In order to be considered eligible for inclusion in the Police Blue Nation Guidelines, Nominees or Members must have suffered from wounds, illness, or injuries incurred in the line of duty after March 1, 2016 and received, or are expected to receive, at least a 30 percent disability rating from a medically approved authority for one of the following conditions:

  • Blindness or severe loss of vision.
  • Loss of limb.
  • Burns or permanent disfigurement.
  • Paralysis/Spinal cord injury.
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
  • Fatal or incurable disease with limited life expectancy less than a year.

– OR

Any other condition, approved by the Police Blue Nation Board, that incapacitates the Officer and causes exceptional monetary assistance for his or her care; and to assist in providing support for his/her immediate family.

See also http://www.lawenforcementblueheart.com/

About Us

As a non-profit organization, the mission of The Police Blue Nation Organization is to unite all law enforcement agencies nationwide and to help meet the needs of those law enforcement officers injured or killed in the performance of their duty.

Our Address

PO Box 149
Hartford, CT 06101
United States



Officer Down Memorial

25 October 2021

The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP). Remembering all of law enforcement's heroes. Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP)
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