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Chief William C. Robinson
15 South Munn Avenue
East Orange, New Jersey 07017
There are approximately 900,000 sworn law
enforcement officers now serving in the
United States. About 12.0 percent of them
are female. Crime fighting has taken its
toll. Since the first recorded police death
in 1792, there have been more than 20,829 law enforcement
officers killed in the line of duty. 2009 was
a particularly perilous year for police
officers involved in gun disputes, reports
the Associated Press. The number killed in
the line of duty by gunfire increased 25
percent from 2008, say preliminary
statistics from the National Law Enforcement
Officers Memorial Fund. In 2009 49
police officers had died nationwide after
being shot while on duty, up from 38 for the
same time in 2008, which was the lowest
number of gunfire deaths since 1956.
During the past ten years, more officers
were killed feloniously on Friday than any
other day of the week. The fewest number of
felonious fatalities occurred on Sunday.
Over the past decade, more officers were
killed between 8:01 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.
than during any other two-hour period. There were 242 police deaths in 2001
nationwide, which represents a 48 percent
increase from the 163 officers who died in
2000. In 2002 there were 147 police deaths
nationwide – a significant decrease from 2001.
There were 147 officers killed
in 2003, 163 police deaths reported in 2004
a 8% increase, 161 officers killed in
2005, 147 officers killed in 2006, 181
killed in 2007, 132 killed in 2008, 120
officers killed in 2009 down 6% from 2008, 163 officers killed in 2010 and last
year 2012 there were 126 officers killed. 2007 was a deadly year for
U.S. Law Enforcement: Officer fatalities
rose more than 24 percent to the second
highest total in nearly two decades; fatal
shootings surged 33 percent, while a record
81 officers died in traffic-related
incidents. Averages: Every 53.5 hours an
officer is killed...164 deaths per
year...over 57,100 assaults per year resulting in
approximately 17,233 injuries per year.
East Orange Police Deploy New Technology To
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Line Of Duty Deaths 2013 - 45
Garden State Survivors, Inc. New Jersey COPS Chapter provides resources to
assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families of law enforcement officers
killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. New Jersey's first
recorded line of duty death is Newark Police Officer Maxwell Badgley who died on
October 23, 1854. Click
to view roll call of New Jersey's fallen Officers. The Officer Down Memorial Page honors all sworn law enforcement officers
killed in the US. This website has a tribute dedicated to the Five (5) East Orange
Police Officers killed in the line of duty. Click
to visit this memorial.
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) Website also
pays tribute to all our fallen officers click
to visit their website.
◊REAL TIME CRIME TECHNOLOGY◊East Orange Police
Department Unveils Real Time Smart Technology To Combat Crime. View This New
Crime Breaking Capability Live On YouTube By Clicking
PROTECT YOUR CAREER:
The EDPDLAW is (Excessive Discipline Protection Databases) designed to
complement the Legal Protection Plan and the EDPDLAW will consult with your union
representatives and union attorneys to make a program that is sufficient and
effective to protect your rights. Click EDPDLAW banner below to the right for additional
information on how to protect your LE career. TIPS HOTLINE:
In an effort to better
protect and serve the community, the East Orange Police Department has
instituted two "Tips" telephone lines. All calls will be kept confidential.
For suspected criminal activity citizens should call 973-266-5000. This
hot line number is monitored twenty-fours hours a day. For quality of life
issues such as loud music, loitering, etc. call 973-266-5000. NEWS TIPS:
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