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    Thank you for participating in the 2021 Run for the Badge 5K!

    Registration for the 2022 Run for the Badge will open in June 2022. Donations are welcomed year round. 

    Congratulations to our Teams that raised $1,500:

    • Connecticut State Troopers
    • In Memory of Sheila J. Rivera #16967 EOW 4/19/2020 (Cook County Sheriff's Office)
    • Team Tara & Natalie (Sacramento Area Law Enforcement)
    • The Trade Transformers
    • U.S Capitol Police

    Interested in Sponsoring the 2022 Run For The Badge 5K?

    The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum will hold the National Run for the Badge to create the sense of community and support for our law enforcement heroes with this annual event that is now a nationwide initiative! Show your company's support for our mission while we share your brand with our community of more than 500,000 law enforcement officers and their families, law enforcement and state and federal leadership, and other supporters from around the nation. 

    To become a sponsor please email Kaitlin Mays, Development Associate, at [email protected]

    Net proceeds from the Run for the Badge support the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s (NLEMM) mission to tell the story of American law enforcement, honor the fallen and make it safer for those who serve.

    A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Washington, DC, the (NLEMM) maintains the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, the nation’s monument to law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. NLEMM also manages the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum, adjacent to the Memorial. The Museum offers a high-tech approach to telling the story of American law enforcement through interactive exhibits, collections, research, and education.

    The NLEMM is a principal organizer of the National Police Week observance each May and hosts a Candlelight Vigil on the National Mall in Washington, DC to dedicate the newly engraved names of the fallen and to honor all fallen law enforcement officers. In addition, the NLEMM maintains the largest, most comprehensive database of line-of-duty officer deaths, conducts research to identify emerging trends and findings of officer fatalities, and serves as an information clearinghouse to improve officer safety.

    For more information, please visit www.nleomf.org.