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Everyday the men and women of law enforcement put their lives on the line to protect our society These men and women are also part of a family And each day when they leave their homes their family members pray that they will return safely home But what happens to these families when one day they do not return home safely Who is there to help them cope with the great loss they have just experienced When a police officer is killed the death does not only effect the family but it also effects the society as well as the police office partner The lose of a partner is usually a traumatic experience When it comes to coping with this hardship the family must find a strong support system that can help them This is a time when the family needs friends and the people of the society to help them through Also the fear of not being able to provide for the family when the death occurs can also be a hardship to have to work through If children are a part of the mix the though th at they will not be able to afford to send them to school or college can also cause stress In the state of New York there is a non-profit fraternal organization that is composed of law enforcement personnel of all ranks from all over the state called the New York Shields The Shields was founded in 1990 to build a strong support system for those slain officers and to honor their selfless acts of heroism Each May the Shields honoring the families of officers who have made the supreme sacrifice their own lives host a memorial Breakfast A Medal of Valor is presented to those families It is presented in the honor of these officers ho by giving up their lives in the line of duty Each family and is presented with this medal
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