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*2011 Statistics of Fallen Officers

 

This is a compilation of statistics based on fallen officers posted on copadorer.com. It is my way of showing you in simplest form the statistics of officers that died in 2011 and were posted on my site. Everyone should find it informative. Feel free to share it with your affiliated agencies and departments. God Bless all of our fallen officers and in our hearts they will remain.

 

CAUSE OF DEATH

 

Shootings – 70 total

 

11 officers killed on domestic violence calls

8 officers killed in gang related or executed attacks

12 officers were killed on the roadside while working accidents or issuing tickets
3 officers were shot at traffic stops

12 officers were killed in robberies
10 officers were killed while serving a warrant

3 officer was accidentally shot by a fellow officer

2 officers were killed with their own gun

 

Motor Vehicles – 67 total

 

13 officers struck a tree or a pole
12 officers died being struck by a vehicle while standing on the side of the road

4 officers were killed on motorcycles

 

Heart Attack – 6 total officers died of heart attacks

 

Other Causes of Death:

 

1 attacked

1 airplane crash

4 drowning

3 stabbed

1 bacterial infection

1 lightening

1 strangled

1 smoke inhalation

1 struck in head by cow

 

STATES WITH MOST LOSSES

 

New York: 14

Texas: 14

Florida: 13

California: 11

 

No deaths listed for: Alaska, Connecticut, Idaho, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Utah and Vermont.

 

Total of fallen officers on copadorer.com: 179

Total of fallen officers in U.S.A in 2010: 164

 

(www.copadorer.com lists officers who also die off the line of duty, therefore these figures will never compliment each other and can only be used in comparisons.)

 

LENGTH OF TIME ON THE JOB

 

4 years on average – 13 officers died in their seventh year of duty.

Shortest time on job – 1 month

Longest time on job – 40 years, Sheriff in Georgia

2 officers died with less than a year on the job

1 to 5 years on the job – 44 officers

6 to 10 years on the job – 39 officers

11 to 15 years on the job – 18 officers

16 to 20 years on the job – 19 officers

21 to 25 years on the job – 24 officers (3 times higher than 2010)

26 to 30 years on the job – 6 officers
31 years plus on the job - 2 officers

 

AGES OF FALLEN OFFICERS

 

Average Age: 27 years old (down 4 years from 31 years old in 2010)

Youngest: 21

Oldest: 81
Age 18 to 22: 1 officer

Under age 25: 8 officers

Age 26 to 30: 30 officers

Age 31 to 35: 19 officers (down double from 29 in 2010)

Age 36 to 40: 27 officers

Age 41 to 45: 24 officers

Age 46 to 50: 23 officers

Age 51 to 60: 21 officers (up double from 11 in 2010)

Age 61 to 70: 5 officers

Over age 70: 1 officer

 

GENDER OF LOST OFFICERS

 

Female: 6

Male: 173

 

8 officers were engaged to be married

86 officers were acknowledged as being married

8 officers had family members in law enforcement

 

CHILDREN OF LOST OFFICERS

 

227 total children lost parents

2 wives were expecting

34 children known to be daughters

41 children known to be sons

31 grandchildren lost grandparents

5 great grandchildren lost great grandparents

 

RANKINGS OF LOST OFFICERS

 

Police Officer – 69                             Corrections Officer – 10 (quadrupled from 3 in 2010)

Deputy Sheriff – 30                            Border Control – 5

Captain – 4                                       DOJ/Special Agent – 2

Chief – 3                                           

Sheriff - 3                                         

Sergeant – 12

Corporal – 3

Detective – 9

Trooper – 8

 

NOTES OF INTEREST

 

Two officers died while riding motorcycles in funeral processions. 

 

One officer died 2 months to the day of his time on the job.

 

A Florida Deputy gave a baby CPR and died from a bacterial infection.

 

A Georgia Sheriff was killed when his car collided with his grandsons car. His grandson was also with the agency.

 

A Illinois Police Officer was stabbed and killed by her grandson when she caught him play hookie from school.


*The stats above are not a scientific study and should not be used in association with any reports or documentation for law enforcement or educational purposes. They are simply stats based on information www.copadorer.com received on behalf of the fallen officers and requests for their memorial postings.