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Past Media Articles and “links” For My Charity Operation Morning Star

ARCHIVED LINK NEXT WHICH REVEALS DETAILS ABOUT MISSION OF OMS!

http://web.archive.org/web/20070831224707/http://www.operationmorningstar.org

Thought I would start this blog with a few words about this KKK Schmuck (Yiddish = “little penis”) named Scott Prentice who started messing with me because he is one of those Satan led he/she androgynous closet Nazi’s who hates Native Americans! He hacked into my web page  removed content and THEN committed a “unforgivable sin” and REMOVED THE RADIO RECORDING OF A SUICIDE PROGRAM THAT WAS SAVING NATIVE LIVES IN THE ROSEBUD RESERVATION. But that is who this Free Masonic Sodomite is…a Lucifer worshipping demon in the flesh after the order of a George Custer! Someday “we shall meet”!

Next are a few “archived” links for your reading pleasure to get a idea of what Operation Morning Star was and did. I was able to find a few news articles but the majority were “server removed” by the Independence Examiner’s new KKK BOY PUBLISHER Steve Curd. The Kansas City KKK Star did the same thing. This area is a Indian Hating area…just look at it’s history and what I had to deal with like with HY VEE, INDEPENDENCE EXAMINER, KANSAS CITY STAR, ALL THE COUNTRY STATIONS IGNORING FOOD DRIVES, KCXL 1140 AND THE JEWISH COMMUNITY!

This blog is a bit sloppy but…for some of my

Scott Prentice, race hater of American Indians who he calls "SAVAGES"   

Hey PUNK…SUE ME!

Scott Prentice, South Dakota Race Hater Of American Indians 

2/12/13 by Richard Boyden -Founder of Operation Morning Star -United States Marine Corp Combat Veteran

THIS Operation Morning Star web page was hacked and deleted on Feb. 8/9,  2013 (as was my (Richard Boyden web page)  by South Dakota racist and hater of American Indians, Scott Prentice. He deleted this page for one reason only, he considers them “SAVAGES” and thus totally rejects their history and claims to treaty land etc. as well as delegating them to a “sub-human” status equal to that of animals.

I consider Prentice to be a representation of and a historical and spiritual reincarnation of another fellow Free Mason/ KKK member, President Andrew Jackson. Jackson  who was founder of the modern Democratic Party and greatest Indian killer of all American Presidents.

Prentice agrees with Jackson’s urging of United States troops “…to root out from their ‘dens’ and kill Indian women and their ‘whelps'” (Stannard, p. 240).

Prentices hero Jackson adopted the habit of cutting off his victims’ noses as trophies to commemorate his exploits. He earned the name “Sharp Knife” from Creek Indians for his penchant for skinning victims and using the cured and braided tissue as reins for his ponies (Takaki, 1994). Connect this historical dot to why the Operation Morning Star “index page” was deleted by Prentice and you then understand the seething demonic hate that rules this mans heart.

Prentice further confirmed his hate for American Indians by removing every single story and link that exposed the “same spiritual and temporal racism” of Whites like Jackson among others.

In other words, Prentice the KKK/Freemasonic racist agrees totally with the United States Government, Whites, Jews, and Church’s, of the hateful and evil treatment of those who he calls “SAVAGES”

In talking with a representative of the Justice Department, this is a federal crime and which is being reported to the FBI with the help of a Black Congressman and friend of Attorney General Eric Holder. And we all know how Holder feels about White/KKK racists!

Questions? Contact me at richardboyden@gmail.com

THESE LINKS HAVE GOVERNMENT HISTORY OF DRUG IMPORTING INTO RESERVATIONS AND HISTORY WITH PHOTO’S OF TRIPS TO RESERVATIONS…IF YOU ARE INTERESTED THAT IS!

http://web.archive.org/web/20130616040633/http://afrocubaweb.com:80/montananarcomurders.htm

http://web.archive.org/web/20031224121701/http://www.operationmorningstar.com

http://web.archive.org/web/20090102213743/http://www.operationmorningstar.org:80/Indian%20Country%20Christmas%20Trip%2007.htm

http://web.archive.org/web/20090102213749/http://operationmorningstar.org:80/Seven_Examples_of_Incognito_Genocide_In_Indian_Country.htm

 

Suicide work and radio program deleted by catholic church PEDOPHLE PRIEST JOHN HATCHER…ROSEBUD RESERVATION   http://web.archive.org/web/20090102184441/http://www.operationmorningstar.org:80/Catholic_Church_Removes_Suicide_Prevention_Program.htm

http://web.archive.org/web/20090102185101/http://operationmorningstar.org:80/A_Holocaust_The_American_Brand.htm

http://web.archive.org/web/20140331085502/http://www.operationmorningstar.org

Referral Letters

This letter is in reference to the 0/4 Full Semi Load delivered for a “Christmas Giveaway”! About 30 tons of “GIFTS” for distribution to this community.

Unfortunately, while I was away from the high school gym, that night, 3 pick up trucks and a van came and filled up before the “give away” on the 26th! GRRR!  This theft was witnessed by 3 members of the community. How sad and NO, I did not report it to the police. I will let the Creator deal with “them”. He always does sooner or later 🙂

Sat, 31 Dec 2005

Mr. Boyden,

 

On behalf of the residents and community members of the Red Shirt Community of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, we would like to humbly thank the sponsors and people who opened their hearts and donated much welcomed articles of clothing, gifts, the gift of warmth and food for our residents.

 

Red Shirt currently has a population of roughly 200 people who are residing 56 miles from Pine Ridge, and 40 miles from Rapid City.  Our unique rural area has both advantages and disadvantages.  Located on the edge of the Badlands National Park, the residents of the Red Shirt Community have a great need for self sufficiency and economic development. The solution lies within us and the ability to look forward and actually envision a future is paramount to the development of our community in the areas of jobs, housing, economic development.

 

My name is Roxanne Two Bulls and I am the Chairwoman elect in this community and believe strongly in capacity building efforts by this community to help us help ourselves. Your unselfish acts and generosity made a huge impression on this community and we are thankful  for all of the staff of Operation Morning star and also the kind people who opened thier hearts to those in need.

 

Pilamaya!

Roxanne Two Bulls

Dec. 29, 05

Hello Richard,

I just wanted to email you and thank you for coming to our community. There was so much, I took things to an extended family in Rapid City. I recently let my son (Hunter) go live with his grandmother and dad in Rapid city. I took things to them also. While you were here, you told me about the website, operation morningstar. I finally had time to get online and take a look at it. It’s nice. I am wondering if you would be able to help my son’s grandmother, Lucy Little? Hunter’s aunt Marta had a terrible accident in the first part of December and she was sent to Minnesota. Rochester, I think. She had a major operation and the outcome isn’t very good. I know it will break Lucy’s heart if she dies over there. I don’t think she can bear losing another one of her kids. She had two sons die, one back in the 80’s, he was the twin to Dave (the one you met at the gym) and he was in the Marine Corp too. If there is anything you can do, it would help tremendously.

Well, Happy New Year.

Patsy Two Bulls, Red Shirt Community, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

 

This letter was in 98 when I interviewed Melissa Buckles when no one else would. I was a talk radio show host in KC Missouri and she shared information about US Govt. involvement in the smuggling of drugs from Canada into the US through her “reservation”. Over 35 tribal members were killed in connection to what was going  on and the number rose after and with no interference or investigation by the FBI…hint hint! 🙂

Hau Koda,
Caze Mitawa Wamni Wakan Wiya, Emakiyabi MelissaBuckles, enrolled on the Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux
Tribes, Reservation in Montana and residing thereon.

I read a response you sent to Richard Boyden regarding his website and content.

I have known Richard Boyden since approx. 1997.  At that time he was a talk show host on an AM radio station in Liberty, Missouri.  He had heard about the corruption and sanctioned drug trafficking here on our reservation as well as my efforts to bring the issue to mainstream media.  He offered to interview me and others regarding our problems.  As a result of his kindness and understanding in providing us one of very few media voices, he suffered.  He assisted in bringing attention to our situation which has had its effects on the corruption we are dealing with.  He took a chance on us and gave us a voice when no one else would.

Since that first interview I have come to know him professionally as well as personally.  I know him to be a man of his word, he is not a well intentioned “bring the Indians to Christ” advocate, he is a man who does good works and views our native religion with the utmost respect, just as my people are taught to respect all religions.

Through my legal work with our local treaty organizations and the contact we maintain with numerous tribes, I am also aware of his work on the Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations in South Dakota.

His website provides many links and the key words do not necessarily reflect the content of the documents or sites.

I would hope that you would review the content of the links offered on his site. I hope that you would put aside whatever “past experiences” (which all of us have had as Native People) and look with an open mind at the work this man is accomplishing and work together in raising volume on our Native Voices throughout the world.

I hope that my writing has not offended you in any manner.  My intentions were to give you some insight as to who this man is and the work he has done & continues to do.

Pidamaya,
Mitakuye Oyasin

Melissa Buckles
Pi

 

This letter is one of about 5 from my former students at Haskell Indian Nations University where I taught “Introduction to Radio Broadcasting”.

I created this accredited “3 credit hours” class which was approved by Haskell. My students stated it was the best class they ever had and I am a FULL BLOODED WHITE MAN! 🙂

Tribal Chairman, Tribal Council, and people of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation,

The class “Introduction to Radio Broadcasting” taught by our Instructor Mr. Richard Boyden, and which was offered at Haskell Indian Nations University this Fall 2000 semester, was an eye-opening experience. The material matter covered in class is information which is not widely available to the vast American Public.

I am thankful to be aware of such matters as Freemasonry, disease-causing-vaccinations, Native American rights, and a vast array of other topics. I enjoyed researching my chosen radio program topic weekly. This exercise helped me to understand the issues mentioned above with deeper meaning. My weekly research was the best part of the class, because it was a consistent exercise in investigative journalism.

I also enjoyed the weekly class discussions. Being able to be broadcast live on the radio in Kansas City, Missouri was the highlight of my experience in “Introduction to Radio Broadcasting.” The topic I chose to research was “The Presidential candidates and how their election may affect Indian Country.” This was fruititous because it happened to be the Thursday before the election.

Being broadcast live over the radio was helpful in developing my “radio voice” and also to experience first-hand the necessary work which must be put into only one program. It is a lot of work.

Another great experience was the field trip to Kansas University’s radio broadcasting building. I learned how the radio machinery works and how the tight time schedule they operate by is necessary to assure radio quality.

Overall, the “Introduction to Radio Broadcasting” class was the best college course I have taken thus far. I felt excited to attend every class because the way in which class is held is like an open forum, where ideas are shared and better understood. Thank you so much for your cooperation in making this course possible.

Sincerely,

Christopher Stachura

Christmas Trip to the “Green Grass” Community on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in December 0/6. 

They include Blue River Community College Students Gifts and a BIG SCREEN TV to the Cheyenne River Battered Women’ Shelter. 

These photos are NOT scaled down so if you are “dial up”, it may take a while. 

Also, they speak for themselves with those involved here and those Lakota Oyate at Cheyenne River. There is one of Tribal Chairman Joseph Brings Plenty standing next to me in front of the Sacred Heart Battered Women’s Shelter in Eagle Butte where the Big Screen TV went. 

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SHORT OVERVIEW OF HISTORY AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF OPERATION MORNING STAR

A Few Photos of Past OMS Activity to the Oglala Sioux Tribe

  • Photos of Christmas Trip to Cheyenne River Sioux in 0/6 We delivered a brand new donated BIG SCREEN TV to the Sacred Heart Battered Women’s Shelter on the Rez. Donated by students from Blue River Community College along with 60 box’s of other needed items, clothes, appliances, furniture, and food.

The 06 Christmas trip was made possible by the Conservative Jewish Congregation of Beth Shalom Congregation in Kansas City, They financed the rental and fuel costs for the Penske Truck used for that trip. It is a LOVING Jewish Congregation under the leadership of Rabbi Scott White. I call them “Jews after the example of Jesus”! 🙂

A donation in late 0/6 of  23 NEW wood burning stoves and piping from Victorian Sales allowed us to deliver “HEAT” to homes without. These went to Cheyenne River, Rosebud, and Standing Rock Tribal Members in 12/06 and 2/07…in 2007 because when we returned to CRST in Oct. 0/7, the stoves delivered in Feb. 0/6 were NOT delivered to those in need. 

According to the Property and Supply workers under Galan Means, the reason they were not delivered was because the stoves were “to heavy”! With permission of Tribal President Joseph Brings Plenty, I “repossessed” the HEAVY stoves with the help of two men from the substance abuse treatment center, and we delivered them to the families and elders on the original list. The two stoves “missing” apparently went to Means and a “rich” well to do tribal member names Ted Minor. 

Letter of Thanks for 0/5 Christmas Trip to the Red Shirt Community on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Operation Morning Star delivered a loaded semi on Christmas Day

The semi used in this was from Dave Jungeblat of “Fright Limo”. I drove it all by myself and yes, I have a Class A CDL! 🙂 Thanks also to Local 41 of the Teamsters and OOIDA for allowing for “radio publicity”.  

Unfortunately, the night that all the items were unloaded in the high school auditorium, I  eft to visit friends in Manderson, there was a theft of some of the best items when 3 pick up trucks and a van came and loaded up. It was an “inside job” by those who were either friends or relatives of the Two Bulls family. One of the “thieves” was Mary Fast Wolf of Red Shirt. There were witnesses and I have the names of those involved. Also, there were families prevented by the Two Bulls family from receiving “gifts”. LAST TIME TO RED SHIRT!

Both organizations assistance made possible the use of TWO “18 wheelers” which were fully LOADED and which totaled OVER 80 Thousand Pounds or 40 TONS of food, appliances, clothing, wood burning stoves, toys, etc!

The Christmas Trip in 0/4 went to Pine Ridge Residents. The full semi-load made stops at Allen at the Tribal Secretary’s home, Donna Soloman, in Porcupine at Wilson Coleman’s home, and in Manderson at Wilda Black Bear’s home. 

Over a 11 year span, at least 13 fully loaded 22-26′ box trucks and 10 pick-up w/18′ flat bed trailer loads “collectively” went to the homes of Mildred Alkire in Manderson, Darwin Apple in Manderson, Arlette Loud Hawk at her home in Oglala Oglala, Wilda Black Bear in Manderson, to Loneman High School in Oglala to feed and “house” the ’99’ Tornado Victims with Family Size Tents. All of the above residents live on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

Besides trips during the year, EVERY CHRISTMAS OMS made a delivery of toys, food, wood burning stoves, appliances and clothes to a Lakota Community since it’s inception.  

Operation Morning Star raised over $6700 dollars when I was a “radio talk show host” at KCXL 1140 (they stole my OMS web page) and used that money to purchase, deliver, and set up over 60 large 5 room family size tents for families who’s homes were either destroyed or damaged by these tornados in the community of OGLALA! We got a special deal from Target.

Deliveries of food and clothing have gone to the Community Buildings in Pine Ridge under the “watching eyes” of Eileen Janice…and Mary Long and Ima Jean Charging Elk at the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Reservation (3 full loads).  Appliances, wood burning stoves, furniture along with food and good quality clothing were in these “give away” loads. 

Close to 20,000 donated garden plants such as tomatoes, squash, beans, peas, watermelon, cucumbers, peppers etc., have been delivered to the Pine Ridge and Rosebud “Sioux” Reservations on two trips, one this year to Rosebud and in 2001 to the CAP Office in Manderson on the Pine Ridge Reservation. 

Also, gardens planted, mini chicken farm put in place, 1 commercial and over 3 dozen non commercial sewing machines have been given for “work”. 

Over (not enough) 70 families and individuals have been “adopted” by OMS supporters and myself personally. Moneys were sent to the grocery stores and propane companies in the name of the families at the Sioux Nations Grocery and PTI Propane and other locations at Eagle Butte on the CRST Rez, at PR or direct to individuals or families or Elders. 

Also, Operation Morning Star supporters sent monies to the Standing Rock Rez propane company during the bad winter of 2002 when they ran out of monies for propane for tribal members and elders, some who froze to death!

There have been over 45 new and 70 used wood burning stoves delivered as well as chain saws, axes, and wood splitters, a work trailer in the last 13 years. 

We also built a food pantry in Manderson at the home of Mildred Alkire. It was lost in a fire. She was a recipient of a used donated commemorative “Smith and Wesson” van which was given her while I was a radio talk show host. She and her granddaughter Nikki came to Liberty to receive this “gift” and drive it back to Pine Ridge where it now sits broken down because she has no money to fix it.

A Few Reference Letters

NEWS PAPER ARTICLES…JUST A FEW OF CLOSE TO 30 OVER 23 YEARS…THE REST REMOVED FROM THE SERVERS OF THE INDIAN HATING RACIST PAPERS AKA THE  INDEPENDENCE EXAMINER AND THE KANSAS CITY STAR

Angel of Pine Ridge

{In The Midst Of “Ethnic Cleansing”}

By Paul Beaver, Former Head Photographer for 6 Years of the Independence Examiner. 

Maykala White Face, 5, must be an angel. Her pink shirt is emblazoned with the word in large glittering script. Her precious smile melts the heart of the biggest and strongest of visitors to her Manderson, S.D., cluster home on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

She does not know that the six friendly visitors during Christmas from the Kansas City area bringing food, toys, wood stoves, appliances and household goods might not also be angels to her.

The six visitors were part of Operation Morning Star delivering about 10 tons of food and other needed items to some of the families of Manderson Christmas Day. Operation Morning Star is a Kansas City metro wide project founded in Independence to collect goods for the people there. A month after Christmas that food was gone.

Woodrow Respects Nothing, 78, and his family were another household visited. Respects Nothing uses his World War II, Korean War and Social Security benefits to help provide food and housing for his two daughters and grandchildren in Manderson. Respects Nothing earned three Bronze Stars and three Purple Hearts from the wars.

Paul Beaver, the Examiner
John Yellow Bird Steele, right, lives with 23 members of his extended family in the house house behind them. Steele is president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe. Mattresses are laid throughout the house for people to sleep on at night and stored away during the day.

He reluctantly lives in a HUD house for now but hopes someday to move back to his land on the reservation where he was raised and where he has a small herd of horses. The log cabin on that land is six miles and a half-hour’s drive off paved road. The now-abandoned cabin is where Woodrow lived until he was nearly 50 years old. It has no electricity or running water or plumbing.

His granddaughter Anna, 17, takes the other children in the family there regularly so they can ride his horses and get away from the cluster housing conditions that offer few opportunities for Lakota children to play safely and experience that part of the Lakota heritage. The group of visitors watched the children come to life when they were able to go to the land of their grandfather and ride his horses.

Richard Boyden of Independence founded Operation Morning Star six years ago. It is dedicated to providing relief to people on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. In perhaps 14 trips to Manderson within the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation more than 45 tons of food and other needed items have been delivered because of the response of donations from Kansas Citians.

There were a few old and worn out chairs in Wilda Black Bear’s house at Christmas. The couch that was once there that was also a bed had fallen apart and was gone. A mattress lay in the middle of the living room floor where Maykala sometimes sleeps with two or three other young children. There are not enough beds for the extended family of 17. A small freezer sits in the corner of the living room, no longer working. Now, a month later, neither does the used washing machine that was delivered at Christmas to her house

Paul Beaver, the Examiner
Woodrow Respects Nothing, 78, grew up in this log cabin and lived here with his family until the 1970’s. He would like to fix it and move back to this land where he keeps a small herd of horses. Currently he lives in a HUD house in Manderson with his two daughters and grandchildren.

The visitors were offered coffee and asked if they were hungry. They were given food from a family who has little to eat.

This is the spirit of generosity seen among the Oglala people. It is a tradition of love and giving from those who have very little. It is humbling to the visitors.

Emmery Black Bear, Wilda’s husband, has no job. He is a carpenter and wants to work, like so many other Oglala Lakota men. But, there is no work. There is only the economic assistance program that does little to supply the basics promised by treaty ­ right of food, shelter and other needs. He does what he can to keep up their dilapidated HUD cluster house. But, without money, he is unable to do all that is needed.

Now black mold has been found inside their home and hundreds of others on the reservation. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Indian Health Service and the Bureau of Indian Affairs say it is a result of sewage backup and other excess moisture sources. This black mold can cause flu and allergy-like symptoms that can include skin rashes, inflammation of the respiratory tract, bloody noses, fever, headaches, neurological problems, suppression of the immune system, and in some cases, even death. Some forms of black mold are known to cause cancer.

Paul Beaver, the Examiner
The day before Christmas about nine tons of goods are passed from the 22-foot box truck at right to an unused trailer at left to later be given to residents in Manderson on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

The houses will have to be sanitized, or more likely the houses will be condemned and will result in hundreds of displaced Lakota families with no place to live.

What was a problem of roaches is not as important anymore. Nor is the sliding of the house on its foundation. Nor is the insulation that has disintegrated to the point of giving little benefit. Nor is the leaking plumbing needs as important as before.

Instead the primary fear is when will they become homeless while getting sick during the waiting process.

