Richard Power, Chief of Police, July 28, 1880 – George De Beaujeu, Constable #2439, September 10, 1890 – Harry Morphy, Corporal #2161, September 10, 1890 – John William Clarkson, Constable, November 17, 1905 – Walter S. Flood, Assistant Surgeon #0.148, November 29, 1906 – John Beattie, Constable, April 13, 1911 – Charles Rooke, Constable, February 3, 1913 – Bernard Snowdon, Constable, April 16, 1918 – Anton Fladeby, Correctional Officer, May 11, 1919 – Alex McCurdy, Morality Officer, November 11, 1920 – James Uttley, Morality Officer, November 16, 1920 – John Williams, Correctional Officer, June 26, 1926 – David G. White, Constable, June 15, 1927 – Richard H. Nicholson, Sergeant #5611, December 31, 1928 – Donald R. MacDonell, Constable #10399, April 19, 1931 – Norman Massan, Special Constable #S-822, April 19, 1931 – John Verne, Sergeant, July 24, 1934 – William Wainwright, Constable, October 4, 1935 – John G. Shaw, Constable #11582, October 4, 1935 – Charles Gillis, Constable, February 7, 1936 – John McDonald, Constable, February 10, 1940 – Edwin L. Pearse, Guard, November 11, 1943 – James E. Sims, Detective Sergeant, July 16, 1950 – Ronald C. Bloomfield, Constable #16141, July 9, 1954 – Joseph K. Sander, Constable #14819, July 9, 1954 – Joseph T. Thompson, Constable #18200, December 18, 1961 – Ervin J. Giesbrecht, Corporal #17644, June 20, 1964 – Thomas P. Carroll, Constable #20388, February 11, 1966 – Charles Morrish, Conservation Officer, April 3, 1966 – William McLeod, Conservation Officer, May 12, 1967 – George R. Hawkins, Corporal #19758, June 6, 1968 – Leonard Shakespeare, Constable, July 18, 1969 – Ronald Houston, Detective, June 27, 1970 – James A. O’Malley, Sergeant #15190, October 28, 1970 – Harold S. Seigel, Constable #22976, September 26, 1971 – Stanley Green, Instructor SMP, July 22, 1974 – Allam Assiniboine, Conservation Officer, July 27, 1976 – Dennis A. Onofrey, Constable #32104, January 23, 1978 – Bruce L. Davis, Constable #30791, January 9, 1979 – Robert C. Logan, Conservation Officer, November 3, 1983 – Werner R. Friesen, Living Unit Officer SMP, July 13, 1984 – Joseph G. Wendl, Living Unit Officer SMP, July 13, 1984 – Robert W.C. Thomas, Special Constable #S2886, March 6, 1986 – Keith M. Barley, Conservation Officer, November 29, 1989 – Malcolm N. Williams, Sergeant #29743, April 28, 1995 – Ken Skwark, Conservation Officer, June 28, 1995 – Peter Magdic, Constable #48139, November 18, 2001 – Dennis Strongquill, Constable #40120, December 21, 2001 – Rhonda Commodore, Correctional Officer, November 6, 2014

22nd Annual MACP Police & Peace Officer Memorial

Sunday, September 27, 2020, at 11:00 am. 

The 22nd MACP Police and Peace Officers Memorial ceremony will be held virtually. We encourage viewing the video below on Sunday, September 27th, 2020 at 11 am in honour of our fallen officers.

 

In 1998 the Government of Canada Proclaimed the last Sunday in September of every year as the Police and Peace Officers National Memorial Day. A service is held annually at 11:00 am on Parliament Hill. Police and Law Enforcement agencies from across Canada and representatives from the Government of Canada attend the ceremony.

On January 17, 2003, Canadian Heritage declared the last Sunday of September of every year as a nation-wide flag half-masting on all federal buildings and establishments in Canada, including the Peace Tower, from sunrise to sunset in honour of our fallen officers. These official proclamations are a fitting sign of respect, not only to those gathered on the hill but also for those who made the ultimate tragic sacrifice to keep our communities safe and our environment protected.

The 2020 Canadian Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial Service will also be held virtually this year and will be live-streamed from Parliament Hill on Sunday, September 27th at https://cppom.ca/live/ on September 27th, 2020 at 10 am Winnipeg time. A preview may also be viewed at https://youtu.be/wab9AsL0MCI.

Fallen But Not Forgotten