Everyone planning to attend the Memorial Service Weekend needs to register with the Police Hall of Fame. There is not a fee if you are planning to attend just the service.
Registration entitles each member to a memorial button, 2017 memorial t-shirt, breakfast at the hotel on Saturday morning, and a ticket to one of the available excursions. You can expect to receive a confirmation packet in the mail by May 1st.
Please contact us if you have any questions, are unable to register online or prefer a paper form.
Please call 321-264-0911 for additional information or if you have any questions. Ask to speak with Lori or Janet.
Online registration is available through Eventbrite.
Click below to register for the Memorial Service Weekend.
All Family Survivors and guests who plan to attend the Memorial Weekend will need to register with the Police Hall of Fame. The registration fee is $20 per person, 2 years and under are free.
Please read the information on accommodations carefully:
This year’s accommodations are available at the International Palms Resort in Cocoa Beach. You must contact the hotel directly to make your reservations. There is a $39+ tax per night charge for Friday and Saturday Nights.
Check in time at the hotel is 4:00 pm, which will provide ample time to grab a bite to eat prior to the service.
All hotel reservations must be made by April 1, 2017. All reservations, as well as changes and cancellations to your reservation must be done through the hotel.
The Police Hall of Fame’s Memorial Service honoring law enforcement’s fallen heroes will take place on Friday evening, May 19th at 7:30 pm and will be held on the grounds of the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum. There will be a final roll call of the officers lost in 2016, as well as a roll call of those officers lost in previous years that have family in attendance during this time of reflection and remembrance. Our hope is that you will receive a blessing and encouragement while you visit during this special time. All of us want to pay tribute to how these officers lived, and to remember that they died in service to their fellow citizens.There will be open seating at the Memorial Service for all attending with the exception of a section marked off for 2016 survivors. We welcome and recommend that you come to the property early so you can tour the museum and locate your loved one’s name on the indoor memorial walls. This is a good time to make name tracings for yourself and other family members that are not able to attend. The service will conclude around 9:00 pm and the museum & memorial will remain open afterwards until 10:00 pm for those unable to visit prior to the service.
Transportation to Titusville, Florida is NOT provided. If you plan to fly into the area, we suggest you check the rates to fly into Orlando International Airport, Orlando/Sanford Airport, or Melbourne International Airport. Drive time to the hotel and the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum is comparable from each airport. You will also need to arrange for a rental car during your stay.
Thank you for joining us as we honor our law enforcement heroes. We look forward to seeing many of you once again and meeting others of you for the very first time.
It’s important to take the time to reflect on the officers we’ve lost over the years but it is equally important to connect with family and make new friends. On Saturday, May 20th, we invite you to participate in one of several free excursions to explore the beauty of the diverse ecosystems and wildlife found on the Space Coast of Florida. Options available are:
Passengers will board the triple deck paddle wheel boat and enjoy narration on the Historical Indian River Lagoon, home to herds of manatees, playful bottle-nosed dolphin as well as a variety of coastal birds. The Indian River Queen is handicapped accessible; lower level is enclosed and air conditioned, mid-section is covered, top level is fully open.
Island Boat Lines Eco Tour – Passengers will board a covered pontoon boat and enjoy a narrated tour through the Thousand Islands of Cocoa Beach exploring the spectacular canals which provide shelter to herds of manatee, bottle-nosed dolphin and a variety of coastal birds. Boats are handicapped accessible.
Kayak Tour along the Banana River – A complete guided tour as you and a partner paddle in your own kayak along the river encountering manatees, dolphins, alligators and a large variety of birds. (Minimum participant age is 5 years old).
We hope you will take the opportunity to create memories with other Survivors as you enjoy the beauty of Florida’s Space Coast.