John Yellow Bird Steele is the President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and a Vietnam veteran. Steele explained to the group of visitors the fight he is involved in for his people and the assault upon the national sovereignty of his tribe by the Federal Government and the state of South Dakota. Land rights, water rights, legal rights, among other treaty rights, are all under attack, he says.

Paul Beaver, the Examiner
Two Operation Morning Star visitors carry a sewing machine, bench, and several small items to a woman in this house on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

He cites the 85 percent unemployment rate, the per capita income of less then $2,800, more than 60 percent of tribal members are living below the poverty level, 1/3 of the houses are without running water or electricity.

He says the Oglala have an 80 percent alcoholism rate, the nation’s highest suicide rate, eight times the national rate of diabetes, five times the rate of cervical cancer, twice the infant mortality rate and a life expectancy equal to that of Haiti.

These provide the groundwork, Steele says, for the economic destruction of his people while at the same time creates social conditions that cause the further deterioration of the people physically and spiritually. Steele chooses his words carefully and calls this “ethnic cleansing.”

Steele, who lives with his wife, Anna, in a small HUD house, has an extended family of 23 children including their own. Beds materialize at night when mattresses are laid out on the living room floor.

For more than one month, Steele said to the group, the Department of Interior and the Bureau of Indian Affairs have done nothing to release the trust money checks owed to more than 300,000 American Indians. This is money the residents depend upon to buy food and pay bills.

The six visitors were reluctant to say “goodbye” the day after Christmas. They had grown to love them deeply.

There is no word in the Lakota language for “goodbye” because the circle of love among the Lakota can never be broken because of distance or circumstance.

There are plans on the drawing board that Steele and other tribal leaders are interested in for geodesic homes at $16-23,000 each to replace the HUD homes. These can be built in one to four days. Also, an “Aqua-Ponics” food production system costing and initial $4,000 would provide food for a family of four more than a year’s period time.

In the Kansas City area, Operation Morning Star responds to ongoing needs of the Oglala Lakota people by asking for gifts of food, wood burning stoves, chain saws, working appliances, washing machines, dryers, beds, good furniture, hybrid seeds for gardens, tools, compressors and even good running trucks and cars, including a diesel tractor and trailer.

Paul Beaver is the photo editor at The Examiner and was one of six visitors from this area who visited the Pine Ridge Reservation over Christmas and helped deliver food and goods.

To make a contribution to Operation Morning Star, contact Richard Boyden at 816-461-6666 or email him at operationmorningstar@yahoo.com  For more information, go to Boyden’s web page at www.operationmorningstar.org

Mailing address for donations is 213 1/2 West Southside Blvd., Independence, MO 64055.

 

The Washington Times

Program lends hand to poor Indian tribes

By Valerie Richardson
December 20, 2007

 


Photo by Paul Beaver – Independence Missouri
Agnes Running Enemy, 78, who lives on the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Indian Reservation in South Dakota, has received groceries and other essentials through the Adopt a Lakota Family program. (Richard Boyden/Special to The Washington Times)

 

 

The plumbing in Arlette Loud Hawk’s small home on the Pine Ridge Reservation hasn’t worked in more than three years. Her furnace broke four years ago, but she doesn’t have the money to fix either.

 

That could soon change, now that the 48-year-old Sioux woman has been “adopted.” She is receiving fuel and food credits from several donors through Adopt a Lakota Family, an innovative program designed to give direct help to the poorest of the Indian poor.

 

Ms. Loud Hawk would definitely qualify. She hasn’t been able to work steadily since a diagnosis of breast cancer, which now has spread to her lymph nodes. She has no car, and depends on friends and relatives for rides to Rapid City, S.D., 70 miles away, for second-stage chemotherapy.

 

“I’ve had a lot of help with groceries already, which is really helpful because I’m dependent on the reservation,” said Ms. Loud Hawk, who lives with two of her five children and three grandchildren.

Adopt a Lakota Family is the brainchild of Richard Boyden, a former Kansas City, Mo., radio talk-show host who now works full time to alleviate what he describes as the “Third World poverty” on Sioux reservations in North and South Dakota.

 

His charity, Operation Morning Star, pairs churches, businesses and individual donors with needy Lakota or Sioux families and senior citizens. Donors have the option of sending checks to the charity or directly to power companies and grocery stores in the family’s name. All donations to Operation Morning Star, a nonprofit, are tax-deductible.

 

“We’re unlike the Red Cross or Salvation Army where you send them money and it’s redistributed to various causes,” Mr. Boyden said. “You say you want to adopt a family and help with utility bills, foods, school supplies, and we connect you with a family. Then you can send money directly to the grocery store or utility company.”

 

Some donors send their adopted families gift cards to Wal-Mart, which operates stores near most of the reservations. Others send letters and Christmas gifts to the family’s children. The process helps reduce worries about whether the money is used for its intended purpose. “People are leery of charities,” said Mr. Boyden. “This way you know where your money’s going.”

 

It would be difficult to find a more desperate group of Americans than the North and South Dakota Sioux. The unemployment rate tops 80 percent and most residents live below the poverty level, with the average annual income on the reservation less than $3,200.

 

The casino-driven economic boom enjoyed by some tribes has bypassed the Sioux, whose remote location puts them beyond the reach of most tourist traffic. The result is a host of social ills ranging from suicide and substance abuse to crime and homelessness.

 

At the heart of the plight is the lack of decent housing. Most Sioux live in dilapidated trailers and creaky federally built houses, cramming as many as 20 persons into single-family structures. Many homes are infested with black mold, which may be contributing to high disease rates.

 

“The need for homes affects just about everything else,” said John Yellow Bird Steele, president of the Oglala Sioux tribe at Pine Ridge, who testified before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee on the housing crisis in March. “You have two to four different families living in one home. It means the kids don’t have a place to study and there’s conflict between people who have to live together.”

 

Randy Stires, president of Victorian Sales in Fenton, Mo., donated a company van and 23 wood-burning stoves last year after seeing photos of the deplorable living conditions on the Operation Morning Star Web site, http://www.operationmorningstar.org, where contact and donation information are available. “It’s cold here in Missouri, but in the Dakotas it’s cold-cold, and I look at those houses and say, ‘How are they staying warm?’ ” said Mr. Stires, who is giving another 27 stoves this year.

 

Operation Morning Star has proposed a long-term solution in the form of modular geodesic dome homes. For as little as $15,000, the charity can purchase the kits from their designer, Bob Conroy, and use tribal labor to build them. The homes are airtight and use radiant-floor heating, which is more efficient and less expensive than propane or gas, said Mr. Conroy. But $15,000 is big money on these reservations, and Operation Morning Star doesn’t have any deep-pocket donors.

 

Part of that lies with Sioux pride. “I find it difficult to say, ‘We need help,’ ” said Mr. Steele. “We don’t want to appear pitiful. We make do.” It’s also a result of widespread stereotypes, Mr. Boyden said. “Indian Country is either portrayed in a negative light or a diversionary light, like, ‘Oh, they’ve got casinos now. They’ve got the government.’ ”

“You have all these charities going to Africa and Mexico,” he said, “but people forget about what’s happening in their own back yard.”

 

 

 


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Independence man helps Oglala Lakotas survive on South Dakota reservation

By NICOLE GULL – The Kansas City Star
Date: 12/16/01 22:15

Alex White Plume, a member of the Oglala Lakota Nation, said the majority of his people are “just existing.”

He raises buffalo and horses on the Pine Ridge Reservation in Manderson, S.D., where he has lived all his life. He said he does not know how his people will survive.

White Plume said that well over half the families on the reservation live in poverty in rotting homes. Food is scarce, he said, and winter is just setting in.

Needs, he said, are many.

For the past six years, Independence resident Richard Boyden has been trying to meet those needs through Operation Morning Star. And this year, he’s preparing to do it again.

Boyden has made the 14-hour drive to Pine Ridge three to four times each year with food, toys, new clothes, wood-burning stoves, chain saws and sewing machines.

Over the years, Boyden said, he’s provided the Lakota people with more than 35 tons of goods.

This year, Boyden will pack up Saturday and, with a dozen other volunteers, drive the familiar 750-mile route in pickup trucks pulling 16-foot box trailers.

The volunteers will stay two or three days and help the Oglala Lakota people with chores, repairs and whatever else they need.

“I would like to get up there six times a year with people who want to get involved on an ongoing basis, not just Christmas,” said Boyden, a former radio personality. “The conditions up there are ongoing. The needs are ongoing.”

Wilda White Face, another resident of the reservation, said Boyden had brought loads of donations to her home in Manderson, including canned food and tomato plants.

“I gave out a lot of food to a lot of people,” said White Face, who said she uses food stamps to feed her family of 18. “Everybody came and got what they needed.”

White Plume said that the Oglala Lakota people were thankful for the effort of Boyden and other volunteers.

“What most people need around here is wood stoves,” he said. “And last year he brought a bunch of them. A lot of people just had a good winter because of him.”

Boyden said that if people were interested in helping, he’d like to set up a fund from which tribes could draw to pay for heat. He also said individuals may “adopt” Oglala Lakota families.

In addition to items such as commercial sewing machines, sleeping bags and wood stoves, Boyden said he needed a donated diesel truck with a 16-foot box trailer so he could haul as much as possible.

Boyden has set up two drop-off locations for his trip:

  • From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, Budget Muffler, 720 W. 23rd St., Independence, will accept nonperishable items. Frozen and perishable foods may be dropped off only after 3 p.m. Saturday.
  • Overland Park Jeep, 8775 Metcalf Ave., will accept donations from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday.For more information about Operation Morning Star, visit http://www.boydenweb.com, call (816) 461-6666 or send e-mail to richard@boydenweb.com.To reach Nicole Gull, call (816) 234-7805 or send e-mail to ngull@kcstar.com.

 

 

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  Richard Boyden of Independence and Essence White Face, 7, of Manderson, South Dakota, feed grain to two horses of a small herd belonging to her grandfather Woodrow Respects Nothing and his family on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, Christmas day. White Face said she had never been close to her grandfather’s horses and was afraid. Boyden grabbed a piece of plywood with grain on it and coaxed the young horses to him so she could pet one.Paul Beaver/The Examiner


Operation Morning Star founder would like city to adopt Pine Ridge MAKING A DIFFERENCE
By James Dornbrook
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Imagine an area where the average family makes $2,800 per year, there is an 85 percent unemployment rate and basic needs such as food and shelter from the winter cold are often unmet.

No, this isn’t the Third World. It’s Shannon County, S.D.

Shannon County is one of the poorest counties in America, and is the home of about 35,000 citizens of the Ogalala Lakota Nation. There are 2,000 to 3,000 homeless people on the reservation right now.

Richard Boyden of Independence went to visit the Pine Ridge Reservation about six years ago, and was shocked at the conditions he saw.

“I weep when I go there, because the conditions are so bad. People have no idea about the suffering they go through on a daily basis,” said Boyden. He described an area filled with contaminated water supplies, houses with inadequate insulation and no heat, malnourishment and unsanitary conditions.

“The needs they have are all things we take for granted. They don’t have diapers for their babies or toilet paper. The women don’t have sanitary items. There’s no dish soap or laundry soap or any cleaning supplies. They have no beds. They sleep on old mattresses on the floor with inadequate bedding. Many don’t even have wood stoves to keep warm.”

Boyden decided to act once he saw the conditions the Ogalala Lakota were living in. He formed Operation Morning Star, an organization which collects supplies and takes several trips a year to drop off gifts to the Ogalala Lakota. Boyden has been going for the last six years, ever since he first laid eyes on the place.

His most recent trip was over Christmas. People all throughout Independence and the metro area sent gifts for Boyden to give to the reservation’s residents.

Boyden collected between four and five tons of food, bedding, wood burning stoves, toys, good quality clothing and construction supplies. The collection sites were at Budget Muffler in Independence and an Overland Park Jeep dealership.

Bobby Hewlitt, owner of Metro Ford in Independence, loaned Boyden a truck and a 23-foot box trailer. The trailer was jammed as full as it could get with supplies, and the group took off for South Dakota to spread Christmas cheer.

“All this came together within two weeks, that’s the miracle of it all,” said Boyden. “I wasn’t going to make a trip this Christmas, because I didn’t have enough stuff. Then Frank Haight wrote a story in The Examiner and several pastors at churches around the area put leaflets in their church programs. We got a huge response from all that. It was a miracle. Everyone who has been involved in this has allowed these people to be blessed this Christmas.”

Boyden was adamant about how important these gifts were to the American Indians at the Pine Ridge Reservation.

“These are not people who fit the stereotype some people have of a bunch of drunken Indians. These are a proud people who are survivors of United States Indian policies which have historically only caused them grief on a spiritual and physical level. Without our help, many would have no food and no heat. No heat! This is South Dakota in the winter time,” Boyden exclaimed.

“This last trip we sent them a couple of wood burners so they can keep warm. Without these many would probably freeze, because the U.S. government recently cut off the trust fund money they rely on to buy fuel to heat their homes.”

The trust fund money comes from agreements with American Indians which allow grazing, mining, logging, oil drilling and other activities on reservation land, in exchange for fees paid to the Indian Trust Fund. The money is then distributed to those living on the reservation.

Boyden said that on Dec. 5 the Bureau of Indian Affairs, a branch of the U.S. Department of the Interior, shut off the computer system which handles the delivery of trust fund money to Native Americans on the reservations. The computer system was shut off by a court order, right in the middle of reorganization and an investigation into a possible misappropriation of funds.

This shut-down completely isolated nearly all the information available on the Internet regarding the trust fund. Almost every Web site related to the Bureau of Indian Affairs is also shut down. Attempts to telephone the media department at the Bureau of Indian Affairs were not answered.

Boyden said many of the Native Americans who rely on the Indian Trust Fund now have no income and can’t wait for the government to figure out what the heck is going on. These people need help now.

“What I would like to see is the City of Independence adopt these people. They need a city of God-fearing people who want to reach out and help. They need a loving group of people who want to want to end their suffering. This would be my challenge to the Independence City Council,” Boyden said.

“Americans have organized to help out the children in Afghan istan and elsewhere around the world, yet the suffering going on right here within our borders seems to have gone unnoticed.”

Operation Morning Star makes a trip to visit the Ogalala Lakota whenever there are enough supplies to justify the trip. Boyden said the greatest need right now is for food, wood burning stoves and building materials such as insulation for windows and doors.

To donate supplies contact Operation Morning Star at 816-461-6666, or send funds to Operation Morning Star, 110 West Ruby Street, Independence, Mo., 64050.

“There are other ways to help than donating money and supplies. If anyone wants to teach vocational skills such as plumbing, carpentry or electrical, there is a great need. This would enable them to learn how to help improve their community and also teach them a valuable skill,” Boyden said.

“This is an opportunity for the people reading this article to make a difference. I hope God touches people’s hearts and the principle result of their faith is action. Action is how you make a difference.”

To reach James Dornbrook e-mail jamesd@examiner.net or call 350-6322.

 

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Operation Morning Star prepares for annual trek By Frank Haight Jr.
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Some 150 to 200 impoverished Oglala Lakota Indian families on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota are again looking to Richard Boyden and his humanitarian Operation Morning Star program to meet their Christmas needs.

For the sixth consecutive year, Operation Morning Star is soliciting donations and Christmas gifts for the Pine Ridge residents, many of whom, Boyden says, live in conditions “equal to or worse than those found in Third World countries.”

It was these squalid living conditions the Independence man saw while visiting the reservation in 1996 that moved him to reach out to these American Indians.

“I felt led to try to make a difference by starting Operation Morning Star,” which has delivered more than 35 tons of items to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation over the past five years.

Between now and Dec. 22, Operation Morning Star is collecting food, new clothing, furniture, wood-burning stoves, appliances, bedding and more, as well as financial assistance for propane and utility bills.

Donations can be left at Budget Muffler, at 720 W. 23rd St. in Independence, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. To make other arrangements, call 461-6666.

Boyden and other supporters will deliver the donations to the Pine Ridge Reservation. They will leave Dec. 22, and return Christmas Eve.

The gifts, Boyden says, will be distributed from homes of families who have worked in the past to make the distribution of gifts equitable to those families in need.

Calling Operation Morning Star the true spirit of Christmas, Boyden says he is “hoping and praying” that the public will respond to the ongoing needs of these people.

“I am hoping that this Christmas there will be a kingdom of God response so much needed among these people, who very seldom see any expression of the love of Christ in their midst by outsiders.”

Boyden, a former radio show host, continues to use the media to promote Operation Morning Star, as well as through his Internet Web page, http://www.boydenweb.com.

Operation Morning Star is making a difference.

Boyden related the story of a mother of three, who, because she could not find food for her children, went into deep depression and started drinking heavily.

However, when Operation Morning Star made food available for her family, “She stopped drinking, got her life back in order and was able to set a good example for her children … all because of the charity and love shown by those who gave through Operation Morning Star.”

All Christmas gifts must be new. They should be Christmas wrapped and labeled either “boy” or “girl.” Clothing donations for all members of the family should be new or nearly new, Boyden said.

Always in demand are blankets, sleeping bags, beds, refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers and good industrial grade sewing machines, as well as chainsaws, wood-burning stoves and non-perishable food.

Boyden says he desperately needs a large boxed trailer and a diesel-powered towing truck to either be donated or loaned to Operation Morning Star.

For Boyden, who will be spending Christmas Day with his family for the first time in five years, Operation Morning Star “translates Christmas into a living demonstration of the love that Jesus demonstrated when He was here on Earth, and thus enables me to taste that same spirit.”

To reach Frank Haight Jr., d e-mail fhaight@examiner.net or call 350-6363.

Kansas City Star Covers Up The Murder of Toni Anderson By North Kansas City Police Officers

The latest on NKCPD Rogue Terrorist Thug Bill Ficken and brothers

assaulted another woman!

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I am not going to retype…just post the links for you to compare, contrast and see the obvious deceptions and lies pimped by KCPD/NKCPD cover-up artists AKA Kansas City Star and reporters Ian Cummings and Glen Rice!

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Kansas City Star article of LIES covering up the murder of Toni Anderson

http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article145676189.html

 

Kansas City Star article of LIES exposed in the below articles

https://richardboydenreport.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/car-in-the-river-unexplained-death-mysteries-like-toni-andersons-happen-all-the-time/

 

And this….

https://richardboydenreport.wordpress.com/2017/04/13/toni-anderson-raped-and-murdered-by-nkcpd-rogue-cop-bill-ficken-and-his-brothers-in-blue/

 

And this….

https://richardboydenreport.wordpress.com/2017/04/17/nkcpd-cop-who-murdered-toni-anderson-stalking-former-cop-he-handcuffed-tasered-and-almost-choked-to-death/

 

And this…

https://richardboydenreport.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/more-nkcpd-rogue-cops-involved-in-the-abduction-and-murder-of-toni-anderson-and-protected-by-the-fbi/

 

And this…

https://richardboydenreport.wordpress.com/2017/03/23/fbi-director-james-comeys-direct-involvement-in-the-cover-up-of-the-murder-of-toni-anderson-by-rogue-nkcpd-cops/

 

More coming next week including blog radio…stay tuned!

Free Masonic Fraternal Order Of Police Connection To The Cover-up Of The Murder Of Toni Anderson

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Since Toni did not get gas after leaving the traffic stop, someone is lying. It’s impossible to believe she would have skipped gassing up if she really told him that. I believe Toni’s actions are truthful.

“He said she said something to the effect that she needed to get gas,” said Caldwell.

https://crimewatchdaily.com/2017/03/08/kansas-city-woman-vanishes-after-early-morning-traffic-stop-phone-gps-deactivated/

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Well, I think it’s not even something magical. They could put it all to rest very simply as there should be undeniable proof. They have chosen not to.

If I am understanding correctly, these cars are equipped with a gps where dispatcher can track where they are etc. Can anyone confirm that?

So there should be no question as to where the officer went or any other officer on duty that night. right?

It’d be one thing if some monumental investigation had to go on to put the officer angle to bed, but it’s actually just things like dashcam footage, dispatcher records, and gps information(potentially).

That’s stuff that is all there to provide transparency and remove doubt in situations just like this. So when they aren’t something available, how can anyone be surprised by skepticism and suspicion?

Seems like it’d be really simple to squash those rumors imo.

Our PD vehicles were upgraded about 5 years ago to have the GPS integrated into vehicle. It depends on how old the departments radio’s and equipment are. They had dashcam at illegal lane change made by Toni, it would be recorded. But, if he did not call it in, or flip the lights there is a chance that moment may not be retrievable by now as it has been such a long period of time. I do not know anyone at that department to verify equipment but I do have a good friend in Lenexa at PD I can ask. The Police department does not have to release dashcam video and won’t from what Other officers at different PD’s have said. My gut has always said that this had to do with the people (dealer) she was supposed to meet up with. I really feel like your CI scenario or her meet up went sideways somehow. If this officer is / was a suspect at all, they would have another agency take over the investigation and he would have been placed on admin leave during this investigation. It would have been all over the news. I’m still not completely disregarding this theory by any means, just stating what would have happened if he were in question at all by dept. Also, I would think if they have dashcam they would have very up to date equipment in their vehicles. I haven’t seen their equipment, that is an assumption based upon dashcam, and area.

