Our mission is to protect the bond that exists between community and local law enforcement through education, programs, and briefings, while offering charitable support for families of police officers killed in the line of duty, and grants to law enforcement agencies for protective equipment, education training, and memorials. Law Enforcement Charitable Foundation (LECF) has provided grants & certificates of Valor for several families of officers killed in the line of duty. Please consider donating or continuing to donate to LECF. We are a 501(c)3 foundation which means your gifts are tax deductible. Won’t you help us in this most worthy mission?
LECF has also provided a grant for a special training seminar for the Mid-Atlantic Association of Women in Law Enforcement. We have had the opportunity to attend several law enforcement conferences, including the 2018 Western Conservative Summit. We have a publication, the Intelligence Brief, which goes to over 16,000 law enforcement offices in the United States.
This publication looks into the heart of what is behind the deadly attack on our law enforcement officials, along with articles from the officers themselves and more. This is produced twice a year. We are continually striving to bring communities and local law enforcement together. We believe together this can be accomplished.
It is your generous gifts that allow us to maintain aid to our law enforcement officials and their families. They put their lives on the line each and every day in order to help keep our communities a safer place for our families. We are honored to be part of a foundation that offers support to these brave men and women.
With your gifts we can continue to offer grants to those families who have lost their loved ones while protecting our families and communities. We will continue to provide updated protective equipment to help ensure the safety of our law enforcement officials. We will continue to be part of and offer law enforcement outreach & educational programs; but we need your assistance.