Supporting the Officers Who Serve and Protect Dallas

Law enforcement officers serve and protect our communities. They face tremendous work-related challenges daily, often risking their lives to ensure our safety. When an officer is injured, a setback can bring financial ruin – especially if the officer is the sole provider for a family. During recovery, the last thing an officer should have to worry about is how he or she will make ends meet.

There are hundreds of officers and their families that need your assistance. The Assist the Officer Foundation is here to help. Please read the stories featured, and learn how you can help make a difference for a fallen officer. You will quickly discover that the men and women who serve you are very much like you…and need you, just as much as you need them.

Thank you for your support!


Benefiting Families of Dallas Police Officers. White Rock 5K race starts 8am Winfrey Point White Rock Lake. Race day registration opens at 5:00am. ...
ASIS will host the North Texas Chapter's 50th Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Night (LEAN) at Eddie Dean's Ranch in downtown Dallas. Individual...


Two-year-old Sawyer Jones hospital room has become his home. He's been at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas since Aug. 21 and can't leave unless he gets a new heart. The family's journey began when Shellie and her husband, Dallas Police Officer Patrick Jones, decided to adopt...
For Jo-Ann Jackson, the loss is still palpable. On Nov. 13, 2005, her husband, Officer Brian Jackson, paid the ultimate price when he was fatally shot in a gun battle in Old East Dallas. He was 28.... more