Candlelight Vigil Webcast

Watch the Candlelight Vigil Webcast at 8:00 pm on May 13, 2019

Livestream equipment and WiFi generously provided by Verizon Wireless


Each year on May 13th, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund produces its annual Candlelight Vigil—a signature event of National Police Week in Washington, DC. During the Candlelight Vigil, fallen officers whose names were engraved on the Memorial’s walls that spring are formally dedicated. Held on the National Mall, in addition to the lighting of candles and reading of names, the Candlelight Vigil includes remarks by dignitaries, and musical tributes performed to honor the memory of these fallen officers.

Map/Details on 2019 Candlelight Vigil

15 Replies to “Candlelight Vigil Webcast”

  1. Support our law enforcement and first responders wholeheartedly. Praying for safety and blessings over all of them and families.

  2. RIP
    Three gentlemen from Suffolk County Police Department being honored tonight.
    God Bless them all and their families.

  3. I was President of National Sheriff’s Association 1987-88 and enjoyed working with Craig Floyd in the earlier years. Thanks Craig for your dedication for the National Law Enforcement Memorial.

  4. Thank you for broadcasting this on YouTube so I could watch from home since I could not be in attendance. Quite humbling to honor our fallen brothers and sisters. May they all rest in peace and may we find a way to reduce the loss of our numbers.

  5. Thank you Verizon, incredible job.
    For us disabled police officers current, and retired, thank you for bringing this to our home so we never miss the Vigil.
    Cpl. Ramzziden of Prince George’s County, Maryland is one of ours, our hero. Gob Bless all the survivors, the NLEOM staff, and the volunteers for making this a very special evening.

  6. My husband and I send all of our love to all of the families of our fallen brothers and sisters.

  7. Thank you for this “HONOR!” I wasn’t able to be there in person, but was in spirit. Those who gave, the ultimate sacrifice, will be remembered in such a beautiful way!!!!!!! I’m praying for the day, when, we have no names to add…… 🤲

  8. This to all the fallen officers that have lost there lives. I want to thank each and everyone that are still here. I wish I could be there for them. My Dad lost his like back in 1976. It is still hard for me. not having him here. May God Bless each and everyone family’s of the fallen officers God Bless America. My prayers are with you. Love, Mary.

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