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Tom Knapp is a Marine Corps Vet of 17yrs reaching the rank of Gunnery Sgt.(1993-2013) serving two tours in Iraq (2003, 2004). Tom is a Police Veteran with 11yrs service having done my duty as a patrol Sgt. SWAT operator and Sniper.
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Frank Diamond is from Ohio. Frank served 15 years in Law Enforcement, another 4 years as a Volunteer Firefighter. Franks story is featured in the Code 9 documentary.
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Robert Cubby - Retired Captain New Jersey City police Department
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Jennifer Elliott - Master Police Officer/Detective City of Falls Church Police Falls Church, VA
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Nathan Schlitz was a Police Officer and Detective with the Mesa Police Department in Arizona for twelve years
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Thomas A. Giannettino - Thomas was as an Investigator with the New York State Police. He is also a 21 year veteran of the United States Air Force/ NY Air National Guard
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Wendy Nelson McIlwraith
- Georgia
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Luke Jensen Police Officer 2001-2010 - Iowa US Army Reserves 1998-2010 Staff Sergeant-Military Police and Military Police Investigator
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Kelly Preston
Boone County 9-1-1 dispatcher for 20 years. Married to Officer Mike Preston for 11 years. Mike was a 19 police officer and Marine veteran. Eow 1-13-16. We have 4 children.
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Fred and Nancie Bamonte
- Fred has been in law enforcement for a combined 36 years, nd is currently a detective with Mesa PD Nancie has been a civilian with Mesa PD for 18 years. Between us, we have been involved with Mesa Peer Team for 15 years. We share the same heart for those within the “family” who may be struggling with various problems and need guidance or just a listening ear.
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Jessica Realin
- Wife of Pulse Nightclub First Responder Ret. Orlando Police Officer Gerry Realin / Mom / Activist On June 12, 2016 my husband was part of a 7 man Hazmat Team that was responsible for collecting the 49 victims that didn't make it out. He would be rendered permanently and totally disabled from PTSD. I decided that something needed to be done and with the strength, courage and support of many other passionate first responder families we passed the first PTSD coverage bill for FIRST RESPONDERS in the Southern United States on March 5, 2018.
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Kirsti Haaka
- Throughout my career as a police officer, I have been concerned for the well-being of my colleagues. I am a 20-year veteran having spent my career as a patrol officer. I continue to support first responders to seek mental health services in whatever form is right for him or her. I will continue to research first responder and military suicides and support families to have work related suicide a line of duty death. Together we will end the stigma.
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