National Association of
Chiefs of Police
A program of the United States Law Enforcement Foundation
Family Fund for Paralyzed and Disabled Officers
National Outreach Chairman
As a permanently disabled police officer, I know all too well the feeling of being forgotten by the public and even some fellow officers. Fortunately, my wife and I heard about the NACOP Family Fund, which gave us the help we needed to start putting the pieces of our shattered lives back together and provide for our two daughters.
As the National Outreach Chairman for the Family Fund for Paralyzed & Disabled Police officers I would like to thank you for taking the time to learn about our programs. If you know of a paralyzed, disabled or injured police officer in your area who could use our help, please contact us right away.
Trooper John Kucan (Ret.) National Outreach Chairman
Making a Difference
The purpose of the Family Fund for Paralyzed and Disabled Officers is:
We provide recognition to these officers by awarding them the Police Purple Heart Medal and Certificate acknowledging the sacrifice they made in the line of duty. Continued recognition is achieved through support and assistance.
Helping officers help themselves: The officers are assisted in regaining productive lives through either college or vocational scholarships or with financial assistance for medical expenses incurred by their injuries.
Children of these officers are supported with programs such as college scholarships, summer camp grants as well as Christmas & birthday gifts. Parents and spouses feel support through the Mother's and Father's Day program.
Your Gift Will Help
Police Families Nationwide Through Programs Including...
Emergency grant checks to meet medical and family expenses
Rehabilitative scholarships for severely disabled officers
Holiday and birthday gift deliveries to young members of police families
Educational scholarships for college-bound children of disabled officers
Police Purple Heart Medal presentations
Outreach and advocacy on behalf of all America’s forgotten law enforcement heroes
Thanks for Sharing
If you or someone you know would benefit from the services of the Family Fund for Paralyzed & Disabled Police Officers please use the forms below to apply.
The National Association of Chiefs of Police provides assistance to the officer and his/her immediate family.
It is the intent of this program to assist disabled officers and their sons and daughters in pursuing a higher education.
Summer Camp Application
This program is open to the sons and daughters, ages 6—17 years old of paralyzed and disabled law enforcement officers .
Medical Reimbursement Application
Those eligible to request reimbursement claims are: permanently disabled law enforcement officers enrolled in the Disabled Police Officers Fund (DPOF).