Team C2C

A team for Law Enforcement United, Inc.

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Helping Law Enforcement United to honor the fallen and remember the survivors.


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Your generous donation goes to support two worthy charities - C.O.P.S. (Concerns Of Police Survivors) and The Officer Down Memorial Page.

LEU Raises money to cover the operating expenses for the C.O.P.S. Kids Summer Camp

C.O.P.S. (Concerns Of Police Survivors) Summer Camp provides surviving spouses with children (ages 6-14) whose spouse has been killed in the line of duty the opportunity to work with professional counselors and trained mentors to improve communications within the family unit and resolve grief issues together.

Organized camp activities are supplemented with counseling during the week-long camp. Friendly competition, planned activities that encourage teambuilding, and shared fun times in a camp atmosphere help families recognize that the teamwork approach will help them cope with their grief.

Our annual contributions to C.O.P.S. in support of the Kids Camp. Each year we have increased our annual donation to be able to now fund 100% of the camps operational costs for about 150 kids to attend.

2010: $ 125,000

2011: $ 135,000

2012: $ 150,000

Total to date: $410,000

LEU also supports the Officer Down Memorial Page. Our contributions support the following programs:

  • Officer Memorials
    • 21,019 individual officer memorials published on ODMP
    • 1,031 (5%) of those memorials were historical additions discovered by ODMP research
    • 2,658 (13%) memorials have been updated in the past year with new or expanded information.
  • Line of Duty Death Notifications (2011 stats)
    • With LEU's help, this list grew from under 2,000 subscribers in January 2011 to over 20,000 by the end of the year
    • 164 LODD notifications were sent in 2011, totaling over 1.7 million individual emails
    • The email alerts generated 654,125 visits to memorials
  • No Parole for Cop Killers
    • Program started in September 2011 with support from LEU
    • 28 campaigns have completed, with all 28 cop-killers being denied parole
    • 11 campaigns are either active or pending parole board results
    • 39,697 No Parole letters have been generated *does not include online submissions, where available.
    • 28 email alerts have been sent, totaling 195,429 individual emails sent
  • Survivor Benefits
    • ODMP publishes a database of 482 benefits available to surviving family members
      • 7 Federal benefits
      • 362 State benefits
      • 19 Local benefits
      • 94 Private benefits
    • Types of benefits include:
      • Death Benefit Payment
      • Education / Scholarships
      • Pension
      • Workers Comp
      • Health Insurance
      • and more
    • ODMP works with C.O.P.S. to update and maintain this information for the benefit of survivors.

This year Law Enforcement United donated $80,000 to support O.D.M.P's efforts.

Team Captain

Morgan Wright Morgan Wright