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C.O.P.S. Arizona

Concerns of Police Survivors — Rebuilding Shattered Lives

Tragedies in Dallas & Baton Rouge

When police survivors hear of an officer down, it brings them right back to the loss of their hero.

Our thoughts and prayers are with survivors and those officers fighting for their lives in Dallas and Baton Rouge. C.O.P.S.' network of survivors will be there for these grieving families and co-workers their entire lives. What a devastating night for law enforcement and its survivors across the nation.

The simplest way in Arizona to honor our fallen heroes and to support every law enforcement officer is show your blue. Wear blue clothing, tie a ribbon to your home or car or participate in Project Blue Light (lighting a blue light outside your home or business).

WATCH ABC15's report on the fears in law enforcement and how it affects survivors

WATCH FOX 10's report on Project Blue Light

LISTEN to KTAR's report on Project Blue Light  & read KTAR the article here

WATCH KGUN9's report how survivors will reach out to new survivors

WATCH Tucsonnewsnow.com/KOLD report on how survivors are reaching out to new survivors

AZFamily 3 TV - C.O.P.S. Arizona's efforts with Daylight Donuts' Thin Blue Line treats to show support to local officers

CBS 5 - C.O.P.S. Arizona's efforts with Daylight Donuts' Thin Blue Line treats to show support to local officers

WATCH ESPN Sportcenter interview Warrick Dunn - surviving child and NFL player

Read the press releases as what C.O.P.S. is doing in Dallas & Baton Rouge:

 

Suggestions to dealing with complicated grief:

 

 

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