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National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.)

C.O.P.S. Concern for Police Survivors – Celebrating their 40th Anniversary

NEWCOM supports law enforcement officers nationwide by promoting National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.). There is a need to show law enforcement officers nationwide that our citizens recognize the difficult and sometimes impossible career they have chosen to protect and serve. On January 9th each year we make sure we stop by local agencies to drop off cards of appreciation, buy them lunch, or simply say thank you.

Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) calls our nation’s citizens to action in support of law enforcement.

Learn more about the event: L.E.A.D.

I have focused my career on helping keep police officers safer by utilizing technology. I appreciate all the hard work both locally and nationwide that law enforcement does to serve the public. Today and every January 9th we pay a little extra attention to those officers around us and say Thank you.

Dov KoplovskyOwner and CEO

I appreciate that my employer allows each employee to choose a law enforcement agency of their choice. They provide us the opportunity to show support for law enforcement agencies, acknowledging their efforts to maintain law & order, respond to emergencies, and ensure safety in our communities.

Kristine LoomerSales & Operations Manager

We appreciate the men and women of law enforcement every day and recognize the sacrifices they make to maintain law and order. However, on January 9th our entire team really enjoys getting out in the community and showing our appreciation.

Jim CarmanDirector of Sales

I’ve always appreciated our LEOs and the dedication and sacrifices they’ve made to keep our communities safe, but I’m particularly excited to make the entire day about showing that. I love the fact that I’m given the ability to get out in front of them and give them the recognition and appreciation they deserve.

Nate KyesSales Executive

When I think of law enforcement, the Officers and staff, I have so much gratitude for their service and tireless dedication. Thank you for keeping us safe and serving us every day.

Dawn LenzmeierChief Operating Officer

Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.) is officially January 9th of each year, however there isn’t a single day that goes by where I do not appreciate and remember the commitment and sacrifices that our local police put forward to keep our community safe.

Elden IpDirector of Finance

I am very excited to be spending my first L.E.A.D. with NEWCOM, who gives a great amount of gratitude and respect for our Law Enforcement workers year round, not just on January 9th.

Devon HardingSales Development Representative

Responding to the call to serve is both brave and admirable. On Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we take a moment to express our gratitude to those who are willing to risk their lives for our safety and security. This is for the full response when our new furnace set off all the alarms, that time our car was broken into, and even when we got caught going too fast on the interstate. I'm thankful for the people that chose to keep me, my family, and my neighbors protected.

Christopher ErmisSales Engineer

On Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we join together to express our gratitude and admiration for the dedicated men and women who serve on the front lines to uphold justice and maintain the safety of our communities. This day provides an invaluable opportunity for us to actively participate in recognizing and thanking our law enforcement officers for their unwavering commitment, sacrifice, and bravery. Let us take a moment to express our appreciation, not only in words but through genuine gestures of gratitude, acknowledging the indispensable role they play in preserving the peace and well-being of our society.

Keith BumgarnerSales Engineer

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More about C.O.P.S.

Every year, the C.O.P.S. recognizes that every law enforcement officer is subjected to crisis and tragedy as a part of their job.  They see the most unthinkable acts of criminal behavior in our society. This conference offers a much-needed focus on officer wellness and the need to proactively address the cumulative stresses that can occur over an officer’s career.  This conference is for all law enforcement officers (active or retired) nationwide.