The Mission Statement of Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. (COPS) reflects the strong belief that assistance, guidance, understanding, compassion, empathy, and hope for the future for the survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty begins with a caring, prepared agency. While no person and no agency can be fully prepared for the trauma a law enforcement death inflicts, there are many things an agency can do to prepare for this possibility that will lessen chaos that follows an officer death. Therefore, COPS offers various programs and services for law enforcement survivors, as well as training, reference materials, and guidance for agencies. COPS also believes that a law enforcement death affects not only the surviving family and the agency, but the community as well. COPS has three active public awareness campaigns to call attention to the risks involved in the law enforcement profession and the sacrifices made by law enforcement personnel nationwide.
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