"Number of Police Officers Killed On The Job
Up 40 Percent over last Year."

www.foxnews.com
July 15, 2104

 

"Police officer deaths…are on pase to rise for the second straight year."  "…the numbers suggest that recent cuts in local law enforcement training and equipment budgets
because of the economy may be contributing to the increase in deaths."

www.usatoday.com
July 21, 2011

 

Our Mission: To Reduce the Numbers of Law Enforcement Officers Injured and Killed in the Line of Duty Through Training and Education and Support Those that Risk Their Lives Every Day for the Safety of Our Community

We Fulfill Our Mission in Three Ways…

     
Advanced Training   Equipment Grants

Advanced TrainingOffered FREE to law enforcemnt officer nationwide is our major focus.

While each agency and department offers quality training for new and current officers, training budgets are limited. To help supplement training resources to help keep our officers safe, APSA develops FREE training programs for officers nationwide, through our training organization, the Police Officers Safety Association.

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Through our Equipment Grant Program, APSA awards grants to under-funded law enforcement department to buy safety equipment and supplies.

Available to law enforcement departments nationwide, these grants help save lives and keep our officers safe on the street.

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Survivor Assistance   Public Safety Programs

APSA provides assistance to families of officers killed in the line of duty. The loss of a law enforcement officer and family member is a tragedy for both the community and families alike.  Your support helps APSA provide financial aid to the help the daughters, sons, and spouses of fallen officers.

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APSA also develops and distributes FREE educational and public safety programs to increase personal safety and help secure our communities.

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Your Generosity Will Help Save Lives

 

APSA is an independent organization, not affiliated with the Association for Police and Sheriffs or the U.S. Deputy Sheriff's Association
 

 

 

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