The next PES Meeting will be

Wednesday June 3, 2019, 7:30 p.m.

 at The Key Brewing Company

​ 2500 Grays Rd, Dundalk, MD 21222

This will be the meeting where we award our scholarships


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Dear PESB Members,

Please see the below press release from the National Conference of Law Enforcement Emerald Societies.  Active sworn police officers are invited and encouraged to march in full dress uniform with the PESB Honor Guard and members.  Detectives and retired officers are asked to wear a business suit.

Muster location date/time:
Stage Area/ line up no later than 5:30pm at New Jersey Ave and F street NW. Look for PESB Honor Guard or ask marshal for PES Baltimore area.
Step Off at 6pm. March route is New Jersey Ave;. E street NW to the NLEOM.

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Press release:
The National Conference of Law Enforcement Emerald Societies is pleased to announce the 25th Annual Memorial March on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 7pm.

The Memorial March and Service started in 1995 has become a signature event during Police Week activities in Washington DC. The march starts at 6 pm at on Capitol Hill at New Jersey Avenue and F street NW. The march proceeds along E street and enters the NLEOM on the south side at E Street. The march procession will include; Pipe-bands, Emerald Societies, Honor Guards, antiques police cars/motorcycles from across the United States and Canada.

At 7 pm, a Memorial Service will begin with opening tunes from public safety pipe-bands to include members from; police/fire/law enforcement/sheriffs and emerald societies. This is the largest contingent of mass pipe-bands during the Police Week activities. The 2019 host pipe-band is the Irish-American Police Officers Association of Massachusetts Pipes & Drums. Various political and law enforcement dignitaries will speak at the service. At the end of the service, two wreaths are placed at the badge at the center of the memorial.

The Memorial Service not only pays tribute to fallen Irish-American Law Enforcement Officers but all officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice. Over the years, Members of Congress, Chiefs of Police, as well as local, state and Federal leaders have been in attendance. The service has also received nationwide media attention by being featured on a special edition of “America Most Wanted” hosted by John Walsh.

The National Conference of Law Enforcement Emerald Societies (NCLEES) which sponsors the Memorial March and Service was started in 1995. Lt. Michael Newton is the current President of NCLEES, is a 38-year veteran of the Baltimore City Police Department and is currently assigned as a Shift Commander of the Homicide Unit. NCLEES has over seventy chapters comprised of law enforcement and firefighters from around the country. NCLEES also has chapters in Canada and United Kingdom.

On May 14, 2019, at 10am, The National Conference of Law Enforcement Emerald Societies will host its 25th annual conference at the Hyatt-Regency Hotel (Capitol Hill) at 415-New Jersey Ave.

Memorial March
May 14, 2019 (Tuesday)
Stage Area/ line up at 5pm at New Jersey Ave and F street NW

Step Off at 6pm. March route is New Jersey Ave;. E street NW to the NLEOM.

Service at NLEOM is at 7pm-8:15pm.