"A Hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself."
- Joseph Campbell
Show your support for your officer
and the law enforcement community! Thin Blue Line inspired pendants - $15 to $17 each All five of these handmade pendants are made of glass and glitter.
Price includes shipping. To place an order, please download an order form here: or email Dana Evans, email@example.com questions. Proceeds will
benefit KS COPS in assisting and supporting all Kansas Survivors.
20th Annual Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial Candlelight Vigil - Thursday, May 7th - 8pm Sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary, Topeka #3, the event will be held in the first floor rotunda of the Kansas Capitol in Topeka, 300 SW 10th, with a candle lighting ceremony immediately following at the Law Enforcement Memorial site located on the northeast corner of the statehouse grounds. The public is encouraged to join us as we gather together to pay our respects and to honor the memory of all Kansas Law Enforcement Officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty and service to their communities.
32nd Annual Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony - Friday, May 8th - Noon
Sponsored by the Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial Committee, the ceremony will be held at Noon on the steps of the Kansas Capitol Building, 300 SW 10th, Topeka, KS 66612. The public is encouraged to attend. A Survivor reception, hosted by Attorney General Derek Schmidt, will be held at 11:00 a.m. inside the Capitol Building . Lunch will be provided by The Fraternal Order of Police for all officers and their families immediately following the services at Assumption Church, 204 SW 8th.
Topeka Police Department Corporal Jason E. Harwood's name will be added to the Kansas Law Enforcement Monument for the ceremony. Corporal Harwood gave his life in the line of duty on September, 7, 2014. While conducting a car stop, one of the vehicles occupants drew a weapon and fired several times at Corporal Harwood who was fatally wounded.
Corporal Harwood joined the Topeka Police Department in June 1999. Promoted to the rank of corporal in May 2012, he served in the hit-and-run unit and the K-9 unit. During his career, Corporal Harwood earned a letter of commendation, a distinguished service bar and two department challenge coins. He is survived by his wife and two sons. He was 40 years old at the time of his death.
KANSAS CONCERNS OF POLICE SURVIVORS
10325 West Ridge Rd. Holton, KS 66436
Kansas C.O.P.S. is a
programs and services
for the surviving families
and affected co-workers
of law enforcement officers
killed in the line of duty
in the state of Kansas.
FINAL CALL QUILTS Final Call Quilts is a 501(c)(3) organization that makes quilts for families of first responders who on
their Final Call made the ultimate sacrifice, giving their life in the line of duty, in accordance with Federal criteria. Quilts are made at no cost to the family, however donations are crucial to keeping this organization going. http://www.finalcallquilts.org/
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