National Blue Alert System

Founded May 2008

We are Now in 25 States

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Operate, maintain & improve the National Blue Alert System that enables communication between law enforcement, transportation & news/social/wireless medias.

Work to bring support to the families of fallen officers. The unexpected loss of life & loss of everyday function puts a strain on these families. 

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Sanford Police Department K9's Edo and Aramis have something to be happy about. (New Vests)

The Sanford Police Department K9's Edo and Aramis have been awarded two ballistic Vests, donated by Tom Berry of the Blue Alert Foundation, who donated the Vests through an online t-shirt fundraiser. The fundraiser paid tribute to the 20 law enforcement dogs that lost their lives in the line of duty in 2014. The vest is embroidered with, “This vest is donated by the Blue Alert Foundation.”

The Bunnell Police Department's K9 Jackie, has been awarded a ballistic vest, donated by Tom Berry of the Blue Alert Foundation, who donated the Vest through an online t-shirt fundraiser. The fundraiser paid tribute to the 20 law enforcement dogs that lost their lives in the line of duty in 2014. The vest is embroidered with, “This vest is donated by the Blue Alert Foundation.”

Obama signs 'Blue Alert' law to protect police

UPDATE: May 19, 2015  WASHINGTON —  President Obama  has signed into law a measure that will require instant nationwide "Blue Alerts" to warn about threats to police officers and help track down the suspects who carry them out. 

Obama called the bill "the best of a bipartisan support for law enforcement." It was so uncontroversial that it passed both the House and the Senate by voice vote.

The Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu National Blue Alert Act will assist the National Blue Alert system to apprehend violent criminals who have injured or killed police officers or who have made an imminent or credible threat to cause serious injury or death of a law enforcement officer.  This bill is named in honor of two New York City Police Detectives, and NAPO members, who were assassinated while sitting in their police patrol car in December 2014.  Their killer posted threats to law enforcement on social media before the attack.  Implementing a nationwide Blue Alert system will help to ensure that information on credible threats, like those posted by the individual who killed Detectives Ramos and Liu, is widely disseminated so that officers have advanced warning, and can apprehend the criminal before he or she can do more harm.  

Tom Berry, the Founder & Director welcomes and thanks the President for Signing such an important piece of Legislation to Protect our 930K Plus Law Enforcement Officers in the United States.


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Friday, 26 December 2014

On July 31, 2014, Gov. Jan Brewer Signed into law, House Bill 2323, which will establishes a Blue Alert notification system designed to issue and coordinate alerts following an attack on a law-enforcement officer.

The system, an effort among state officials, broadcasters and others, will disseminate information statewide about suspected offenders — including detailed descriptions of the offenders, their vehicles and license-plate information. The system would be activated if, among other things, an officer has been killed or seriously injured and investigators determine the offender poses a threat to the public or other law enforcement.

The Blue Alert system has been adopted in 19 states and is being considered in seven others.

Tom Berry, the Founder of the National Blue Alert System welcomes the Great State of Arizona to the Blue Alert Family and was at the Signing Ceremony with Governor Jan Brewer and other Officials for the Signing of the Bill into Law. National Blue Alert will help families  of any Arizona Officer Killed in the line of duty. With Arizona, this makes 20 States that have the Blue Alert System. Kansas is the 21st State to have the Blue Alert in their State.

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The Blue Alert Law is now in 25 States. See if your State has the Blue Alert Law by clicking the About Us tab above. If your State does not have it, Call your State Reps., and tell them you want the Blue Alert Law in your State.

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871 Venetia Bay Blvd
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