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You can show your commitment to American law enforcement, and make it a reflection of your values of honor, service, and community. It’s up you and all of us at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, working together, to inspire citizens to value and respect law enforcement for the lifesaving work that officers do throughout this country.

You can tell the story of American law enforcement with a gift that has an impact now or with a gift in your will, trust, or other account that becomes your personal legacy of honor.

Join us in this special act of generosity and dedication for the law enforcement heroes who keep us safe.

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Why the Memorial Fund Needs You

An officer is killed in the line of duty every 63 hours in the United States, and yet, knowing the risks, officers serve our communities with courage. This is why it’s vital for the public to know the story of American law enforcement. You can help. With a gift that has an impact now or one that creates your legacy, you can be part of building the National Law Enforcement Museum, maintaining the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, and furthering vital research that will make it safer to serve.

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Meet People Like You

Our supporters come from all walks of life, all races and creeds, and all professions, yet we share one driving force – to tell the story of American law enforcement. We believe in democracy and decency, and we believe that it’s up to us to preserve them for our children and grandchildren.

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Shared Vision

We are dedicated to telling the story of American Law Enforcement and making it safer for those who serve. The Memorial Fund built and maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. and is currently working to preserve our nation’s law enforcement history through the construction of the new National Law Enforcement Museum.

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