For the past 7 years the Police Hall of Fame has utilized a beautiful visual image to aid in remembering fallen heroes. This image came to be called “The Hill of Remembrance”. Each year flags are posted on the hillside out front of the Hall of Fame in honor of each family survivor currently in Hall of Fame programs. This past May, during Police Week, 12,548 flags were posted.
The American Police Hall of Fame will honor law enforcement's fallen heroes on Friday, May 18th at 7:30 pm.
We invite you to join us as we pay tribute to these brave officers and remember their service to their communities as well as our country. The Memorial Service is held on the grounds of the Police Hall of Fame and is open to the public. We recommend arriving prior to 7:00 pm to allow ample time for parking and finding a seat.
All Family Survivors who plan to attend the Memorial Weekend will need to register through this site. Registration entitles each family member to a 2018 memorial t-shirt, admission & lunch tickets for “Blue at the Zoo”, and a personalized memorial button. These items will be available for pick up at the Police Hall of Fame prior to the service.
Registration & hotel accommodations are guaranteed through April 1, 2018.
After April 1, hotel accommodations and tickets for “Blue at the Zoo” will be offered on an as available basis.
After April 18th, hotel accommodations and “Blue at the Zoo” tickets will no longer be available.
Please visit www.aphf.org for hotel registration and information.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Police Memorial Day Events. The dates are May 18th-20th, 2018
Click the link below to register.
The 2017 Police Hall of Fame Memorial Service was very well attended by survivor families from around the country. Beautiful weather and a nice breeze allowed the crowd to relax and be comfortable during the outdoor evening service.
An extraordinarily large contingent from the mounted posse as well as a mule drawn caisson and caparisoned horse were on hand and made a grand entrance into the service area just prior to the Central Florida Pipe & Drum Band’s ceremonial opening song. Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey provided a passion filled welcome and the singers and roll call readers all performed well adding just the right flavoring to the service.