National Police Support Fund Proud to Sponsor 2019 National Police Week

United States, Virginia, Alexandria – 05-18-2019 ( — National Police Support Fund, a national political organization that was founded as a response to the growth of a pervasive anti-police movement in the United States, was in attendance at National Police Week in Washington D.C. May 13 – 15, 2019. In addition to attending, the organization was announced as a sponsor of the annual event.

National Police Week has become a staple event each year to celebrate and network with dedicated and hardworking law enforcement officers from all corners of the United States. This was National Police Support Fund’s third straight year attending the event and is excited to be more involved this year.The organization’s Executive Director, Simon Lewis, said: “We are proud to be a sponsor of this year’s National Police Week, hosted by DC FOP Lodge #1. We’re always looking for ways to support our nation’s police officers, and this great annual tradition is just another way we can stand in solidarity.”Through attending and sponsoring National Police Week, the organization hopes to contribute to a week of camaraderie, networking, memorialization, and hope. It also hopes to continue to share its message of representing America’s police officers’ best interests in the political process. To learn more about the mission of the National Police Support fund, visit its website at: learn more about the 2019 National Police Week, visit

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