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Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor Webinar Presentation, July 2019

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Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor Webinar Transcript, July 2019

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I understand that VALOR is an existing program. Where can I learn more about the current VALOR program? (FAQ)
You can learn more about the current VALOR Initiative by visiting www.valorforblue.org and www.nleomf.org/programs/destination-zero.

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Where can I learn about the current VALOR TTA program? (FAQ)
You can visit www.valorforblue.org to learn more about the current TTA program.

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Where can I learn about the current officer safety and wellness recognition program under VALOR? (FAQ)
You can visit www.nleomf.org/programs/destination-zero/ to learn more about the current program under VALOR.

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Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor (MOV) (BJA Program) Add to Favorite
The highest national award for valor by a public safety officer, MOV is awarded annually by the President to public safety officers who have exhibited exceptional courage, regardless of personal safety, in the attempt to save or protect human life.

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VALOR Initiative: Preventing Violence Against Law Enforcement Officers and Ensuring Officer Resilience and Survivability (BJA Program) Add to Favorite
VALOR is designed to prevent violence against law enforcement officers and ensure officer resilience and survivability following violent encounters during the course of their duties.

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What type of information is needed in order to complete the application for the Medal of Valor? (FAQ)
Information about the different sections of and information required for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor application is available in the following resource: Template for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor Application.

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Template for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor (MOV) Application.

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Vice President Biden and Attorney General Holder Honor 18 Public Safety Officers with Medal of Valor (DOJ Press Release, 02/20/2013)

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FY 2013 National Initiatives: Officer Safety and Wellness Initiative—VALOR solicitation

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Law Enforcement Officer Safety Awareness flyer (VALOR/BJA, September 2014)

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What is the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor? (FAQ)
The Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor is the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer. The Medal is awarded by the President of the United States to public safety officers who are cited by the United States Attorney General and ...

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When is this year's Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor nomination form due? (FAQ)
The Medal of Valor online nomination system will typically open each year on May 31st at 8:00 a.m. (ET) and close each year on July 31st at 8:00 p.m. (ET). The opening date may vary due to the 31st falling on a weekend. See the Medal of Valor site to...

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Can more than one person, or a team, be nominated for the Medal of Valor? (FAQ)
Yes, recommending officials may nominate more than one public safety officer for the Medal of Valor. However, please note that a separate nomination form must be submitted for each individual nominee. Because the Medal of Valor is awarded for a singl...

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Must every section of the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor nomination form be completed? (FAQ)
Yes, please complete every section of the nomination form. The Board requires this information and may reject a nomination form that is incomplete. Recommending officials should also keep the following points in mind when preparing the nomination: T...

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Will the Medal of Valor Review Board accept posthumous nominations? (FAQ)
Yes, the Board will accept posthumous nominations and may award a medal posthumously. Recommending officials should make clear to the Board that the nomination is for posthumous award and describe whether the public safety officer's death occurred in...

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How can I keep informed about the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor nomination process and the award ceremony? (FAQ)
The National Medal of Valor Office will update its web site, as information becomes available or, you may e-mail the Medal of Valor office at medalofvalor@usdoj.gov. See the Medal of Valor site for additional information.

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Where can I find definitions for terms such as "public safety officer" and "act of valor" as they relate to the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor? (FAQ)
The Medal of Valor site provides definitions of these and other terms.

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Where can I find out information about past Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor awardees? (FAQ)
Information about the Medal of Valor awardees is accessible on the awardees page.

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How can additional information on the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor nominee and/or incident be provided? (FAQ)
Please submit any supplemental documents to:National Medal of Valor OfficeAttn: Gregory Joy810 7th Street, NWWashington, DC 20531Supplemental documents are not required, but if received in a timely manner, will be made available to the Review Board. ...

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Can a Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor application be submitted for an act of valor that is outside the currently published nomination period? (FAQ)
Each year, the National Medal of Valor Office will open its online application system to accept applications for acts of valor that took place between June 1st of the prior year through May 31st of the current year. Applications cannot be considered ...

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