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Police Heritage Museum
Law Enforcement Awards Program
Part of the mission of the Police Heritage Museum is to promote a better understanding between law enforcement officers and the citizens they serve by demonstrating the role officers play in their communities' history and growth.
By establishing the Law Enforcement Awards Program, the Police Heritage Museum hopes to meet its mission by promoting the public trust and support of local law enforcement agencies by showcasing the achievements of local law enforcement officers. In addition, we hope to shed light on the community member that wears a law enforcement uniform.
The Law Enforcement Awards Program is sponsored by Republic Services, and is held in cooperation with:
York County Chiefs of Police Association
White Rose Lodge #15, Fraternal Order of Police
York County Lodge #73, Fraternal Order of Police
York County District Attorney's Office.
Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award
The Police Heritage Museum hopes to recognize well-rounded law enforcement officers who have exceeded the duty requirements expected of their position and have also demonstrated a distinct pattern of community service along with professional achievement. Selection criteria includes:
Award of Valor
The Police Heritage Museum wishes to recognize local law enforcement officers for exceptional courage in a specific hazardous or life-threatening situation. Recipients will be recognized for actions performed at considerable risk to the officer's safety or life:
Citizen Award of Merit
The Police Heritage Museum wishes to recognize local citizens for actions taken at personal risk to:
2016 Law Enforcement Awards Program
The 2016 Law Enforcement Awards ceremony was held on Thursday, October 12, 2017 in the York County Commissioners' meeting room at the York County Administrative Center, 28 East Market Street (the former York County Court House).
The following were recognized:
Please visit this page for previous award recipients and nominees.
237 West Market Street
York, Pennsylvania 17401