Officer Down Tribute

Panton Mill Park, South Elgin


Thursday, May 19th –¬†Sunday, May 22nd
Panton Mill Park, South Elgin

Come see the Flags of Honor to honor fallen law enforcement officers. Flags will be displayed 24/7 starting on Thursday, May 19th, and ending on May 22nd. Each evening will conclude with a special 30-minute ceremony.

These ceremonies will include:

      • National Anthem
      • Welcome – True Patriots Care
      • Opening Benediction
      • IL C.O.P. S. and 100 Club of IL remarks
      • Wreath Laying
      • Survivor Guest Speaker
      • Rifle Salute
      • Taps
      • Amazing Grace – Solo Bagpiper
      • Closing Benediction

In addition to the flag display, we will be hosting various events throughout the weekend including a 5k run/walk and a motorcycle run. 

Saturday, May 21st

5k Walk/Run
Registration 6:45 -7:45
Start 8 am
Led by Running 4 Heroes CEO Zechariah Cartledge

Police Touch-A-Truck 11 am

Ceremony 12 pm

Sunday, May 22nd

Officer Down Motorcycle Run out of Woodstock Harley
Registration 8-10:30 am
Jiffy Stands Up 10:45 am

Closing Ceremony 1 pm

Sponsorship & Advertising Opportunities 

This presents an amazing opportunity to advertise your business and support fallen law enforcement officers in our communities.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to IL C.O.P.S and 100 Club of IL.


The Illinois Concerns of Police Survivors is a non-profit (c)(3) organization that provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal criteria. Illinois C.O.P.S provides emotional and financial support as well as legal assistance to survivors of fallen officers. Illinois Concerns of Police Survivors responds after line of duty deaths to support the surviving family members. We offer support as long as needed to all survivors. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, support is just a phone call away.

EIN: 20-2297979


Founded in 1966, the 100 Club of Illinois is an Illinois not-for-profit (501)(c) (3) charitable organization that provides resources, several forms of financial support, access to training, and moral support to both the families of first responders killed in the line of duty and active duty first responders throughout the state of Illinois. All sworn federal, state, county and local first responders stationed in Illinois are included.

EIN: 36-618087