ODMP Memorial Grant Program

ODMP Memorial Grant

The primary mission of the Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP) is to honor law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. ODMP's Memorial Grant Program provides funds to agencies and organizations for the purpose of restoring, repairing, and/or creating physical memorials for fallen officers.

Last year the program was revised to provide grants of up to $1,000 to be used for the restoration or repair of existing memorials or markers, placing grave markers for fallen officers without one, or the creation of physical memorials honoring officers who have died in the line of duty.

A total of $23,000 was distributed in 2019, and since its inception the program has disbursed well over $40,000 to a variety of organizations and agencies across the country.

Unfortunately due to funding issues, the ODMP Memorial Grant program has been put on hold in 2020. We sincerely hope to have this program back up and running in 2021.

Agencies and organizations who received a grant in 2019:

  • California Highway Patrol - Inland Division
  • Lincoln Police Department and the Lancaster County Sheriff's Office
  • Lehi City Police Department
  • Creek County Sheriff's Office
  • Forsyth County Sheriff's Office
  • Wilmington (NC) Police Department
  • Brigham City Police Department
  • Milwaukee WI Police Department
  • Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, DC
  • Waller County Sheriff's Office
  • Phoenix Police Department / Foundation of Retired Police Officers
  • Greater Thumb Area FOP Lodge #148 of MI
  • Weber County Sheriff's Office
  • Taylor County Sheriff's Office
  • North Miami Police
  • Chesterfield County Sheriff's office
  • Colerain Township Police Dept.
  • Sumpter Township Police Department
  • Kansas City Police Officers Memorial Foundation
  • Franklin County Sheriff's Office
  • Pueblo Police Department
  • Missouri Trooper Monument
  • Eureka County Sheriff’s Office