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“This group is founded by caring LEO’s who have experienced the same things officers across the country have. They have been there, done that. They have training and a huge heart, even bigger shoulders. Support is confidential and truly caring.”—Helen Griffiths Murray
“Just wanted to say a quick, but giant thank you to The Wounded Blue. I laterally transferred departments from a city PD to a county Sheriff’s office about 6 months ago. I was issued all the standard equipment: car, rifle, shotgun, vest, everything you’d think. City PD doesn’t give you all this stuff with a personal take home car. It was Christmas. The only thing I didn’t have was a plate carrier for active shooter/serious oh sh*t situations.
I made a post on social media asking friends and fellow LEO’s for recommendations. Within hours, The Wounded Blue reached out to me personally and I was able to get this necessary gear. Randy Sutton and Eddie Richardson are absolutely phenomenal and their #1 priority is LEO’s and their families. Thanks again.”—A Deputy in Iowa
“This message is in reference to the recent call out to Fort Bend County. I was close friends to the Officer who committed suicide last week. I was struggling and was wondering into a dark place during the aftermath. I felt helpless and did not like where my emotions were taking me. I was talked into sitting down with Eddie and Trevor. I was hesitant at first but quickly found comfort being around them. I walked away from that meeting feeling refreshed and heard. It was nice to know I was not alone in this and others are there willing to help. They were like my own personal Clearances, my guardian angles who came out of nowhere and saved me from falling into a dark place. I still have a long road to recovery but I was given a good foundation to work on.”—Anonymous
“I am forever grateful for the help and support that Randy Sutton and your organization provided to us regarding the suicide of a former deputy and, close friend of many at the S.O. and the community, Charlie Scott. Even though Charlie was now working at another agency, his death struck at the heart of our team as we had helped him recover from a near fatal shooting 9 years ago while he work at our agency. I especially want kudos to go to Eddie Richardson, Trevor Wilkins and Anna Carrizales. They got us through one of the most difficult critical incidents of our careers. Anna, especially as she knew Charlie well. Eddie and Amanda held me up when my knees were wanting to buckle at the funeral reception. Such love, caring and wisdom from them all.”—Anonymous
“Call them. They’re there to help and they’ve been where you are.”—Anonymous
“I needed more than the peer support to help myself. They (The Wounded Blue) were able to get me with a counselor to help…”—Anonymous
“…I was struggling horribly. You can’t imagine what a relief it was to talk to someone that knew where I was and wouldn’t judge me.”—Anonymous