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“This is from the snapshot website: HER GPS
“The*Snapshot*device collects information about how you drive, how much you drive and when you drive. It also collects your vehicle identification number and triggers an email to you if it comes unplugged. Some devices collect location data: this is only for research and development purposes—we don’t use it to calculate your rate.”This would make sense if someone killed Toni and didn’t want her found. But like I said, to install a snapshot in the 2014 focus you literally have to remove the side panel on the dash. LEO would know to the snapshot could lead searchers in her general direction.
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The Missouri Highway Patrol Water rescue conducted sonar searches of the Missouri River shortly after her disappearance and located a silted in truck just down stream of the Parkville boat landing. Floating ice on the river prohibited diving at that time. A second sonar search was conducted days later when the ice dissipated but the truck could not be found. The US Army Corp of Engineers was brought in conducted a third sonar search but found nothing. Last week a non profit company conducted sonar searches of the river at the request of Toni’s father. The search was authorized by KCPD and was given probable search boundaries by the KCPD. The non profit was able to locate both the truck and a car just downstream of the Parkville boat ramp. The reason the other agencies likely missed the vehicles was explained by the non profit and is noted in other posts above. KCPD coordinated the recovery and Missouri Highway Water Patrol divers recovers both vehicles. The truck was reported stolen in 2015 and was not related to the Toni investigation. Toni’s vehicle was in 20 feet if water in a fast current and was silting in. The car was brought to the service and had very minor damage as per the photos and video from the news choppers. The car suffered significant damage from the bank as if was drug to the ground level (see news photo/video as it was towed away. The body inside the car was preserved by the ice cold water and had no injuries other than a bruise on the leg per Toni’s mom. An autopsy is being performed by the Medical Examiner which will confirm or crash the accident theory but the final reports take up to 12 weeks I hear.
Did she try to withdraw money from an ATM or attempt to buy gas? Two totally different things. Especially if you are talking about evidence.

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Josh Helmuth‏ @Jhelmuth
@41actionnews meteorologist also confirmed w/me that the am hours of Jan 15 were icy and roads could have been very slick
6:28 PM · Mar 12, 2017

I was driving at the same time, in the Northland of KC. The bridges weren’t even icy. That’s why I find this accident difficult to believe.

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The early reports were atm. They changed to the pump recently. The cops have lost all credibility if they had any to begin with. I was told she had $16 in her account.
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“I’m confused. How do you detect a bruise on the knee but due to decomposition the ID had to be done by her clothing?”
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“I could go further, not sure we can discuss this here, but all I’m gonna say is that my mind doesn’t exclude someone until I actually see something that excludes them. I was bothered by the idea that “vetting” was the reason for exclusion and not actual footage that proves his whereabouts at the time of the last ping. Saying someone drove the other direction at whatever time is distinctly different than accounting for their time one hour later. It’s not high probability, but I don’t think it’s implausible. But after that video, I think it’s more probable than I was thinking before. why? Because they took a baby step to try and point away from it, not just flat out prove it. I have questions like – did he call in the pullover? Simple question, right? But if he did that, certainly there’d be information about if he ran the plate etc. right?

So… if he didn’t call it in, or run the plate. Doesn’t that tell us that he likely knew her? At that point does

the probability go up or down regarding LE corruption? I personally think if this officer knew her well enough that he didn’t call in her plates as they usually do, then you start to ask more questions. In this case, we were actually initially told there was no pullover and that’s not something we should forget”.
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” I was just at the top of that ramp today. Perfect place to roll a car into a giant river without being seen. “
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” If her phone died after she sent the text then how could her phone ping at 6am?

Then, just like her GPS, Toni’s cellphone would also mysteriously go dead while she’s at the wheel, leaving no way for police to trace her movements.

Police made another disturbing discovery: Toni’s last known words sent in a text message to her friend Roxy just before her phone died.

https://crimewatchdaily.com/2017/03/…s-deactivated/”

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But like I said, here’s a short list of really wrong facts BY LE :
1. Toni wasn’t pulled over — oops, yes, she ended up having been pulled over
2. Toni was pulled over at 4:40-ish — after the parents released information about the bank declines at 4:30-ish , suddenly police say ooops. she was actually pulled over at 4:25 or whatever.
3. It gets said that they are analysing Toni’s iCloud data and then later it’s obvious that they still haven’t gotten access to it — or at minimum aren’t sharing that.
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1)A “ping” from a phone is a signal FROM the phone to the tower. Ex: (being used)The last ping was around 6 a.m.
The phone is constantly communicating via internet and tower. Unless it is turned off, or in airplane mode.
2) Toni’s phone was CONNECTED to the tower until 9:30p.m. Sunday night.
The phone was “ON” still until that time. Even if the phone was waterproof, it would not transmit any type of signal under water for that long. So, at this point I am left wondering WHEN she went in to the water, and was the phone in the vehicle.
3) BF stated early on the last ping information being in that area. That information had to have come from the parents. Her parents and LE would have been given the information by T- Mobile as soon as it was requested. (This takes very little time after all paperwork is sent to T-Mobile). Could be as little as an hour. This information will not be given to just anybody. It is a Federal request for information. That is why I believe the parents must have given PS the information on the ping.
4). All dashcam video is retained for about 30 days- this might have changed in the recent past with all of the new technology. When an officer turns on his lights, the camera actively starts recording the stop. I believe this information is held longer. At any given time, even the dispatchers know the location of PD vehicles. They would know where his vehicle was and where he headed that night. I am curious about the information the lead officer provided as far as how they knew he was heading the opposite direction. I am also concerned if he did or did not call in Toni’s stop that night. If he had called in the stop, it would be documented- I have not seen in any of my saved documentation that they did in fact have record of the stop. My mind tells me that he came forward and then mentioned the stop-
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“Nothing has been confirmed at this point. We hope to have the information from the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s Office tomorrow,” he said. “They’ve told us clothing is consistent with what she was last seen wearing. They said based on clothing, from what we understand, they have encouraged us to begin making arrangements at this point.” The Kansas City Police Department told FOX 4 they have not found evidence to suggest foul play was involved.”

LIE LIE LIE BY CALDWELL! Toni was wearing SWEATS when she left work! Caldwell told Holly Gene Custer SHE WAS WEARING JEANS WHEN FOUND!

The Kansas City Police Department told FOX 4 they have not found evidence to suggest foul play was involved.”

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“I don’t think it would ping at all and we also can’t trust much about when it stopped pinging. If we believe the CWD show it stopped right after her text. If that really is true, then Parkville came from inside info. Toni’s mom was the source that her phone stopped pinging (was connected to her network) at 9:30pm. This was 17 hours after she got off work.”

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This article shows that they searched every lake and pond in Parkville, and found it Wednesday but couldn’t get divers in the water until Friday.

“By Wednesday evening, they had located the vehicle.
“But we didn’t report it to law enforcement until Thursday morning because they were already gone for the day,” Watters said. The couple met with authorities on Thursday and learned that divers were unavailable until Friday. The Watters’ continued to search lakes and ponds Thursday in the Parkville area because their discovery of Anderson’s car hadn’t been confirmed as her vehicle.
The search, Watters said, was extensive but efficient.
“We searched ever lake and pond in the Parkville area in a day and a half,” he said.
Graves said Friday that investigators searched tirelessly for Anderson, including using sonar imaging techniques.”

http://www.kansascity.com/news/local…137965458.html

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“There is also a possibility that neither the car nor the phone went in the river before 9:30 p.m.”

http://www.policeprostitutionandpolitics.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100%3Apedophile-and-child-porn-cops-all-years&catid=1%3Alatest-news&Itemid=50

PEDOPHILES AND CHILD PORN- THE COPS, JUDGES, DAs, FBI AGENTS, SECRET SERVICE AGENTS AND OTHER GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES WHO CAN’T KEEP THEIR HANDS OFF MINORS PDF Print E-mail
Written by Norma Jean Almodovar
Saturday, 10 November 2012 00:00
VISIT THE ROGUES GALLERY- (Part I- Pedophile cops)

THE WORST OF THE WORST- COPS WHO RAPE CHILDREN and BABIES…

[Note that the government considers anyone under ’18’ to be a child, regardless of the age of consent laws in any state, and the majority of ‘children’ who are arrested/ rescued for prostitution related offenses are 17. However, it seems that for many of the cops listed below with a predilection for minors, their interest is in MUCH YOUNGER ‘CHILDREN…’]

UPDATED 12/13/16


John Mitchell Tomlinson michael palmer Clyde Franklin Jr
John Mitchell Tomlinson Police Chief Michael Palmer


COMMITTED SUICIDE DAYS BEFORE HIS TRIAL!

Chief Deputy Clyde Franklin Sanders Jr.

“EVEN ONE IS TOO MANY”

Can you imagine being a child and raped by any of these three wonderful examples of law enforcement agents? The officer in the green jumpsuit is John Mitchell Tomlinson, Sheriff Deputy  in Santa Rosa, Florida. He was sentenced to thirty years in prison for multiple sexual assaults on his adopted daughter as well as a neighbor child.

The officer in the orange jumpsuit is Police Chief Michael Palmer, who was not only arrested for his sexual exploitation of young boys under the age of 10, but also for stealing drugs from elderly people… and a host of other criminal activity. Since he was the CHIEF OF POLICE, who would a child victim go to for help? He has not yet gone to trial, so no idea what his punishment, if any, will be. Perhaps he will be as lucky as Pike County Ohio Chief Deputy Clyde Franklin Sanders Jr.  who was recently sentenced to ‘community control’ (probation) for raping a three year old girl- TWICE…

 


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According to the prostitution abolitionists/ victim pimps who claim to want to stop child sexual exploitation through the eradication of all prostitution, even ‘one child victim is too many.’ And while they may be correct that one IS too many, why do they overlook the far greater source of child sexual exploitation? How many law enforcement agents must be exposed as pedophiles and sexual exploiters of minors before society does something about this very serious problem? How many child victims of cops are ‘too many’? At what point do we start a crusade to crack down on pedophile law enforcement agents?  Aren’t the child victims of predators with badges as important to society as the child victims of sex trafficking? Or do we only care about ‘the children’ when money is involved, as the ‘victim pimps’ are?

 

When will reporters like Steve Lopez of the LA Times  be ‘in favor of doing whatever it takes’ to stop these far more numerous predators from harming children- male and female? Instead of ‘getting tough on underage prostitution,‘ shouldn’t he and his colleagues favor ‘getting tough’ on underage sexual exploitation’ at the hands of the priests, preachers, teachers, coaches, parents, Hollywood moguls and law enforcement agents? Why do these people favor increased penalties and enforcement of laws which do not also apply to the victims of ‘pillars of the community’? Would it help any child actor victim to arrest adults who have consensual sex with each other?   What neither he or his fellow reporters understand is that the supposed crusade against underage prostitution has NOTHING to do with protecting children. It is a crusade against all adult commercial sex– from porn to stripping to prostitution.

 

If he or his media colleagues were truly interested in stopping the sexual abuse of minors, they would get behind the decriminalization of consenting adult commercial sex so that there were sufficient resources to pursue all the predators of children. It is understandable why they don’t… there are too many people who would strongly protest if the media attacked the pedophile teachers (teachers unions would jump all over them), or if they attacked the religious leaders (just look at how many people protested the coverage of the pedophile priests…), same for the cops- the police unions nationwide are very, very powerful. And as for the Hollywood producers, agents etc. who are molesting children (according to Corey Feldman, former child actor who said that pedophilia was Hollywood’s big secret)– well, LA is a company town and the ‘company’ is show business. We can’t bite the hands that feed us… And besides, except for the lawyers, there is no funding to fight pedophile cops or priests or teachers… and if there is no money in it, why would anyone bother?

UPDATE JANUARY 11, 2014: the 2010 National Police Misconduct Annual Report

The CATO Institute’s 2010 Annual Report is now available- and here’s what it says about police sexual misconduct, particularly with regard to minors:

“Officer-involved sexual misconduct describes an entire subset of police misconduct that includes non-criminal complaints such as consensual sexual activity that occurs while an officer is on-duty, sexual harassment, up to felony acts of sexual assault or child molestation. Sexual misconduct was the second most common form of misconduct reported throughout 2010 with 618 officers involved in sexual misconduct complaints during that period, 354 of which were involved in complaints that involved forcible non-consensual sexual activity such as sexual assault or sexual battery.

Of the officers associated with reports of serious sexual misconduct, 51% (180) were involved with reports that involved minors and 49% (174) involved adults. However, of the 479 alleged victims of serious sexual misconduct which were tracked, 52% (249) were minors and 48% (230) were adults. This would appear to indicate that minors are victims of alleged serial offenders slightly more often than adults. Of the 354 officers involved with serious sexual misconduct reports, 56 law enforcement officers were involved in allegations where multiple victims were involved.”

In many states, law enforcement agencies do not report crimes like these committed by their rank and file members. They are concerned about the ramifications of releasing such damaging information to the public. Additionally, in many cities, police union rules do not allow the names or photos of the offending officers to be released. What would it do to public confidence in law enforcement if the citizens knew how very many officers engaged in sex with minors? Or who raped prostitutes or other women they encounter in the course of their work? Or who stole drugs and drug money from suspected drug dealers?


Male and female cops, judges, DAs, FBI agents, Secret Service  and TSA agents involved with minors under 18, juveniles under 14- predators who download OR produce child pornography… Who knew there were so very many of these twisted individuals working in positions of power- “pillars of the community” who are trusted by the victims and their parents? And yet, more people are concerned about the possibility of underage persons becoming ‘sex slaves’ than they are about the real victims who ARE being sexually exploited… why is that?

NOTE: IF YOUR NAME IS ON THIS LIST AND YOU DID NOT DO THE CRIME AND CAN PROVE IT, I WILL BE MORE THAN HAPPY TO REMOVE YOUR NAME. I KNOW THAT IF YOU ARE AN HONEST COP WHO PISSED OFF YOUR COLLEAGUES, IT IS ALL TOO EASY TO BE CHARGED WITH A CRIME IN ORDER TO RETALIATE AGAINST TROUBLEMAKERS. AND THERE IS NOTHING WORSE THAN BEING CALLED A CHILD MOLESTER! EVEN IF YOU CAN PROVE YOUR INNOCENCE, MANY PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS BELIEVE THAT THERE MUST BE SOMETHING TO THE ALLEGATIONS IF A PROSECUTOR GOES TO ALL THAT TROUBLE OF FILING CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST YOU (WHERE THERE IS SMOKE THERE MUST BE FIRE!!!).

Over and over, ideologically biased journalists try to pull a fast one on the public with their stories about the child sex trafficking through adult ad venues like backpage.com and try to pressure these sites to ‘close down’ to prevent more children from being victims. If the solution to the problem of the ’50 victims from 22 states over three years’ is to shut down adult ads of which there are millions posted every day, then what is the solution to the more than 300 pedophile law enforcement/ government agents in 50 states over two years (2011-2012)? There were over 200 in 2012 alone, and so far this year (2013) we have listed over 125, and more are arrested every day!

 

Why is there no outrage over the lenient sentencing that the majority of these law enforcement pedophiles receive? When there is even  the slightest suggestion that a backpage.com buyer of prostitution services may have had sex with a minor, the public demands that the perpetrator spend the rest of his life behind bars for ‘sex trafficking’… even if the ‘victim’ was 17 years of age, but  when a cop like Jason Elder pleads guilty to 140 felonies involving a girl of 14 and receives a THREE YEAR sentence, no one seems to care. And why is there no lynch mob gathering in Pike County Ohio after the recent sentencing of the Chief Deputy (now ‘former’) Clyde Franklin Sanders Jr. who was allowed to plead “no contest” to  a single count of ‘gross sexual imposition’ – where upon he received NO prison time and only 5 years of “community control” – for raping a three year old girl- TWICE…  A THREE YEAR OLD GIRL WHOM HE KNEW – Sanders “originally faces two counts of kidnapping, one count of rape and one count of gross sexual imposition, but they were amended to the single count he pleaded no contest to in April (2013)”  He raped the child in October 2008 and again in January 2009… and received NO PRISON TIME….

 

Obviously it is much easier to locate the more recent cases but that doesn’t mean that the cops/ DAs, judges, elected officials and other government employees were not misbehaving every year. Before I post anyone’s name here, I must verify the facts, and finding articles from earlier years requires much more investigation.  As the States Attorneys General who sent a letter to backpage.com requesting that they shut down their adult ads so eloquently put it- ‘these cases are just the tip of the iceberg…’

 

Pedophile law enforcement agents are not limited to the US. These predators can be found the world over- going back in time to when the concept of law enforcement agents began. One horrific story we recently came across is from Canada. Not only did this very evil cop get away with his crimes for decades, there is evidence that his colleagues not only covered up for his crimes, but may have enabled him in controlling his victims- boys and girls. On September, 30, 2013, Carmen Chai, of the Canadian Global News, reported on the massive child abuse scandal that took place in a town near Toronto, involving New Brunswick police officer Sergeant Kenneth Estabrooks, who targeted vulnerable children for at least 25 years. Canadian investigators suspect him of sexually abusing at least 260 children over the course of nearly three decades. Estabrooks died of cancer in 2005, but not before he was convicted of four counts of indecent assault sometime after 1999, and sentenced to a mere 6 years in prison.

One of the victims, who alleges he was raped by Estabrooks at least 60 times over the course of three years, claims that Estabrooks had help from colleagues on the police force whenever he couldn’t find his victims. “If he couldn’t get a hold of us, then he had some policemen on the force look out for us…” said the victim. Did those policemen know why he wanted the victims brought to him? One victim was six years old. Estabrooks continued to sexually assault this child  for years, at least two or three times a week. And not unlike the Catholic Priests who did the same to THEIR victims, even when this sick, perverted cop confessed to the original accusations, he was NOT charged at the time, but was instead ‘quietly moved to a city works job.’ But remember- these law enforcement agents were NOT paying for their predations, so apparently they do not count when it comes to ‘protecting the children.’

 

And what about the horrific child sex abuse scandal in the UK 1970s- 1980s- involving many politicians and other VIPS? Why so little concern for those victims?

You can either click the link provided which will take you to the pdfs I created from the news articles, or you can do your own research by putting the year, name and location of the officer/ judge/ government agent in a search engine. I do not expect you to take my word for it- these are horrendous allegations of an astounding number of government employees.

If you know the outcome of any of these cases- or you know of other cases which are not cited here, by all means contact me with the links and I will add them. normajeanalmodovar [at] gmail.com


The following websites were used to compile this data:

 

And many others. Thanks to the courageous individuals who risk retaliation from law enforcement officers by exposing the bad ones.


