Urgent: We Need Your Help! Two Huntsville Alabama Police Officers Shot 

Two Huntsville, Alabama Police Officers were ambushed and shot while assigned to a family disturbance call on Tuesday, March 28, 2023. They were shot while trying to help an injured woman at the scene. One of the officers died at the Huntsville Hospital while the other officer was being operated on. The female who had initially made the call was also hospitalized. The National Center for Police Defense (NCPD) is working to help police officers and their families that have fallen to the new variant of law enforcement “ambush.” Unfortunately, more and more ambushes occur every year, killing police officers that want to protect and serve.

For this reason, NCPD has developed a new project called “Back The Badge 911” (BTB911), which will immediately help the families of officers that are down, wounded, or killed in the line of duty. No waiting, “Back the Badge 911” is the immediate response division of NCPD. As soon as details are learned about the officer down, BTB911 is there to help. 

Today, police officers are immediate targets upon leaving their houses. The new progressive District Attorneys have opened the door for those who steal and murder. The justice system no longer has a revolving door – it doesn’t have doors. You walk in one and walk out. 

Please help “Back the Badge 911” support the family of the Huntsville, Alabama police officer that was immediately killed during the Ambush, and the other officer that is still in critical condition!

“Back The Badge 911” is an immediate and personal way to help those who work every day to help you.

Donate Here: https://www.givesendgo.com/HuntsvilleAlabama

The National Center for Police Defense, Inc. (NCPD) is a 501©3 non-profit organization, which also encompasses the National Center for Police & Military Defense (NCP&MD), a DBA of NCPD. All contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law and are made with the understanding that NCPD has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds. If we receive more than we need for any law enforcement officer’s case, the remaining funds will be used to assist other officers and to help further other programs. Upon your written request to our national office (10560 Judicial Drive, Ste 200 Fairfax, VA 22030), we will be pleased to send you a copy of our most recent audited financial statement.