Law Enforcement Hall of Fame
Rescheduled for 2021. Please stay tuned for dates and locations.
Calibre Press is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the newly re-named National Law Enforcement Officer Hall of Fame and its co-founders. The team-up was inspired by a shared interest in prominently recognizing the kind of outstanding police work that embodies the spirit of courage, dedication, and selfless service prevalent in law enforcement across the country.
“The National Law Enforcement Officer Hall of Fame represents the very core of the Calibre Press mission,” says Calibre President, Lisa Gitchell. “To support law enforcement officers in every way possible not just through training, but through standing in front of the world and saying, ‘This is what law enforcement really looks like. This is what law enforcement is all about. This is why we should all be eternally grateful for the work these brave men and women do every day, everywhere.’”
Nominations are submitted through the Hall of Fame Web site and reviewed by an anonymous panel of hand-selected judges, which will now be led by Chuck Remsberg who has been named Chairman of the Hall of Fame Judges Board.
Nominate for 2020 now!
“The Hall of Fame looks forward to honoring LEOs each and every year,” Stockburger says. “Although most say they don’t do the job for the recognition, we feel their stories need to be heard.”