Officer Down Memorial Ride

Remember the Fallen

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The ODMR

The mission of the ODMR is to honor and remember fallen law enforcement officers, raise awareness of line of duty deaths, and provide support to the Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP).

This event brings together hundreds of law enforcement motorcycle (and bicycle!) enthusiasts and supporters from around the country to pay tribute to America’s fallen heroes. Over the last decade, we have raised $250,000+ to support ODMP. Join us as we ride to remember the fallen on Saturday, September 19th, 2020. Register as a Spirit Rider and support this important event safely from wherever you are. All virtual riders receive an official ride shirt.

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY ODMP

The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring America’s fallen law enforcement heroes. As the largest law enforcement memorial in the United States, ODMP preserves the memories of 24,000+ fallen officers in its online memorial and reflection pages.

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Our 2020 Sponsors

The Officer Down Memorial Ride is made possible through the generosity of our sponsors, some of whom have been supporting this event since its inception. We truly appreciate them and hope you’ll support the companies, organizations, and individuals who support the ODMR!

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Contact Us

Officer Down Memorial Page
PO Box 1047
Fairfax, Virginia, 22038-1047

ride@odmp.org

   

About ODMP

The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring America’s fallen law enforcement heroes. As the largest law enforcement memorial in the United States, ODMP preserves the memories of 24,000+ fallen officers in its online memorial and reflection pages. ODMP also honors fallen K9 officers, provides free resources to law enforcement agencies, and works to keep cop killers behind bars through its No Parole program. The ODMP database tracks LODD statistics in the US back to 1791, enabling the law enforcement community to analyze trends and patterns in an effort to improve officer safety.