U.S. Law Enforcement Eternal Flame Brick Campaign2019-05-22T20:06:09-05:00

U.S. Law Enforcement Eternal Flame
Brick Campaign “Walk of Heroes”

Hosted by Fundraising Brick

Engraved Brick Order Deadline: Ongoing

For additional information regarding our engraved brick campaign please contact Tara Dixon at Tarae@aphf.org or call 321-264-0911 Ext. 133.


Are you a member of law enforcement or have a family member who serves? Are you a retired law enforcement officer? Or are you just someone seeking a lasting way to show your support for law & order and the men and women of the “thin blue line?”

Since 1960, the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum and its supporting agencies have honored those who serve. They also serve the families of fallen officers, as well as those who have been disabled in the line of duty. Law enforcement families count on our agencies for emergency funds, scholarships, grief counseling support, birthday and holiday gifts for children from 0-18, summer camp reimbursement and more.

Your brick purchase will help support these programs by helping to complete our new national monument known as The U.S. Law Enforcement Eternal Flame. The flame will stand in one of the most heavily traveled areas of the country — between the Orlando theme parks and Kennedy Space Center on the east coast of Florida. Reaching over 100 feet into the sky, the Eternal Flame will draw people to reflect on the service and sacrifice of America’s heroes in blue — a reflection made more meaningful by the “Walk of Heroes” which will pay tribute to law enforcement officers of yesterday and today from across this great nation. Your brick purchase will be placed on that walkway, an enduring tribute to those who willingly step into the breech to defend the innocent and pursue the guilty. The National Association of Chiefs of Police, which operates the American Police Hall of Fame and is building the new U.S. Law Enforcement Eternal Flame, thanks you for your passion for law and order!

To find out more about The Walk of Heroes and the U.S. Law Enforcement Eternal Flame, go to www.leflame.org.

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