NLEOMF

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NLEOMFNational Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
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We're very fortunate to have partners like 5.11, who step up to support and honor the men and women who valiantly serve the citizens in their communities each day," said NLEOMF President and CEO Craig Floyd.
The check was presented to Craig Floyd, chairman and CEO of NLEOMF, by the IJIS Institute's chairman of the Board of Directors and the executive director, Mike Davis and Steve Ambrosini.
The average gift to the NLEOMF ranges from $15 to $20, said Wood.
Georgia was next with eight and Michigan with six, according to (http://www.nleomf.org/assets/pdfs/reports/Preliminary-2016-EOY-Officer-Fatalities-Report.pdf) NLEOMF.
Glock has made a five-year commitment to provide $2 million to the NLEOMF to help fund the National Law Enforcement Museum, which is projected to open in Washington, D.C., in 2016.
To curb this distressing trend, NLEOMF launched Drive Safely, which educates the public about safer driving habits to help keep officers safe on the road.
Last year, Glock committed to giving NLEOMF $2 million over five years.
Additional information is available through the NLEOMF Web site at http://www.nleomf.
Smith was the 64th officer to be killed from a firearm-related incident in 2016, increasing the total number of overall police officer (http://www.nleomf.org/facts/officer-fatalities-data/?referrer=http://www.ibtimes.com/police-shooting-statistics-2016-how-many-officers-are-killed-gunfire-2455933) fatalities to 135 , according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), a database that tracks the death toll of police officers nationwide.
Officer fatalities have increased by 20 percent in 2016, with more than 60 percent of police deaths resulting from a gun-related fatality, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), a national database that tracks the death toll of police officers within the U.S.