  1. 1957 Jack McCullough | State Police Officer WA/


  1. 1985 Charles Leroy Earl | Police Officer Reno NV/
  2. 1986 Albert W. Cunningham | Police Officer LAPD Los Angeles CA/
  3. 1986 Michael Casados | Police Officer LAPD Los Angeles CA/
  4. 1986 Robert M. Swindle | Dawson | Sheriffs Deputies Victorville, CA/
  5. 1987 Doyle John Craig | Police Officer- LAPD, CA/
  6. 1987 Harvey W. Harper | Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles, CA/
  7. 1987 Robert Padilla | Police Lt. Long Beach, CA/
  8. 1988 Eduardo Nieves | Police Sergeant NYPD NY/

  1. 1990 Edward Rogers | FBI Agent- Denver, CO/
  2. 1990 Kevin Nowak and other cops Pleasant Ridge MI/
  3. 1991 David L Woodward | Police Chief officer killer Kansas/
  4. 1994 Stanley Tanabe | Police Officer- LAPD Los Angeles CA/

  1. 1995 Carlos Castillo | Police Officer- Bronx NY/
  2. 1995 Darrel Williams | Police Officer Kermit TX/
  3. 1995 Darryl Burt | Sheriff Deputy- Albuquerque, NM/
  4. 1995 Gerard Rotolo | Police Officer Brooklyn, NY/

  1. 1996 Rafael Suarez | Police Officer Bronx NY/
  2. 1996 Richard Ford | Police Detective NYPD, NY/
  3. 1996 Timothy E. Monahan Sr | Police Officer Leominster MA/
  4. 1986 Walter Wells | Police Officer Chicago IL/

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  1. 1997 David Louis Navarro | Police Sergeant LAPD Los Angeles CA/
  2. 1997 Harry Velasquez | Housing Police Officer Brooklyn NY/
  3. 1997 Joseph Marrero | Police Officer and Inspector Chief’s State Attorney’s Office- Hartford, Conn/

  1. 1998 Brian Matthews | Police Officer Brooklyn, NY/
  2. 1998 Stanley Burkhardt | Detective New Orleans LA/


  1. 2000 Michael K. Evans | State Trooper PA/

 

  1. 2001 Lawrence Roy Hall Jr. | Police Officer Fayetteville NC/

 


  1. 2002 Jason David Rosewarne | Police Officer Anaheim CA/
  2. 2002 Keith Maynard | Police Officer East Ridge City GA/

  1. 2003 Freddie Lee Johnson | Sheriff Deputy San Bernadino CA /
  2. 2003 Gandhi Lora | Police Officer Miami- Dade FL/
  3. 2003 Kirk Chapman | Police Officer Powell WY/
  4. 2003 Jeremy Alley | Police Chief Elmwood Place OH/
  5. 2003 Mark Pazuhanich | Judge Monroe County PA/
  6. 2003 William Andrew Glasscock Jr | Police Officer Midland, TX/

  1. 2004 Adam James Brown | Police Officer Riverside CA/
  2. 2004 David Kalish | Police Lt. LAPD Los Angeles CA/
  3. 2004 Gary Clifford | Police Lt. Newbury MA/
  4. 2004 Jermey Buss | Police Officer Farmington MN/
  5. 2004 John H. Conditt Jr | FBI agent Fort Worth TX/
  6. 2004 Jorge De la Cruz | Sheriff Deputy LA County CA/
  7. 2004 Jose Hector Nunez, Jr | Police Officer Hayward CA/
  8. 2004 Juan Antonio E. Jimenez | Sheriff Deputy LA County LA, CA /
  9. 2004 Luis Delgado | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  10. 2004 Mark French| Sheriff Pierce County, WA/
  11. 2004 Matthew Govan | Reserve Officer Allen County IN/
  12. 2004 Matthew Lavern Guy | Sheriff Sergeant Kent County MI/
  13. 2004 Robert Payne | Police Officer Pittsburgh PA/
  14. 2004 Ron Navarreta | Police Officer- Inglewood, CA/
  15. 2004 Travis W. Sorrells | State Trooper Fredericksburg VA/
  16. 2004 William Coulter | Police Officer Leominster, MA/

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  1. 2005 Arthur George Crabtree | Police Officer Glendale CA/
  2. 2005 Daniel William Hiers | Police Officer- Charleston, SC/
  3. 2005 Darrell Sanders | Police Officer Eatonton GA/
  4. 2005 David Smith | Police Officer Taunton MA/
  5. 2005 George Stan | Police Officer LAPD CA/
  6. 2005 Joseph Hutchens | State Trooper Arkansas/
  7. 2005 Larry Dale Floyd | Police Constable Denton County TX/
  8. 2005 Larry Williams | Police Officer Ravenna NE/
  9. 2005 Leonard Robinson | Police Chaplain Medina Pastor Medina OH/
  10. 2005 Randolph Cobian | Police Officer Henry County GA/
  11. 2005 Rick Beal | Police Officer Boise ID/
  12. 2005 Scott Trautner | State Trooper Minnesota/
  13. 2005 Tom Pustay | Police Investigator Pass Christian MS/
  14. 2005 Timothy Chavez | Police Detective Albuquerque, NM/
  15. 2005 William Buie | FBI agent Boise, ID/

  1. 2006 Angel Negron-|Police Officer NYPD, NY/
  2. 2006 Anthony Peluso | Police Officer Sedgwick KS/
  3. 2006 Basil Kenny Stanley | Police Captain Florence GA/
  4. 2006 Billy Hobbs | Police Major Nebraska State Patrol NB/
  5. 2006 Blas A. Garay | Sheriff Deputy Marion County Indiana/
  6. 2006 Bob Ingle | Police Officer Chickasaw ALA/
  7. 2006 Bob Wheeland | Police Officer Haskell OK/
  8. 2006 Cedric Green | Police Officer San Diego CA/
  9. 2006 Chad Everette Bourque | Police Officer Vidor, TX/
  10. 2006 Charlie Harp | Police Officer Little Rock ARK/
  11. 2006 Christopher Landers | Police Officer Somerville ALA/
  12. 2006 Damien Steele | Deputy Sheriff Goodlettsville TN/
  13. 2006 Damon A. Jefferson | Police Officer Trenton NJ/
  14. 2006 Danny Valdez | Police Officer Santa Fe NM/
  15. 2006 Darryl Gregory Sullivan | Police Officer Plano TX/
  16. 2006 David Boothe | Police Officer Moorehead City NC/
  17. 2006 David Lee Bishop | Police Officer Lakeland FL/
  18. 2006 Dennis P. Decker- Police Officer- Desert Hot Springs, CA/
  19. 2006 Dominick Labruzzi | Corrections Officer Rikers Island NY/
  20. 2006 Don Thompson | Police Officer Westerly RI/
  21. 2006 Edmund K. Dawes | Sheriff Deputy Lake County FL/
  22. 2006 Eric Dejuan Bradley | Police Officer Trainee Longview TX/
  23. 2006 Eric Wayne Stone | Police Officer Florence SC/
  24. 2006 Ian Gallagher | Police Officer Homer MI/
  25. 2006 Jason Estel Jackson | Police Officer Coburn VA/
  26. 2006 Jason Fretwell | Sheriff Deputy Nelson County VA/
  27. 2006 Jeffrey Michael Hickey | Police Officer Inverness FL/
  28. 2006 Jon Charles Holm | Sheriff Deputy Santa Barbara CA/
  29. 2006 Jon Stout | Sheriff Deputy Logan County OH/
  30. 2006 Kenneth Haga | Police Officer Huntsville AL/
  31. 2006 Kenneth John Freeman | Sheriff Deputy Benton Co. WA/
  32. 2006 Lance Suttles | Police Chief Bono AR/
  33. 2006 Lee William Giles Jr | Police Officer Tacoma, WA/
  34. 2006 Marc W. Carder | Police Officer College of Lake County IL/
  35. 2006 Matthew Allen | Sheriff’s Deputy Davis County UT/
  36. 2006 Matthew Hallman | Public Safety officer Kalamazoo MI/
  37. 2006 Michael Fernsler | Police Officer Lebanon County PA/
  38. 2006 Michael J. Henry | Police Officer Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation AZ/
  39. 2006 Michael James Fisher | Police Sergeant Alhambra CA/
  40. 2006 Patrick Taylor | Police Officer Dallas TX/
  41. 2006 Rhett Linley Kelly Jr | Police Officer Camden SC/
  42. 2006 Ricardo Rodriguez | Police Officer San Antonio Park TX/
  43. 2006 Richard Dimond | Police Officer South Londonberry TWP. PA/
  44. 2006 Rick Duhon | Police Chief Bono AR/
  45. 2006 Robert J. Dietrich | Sheriff Deputy Milwaukee County WI/
  46. 2006 Roger Dale Gentry | Sheriff Deputy Cass County TX/
  47. 2006 Samuel Spencer | Police Officer Montgomery AL/
  48. 2006 Stephen Robert Deck | Lt. California Highway Patrol Officer CA/
  49. 2006 Steve Aiken | Police Officer Quakertown PA/
  50. 2006 Steve Lincoln |Sheriff Deputy Dauphin County PA/
  51. 2006 Terrance Lavelle Smith | Police Officer Demopolis AL/
  52. 2006 Thomas Boysen | Sheriff Deputy Charlotte County FL/
  53. 2006 Thomas Louis Reynolds | Police Officer Orlando FL/
  54. 2006 Todd Monroe Spikes | Police Officer Florala AL/
  55. 2006 Tony D. Roberts | Police Officer Cherokee Police Dept. GA/
  56. 2006 Walt Bevel | Police Officer Des Moines Iowa/
  57. 2006 William Darryl Welch | Police Detective Baltimore MD/
  58. 2006 William Hutton | FBI Agent Maine/
  59. 2006 William Tullos | Sheriff Deputy Liberty TX/

  1. 2007 Anthony John Lesko | FBI agent Spotsylvania VA/
  2. 2007 Billy Doss | Police Officer Montgomery AL/
  3. 2007 Brian Anderson | Police Officer University of GA Athens GA/
  4. 2007 Christopher Lane Crews | Police Officer Atlantic Beach FL/
  5. 2007 Carl Graves | Sheriff Deputy Brevard County FL /
  6. 2007 Donald Louis Mainero | Sheriff Deputy Clackamas County OR/
  7. 2007 Douglas Karlson | Police Officer Woodbridge NJ/
  8. 2007 Edward Berzins |  Police Officer Gloucester Township NJ/
  9. 2007 Gabriel Pizzini | Sheriff Deputy Marion County FL/
  10. 2007 Harold Frost | Police Chief Kinston AL/
  11. 2007 Harold Goodman | Police Officer- Sheriff’s Deputy: Mayor St. George, MO/
  12. 2007 Harry Weatherholt | Campus Safety Officer Toledo OH/
  13. 2007 Jeff Cristofani | Police Officer Hayward, CA/
  14. 2007 Jim Matha | Police Chief Bono AR/
  15. 2007 John David Roy Atchison | Assistant US Prosecutor FL/
  16. 2007 Joseph Mican Abadla Carlos | Sheriff Deputy Los Angeles CA/
  17. 2007 Keith Winfield | Police Officer Somerville MA/
  18. 2007 Kenneth Barton | Sheriff Sergeant Charlotte County FL/
  19. 2007 Kenneth L. Longerbeam | Police Officer Washington DC/
  20. 2007 Kevin Owens | Police Officer Andalusia AL/
  21. 2007 Luke Andrew Tink | Police Officer New South Wales Australia/
  22. 2007 Orval Roger Miller | Police Officer Austin TX/
  23. 2007 Paul Brosky | Police Officer Miami-Dade FLA/
  24. 2007 Richard Louis Bridgewater | Sheriff Deputy Upshur County TX/
  25. 2007 Robert Lindsey Greene | Police Officer Crowley TX/
  26. 2007 Robert Pavlovich | Police Officer Marysville PA/
  27. 2007 Shawn Goodwin | Police Chief Plainview ARK/
  28. 2007 Stephen Kendall | Police Officer Boardman OH/
  29. 2007 Vincent Ariaz | Police Officer Brownwood TX/

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  1. 2008 Aaron Hughes | Police Captain Elko NV/
  2. 2008 Christopher Buckley | Police Officer New Orleans LA/
  3. 2008 Curtis Baumgarth | Police Officer Tempe AZ/
  4. 2008 Dane Davenport | State Trooper Warren County MS/
  5. 2008 David A. Johnson | FBI agent Pueblo, CO/
  6. 2008 David LaRose | Police Officer Prince George Maryland/
  7. 2008 Eric Tolen | US District Attorney St. Louis, MO/
  8. 2008 Gregory Allen Graham | Police Officer Fulton County GA/
  9. 2008 James Thomas Long | Corrections Officer Vanceboro NC/
  10. 2008 Jeffrey David Schinkel | California Criminal Investigator Novato, CA/
  11. 2008 Jeremy Haske | Sheriff Deputy Juneau County WI/
  12. 2008 Joey Rean | Sergeant Department of Public Safety TX/
  13. 2008 John L. Marra | Police Officer Uniontown OH/ WAS ALSO POLICE CHIEF TOO
  14. 2008 Joseph Guarascio | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  15. 2008 Joseph W. Giuliano | Top Border Patrol Agent WA/
  16. 2008 Justin Bowman | Police Officer Mesa AZ/
  17. 2008 Matthew Fanning | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  18. 2008 Marvin Eric Tart | Police Officer Boone NC/
  19. 2008 Nathan Van Fleet | Police Officer Durham, NY/
  20. 2008 Nkosi Emmett Littleton | Probation Officer Los Angeles CA/
  21. 2008 Ralph Cameron Lakin II | Police Officer LAPD CA/
  22. 2008 Raymond Cesar Vidales | Sheriff Deputy Riverside CA/
  23. 2008 Richard L. Corbin | Police Officer New Castle PA/
  24. 2008 Robert Melia Jr | Police Officer Moorestown PA/
  25. 2008 Rodney Eddy | Retired Police Officer LAPD CA/
  26. 2008 Rohan Mays | Police Officer Baltimore MD/
  27. 2008 Shane Lisenbee | Police Officer Beardstown ILL/
  28. 2008 Stephen Guy Thomas Jr | Police Officer Indian River FL/
  29. 2008 Steven Burgess | Sheriff Deputy Jackson County Mississippi/
  30. 2008 Thomas Eugene Fife | Police Officer Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA/
  31. 2008 Vincent Romone Wadley | Police Captain Albany, GA/
  32. 2008 Vivian “Rex” Little| Senior Police Commander New South Wales, Australia/
  33. 2008 Wayne Atkinson | Sheriff Deputy Mayesville SC/

  1. 2009 Aaron Aldridge | Police Officer New Hampshire/
  2. 2009 Aaron Pepion | Police Officer Blackfeet- Missoula, MT/
  3. 2009 Al Zimmerman | Official Department of Children and families Press Secretary, Tampa, FLA/
  4. 2009 Alan Vigiard | Police Officer Adams MA/
  5. 2009 Andrew Warren | CIA Agent /
  6. 2009 Angel Ramirez | Police Officer Midland Independent School District TX/
  7. 2009 Anthony Miller | Police Officer Hastings Minn/
  8. 2009 Anthony Santo | Police Officer Norwalk Conn/
  9. 2009 Antonio Jose White | Police Officer Macon GA/
  10. 2009 Billy Lee Moore | Police Officer Ukiah CA/
  11. 2009 Byron Burkhart | Police Officer Seguin TX/
  12. 2009 CBS story on pedophile cops and explorer scouts/
  13. 2009 Casey J. Nanez | Reserve Deputy Sheriff McDonald County MO/
  14. 2009 Chad E. Bradley | Police Officer Chattanooga, TN/
  15. 2009 Chad Lakey | Sheriff Sergeant Osceola FLA/
  16. 2009 Corey J. Yocum | Police Officer Olney TX/
  17. 2009 Daniel Bowden | State Trooper Florida Highway Patrol Lake County, FLA/
  18. 2009 Daniel Murray | Police Officer Minden LA/
  19. 2009 David Morikawa | State Trooper MI/
  20. 2009 David N. Thomas | Sheriff Deputy Calcasieu LA/
  21. 2009 David Reeves | Police Officer Winters, CA/
  22. 2009 Dennis Hughes | Police Officer Cleveland TN/
  23. 2009 Dennis Lewis | Assistant Police Chief Aurora, Indiana/
  24. 2009 Devin Staten | Airport Police Officer LAX CA/
  25. 2009 Donald L. Silcott | Sheriff Evidence Tech- Jacksonville, FLA/
  26. 2009 Douglas Paulsen | Police Officer West Valley, UT/
  27. 2009 George Richard Fox | Judge- Prosecutor- Clarkson Valley, Missouri/
  28. 2009 Gregory Alan Snyder | Sheriff Investigator  Itasca County, MN/
  29. 2009 Gregory Todd Bowden | Sheriff Deputy Bibb County, GA/
  30. 2009 Jaime Katz | Police Sergeant NYPD, NY/
  31. 2009 James M. Cameron | State Prosecutor Portland, Maine/
  32. 2009 Jeffrey Gibson | Police Officer Dillon SC/
  33. 2009 Jeffrey Scott Hoover | Sheriff Deputy Sumter FL/
  34. 2009 Joe Rocha | Corrections Officer Travis County TX/
  35. 2009 John Benn | Police Officer Heartland MO/
  36. 2009 John David Moon | Police Officer Tuskegee University, GA/
  37. 2009 John Deegan | Police Officer LAPD Los Angeles CA/
  38. 2009 Jonathan Hammons | Police Officer Cleveland TN/
  39. 2009 Ken Fox | California Highway Patrol Officer Oakland CA /
  40. 2009 Ken Koen | Sheriff Deputy Sergeant Iberia Parish, LA/
  41. 2009 Kent Baxley | FBI Agent Attorney Alabama/
  42. 2009 Kent Preston Gilley | Assistant Police Chief Bridgeport TN/
  43. 2009 Kevin Barrington | Police Officer Springfield, Ill/
  44. 2009 Kim Scott Graham | Police Officer Cottage Grove OR/
  45. 2009 Lawrence Ross Frame | Police Officer Newcastle PA/
  46. 2009 Louis Alvie Morris | Police Officer Stillwater, OK/
  47. 2009 Mark Benton Ashcraft | Police Officer Athena OR/
  48. 2009 Mark Petrina | Sheriff Deputy Kern County CA/
  49. 2009 Matthew Brown | Police Officer Albany GA/
  50. 2009 Matt Hill | Police Officer Burlington NC/
  51. 2009 Michael Boulware | Sheriff Deputy Sumter County SC/
  52. 2009 Mike Chauvin | Sheriff Deputy Harrison County Mississippi/
  53. 2009 Nathan Thomas | Police Officer Cleveland TN/
  54. 2009 Pedro Martinez | Police Officer- Springfield, MA/
  55. 2009 Rene Guillen | Police Officer Bal Harbour, FLA/
  56. 2009 Richard Davenport | State Trooper Miss Highway Patrol Starkville, MS/
  57. 2009 Robert Kennedy | Police Officer Waterbury CT/
  58. 2009 Robert “Bobby” Tameris | Police Officer Volusia County Beach FL/
  59. 2009 Rockey Walter Kummer | Police Officer Parker City FL/
  60. 2009 Ryan Jackson | Police Officer Shreveport LA/
  61. 2009 Scott Bramhall | Police Officer Waldoboro Maine/
  62. 2009 Scott Callan | Community Service Officer Salinas CA/
  63. 2009 Scott Uhrig | Police Chief St. George Missouri/
  64. 2009 Sean Patrick | Police Officer Charleston, W VA/
  65. 2009 Shawn Theo Thomsen | Sheriff Deputy Kingfisher County OK/
  66. 2009 Stephen Olenchak | Police Officer Davie FL/
  67. 2009 Steven Wayne Morris | Police Officer Bullard TX/
  68. 2009 Terrence Greenwald | Sheriff Deputy Waukesha WI/
  69. 2009 Todd Lengsfeld | Police Officer Newman, GA/
  70. 2009 Travis Ezell | Police Officer University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK/
  71. 2009 Tyrone Wiggins | Police Officer Philadelphia PA/
  72. 2009 Wilbert Dale Garcia | Sheriff Deputy Orange County CA/
  73. 2009 William Curtis | Police Officer Tuskegee AL/

