31st Annual Medal of Valor Luncheon
Twelve officers were presented the department's Medal of Valor and two officers were presented the Distinguished Service Medal in 2015. Click here to read more about the officers recognized for their valor and bravery.
The Medal of Valor Luncheon has a long standing reputation for showing the immense support our community has for our police officers and their families. The Police Foundation of Colorado Springs seeks to increase the impact of the local support by being the presenting sponsor of the luncheon. The board of directors are honored the Colorado Springs Police Department has given us the opportunity to take on such a meaningful endeavor in our first full year in existence.
It is the Foundation’s purpose to strengthen the services of the Colorado Springs Police Department, promote excellence within the department, and support public safety for the City of Colorado Springs. It is also our mission to build effective partnerships that support the Colorado Springs Police Department and our local community.
We take pride in the character and quality of our officers in Colorado Springs and hope you will assist us in showing them their efforts do not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
Pictured below are the 2015 Medal of Valor and Distinguished Service award recipients.
Early registrants receive discount
Register, pay before April 30, 2016 for 2015 sponsorship levels;
new sponsorship levels effective May 15, 2016
Early registrants who pay before April 30, 2016 will pay 2015 sponsorship prices. New sponsorship levels become effective May 15, 2016.
Medal of Honor recipient Officer Allison Detwiler and
Chief Pete Carey.
Officer Alan Van't Land and Chief Carey. Officer Van't Land
receieved two Medals of Valor during the ceremony.
Officer Adam Wheeler and Chief Carey. Officer Wheeler
also received two Medals of Valor during the ceremony.
Medal of Honor, Medal of Valor and Distinguished Service
Award recipients with Chief Carey.