“To Remember Our Fallen Heroes”

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The Police & Peace Officers’ Memorial Ribbon Society is dedicated to remembering all Police and Peace Officers in Canada who have died while serving their communities.

When an Officer dies “in the line of duty”, protecting the peace and freedoms of this country, his or her death should be honoured nationally and not forgotten.

The Society’s blue and black Memorial Ribbon has become recognized across Canada as the national symbol of mourning for Police and Peace Officers. The Society is working to establish the Ribbon as an international symbol of mourning for fallen heroes.

The purpose of the Society, through this website, is to raise funds through donations and the sale of related merchandise so that the Society can continue its mission of assisting grieving families, helping to establish memorials and monuments, and providing scholarships to the children of fallen Police and Peace Officers.

Most Recent Line Of Duty Deaths

Sgt. Andrew Harnett

December 31, 2020

Vehicle Incident

Calgary Police Service

On Thursday December 31, 2020, Calgary Police Sergeant Andrew Harnett was struck and killed by a vehicle fleeing a traffic stop. Late New Year’s Eve night, Sgt. Harnett, 37 years of age, was invo...

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Cst. Marc Hovingh

November 19, 2020


Ontario Provincial Police

On Thursday November 19, 2020 Ontario Provincial Police Constable Marc Hovingh was shot and killed while conducting an investigation in Gore Bay on Manitoulin Island. At approximately 12:30 P.M. Cs...

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Cst. Heidi Stevenson

April 19, 2020


RCMP Nova Scotia

On Sunday April 19, 2020 RCMP Constable Heidi Stevenson was shot and killed while attempting to stop a rampaging active shooter in Nova Scotia. Late Saturday night on April 18, RCMP responded to a ...

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