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Remembering the Ultimate Sacrifices.
We will forever remember the ultimate sacrifices that were made on September 11, 2001.
Photo Credit: Indiana Law Enforcement Memorial
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DEPUTY SPROUSE EMERGENCY FUNDRAISER CONCLUDED
THANK YOUR FOR YOUR SUPPORT TO DEPUTY SPROUSE AND HIS FAMILY FOR HIS EMERGENCY FUND COLLCECTION. WITH YOUR HELP, WE WERE ABLE TO DONATE $500.00 TO HIS FAMILY!
Police Pictures, a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization.
2021 & 2020 Top-Rated Nonprofit.
2022, 2021, 2020 GuideStar Gold Seal of Transparency.
Frontline United, one of Police Pictures' programs.
OUR CORE VALUES
Leadership, Integrity, Commitment, Teamwork, and Communication.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
To support & humanize law enforcement officers. Supporting those that protect us.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
We strive to create an everlasting impact in the law enforcement community. Smiles like this make it worth it.
PETER, A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
A rare case of a non-profit that delivers tangible results and remains true to its cause. The support they provide to police departments and law enforcement officers is phenomenal because they do not only showcase the spirit of service and self-sacrifice with which the men dedicated to the thin blue line work with but they have also stepped up in difficult times like the COVID-19 pandemic to provide whatever they could so as those serving could have the tools to continue to serve and protect. With the above simply being just a couple of examples of the amazing work Police Pictures is conducting, I can only applaud the passion and dedication with which these fine young men and women are selflessly operating this organization. Having had the opportunity to exchange views with Josh Kelly, a founding member and their CFO, I can only state that such fine examples of the young generation provide hope for a bright future for law enforcement and the country alike.
In a time when a lot of people are looking to critique law enforcement, it is refreshing to find a group of volunteers working to show the positive of the 99.9% . This is one of those groups.
Linda Searles, Ambassador, Former Community Director - Thin Blue Line USA
“As the Community Director for Thin Blue Line USA, I enjoy building connections with people on a social level as well as on a professional level. About 3 years ago I initially met Josh and Bre from the Police Pictures organization at National Police Week when they stopped by our booth. Shortly after our meeting we began collaborating on projects such as Covid 19/Frontline United which allowed us to help our frontline workers with much needed supplies and services during a very challenging time in our country. This partnership grew into supporting local police departments in Ohio by conducting custom bracelet fundraisers for specific department needs, but more importantly, to honoring our fallen heroes. The main benefits from developing a partnership with such an amazing organization such as Police Pictures, has been their dedication to serve their community and finding ways to work with them on developing ideas, raising visibility, raising awareness, and getting inspired to support our communities. We look forward to working with Police Pictures on upcoming projects and will find opportunities to help support their mission.”
Patrol Officer Wiley - Oberlin Police Department
"Police Pictures has been very supportive of our social media program here at the Oberlin Police Department. In return, we support their mission of bringing the police and the community closer together”.