The NPDF funds several law enforcement and child safety initiatives, such as Operation Kids, Safe Cop, Project Pedophile and Save a First Responder via membership dues and public donations. The NPDF works for the interest of Federal Agents, Sheriffs, Police Chiefs, State Troopers, county and local law enforcement personnel. Its roles exceed over 200,000 members and supporters, many of which include corporate, professional and associate members. Please help support our programs:
The “Operation Kids” program is a multi-faceted NPDF child safety program that (1) distributes free child fingerprint/DNA kits to parents (2) sponsors youth athletic events (3) posts periodic rewards on missing and kidnapped children (4) issues annual scholarships (5) funds Project Pedophile and (6) arranges lifesaving operations and medical treatment for critically ill children worldwide.
The NPDF “Operation Kids” program was established “Project Pedophile” in order to address the serious increase of pedophile activity on the internet that has been victimizing our children. The program will reward any child with a $1,000 U.S. Savings Bond for information that leads to the federal arrest and conviction of any pedophile operating on the internet.
“Safe Cop” is nationally renowned for posting up to a $10,000 cash reward for public information that results in the arrest and conviction of anyone who shoots a member law enforcement officer, anywhere in the United States. The Safe Cop program was also expanded to provide critical medical care and psychological counseling to disabled law enforcement personnel worldwide.
This newest “Safe Cop” law enforcement initiative addresses the serious increase of armed assaults on K9 police dogs by donations bullet proof vests to law enforcement agencies. This program is administered and funded by the NPDF Deputy Sheriffs & Peace Officers Coalition.
This newest “Safe Cop” law enforcement initiative was established to address the serious increase of assaults on first responders that include Police, Fire and EMS personnel. The “Save a First Responder” program will post up to a $10,000 reward for public information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person who commits a criminal act that results in a line of duty death of a first responder. This program is funded and administered by the NPDF Firefighters & EMS foundation. (www.fireemsfoundation.org