Once again we rally in support of law enforcement and pay tribute to the fallen officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice. The event will include a walk from Scottsdale PD’s Via Linda Station to Mountain View Park as well as a motorcycle procession as well. We also will be presenting Thin Blue Line flags to the families of fallen officers and to Scottsdale PD as well.
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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.
Rally For L.E.’s leader Nohl Rosen has once again wrapped up another successful solo rally, this time in Phoenix to support the Phoenix Police Department. He covered all 7 precincts and Phoenix PD HQ as well. The demonstration was met with waves, salutes, and handshakes from officers who thanked him for stopping by. Officers also stopped to take his picture capturing a few special moments and Rosen said it was indeed an honor to meet many of the officers that help keep our community safe.
“It was a great experience and just like the other solo rallies I got to engage with officers on a more personal level. This was also a tougher demonstration because Phoenix has more precincts than the previous cities I’ve been to. Nonetheless, it seemed to be a real morale booster for the officers and many were thanking me for being out there with the sign and a flag but I was there to thank them. They’re the heroes and I wanted to let them know that they matter and their service to the community is appreciated. Hopefully more people will come out in support of the police,” Rosen said.
It’s unknown which local city he’ll head to next. Mesa, Surprise, Peoria, and Gilbert are possibilities. Besides Phoenix, he’s already visited police stations and headquarters Scottsdale, Glendale and Chandler.