Category: Law Enforcement15.05.2023

National Police Week: A Time to Honor and Remember

This week, we take time to honor and remember the brave men and women in law enforcement who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

National Police Week is a week-long observance honoring law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. This annual remembrance was established in 1962 by a joint resolution of Congress and centers around National Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15.

Each year, thousands of law enforcement officers, survivors of fallen officers, and police supporters gather in Washington, D.C., for a series of events to honor those who have fallen. These events include the National Peace Officers Memorial Service, the Candlelight Vigil, and the National Law Enforcement Memorial Run. Seminars and receptions are also offered for law enforcement personnel.

As the leading supplier of integrated live fire and virtual weapons training for our nation’s law enforcement agencies, InVeris Training Solutions is proud to stand in solidarity with our law enforcement officers during National Police Week.

We recognize the sacrifices these officers make every day by placing themselves in harm’s way to protect our communities. Law enforcement officers work long hours, often in dangerous and challenging conditions. They are often the first responders to our most difficult moments, and they do their jobs with courage, dedication, and professionalism.

We also want to take this opportunity to emphasize the importance of public support for law enforcement. Community members can show our support by thanking officers for their service, by being respectful of their authority, and by working together to create safer communities.

InVeris stays committed to providing law enforcement agencies with the training and resources they need to keep our communities safe, and to keep their officers safe in the process. We are honored to observe National Police Week, to show our gratitude to those who serve, and to remember those who have given their lives in the line of duty.