End-of-Watch Donations from USDSA

As of January 1, 2018, The United States Deputy Sheriff’s Association (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.

Taylor County Sheriff's Department, Florida

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Deputy Scott Williams who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 10-31-16.

Rusk County Sheriff's Department, Wisconsin

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Deputy Dan Glaze who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 10-29-16.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, California

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Sgt. Al Lopez who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 10-24-16.

Modoc County Sheriff's Department, California

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the memorial of Deputy Jack Hopkins who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 10-19-16.

Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, California

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Sgt. Steve Owen who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 10-5-16.

Gregg County Sheriff's Department, Texas

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Deputy Robert Ransom who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 9-30-16.

Forsyth County Sheriff's Department, North Carolina

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Deputy John Isenhour who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 9-28-16.

Ulster County Sheriff's Department, New York

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Sgt. Kerry Winters who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 9-22-16.

Cook County Sheriff's Department, Illinois

The USDSA sent a benefit check to the family of Patrol Officer Jason Gallero who perished in the line of duty, end of watch 9-15-16.