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Police Unity Tour Chapter IV

Police Unity Tour Chapter IV We ride through the hills of VA in honor of fallen law enforcement officers and participate in National Police Week by raising money for the NLEOMF.

Police Unity Tour - Chapter IV is based in Fairfax Virginia. We are one of seven chapters located throughout the United States.

Police Unity Tour - Chapter IV is based in Fairfax Virginia. We are one of seven chapters located throughout the United States.

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10/15/2022

Help support Chapter 4 by sharing this page and encourage those around you to follow us! Each of you can make an impact. Please go to our webpage and consider making a donation. Every dollar counts! Supporting us is supporting law enforcement across America. Remember. “We ride for those who died” Thank you for all you do!

10/03/2022

Police Unity Tour Discounts:
Why the picture of our riding in the rain, because it rains during the tour, sometimes, a lot!! So you need rain gear as well as the other stuff to get through the tour.
Below is a list of some of our sponsors that give us discounts on rain gear, bike boxes and helmets/eyewear.
Showers Pass:
Rain gear designed for riding at 40% off. Showerspass.com discount code "policeUNITY25", just as you see it.

Trico Sports Iron Case Bike Boxes:
The standard of the Unity Tour Chapter VII
Contact: Russ Hoefer Sales & Marketing Manager
O: 847-715-4574 C: 847-778-8995 $370, MSPR $569

Rudy Project:
Helmets/ riding glasses Discount code: First, open an account and use "socalput" to get your discount.

If you have any problems please contact me, Craig White at [email protected] or 818-522-0744. Don't contact Gil as he will redirect it to me.

2022 Name Reading
10/02/2022
2022 Name Reading

2022 Name Reading

National Board Members, PUT members, friends, family, and NLEOMF reading names of 619 officers added to the Memorial in 2022.

10/02/2022

Our Founder and CEO receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Awards Ceremony tonight! As Executive Director Harry Phillips said, as he was honored to present the award, “A man who had an idea, and made it happen”. Thank you, Pat!

🖤💙🖤 This year, hundreds of names were engraved on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washing...
10/15/2021
33rd Annual Candlelight Vigil

🖤💙🖤 This year, hundreds of names were engraved on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, bringing the total to 22,611 officers killed in the line of duty memorialized there.

Join us live as we honor the fallen law enforcement officers with the 33rd Annual Candlelight Vigil.

10/14/2021

our National Park Service law enforcement rangers, a special agent, and United States Park Police officers who lost their lives in the line of duty, and express our deepest gratitude to their surviving families. We stand with our sisters and brothers in law enforcement who continue to serve today across all of the US Department of the Interior (DOI) bureaus.

National Police Week is a time of particular recognition of law enforcement officers who protect our treasured landscapes, visitors, employees, and fellow citizens. Usually held in May each year, in-person events were postponed until this week, when the memory of fallen officers will be solemnly honored.

Wednesday, October 13 beginning at 2PM Eastern – Police Unity Tour rides into the National Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial, Washington DC

Thursday, October 14 at 6PM Eastern – Candlelight Vigil for officers lost in the line of duty in 2019 and 2020

Saturday, October 16 – National Peace Officers' Memorial Service, Wreath Laying Ceremony, Honor Guard vigil

See the full schedule of events at policeweek.org or download the Police Weekend 2021 Mobile App.

More at www.nps.gov/ISB > A Legacy of Honor

ISB: the Investigative Services Branch of the National Park Service www.nps.gov/ISB


National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior

10/14/2021
10/14/2021

What an honor! Today members of our department met at Reagan National Airport to es**rt fallen hero’s families flying in for National Police Week. We pray there are less families flying in next year than this year.

Photos from Arlington County VA Sheriff's Office's post
10/14/2021

Photos from Arlington County VA Sheriff's Office's post

Photos from Laurel Police Department's post
10/14/2021

Photos from Laurel Police Department's post

National Police Week
10/14/2021
National Police Week

National Police Week

National Police Week draws in between 25,000 to 40,000 attendees. The attendees come from departments throughout the United States as well as from agencies throughout the world. This provides a unique opportunity to meet others who work in law enforcement. In that spirit, the Fraternal Order of Poli...

Timeline photos
08/12/2021

Timeline photos

08/12/2021

render honors for fallen Officer George Gonzalez during today’s procession

08/10/2021

The link below is the radio transmissions from the two officers shot in Chicago last night. It’s very tough to listen to. However, we must give credit to the dispatcher, Keith Thornton. He did an unbelievable job under such excruciating circumstances. He took control of the radio and assured these officers had the best chances for survival. Great job, Keith!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of Officer French who lost her life last night, and her partner who is currently listed in extremely critical condition.

Radio transmissions: https://youtu.be/6QA84GwAtCw

Photos from United States Park Police's post
08/10/2021

Photos from United States Park Police's post

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08/10/2021

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The United States Park Police would like to extend our condolences to the Gonzalez family and the entire Pentagon Force Protection Agency on the loss of Officer George Gonzalez. His sacrifice will never be forgotten.

Photos from Washington Metropolitan Police Dept.'s post
08/10/2021

Photos from Washington Metropolitan Police Dept.'s post

Timeline photos
08/10/2021

Timeline photos

Today, remembers Officer Hakim A. Farthing, who was struck and killed by a drunk driver while he was working the scene of another crash on the Baltimore-Washington Pkwy, on August 10, 2002. Ofc. Farthing was 28 years old and had 2 years of service.

