The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum
“Preserving the History of Law Enforcement in the Greater Cincinnati Area”
The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum wishes to pay tribute to those who are serving in the active duty Military, and those who have paid the ultimate price, while also a member of Law Enforcement. For those who are currently serving,and for those who have served, we say “thank you for your service”.
The Gold Star is assigned to a member of law enforcement who has been killed in action (KIA) while serving in the active duty military. A Blue Star is assigned to a member of law enforcement who is currently serving in the active duty military.
|Motor Patrolman Earle H. Biddle, Jr.||Pharmacist’s Mate 2/C Naval Reserves||Activated December 5, 1942||WWII II||KIA May 14, 1945 Okinawa,|
|Police Officer Anthony C. Campbell, Jr.||Technical Sergeant, U. S. Air Force Res.||Activated July 6, 2009||War on Terror||KIA December 15, 2009|
|Cincinnati Police Officer Travis Brown||Master Sergeant, United States Air Force||Activated April 1, 2016||War on Terror|
|Cincinnati Police Officer William Cornaccione||Sergeant, National Guard||Activated May 4, 2019||War on Terror|
|Cincinnati Police Officer William Ward||Sergeant, National Guard||Activated April 3, 2019||War on Terror|
|Cincinnati Police Officer Joseph Carney||National Guard||Activated August 26, 2018||War on Terror|
If you are currently serving on active duty in the Military while a member of any Greater Cincinnati law enforcement agency, or know of anyone who is, please send this information to the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum at email@example.com.
Veterans Care Guide
The Veteran Care Guide is designed to help veterans and/or their surviving spouses determine their eligibility, explain how to apply for benefits and cover the various veteran care options.
LEO Honor Flight
On October 24th, 2017 Tri-State Honor Flight provided the Nations’s first Honor Flight that recognized U.S. Veterans who were honorably discharged from the United States Military and also served a full career as law enforcement officers.