Celebrating National EMT and Police Weeks 2022
National EMS Week was established in 1974 by President Gerald Ford to celebrate the vital role of emergency medical services in the United States. Every year, this weeklong event recognizes the hard work and dedication of EMS professionals across the country.
During National EMS Week on May 15 - 23, communities across the country will come together to thank EMS professionals for their courageous work. There will be events and activities held throughout the week to show support for these dedicated individuals so look in your area. Find out more here: https://emsweek.org/
National Police Week was established in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy to honor law enforcement officers who have been killed or injured in the line of duty. The weeklong event includes a variety of activities and events, culminating in a candlelight vigil on May 15th to remember those who have lost their lives while serving and to show support for their families.
Since its inception, National Police Week has become an important time for the law enforcement community to come together and reflect on the sacrifices made by officers every day. It is also a time to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and to show support for their families. The weeklong event includes a variety of activities and events, including in a candlelight vigil to remember those who have lost their lives while serving.
For law enforcement officers, National Police Week is an important time to come together and remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. It is also a time to show support for the families of fallen officers and to reaffirm their commitment to serving and protecting their communities. For more information click here: https://nleomf.org/memorial/programs/national-police-week-2022/