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Posted on: May 9, 2019

Hanover Township Police Department participates in 2019 Police Unity Tour

Two police officers posing in front of police pick-up truck loaded with bicycles for charity bicycle

On Thursday, May 9th, five Hanover Township Police Officers riding bicycles joined fellow law enforcement personnel in departing from the Target parking lot in East Hanover for this year’s Police Unity Tour that raises awareness for Police Officers who died in the line of duty. The Unity Tour also raises money for the National Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial and Museum.

The officers will make a 300-mile trek all the way to Washington D.C. for the Police Memorial Service that is held on May 13th. 

Two police officers posing in front of police pick-up truck loaded with bicycles for charity bicycle


From left to right: Hanover Township Police Chief Mark Roddy and Officer Tim Franks gear up for the 2019 Police Unity Tour.


Hanover Township officers pause for a photo before setting off from the Target parking lot in East Hanover for this year’s Police Unity Tour.

From left to right: Lieutenant Ryan Williams, Officer Tim Franks, Chief Mark Roddy, Officer Ed Zakrzewski, and Officer Eric Prach.

5 police officers pose for a photo in their bicycle uniforms before beginning their charity bicycle

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