Palm Bay Mayor Rob Medina, City Council Make Proclamation Honoring National Police Week

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National Police Week occurs every May

Palm Bay Mayor Rob Medina and the city council presented a proclamation acknowledging and honoring May 9-15 as National Police Week. “We appreciate our city council’s support for the members of our agency and what this coming week signifies for all of the law enforcement,” said Palm Bay Police Department officials. (Palm Bay PD image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Palm Bay Mayor Rob Medina and the city council presented a proclamation acknowledging and honoring May 9-15 as National Police Week.

“We appreciate our city council’s support for the members of our agency and what this coming week signifies for all of the law enforcement,” said Palm Bay Police Department officials.

National Police Week occurs every May, and in 2021 it will be commemorating it with virtual events that can be viewed from anywhere in the world.

From May 9–15, the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum in Washington DC will deliver programs to keep current officers safe and healthy, as well as ceremonies to honor those fallen officers whose names have been recently added to the Memorial.

In-person events are planned for October 13-17, 2021 in Washington, DC to offer the same respect, honor, remembrance, and community support as National Police Week while allowing law enforcement, survivors, and citizens to gather and pay tribute to those who gave their lives in the line of duty.

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