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Springfield Missouri Police Department Distributes Dogtags
We'd Like To Share This Letter This is Chaplain Brandon Gardner from the Springfield Missouri Police Department and I wanted to give an update on the dogtag distribution. I want to first apologize for the tardiness of this email. Initially, we were going to wait to give the dogtags out until we had our annual...
July 24, 2021
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Point 27 Honors Fallen RGV Border Patrol Agent
Point 27 Honors Fallen RGV Border Patrol Agent HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO) — A non-profit based out of Georgia, honored fallen Border Patrol Agent Juan Urrutia from the Rio Grande Valley. Agent Urrutia died from complications of COVID-19 in late May, its suspected he was exposed to the virus in the line of duty. Point 27...
June 17, 2021
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Point 27 Spotlighted at Kansas City National Christian Protectors Conference
National Christian Protectors Conference Kansas City, MISSOURI (March 25, 2021) –US Army (Ret.) Col. David Dodd, director of Atlanta-based Point 27 https://point27.org joined a distinguished host of speakers at the 2021 National Christian Protectors Conference at Vineyard Church the last weekend in March.  Speakers included:  Gen. Jerry Boykin, Ret., who served with the Army Special...
March 29, 2021
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Point 27 Honors 3,000 Law Enforcement Officers
3,000 Law Enforcement Officers Honored at St. Louis US Marshal’s Headquarters Gives Them Shields of Strength Scripture-Inscribed Dog Tags ST. LOUIS, Missouri (March 24,2021) In a drive to encourage law enforcement officers of the designated Most Dangerous Cities in the US, Army (Ret.) Col. David Dodd, director of Atlanta-based global nonprofit Point 27 https://point27.org/ met...
March 24, 2021
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National Police Week 2021
National Police Week 2021 Events Postponed Until October
March 11, 2021
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Maryland Concern Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) Honors Police Officers
Resiliency - Strength Through Faith Point 27 Honors Family Members of Police Officers Killed In The Line-Of-Duty On February 19-20, Colonel Dodd spoke to family members of Fallen Police Officers at a Maryland Concern Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) event. He spoke on Resiliency and Strength Through Faith. The focus of the event was to prepare...
March 2, 2021
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Protest Turns Violent As Capitol Police Overrun
Point 27's Timely, Critical Response at the Nation's Capitol This Month Encourages US Capitol Police and National Guard Soldiers With God's Word. On January 6, a large crowd of people entered the U.S. Capitol to protest certification of the Presidential election. The protest turned violent and the Capitol Police were overrun. Fights between protestors and...
March 2, 2021
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Since January 1 2021 More Than 51 Police Officers Have Died in the Line of Duty
Point 27 Responds 100% to the Tragic 148% Increase In Line-Of-Duty Officer Deaths Since January 1, more than 51 police officers have died in the line of duty. In honor of each of these Fallen Officers, Point 27 shared God’s Word engraved on Thin Blue Line Dog Tags with their fellow officers and God’s Word...
March 2, 2021
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Fallen Knox County Warrants officer Toby Keiser Honored by Point 27
Global nonprofit Point 27 honored fallen Knox County Warrants Officer Tony Keiser, who died January 18 from complications of COVID-19, contracted in the line of duty. Keeping up with the escalated number of line-of-duty deaths has proven a struggle for global nonprofit, Point 27 -- based in Atlanta, a city and state where the public...
February 13, 2021
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Point 27 Honors Fallen LPD Officer Nicholas Reyna With Special Dog Tags
Point 27, an Atlanta-based global nonprofit, has sent gifts of Thin Blue Line scripture-inscribed dog tags called Shields of Strength to the Lubbock Police Department to honor fallen LPD Officer Nicholas Reyna who was struck and killed by a vehicle in the line of duty on January 11, 2020; and gifts of scripture-inscribed Folded Flag...
January 20, 2020
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