line of duty


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If you are a child who has lost a parent in the line of duty, or if you have a child and have lost a spouse in the line of duty, contact Fallen Patriots at 866-917-2373 for information on enrolling in the program.
Hunting For Heroes is a national organization that provides recreational therapy and counseling for law enforcement officers severely injured in the line of duty.
Allison, 36, who appears alongside Keeley Hawes, said she would have watched Line of Duty whether she was in it or not.
The clever thing about Blackout and Line of Duty is that the leads in both are antiheroes - bad men we still root for.
By contrast, fiveparter Line Of Duty, which ends next week, has been consistently excellent.
AND TO THE BRAVE OFFICERS WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE IN THE LINE OF DUTY
The average length of law enforcement service for the officers accidentally killed in the line of duty was 12 years.
Fisher became an Honorary Knight of the British Empire in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the welfare of the families of British Armed Forces personnel killed in the line of duty.
In the Line of Duty, Volume II: From Fort Macleod to Mayerthorpe by Robert Knuckle.
Officer Stewart died in the line of duty on November 28.
The Princess Royal was due to officially open a memorial today for nearly 200 police officers who lost their lives in the line of duty.
Local officers will honor those killed in the line of duty during a solemn ceremony today in downtown Eugene.