A 527 Political Organization
It is the mission of POLICE OFFICERS SUPPORT COMMITTEE PAC to advocate for the election and re-election of legislators that support and vote for legislation that will protect law enforcement officers’ interests and rights through the funding for better training programs, access to more body cameras and lifesaving equipment, which will help to defend both citizens and our police against attacks from terrorists and violent criminals.
Given the nature of police work, this makes sense. Officers are frequently required to work in high-risk situations, engaging in high-speed chases and confronting potentially violent individuals. The most common cause of workplace fatalities among police officers is direct violence from other people, but a close second is transportation accidents.
Dangers to Law Enforcement Officers
Police work is highly stressful, since it is one of the few occupations where employees are asked continually to face physical dangers and to put their lives on the line at any time. Police officers are well aware of the dangers of the job and are as prepared as they can be for these dangers. The difficult part is dealing with the unknown, the politics and internal stressors that they had no idea would be a daily part of the job. We need our Legislators to step up and support Organizational and individual programs for coping with the dangers of the job and increased practical stress training for police personnel, and training programs for spouses so they can better understand potential problems.
Support H.R. 962/S. 1888,
the “Law Enforcement Officers’ Equity Act”
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