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---Police Memorial Parade---
From Fountain Square to the Police Memorial on May 10, 2016 at 11 a.m. to honor PO Kim and the other officers who gave their all. Busses depart 310 Ezzard Charles Drive at 10 a.m. Retired Cincinnati Police Lieutenant Robert Andriot will lay the Museum's wreath, escorted by our Board Secretary, Cincinnati Police Administrative Technician MaryLou Berning.
VISIT THE POLICE MUSEUM AFTER THE CEREMONY
POLICE WEEK

Police Week 2016, pursuant to a 1962 Federal signed by President John F. Kennedy, begins May 8. During the week, we honor the 200+ men and 1 woman who lost their lives due to their service to communities in Greater Cincinnati. Please take time pray for them, their families, friends, and communities left behind.

Alll we ask is that every active and retired law enforcement employee in Greater Cincinnati give us one cup of coffee each week... MORE
GIVE US YOUR HISTORY
Are you a retired law enforcement employee? Then you probably have history that we want! We are collecting... MORE

KROGER DONATIONS
TIME TO RENEW!

Every April, Kroger requires us to renew our pledges - Without costing you a dime, Kroger will donate funds to the GCPHS throught their Community Rewards Program... MORE
GIVE US YOUR TIME
You'll not be surprised at the fun cops have in most endeavors. You might be surprised how many opportunities we have for you.   MORE
--------In memoriam--------
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF
LINE OF DUTY DEATHS
Cincinnati Police Badge
Deputy Sheriff Rouvier
April 28, 1966
Deputy Sheriff
Samuel Eugene Rouvier
Clermont County Sheriff Dept
Marshal Kloster
May 2, 1912
Village Marshal
George Claude Kloster
Village of Wyoming
Patrolman Crout
Patrolman Roth
Police Officer Henze
May 6, 1849
Watchman
John Brasher
City of Cincinnati
Reading (OH) Patch
May 8, 1945
Motorcycle Patrolman
Willard H. Santel
Reading Police Department
UPCOMING EVENTS
Ohio Officers Memorial Ceremony, 11 a.m. May 5, 2016 at 1650 SR 56, London, OH MORE
FOP, FOPA, HCPA Awards Dinner, 7 p.m. May 6, 2016 at FOP #69 Lodge Hall
HCPA Monthly Meeting, 7 p.m. May 12, 2016 at Forest Park Senior Citizen Building MORE
HCPA Monthly Shoot & HR218 Quals
9 to 4 on May 19, 2016 at Indian Hill Range MORE
Grave Rededication for C&O Railroad Special Agent Cleveland Kemp
June 7, 2016, Johnsville Cemetery, Bracken County
Police Lives Matter

Since Police Memorial Day 2015, there have been at least 43 publicized incidents in the region where the lives of police officers were put in jeopardy or lost and/or police officers saved lives or police showed kindnesses. CLICK HERE to see them all. Below are the last 10. The other 4,257 were not publicized.

Cincinnati Officer Saves 2 Yr Old and Buys Clothes
Man Pulls Sword on Norwood Police Officer
Sergeant Fires When Suspect Reached Into Pocket
Officers Shoot and Kill a Man After he Pulls a Gun
Man Points Toy Gun at Police who do not fire
51 Cincinnati Officers' Lives Endangered by Terrorists
Glendale Officer Forced to Shoot Knife Wielding Man
Man Confronts Mt. Healthy Police with Shotgun
Warren County SWAT Arrest Barricaded Man with Gun
Middletown Police Cover Boy's Funeral Costs

Cincinnati Call Box

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308 Reading Road, 2nd Floor
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
10 a.m. to 4 p.m
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Telephone: (513) 300-3664
Email:director@gcphs.com

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