Pray for Micah May's speedy recovery.

Nevada Highway Patrol has released the name and photo of a trooper hit and critically injured while trying to stop a carjacking suspect on Interstate 15 on Tuesday. Trooper Micah May was deploying stop-sticks on I-15 near Sahara Avenue when he was struck by the suspect's car, NHP said in a statement. May was airlifted to UMC, and he remains in critical condition. May, 46, has been with the Nevada Department of Public Safety since April 2008, according to NHP. He is married and a father of two.



In Loving Memory of Jason Swanger (EOW June 24, 2021)

He joined the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department in 2013. In his time as a police officer, he served his community in the South Central Area Command and Enterprise. He was a Field Training Officer for both area commands. He was also an Explorers Advisor for two years. Along with his dedication to his country and community, he believed in neighborhood policing and community outreach from playing Santa Claus for Christmas for his area command, reading to students at Schorr Elementary School, Baby Week at Silvestri Middle School, and he organized with his squad to have them come and assist with the Raiders Football Camp at Schorr Elementary School.



In Loving Memory of Past IPOF President LT. Erik LLoyd



Featured EVENTS

Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos

Friday December 03, 2021

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Hello all rockers. We’re so excited you’re able to join us for the global premiere of Long Live Rock..Celebrate The Chaos. Please stick around AFTER the film for a great conversation with the filmmakers and some special guest rock stars. You won’t want to miss it. Go to www.LongLiveRockMovie.com for all information on the film and remember….LONG LIVE ROCK!

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K9 Trials

Monday June 10, 2019

@ Orleans Arena

Come and see police department K-9 Teams from all over the world compete in obedience, agility, and handler protection.

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A Message from The IPOF President

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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.