More PSOBs Awarded, Others Pending

April 2008
Fire Chief;Apr2008, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p12
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The article reports that 111 families receive the Public Safety Officers' Benefit from the Department of Justice (DOJ) in the U.S. Evidently, The reward has been given to families of public safety officers who dies in the line of duty from heart attack based from the Hometown Heroes Survivors' Benefits Act. The awarding has been made possible due to the encouragement from the National Volunteer Fire Council and other fire services organization.


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