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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Donate $15.00 and get Two Mourning Badge Bands

If you Donate $15.00, you will get Two (2) LEO Badge Mourning Bands, One (1) Plain Black & One (1) with the Thin Blue Line.

Your Donation Helps Families of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers killed in the line of Duty.

Please go to www.BlueAlert.us and Donate today.

The Blue Alert Foundation is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Public Charity.

Monday, November 10, 2014

2nd Annual Holiday Raffle to raise funds for the Families of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

The Blue Alert Foundation is holding its 2nd Annual Holiday Raffle to raise funds for the Families of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers killed in the line of duty.

Below are some of the Events that the Blue Alert Foundation helped to put on to help the family of Trooper Chelsea Richard that was killed on the line of duty on May 3, 2014 (Traffic Accident/Vehicle did not Moveover) These Events help Families like the one you see below. This is 5 yr old Clayton, Chelsea's Son. You will see he was invited to the Miami Marlin's Game and got to put out the Rosin Bag for the Pitcher. Also he was the Guest of Honor and Event Starter for the 2nd Annual Poker Run in Clearwater Florida, Sponsored by the Suncoast Crime Prevention Association.  












Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 Tickets for $20.00
Drawing will be on December 15, 2014

Click the Blue Circle to the Left to get your Tickets
Your Tickets will be Mailed and Emailed to you.

All Prizes were Donated for this Raffle so your
Ticket Purchase is 100% Tax Deductible except
for the 50 Cents for the Mailing of the Tickets.








All Prizes were Donated by these fine Sponsors of the
2nd Annual Blue Alert Foundation Holiday Raffle.

Friday, August 1, 2014

Gov. Jan Brewer, Signs the Blue Alert System into Law

On July 31, 2014, Gov. Jan Brewer Signed into law, House Bill 2323, which will establishes a Blue Alert notification system designed to issue and coordinate alerts following an attack on a law-enforcement officer.
The system, an effort among state officials, broadcasters and others, will disseminate information statewide about suspected offenders — including detailed descriptions of the offenders, their vehicles and license-plate information. The system would be activated if, among other things, an officer has been killed or seriously injured and investigators determine the offender poses a threat to the public or other law enforcement.
The Blue Alert system has been adopted in 18 states and is being considered in seven others.
Tom Berry, the Founder of the National Blue Alert System welcomes the Great State of Arizona to the Blue Alert Family and was at the Signing Ceremony with Governor Jan Brewer and other Officials for the Signing of the Bill into Law. With Arizona, this makes 19 States that have the Blue Alert System. Kansas is the 20th State to have the Blue Alert in their State.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Jury selection continues in trial of man accused of killing deputy

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. —Jury selection in the trial for a man accused of killing a Brevard County Sheriff's deputy will continue for the third day on Wednesday.
Brandon Bradley is charged with the death of Deputy Barbara Pill two years ago.
During the traffic stop Bradley opened fire, hitting Pill multiple times in the face and killing her, according to investigators.
When Bradley and Kerchner were arrested, both pleaded not guilty. But Kerchner changed her plea last month. She is now spending 12 years in prison after admitting her role in the crime.
On Friday, Bradley was given another chance to plead guilty and avoid a trial, but he declined.
If he's convicted of first-degree murder, he could face the death penalty.
Kerchner is expected to testify against Bradley.
More than a dozen people have completed the first round of questioning.

The judge is allowing up to a week for jury selection and up to five weeks for the trial.