Promises Kept

Former police officer, Harry Herington, made a promise to his partners just as thousands of officers do today – "If something happens to me, take care of my family."

Today as the CEO of NIC Inc., he continues that promise with Ride4Cops – an initiative to support the families of fallen officers.

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Join the ride, remember our fallen heroes, support survivors, and help us continue the Ride4Cops promise.

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Support for Survivors

Remembering survivors of fallen law enforcement heroes means encouraging them with your care and concern, and also making sure they are aware of and have access to professional resources available. Below is a list of just some of the many professional organizations and information to help survivors:

C.O.P.S. Chapters
List of local C.O.P.S. Chapters

C.O.P.S. Kids/Teens Programs and Summer Activities
Children who have lost a parent to a line-of-duty death can participate in special activities.

Hands-On Programs
Programs designed specifically for each survivorship to help rebuild their shattered lives.

National Counseling Programs
Survivors from all across the nation gather for in-depth grief work and issue-oriented information sharing

National Law Enforcement Memorial
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is the nation's monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty

Public Safety Officers Benefits Program
If approved as a line-of-duty death a Federal death payment is made to eligible survivors.

Scholarship Program
Provide financial assistance to surviving children and to surviving spouses of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.