Photos from Law Enforcement Officers Weekend's post
08/10/2021

Photos from Law Enforcement Officers Weekend's post

Photos from Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics's post
08/10/2021

Photos from Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics's post

🎊🎇🎆🎉 ANNOUNCEMENT 🎉 🎆🎇🎊🆗…Registration is now open for the 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ Ride! We will be doing a FULL 3️⃣ day ride like i...
07/20/2021
Welcome - Police Unity Tour 4

🎊🎇🎆🎉 ANNOUNCEMENT 🎉 🎆🎇🎊

🆗…Registration is now open for the 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣2️⃣ Ride! We will be doing a FULL 3️⃣ day ride like in the past. Below is the link to register directly, or visit our web page at www.policeunitytour4.com and click Registration. 🚲🆒

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https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/startup.aspx?eventid=364876

“We Ride For Those Who Died” Chapter IV, in Virginia, was organized in June of 2010 and ventured onto its inaugural ride in May of 2011. Although Chapter IV is based in Virginia, the chapter has riders and support members from all over the country. Chapter IV is one of nine chapters nationwide.....

05/23/2021

The Tucson Police Department is heartbroken to hear of Nogales Police Officer Jeremy Brinton's death. He was an eighteen year veteran. Please keep Officer Brinton's family in your prayers.

05/22/2021

A Dobbs Ferry (NY) police sergeant was assisting local utility workers with traffic control when he was suddenly attacked by a man with a knife.

The attack occurred yesterday afternoon when the armed suspect approached the sergeant from behind and began violently stabbing him with what has been described as a six-inch kitchen knife

The suspect ran off after the attack with the utility workers chasing after him. The sergeant was bleeding profusely and told a witness “If I bleed out, tell my wife and kids that I love them.”

The sergeant was rushed to the hospital while suffering from multiple puncture and laceration wounds. Although he lost a large amount of blood, he has been discharged and is expected to recover.

The suspect was taken into custody shortly after the incident. He has as since been charged with attempted murder of a police officer, attempted murder, attempted aggravated assault upon a police officer, and criminal possession of a weapon.

This is yet another violent act against our men and women in uniform, and it is unacceptable. LEOs are not expendable. They are real people serving their community while putting themselves in harm’s way. We need YOUR support more than ever.

Back the blue. 🚔

Photos from Breaks Interstate Park's post
05/17/2021

Photos from Breaks Interstate Park's post

05/16/2021
05/16/2021
05/14/2021
Don’t be this person. Don’t hoard gas ⛽️
05/13/2021

Don’t be this person. Don’t hoard gas ⛽️

Storing gas in a plastic bin. Absolute GENIUS. (Via ig:longlivethegreg)

Photos from United States Park Police's post
05/13/2021

Photos from United States Park Police's post

Timeline photos
05/12/2021

Timeline photos

NEW: Memorial Merlot! Made by officers who have supported NLEOMF for over 20 years to honor fellow law enforcement officers. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Memorial and Museum. Click here for more details: https://bit.ly/33o0yGW

Timeline photos
05/12/2021

Timeline photos

Honor a fallen officer ahead of tomorrow’s Virtual Candlelight Vigil and donate today.
https://bit.ly/3eBe3JZ

Chapter 4 on the Move!
05/12/2021

Chapter 4 on the Move!

05/11/2021

receives recognition from Joint Force Headquarters National Capitol Area in support of the 59th Presidential Inauguration.

05/11/2021

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Chapter IV, in Virginia, was organized in June of 2010 and ventured onto its inaugural ride in May of 2011. Although Chapter IV is based in Virginia, the chapter has riders and support members from all over the country. Chapter IV is one of nine chapters nationwide.

The Police Unity Tour continues to be the single largest supporter of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, as well as a founding partner in the National Law Enforcement Museum.

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This morning, members of our department, Department of Public Safety Communications personnel and community members welcomed the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV as they arrived in Fairfax County. Riders enjoyed a delicious meal thanks to MISSION BBQ before continuing their journey to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The Police Unity Tour raises awareness of law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty.

For a list of police week events, please visit https://nleomf.org/memorial/programs/national-police-week-2022/schedule-of-events/.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV's three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV's three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV's three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV's three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV s three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV s three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV s three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV s three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, Goochland County employees cheered on law enforcement officers riding in the Police Unity Tour Chapter IV s three-day ride to Washington D.C. The ride started in Richmond this morning and came through Goochland County on their way to Charlottesville, Warrenton, and ends in Washington D.C. on May 12.

The deputies, officers, and federal agents from across Virginia and the country “honor fallen officers” through the ride. Their journey ends at the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C., where a ceremony will be held to honor the fallen.
Gearing up to feed the riders of Police Unity Tour Chapter IV and Police Unity Tour, Southern California Chapter VII as they ride through Delaware and Maryland on their way to Police Week.
Thank you to Chick-fil-A Bear/New Castle/Christiana Mall and Chick-Fil-A Elkton for their tremendous support of our men and women in blue!!
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Any officers that would like to give a coin to Officer Heacook's son please bring them to Hero Days May 10th & 11th - Greeting the Police Unity Tour We would love to load him up with coins from across the country!!
-- Police Unity Tour, Southern California Chapter VII Police Unity Tour Chapter IV
It's that time of year again!
Join us as we greet the Police Unity Tour Chapters as they ride to Washington D.C. for National Police Week.
Check out this awesome video from Hero Days 2019.
https://fb.watch/c6fe2B3bak/
Police Unity Tour Chapter IV
Police Unity Tour, Southern California Chapter VII
We wanted to post an update on Officer Shay Mikalonis' journey.
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