"A Hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself." 
                                                                            - Joseph Campbell

"Show the world your love for your officer
and support the Law Enforcement community!"
Thin Blue Line inspired pendants - $15 to $17 each
All five of these handmade pendants are made of glass and glitter.


Round Pendant - This pendant is 1 3/8" tall,
features a tiny red heart and is hung on a 18"
memory wire necklace with a screw type clasp.

Large Heart Pendant - This pendant measures
1 1/4" (about the size of a
quarter) and is hung
on a 24" ball chain.

 

Medium Heart Pendant - This pendant measures about 1" tall (about the size of a nickel) and is
hung on a 24" ball chain.

Small Heart Pendant - This size heart is perfect for little girls or those who prefer a more petite pendant. This pendant is approximately the size of a dime and is hung on a 18" memory wire necklace with a screw type clasp.

Square Pendant
- This item is very popular and
sold out at
National Police Week in Washington DC. Dimensions: 18mm x 20mm – 5mm Thickness
(size of a scrabble tile) Pendant hangs from a 24’ silver ball chain.

Price includes shipping. To place an order, please download an order form here:
or email Dana Evans, danalarue3@gmail.com with questions. Proceeds will
benefit KS COPS in assisting and supporting all Kansas Survivors.


Project
Blue Light

Every year Concerns of Police Survivors encourages families, friends and law enforcement agencies to decorate in blue lights for the coming holiday season. By shining a blue light in your window, you'll be supporting officers killed in the line of duty and those officers who contine to protect and serve 24/7, seven days a week.



GRIEF & THE HOLIDAYS

“Holidays are time spent with loved ones” was imprinted on our psyche from a young age. Holidays mark the passage of time in our lives. They bring meaning to certain days and we bring much meaning back to them. But since holidays are for being with those we love the most, how on earth can anyone be expected to cope with them when a loved one has died?

Rather than avoiding the feelings of grief, lean into them. It is not the grief you want to avoid, it is the pain. Grief is the way out of the pain. There are a number of ways to incorporate your loved one and your loss into the holidays.


This excerpt is taken from Grief.com, one of many online resources on coping during the Holidays. We know it is hard and KS COPS is there for you...read more at:

http://grief.com/grief-the-holidays/.

KANSAS CONCERNS OF 
POLICE SURVIVORS

Mailing Address
 
KSCOPS
10325 West Ridge Rd.   Holton, KS 66436











Mission Statement
Kansas C.O.P.S. is a
statewide non-profit
organization providing
programs and services
for the surviving families
and affected co-workers
of law enforcement officers
killed in the line of duty
in the state of Kansas.

Meeting Announcement
Our next meeting is
tentatively scheduled for
Saturday, February 21st 
at 11:00 AM
at the
Emporia Police Department, 

518 Mechanic St.
Emporia, KS 66801
Please mark your calendars
and plan to join us.


FINAL CALL QUILTS
Honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Final Call Quilts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that makes quilts for families
of first responders 
who on their Final Call made the ultimate sacrifice, giving their life in the line of duty, in accordance with Federal criteria.  Quilts are made at no cost to the family, however donations from individuals, departments, and or the public are crucial to keeping this organization going, and ensuring that the cost of future quilts are covered. 
http://www.finalcallquilts.org/

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