Our Thin Blue Line March which was scheduled for March 28th in Scottsdale has been moved to July 24th in Prescott. We are currently working on the details at this time and will be posting an update soon.
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Join us on October 26th, 2019 as Rally For Law Enforcement presents its first Thin Blue Line March from 10am – 1pm. Those attending are encouraged to bring their Thin Blue Line and American flags, their signs and also wear shirts in support of law enforcement. The march will start at Phoenix Police headquarters located at 620 W. Washington St and end at the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial at Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza where we will have speakers and present Thin Blue Line flags to fallen officers and their families. There will also be a motorcycle procession as well as various speakers from law enforcement as well participating.
The following is the most up to date schedule for the event:
10am – 10:25: Those participating in the march will gather at Phoenix PD HQ located at 620 W Washington St.
10:30am: March will begin towards Wesley Bolin Plaza
11am: Those participating in the walk will arrive at the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial at Wesley Bolin Plaza.
11:15 – 11:30am: Motorcycle procession arrives at Wesley Bolin Plaza.
11:45: Prayer, Pledge Of Allegiance and honor guard takes place.
12pm – 1pm: Presentation of the flags to the families of the fallen officers as well as speakers.
Thin Blue Line flags will be presented to the the families of the following fallen law enforcement members:
Trooper Tyler Edenhofer- Arizona DPS. EOW 7/25/18
Officer David Glasser- Phoenix PD. EOW 5/19/16
Sergeant Brandon Mendoza- Mesa PD. EOW 5/12/14
Officer Paul Rutherford- Phoenix PD. EOW 3/21/19
Officer Clayton Townsend- Salt River PD. 1/8/2019
The event is free. Parking will be in the north and south lots at Wesley Bolin Plaza and additional parking in the West lot behind the AZ State Capitol building.
Please join us on March 28th at Tempe City Hall at 4pm as we stand in support of Tempe Police and Officer Joseph Jaen who has come under attack by anti-police activists and groups for doing their job. Office Jaen stopped a suspect who was burglarizing a vehicle and had what appeared to be a 1911 .45 caliber pistol. The suspect then ran from police and was shot and killed. Though the pistol was later discovered to be an airsoft replica one can only imagine what could’ve happened next if it had been real. Since the incident, anti-police protesters have held demonstrations outside Tempe PD as well as taking over and disrupting a Tempe City Council meeting in order to bad mouth and attack law enforcement. We believe that the Tempe PD and Officer Jaen are being unjustly targeted for doing their job and we’re calling on all those who support law enforcement to join us in Tempe to support our cops. Tempe City Hall is located at 31 E. 5th Street. We hope to see all those that back the blue there. Please help us spread the word. Thank you.
We have setup a Facebook event page for those who wish to RSVP. You can find it at https://www.facebook.com/events/622380354864416/
Once again, Rally For Law Enforcement will host another Thin Blue Line March which is scheduled to take place from 10am – 1pm on March 28, 2021. The event will feature a march from Scottsdale PD’s Via Linda station to Mountain View Park as well as motorcycle procession. Thin Blue Line flags will be presented to the families of fallen officers and we’ll also have speakers as well. We’re currently working on all of the details which will be posted soon.
Once again, Rally For Law Enforcement is organizing a nationwide pro-police rally to hopefully happen in every state on March 30, 2019. So far, both Arizona and Illinois are scheduled to have rallies. Here are the location and time for the rallies:
164 E. Apache Street
10am – 1pm
More states, times and locations will be added soon.
The pro-police movement Rally For Law Enforcement is offering up a solution to protect schools and students from becoming the latest target of a mass shooting by allowing armed volunteers to patrol the school grounds while classes are in session.“The only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. The left’s plan of gun free zones hasn’t worked. We have veterans, retired law enforcement and responsible citizens in our ranks that carry a firearm and they could be used to protect the schools and the students. This would be strictly on a volunteer basis but it does help solve the issue of protecting the schools and keeping the student’s safe,” said Rally For Law Enforcement’s founder Nohl Rosen.Rosen said it takes 5 minutes or longer for the police to respond to an active shooting scene and that an armed volunteer patrolling the school or a teacher that’s armed could respond in seconds to take down a shooter.“Many teachers carry firearms and have training using them and so do many of our members. The left has made this about blaming the guns rather than putting the blame on the person that uses the tool do harm. Firearms can save lives but they’re only focused on the minority that uses them to take lives purposely. More people have been killed by those using knives, driving cars, taking drugs and smoking cigarettes than they have with firearms. This isn’t a gun issue, it’s about what’s going on in the person’s heart and mind. Evil is evil and a person can kill just as easily using a car than they can using a firearm. Banning a certain firearm to try and solve the issue won’t accomplish anything and only punishes those who do use it responsibly,” Rosen added.
If anyone is interested in volunteering please feel free to let us know at email@example.com.
Our condolences going out to the family of NYPD Detective Miosotis Familia who was killed earlier today in an ambush style attack in the Bronx. Our thoughts and prayers are with them and the NYPD. Detective Familia had 3 children and was also taking care of her mother as well.
Thank you to everyone that came out to the Back The Badgerally in Glendale to support Glendale PD. Also thank you to the Glendale PD for their participation as well. The rally featured 2 SWAT and bomb vehicle displays, speakers, a motorcycle procession, and 2 Thin Blue Line flag presentations. One flag was presented to Glendale PD and the other to the family of fallen Glendale PD officer Brad Jones who was killed in the line of duty on October 29, 2011. There was also cookies, donuts and water provided to those that attended. Another Back The Badge rally is being planned and details will be posted soon.
Once again Rally For L.E. will be joining with other police supporters from across the Phoenix metro area for another Back The Badge rally to support law enforcement. This time it’ll be held at the American Legion Earl E. Mitchell Post #29 located at 6822 N 57th Drive in Glendale, AZ across from Glendale PD headquarters from 10am – 12pm.
This is the second time we’ve rallied at Glendale PD. We’re also partnering with the Expendables Motorcycle Club of Arizona to put on the event. There will be a motorcycle procession to kick off the event and a Thin Blue Line flag presented to Glendale PD and to the family of a fallen Glendale PD officer Bradley Jones. Glendale PD will also have a SWAT vehicle and gear on display. Aaron Leach will also be there providing music as alwats. The event is free and open to the public.
Police supporters are encouraged to bring Thin Blue Line and American flags as well as signs in support of law enforcement. More will be posted as information becomes available. You can also get up to date information via our Facebook and Twitter pages as well.The rally will happen across the street from Glendale PD HQ at the American Legion Earl E. Mitchell Post located at 6822 N. 57th Drive. The rally will be held in the parking area. The event will be hosted by Rally For L.E. and the Expendables Motorcycle Club of Arizona.