POLICE ASSOCIATIONS & CHARITIES
Listing of Police Associations & Charities of Athletic, Ethnic, Fraternal and Professional Origins.
CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCEMENT – CAWLE
AddressP.O. Box 16171 Chicago, IL 60616home Email: Info@CAWLE.orgINTERNET
CAWLE is devoted to providing a positive platform for sworn and retired women in criminal justice to network, invoke conversations about progress, goals, achievements, as well as provide mentoring and educational services, while preserving the history of women in law enforcement.
CHICAGO POLICE CHAPLAINS MINISTRY – CPCM
Address1140 W Jackson Boulevard Chicago, IL 60607home <br /> <span class="fa fa-phone"> </span>: Primary Number – (312) 738-7588home FAX #: (312) 738-2825homefax
In 1980, the Police Chaplains Ministry began providing chaplaincy services to the 13,000 officers of the Chicago Police Department, approximately 4,000 retired officers, and their family members.
CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT ENFORCERS – CPDE
The Chicago Police Enforcers football team is a recognized 501c3 charitable organization formed to raise funds for Police and Children charities. The Enforcers play in the National Public Safety Football League (www.NPSFL.org) against teams from around the country formed with similar charitable goals. Proceeds from our fund raising are donated to several charities including the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation (www.CPDMemorial.org), the Chicago Police Gold Star Families, Mercy Home for Boys and Girls (www.MercyHome.org), and the Chicago Police Chaplains Ministry. As per NPSFL rules, our team is proudly comprised of fully-sworn, full-time law enforcement personnel from the Chicagoland area, as well as federal law enforcement officers working in the Chicagoland area.
CHICAGO POLICE MARINE CORPS LEAGUE – CPMCL
The Chicago Police Marine Corps League is a not-for-profit organization. The Chicago Police Marine Corps League is committed to serving the veteran community and informing all patriots of the rich history and traditions of the United States Marines Corps and the United States of America. All money raised directly supports veterans and veterans’ families. All donations are tax deductible.
CHICAGO POLICE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION – CPMF
Address10339 South Pulaski Road Chicago, IL 60655home <br /> <span class="fa fa-phone"> </span>: Primary Number – (312) 499-8899home FAX #: (312) 226-6821homefax Email: Info@CPDMemorial.orgINTERNET
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to honoring the lives of our fallen heroes. The Foundation provides support and assistance to the families of Chicago police officers who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty.
Established in 2004, the Foundation strengthens the relationship between the Chicago Police, its business and civic leaders and its citizenry. It allows us to express our gratitude to the fallen officersâ€™ families for the ultimate sacrifice of their loved one.
CHICAGO POLICE SURVIVORS – CPS
Address1407 W Washington Boulevard Chicago, IL 60607home Email: ChicagoPoliceSurvivors@Gmail.comINTERNET
The Police Survivors are a group of current and retired Chicago Police Officers, who have been seriously injured or involved in traumatic incident.
The Police Survivor Group, unfortunately, has a place in society. As violence increases, so does the danger that every police officer faces everyday when he or she goes to work. We wish and hope that no other officer would have to endure the pain and terror that happens when an officer suffers a traumatic incident. When a traumatic incident happens to an officer, we will be there to provide as much help and support that we can…we know, we feel, and live with our memories and we want to make them easier for the next police officer.
CONCERNS OF POLICE SURVIVORS – COPS
AddressPO BOX 304 Tampico, IL 61283home
The Illinois Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) is an organization dedicated to helping survivors of law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. We represent both the survivors of Illinois officers and the families of officers from across the country who call Illinois home. Tragically, over 1,000 officers have died in the line of duty in Illinois.
The National C.O.P.S. was organized in 1984 with 110 individual members. Today, C.O.P.S. membership is over 15,000 families. Our members include spouses, children, parents, siblings, in laws, significant others, and affected co-workers of officers who have died in the line of duty according to federal government criteria. C.O.P.S. is governed by a National Board of law enforcement survivors, and our programs and services are administered by the national office in Camdenton, Missouri. In addition to National Police Week activities, our annual retreats or â€œHands on Programsâ€ù offer various activities and counseling services for all our survivor groups.
The Illinois chapter received our charter in April of 2005 from the National C.O.P.S. organization. We meet quarterly throughout the state and at various social events throughout the year. Our chapter is able to help our families through the kindness of generous donors, annual fundraisers and a multitude of law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois. We welcome your support of our law enforcement heroes, their families, loved ones and co-workers!