Behind the Badge

menu
God's Helpline Articles Apologetics Book Reviews
Christian News Suicide Discipleship Eternal Security
Favorite Links How to know Jesus Help for the Cutter In Memory
Bloodstripes Home Page Police Humor Police Memorial SiteMap
Statemnet of Faith Testimonies Thoughts to Ponder Responses
Vet's Memorial Why Home

Flag Behind the Badge Flag

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.



Police Memorial





Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

INDEX

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Badge Scott Neal (Officer)
Mexia Independent School District
By Dorothy McCarty
Sgt. Neal had been with the Mexia Independent School District police for three years. He leaves behind a wife and 4-year-old child. Sgt. Neal was participating in SWAT team training when he was accidentally shot in the head by another officer.



BadgeEdward Neves (SGT.)
Taunton Police Department
By Laura Spangler, Taunton, MA USA




BadgeRichard E. Newman Sr. (Lt. Undercover Drug Force)
Crowley Louisiana
By Lynette Newman Broussard, Morse, LA USA
My father was shot and killed by another officer who lost her temper in an undercover drug sting on February 19, 1993 just three days after his 48th birthday, on a friday night in Lafayette, LA. She received 5 years probation for her crime, we received the life sentence. I do not harbor any harsh feelings against other officers, only her. My father was good at what he did and he was a good man, taken way before his time. He left behind a wife, four children, 7 grandchildren and other family and friends.



Badge Stephen C. Newitt, III (Deputy Sheriff)
Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office
By Sgt. C.M. Roos, Retired, Metairie, LA
One of six of our family members to enter law enforcement, Stevie brought his good humor to the job. He was killed while on motorcycle patrol on Jan. 24, 1996, exactly two months to the day before his 35th birthday. He is sorely missed.



BadgeEric Nicholson (Trooper First Class)
South Carolina Highway Patrol
By Exp. Maj. Bradley C. Bowen, Clemson, SC USA
On Dec. 6, 2000, Trooper Nicholson had just finished giving blood, when on what appeared to be a normal traffic stop, he was gunned down. South Carolina has lost a great man. He will be missed.



BadgeMichael Nickerson (Police Officer)
Centreville Police Department, MD USA
By Anonymous
Shot and killed in the line of duty while answering a loud music call Feb 13, 2001.



BadgeRegina Nickles (Officer)
Harrodsburg Police Department
By Christopher Love, Lexington, KY USA
This is dedicated to a 15 year veteran of the Harrodsburg Police Department. While on a routine prowler call, Officer Nickles was shot twice and died shortly after sustaining her wounds. The suspect was then shot by her partner 3 times and he survived his wounds. Regina was a wonderful Officer, Mother, and friend. She was the first female officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty in the state of Kentucky. She is dearly missed each and every day and will never be forgotten.



BadgeBrant "Butch" Nine (Sgt)
Police Dept. Nappanee, IN
By Lori Croy, Elkhart, IN USA
Butch, The man who took your life so coldly cannot realize what he has cost the city of Nappanee. The EMS you respected did it's best to save your life that night but we couldn't and that remains a painful memory for those of us who were there to this day. I know that you rest now in the palm of God's hand so until we meet again, goodbye my friend.



BadgeDoug Noll (Deputy Sheriff)
Harris County Sheriff's Department
By P. L. Hauptman, Houston, TX USA
On 7/22/96 Deputy Noll was involved, along with other units, in a pursuit of a stolen vehhicle. Deputy Noll was involved in an accident with another Harris County Unit and was killed instantly in the collision. Deputy Noll was 26 years old and left behind a fiancee along with numerous friends and family members.



BadgeCraig Nollmeyer (Police Patrol Officer)
Tacoma Police
By Jeff Salter, Puyallup, Washington
While searching for a homicide suspect on January 24, 1985, Craig was shot once in the head and killed. Better training could have prevented his death - urge your departments to include officer survival in your training program. It's been nearly 19 years, Craig, but you're still missed!



BadgeJohn F. Norcross (Patrolman)
Haddon Heights PD
By Anonymous, Turnersville, NJ USA
John you are missed more than you ever will know. I know that you are up there watching and keeping an eye out. I begin my rookie year this year. Until we meet I will never forget you.



BadgeJohn "Nova" Novabilski (Sergeant)
Prince George's County Police
By Pfc. F.Stankowski, Prince George's County Police, Bowie, MD USA

Sgt. John Novabilski was murdered in an ambush in May of 1995. Sgt. Novabilski was working "part time" security like so many of us do to help make ends meet. While Sgt. Novabilski was sitting in his marked patrol vehicle and in uniform, he was shot numerous times in the head with a machine pistol. The suspect then pulled Sgt. Novabilski's body from his patrol vehicle, took his duty weapon and fled. The person believed to be the suspect later took his own life several weeks later, but not before murdering a FBI agent attempting to apprehend him. A "Cops Cop", his death was so senseless, I can only take comfort in knowing he is in a better place...



"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God." Matthew 5:9

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.

INDEX

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


If you would like to post the name of a fallen Officer please e-mail me the following information:

NOTE: You can copy and paste this directly into your e-mail message:

Then e-mail it to: Police Memorial

HOME

eXTReMe Tracker