  1. 2010 Adrian Makuch | Corrections Officer Philadelphia PA /
  2. 2010 Alfredo Palacios | Police Officer Pharr TX/
  3. 2010 Anthony Wayne Fletcher | Police Officer Riverside CA/
  4. 2010 Antonio De La Cruz | Police Officer South Plains TX/
  5. 2010 Bernett Collins | Police Officer Atlanta GA/
  6. 2010 Brandon Balthrop | Sheriff Deputy Stevens County OK /
  7. 2010 Bruce Allen Tucker | State Trooper MD/
  8. 2010 Carl Milton Maddox, Jr | Sheriff Deputy Henry County GA/
  9. 2010 Casey Shook | Police Officer Buckeye AZ/
  10. 2010 Charles Henry Bennett | TSA Agent Orlando FL/
  11. 2010 Charles Jonathan Corban | Police Officer Miami, FLA/
  12. 2010 Christopher Bowersox | Police Officer Bakersfield CA/
  13. 2010 Christopher J. Sundheim | Police Officer Jupiter Island, FLA/
  14. 2010 Damen Lowe | Police Officer Racine WI/
  15. 2010 Daniel Terry | Police Officer LaFollette TN/
  16. 2010 Daniel Ward | Sheriff Deputy Campbell County TN/
  17. 2010 Danny Surratt | Sheriff Deputy Lea County NM/
  18. 2010 David Prock | Sheriff Deputy Tillamook County OR/
  19. 2010 David Kass | Police Officer Omaha NE/
  20. 2010 David Lewellen | Sheriff Deputy Lafourche Parish LA/
  21. 2010 David McMullen | Police Officer Rutland VT/
  22. 2010 David Prock | Sheriff Deputy Tillamook County OR/
  23. 2010 David Salsbury | Sheriff Captain Milwaukee WI/
  24. 2010 David Schauwecker | Police Sergeant Rutland VT/
  25. 2010 Dennis Craig Bell | Police Officer US Capitol Police, Wash. DC/
  26. 2010 Dennis Dixon | US Customs Officer Memphis, TN/
  27. 2010 Denver Thomas | Police Officer Ripley W.VA/
  28. 2010 Donald Joseph Monplaisir | Probation Officer Riverside County, CA/
  29. 2010 Dustin McMillan | Sheriff Deputy Chatham County GA/
  30. 2010 Edward Smith | Police Officer St. Petersburg FLA/
  31. 2010 Edwin Salinda | Sheriff Deputy Honolulu HA/
  32. 2010 Fidel Carlos Castillo | Police Officer Seguin TX/
  33. 2010 Floyd Cooksey | Police Officer Independence LA/
  34. 2010 Foster G.  Bowen | Police Captain Huntington W.VA/
  35. 2010 Gary Neil Wilson | Sheriff Deputy Washington County, ARK/
  36. 2010 Gregory Vrooman | State Trooper ME/
  37. 2010 Hamilton Riley | Police Officer Searcy ARK/
  38. 2010 Isac De La Rosa | Police Officer Dallas TX/
  39. 2010 Jacques Mackenson | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  40. 2010 James Clay Toomes | Police Officer Altamonte Springs FLA/
  41. 2010 James Cifala | Police Officer Arundel MD/
  42. 2010 James Douglas Hasecuster | Police Captain Shelbyville IN/
  43. 2010 James Jackson Brown | Corrections Officer Chatham County GA/
  44. 2010 James N. Haspel | Police Officer Madison, NJ/
  45. 2010 Jason D. Henthorn | Police Officer Ohio State University OH/
  46. 2010 Jason Parks | Police Officer Rochelle GA/
  47. 2010 Jay Sandifer | State Trooper Louisiana/
  48. 2010 Jaymin Lenwood Murphy | Police Officer Navassa NC/
  49. 2010 John Benn | Police Officer Heartland MO/
  50. 2010 John H. Parkes | Police Officer Tacoma WA /
  51. 2010 John Mitchell Tomlinson | Sheriff Deputy Santa Rosa FLA/
  52. 2010 Joe Chavez | Texas ABC Agent TX/
  53. 2010 Jose Sanchez | Police Officer Granby CO/
  54. 2010 Joseph Nicholas Gettino | Police Officer Paola KS/
  55. 2010 Joshua Gines | Police Officer Bingen White Salmon WA/
  56. 2010 Julian Vasquez | Police Officer Corpus Christi TX/
  57. 2010 Keith Vaughn | Sheriff Deputy Cross County Arkansas/
  58. 2010 Kenneth Tomlinson- Police Chief Boy Scout Leader- Fredericktown MO/
  59. 2010 Kurt Marcus | Police Officer Huntersville NC/
  60. 2010 Kyle Mackey | Police Officer LaMoure ND/
  61. 2010 Lance Mosher | Police Officer Salinas CA/
  62. 2010 Lee John Leonard | Police Officer Ocean Springs, Mississippi/
  63. 2010 Leo Haley | Police Inspector Philadelphia PA/
  64. 2010 Leroy Kuffel | Police Officer Lake Round Beach IL/
  65. 2010 Lisandro Otero-Ortiz | Police Officer Trenton, NJ/
  66. 2010 Mariano Garibay | Police Officer Nogales, AZ/
  67. 2010 Mark Davis | Sheriff Deputy Denver CO/
  68. 2010 Marshall Freeman | Police Officer Mobile, AL/
  69. 2010 Matthew L. Aukamp | Police Officer Decatur IL/
  70. 2010 Michael Bareno | Sheriff Deputy Alameda County CA/
  71. 2010 Michael Bernard Wilson | Police Officer Fulton County, GA/
  72. 2010 Michael J. Lalley | Police Sergeant Newark NJ/
  73. 2010 Michael Pizzo | Sheriff Deputy Montgomery County, OH /
  74. 2010 Michael Richoux | Police Officer Westwego LA/
  75. 2010 Michael S Boyd | Police Officer Chesapeake, VA/
  76. 2010 Michael Thurman Hall | Police Officer Murphy, NC/
  77. 2010 Mike Akins | Police Chief Inman KS/
  78. 2010 Morgan Sellman | Police Officer Aurora, CO/
  79. 2010 Nicky R. Bryant – Donald Scott Clark | Police Officers Knoxville TN/
  80. 2010 Patrick Lynch | Police Chief Fox Lake WI/
  81. 2010 Paul Ayala | Police Officer Whittier, CA/
  82. 2010 Paul Briones | Sheriff Deputy Harris County, TX/
  83. 2010 Pentagon Child Porn Scandal/
  84. 2010 Phillip Meemken | Sheriff Deputy Stearns County Minn/
  85. 2010 Phillip Peterson | Police Officer Berkeley MO/
  86. 2010 Randall Hoffman | Judge and Police Chief Elgin, ND/
  87. 2010 Raul Rodriguez | Police Officer Corpus Christi TX/
  88. 2010 Ray Edward Brookins | Youth Prison Administrator Odessa TX/
  89. 2010 Reuben Delgadillo | Police Officer Caldwell, ID/
  90. 2010 Ricardo Rodriguez | Police Officer San Antonio Park, TX/
  91. 2010 Richard Carr | Police Officer Reserve Columbus, MS/
  92. 2010 Richard Goodwin | Police Officer Sellersburg IN/
  93. 2010 Robert K. Barr | Sheriff Deputy Dept Corrections Palm Beach, FLA/
  94. 2010 Robert Lewis | Police Sergeant Greenwood Ont Canada/
  95. 2010 Robert Price Cook | Police Officer Reserve Hartford, Conn/
  96. 2010 Robert Waterman | Police Officer Pennsville, NJ/
  97. 2010 Ronald Carwile | Sheriff Deputy Isle of Wight VA/
  98. 2010 Ronald S. Dunn | Master Police Officer Virginia Beach VA/
  99. 2010 Ross Albert Bowlin | Police Officer Cypress CA/
  100. 2010 Ryan Seese | FBI Agent PA/
  101. 2010 Sammy Cohen | Police Officer Anchorage Alaska/
  102. 2010 Samuel I. Kaplan | FBI tech employee- Gainesville, VA/
  103. 2010 Samuel Thomas Wills II | Sheriff Investigator Cook County GA/
  104. 2010 Scott Cole | Sheriff Deputy Orange County, CA/
  105. 2010 Scott James Whitcomb | DEA Agent TX/
  106. 2010 Sean Peters | State Attorneys investigator Orlando FL/
  107. 2010 Shane Allan Widner | Sheriff Deputy Grayson County VA/
  108. 2010 Stephen Young | Police Officer Boise, ID/
  109. 2010 Tank Guenther | Police Officer Albuquerque NM/
  110. 2010 Thomas Cummings | Police Officer Norwalk Conn/
  111. 2010 Timothy V. Young | Police Officer Miami FLA/
  112. 2010 Todd Fort | Chief Deputy Saline County Ill/
  113. 2010 Travis McRae | State Trooper TX/
  114. 2010 William Brian Duncan | Police Officer Lansing KS/
  115. 2010 William A. Jacobs | Police Chief Minneapolis Park Minn/

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  1. 2011 Aaron Clevert | Sheriff Deputy Richmond VA/
  2. 2011 Adam J. Kachadoorian | Police Officer North Brookfield MA/
  3. 2011 Albert Bill Pole | Jailer Crisp County GA/
  4. 2011 Albert William Echavarria | Correctional Officer Hanford CA /
  5. 2011 Alexander Nicholson | Sheriff Deputy Syracuse NY/
  6. 2011 Allan A. Hoffman III | Police Officer Henrico Co. VA/
  7. 2011 Andrew Welling | Police Officer South Ogden UT/
  8. 2011 Anthony Benjamin | Sheriff Deputy San Bernadino CA/
  9. 2011 Anthony Courage | Police Officer Quincy, MA /
  10. 2011 Anthony Mangione | ICE Agent South Florida FLA/
  11. 2011 Armando Padilla | Police Officer Taft TX/
  12. 2011 Austin McDaniel | Police Officer Memphis TN/
  13. 2011 Benjamin Wild | Police Officer Lake Charles, LA/
  14. 2011 Bobby Joe Hall | Police Officer  Texas and Oklahoma/
  15. 2011 Brandon Fraser | Police Officer Toronto ONT Canada/
  16. 2011 Brandon Simpson | Police Dispatcher LAPD CA/
  17. 2011 Brennon Lonergan | Sheriff Deputy Denver CO/
  18. 2011 Brian Ervin | Police Officer Juneau ALASKA/
  19. 2011 Brian Vincent | Police Officer Elwood and Wathena Kansas/
  20. 2011 Carolyn Harris | Police Officer Newport News, VA/
  21. 2011 Charles H. Dunsmore | Police Chief Sneedville TN/
  22. 2011 Child porn swoop nets 90 police | UK news | The Observer.pdf
  23. 2011 Chris Winkler | Police Officer Princeton WV/
  24. 2011 Christopher Balmaceda | Police Officer Glendale AZ/
  25. 2011 Christopher Harris | Police Officer Selma ALA/
  26. 2011 Christopher Thomas Davis | Sheriff Deputy White Count GA/
  27. 2011 Cleveland Tennessee Cops out of control Police Chief Wes Snyder/
  28. 2011 Clyde C. Davenport | Sheriff Deputy Caroline VA/
  29. 2011 Clyde Franklin Sanders Jr | Chief Deputy Pike County OH/
  30. 2011 Daniel Casas | Police Officer China Grove TX/
  31. 2011 Daniel Darwin Orders | Probation Officer Blackfoot ID/
  32. 2011 Daniel Saylor | Police Chief Windermere FL/
  33. 2011 Darian Llewellyn Anderson | Police Officer Biloxi Miss./
  34. 2011 Darrell Ford | Police Officer Tompkinsville KY/
  35. 2011 Darrin Nemelc | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  36. 2011 David John Hammeren | Police Officer Los Angeles, CA/
  37. 2011 David L. Bourque | Police Captain Granby Conn/
  38. 2011 David Oldham | Sheriff Deputy LaPorte IN/
  39. 2011 David Ralph Anderson | TSA Agent Elko NV/
  40. 2011 David Seibert | Sheriff Deputy Cedar County MO/
  41. 2011 David Williams | Police Officer Radcliff KY/
  42. 2011 Davy Crockett Davis | State Trooper Texas/
  43. 2011 Demetrius Condry | Police Officer Haines City FLA/
  44. 2011 Darrin Nemelc | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  45. 2011 Donald Gene Lewis | Police Chief Sulphur Springs, TX/
  46. 2011 Douglas H. Spensley | Police Officer Warrensburg, GA/
  47. 2011 Douglas Nick Sversko | State Trooper Lewisburg, PA/
  48. 2011 Douglas Ralph Bronson | Police Officer Toronto ONT CAN/
  49. 2011 Douglas H. Spensley | Police Officer Warrensburg GA/
  50. 2011 Eddie Laberon Matthews | Sheriff Deputy Bastrop County TX/
  51. 2011 Edward Hope Jr | State Police Captain VA/
  52. 2011 Eric McKee | Police Officer Chillicothe OH/
  53. 2011 Ericck Cain | Police Officer Memphis TN/
  54. 2011 Erik Alvarez | Police Officer Long Beach CA/
  55. 2011 Ernest William Grubbs | Sheriff Deputy Bedford County VA/
  56. 2011 Frank DeMaria | Police Officer Westchester County NY/
  57. 2011 Fred Ray Swank | Sheriff Deputy Eugene OR/
  58. 2011 Gabriel Davila | Sheriff Deputy Chambers County TX/
  59. 2011 Gary L. Wayerski | Police Chief Wheeler, WI/
  60. 2011 Gaylon Redwine | Sheriff Deputy Walker County GA/
  61. 2011 Granville Douglas “Bud” Kelley Jr | Police Detective retired Riverside CA/
  62. 2011 Greg P. Nicks | Police Officer Wichita KS/
  63. 2011 Gregory H. Filpus | State Trooper MI/
  64. 2011 Harold Glenn Phillips | Corrections Officer Gaffney SC/
  65. 2011 Harry Hintsala | Police Officer Warm Springs OR/
  66. 2011 Hector Jesus Zamora | Police Officer Holtville AZ/
  67. 2011 Henry Samuel Bates | Police Officer LaFayette LA./
  68. 2011 Henry Thomas Cole | Sheriff Detective Brunswick Co. NC/
  69. 2011 Hope Boutte | Sheriff Deputy Iberia LA/
  70. 2011 James Carney Ritterhoff | Police Officer Aurora MO/
  71. 2011 James Davis | Sheriff Deputy St. Tammany Parish, LA/
  72. 2011 James M. Norquay | State Trooper Milwalkee, WI/
  73. 2011 James R. Berthold | Police Officer Paterson, NJ/
  74. 2011 James Rogers | Police Officer Richmond KY/
  75. 2011 James Watson | Police Officer Nashville TN/
  76. 2011 Jason Elder | Police Officer Harrodsburg KY/
  77. 2011 Jason Wesley Hignight | Police Officer Lubbock TX/
  78. 2011 Jefferey David Carter | Police Officer Rome NY/
  79. 2011 Jeffrey Kimmel | Police Officer Ramsey NJ/
  80. 2011 Jeffery Webb Sr. | Police Officer Jackson MS/
  81. 2011 John Eric Freeman | Sheriff Deputy Alameda CA/
  82. 2011 John Lawrence Hinkle | Sheriff Deputy Columbia County OR/
  83. 2011 John Skoglund | Police Officer Minneapolis MN/
  84. 2011 John Swaim | California Highway Patrol Lt. Winterhaven CA/
  85. 2011 John W. Ingham | Police Officer NFTA  Niagra Falls NY/
  86. 2011 Jonathan Kendall | Police Officer Harrington Del/
  87. 2011 Jose Manuel Santiago | Police Officer Kennett Square PA/
  88. 2011 Joseph Anthony Moss | Sheriff Deputy Orange County, FLA/
  89. 2011 Joseph Bonsuk- | FBI Analyst Washington, DC/
  90. 2011 Josh Carrier | Police Officer Colorado Springs, CO/
  91. 2011 Kenneth Alexander | Sheriff Deputy Marina Del Rey CA/
  92. 2011 Kerbet Dixon | Court Officer Queens NY/
  93. 2011 Kevin Lee Davis | Utah Highway Patrol Trooper UT/
  94. 2011 Kevin Louther | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  95. 2011 Kevin Rowland | Police Officer Baltimore City MD/
  96. 2011 Lance Montgomery Mosher | Police Officer Salinas, CA/
  97. 2011 Larry Franco | Probation Officer Farmington NM/
  98. 2011 Leigh Abbott | Police Officer Waldoboro ME/
  99. 2011 Leon Antonio Scott | Prison Guard- Florence AZ/
  100. 2011 Marcos Kelly | Police Officer Jersey Cit, NJ/
  101. 2011 Mark Beezup | State Trooper Vermont/
  102. 2011 Matt Haylett | Police Officer Winnemucca NV/
  103. 2011 Matthew Anthony New | Police Officer Tyrone, GA/
  104. 2011 Matthew McMullen | Police Officer Department of Defense Wash. DC/
  105. 2011 Matthew Pike | Corrections Officer- Cedar Junction, MA/
  106. 2011 Maurice Martinez | Police Officer Oklahoma City, OK/
  107. 2011 Michael Archacki | Police Officer Firefighter Lancaster PA/
  108. 2011 Michael D. Nix | Sheriff Investigator Internal Affairs Hall County GA/
  109. 2011 Michael John Nelson | Sheriff Deputy Hardeman County TX/
  110. 2011 Michael Mangino | Police Officer Aurora, CO/
  111. 2011 Miguel Lucero | Police Officer El Paso TX/
  112. 2011 Mike Chaddock | Police Officer Peel Regional Toronto ONT CAN/
  113. 2011 Nadia Polynice | Probation Officer Los Angeles CO. CA/
  114. 2011 Nakia Johnson | Sheriff Deputy Fairfax County SC/
  115. 2011 Nathan J. Gastineau | Sheriff Deputy San Bernadino CA/
  116. 2011 Neil Hamilton Riley | Police Officer Searcy AR/
  117. 2011 Orlando Denison| Sheriff Deputy Long Beach CA/
  118. 2011 Otto Pena | Police Officer Valdosta GA/
  119. 2011 Patrick Hamburg | Border Officer International Falls Minn/
  120. 2011 Patrick Steiner | Police Officer Reserve  NYPD, NY/
  121. 2011 Paul Blair | Police Officer  Florida/
  122. 2011 Paul Lamarche | Reserve Police Officer  Cashion  OK/
  123. 2011 Paul Pierce | Police Officer D.A.R.E. Albany NY/
  124. 2011 Quevius Orion Thornton | Police Officer DeKalb County, GA/
  125. 2011 Randall Chisum| Police Officer  Clinton  TN/
  126. 2011 Randy Carl Hass | Sheriff Deputy Sullivan County TN/
  127. 2011 Randy Grote | Police Officer Cincinnati OH/
  128. 2011 Randy Lynn Quinn | State Trooper  Greenville, SC/
  129. 2011 Richard Avants | Corrections Officer Big Country TX/
  130. 2011 Richard Calvino | Police Officer Osage Beach MO/
  131. 2011 Richard Cannon | Sheriff Deputy Jacksonville FL/
  132. 2011 Richard Chandler | Police Officer  Kingsport  TN/
  133. 2011 Richard Griffin | Sheriff Deputy Appling County GA/
  134. 2011 Richard Kelley | Sheriff Deputy Woodstock VT/
  135. 2011 Richard Lee Lewis | Police Officer  Slaton  TX/
  136. 2011 Richard Matthew West | Sheriff Deputy Sampson County NC/
  137. 2011 Robert Bonness | Police Officer  Cleveland  OH/
  138. 2011 Robert Brian Hill | Police Officer Gautier MS/
  139. 2011 Robert Buchanan | Corrections Officer Cook Co. Ill/
  140. 2011 Robert Lee Williams | Police Officer Applicant San Diego CA/
  141. 2011 Robin Pagoria | Sheriff Deputy Orlando FL/
  142. 2011 Ryan Graichen | Police Officer Portland OR/
  143. 2011 Ryan Keith Evans | Police Officer  Section Police  AL/
  144. 2011 Sam A. Bowman | Sheriff Deputy  Frederick County  MD/
  145. 2011 Scott Womack | Sheriff Deputy  Elder County UT/
  146. 2011 Sean Marenkovic | Sheriff Deputy Ohio County W. VA/
  147. 2011 Shawn Baca | Sheriff Deputy Socorro NM/
  148. 2011 Shawn Wallace | Police Officer Walnut Creek, CA/
  149. 2011 Stephen Watson | Police Officer Manheim Borough, PA/
  150. 2011 Steve Goozey | Police Officer Carrabasset Valley Maine/
  151. 2011 Steve Plessinger | Sheriff Deputy Bullitt County KY/
  152. 2011 Steven Kyle Crews | Officer Baker County Jail- Baker County, FLA/
  153. 2011 Steven Ray Futral | Police Officer Ocean Springs Mississippi/
  154. 2011 Thomas Cupples | Police Officer Ferndale MI/
  155. 2011 Timothy Irwin Lewis | Police Officer Royston GA/
  156. 2011 Timothy Whitright | Police Officer Warsaw Indiana/
  157. 2011 Todd Johnson | Police Sergeant State Park Police NY/
  158. 2011 Tony Beerman | Police Officer Huron SD/
  159. 2011 Trent Young | Police Officer NY NY/
  160. 2011 Tyler Terrell Chase | Police Officer Medford, OR/
  161. 2011 Vernard Bailey | Sheriff Corporal Petersburg VA/
  162. 2011 Victor Jesus Valenzuela | Police Officer Nogales AZ/
  163. 2011 Walter Urena | Police Officer Alexandria LA/
  164. 2011 Will Owens | Police Officer Montgomery Alabama /
  165. 2011 William Best | Sheriff Deputy Hillsborough County FLA/
  166. 2011 William Hurlbut | Police Officer Aquia Harbor VA/
  167. 2011 William Fox | Police Officer NYPD, NY/
  168. 2011 William Layne Brushaber | Police Officer Pascagoula MS/

