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Providing ultimate honor for ultimate sacrifice.

We honor the service and sacrifice of public safety heroes who give their lives in the line of duty — by caring for the loved ones they leave behind.

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UPDATE: The officer is conscious and doing well.

ORIGINAL POST: Our thoughts and prayers are with the men, women, and families of the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Police Department after an officer suffered a medical emergency on duty a short time ago. The incident occurred in the area of Coliseum Boulevard and East Washington Boulevard. The officer has been transported on an emergency basis to an area hospital.
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We are thankful for a positive outcome in Lexington, Kentucky, after a Lexington Police Sergeant was involved in a crash while responding to an emergency call. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of Richmond Road and Man o' War Boulevard. The Sergeant and a person from the other vehicle were transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. ... See MoreSee Less

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UPDATE: Sadly, the missing deputy's body has been recovered from the Tennessee River.

ORIGINAL POST: While this is not in our service area, we thought our followers would be interested:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the men, women, and families of the Meigs County (Tennessee) Sheriff's Office and, in particular, the family of a missing officer and deceased prisoner.

The missing officer made an arrest Wednesday evening and was transporting his prisoner to jail. But he never made it to the jail.

His patrol vehicle was recovered this afternoon from the Tennessee River. The body of his female prisoner was found in the back seat. A search is underway for the missing officer.

Meigs County is between Knoxville and Chattanooga.
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Testimonials

“When we experienced a line-of-duty death, I was so thankful for Supporting Heroes. They were onsite quickly and handled the logistics of the visitation and funeral – enabling me to focus on taking care of our agency and our deputy’s family. Everything was done to perfection! I am so thankful for this organization!”

Chaplain Mike Justice, Scott County Sheriff's Office (Georgetown, Kentucky)

“I can’t thank the Supporting Heroes staff and volunteers enough for their support after the loss of Chief Deputy Cash. They were here within hours for the Cash family, myself, and our agency. I was at a loss for what to do. They stepped in immediately and offered help and advice. This is a great organization!”

Sheriff Nicky Knight, Calloway County Sheriff's Office (Murray, Kentucky)

“I have watched the organization work for years and have always been impressed. And when my agency suffered a line-of-duty death, they were amazing!”

Chief Pat Walsh (Retired), McMahan Fire District (Louisville, Kentucky)

“They made a huge difference in our agency… We will always be indebted for their compassion and all they gave without asking anything in return.”

Sheriff Phillip Wimpee, Meade County Sheriff's Office (Brandenburg, Kentucky)