The life expectancy of a police officer is 20 years less than his or her civilian counterpart.
The average age of a law enforcement officer who has suffered a heart attack is 49 years, compared to 67 years of age for the general population.
LEOs are 25 times more likely to suffer death and disability from heart disease than from a violent action of a suspect.
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