FEDS Protection is Now Available to Federal Task Force Officers

FEDS Protection now provides its professional liability insurance to Federal Task Force Officers. We appreciate the dangerous work and sacrifices these officers make alongside their federal counterparts and recognize that TFOs are vulnerable to the very same allegations and lawsuits that face Federal Law Enforcement Officers. These lawsuits, commonly referred to as Bivens actions against federal employees (and 1983 actions against state and local LEOs) usually involve an alleged violation under the Fourth Amendment claiming an unlawful search or seizure or some other constitutional tort (i.e., 1st, 5th or 8th Amendment violations) arising out of an enforcement action.

In our litigious society, liability insurance often becomes necessary when there is a major enforcement event, operational incident, or one that results (or is alleged to result) in safety concerns, public alarm, injury, death, oversight or a security vulnerability or breach. Unfortunately, politicians, the media, special interest groups and investigators often start looking for anything that might make a case or a headline. Without proper protection in place, it is cost prohibitive to defend against a decision, action or inaction  – even if ultimately vindicated.

The good news is Federal Task Force Officers are now eligible for the very same protection at the very same price as Federal Law Enforcement Officers.

FEDS Protection is Affordable:

$1,000,000 Policy: $290 Annually

$2,000,000 Policy: $390 Annually

Premium subject to taxes/fees

For additional information or to make information available to your Federal Task Force Officers, please contact us at 866.955.FEDS or email feds@fedsprotection.com

Federal Task Force Officers can now enroll online in 5 minutes - visit us at www.fedsprotection.com.

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