Professional Liability Insurance and Eagle
The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act (LEOSA) of 2004 and the LEOSA Improvements Act of 2010 allow you to protect yourself, your family, and others from criminals and terrorists; however, they do not protect you from potential civil and criminal liability exposure.

FEDS worked with attorneys whose expertise and years of experience in LEOSA-related casework helped us craft a plan tailor-made for former federal law enforcement officers.  We added CCW protection to the LEOSA/ hr 218 insurance policy to give you a layer of protection against state criminal charges for unlawful possession of a loaded firearm.  Though the majority of officers are released of all charges in these cases, they are still responsible for defense costs.  

Coverage

The FEDS LEOSA/CCW Personal Liability Insurance policy pays for legal defense and indemnification for civil suits resulting from a lawful act under LEOSA.  The policy also provides criminal defense costs resulting from a criminal action involving a self-defense related incident and criminal defense against state charges of unlawful carriage of a firearm or federally legal ammunition when lawfully carrying under LEOSA or CCW.  FEDS offers:
  • Options of $100,000 and $250,000 limits of civil liability coverage for bodily injury or property damage caused by a lawful act under the LEOSA or CCW laws or an act of self-defense, including the defense of spouse and legal dependents.  
  • $50,000 for criminal defense costs resulting from an alleged criminal action involving a self-defense (or spouse/legal dependent defense) related incident.  
  • $25,000 for criminal defense against state charges of unlawful carriage of a firearm or federally legal ammunition when lawfully carrying under LEOSA or a CCW.  
Limits of Liability & Annual Premium

$250,000/$50,000/$25,000 for $400 + SL tax
$100,000/$50,000/$25,000 for $300 + SL tax

Questions? Need Help? Please call us at (866) 955-FEDS or contact us online. If you prefer, you can mail in an enrollment form with your payment. For more information, please refer to the FEDS Master Insurance Policy.


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