FOP Police Officers’ Memorial Service

Post Published on May 1, 2015


The New York State

Fraternal Order of Police

Memorial Wall


It is coming to that time of year again when we reflect and honor the names of our law enforcement officers in New York State who have given their all to protect and serve. We will be gathering at the memorial wall located at 911 Police Plaza, (23rd W. John St.) Hicksville, New York, 11801, where we will be commemorating all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Since 1792 more then a 1,000 names have been added to this wall. Unfortunately, with the passing of our fellow officers, each year we must continue our tradition of remembrance, by adding the names of our fallen heroes who served in the name of justice. In addition to the family and loved ones, we invite fellow officers and several dignitaries, to join us in gathering.

This year our solemn ceremony will take place this Saturday, May 2nd 2015 and is scheduled to commence promptly at 11:00AM; followed by a light luncheon reception. It is our sincerest hope to see you all there with us paying tribute to our fallen brothers and sisters.

Empire State Lodge, 911 Police Plaza, Hicksville, NY 11801 | 888-NYS1FOP |

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93318000000541004_zc_v17_police_full_blackThe Grand Lodge Memorial Committee advises that any FOP lodge member attending the FOP Peace Officers’ Memorial Service in Washington DC on Friday May 15th at 1100 hrs can submit for FOP member seating.

If interested, submit your name, lodge # and membership # (off of your National FOP member card) to National Trustee Mike Niedvia e-mail ( or by text (631-383-1310) no later than Friday, May 1st, so that one list with all confirmed member names is submitted.
This list is required as it is screened by the Secret Service for coordinated access to the FOP member seating area. Members will need to present photo identification and arrive at the check-in tent by 1000 hrs as not to impede with the arrival of the survivor family members.