Save the date! Plan to join a contingent from Cleveland to the Canadian Police Memorial in solidarity with our peers up north September 28 – October 1, 2018.
The Greater Cleveland Peace Officer Memorial Society is sponsoring its annual commemoration in conjunction with National Police Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 17-20, 2018. Public events include a parade down Lakeside Avenue (“Police Memorial Way”) followed by a commemorative service at the Peace Officers Memorial. The premier event is the Cleveland International
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The Greater Cleveland Peace Officers Memorial Society (GCPOMS) needs to raise $200,000 to expand the memorial and is asking for the public’s support by purchasing a personalized, commemorative paver through its Memorial Expansion campaign.
Remembering officers who have died in Februaries past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Detective William Hulligan, d. February 8, 1887, to the most recent, Police Officer Jonathan Bastock, who died in 2011.
This second annual event includes a 50 gun raffle and dinner, hors d’oeuvres, Chinese and 50/50 raffles, presentation of colors and more.
Remembering officers who have died in Januaries past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Patrolman James H. Stedman, d. January 25, 1905, to the most recent, Patrol Officer David J. Fahey Jr., who died in 2017.
A good time was had by all at the Irish American Club in Euclid.
Remembering officers who have died in November and December in years past…. we have their stories from the oldest fatality, Watchman John Osborne, d. December 1, 1853, to the most recent EOW, Sergeant Michael W. Muzychenko, d. November 25, 1997.
Twelve area officers have died in October in years past. We have their stories, from the oldest fatality, Patrolman Walter Pruehs in 1920, to the most recent EOW, Patrolman George M. Brentar, in 2007.