Taking care of law enforcement families suffering from loss

Annual Membership Meeting - Sunday April 19th - 1:30 to 4pm
Axel's Restaurant
1318 Sibley Memorial Highway
Mendota MN 55150

Please come and celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary and enjoy a luncheon with other survivors. Vice President and Secretary will be elected. Please RSVP with Susan Mayerle at suemayerle@gmail.com if you will be attending lunch.

Advisory Board Meeting
Noon to 1pm at Axel's

Thank you to the following organizations for supporting MN C.O.P.S. in your 2014 Fundraising efforts! We appreciate you!
Wild Bill's Sport Saloons, Renegade Pigs, South Metro FOP, Big Lake Police Dept , Shawn Silvera Memorial Run, and Dakota County Sheriff's Ballin' in DC Basketball Tournament.

Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families and affected co-workers of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. Furthermore, C.O.P.S. provides training to law enforcement agencies on survivor victimization issues and educates the public of the need to support the law enforcement profession and its survivors.

 

 

Honoring
Fallen Officers

Name: Ward Lee Canfield

E.O.W.: March 2, 2000

Name: Thomas John Wyatt

E.O.W.: March 3, 2004

Name: Gary Paul Friedli

E.O.W.: March 4, 1998

Name: Keith Dees

E.O.W.: March 7, 2002

Name: Thomas Carroll

E.O.W.: March 10, 2009

Name: Patrick McCready

E.O.W.: March 10, 1991

Name: Terry Hanson

E.O.W.: March 11, 1994

Name: Nicholas Greenig

E.O.W.: March 14, 2006

Name: Paul Korber

E.O.W.: March 15, 1998

Name: James Fezatte

E.O.W.: March 29, 2008

The Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc.

 


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