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Police Lives Matter


We fight to keep police officers safe. Join us.

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Police Lives Matter


We fight to keep police officers safe. Join us.

Police lives matter.

It seems like an obvious position, but in today's changing world it needs to be stated loud and clear.

America is at a critical crossroads. Like never before, police officers are confronting new and lethal threats to their safety and well-being.

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Working with citizens like yourself, we fight to make life better for police officers and more difficult for those who do them harm. 

Read on to learn how, with the support of citizens like yourself, we are fighting back against the many threats to police officers. 


 

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Tell police officers you've got their back. Support our efforts.

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Police Chaplain Project


Police Chaplains: A Lifeline to Law Enforcement

Police Chaplain Project


Police Chaplains: A Lifeline to Law Enforcement

Join Us in Supporting Police Chaplains 

Police chaplains are critical to the spiritual survival of police officers.  

That’s why we are proud to support the Police Chaplain Project, a program that is raising public awareness about the vital role police chaplains play in the well-being of police officers and their families. 

Through the program, chaplains now have a platform to step up and speak out about the issues confronting police officers. 

“A chaplain’s oath of confidentially must not silence our voice on the public issues  that confront our nation,” said veteran Police Chaplain Dave Fair. “Through the Police Chaplain Project, we are sharing the voices and values of America’s police chaplains in ways that were once unimaginable.” 

Visit ChaplainUSA.


Do something few America's take the time to do...thank a chaplain.

 Featuring some of the most revered and accomplished police chaplains of the past 50 years.

Featuring some of the most revered and accomplished police chaplains of the past 50 years.

Citizens are urged to be a part of our FACEBOOK community and voice their support and thanks our police chaplains.

Your simple thank you will mean the world to those who have dedicated themselves to this often under-appreciated, but vital role.  

Driving a greater awareness among citizens of the vital role chaplains play within the law enforcement community.

"Police chaplains are essential to the spiritual survival of police officers and their families,” said Chaplain David Fair.  “Yet few citizens are familiar with the vital role they play. Police Chaplain Project is devoted to changing that."

Take a few minutes each week to say "good job" or "thank you". 


Binge watch police chaplains

 
 

Our chaplains respond to recent tragedies:

Veteran police chaplain Dave Fair shares some insights on how to engage and help heal those returning from Las Vegas.
Chaplain Andy Toopes offers some timely insights into responding to the spiritual needs of those impacted by a natural disaster.
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Targeting Police is a Hate Crime


Targeting Police Should be a Hate Crime

Targeting Police is a Hate Crime


Targeting Police Should be a Hate Crime

 

Targeting a police Officer should be a hate crime – support US IN making it one

We publicly advocate for extending hate crime protections to law enforcement officers. 

We believe assaults on police officers often constitute a HATE CRIME and the law should formally recognize it as such. 

A QUICK GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING THE ISSUE

Hoping to deter deadly attacks against police officers, some states want to expand hate-crime laws, which are traditionally confined to characteristics such as race and ethnicity, to cover people who work in law enforcement.

Nearly every state has a hate-crime statute that increases penalties for offenders motivated by hatred of a victim’s race, religion, sexuality or other personal characteristic.

In May 2016, Louisiana became the first state to add police to the list when it passed “Blue Lives Matter” legislation. Now half a dozen additional states are considering similar changes to their hate-crime laws.

Supporters argue the measures, which are backed by police, are a deterrent and send a strong message to police officers that the community stands behind them. 

See where your state stands on the issue in the interactive graph below:

Regardless of whether a crime qualifies as a hate crime, we advocate increased criminal penalties for those convicted of intentionally targeting police officers, firefighters or emergency medical crews.

Texas Update:

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reaffirmed his support on Monday, May 1, for the Police Protection Act. The new bill makes it a hate crime to target police officers or first responders. 

The announcement came during the Texas Peace Officer Memorial held at the Texas Capitol. The annual event honors Texas peace officers who have died in the line of duty.

“At a time when law enforcement officers increasingly come under assault simply because of the job they hold, Texas must send a resolute message that the state will stand by the men and women who serve and protect our communities,” said Governor Abbott.

 
 
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No Parole for Cop Killers


No Parole for Cop Killers

No Parole for Cop Killers


No Parole for Cop Killers

 

We believe

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We believe anyone convicted of intentionally targeting police officers, firefighters or emergency medical crews should face stricter criminal penalties and, if convicted, not be eligible for parole. Period!

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Our Chaplain David Fair on KXYL Talk Radio2 speaks about recents line of duty deaths.

Help us build public support for ending probation for cop killers and those who target our public safety personnel.

Let your friends and family know where you stand on this issue by sharing this website and our social media content.  


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