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|About||Irvine Police Department Honor Guard|
Irvine Police Department:
Working in partnership with the community, we will preserve the peace, uphold the law with fairness and provide quality service.
Irvine Police Honor Guard:
Honor, Remember, Respect
The Irvine Police Department Honor Guard serves to formally represent the Department by attending, participating in and planning for the presentation of the Nation’s Colors during community events and memorial services.
The Irvine Police Department Honor Guard is a team composed of twenty men and women of the Irvine Police Department who represent the Irvine Police Department and the City of Irvine at local state and national events. Annually, the Honor Guard attends the California’s Peace Officer’s Memorial in Sacramento and the National Peace Officer’s Memorial in Washington DC, where they have play an integral role in preparation and implementation of memorial events. In addition to attending funerals of fallen officers to honor their ultimate sacrifice, the Honor Guard will typically present the Nation’s at about 35 community events each year.
|Awards||Irvine Police Department’s Honor Guard is locally and nationally recognized for their professionalism, dedication and support of the California Peace Officer’s Memorial in Sacramento and the National Police Officer’s Memorial in Washington DC. Internally, the Irvine Honor Guard received the Department’s Unit Commendation Award in 2011.|
|Founded||Original Founding Members: Ralph J. Hansen, Owen Kreza, Elliott Nemberson, Patrick Rodgers, Paul Rose|