American Police Hall of Fame and Museum: Several organizations rolled into one, including support groups, management groups, and financial programs, college tuition for children of officers. There are programs for everyone who wears blue, green or tan, and their loved ones. Including a tourist attraction, the museum.
Federal Law Enforcement Association: Among other interests, FLEOA, is a nonprofit organization that offers financial support to the families of injured federal officers, and offers a scholarship for young men and women who seek law enforcement or related careers, and contribute to charitable organizations.
Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund: The Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund is a nonprofit organization providing assistance to law enforcement officers who are required to defend their official actions in court. LELDF provides assistance without regard to race, color, creed, religion or ethnic background.
National Association of Police Organizations: NAPO serves to improve the working conditions through legislative issues, awareness, and modification of the rights of law enforcement personnel. It is also an extensive source of information ranging from proposed federal and state legislation, to retirement topics.
National Institute of Ethics: This is a training provider, that deals with ethics issues on a continuing basis, and offers programs at various locations. Never a bad idea to keep current on ethical issues in either law enforcement or corrections.
National Institute of Justice: Research and development branch of the U.S. Department of Justice. Information on programs, areas of concerns, whitepapers, software, funding, and related federal government support.