Police Week Dinner 2020

Because All Service is Honorable

 

Join us to honor the service of the law enforcement officers who lost their personal battles to suicide and those who have become permanently disabled. Blue H.E.L.P. will be hosting the families of these officers so we can honor and remember their loved ones for the way they lived.

 

Due to COVID-19, we are canceling this year’s Police Week Dinner.

May 10th, 2020

“Now, Therefore, I, John F. Kennedy, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate May 15, 1963, and May 15 of each succeeding year, as Peace Officers Memorial Day, in honor of those peace officers who, through their courageous deeds, have lost their lives or have become disabled in the performance of duty.”

May 15 is set aside for the dead and disabled, emotionally and physically. The entire week is set aside for all of law enforcement. We remember and honor the original intent by embracing the injured and those we lost to suicide. Embrace their families with us.

 

Address

Embassy Suites
Washington, DC

Date & Time

May 10th, 2020
5pm – 11:45pm

Attire
Casual or formal!
Just be happy!

Musical Performance by David Bray USA

Dave Bray USA is a United States Veteran. He served in the US Navy as an 8404 FMF Corpsman for the 2nd Battalion/2nd Marines, (Sniper PLT), stationed out of Camp Lejeune, NC. Dave is now a national touring musician, singer and songwriter, and has dedicated his musical career to supporting U.S. Veterans, Active Duty Military, Fire, Police and First Responders. He considers his music a continuation of his service and uses his powerful voice to Honor our American Heroes.

Special Presentation by Blue Line Brothers and Sydney Dutton

 

Embassy Suites

A Look Back at 2019 

In 2019, for the first time ever, Blue H.E.L.P. brought forty families to Police Week to honor the service of their family members they lost to suicide. In 2020, Blue H.E.L.P. will pay the expenses for another fifty families to attend a special dinner honoring the officers they lost to suicide.

“This is absolutely the most monumental thing I have been a part of, with regard to officer suicide, since I lost my brother to suicide in 2008. I can’t say enough about it.”

2019 Police Week Dinner Attendee

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