Raffle proceeds and a portion of golfer fees go directly to charity . . . plus, we’ve got a shotgun shooting golf balls. It’s good to be alive!
The Cops Ride Ceremony begins at the Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial at 10:30 a.m. Registrations are available at participating Harley Davidson locations in NE Ohio.
Blue Line Unlimited donated a Core 15 AR-15 Scout for a raffle–all proceeds of which help the family of Sgt. Jones.
We invite you to register to run at the Officers Down 5K. This community day includes lunch, live music, K9 demo, family activities and more!
These Cleveland Browns players took time out of their busy schedule during Police Memorial Week to show their support.
In Memoriam Patrol Officer David J. Fahey Jr. Cleveland Division of Police End of Watch: January 24, 2017 On Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 0600 hours, the City of Cleveland lost a great public servant, Officer David J. Fahey Jr. While assigned to the First Neighborhood Police District, he and his partner were dispatched to
Trooper Kenneth Velez, Ohio State Highway Patrol End of Watch: September 15, 2016 On September 15, 2016 Trooper Kenneth Velez was working traffic enforcement along interstate 90 near milepost 165 in Lakewood, Ohio. At 12:44 pm, Velez was standing on the berm of the highway outside of his patrol car when he was struck by
The Officers Down 5K celebrates officers who put their lives on the line daily to keep our communities safe and honor those who have fallen in the line of duty. While officers give to the community on a daily basis, it is now our time to give back. Community Day will include lunch, live music,
Officer David Fahey, End of Watch, Jan. 24, 2017 Our condolences and love go to the family of Officer David Fahey, who was tragically killed while assisting at the scene of a crash. Officer Fahey was 39 years old. He was a proud graduate of St. Edward High School Class of 1995 and was a
Trooper Kenneth Velez E.O.W. 9-15-2016 Trooper Velez was outside of his cruiser doing traffic enforcement on I-90 near Warren Road when he was struck and killed by a driver who was under the influence of drugs. Trooper Velez was assigned to the Cleveland Post 18 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol and had graduated as