Bell, Saline County, 1952 -
Suffered a heart attack during a courtroom scuffle with a murder defendant.
Labette County, 1950 - Crashed returning from a call.
Elmer Davis, Dickinson County, 1949 - Shot alongside his brother, Undersheriff Milton Davis, at the farmhouse of
a "berserk" man who also shot three others.
Earl Kerns, Stevens County, 1949 - Hit in the chest while making an arrest for public drunkenness.
Elk County, 1933 - Shot on his last night on duty.
Govan Mills, Hamilton County, 1927 - Shot in a scuffle with a suspect.
Thomas County, 1925 - Shot at a roadblock by two men suspecte d of killing a Nebraska police officer.
Kearny County, 1920 - Shot in the back by a suspect while stooped over to crank-start his patrol car.
Frank Blizzard, Elk County, 1920 - Car exploded when it ran over a small
quantity of nitroglycerin.
Morton County, 1916 - After being attacked at a Rolla home and ordered off the property at gunpoint, returned with
a warrant and was shot.
Lyon County, 1916 - Shot while detaining two robbery suspects .
E.L. McCracken, Barber County, 1908 - Shot through an outhouse door while trying to talk a man into surrendering.
A.O. Welfelt, Cowley County, 1907 - Shot himself while drawing his gun on a murder suspect in Oklahoma Territory.
Washington County, 1899 - Shot with his own revolver during a struggle.
Riley County, 1897 - Shot after trying to serve a warrant to a Leonardville cafe owner.
Seward County, 1892 - Ambushed when mistaken for a judge he was trying to protect.
Stevens County, 1888 - Shot alongside four members of his posse while returning from the Cherokee Strip to serve
Cowley County, 1883 - Shot while arresting a man suspecte d of killing a Valley Falls marshal.
Ellis County, 1875 - Shot by horse thieves in Stockton; they weren't charged with theft because the horses belonged
to Native Americans.
Ellsworth County, 1873 - Shot by a buffalo hunter while trying to break up a fight over cards.
Peter "Rattlesnake Pete" Lanihan, Ellis County, 1871 - Former deputy of Wild Bill Hickok shot while breaking up a bar fight.
H. Casebolt, Chautauqua County,
1926 - Deputy Sheriff shot down while pursuing burglars of Wauneta store.
Elk County, 1933 - Night Marhsall killed; Found lying in street at Longton.