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Fallen Officers to be Honored During Virtual Candlelight Vigil Tonight

The current pandemic has led to the cancelling and or rethinking of a number of important public events, like tonight’s 32nd Annual Candlelight Vigil to memorialize fallen law enforcement officers. 

Ceremonies will take place virtually for public viewing amid COVID-19 concerns beginning at 8 p.m, in Washington D.C with the names of the fallen to be read aloud. 

The public can stream services for the 307 fallen heroes who will be remembered by registering at this link, or visiting any of the internet platforms listed below. 

YouTube
• @TheNLEOMF
• @NationalLawEnforcementMuseum

BUILDseries.com

Facebook
• @BUILDseriesNYC
• @NLEOMF
• @LawEnforcementMuseum

Twitter
• @BUILDseriesNYC
• @NLEOMF
• @NLEMuseum

Members of the public can also light a virtual candle celebrating a law enforcement hero or agency by making donation in the amount of $10 or more to the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum by visiting this link.

Bucks County will hold a Police Memorial Service on May 18th at 7:00 PM which will be streamed live on the St Andrews Church website.  Video of the service will be posted to the Bensalem Township Police Crimewatch page for viewing at a later date.  

Please take time during the rest of this week to honor the Bucks County Police Officer, Sheriffs, Constables who died in the line of duty protecting citizens. 

A total to 22,217 officers killed in the line of duty are memorialized at the Memorial site as of the ceremony tonight since the organizations founding in 1984.

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is a living monument to ensure the men and women who died in the line of duty will never be forgotten. The names engraved on the Memorial’s walls represent fallen officers from all 50 states, the District of Columbia,  U.S. territories, federal law enforcement, and military police agencies, according to the funds website. 

The services are a part of the week long celebration during National Police Week 

Please take time during the rest of this week to honor the Bucks County Police Officer, Sheriffs, Constables who died in the line of duty protecting citizens. 

Constable, Henry A. Kolbe, September 22, 1914, Pennsylvania State Constable–

Doylestown Police Chief, Eli M. Myers, October 31, 1965,

Dublin Borough Police Department Police Officer,

James K. Armstrong, April 15, 1975, Bensalem Township Police Department

Deputy Sheriff, George M. Warta, Jr., September 22, 1986, Bucks County Sheriff’s Department

Ranger, Stanley E. Flynn, June 9, 1993, Bucks County Rangers

Police Officer, Brian S. Gregg, September 29, 2005, Newtown Borough Police Department

Sheriff, Abraham L. Kulp, February 24, 1927,

Bucks County Sheriff’s Department Police Sergeant, George M. Stuckey, March 29, 1972,

Bristol Township Police Department Police Officer, Robert A. Yezzi, August 12, 1980,

Bensalem Township Police Department Deputy Sheriff, Thomas A. Bateman, September 22, 1986,

Bucks County Sheriff’s Department Police Officer,

Joseph E. Hanusey, III, May 18, 2002, Plumstead Township Police Department

Detective, Christopher C. Jones, January 29, 2009, Middletown Township Police Department

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fallen Officers to be Honored During Virtual Candlelight Vigil Tonight

The current pandemic has led to the cancelling and or rethinking of a number of important public events, like tonight’s 32nd Annual Candlelight Vigil to memorialize fallen law enforcement officers. 

Ceremonies will take place virtually for public viewing amid COVID-19 concerns beginning at 8 p.m, in Washington D.C with the names of the fallen to be read aloud. 

The public can stream services for the 307 fallen heroes who will be remembered by registering at this link, or visiting any of the internet platforms listed below. 

YouTube
• @TheNLEOMF
• @NationalLawEnforcementMuseum

BUILDseries.com

Facebook
• @BUILDseriesNYC
• @NLEOMF
• @LawEnforcementMuseum

Twitter
• @BUILDseriesNYC
• @NLEOMF
• @NLEMuseum

Members of the public can also light a virtual candle celebrating a law enforcement hero or agency by making donation in the amount of $10 or more to the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum by visiting this link.

Bucks County will hold a Police Memorial Service on May 18th at 7:00 PM which will be streamed live on the St Andrews Church website.  Video of the service will be posted to the Bensalem Township Police Crimewatch page for viewing at a later date.  

Please take time during the rest of this week to honor the Bucks County Police Officer, Sheriffs, Constables who died in the line of duty protecting citizens. 

A total to 22,217 officers killed in the line of duty are memorialized at the Memorial site as of the ceremony tonight since the organizations founding in 1984.

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is a living monument to ensure the men and women who died in the line of duty will never be forgotten. The names engraved on the Memorial’s walls represent fallen officers from all 50 states, the District of Columbia,  U.S. territories, federal law enforcement, and military police agencies, according to the funds website. 

The services are a part of the week long celebration during National Police Week 

Please take time during the rest of this week to honor the Bucks County Police Officer, Sheriffs, Constables who died in the line of duty protecting citizens. 

Constable, Henry A. Kolbe, September 22, 1914, Pennsylvania State Constable–

Doylestown Police Chief, Eli M. Myers, October 31, 1965,

Dublin Borough Police Department Police Officer,

James K. Armstrong, April 15, 1975, Bensalem Township Police Department

Deputy Sheriff, George M. Warta, Jr., September 22, 1986, Bucks County Sheriff’s Department

Ranger, Stanley E. Flynn, June 9, 1993, Bucks County Rangers

Police Officer, Brian S. Gregg, September 29, 2005, Newtown Borough Police Department

Sheriff, Abraham L. Kulp, February 24, 1927,

Bucks County Sheriff’s Department Police Sergeant, George M. Stuckey, March 29, 1972,

Bristol Township Police Department Police Officer, Robert A. Yezzi, August 12, 1980,

Bensalem Township Police Department Deputy Sheriff, Thomas A. Bateman, September 22, 1986,

Bucks County Sheriff’s Department Police Officer,

Joseph E. Hanusey, III, May 18, 2002, Plumstead Township Police Department

Detective, Christopher C. Jones, January 29, 2009, Middletown Township Police Department

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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