DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) (July 7, 2019) - Itâ€™s been three years since a lone gunman terrorized downtown Dallas and killed five officers, and Saturday morning hundreds of motorcyclists came together and rode in honor of them and other fallen officers....
YOUTUBE (June 30, 2019) - Texas Fallen Officer Foundation & Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation partner on community events in support of Police Survivors.
YOUTUBE (June 30, 2019) - Texas Fallen Officer Foundation hosts its First Annual "Knight To Remember" event in San Antonio, Texas at Howl at the Moon honoring our "fallen" police and military survivors!
CBS 19 (December 23, 2018) - It's a challenging job, but female police officers have a lot pride in their work.
FOX BUSINESS (July 26, 2018) - Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation President Demetrick Pennie on how Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones announced that his players will be forced to stand for the national anthem.
After Florida school massacre, what about regulating social media companies to keep us safe? (By Demetrick Pennie, Eric Feinberg)
FOX NEWS (February 18, 2018) - Following the Wednesday shooting at a Florida high school that took 17 lives, gun control activists and Second Amendment advocates are predictably arguing about the causes of such horrible violence and what to do next. We should not overlook the big role that social media companies play. (More)
KBTX-TV (January 2, 2018) - Limestone County Sheriff's Office is putting its design skills to use in order to help the family of fallen Trooper Damon Allen. Deputy Blake Knoph created a custom t-shirt that is being sold through Gruntstyle.com. (More)
KENS 5 SAN ANTONIO (July 16, 2017) - T-shirts sales from the Texas Fallen Officer Foundation are set to benefit the family of fallen San Antonio Police Department Officer Miguel Moreno. "Iâ€™m trying to raise funds for specifically for Officer Moreno, his family, and for Officer Julio Cavazos," SAPD Officer Tre Serrano said. (More)
FOX 4 NEWS (March 30, 2017) - The wife of an SMU police officer who died when he was swept away in a creek working an off-duty job is battling to get state survivor's benefits. Officers Mark McCullers was commissioned through the State of Texas, but he worked for a private institution â€“ SMU. That disqualifies his family from receiving the same death benefits other police families receive in Texas, including college tuition for children and health insurance for those left behind. (More)
Honoring the sacrifice of fallen officers, the Texas and Dallas Fallen Officers Foundations present a check to the family of slain SAPD Detective Benjamin Marconi
KENS 5 SAN ANTONIO (January 21, 2017)