Police Unity Tour Chapter 10

IT IS NOT HOW THESE MEN DIED THAT MADE THEM HEROES, IT IS HOW THEY LIVED.
— Vivan Eney

Welcome to the home page for Chapter 10 of the Police Unity Tour!

In May 1997, the Police Unity Tour was organized, by Officer Patrick P. Montuore of the Florham Park Police Department, with the hope of bringing public awareness of Police Officers who have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices. What started with 18 riders on a four-day fund-raising bicycle ride from Florham Park, NJ to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. has grown into nine chapters consisting of nearly 2500 members nationwide who make the trip annually.

Although based in New Jersey we welcome members from all other states as well as other countries. In addition to having members representing over 40 states we have had members from Australia, England, Israel, Italy, India and Canada.

This past May we were proud to announce that the Police Unity Tour was able to donate 2.6 million dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund bringing our total donations to almost 25 million dollars.

Having completed the $5 Million commitment to the Museum in 2009 the Police Unity Tour dedicated the 2010 ride to the restoration of the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The $1.1 Million restoration project includes the re-engraving, coating and sealing of the 18,983 names on the memorial as well as the cleaning of the walls and other memorial improvements.

In 2011 the Police Unity Tour became the official sponsor of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s “Officer of the Month Program”. Officers of the Month are honored at a special awards dinner each May in Washington, DC during National Police Week, and they are featured in the Memorial Fund’s annual calendar. The Police Unity Tour is also proud to sponsor the NLEOMF’s “Recently Fallen Alerts”.

In 2016 with the construction of the National Law Enforcement Officers Museum well underway it was announced that in addition to the Hall of Remembrance the Entry Pavilion to the Museum would be named in honor of the Police Unity Tour. This recognition will enhance the awareness and understanding of the Police Unity Tour with every visitor that enters the Museum.

Chapter 10 of the Police Unity Tour starts its ride each year in Central New Jersey in route to Washington D.C.  There we meet with our brothers and sisters from across the United States and ride into the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial on May 12th.  On May 13th we gather for The Annual Candlelight Vigil to honor and remember all of our fallen heroes.  Chapter 10 is already busy planning the 2019 Ride.  We hope that you will join us.  Applications will be available in September of 2018.  2019 will be the 23rd anniversary of the Police Unity Tour. 

Please Note - Police Unity Tour Chapter X has changed its name to Police Unity Tour Chapter 10

2017 Police Unity Tour