PLEASE BE ADVISED
THAT DUE TO COVID-19,
our 2nd annual
HAS BEEN POSTPONE TIL 2021.
THAT DUE TO COVID-19,
The Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation annual
“Ride to Remember”
is set for
September 27, 2020 @ 11am (kick stands up!). Registration starts at 9am.
Ride will end at Tom & Jerrys with food & beverages.
This Ride is a Poker Hand run (Money prizes!)
On Saturday May 2, 2020, we were able to get out to the memorial for our annual Clean Up Day. The weather was great and the memorial looks beautiful! Thanks to Miller’s Green House Inc (Wallingford, Pa.) for donating flowers and to Ron Pronio Jr. (Gorgeous Grounds Landscaping Inc.) for donating mulch!.
The Board of Directors of the
Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation
regrets to announce the
Day of Remembrance
originally set for
May 6, 2020
Congratulations to Vice President Harry O’Neil. On Tuesday October 8, 2019, the Prospect Park Police Department promoted Harry O’Neil to the rank of Sergeant. Well deserved Harry!
The first annual softball tournament benefiting the Delaware County Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation was held on Saturday October 5, 2019 at Camp Upland Park! We can’t thank our sponsors, players and supporters enough! A special thank you to Lansdowne Police Officer Jon McGowan, the tournament organizer. It was a huge success! Congratulations to our tournament winners, Team PSP! Can’t wait til next year!
The 2019 Ride To Remember took place on Sunday September 29, 2019. The weather was awesome and the turnout was even better. We had well over 150 participate in the ride this year. We would like to thank our police escorts, the FOP Lodge 27 for their music and refreshments, and DA Kat Copeland for her kind and inspirational words. We would also like to thank the Centurions Motorcycle Club for their help in promoting the ride and their charitable part of the fundraiser. Finally, we would like to thank all the riders that have came out this years and all the years past to support our heroes!
On September 11, 2019, DA Kat Copeland joined law enforcement, elected officials and members of the community at Rose Tree Park to honor and pay respect to those whose lives were tragically lost on September 11, 2001. “For firefighters, police, and first responders, September 11th set a precedent for how we think about you,” said District Attorney Kat Copeland. “First-responders, with cast iron spines, selflessly rushing into disaster. While that has always been true, seeing the counter-intuitive flight into the heart of two steel infernos that day, you were our new heroes. You taught us lessons we would need to navigate the challenges of the coming darkness, and we are forever grateful for the sacrifices you’ve made to protect others.” Thank you DA Copeland and County Council for never forgetting’