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December 2022 Officer of the Month Announced

Police Officer Alec Iurato of the Bristol, Connecticut Police Department was named as the Officer of the Month for December 2022.

November 2022 Officers of the Month Announced

Officers Brunel Victor and Taufique Bokth of the New York Police Department as the Officers of the Month for November 2022 after rescuing a man who fell onto an active subway track.

October 2022 Officers of the Month Announced

The October 2022 Officers of the Month were selected after rescuing an unresponsive driver from a burning vehicle containing multiple firearms and ammunition.

September Officer of the Month Announced

Patrolman Christopher Connors was selected as the September Officer of the Month after rescuing and saving a handicapped woman from a fire.

August 2022 Officer of the Month Announced

Deputy Sheriff Dijon Whyms of the Mecklenburg County (NC) Sheriff’s Department is the Officer of the Month for August 2022.

June 2022 Officer of the Month Announced

Police Agent Ashley Ferris of the Lakewood (Colorado) Police Department has been announced as the Officer of the Month for June 2022.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Announces April 2022 Officer of the Month

Officer Matthew J.T. Flynn, of the Massachusetts Port Authority Police Department was recognized as the Officer of the Month for April 2022.

National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum Announces the Officer of the Month

The November 2021 Officer of the Month is K-9 Deputy First Class (DFC) Marcus Dawson of the Flagler County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office.

National Law Enforcement Memorial Names October 2021 Officer of the Month

Justin Quinlan of the Ewing (NJ) Police Department rescued a woman from severe floodwaters caused by Hurricane Ida.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and Museum June 2021 Officers of the Month

Officers Kyle Petrone and Bradley Speight from the Wilmington (NC) Police Department pulled a woman from a burning house fire.
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