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29-Day Challenge: How it Works

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

We were very excited to launch our 3rd annual 29-Day Challenge on Sept. 29th. The campaign is both an online fundraising drive, benefiting the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund, and a safety awareness initiative.

There are three major components to the campaign and here’s a closer look at how they work {read more}

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Take The 29-Day Challenge!

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Stand up for safety and take The 29-Day Challenge, which starts Sept. 29th and runs for 29 days through October. The 29-Day Challenge is an online fundraising drive and safety awareness campaign that supports the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund (JPMF). Those who accept the challenge can support the campaign in 3 ways {read more} {read more}

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Alberta Police & Peace Officers’ Memorial Day this weekend

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Calgary Police Service Const. John Petropoulos will be among the fallen officers recognized during Alberta Police and Peace Officers’ Memorial Day this Sunday, Sept. 28th in Edmonton. Bagpipes and drums will lead marching law enforcement officers to the south grounds of the Alberta Legislature at 1 pm on Sunday. Dignitaries and relatives of fallen officers will lay wreaths at the Pillar of Strength, a monument that serves as a place to honour those police and peace officers that have died in the line of duty since 1876

John passed away in the line of duty on Sept. 29, 2000. He was investigating a break-and-enter complaint when he stepped through a false ceiling, fell nine feet into the lunchroom below and succumbed to brain injuries. There was no safety railing in place – as was required by law – to prevent his fall and there was no intruder in the building. He was 32.

John will have his name read, along with Alberta’s other fallen officers, during Sunday’s ceremonies {read more} {read more}

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