Due to the Governor's Shutdown, you will be able to pick up your order when the Stay-at-home order is lifted (most likely May 15). If you selected "shipping" option, then we will mail it to you on May 15.
This morning at approximately 5:54 AM, Sergeant Benjamin Jenkins, with the Nevada Highway Patrol, stopped to assist a motorist on US-93 at White Pine county mile marker 106, north of Ely, NV. During this contact, the motorist opened fire on Sergeant Ben Jenkins who was struck and killed by the motorist. The motorist fled the scene in Sgt. Jenkins' patrol vehicle. After a search that lasted several hours, the suspect, a 65-year-old White Pine resident, was located and taken into custody with the assistance of multiple agencies.
47-year-old Sgt. Ben Jenkins was an Elko native who devoted his life to public service and to serving Nevadans. He began working for the Highway Patrol in March 2008 as a Trooper in Jackpot and was promoted to Sergeant in Elko in 2017. Prior to NHP, he was a training officer for the Nevada State Fire Marshal Division, a crew supervisor for the Nevada Division of Forestry, an Assistant Fire Chief for the Spring Creek Volunteer Fire Department, and a veteran of both the Army National Guard and Air National Guard.
To donate to the family of Sgt Benjamin Jenkins, you can wire to:
Wells Fargo Bank Account#: 5906636682
Nevada State Bank Account#: 5795937738
IPOF President Message Regarding Dallas, TX July 2016
We would like to send our condolences to all the men and women in uniform and the entire Dallas police department and community. To understand your pain and sorrow at this time is unimaginable. We here in the Las Vegas community unfortunately know it all to well. We stand by you and all our fellow officers around the country in this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are especially with those families who’s brave officers paid the ultimate sacrifice. God bless you.
I would like to personally thank each and every Law Enforcement Officer in this great state for the dedication and commitment to their oath of office. In a time of need, it is these brave men and women who sacrifice their livelihood to serve and protect those around them. Without skipping a beat, these individuals make the extraordinary acts of heroism a common and daily occurrence. While serving their communities, these officers will endure things that the average citizen would not be able to fathom.In turn, these officers are often met with hardcore resistance and violence toward them, while all in a dayâ€™s work. Some of these officers are seriously injured and or pay the ultimate sacrifice for their community. It is times like this that we are so grateful to have an organization like the Injured Police Officerâ€™s Fund. This non-profit organization helps those injured or killed in the line of duty by assisting the family of the officer in their time of need. We are there for them in every aspect of life. When an officer goes down, it is his brotherâ€™s and sisterâ€™s in law enforcement that step up and band together to help fill the void.
On September 21, 2016, the Injured Police Officerâ€™s fund and local area McDonaldâ€™s restaurants have teamed up once again to host â€śCoffee with a Copâ€ť. This will be an opportunity for anyone who wishes to speak to an officer in their community, face to face and ask questions and get answers. McDonaldâ€™s has agreed to give free coffee to those individuals who sit with the police officers and engage them with community questions. This is a great opportunity for all involved to engage with each other in the community in which we all live. I look forward to seeing you on September 21st, and remember that week is â€śThank a Cop Weekâ€ť. So go find an officer and take the time to say Thank You!
Once again, Thank you to all the police officers in this great state for doing what you do. And a big thank you to all the residents of this state who have supported the Injured Police Officerâ€™s Fund and the men and women it serves. Thank you.
Open to all vehicles â€“ 300 vehicle limit.
Cars, trucks & Special Interest Vehicles including Vintage, Originals, Classics, Hot Rods, Muscle Cars, Street Rods, Competition Vehicles, Custom Vehicles. With Special EMERGENCY VEHICLE DISPLAY!
The mission of the Injured Police Officers Fund is to help reduce the financial burden suffered by Police Officers and their families in the event of a line of duty injury or death by providing monetary assistance to these Officers and their families.