Thin Blue Line of Michigan

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Wrist Band - $3.00

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Black wrist band with a thin blue silk screened line that shows your support of law enforcement.

Insignia License Plate - $6.00

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Vinyl License Plate with Insignia only. Durable and easy to clean.

Magnetic Ribbon - $5.00

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Thin Blue Line Magnetic Ribbon for car, camper, filing cabinets, and lockers! Magnetic Ribbon is of good quality vinyl, durable and washable for long use.

Coffee Mug - $15.00

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16 oz. coffee mug. White with navy and red logo.

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Your donation will assist in the provision of legal, benefit and financial services to the 20,000 law enforcement officers within the State of Michigan who have been catastrophically injured on duty or to the families of officers killed in the line of duty.

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The Thin Blue Line of Michigan is a non profit organization, which exists to provide assistance in the areas of financial, legal, benefit recovery, counseling, funeral stipends, college stipends, medical costs, medical equipment and other areas of hardship to the families of injured, personal illness, disabled or deceased members of the law enforcement community in addition to Firefighters, Dispatchers, Corrections, EMT, EMS and Administrative Clerks.

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What it means to be a member . . .

*Your membership makes you part of a large support network, assisting others and their families every day who are injured, disabled, suffering from personal or terminal illness or killed in the line of duty.

*You become eligible for the provision and assistance of services in the areas of financial assistance (up to $750 per month), legal review and assistance, counseling services, benefit review and recovery, funeral stipends, college stipends and coverage for other areas of hardship.

*Assistance with members’ personal illness and health care matters including illness and health care of a spouse and children.

*A $25,000 Death Benefit is provided for both on duty and off duty death

*Analysis of the members work and personal benefit coverages will be provided upon request at no cost to protect both the member and their family against insufficient coverage for life events.

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Deputy Jeff Goss, Lost but not Forgotten

On May 1, 1998, the life of Ionia County Deputy Sheriff Jeffrey Goss and his family was changed forever. Deputy Goss with back up was serving an arrest warrant on an individual who fled their attempts. When the pursuit ended, the suspect who was armed with an AK-47 Rifle fired on both patrol vehicles.

During the exchange of gun fire, Deputy Goss was shot in the right side of his head causing significant traumatic brain injury. Deputy Goss was transported to Grand Rapids for medical treatment and following several surgeries he remained in a coma for several months requiring long term care and hospitalization.
 
Following release from the hospital and still rehabilitating from his traumatic brain injury, Deputy Goss was requested to return to work in a light duty position just short of a year from the shooting. Still suffering with a diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury and not allowed sufficient time for the ‘fullest’ extent of his brain to recover from its injury, he complied. 

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