Standing Up for the American Policeman

The following links will take you to stories that highlight the political prosecution of NYPD Sgt. Hugh Barry in an OIS.


The links also highlight law enforcement's national call to fully fund mental health programs and services to help those in need and end the reliance on police officers to be mental health service providers.


Press Conference Transcript

Ed Mullins:


"First of all good morning to all of you. And I’d like to thank all of you for being here today to listen to what I believe is a very important message to the American law enforcement officers across this nation and for members of the NYPD. But most importantly thanks for being here on this day and not the plan that there’d be a press conference tomorrow."


Walk and Ride with Pride

Integrity, respect, and humility are only a few of the characteristics that pave the way of a San Jose Police Officers' commitment to the community. Officers carry these characteristics out everyday and yet they are done in such a quiet, humble way as not too bring attention to who the officers really are as an everyday person. That is why we wish to recognize some of the heroes that are intertwined within the very community they serve.


Remembering San Jose's First Line Of Duty Death - Fallen San Jose Police Sergeant Morris Van Dyck Hubbard

During the month of July, we remember fallen San Jose Police Sergeant Morris Van Dyck Hubbard. On July 12, 1924, 29-year-old Hubbard became of first San Jose police officer to fall in the line-of-duty. Below is the department’s official account of his story.

Remembering Fallen Officer Michael Katherman

Please take a moment to remember Officer Michael Katherman and the ultimate sacrifice he made on this day one year ago. Below is the SJPD's account of what happened.


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.


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