Becoming a law enforcement officer is the realization of a dream for many across the globe. When an officer is injured, that dream can become a nightmare for that officer, a family, an agency and a community.

The IACP Foundation’s new vision is that traumatically injured officers never feel abandoned. This drives everything we do.

With over 13,000 law enforcement officers injured annually in the United States, we are working tirelessly to raise awareness of this issue and help connect, support and strengthen officers and their families after a serious line of duty injury.

Join us by showing your support for these officers and their families. Download our Sign of Support and send us a picture with you, your colleagues, your family and anyone who stands with these officers. We will add it to our growing family of supporters.

Thank you for the work you do every day in our communities. We stand with you.

Chief Fahnestock

Vail PD: Thank you Vail Police Department in Colorado for your support!

Chief Fahnestock

Apex NC Command Staff: Thank you Apex Police Department Command Staff in North Carolina for your support!

Chief Dvorak

Thank you Chief Dvorak of the
Cambridge Police Department in Maryland

Chief Fahnestock

Thank you Chief Fahnestock of the Fuquay-Varina Police Department in North Carolina for your support.

Chief Beach

Join Chief Beach of the Longwood University Police Department in California as we ensure that injured officers #NeverFeelAbandoned.

Chief Grogan

Thank you Chief Grogan of the Dunwoody Police Department in Georgia for supporting us on #GivingTuesday!

Chief Cook

Thank you Chief Cook of the Alexandria City Police Department for your support of our new vision!

Chief Letteney

Thank you Chief Letteney of the Apex Police Department in North Carolina for your support – and nice ride!