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WOPD Honor Guard
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The West Orange Police Department Honor Guard is a volunteer unit.  The unit is composed of active duty Police Officers.  
The Honor Guard members have been selected to represent the department at ceremonies, functions and events that
 require a formal presence.  The unit trains on a regular basis on close order drills, rifle movements and funeral details. 
 The Honor Guard Motto is Semper Memoria which is Latin for Always Remember.  

Contact The Honor Guard Commander, Captain Timothy Brennan 
or call (973) 325-4007 for more information or questions.

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WOPD Honor Guard at Metlife Stadium for NY Giants vs. Kansas City Chiefs (11/2017)


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WOPD Honor Guard at the Blue Mass, held every year to pray for fallen officers. 
(L-R)Captain Tim Brennan, Officer Steve Bode, Officer Neuman Paye, Officer Oscar Carrera, and Detective Jeff Krimmel.

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New York Jets Home Game vs. New England Patriots

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Vietnam Traveling War Memorial in West Orange, NJ; Summer 2017

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New Jersey Devils Home Game at The Prudential Center

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Annual West Orange St. Patricks Day Parade

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Seton Hall Prep

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Law Enforcement Memorial, New Jersey

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Law Enforcement Memorial, Washington D.C.




Some of the functions that the Honor Guard participates in are:
 
West Orange Saint Patrick’s Day Parade 
West Orange Veterans Day Observance
West Orange Memorial Day Observance
Blue Mass
Law Enforcement Memorial, Washington
Law Enforcement Memorial, New Jersey
Dedication of streets for fallen West Orange Officers Brennan and Laird.
Dedication of fields at Seton Hall Prep
Color presentation at the New York Jets Game
Color presentation at the New York Giants Game

Color Presentation at New Jersey Devils
Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall
Several funerals for fallen police officers.