• Please stop by and see us at Tent city, Washington DC, during Police Week
  • from the left Sheriff Mike Neal along with his wife Donna Chicago Blackhawk's Duncan Keith and David Bolland 11 SEP 2010
  • Who We Are
    Brotherhood for the Fallen is a non-for-profit organization of Chicago Police Officers of various ranks, committed to attending the services…

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Join this week in Washington DC for 2015 Police Week. We will have a shop set up at tent city.  

The 11th Annual Run to Remember is a 5K USATF certified chip-timed 5k Run or, if you choose, a non-competitive 5k walk, on Chicago’s beautiful lakefront. More than 5,000 citizens, police officers, families of fallen officers and supporters of the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation are expected to participate in the 11th Annual Run to Remember….

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The Brotherhood will be hosting a St. Pat’s Day celebration on St. Patrick’s Day, 17 MAR 15 at FOP Hall come out and join us for a great time. Food, Drink, Entertainment!! Come out and support a great organization.

January 21, 2015, Canadian Mounted Police, Constable David Wynn,succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained five days earlier while investigating a stolen vehicle in St. Albert, Alberta. During the past year The Brotherhood decided that we would begin attending the funerals for fallen Canadian police officers. New members of the Brotherhood, Brian Kerstein and Daniel Nunez,…

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The Brotherhood For The Fallen would like to invite you to stop by and visit us at Tent City during Police Week in Washington D.C. Policeweek.org In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week….

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There is a great article in the Chicago Sun-Times covering our first fund raiser back on September 11, 2010 and some of our special guest in attendance. The Blackhawks Dave Bolland and Duncan Keith fresh from winning a Stanley Cup and  Arkansas Fish and Wildlife Officer, Mike Neal (since, newly elected Monroe County Sheriff). Mike…

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The Brotherhood For The Fallen is a non-profit 501C3 organization. In order to maintain our mission of support we rely on four sources of revenue: membership dues, corporate sponsorship, fund raising and merchandise sales. Keep the dates for our three main fund raising events: St. Patrick’s Day Party        March 17, 2015 at…

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