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National Police Support Fund Pivots ‘Restore Respect for Police’ Campaign in the Aftermath of Contentious Election

National Police Support Fund Pivots ‘Restore Respect for Police’ Campaign in the Aftermath of Contentious Election

Alexandria, VA. – National Police Support Fund, a national grassroots political organization focused on supporting and defending police within the political sphere, is continuing their national campaign to restore respect for police and calling on supporters to hold politicians accountable.

“From COVID-19 to “defunding” the police, police officers across the country will continue to face challenges long after the election is over.  Supporting them in the aftermath of this tumultuous election is more important than ever. Our men and women in blue need your support now more than ever to hold these politicians accountable and make sure they give police the respect they deserve,” said Executive Director Simon Lewis in a statement. 

A large aspect of this campaign is direct outreach to pro-police citizens across the country, including through a direct mail initiative. Supporters will be receiving a mail insert that reads, “Show your respect for the tough job our nation’s law enforcement officers do every day. Make sure they have the training, tools, and equipment necessary to KEEP US SAFE. Don’t let politicians abuse police officers – Hold them accountable!” 

“As you might have seen in our recent mailing, support of our police officers is important now more than ever. The National Police Support Fund continues the fight to restore the respect and honor that law enforcement officials deserve as they work to keep violent, dangerous criminals off of our streets — despite efforts from elected officials to deprive departments of resources and release dangerous inmates from prison,” Mr. Lewis concluded. 

Citizens can sign the petition and lend their support for National Police Support Fund’s campaign here: npsfdev.wpengine.com/petitions/restore-respect/.

National Police Support Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions made to National Police Support Fund are not tax-deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

Contact National Police Support Fund:

Simon Lewis
Executive Director
(571) 364-6520
media@nationalpolicesupportfund.com