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Since our founding in 1984 when Officer James Johnson, East Lansing Police Department, was killed in the line of duty, other Police Officers and Firefighters from Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton Counties have given their lives for us.  We will be forever grateful for the sacrifice they and their families have made.

Each member of the Hundred Club of Greater Lansing contributes annual dues of one hundred dollars.  This money is used to provide immediate assistance to the families of police officers and firefighters who died in the line of duty within Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties.  We provide long-term support to surviving families.

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The Hundred Club is accepting nominations for our Heroism Awards and Professional Excellence Awards.  Nominations may be made for exceptional achievement in any police or firefighting endeavor; including,but not limited to, extraordinary valor, crime prevention, investigative activity, community relations, juvenile programs, drug prevention and control, training programs, traffic safety and innovative approaches to police service or firefighting service. Nominees should be someone who represents your department/agency with honor and extols the highest standards of law enforcement or firefighting service.  Any law enforcement officer or firefighter in Ingham, Eaton or Clinton counties, regardless of rank, may submit nominations within their profession.

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Heroism & Professional Excellence Awards

The Hundred Club is accepting nominations for our 2023 Heroism Awards and Professional Excellence Awards.

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