Sponsor a First Aid Kit for your local Law Enforcement Officer


Now more than ever being a Cop is dangerous!

Every year in the United States approximately 50,000 Law Enforcement Officers are the victims of line-of-duty assaults. Together we can Protect and Save those that have sworn ‘To Protect and To Serve’.

Law Enforcement Officers are often the first to respond to an accident. Carrying the right equipment is vital to their ability to save injured citizens or themselves. If Officers do carry a First Aid Kit they are typically outdated. With your help, we can provide those who have sworn ‘To Protect and To Serve’ with the medical supplies needed to save lives.

How It Works

Law Enforcement Officers near you have already selected the First Aid Kit they need and are waiting for your help to get them these life saving tools.

Pick Your Officer

Direct the donation by state, department, or specific Officer.

Sponsor A Kit

Every little bit helps, sponsor a whole Kit or just part of a Kit.

See Your Impact

Receive a video or written response from the Officer(s) you sponsor.

You can protect these brave men and women by sponsoring a first aid kit for an officer in your area.

Check out these First Aid Kit options

The Shield

First Aid Kit

+ Ideal for a single Officer.

The Patrol

First Aid Kit

+Capable of supporting multiple Officers.
Kits For Cops is a collaboration between American citizens, Non-Profit Organizations, Businesses, and Law Enforcement in order to provide First Aid Kits to the Heroes in our community that keep us, our children, and our property safe.
In an emergency, seconds count. That’s why I hope you’ll join me in supporting the Fraternal Order of Police and MyMedic, in the effort to put First Aid Kits in every police car in Utah. The Kits are essential tools for First-Responders. Past experience has made it clear: These Kits make a difference in those crucial moments after a serious incident. This First Aid Kit could make a difference for you, or one of your loved ones.
– Mia Love, U.S. Congress, Utah 4th District