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  1. 2012 Aaron Clark | Police officer Rockaway Beach OR/
  2. 2012 Aaron L. Pope | Corrections Officer Racine WI/
  3. 2012 Adam Scott Martin | Police Officer Milan TN/
  4. 2012 Albert Covarrubias Jr | Police Officer Santa Maria CA/
  5. 2012 Alvin Dabney | Juvenile Detention Officer Jefferson Parish LA/
  6. 2012 Alysia Flynn | Police Officer Brevard County FL/
  7. 2012 Andrew Nielsen | Police Officer East Hartford Conn/
  8. 2012 Anthony Dattilo | Police Officer Philadelphia PA/
  9. 2012 Audeliz Nieves | Police Officer Albuquerque NM/
  10. 2012 Austin Wood | Sheriff Deputy Reserve Valencia County NM/
  11. 2012 Ben Christopher Edwards | Police Officer Harrodsburg KY/
  12. 2012 Benjamin Farson | Sheriff Deputy Marion County IN/
  13. 2012 Bill Haden | Police Officer Oklahoma City OK/
  14. 2012 Blaine R. Handerhan | Police Officer Mount Carmel Borough PA/
  15. 2012 Bradley C. Totten | Sheriff Deputy Pocahontas W.VA/
  16. 2012 Brent Mitchell Taylor | Police Captain Fredericksburg VA/
  17. 2012 Brian K. Flanner | Sheriff Deputy |Teacher Monroe MISS/
  18. 2012 Brian M. Peduto | Corrections Officer Augusta VA/
  19. 2012 Brian Nelson | Police Officer Everett WA/
  20. 2012 Cameron Dean Bates | Sheriff Deputy St. Lucie County FL/
  21. 2012 Carlos Periu | Sheriff Deputy Broward County FL/
  22. 2012 Cedric Webb | Police Officer St. Louis MO/
  23. 2012 Charles Farrell Long | Police Officer Albemarle County VA/
  24. 2012 Charles Walker | Police Officer East Texas TX/
  25. 2012 Christopher A. Carson | State Trooper VA/
  26. 2012 Christopher Branco | Police Officer Little Compton:Newport MA/
  27. 2012 Christopher J. Wilson | Police Officer Phoenix AZ/
  28. 2012 Christopher Winkler | Police Officer Princeton W.VA/
  29. 2012 Chuck Cusack | Police Officer Ocean City NJ/
  30. 2012 Clarence Jeremy Brister | Sheriff Deputy Livingston Parish LA/
  31. 2012 Clayton Calvin Griffin, Jr | Federal Protective Services Officer MD/
  32. 2012 Craig Cantin | Corrections Officer Cheshire Conn/
  33. 2012 Curtis Allen Smith | Police Officer Wylie TX/
  34. 2012 Dale Couch | Sheriff Lieutenant Manatee County FL/
  35. 2012 Daniel Funderburg | Sheriff Deputy Idaho County ID/
  36. 2012 Daniel Sayer | Reserve Officer NYPD NY/
  37. 2012 Darrel Williams | Police Officer Brownfield TX/
  38. 2012 David D. Lowe | Police Officer Gwinnett GA/
  39. 2012 David Eagal | Sheriff Deputy Westmoreland VA/
  40. 2012 David Krego | Police Officer Waterville Township OH/
  41. 2012 David Wayne Land | Sheriff Deputy Harris County TX/
  42. 2012 Derik Navarro | Sheriff Deputy Lake County CA/
  43. 2012 Derek Jones | Resource Officer Deputy Northumberland VA/
  44. 2012 Derick Hundley | Sheriff Constable Dyersburg TN/
  45. 2012 Dexter Lavon Mason | Parole Officer Clarksville TN/
  46. 2012 Domingo Cardenas Jr | State Trooper Bison Kansas/
  47. 2012 Donald Sachtleben | FBI Agent: Supervisor Carmel Indiana/
  48. 2012 Duane Chavez | State Corrections Officer NM/
  49. 2012 Earl Klapperich | Sheriff Deputy Butte County CA/
  50. 2012 Edward Negron | Sheriff Deputy Onslow County NC/
  51. 2012 Eleazar Gongora, Jr. | Sheriff Deputy Harris County TX/
  52. 2012 Ellis Simmons | Juvenile Detention Officer Winnebago Ill/
  53. 2012 Eric Janusz | Police Officer Grand Junction CO/
  54. 2012 Eric Jason Campbell | Police Officer East Texas TX/
  55. 2012 Erik Alexandro Orduno | Sheriff Deputy Victorville CA/
  56. 2012 Estevan Arizaga | Police Officer Santa Clara NM/
  57. 2012 Frank Ranzie | Police Officer Boyton Beach FL/
  58. 2012 Frank Tillman | Police Officer Albuquerque NM/
  59. 2012 Frederick Wojick | Police Officer Peabody MA/
  60. 2012 Gabriel Davila | Sheriff Deputy Chambers Co TX/
  61. 2012 Garrett Vandereecken | Police Officer Las Vegas NV/
  62. 2012 George B. Gibson | Police Officer Hebron NJ/
  63. 2012 George Michael Puskas | Police Officer Ripley WVA/
  64. 2012 Gerald Roland Harris | Highway Patrol Officer Redding CA/
  65. 2012 Gerald Silva | Probation Officer Sex Offender Unit Providence RI/
  66. 2012 Gerardo Hernandez | Deputy Constable Harris County TX/
  67. 2012 Gregory Pyle | Sheriff Deputy McHenry County IL/
  68. 2012 Harold Lamont Fletcher | Sheriff Deputy New Hanover NC/
  69. 2012 Harry Shane Mosley | Police officer Oldham KY/
  70. 2012 Hector Cuellar | Secret Service Agent for VP Biden/
  71. 2012 Huey Edward Nichols | Sheriff Deputy Harrison County TX/
  72. 2012 Jack Van Matre | Police Officer Springfield MO/
  73. 2012 Jackie Sands | Sheriff Deputy Maury County TN /
  74. 2012 James D. Hall | State Trooper MO/
  75. 2012 James Edward Deford | Police Officer Virginia Commonwealth University, VA/
  76. 2012 James Howard Scharfschwerdt | Police Officer Vero Beach FL/
  77. 2012 James Leone | NY State Senior Parole Officer NY/
  78. 2012 James Scott | Police Officer Cartersville GA/
  79. 2012 Jamie Krenitsky | Police Captain Old Forge PA/
  80. 2012 Jamie T. Bell | Police Officer Canton MO/
  81. 2012 Jarmal Akfpon Flood | Sheriff Deputy New Hanover County NC/
  82. 2012 Jarrell Lee Clifton II | Sheriff Deputy and Prosecutor Pocahontas W.VA/
  83. 2012 Jason Cochran | Sheriff Deputy Tipton TN/
  84. 2012 Jason Villasana | Police Officer Sabinal TX/
  85. 2012 Jason W. Kreig | Police Officer Pemberton Twp PA/
  86. 2012 Jeffrey Harwell | Juvenile Detention Officer DeSoto TN/
  87. 2012 Jeremy Brister | Sheriff Deputy Livingston Parish La/
  88. 2012 Jeremy English | Sheriff Constable Harris County TX/
  89. 2012 Joanna Harris | Sheriff Deputy Randolph County AL/
  90. 2012 John Clement Nauroth | Police Chief Nicholson PA/
  91. 2012 John Frederick Garner | Sheriff Sergeant San Diego CA/
  92. 2012 John Harlan Mullins | Sheriff Deputy Henrico County VA/
  93. 2012 John Harwood | Sheriff Deputy Dickinson County KS/
  94. 2012 John Ingham | Police Officer Barker NY/
  95. 2012 John Thomas DeGuire | Police Officer Sylvester GA/
  96. 2012 John Vargas-Cifrino | Police Officer Rindge NH/
  97. 2012 Johnny Irvin Walters | Corrections Officer Mule Creek CA/
  98. 2012 Johnny Lamart Hernandez | Sheriff Deputy Bradford County FL/
  99. 2012 Jose Jalomos | Border Patrol Officer Hebbronville TX/
  100. 2012 Joseph F. Doscher | Corrections Officer NJ/
  101. 2012 Joseph L. Hunt | Police Officer Coon Rapids MN/
  102. 2012 Joseph McGill | Police Officer Wichita KS/
  103. 2012 Joseph Ruhren | Police Officer Dumfries VA/
  104. 2012 Joseph Tran | Police Officer Maplewood MN/
  105. 2012 Juan De los Rios | Police Captain Miramar FL/
  106. 2012 Keith Dietterle | Analyst FBI Wash. DC/
  107. 2012 Kendall Elmer West | Sheriff Deputy Wicomico MD/
  108. 2012 Kenneth Nieves | Police Officer Norwich CT/
  109. 2012 Kevin T. Zebell | ESDA Officer Romeoville IL/
  110. 2012 Kirt Yarbrough | Police Officer Killeen TX/
  111. 2012 Krister Kaj Vilen | Police Detective New Orleans La/
  112. 2012 Larry Linley | DA Investigator Former Police Officer Fort Bend TX/
  113. 2012 Larry Semenza | Police Chief Old Forge PA/
  114. 2012 Lawson Hardrick | Border Patrol Officer Calexico CA/
  115. 2012 Lawrence Johnson | Jailer and retired teacher Kerr County TX/
  116. 2012 Leo Haley | Police Inspector Philadelphia PA NEW ARREST/
  117. 2012 Levy Kelly | Police Officer Tuskegee Alabama/
  118. 2012 Lynn Tabb | Deputy Sheriff Citrus County FL/
  119. 2012 Manuel Enrique Perallon Jr | Sheriff Deputy Cerritos CA/
  120. 2012 Marvin J. Geraci | Reserve Deputy Sheriff Plaquemines Parish, La/
  121. 2012 Matthew A. Lyons | Sheriff Deputy Isle of Wight County VA/
  122. 2012 Matthew Melillo | Police Officer New Rochelle NY/
  123. 2012 Matthew Mole | Police Officer Waite Hill/ Willoughby Hills/ Beachwood and Mentor-on-the-Lake OH/
  124. 2012 Maurice Martinez | Police Officer Oklahoma City OK/
  125. 2012 Michael Brayton |Sheriff Deputy Langlade County WI/
  126. 2012 Michael Kish | Police Officer Avon OH/
  127. 2012 Michael Risenhoover | Corrections Officer Tulare CA/
  128. 2012 Michael S. Cash | Sheriff Deputy Benton County MO/
  129. 2012 Michael Shane Baker | Police Officer LaFollette TN/
  130. 2012 Michael Smith | Police Officer Royal Oak MI/
  131. 2012 Miguel Zapata | Sheriff Deputy Galveston TX/
  132. 2012 Mitchell Breland | Police Officer Moulton AL/
  133. 2012 Nancy Scraper | Muskogee County Juvenile Officer Tulsa OK/
  134. 2012 Nicholas Bolden | Border Patrol Agent Gulfport Mississippi/
  135. 2012 Nicholas W. Butler | Police Officer Manito IL/
  136. 2012 Noah Pestak | Police Officer Truth or Consequences NM/
  137. 2012 Noe Yanez | Police Officer Long Beach CA/
  138. 2012 Oscar Rodriguez | Sheriff Deputy Los Angeles CA/
  139. 2012 Patrick Cavan LeBlanc | Police Officer Birmingham AL/
  140. 2012 Patrick Clay Stackhouse | Police Officer Hennessey OK/
  141. 2012 Patrick D’Arrigo | Police Officer San Jose CA/
  142. 2012 Patrick Rosney | Police Sergeant Troy NY/
  143. 2012 Paul Bailey | Police Officer Maui Hawaii/
  144. 2012 Philip Wentzel | Sheriff Deputy Milwaukee WI/
  145. 2012 Phillip Lowery | Corrections Officer White County IL/
  146. 2012 Phillip Woolery | Police Officer Grapevine TX/
  147. 2012 Raul Mascorro | Police Officer Shakopee MN/
  148. 2012 Ray Kiefer Jr | Police Officer Louisville KY/
  149. 2012 Raymond Edward Kish | Police Officer Winston- Salem NC/
  150. 2012 Rene Barrientes | Police Corporal La Feria TX/
  151. 2012 Richard Chandler | Police Officer Kingsport LA/
  152. 2012 Richard Di Giovanni | Sheriff Deputy Los Angeles CA/
  153. 2012 Richard Eric McKee | Police Officer Chillicothe OH/
  154. 2012 Richard L. Hays | Police Officer St. Louis MO/
  155. 2012 Rick Jon Ferguson | Sheriff Deputy Boulder CO/
  156. 2012 Robert B. Rennie Jr | Homeland Security Officer Wash DC/
  157. 2012 Robert Brian Hill | Police Officer Gautier MS/
  158. 2012 Robert C. Holland | California Highway Patrol Officer Truckee CA/
  159. 2012 Robert Carlton Shirer | Police Officer Moncks Corner SC/
  160. 2012 Robert Emerson Robinson | Corrections Officer Harris County TX/
  161. 2012 Robert Eugene Ruark | Police Officer Pastor Unk. city CA/
  162. 2012 Robert Hodges | Police Officer Modesto CA/
  163. 2012 Robert Holmes | Police Chief Marboro NJ/
  164. 2012 Robert Kevin Britt | Police Officer Big Brother Volunteer Pensacola FL/
  165. 2012 Robert Lellock | Public Schools Officer Pittsburgh PA/
  166. 2012 Robert McChester Jr | Police Officer Corpus Christi TX/
  167. 2012 Robert Stacy Kilgore | Sheriff Deputy Henderson CO. TN/
  168. 2012 Robert Robinson | Jailer Harris Co TX/
  169. 2012 Robert Tameris | Police Officer Volusia Beach FL/
  170. 2012 Robert White | Police Officer Berry Hill TN/
  171. 2012 Robyne Koch | Police Officer Mont Belvieu TX/
  172. 2012 Rod Bretches | Police Officer Loveland CO/
  173. 2012 Rodney Allen Thompson | Police Officer Boone Iowa/
  174. 2012 Rodney Cordell | Sheriff Deputy Franklin County GA/
  175. 2012 Roger Forney | Department of Public Safety Officer AZ/
  176. 2012 Ronald Baker | Police Officer Seminole FL/
  177. 2012 Roosevelt Givens | Sheriff Deputy Hillsborough FL/
  178. 2012 Rosandre Burgher | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  179. 2012 Sam Ross | Police Officer Greece NY/
  180. 2012 Scott Elliott | Police Officer Portland OR/
  181. 2012 Stanley Dorozynski | Child Protective Services Case worker Former Cop Utica NY/
  182. 2012 Steven L. Carson | Corrections Officer Graham Correction Center IL /
  183. 2012 Stephen Crossen | Sheriff Deputy Catoosa County TN/
  184. 2012 Steven Metz | ICE Agent NY/
  185. 2012 Steven Vigorito | Police Officer Westwood Park NJ/
  186. 2012 Stuart Forrest | Chief Probation Officer San Mateo CA/
  187. 2012 Tarneisha Thomas | Officer Department of Juvenile Justice FL/
  188. 2012 Taylon Bain | Police Officer Malta MT/
  189. 2012 Terry Farris | Police Officer Holdenville Okla/
  190. 2012 Theodore Fernandes | Police Officer Rialto CA/
  191. 2012 Thomas Harmon DeMont | Police Captain Jacinto City Texas/
  192. 2012 Thomas Ingham | Sheriff Officer Essex Co. NJ/
  193. 2012 Thomas S. Nelson | Reserve Deputy Sheriff Crawford Co. OK/
  194. 2012 Thomas Shawn | Sheriff Deputy Reserve Crawford County OK/
  195. 2012 Todd M. Watson | Juvenile Detention Officer Franklin County OH/
  196. 2012 Todd Smith | Police Officer Columbus OH/
  197. 2012 Tom Seeling | Police Officer Dublin OH/
  198. 2012 Trey J. Welch | Corrections Officer Shreveport LA./
  199. 2012 Troy Gee | Police Officer Baltimore MD/
  200. 2012 Tyler Reinpold | Police officer Scottsbluff NE/
  201. 2012 Unnamed NM COP pedophile/
  202. 2012 Victor Castillo | Police Officer Portales NM/
  203. 2012 Virgil Moore | Sheriff Deputy Jackson County Mississippi/
  204. 2012 Wade Dilley | Police Officer Linden MI/
  205. 2012 Wade Williams | Tennessee State Trooper/
  206. 2012 William “Bill” Watson | Police Officer Madison GA./
  207. 2012 William Gage | Police Chief Aurora Nebraska/
  208. 2012 William Jacobs | Police Officer Minneapolis MN./
  209. 2012 Willie Clarence Lee Jr. | Police Officer MARTA GA/
  210. 2012 Willie Toney | Police Officer Troy Alabama/

 


