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First Responders, Line of Duty Project

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This page is currently transitioning to a SubProject of the Global Project. If you are interested in joining, please visit us as a the new location, Project:First Responders.

The Line of Duty project's mission is to honor the lives, and highlight the profiles, of First Responders worldwide who have given the ultimate sacrifice - laying down their life during the service of their communities. For more information, see Wikipedia: EOW (End of Watch) Call

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How to Join

The Line of Duty Project currently has no leaders. WIll you join us and contribute your talents?

Right now this project just has one member, me. I am Mary G.

Will you join me? Please post a comment here on this page, in G2G using the project tag, or send me a private message. Thanks!

Goals

The goals of this project are to:

  1. Identify any First Responders who have died in the Line of Duty;
    • Where duplicate profiles exist, merge the profiles into the lowest possible number,
    • Where profiles do not yet exist, add profiles to WikiTree, adhering to the Styles and Standards.
  2. Attach Categories, Templates and/or Stickers to the profiles where applicable;
  3. Document a clean and well-written biography, including sources; and
  4. Attach profiles to the main WikiTree family tree (see the Connectors Project for more information or assistance).

The list of First Responders currently recognized by this project include:

  • EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) - This includes all emergency clinicians that are trained to respond to emergency situations, such as Emergency Medical Responders, Primary Care Paramedics, Advanced Care Paramedics or Critical Care Paramedics.[1]
  • Firefighters - This includes both professional and Volunteer positions.[2]
  • Paramedics - See also: EMT[3]
  • Law Enforcement Officers (Police Officer, Peace Officer) - This includes all jobs where the primary duty is the enforcement of laws. Terms may vary from country to country.
  • Rescuers - This includes all jobs where the primary duty involves rescuing someone from harm or danger. These types of jobs often consist of highly trained individuals who are trained in specialty areas, such as technical rescue, diving, or extrication.[4]

To Do List

Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.

  • Names of the Fallen while on Duty.
  • States and Country

2019 Line of Duty Deaths in the United States per the Officer Down Memorial Page.






Templates

The Line of Duty project currently has no project boxes, or stickers!

Resources

Resources go here... (Wikipedia articles, website that list Line of Duty related deaths, etc.)

Categories

Existing Categories not created by project - retrieved by Harris-5439 08:47, 10 April 2018 (EDT) - WikiTree+ Search: Line of Duty

Parent Category Category SubCategory ParCat SubCat Profiles Pages LinkFrom
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Arizona_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 2 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Florida_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 1 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Illinois_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 1 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Indiana_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 1 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Louisiana_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 13 0 0
Police_Officers
  Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 2 (+7) 11 (+0) 0 (+0) 0 (+0)
  Queensland_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
Queensland_Police_Force
Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Queensland_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 2 0 0 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
Tennessee_Law_Enforcement
  Tennessee_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 2 0 1 0 0
United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Texas_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 0 1 0 0
Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  United_States_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty 1 7 (+0) 0 (+20) 0 (+0) 0 (+0)
  Arizona_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Florida_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Illinois_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Indiana_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Louisiana_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Tennessee_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty
  Texas_Police_Officers_Killed_in_the_Line_of_Duty

See: Category: United States of America, Firefighters Killed in the Line of Duty

Project Sub-Pages

Table of Interments

Sortable table
# Last Name First/Middle Names/Initials Born Died Age Notes Photo Date Photo (click for larger)
1Carper-525Kevin Earl 11/19/196702/27/2007392018




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THIS is a great page! Love this addition to WikiTree! I will search my trees to add those that are applicable to this Project.
posted by Sandy (Craig) Patak
Hi Mary, Abby Glann mentioned that you are working on this project. Thank you so much. It could fit nicely as a sub-project under the Worldwide Disasters project, if you thought that would be good. Worldwide Disasters Project. If so, we'd be delighted to have you involved!
posted by Gillian Thomas