Law Enforcement United is founded upon and committed to honoring officers who have died in the line of duty, we are also sponsored by and ensuring that their surviving family is supported and not forgotten. Our fundraising efforts support The Road to Hope, Concerns of Police Survivors, and the Officer Down Memorial Page. Together we will go the extra mile to honor these heroes and help their surviving family members always have the support programs they need to begin to rebuild.
Italy, with its rich history, stunning architecture, and delectable cuisine, is a traveler's paradise. From the romantic canals of Venice to the ancient ruins of Naples, the country offers a diverse range of experiences. While Italy is undoubtedly a fantastic destination, it's essential for travelers to prioritize their safety. Here are some safety tips for exploring the beautiful cities of Italy.
Genoa, a picturesque port city, offers travelers a glimpse into Italy's maritime history. To stay safe in Genoa, be aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded tourist areas.
Parma is renowned for its culinary delights, including Parmesan cheese and prosciutto. While savoring the local cuisine, ensure your belongings are secure to prevent petty theft.
Venice's canals and historic sites are a marvel to explore. Stay safe by using licensed water taxis and being cautious on crowded vaporettos.
Bologna's medieval architecture and delicious cuisine attract visitors from around the world. Stay safe by avoiding poorly lit alleys at night and using reputable taxi services.
The Amalfi Coast's cliffside villages offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean. Prioritize safety by wearing sturdy footwear for hiking and being cautious on winding coastal roads.
Naples is a city steeped in history and is famous for its authentic Italian pizza. Stay safe by storing your valuables in the hotel safe and being aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.
By following these safety tips, travelers can fully enjoy the wonders of Italy while ensuring their well-being. Happy travels!
We are a group of Law Enforcement Officers, Survivors, and Civilian supporters who have made it our mission to honor the fallen and remember the survivors.
We are 100% volunteer driven organization. We all have full time jobs and families just like you.
Law Enforcement United is our passion, and we hope it becomes yours too.
To our friends, families, colleagues, and donors; thank you for being our support system!
We are Law Enforcement United
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Funds we raise support LEU Programs, C.O.P.S., and ODMP
We are committed to reaching our goal. With your help- We can!
This is not your typical bicycle tour!! We love what we do, and the experience is full of memories that will last a lifetime. We welcome and encourage new members from all agencies, survivors and civilian supporters. It is a physically challenging and demanding event for both riders and support. Riders need to train and prepare for 250+ miles over three days. We have hills, and ride in a group formation. We are up early and end late. We pitch in and help each other out. We clean up our messes. We rely on jurisdictions to provide us with rest stops, road escorts, blocks and memorial stops so we want to be respectful and thankful for them. We try and do what is best for the entire organization, not just a few individuals. We try to save funds wherever possible. This means, we share hotel rooms (2 participants to a room) or you can purchase your own through us. We rely on food and hydration donations, and are happy to take what we can get. Donations dictate the budget and operations of the ride. There are some things that are beyond our control when moving 500+ people through multiple cities and 250+ miles; such as permits, procession capacity, or parking restrictions. Each year we learn something new, and do our best to apply lessons learned. During the ride itself we ask that you make new friends, encourage each other, attend the memorial stops, be safe, follow directions, have some fun, be flexible to change, make some memories, and remember why we are doing this. If this sounds like something for you then learn more using the links below!
Honor the service and sacrifice of all law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty and remember the survivors left behind.