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.
Download our flyer here.
Designate KS C.O.P.S. as your charity of choice at both Amazon and Kruger/Dillon's and a portion of your purchases will be given back to KS C.O.P.S.
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“When an officer is killed in the line of duty if affects the entire community. Kansas C.O.P.S. is here to support the family members, as well as the co-workers, of these fallen officers. KS C.O.P.S. remembers these officers, their sacrifice and the sacrifices of their family members, loved ones and co-workers. We laugh together, cry together, support each other and provide a safe place for our members to open up about their fallen officer. Please join us for a special event, board meeting, memorial service or send us a message to find out more about us."
President, KS Concerns of Police Survivors
Wife of Officer Joey Bohlender, EOW June 13, 2000
Show your support for your officer and 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. Email Dana Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org or download an order form here: .Proceeds will benefit KS COPS in supporting all Kansas Survivors.
We are also pleased to announce the following fundraisers being held by the Justice Lodge No. 457, benefitting KS COPS!
Car Raffle - Drawing to be held Nov. 4th, 2017 in Topeka
Tickets are $20 with $15 going directly to KS C.O.P.S. For raffle tickets email Daren Kellerman at Kellerman@Kansasmason.org. The car is a 1956 Ford Thunderbird Convertible with just over 87,000 miles on it. This beauty has been restored to original condition and has the classic two-tone upholstery interior. You don't want to miss this! See pictures here.
Charity Pheasant Hunt - Nov. 18th, 2017
Graham County - More details to follow.