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2013

2013 CLEET certification continues for some sex-offending officers – Tulsa World: News.pdf

2013 Is that a Sexual PredatorBehind that Badge.pdf

  1. 2013 Aaron Nelson | Reserve Police Officer Stover MO/
  2. 2013 Aaron Heuer | Sheriff Deputy Mille Lacs County MN/
  3. 2013 Aaron Z. Pross | Police Officer Baltimore County MD/
  4. 2013 Adam Schwabrow | Police Officer Johnstown NY/
  5. 2013 Alan Manchester | Sheriff Deputy Nassau FL/
  6. 2013 Alberto Randazzo | Police Sergeant NYPD NY/
  7. 2013 Alberto Yard | Court Officer Brooklyn NY/
  8. 2013 Alex Robinson | Police Officer Wichita Kansas/
  9. 2013 Allen Hall | Police Officer Chicago Ill/
  10. 2013 Andres Jorge Snape, Jr. | Police Officer Ahoskie NC/
  11. 2013 Andrew Haney | Police Officer West Columbia SC/
  12. 2013 Angelo Vickers | Corrections Officer Louisianna Parich /
  13. 2013 Anthony |Tony Fregger | Sexual Assault Investigator San Jose CA/
  14. 2013 Barry Porter Griffith | State Parole Officer Flint TX/
  15. 2013 Billy Rowe | Police Officer Fort Smith AR/
  16. 2013 Bradley Schnickel | Police Officer Minneapolis MN/
  17. 2013 Brian Morales | Police Officer Tampa FL/
  18. 2013 Bruce Turner | Highway Patrol Trooper Utah/
  19. 2013 Cale Worley | Police Officer Rushville IN/
  20. 2013 Calvin L. Aaron Jr | Police Officer Zwolle LA/
  21. 2013 Carlos Gonzalez | Police Officer Lawrence MA/
  22. 2013 Carlos Martinez | Police Sergeant Monroe WA/
  23. 2013 Charles “Chip” Amati | Police Sergeant Woodstock IL/
  24. 2013 Charles Terry | Police Officer Nolensville TN/
  25. 2013 Christopher Allen Ford | Police Officer Midland City AL/
  26. 2013 Christopher Lee Sutton | Sergeant Conroe TX/
  27. 2013 Christopher Lincecum | Sheriff Deputy Lyon Co. Iowa/
  28. 2013 Christopher Pulling | Corrections Officer Yuma AZ/
  29. 2013 Christopher Warren | Police Officer Beaverton OR/
  30. 2013 Clinton Williams Jr. | Sheriff Office Employee Detention Center Charlotte NC/
  31. 2013 Cody Lee Smith | Police Officer Wyoming PA/
  32. 2013 Corey Gray | Sheriff Deputy Williamson County TN/
  33. 2013 Cory Colvin | Corrections Officer East Texas TX/
  34. 2013 Cory Cooper | Sheriff Deputy Douglas County NE/
  35. 2013 Dale Malesh | Police Officer Warren MI/
  36. 2013 Damon Broussard | Police Officer Lake Arthur LA/
  37. 2013 Daniel Camerano | Police Officer Irwindale CA/
  38. 2013 Daniel Gonzalez | Police Officer Togiak Alaska/
  39. 2013 Daniel M. Lanious | Police Officer Adams County PA /
  40. 2013 Daniel Shawn Evans | Police Officer General Assembly, NC/
  41. 2013 Darrell Beavers | Police Officer Cincinnati OH/
  42. 2013 David Broome | Constable Sequatchie County TN/
  43. 2013 David Cerda | Police Officer Kingsville TX/
  44. 2013 David Charles Corkett | State Trooper Astoria OR/
  45. 2013 DeAron Walker | Police Officer Shreveport LA/
  46. 2013 Dennis Hines | Special Deputy McCracken County KY/
  47. 2013 Dennis P. Jenks | Police Officer Mount Horeb WI/
  48. 2013 Derek Walton | Sheriff Deputy Franklin County IN/
  49. 2013 Desmond Pratt | Police Detective New Orleans LA/
  50. 2013 Dominic Cassinelli | Police Officer Winnemucca NV/
  51. 2013 Donald Michael Black | Sheriff Deputy Sacramento County CA/
  52. 2013 Donald Ray Sanders Jr | Police Officer School Liaison Amarillo TX/
  53. 2013 Douglas Burkhalter | Police Officer retired Savannah GA/
  54. 2013 Duane Eric West | Sheriff Deputy Kent TX/
  55. 2013 Dustin William Hensley | Sheriff Deputy Clark OH/
  56. 2013 Edward John Hofer | California Highway Patrol Officer Burbank CA/
  57. 2013 Edward Lueck | Sheriff Deputy Volusia FLA/
  58. 2013 Ernest Martinez IV | Police Officer Robstown TX/
  59. 2013 Evan Garrett Riddle | Police Officer Cordell OK/
  60. 2013 Forrest William Johnson| Federal Agent Texas/
  61. 2013 Francisco “Frank” Jose Drummond | Police Officer Modesto CA/
  62. 2013 Frank H. Taylor II | Corrections Officer Onondaga NY/
  63. 2013 Fred Savage | Police Chief El Reno OK/
  64. 2013 Frederick Allen | Police Officer Baltimore MD/
  65. 2013 Galen Underwood | Sheriff Deputy San Mateo County CA/
  66. 2013 Geoffrey Townsend | Police Officer Detroit MI/
  67. 2013 Glenn Lippard | Sheriff Deputy Saline County KS/
  68. 2013 Glynn Howard Johnson | Police Officer Retired child sex crimes investigator CA/
  69. 2013 Harry Butch Parris | Sheriff Deputy Fayette GA /
  70. 2013 Herbert Eugene Miller | Auxiliary Police Officer Greeneville TN/
  71. 2013 Horace Barstow | Sheriff Deputy Somerset ME/
  72. 2013 Isaac Martinez | State Trooper Indianna/
  73. 2013 Jackie Neal | Police Officer San Antonio TX/
  74. 2013 Jaime Ivan Ocanas | Border Patrol Agent School Officer TX/
  75. 2013 James Allen Riley Jr | Police Officer Hillsborough NC/
  76. 2013 James Haley Jr | Sheriff Deputy Vigo County IN/
  77. 2013 James Perna | Sheriff Deputy Passaic County NJ/
  78. 2013 James Stewart Myers | Juvenile Probation Officer Missoula MT/
  79. 2013 Jared M. Tomlinson | Reserve Police Officer Marysville CA/
  80. 2013 Jason Paul Jones | Police Officer Mt. Pleasant TN/
  81. 2013 Jason Sutter | Sheriff Deputy La Plata County CO/
  82. 2013 Jason Villasana | Police Officer Sabinal TX/
  83. 2013 Jeff Detwiler | Police Officer Exeter CA/
  84. 2013 Jeremy Angelo | Police Officer Waverly IL/
  85. 2013 Jeremy Rose | Police Officer Tremonton UT/
  86. 2013 Jeremy Yachik | Police Officer Berthoud CO/
  87. 2013 Jerry Ballinger | Police Officer Augusta KS/
  88. 2013 Jerry Clanton and Stratford Young | State Troopers Kentucky/
  89. 2013 Joe Adam Flores | Corrections Officer Williamson County TX/
  90. 2013 John Andrew Steele |Civilian Police Officer Dept. of Defense /
  91. 2013 John Augustus Rose II | Sheriff Deputy LA County CA/
  92. 2013 John C. Nuckolls | Police Officer Staunton VA/
  93. 2013 John Clayton Fields II | Police Officer Ashland TN/
  94. 2013 John Poland |Police Officer South Lake Tahoe CA/
  95. 2013 John Edwin Puckett | Police Officer Westmoreland TN/
  96. 2013 John Junke | District Court Judge Walla Walla WA/
  97. 2013 John Van Trump | Sheriff Deputy Harris County TX/
  98. 2013 John Warhurst | Police LT. Prince George County WA/
  99. 2013 Jonathan Lewis Helm | Sheriff Deputy Tarrant County TX/
  100. 2013 Jorge Luis Villafuerte | Caseworker Child Protective Services El Paso TX/
  101. 2013 Jose Roman | Police Detective Goodyear AZ/
  102. 2013 Joseph Ferrante | Police Officer retired Peabody MA/
  103. 2013 Joseph Robert Harding | Sheriff Deputy Rockdale GA/
  104. 2013 Joshua Michael Wright | State Trooper Maryland/
  105. 2013 KC Scott Allen | Jailer Hill County TX/
  106. 2013 Kevin L. Cundiff | Police Officer Ouray CO/
  107. 2013 Kevin Mckenzie | Police Officer Pinecrest FL/
  108. 2013 Kyle B. Garstka | Jailer Saulk Counry WI/
  109. 2013 Lanice Clifton Bonds | Police Officer Dothan AL /
  110. 2013 Larry Heyward | Sheriff Deputy Hampton County SC/
  111. 2013 Leland Dale Benson | Police Chief Myrtle Creek OR/
  112. 2013 Leon Outwater | Police Officer Kobuk Alaska/
  113. 2013 Leroy Mitchell | Prison Lt. Chester County PA/
  114. 2013 Lester Calvin Williams | Police Officer Canton MS/
  115. 2013 Linwood Barnhill | Police Officer Wash DC/
  116. 2013 Manuel Williams | Police Officer DeKalb County GA/
  117. 2013 Marc Washington | Police Officer Washington DC/
  118. 2013 Mario Estrada | Police Officer California Dept of State Hospitals CA/
  119. 2013 Mario Luna | Detention Officer Lubbock TX/
  120. 2013 Mario Pradere | Sheriff Sergeant Balm Beach FL/
  121. 2013 Mark Hicks | Sheriff Deputy Polk County FL/
  122. 2013 Mark Lindburg | Police Chief Hemingford NB/
  123. 2013 Mark Preller | Sheriff Deputy Mora County NM/
  124. 2013 Martin Ward | Police Officer Tucson AZ/
  125. 2013 Matthew Ashmore | Police Officer Memphis TN/
  126. 2013 Maxwell Blanchard | Sheriff Deputy County MO/
  127. 2013 Michael Anderson Hurd | Corrections Officer Charles County MD/
  128. 2013 Michael D. Siddon | Sheriff Deputy Ouachita LA/
  129. 2013 Michael Ford | Police Officer Alexander City AL/
  130. 2013 Michael Garcia | Police Investigator Las Cruces NM/
  131. 2013 Michael Gray | Police Detective Flagstaff AZ/
  132. 2013 Michael Grennier | Police Captain South Plainfield NJ/
  133. 2013 Michael Mangarillo | Corrections Officer Altona NY/
  134. 2013 Michael P. Osborn | Police Officer Fort Worth TX/
  135. 2013 Michael Palmer | Police Chief West Columbia TX/
  136. 2013 Miguel Quinones | TSA Top Agent Manchester MA/
  137. 2013 Miguel Schiappapietra | Police Officer LAPD CA/
  138. 2013 Modesto Alamo | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  139. 2013 Neil J. Shea | Police Officer Worcester MA/
  140. 2013 Nicholas Santo | Police Officer Norristown PA/
  141. 2013 Nicolas Sheldon Brown | Corrections Sergeant Kirkland SC/
  142. 2013 Owen Ockman | Police Officer Sorrento LA/
  143. 2013 Patrick Edward Earwood | Police Officer Cave Springs GA/
  144. 2013 Paul Charles Manganelli Jr | Police Officer Waltham MA/
  145. 2013 Peter Ciollo | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  146. 2013 Randy Spencer | Sheriff Deputy Marion OH/
  147. 2013 Ricardo Lee Fortson | Corrections Officer CO/
  148. 2013 Richard Adam Hall | Lieutenant Chatham County GA/
  149. 2013 Richard Hastings | Police Officer San Francisco CA/
  150. 2013 Richard Scott Burton | Police Chief Retired Mt. Airy GA/
  151. 2013 Richard Scott McLeod | Police Officer Hayward CA/
  152. 2013 Robert Beverage | Sheriff Deputy Green County VA/
  153. 2013 Robert Farrill | Sheriff Deputy Okmulgee County OK/
  154. 2013 Robert French | Sheriff Deputy Douglas County CO/
  155. 2013 Robert Geist | Police Chief Berks County PA/
  156. 2013 Robert Gutierrez, Jr. | Reserve Deputy Waurika OK/
  157. 2013 Robert James Priester | State Trooper Jasper County SC/
  158. 2013 Robert Lodwick | Police Officer Youngstown OH/
  159. 2013 Robert Mellette Dunn | Jailer Supervisor Spartanburg County SC/
  160. 2013 Robert Mullen | Police Officer (retired) Lawton OK/
  161. 2013 Rodolfo Hinojosa | Police Officer Rio Grande City TX/
  162. 2013 Roger E. Mueller | Police Chief Celeste TX/
  163. 2013 Ron Ciancimino | Police Officer Yuma AZ/
  164. 2013 Rory Qualls | Police Officer Macon GA/
  165. 2013 Russell Dean Millsaps | Police Sergeant retired Mesa AZ/
  166. 2013 Samuel DiProto | Police Officer Middletown Conn/
  167. 2013 Scott Litten | Police Officer Capital IND/
  168. 2013 Shamalar Fields | State Public Safety Officer LA CA /
  169. 2013 Stephen Cardamone | Corrections Officer Clark Summit PA/
  170. 2013 Steve E. Bodine | Police Chief Spearsville LA/
  171. 2013 Steven Fitzgerald Slimak | Police Officer Alliance OH/
  172. 2013 Steven Lowe | Police Officer Wisconsin Rapids WI/
  173. 2013 Steven Webb | Police Officer Kanapolis NC/
  174. 2013 Stewart Miller | Police Officer Columbus OH/
  175. 2013 Taylon Jeffrey Bain | Police Officer Glendive MT/
  176. 2013 Thomas Andrew Taylor | Fire Captain Reserve Deputy Sheriff Green County NC/
  177. 2013 Todd Tripp | Sheriff Deputy Ascension Parish LA/
  178. 2013 Tony Gonzalez | Police Officer Silverton OR/
  179. 2013 Travis Beard | Sheriff Deputy Adair County AR/
  180. 2013 Troy Pope | Corrections Officer Calhoun County MI/
  181. 2013 Tyler Lee Graumenz | Police Dispatcher State Police PA/
  182. 2013 Wendel Palmer | Police Officer Wash. D.C./
  183. 2013 Will Ewing | Police Sergeant Retired Conroe TX/
  184. 2013 William Abraham | State Prison Guard Hardee Correctional Inst. FL/
  185. 2013 William Berrios Cruz | Police Officer Puerto Rico PD Puerto Rico/
  186. 2013 William Fitzhugh | Corrections Officer Lexington County SC/
  187. 2013 William Wilson | Sheriff Sergeant El Dorado County CA/
2014
  1. 2014 Aaron Kalka | Corrections Officer Shawnee County KS/
  2. 2014 Alejandro Dominguez Covarrubias | Officer US Customs and Border Patrol Tuscon AZ/
  3. 2014 Andre Corbin | Police Officer Atlantic City NJ/
  4. 2014 Andrew Allen Haney | Police Officer West Columbia South Carolina/
  5. 2014 Andrew E. Demers | Chief (retired) Maine State Police ME/
  6. 2014 Andrew Probst | Police Officer Aux Bluffton OH/
  7. 2014 Antonio Gutierrez | Police Officer Mathis TX/
  8. 2014 Averal Burnett | Police Officer Pine Belt MS/
  9. 2014 Bennie L. Wilson III | Police Officer Ocala FL/
  10. 2014 Bill Allen | Deputy Town Marshal Oolitic IN/
  11. 2014 Billy Chad Gibson | Corrections Officer Milton FL/
  12. 2014 Bobby Byargeon | Jailer Toccoa GA/
  13. 2014 Bobby Joe Chandler | Sheriff Deputy Harrison MS/
  14. 2014 Brad Douglas Johnson | Police officer Rose Hills KS/
  15. 2014 Bradley Wax | Police Sergeant New Orleans LA/
  16. 2014 Brent Allen Schade | Police Officer Chillicothe MO/
  17. 2014 Brian Fanelli | Police Chief Mt. Pleasant NY/
  18. 2014 Brian Mcree | Sheriff Deputy retired Jacksonville FL/
  19. 2014 Brian Robert Hotchkiss | Police Officer Wake County NC/
  20. 2014 Brian Tames | Police Officer Gautier Mississippi/
  21. 2014 Bryan D. Wombolt | Sheriff Deputy Darke County OH/
  22. 2014 Carl E. Smith | Police Chief Howland ME/
  23. 2014 Casey M. Ortiz | Police Officer Cape Coral FL/
  24. 2014 Chad Everette Calloway | Police Captain Goldsboro NC/
  25. 2014 Chad Jerome Shaddon | Corrections Officer Kingsburg CA/
  26. 2014 Charles Hagee | Police Officer Baltimore MD/
  27. 2014 Charles Locke | Police Officer Cleveland OH/
  28. 2014 Christopher Garcia | Deputy City Attorney LA CA/
  29. 2014 Christopher Dale Smith | Sheriff Deputy Mecklenburg VA/
  30. 2014 Christopher Turner Buffaloe | Police Officer Conway NC/
  31. 2014 Clarence Gregory Jr | Police Chief Spavinaw OK/
  32. 2014 Clinton Montalbetti | Police Officer Unionville MO/
  33. 2014 Daniel Aguilera | Police Officer Chicago IL/
  34. 2014 Daniel Albert Barber | Police Officer Somerset WI/
  35. 2014 Daniel Guadalupe | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  36. 2014 Daniel Carey | Justice Officer Anchorage AK/
  37. 2014 Daniel Lanious | Police Officer Carroll Valley PA/
  38. 2014 Daniel Lindsey | Sheriff Deputy School Resource Officer Henderson NC/
  39. 2014 Daniel McGinnis | Sheriff Deputy Morgan County GA/
  40. 2014 Daniel Robert Camerano | Police Officer Irwindale CA/
  41. 2014 Daniel Simmons | Deputy Attorney General Delaware/
  42. 2014 Daniel Tolbert | Police Officer Dalton GA/
  43. 2014 Daniel Vaughan | Police Officer Retired Houston TX/
  44. 2014 Darryl Earl Hayes | Sheriff Deputy Dinwiddie VA/
  45. 2014 David Ball | Police Officer Okaloosa FL/
  46. 2014 David Banks | Police Officer Unionville MO/
  47. 2014 David Hayes | Commissioner Police and Fire Merrill Wis/
  48. 2014 David Hubbard | Sheriff Deputy Chilton County ALABAMA /
  49. 2014 David McCart | Sheriff Captain Henry County GA/
  50. 2014 David Peterson | School Resource Officer Macon County GA/
  51. 2014 David Rodriguez | Sheriff Deputy Seminole County FL/
  52. 2014 Dennis Barnes | Police Sergeant Chicago PD IL/
  53. 2014 Dennis Derr | Police Detective LAPD CA/
  54. 2014 Dennis Fraley | Sergeant Reserve Bryan PD TX/
  55. 2014 Dennis Mills Jr. | Sheriff Deputy Warrant Officer Knox County TN/
  56. 2014 Devin Michael Wood | Corrections Officer North Homes MI/
  57. 2014 Dion Irizarry | Police Officer Retired Nassau County NY/
  58. 2014 Donald Crawford | State Police Officer Kentucky State Police KY/
  59. 2014 Donald Glunt | Police Officer Lynden WA/
  60. 2014 Dustin D Morris | Police Officer Kingman KS/
  61. 2014 Edward G Bullock | County Sheriff Warren NJ/
  62. 2014 Erasmo Mata Jr | Police Officer Pharr TX/
  63. 2014 Eric Amadeo Smith | Police Officer Seattle WA/
  64. 2014 Eric Lund | Sergeant California Highway Patrol/
  65. 2014 Esteban Manzanares | Border Patrol Agent Texas/
  66. 2014 Estevan Arizaga | Police Officer Santa Clara NM/
  67. 2014 Ethan Shaffer | Police Officer Nicholas County WV/
  68. 2014 Frederick W. Townsend | Constable Providence County PA/
  69. 2014 Giovanny Campos | Corrections Officer NYC NY/
  70. 2014 Gregory Kazon Fields | Jailer Jacksonville FL/
  71. 2014 Henry Arroyo | Police Officer Key West FL/
  72. 2014 James Edwards | Police Sergeant Miami Dade FL/
  73. 2014 James Henry | Police Officer Las Vegas NV/
  74. 2014 James Kriegner | Corrections Officer Mercer County NJ/
  75. 2014 James Roberts | Police Chief and Mayor Molena GA/
  76. 2014 James William Shedd | Police Constable Walker AL/
  77. 2014 Jared M. Tomlinson | Reserve Officer Yuba- Sutter CA/
  78. 2014 Jason Ener | Police Officer Port of Galveston TX/
  79. 2014 Jason McGrath | Sheriff Deputy Resigned Jackson Mississippi/
  80. 2014 Jason Watson Kelley | Corrections Officer Williamson County TX/
  81. 2014 Jay D. Mclaren Jr. | Corrections Officer Fairhaven VT/
  82. 2014 Jeffrey Lane | Municipal judge Arapahoe County CO/
  83. 2014 Jeffery Scott Humphries | Sheriff Deputy Bossier Parish LA/
  84. 2014 Jeffrey Wade Argo | Police Officer Eugene OR/
  85. 2014 Jesus Richard Guerrero | Airport Police Officer Spokane WA /
  86. 2014 Jim Davis | Police Officer Ormond Beach FL/
  87. 2014 Joe Edward Cumming | Sheriff Deputy Denton County TX/
  88. 2014 Joe Warden | Police Officer Cynthiana KY/
  89. 2014 John Casey III | Police Officer Greece NY/
  90. 2014 John Kamphaus | Sheriff Deputy Hamilton County KY/
  91. 2014 John McCavitt | Police Officer Peoria IL/
  92. 2014 John Padgett | Corrections Officer FL/
  93. 2014 John Phillips | Police Officer Texas A&M TX/
  94. 2014 Jose Maria-Macias | Corrections Officer Buckeye AZ/
  95. 2014 José Peinan | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  96. 2014 Joseph Albert Ellsworth | Former Police Officer Denver CO/
  97. 2014 Joseph Brent | Police Officer Baldwin LA/
  98. 2014 Joseph Keenan May | Sheriff Deputy Manatee County FL/
  99. 2014 Josh D. George | Corrections Officer Little Rock AR/
  100. 2014 Joshua Herbinger | Police Officer Birmingham ALA/
  101. 2014 Juan Cecchinelli | School Resource Police Officer Miami- Dade FL/
  102. 2014 Juan Roman | Police Officer Retired Miami FL/
  103. 2014 Julio Jose Garcia | Sheriff Deputy Polk County CA/
  104. 2014 Justin Cherry | Police Officer Mesa AZ/
  105. 2014 Justin D. Iddings | Sheriff Deputy Franklin County OH/
  106. 2014 Justin LaClere | Police Officer Phoenix AZ/
  107. 2014 Keith Michael Duncan | Detention Officer Collin County TX/
  108. 2014 Keith Rick | Sheriff Deputy Faulkner County AR/
  109. 2014 Keith Rucker | School Resource Officer South Fulton County GA/
  110. 2014 Kenneth Lee Brown | Sheriff Deputy Bibb County GA/
  111. 2014 Kenneth S. Garrison | State Trooper Portland WA/
  112. 2014 Kenneth Skogen | Sheriff Deputy Placer County CA/
  113. 2014 Kenneth Turkle | Sheriff Deputy Lakeview OR/
  114. 2014 2 Kentucky Cops Same Minor/
  115. 2014 Kirk B. Chapman | Police Officer Neenah WY/
  116. 2014 Kyle Smith | Deputy Director Kansas Bureau of Investigation KS/
  117. 2014 Lawrence Woods | Police Officer retired Flint MI/
  118. 2014 Leland Thomas Carver | Police Officer Longview TX/
