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346 is our Hero
By John Casper
(5/14/16)
Trevor is a true hero. He will never be forgotten. What a great person. He will be missed ...

In Memory of, Sergeant Patrick McDonald
By Tom Riddle
(5/13/16)
First I would like to express my Deepest Sympathy to the Families of Our Nation's Fallen Heroes ...

LASD DEPUTY STEPHEN BLAIR
By Dana Blair (Widow)
(5/13/16)
You were brutally taken from us 21 years aho yesterday. It seems like yesterday and forever all wrapped up in one ...

Loving Memory for GrandDad
By Joyce Bigelow-Smith
(5/11/16)
In Loving Memory of our Father's Father we never knew; Robert Jacob Bigelow A man of Peace, a man in Blue. EOW 12/9/33 Altoona, Pa. motorcycle patrolman ...

Thinking of You.....
By Barbara Winsper
(5/9/16)
You are in my thoughts often ...

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How Many Officers Are Killed in Traffic-Related Incidents?
Source: NECN By Ally Donnelly
Date: March 17, 2016

Traffic-related incidents were the leading cause of death for law enforcement officers in 2015, killing 52 officers nationwide.

About 10 police officers per year are killed in ambushes, but five already in 2016
Source: The Washington Post by Tom Jackman
Date: March 14, 2016

Statistics show that since 2000, there have been about 9.5 ambush killings of law enforcement officers per year nationwide, and that the number has been declining in recent years, to about six per year. But this year is off to a horrible start.

Car crashes are a leading cause of state trooper deaths
Source: NJ Advance Media for NJ.com by S.P. Sullivan
Date: March 9, 2016

"Fifteen of the last 20 years, from a national perspective, traffic fatalities have been the leading cause of the death for police officers annually," said Steve Groeninger, a spokesman for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, which tracks line-of-duty deaths across the United States.

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