Fleetwood Memorial Foundation

Fleetwood Memorial Foundation’s purpose is to provide virtually instant no-strings-attached grants to Certified Texas Law Enforcement or Fire Protection Personnel who are injured in the performance of their duties or to the families of such personnel who are killed in the performance of their duties.

Departments must apply for the for the family by submitting an online application available at

 ***Please note that an 8-week time period from your date of injury is the cut-off time when applying.

For questions and additional details, please contact Lisa Mund at 817-877-0702 or at


Victims Services

National Center for Victims of Crime: 1‐800‐394‐2255
Texas Dept of Criminal Justice Victims’ Services: 1‐800‐848‐4284
Texas Crime Victims’ Compensation Program: 1‐800‐983‐9933
Texas Crime Victims Clearinghouse: 1‐800‐848‐4284
Victim Information and Notification Everyday: 1‐877‐894‐8463
Women’s Advocacy Project: 1‐800‐777‐3247


Eli­gi­bil­i­ty for Crime Vic­tims’ Compen­sa­tion Program

If you or your immediate family have financial costs because of a crime, you may be eligible for the Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Program. Here’s what you need to know:

You can get help from CVC staff:
Mon. – Fri., 8:00am – 5:00pm CT
Toll Free: (800) 983-9933
In Austin: (512) 936-1200


Special Texas License Plates for Injured LEO’s in Texas

Police Officers injured in the line of duty, qualify for these special Texas license plates by providing evidence that you have been wounded in the line of duty as a peace officer, or you are a surviving spouse, parent, brother, sister or adult child (including an adopted child or stepchild) of a person killed in the line of duty as a peace officer. Relatives must submit proof of relationship. 

Application for Peace Officer License Plates Form

To do this online:  Go to


Governor’s Star of Texas Award

Peace Officers injured in the line of duty can fill out and submit an online form using the link below:

Each September, the Public Safety Office has the honor of hosting the Star of Texas Awards. During this event, the Governor presents medals to honorees and family members of peace officers, firefighters, and emergency first responders who are killed or suffer serious injury in the line of duty. Since the awards began in 2003, 474 brave Texans have been honored.

Nominations for Star of Texas Awards

The Star of Texas Awards honor all Texas peace officers, firefighters, and emergency medical first responders who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty. The award also honors federal law enforcement officers or special agents acting in assistance to state or local law enforcement, firefighters, and emergency medical first responders and are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty on or after September 1st, 2003.

To be eligible for consideration, the critical incident must have occurred between September 1st, 2003 and June 15th of the year of the awards ceremony.


Texas Department of Public Safety

TXDPS does have a fund that assists their personnel.  Also, because this involved intoxication the trooper will have crime victim compensation which will help with the needs of the family and DPS assigns a counselor to help with paperwork and any other needs they might have.


Rep. Burrows files bill to protect first responders from illegal denials of workers’ compensation insurance claims


Office of Injured Employee Counsel Appoints a First Responders Liaison to Assist With Workers’ Compensation Claims


First-Responder Liaison Looking to Make Presentations to Agencies


A 3-Step Plan For A Cop To Come Back From An Injury

About the author: Warren Wilson is a lieutenant with the Enid Police Department in Oklahoma. He is a former SWAT team leader, current firearms instructor and writer. He has been a full-time law enforcement officer since 1996.



COPLINE is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving law enforcement officers and their families by providing 24/7 trained peer support for crisis intervention along with referrals to specifically skilled mental health professionals for follow up and continued assistance. COPLINE offers a CONFIDENTIAL 24-hour hotline answered by retired law enforcement officers who have access to continuous critical clinical support in order to help callers through the initial crisis as well as provide ongoing assistance with the successful management of various psychosocial stressors that impact a significant number of law enforcement officers and families throughout the U.S..


Stay The Course Veteran Services

Stay The Course (STC) is a program that serves Veterans, First Responders, and families who have sacrificed for our country. We provide guidance, wellness, and healing from invisible wounds through evidence-based therapies for individuals, couples, and families at little or no cost.
Counselors and staff are competent in the military and first responder cultures, therefore providing a meaningful connection for families. The uniqueness of this program lies in the use of personalized, integrated therapies with the Veterans or First Responders AND their families in order to help them interconnect as a family unit.

855 Texas Street, Suite 105 – Fort Worth, TX 76102 – (682) 990-6242

13625 Neutron Road  – Dallas, TX 75244 – (214) 462-7229

Stay The Course


Are you overwhelmed and feel like no one cares? You are not alone. There is help. Call the LIFELINE at 1-800-273-8255, a 24-hour, confidential suicide prevention hotline.