Peace Officers' Memorial Tribute Video Premiere


This Peace Officers' Memorial Day, join us for the Fraternal Order of Police Tribute to America's Fallen and other events that will take place during National Police Week.

For the first time in over thirty-nine years, the National Fraternal Order of Police, families and colleagues of the nation's fallen peace officers cannot come together in Washington, D.C. to honor the memories of our heroes. "While we cannot come together and draw strength from one another on the Capitol lawn this year, the National Fraternal Order of Police remains committed to paying tribute to the nation's fallen heroes until we can all come together again," said President Patrick Yoes.

In order to accomplish this goal, the National Fraternal Order of Police has collaborated with music industry professionals, artists and long-time sponsors of our traditional memorial service. The video features a special message from President Donald Trump, a performance from country music star Lee Brice and more. "We simply could not have paid a proper tribute this year without the help of President Donald Trump, our music industry partners and corporate sponsors. Music video producer Chase Lauer and Country music artist Lee Brice wasted no time in producing an awesome tribute. We are grateful for their help." said Yoes.

In keeping with our long-standing service tradition, the 2020 tribute to fallen officers video will be released on May 15th at 11:00 a.m. EDT on all of our social media platforms. We encourage all of our family members, co-workers, and members of the public to join us for the premiere as we honor the sacrifices of our fallen heroes virtually.


The video premiere can be viewed at: