As law enforcement survivors, we go through a unique kind of grieving process. It was this very unique experience of being a Los Angeles Police Officers spouse that inspired these members to form a support group of SURVIVORS!
The Los Angeles Police Department realized the need for a support group comprised of law enforcement survivors with one main thing in common… GRIEF. Despite their varying backgrounds, the members of the Family Support Group transcend differences to support one another through the grieving process.
We meet monthly to provide emotional support to one another and arrange for professional speakers in various topics of concern to membership.
We provide training to department personnel and other police agencies in the stages of grief recovery and the establishment of a police spousal support group.
Liaison with Department & Outside Organizations
We have a special liaison with the following groups who provide the membership with valuable assistance and training:
Employee Assistance Unit
Los Angeles Protective League
Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation
Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS)
Board of Directors
Sonia Sanchez, Treasurer
Cathy Lee , Secretary
Families Of Fallen Los Angeles Officers Gather In Long Beach
CBS Los Angeles | July 10, 2016
LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — The families of Los Angeles officers who have died in the line of duty gathered in Long Beach Sunday for an event aimed at offering support.
“It’s sad how people bash the police because not everyone is bad,” said Jalen Lee, whose dad, Nick Lee, was killed in the line of duty two years ago.
She and others gathered for a day of ice cream and fun, fun for families who have lost loved ones in the line of duty... read more