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AFP&CC has served over 9,000,000 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. The American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizens (AFP&CC) was incorporated in 1978 to serve the rank and file police officer. 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". As the program focus has grown, so has support from the public.
Throughout the year there are various projects that provide opportunities for volunteers. Thousands of hours have been given by individuals and groups throughout the United States to help families who have lost a loved one in the line of duty as well as to educate families about safety and crime prevention issues.
Volunteers commonly help with the following:
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Capt. Brian C. Smith, (Ret.)
Chicago Heights, IL
Executive Vice President
Deputy Peter J. Kolovos
Des Plaines, IL
Sergeant At Arms
August J. Scott
Richard G. Abrams
New Haven, CT
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.