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USDSA is Dedicated to the Support of Law Enforcement Across the United States

The United States Deputy Sheriff’s Association (USDSA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the support of law enforcement, their families, and their communities through equipment donations, a highly acclaimed national training program, End of Watch donations, and citizen awareness programs.

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What We Do

Law Enforcement Officer Survival Training Classes

USDSA offers a highly acclaimed national training program presented FREE of charge to officers across the United States. USDSA’s nationally acclaimed training staff introduces and reinforces tactics and concepts which are easily learned and maintained and give officers the flexibility to deal with the countless challenging situations they encounter daily.

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Equipment Donations to Underfunded Law Enforcement Agencies

USDSA donates much-needed safety equipment to smaller, underfunded law enforcement entities at no charge to the department, including ballistic equipment (body armor, helmets, shields), preliminary breath testers (PBTs), drug identification kits, emergency belt trauma kits, tactical flashlights, spike strips, and other safety equipment for the protection of law enforcement and the communities they serve.

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End of Watch Donations

USDSA provides a cash donation to the primary beneficiary or memorial fund of any law enforcement officer in the United States who perishes in the line of duty.

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Citizen Awareness Program to Encourage & Honor Law Enforcement

USDSA sends thank you cards we receive from citizens to agencies across the U.S., fulfilling our mission to encourage the general public to support, honor, and recognize law enforcement for their sacrifices.

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