Your Stories. Our Legacy

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Behind every soul in law enforcement is an untold story of honor, and we want to share these stories with the world. Submit your most memorable story for an opportunity to be featured in an interactive Museum experience. Join today to tell your story.

Featured Stories

He’s my hero
I’m honoring my husband, Chris McDonough, a retired Oceanside, California Police Department homicide detective, who spent his law enforcement career serving and honoring others. He’s my hero!
Police Officer Kevin A. Minor
I am honoring my husband, my hero, Police Officer Kevin Minor. In 1991, Kevin answered God’s calling to serve and protect others. He began his career as a patrolman for University City Police Department.
DJL – One of a Kind
My name is Jeff Dovigh and I have been working for the New York State Police since October 30, 2000. I have received my share of commendations and awards, been part of many interesting details and serve on several specialized units (K-9, Contaminated Crime Scene, Bomb Disposal Unit). My career has been very rewarding, helping countless numbers of people. From providing people with simple directions to aiding victims of serious crimes. But this is not all about me.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea
Kory Honea is the Sheriff-Coroner of Butte County, which is in Northern California. He has served in that position since May of 2014.
A very proud wife
Lester Swick of Springfield, NJ is a first-generation police officer who was hired by the Union County (NJ) Police Department in 1983 as a patrolman.
A Husband, A Father: Our Hero
Our names are Donna Francolino, Katie Francolino, and Kristea Francolino - the very proud wife and daughters of Officer Thomas J. Francolino (ret.).
Heroes live forever
Working as a law enforcement officer, I devote my life to the community I serve.
Deputy Michael David Ryan E.O.W. 12/31/2017 and Sergeant Robin Shepherd-Ryan
Hello, my name is Robin Shepherd-Ryan, a sergeant for the Broward Sheriff's Office, Florida. I am here to honor and memorialize Deputy Michael David Ryan.
My Family Legacy
Hello, my name is Edward J. Akins; at the age of 25 I began my career in Law Enforcement as a Correctional Officer for the State of New Jersey.
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