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Police Family Survivors Fund
6350 Horizon Drive
Titusville, FL 32780
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The American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens has served over 50,000,000 Americans with tips on self protection, home security, vehicle safety, rape prevention and more while continuing to assist family survivors. These programs are supported through the generosity of over 150,000 donors and members nationwide. Over the years, the vision for AFP&CC has grown to include crime prevention, public safety, police family survivor programs and the publication, "Police Family News".
The Police Survivors Fund, a program of the American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens, offers assistance to the families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. The organization monitors line of duty deaths across the nation and corresponds with over 22,000 law enforcement agencies. Records of each officer killed, how they died, the date and location of death are kept and made available. Family survivors are encouraged to participate in our programs specially designed for them. The program continues to expand as funds become available.
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Today is Johnathan's 11th birthday. He was so excited when he received his birthday box from the American Police Hall of Fame. We thank you, the staff, the members, and all the donors of the APHF for making his special day even more special. We love you all
Hope this message finds you well. Thanks so much for the wonderful gifts for Camille. They are all a big hit… I don’t know how you choose just the right gifts for every child, it’s amazing. A note from her is forthcoming.
On a side note, thank you for the summer camp check. Camille has been looking forward to equestrian camp for the past couple of months now! We will make sure to keep you posted on how that goes.
Again, many thanks to you all your members,
It was a beautiful service last night, yet so very heartbreaking. Overwhelming to hear all of those names, but comforting to see everyone come together. Thank you so much for all of the hard work that goes into the Memorial. We are all grateful.
Ps- So happy the rain stayed away.
I just wanted to say thank you to you and everyone there at APHF for the beautiful Mother’s Day bracelet. It was very thoughtful.
As Police week approaches my daughter and I are always humbled at those who remember my husband, and her father. We know he will never be forgotten.
Take care and thank you again for your thoughtfulness.
The American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens (AFP&CC) offers a number of programs and services that support the law enforcement community and specifically the surviving families of officers killed in the line of duty.