It’s the kind of heroism they make movies about.

Two years ago, Columbus police Officer Keith Kise jumped into a raging gun battle, helped to kill a gang leader, and saved a little boy.

On Friday, Ohio’s U.S. Senate delegation recognized that courage with the Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery.

Standing in front of 10 monuments to fallen heroes at the Columbus Police Academy, Sen. Sherrod Brown, a Democrat, said that normal folks run from danger.