  119. 2014 Leon Brooks Sr | Corrections Officer Jacksonville FL/
  120. 2014 Lorne Reed | Sheriff Deputy LA County CA/
  121. 2014 Manuel Hernandez | Police Officer Edgewood TX/
  122. 2014 Mark Pronovost | Corrections Officer Volusia County FL/
  123. 2014 Michael Esquibel | Police Officer Belen NM/
  124. 2014 Michael Gendron | Police Officer Chicopee MA/
  125. 2014 Michael Linger | Police Officer Valdosta GA/
  126. 2014 Michael Luke Ledford | Police Officer Columbus GA/
  127. 2014 Michael Stavris | Police Officer Bunnell FL/
  128. 2014 Michael Thomassie | Police Officer New Orleans LA/
  129. 2014 Michael Williamson | Police Officer Oxnard CA/
  130. 2014 Miguel Luna | Police Officer Retired Blue Island PD Illinois/
  131. 2014 Myron Pratt | Police Officer Port St Lucie FL/
  132. 2014 Nelson Begay | Police Officer Albuquerque NM/
  133. 2014 Nick Moen | Sheriff Deputy Grand Isle County VT/
  134. 2014 Oldy Ochoa Jr. | Police Detective Miami Beach FL/
  135. 2014 Patrick Anthony Klis | Police Officer Long Beach Mississippi/
  136. 2014 Paul Della Rosa | Sheriff Deputy Denver CO/
  137. 2014 Paul Thomas Morrison III | Court Security Officer Rogerville TN/
  138. 2014 Peter McLaughlin | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  139. 2014 Philip Emanuel Richards | Sheriff Deputy Clayton County GA/
  140. 2014 Ralph Pereira | Police Officer Brigantine NJ/
  141. 2014 Randy Keith Cordle | Police Officer Concord University WVA/
  142. 2014 Reginald K. Harris | Police Officer and wife Charlotte Mecklenberg NC/
  143. 2014 Reginald Villanueva | Police Officer Pomona CA/
  144. 2014 Rico Frazier | Police Officer reserve St. Charles MO/
  145. 2014 Robert Anderson | Police Officer retired Mansfield OH/
  146. 2014 Robert Glassmeyer | Police Officer Retired Cincinnati OH/
  147. 2014 Robert John Greenleaf | Chief Deputy Clerk Court of Special Appeals Maryland/
  148. 2014 Roger Byg | Volunteer Posse Sun City AZ/
  149. 2014 Ronald G Oldani | Police Lieutenant retired St Louis MO/
  150. 2014 Ruben Anthony Carrera | Police Officer Houston TX/
  151. 2014 Ruben Nino | Deputy Marshal Bandera TX/
  152. 2014 Ryan Carter | Police Officer Cortez CO/
  153. 2014 Ryan Christian Thomson | Police Officer Enterprise Conn/
  154. 2014 Ryan Eric Galliher | Police Officer LAPD CA/
  155. 2014 Ryan Pill | Sheriff Deputy Corrections Officer Brevard County FL/
  156. 2014 Ryan Reese | Police Officer Connellsville PA/
  157. 2014 Saul Solis | US Deputy Marshall TX/
  158. 2014 Scott Arms | Police Officer Colville WA/
  159. 2014 Scott Cleveland | Sheriff Deputy Miller Co GA/
  160. 2014 Scott Hambrick | Police Officer Albemarle County VA/
  161. 2014 Sean Floyd | Police Sgt Vinita OK/
  162. 2014 Sean R. Griffith | Special Victims Unit Police Officer Atlantic County NJ/
  163. 2014 SeanMichael Pagano | Police Investigator NY State in Long Island NY/
  164. 2014 Shane Johnson | State Trooper Ohio/
  165. 2014 Skylar Frank | Police Officer Oakdale LA/
  166. 2014 Stephen Floyd Alexander | Police Officer Baldwin GA/
  167. 2014 Stephen Nardi | Police Lt Grant Park Ill/
  168. 2014 Steven Robert Magruder | Police Corporal retired Springfield MO/
  169. 2014 Stratford Young | State Trooper KSP KY/
  170. 2014 Tarey William Kahana Low | Police Officer Kauai HI/
  171. 2014 Terry Meagher | Investigator Cook Co. State Attorney Office Ill/
  172. 2014 Thomas E. Allen | Police Officer Charlotte Mecklenberg NC/
  173. 2014 Thomas Michael Sylvia | Sheriff Deputy Butte County CA/
  174. 2014 Tim Gavin | Police Officer Orange Beach ALABAMA/
  175. 2014 Timothy  Kelley | Police Officer Denver CO/
  176. 2014 Timothy A. Patterson | Police Officer Retired Minerva OH/
  177. 2014 Timothy Paul Caulder | Sheriff Deputy Brunswick NC/
  178. 2014 Trever Blackwell | Police Officer Wewoka OK/
  179. 2014 Troy Estree | Police Officer Emmett Twp MI/
  180. 2014 Tyler Fox | Corrections Officer Kane County UT/
  181. 2014 UNNAMED COP | Wyoming/
  182. 2014 UK Child Porn Scandal/
  183. 2014 Vernon Lythcottb | Supervisor TSA NY/
  184. 2014 Walter Sasse | Police Officer Retired Philadelphia PA/
  185. 2014 Warren Tanner | Commander Alaska State Troopers Fairbanks Alaska/
  186. 2014 William Byrom | Police Officer Crawford TX/
  187. 2014 William Ruscoe | Police Officer Trumbull CT/
  188. 2014 William Tyrone | Montgomery Deputy Clerk Lorain County TX/
  189. 2014 Willie A. Gant Sr | Police Officer New Orleans LA/
  190. 2014 Yong Wu | Police Officer NYPD NY/
2015
  1. 2015 Aaron Woodford Barnes | Police Sergeant Lake Wales FL/
  2. 2015 Alvin Wood | Sheriff Deputy Isle of Wight VA/
  3. 2015 Benjamin Davis | Police Officer Moundsville W.VA/
  4. 2015 Brad Mason | Sheriff McKean County PA/
  5. 2015 Braxton Rushawn Strickland | Police Officer Shallotte NC/
  6. 2015 Carl Nathan Weeks Jr | Sheriff Deputy Franklin County AL/
  7. 2015 Cassen Jackson-Garrison | Police Officer Oak Ridge TN/
  8. 2015 Charles Cusack | Retired Police Officer Ocean City NJ/
  9. 2015 Charles Daniel Henderson | Police Detective retired LAPD CA/
  10. 2015 Cody C. Smith | Police Officer Logan UT/
  11. 2015 Cornelius Monger | Police Officer Memphis TN/
  12. 2015 Curtis Aaron White | Corrections Officer Federal Prison Miss/
  13. 2015 Darrell Best | Police Officer and Pastor Washington DC/
  14. 2015 Darrell Thomas Tucker | Police Officer Elgin SC/
  15. 2015 David J. Connor | Police Officer retired Amesbury MA/
  16. 2015 David Hubbard | State Trooper Iowa/
  17. 2015 David Kenneth Mudge | Sheriff Deputy Bay County FL
  18. 2015 David Turkos | Police Officer Dupont PA/
  19. 2015 David Vanburen Finch | Police Officer Wagoner OK/
  20. 2015 David Wright | Police Officer Elburn IL/
  21. 2015 Deric Dionell Reed | Police Officer Alexandria LA/
  22. 2015 Derrick Abdul-Wakil | Police Officer Memphis TN/
  23. 2015 Dione Thompson | Police Detective Bothell WA/
  24. 2015 Dustin O’Dell | Police Officer Conway ARK/
  25. 2015 Dylan Cox | Sheriff Deputy Richmond County NC/
  26. 2015 Edwin Guzman | Police Sergeant Boston MA/
  27. 2015 Eric Reamy | Detective Sergeant Glen Rock NJ/
  28. 2015 Elvin Sanchez | Police Officer Cleveland OH/
  29. 2015 Felix Sanchez- Saravia | Police Officer Brady TX/
  30. 2015 Francis Johnson | Police Officer Emporium PA/
  31. 2015 Gene Baska | Police Chief retired Veronia OR/
  32. 2015 Gilbert Gutierrez | California Highway Patrol Officer Merced CA/
  33. 2015 Glenn Darius Hampton May | Police Officer Carrabelle FL/
  34. 2015 Harold Samuel Gillum | Corrections Officer Lowell Corrections Facility EL/
  35. 2015 Harry McCarthy | Police Detective Ogdensburg NY/
  36. 2015 Holritch Rivette | Sheriff Deputy Seminole County FL/
  37. 2015 James Alderman | Police Officer Flora MS/
  38. 2015 James Edwards | Police Sergeant Miami Dade FL/
  39. 2015 James Francis Cunha | Police Officer Haines City FL/
  40. 2015 James Patrick Burke | DEA Agent McAllen Office TX/
  41. 2015 James Worley | Police Officer Pastor Tillamook OR/
  42. 2015 Jean Gomes | Police Officer New Bedford MA/
  43. 2015 Jeffrey Adgers Jr | Corrections Officer Conn/
  44. 2015 Jeffrey Argo | Police Officer Eugene OR/
  45. 2015 Jeffrey McCarty | Chief Deputy Adams County OH/
  46. 2015 Jeremy Achenbach | Police Officer Vidalia GA/
  47. 2015 Jeremy Tyler Cole | Officer US Customs Border Patrol Tuscon AZ/
  48. 2015 Jeremy W. Reed | State Excise Officer Bluffton IND /
  49. 2015 Joel Doseau | Police Sergeant NYPD NY/
  50. 2015 John Laroche | Police Chief Canterbury NH/
  51. 2015 Jon James Thomas | Sheriff Deputy Onslow NC/
  52. 2015 Jonathan Diaz | Police Officer Falfurrias TX/
  53. 2015 Jorge E. Vasquez | Police Officer South Florida FL/
  54. 2015 Joseph Mendez | Police Detective South Miami FL/
  55. 2015 Joshua Davis | Sheriff Deputy Muskagee OK/
  56. 2015 Joshua Elston | Court Officer Troy City Court NY/
  57. 2014 Joshua Herbinger | Police Officer Birmingham ALABAMA/
  58. 2015 Joshua Smith | Police Officer Oakland FL/
  59. 2015 Joshua Spratt | Police Officer Watervliet NY/
  60. 2015 Justin Bentz | Police Officer Lima OH/
  61. 2015 Keith Monroe Wallace | Juvenile Corrections Officer Eureka CA/
  62. 2015 Kevin Coffey | Police Chief Maypearl TX/
  63. 2015 Kevin Meier | Police Officer Ocean County NJ/
  64. 2015 Kevin Nguyen | Police Officer Mountain View CA/
  65. 2015 Kevin Shadwick | Police Officer Ft. Oglethorpe GA/
  66. 2015 Kevin Wayne Dunn | Police Sergeant Murfreesboro TN/
  67. 2015 Kristin Matthew Ward | Police Officer Athens GA/
  68. 2015 Kristopher Robin Butterfield | Corrections Officer Lowell FL/
  69. 2015 Kyle C Cross | Police Officer Dubuque Iowa/
  70. 2015 Kyle Vaughan | Police Officer Haskell Ark/
  71. 2015 Lee Carrell Perry | Sheriff Deputy Jackson County AL/
  72. 2015 Lee Robert Moore | Secret Service Agent Wash. DC/
  73. 2015 Leroy Cheney | Police Officer reserve Dowagiac MI/
  74. 2015 Mark Gene Smith | Sheriff Deputy Escambia FL/
  75. 2015 Marc Ziolkowski | Police Officer Fairplay KS/
  76. 2015 Martin Stites | Police Lt McAlester OK/
  77. 2015 Martin Zaloga Jr | Sheriff Sergeant Albany County NY/
  78. 2015 Marty L. Rainey | Sheriff Deputy Gasconade County MO/
  79. 2015 Matthew Bondi | Sheriff Deputy Pasco FL/
  80. 2015 Matthew Goebel | Probation Officer Lake County Il/
  81. 2015 Michael Baker | Police Officer Butler County OH/
  82. 2015 Michael Barber | Sheriff Deputy St Martins Parish LA/
  83. 2015 Michael Collum | Reserve Deputy Richland County SC/
  84. 2015 Michael David King | Sheriff Deputy Montgomery County TN/
  85. 2015 Michael Harding | Police Officer Port St. Lucie FL/
  86. 2015 Michael Lee Jimenez | Corrections Officer Folsom CA/
  87. 2015 Michael Valles | Sheriff Deputy Maricopa County AZ/
  88. 2015 Murphy Joseph Melancon II | Sheriff Deputy Lafourche LA/
  89. 2015 Nathaniel Huntley | Sheriff Deputy Shelby TN/
  90. 2015 Patrick Taylor | Police Officer Las Vegas NV/
  91. 2015 Paul D. Fields Jr | Police Officer City Councilman Cambridge OH/
  92. 2015 Ralph M. Pereira | Police Officer Brigantine NJ/
  93. 2015 Randy Velez | Police Officer Bartow FL/
  94. 2015 Rex Garcia | Sheriff Deputy Frenso County CA/
  95. 2015 Richard Emmert | Police Officer Farmington NM/
  96. 2015 Richard S. Bradford | Police Officer Plano TX/
  97. 2015 Rickie Friar | Reserve Police Officer Millington TN/
  98. 2015 Robert Perea | Sheriff Deputy Bernalillo County NM/
  99. 2015 Ronald Dale Black | Police Officer Gretna LA/
  100. 2015 Ronald Queen | Retired Deputy Sheriff Orange County FL/
  101. 2015 Roy Thomas Crowder | Police Officer Retired Northport Ala/
  102. 2015 Roy Wise | Federal Police Officer ME /
  103. 2015 Ryan Ramirez | Police Officer Dallas TX/
  104. 2015 Ryan Ronayne | Sheriff Deputy Green Lake County WI/
  105. 2015 Samuel Bryant | TSA Agent BWI Airport Baltimore Wash/
  106. 2015 Scott P. Hebert | Sheriff Deputy Calcasieu Parish LA/
  107. 2015 Seth Degelman | Police Officer Aledo Ill/
  108. 2015 Shawn Alan Clark | Sheriff Deputy Shoshone County Idaho/
  109. 2015 Steve Canava | Deputy Constable McKlennan TX/
  110. 2015 Steven Bonynge | Police Officer Aledo Ill/
  111. 2015 Steven Brooks | Corrections Officer Williams County North Dakota/
  112. 2015 Timothy Gavin | Police Officer Orange Beach AL/
  113. 2015 Timothy Paul | Police Officer Woonsocket RI/
  114. 2015 Todd Morrow | Prison Guard Mendocino CA/
  115. 2015 Tony Allen Behel | Sheriff Deputy Franklin County AL /
  116. 2015 Trever Blackwell | Police Officer Wewoka OK/
  117. 2015 Troy Bryant Menard | Police Officer Rayne LA/
  118. 2015 Tyler Stone | Police Officer Ontario CA/
  119. 2015 Unnamed Sheriff Deputy Weld County CO/
  120. 2015 Vladimir Krull | Police Sergeant NYPD NY/
  121. 2015 Vladimir Sosa | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  122. 2015 Walter Moore | Police Officer England ARK/
  123. 2015 Walter Michael Thomas | Sheriff Deputy Escambia FL/
  124. 2015 William A. Cowley | Police Officer St. Louis Airport MO/
  125. 2015 William “Bud” Walker | Police Officer Fairfax VA/
  126. 2015 William Nathaniel Meyer | Police Officer Fairview OK/
  127. 2015 William Stitt | Police Officer Charlotte Mecklenberg NC/
2016
  1. 2016 Adam L. Anderson | Police Officer Ashville AL/
  2. 2016 Alexander C. Sullivan | Sheriff Deputy Charles County MD/
  3. 2016 Barney Ramnauth | Police Officer Presidio of Monterey CA/
  4. 2016 Brant Zemelka | Post Commander Lima Highway Patrol OH/
  5. 2016 Brian Wolgamot | Police Officer Cocopah AZ/
  6. 2016 Cassen Jackson-Garrison | Police Officer Oak Ridge TN/
  7. 2016 Charles E. Church | Police Office Richmond VA/
  8. 2016 Charles Francis Walker | Sheriff Deputy Harris County TX/
  9. 2016 Charles McMullen | Agent Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tampa FL/
  10. 2016 Charri Raye Russell | Corrections Officer New Hanover County NC/
  11. 2016 Christopher B. Dunkes | Police Officer Montgomery Co VA/
  12. 2016 Daniel Amador Jr. | Police Officer Seattle WA/
  13. 2016 Daniel Carrier | Police Officer Kaufman TX/
  14. 2016 Daniel Deal | California Highway Patrol Officer Yreka CA/
  15. 2016 Daniel Fanning | Corrections Officer Rutherford County TN/
  16. 2016 Daniel Rush | Police Officer Coconut Creek FL/
  17. 2016 David Connor | Police Officer Amesbury MA/
  18. 2016 David W. Milligan | Jailer Sheriff Officer McDonald County MO/
  19. 2016 Derrick Kearnes | Former Police Officer Blanchard OK/
  20. 2016 Donald Brian Beauchaine | Police Officer Fair Bluff NC/
  21. 2016 Donald A Dixon | Deputy Alachua County FL/
  22. 2016 Donald J. Harford | Police Officer Houston TX/
  23. 2016 Douglas Buckwell | Police Officer Concord NC/
  24. 2016 Dusty Norris | Police Officer Los Banos CA/
  25. 2016 Edward Lynn Malkey | Constable Lee County TX/
  26. 2016 Edwin Guzman | Police Sergeant Boston MA/
  27. 2016 Earnest Tillman McDonald III | Police Officer Amarillo TX/
  28. 2016 Ethan Ferguson | State Law Enforcement Officer HI/
  29. 2016 Frank Augustus Huggins | Retired Sheriff Deputy Forsyth County GA/
  30. 2016 Garrett G. Brosnan | Police Officer Brunswick ME/
  31. 2016 Garrick Walker | Sheriff Deputy Delaware County OK/
  32. 2016 Glen Akles | Police Officer Loogootee IN/
  33. 2016 Gregory Rogers Whitten | Police Officer in 5 different agencies SC/
  34. 2016 Ian Damber | Police Officer Hopkinsville KY/
  35. 2016 Jacob Sabbagh | Police Officer NYPD NY/
  36. 2016 James Blair | Police Officer Lowell NC/
  37. 2016 James Eugene Patty, Jr | Sheriff Deputy Blount County TN/
  38. 2016 Jamie Lee Rogers Sr. | Police Officer Columbia SC/
  39. 2016 Jason R. Miller | Police Officer Newton NJ/
  40. 2016 Jeffery Robles | Police Officer Wharton TX/
  41. 2016 Jerome Heard | Sheriff Deputy Madison County AL/
  42. 2016 Jessie Laconsay | Police Officer Honolulu HA/
  43. 2016 Jesus Gonzalez | Police Officer Elmendorf TX/
  44. 2016 John Dilger | Police Officer Neoga ILL/
  45. 2016 John Scheiding | Sheriff Deputy Grand Traverse MI/
  46. 2016 John Spaulding | Sheriff Deputy Hamilton County TN/
  47. 2016 Jonathan New | Police Officer DelBarton WVA /
  48. 2016 Jose Garcia | Police Sergeant Chicago Ill/
  49. 2016 Jose Urena | Corrections Officer Rikers Island NY/
  50. 2016 Joseph Patton | Sheriff Deputy Wilson County TN/
  51. 2016 Joseph Patrick Gamerl | Former Police Captain North Miami Beach FL/
  52. 2016 Jovanni Argueta | Sheriff Deputy LA County CA/
  53. 2016 Juan Ruiz-Carrillo | Police Officer San Antonio TX/
  54. 2016 Juan T. Jones | Sheriff Deputy Greene County MO/
  55. 2016 Justin Crain | Sheriff Deputy Union County Ark/
  56. 2016 Kelless Twohearts Lory | Police Officer Chamblee GA/
  57. 2016 Ken Hatch | Sheriff Deputy Lincoln Co ME/
  58. 2016 Kevin Richards | Assistant Police Chief Greenbrier TN/
  59. 2016 Kreg Costa | Sheriff Sergeant Broward CO FL/
  60. 2016 Larry Casey | Police Chief Newtonsville OH/
  61. 2016 Lloyd Sean Chandler |Sheriff Deputy Benton County ARK/
  62. 2016 Lowell Steven Waddell | Former Police Officer Greenup KY/
  63. 2016 Marc Smith | Sheriff Deputy Hood River OR/
  64. 2016 Marcell H. Daniels | Police Officer Milwaukee WI/
  65. 2016 Marcellus White | Police Officer New Orleans LA/
  66. 2016 Matthew Charles Parsons | Police Officer Farmington Hills MI/
  67. 2016 Matthew Lance Vassar | Police Officer Perry OK/
  68. 2016 Mauricio Edgardo Estrada | Police Officer LAUSD CA/
  69. 2016 Michael Alexander | Police Officer Washington County OR/
  70. 2016 Michael James Garner | Sheriff Deputy Saginaw County MI/
  71. 2016 Michael Lomax | Sheriff Deputy Gwinnett GA/
  72. 2016 Michael E. Moore, Sr | Police Officer Toledo OH/
  73. 2016 Michael Patrick Healy | Police Officer Longview TX/
  74. 2016 Michael Paul McPeters | Former Officer Harriman TN/
  75. 2016 Michael Ramirez | Police Officer Novato CA/
  76. 2016 Michael Williams | Police Officer Jacksonville FL/
  77. 2016 Nicholas Lackovich | Probation Officer Beaver County PA/
  78. 2016 Oakland CA Cops Underage Prostitute/
  79. 2016 Patrick Francis Cooney Jr | Officer California Highway Patrol CA/
  80. 2016 Phil Redford | Police Officer Wheeling WVA/
  81. 2016 Regan Anson | Police Officer Unified Police Dept. Ut/
  82. 2016 Richard Akeen Henry | Detention Deputy St. Lucie FL/
  83. 2016 Richard Briggs | Corrections Officer South Woods St Prison NJ/
  84. 2016 Robert Beard | Sheriff Deputy Aiken County SC/
  85. 2016 Robert Vasecka | Police Officer New Castle County DE/
  86. 2016 Ruben Orneals | Sheriff Deputy Galveston County TX/
  87. 2016 Scott Strobel | Sheriff Deputy Pinal County AZ/
  88. 2016 Sergio Ramirez | Police Officer Indio CA/
  89. 2016 Shawn Beu | Corrections Sergeant Omaha NE/
  90. 2016 Shaun Dumont | Police Officer St. George SC/
  91. 2016 Sonthana Rajaphoumi | Police Officer Milwaukee WI/
  92. 2016 Stephen Perez | Police Corporal Pomona CA/
  93. 2016 Steve Peek | Sheriff Deputy Indian River County FL/
  94. 2016 Terrance Glover | Police Officer Palm Bay FL/
  95. 2016 Thomas J. Delgado | Police Officer Valley Center KS/
  96. 2016 Thomas Joseph Mueller | Sheriff Deputy St Louis MO/
  97. 2016 Thomas Pederson | Sheriff Deputy Wayne County MI/
  98. 2016 Timothy Rae George III | Police Officer Baltimore MD/
  99. 2016 Travis Wright | Prison Warden Chowchilla CA/
  100. 2016 Trenton Wesley Hamilton | Sheriff Deputy Trainee Etowah County Ala/
  101. 2016 Tyler Hormel | Police Officer Chowchilla CA/
  102. 2016 Unnamed Predator | Police Sergeant Seattle WA/
  103. 2016 William Lanoux | Sheriff Deputy Ascension Parish LA/
  104. 2016 Victor Lee Cervantes | Police Officer Galveston School District TX/

2017

  1. 2017 Adam Mesiti | Police Officer retired Brockport NY/
  2. 2017 Chad Howell | Police Officer West Manchester PA/
  3. 2017 Eugene Ciardullo | Police Officer Chicago Ill/
  4. 2017 Joshua Matthew Evans | Police Officer Moore County NC/
  5. 2017 Juan Carlos Gardea | Police Officer El Paso TX/
  6. 2017 Miguel Angel Martinez | Police Officer Detroit MI/
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