Montgomery County Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony - May 3, 2013

Law enforcement officers, elected officials, public dignitaries, family survivors, and the general public are invited to join together on Friday, May 3, 2013, to remember the 36 Montgomery County law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty over the past 130 years.  The Memorial Ceremony will begin at 11:00 A.M. preceded with a procession of officers, retirees, and cruisers arriving at the ceremony site at Riverscape at 10:50 A.M.  The keynote speaker will be Ohio Fraternal Order of Police President Jay McDonald.  The survivor speaker will be Dayton Police Officer Rob Cleaver, survivor & partner of fallen Dayton Police Officer Jason Grossnickle.

Free parking is available in the City of Dayton parking lot, 301 East Monument Avenue for all law enforcement personnel, command staff personnel, elected officials, government leaders, and family survivors.  A complimentary luncheon for law enforcement officers and family survivors will follow the ceremony at the Antioch Shrine, 120 East First Street.

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