Memorial Service for Michael Katherman

The memorial service for Fallen Officer Michael Katherman #3900 will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 11:00 AM. It will be at the SAP Center in San Jose, California. A private burial will follow the memorial service.


Rest in Peace Brother

Our Fallen Brother Officer Michael Katherman #3900


Police Officer Michael Katherman was killed on June 14, 2016 as a result to an on-duty traffic collision. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Officer Katherman leaves behind his wife and two school-aged children.


Click here to make a donation to the family of Fallen Police Officer Michael Katherman


Honoring Fallen San Jose Police Officer John Buck

April 5th, we remember fallen San Jose Police Officer John Buck. On this date in 1933, Officer Buck succumbed to injuries he received in a gun battle.


Below is the department's official account of Officer Buck's story.


Remembering Fallen Officer Michael Johnson

On March 24th, we remember fallen San Jose Police Officer Michael Johnson. Tough times for  the Police Department were made even tougher when Officer Johnson was killed by a suicidal man who was mentally ill.


Below is the San Jose Police Department's account of this tragedy.


Let's Stop the Finger-Pointing and Name-Calling By Sgt. Barry Donelan

Let's Stop the Finger-Pointing and Name-Calling
By Sergeant Barry Donelan, President
Oakland Police Officers’ Association


When you pull open your car door or the front door to your home, you have a reasonable expectation of what awaits you. Every day is similar. For cops, we arrive at every door never knowing what will happen next.


Super Bowl 50 SJPD Chief Garcia "If you see something, Say Something"

San Jose Police Chief Eddie Garcia reminds the public to stay alert during Super Bowl 50 festivities. "If you see something, Say Something"



Remembering the Fallen: Officer Robert White

On January 27, 1985, San Jose police officer Robert White was electrocuted while investigating an accident in which a motorist struck a high-voltage transformer.


Below is the San Jose Police Department's account of this tragedy.


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