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National Blue Alert System

OUR MISSION:

Operate, maintain & improve the National Blue Alert System that enables communication between law enforcement, transportation & news/social/wireless medias.

Work to bring support to the families of fallen officers. The unexpected loss of life & loss of everyday function puts a strain on these families. 

Work Nationally to bring Body Armor, Body Cameras, Squad Car Cameras & more to the law enforcement agencies that are not able to obtain this critical safety equipment.

Since we are a All Volunteer Non-Profit, we only need 20% of Donations for Expenses like, Office Space, Phones, Web Site and Marketing Materials. The other 80% Goes to Programs such as, Direct to Family support, Building or Re-Building Memorials, K9 Bulletproof Vests, Bite Suits for Training, Honor Chairs, Memorial Bracelets to Families of the Fallen.

Founded May 2008

We are Now in 34 States

Veteran Operated Non-Profit Organization Member - We are proud members of the Veteran Business Project. The Blue Alert Foundation was Founded and Operated by an 100% Service-Connected Disabled Veteran that served in the United States Army, Military Police (31B) and Communications Specialist (31Z) (SDVOSB). Join us in showing your support for our armed forces by proudly supporting the causes they believe in by this United States military veteran!
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Latest News
Monday, March 28 2011
Matt Bush - Reporting
March 29, 2011 - Both Maryland and Virginia issue what's known as "Blue Alerts" after police officers are seriously injured or killed by suspects. Eleven states in the United States issue Blue Alerts, which are similar to the Amber Alerts, sent whenever a child is kidnapped. Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland says he wants the Blue Alerts extended nationally. "It's been very successful. The information gets out quickly. But as you know, the suspect could cross state lines, so it's important that we establish this nationally," he says.

Blue Alerts first started in Maryland last year, following the shooting death of state trooper Wesley Brown. He was killed while working off-duty as a security guard at a restaurant in Prince George's County in June. Police say the suspect in the case had been escorted from the restaurant by Brown after a dispute over a bill, only to return a short time later and shoot the trooper in the back. Some of Brown's family members joined Cardin at Monday's announcement.
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Blue Alert Foundation
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Attn: Tom Berry
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