Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance

Welcome to BAlEAF

 BALEAF is a nonprofit charity with a single mission - to assist Bay Area law enforcement officers and their families who have experienced a member killed in the line of duty, suffered a serious injury or illness, or similar catastrophic event.  We are  a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. 100% of your donation is awarded directly to the officers and their families.  100% of the administrative expenses are covered personally by the Board. Guaranteed!  Donate to BALEAF today!

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  • 19 Mar 2022 11:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There are now officers and families of 67 Bay Area Law Enforcement agencies and departments who benefited from BALEAF awards of over $2M. Use this link to view: BALEAF-Awards.pdf

  • 4 Feb 2022 9:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) provides training to America’s law enforcement agencies on how to appropriately respond to officers and their families affected by line-of-duty traumas through the “Traumas of Law Enforcement” trainings. At these trainings, instructors will present information that is important to America’s law enforcement agencies regarding appropriate response to line-of-duty death, disability, critical incidents, and police suicide.

    At the conclusion of this training, the participants will have information about:

    How an agency’s response to tragedy directly affects the level of distress of their officers and surviving family members.

    How an individual officer’s pre-planning may directly affect the public safety officer benefit their family may receive in the event of their line-of-duty death.

    How an officer can successfully navigate the cumulative stress caused by experiencing critical incidents throughout a law enforcement career and how their agency can assist with this.

    The warning signs and symptoms of police suicide.

    All of the participants in this training will be provided information about the available federal public safety officer benefits and their individual state benefits.

    Some of the same issues that affect survivors come into play for officers with disabilities and those coping with trauma. Recognizing the importance of helping agencies provide appropriate support for survivors and injured or traumatized officers, C.O.P.S. provides this training free of charge. HOWEVER, PRE-REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY and participants are responsible for their own travel costs.

    Download PDF Brochure 2022-COPS-TraumaofLawEnforcement.pdf

    Register at

  • 7 Jan 2022 5:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce that as the end of 2021, BALEAF provided financial assistance in the amount of $2,042,975.40 to 66 agencies/department employees in the Bay Area law enforcement family.

    Please help us keep this going in 2022 so we can assist even more Bay Area Law Enforcement officers and their families.

  • 8 Dec 2021 9:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    BALEAF is assisting several Bay Area Law Enforcement Officers and their families this holiday season. Please be part of our effort and donate generously.

  • 17 Nov 2021 3:27 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please share with your colleagues and family. Donate to BALEAF during #givingtuesday.

  • 9 Nov 2021 5:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

  • 22 Oct 2021 2:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Celebrate Local Heroes Night, presented by PG&E! Warriors vs Hornets.  A part of the ticket sales benefit BALEAF.  Details at Events!

  • 21 Oct 2021 8:26 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Peggy York, LAPD’s first female deputy chief, dies at age 80

    During her tenure, York worked a variety of assignments as an investigator — most notably as one-half of an all-female homicide investigation team which inspired the 1980s television show "Cagney and Lacey"

    The Los Angeles Police Women Police Officers and Associates President Commander Ruby Flores issued a statement about the inspirational example York set for countless women in the LAPD.

    “(York) was not afraid to challenge conventional roles for women … The law enforcement community is poorer without her intellect, her wisdom and her generosity,” Flores said. “We lost a titan of a woman, but her legacy and contribution towards the advancement of women on the LAPD will live on.”

    Articles online:


  • 29 Jul 2021 3:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    In July 2021, BALEAF recorded its $2 Million Dollar assistance provided to officers and families of 65 departments and agencies in Bay Area law enforcement! 

  • 28 Jul 2021 11:53 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    BALEAF 2021 Marilyn Rosekind Memorial Scholarship Recipients

    This year's BALEAF Scholarship Program has concluded and we congratulate the recipients!  

    Our recipients, along with the agencies that their relatives work for, and the colleges they plan to attend, are:

    Daniella Cunningham – Walnut Creek Police Department, attending Boise State University

    Sara Swing – Pleasanton Police Department, attending Point Loma Nazarene University

    Angel Mau - Hayward Police Department, attending University of California-Berkeley

    Patryce Siu - San Francisco Sheriff’s Office, attending Solano Community College

    Gabby Gonzalez – Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office, attending Pima Medical Institute

    Congratulations to all of this year’s inaugural 2021 Marilyn Rosekind Memorial Scholarship recipients.  We wish you much luck as you continue your education!

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Fabian Brown, President

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T: 415-837-0875
F: 415-392-6273

Address: BALEAF              
Bay Area Law Enforcement Assistance Fund
P.O. Box 31764
San Francisco, CA 94131-0764

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