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ABOUT CHAPTER II
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The Police Unity Tour Inc.
Welcome to the home page for Chapter II of the Police Unity Tour! Chapter II is based in Southern New Jersey.
In May 1997 Florham Park (NJ) Police Officer Pat Montuore had a simple idea: organize a four day bicycle ride from New Jersey to Washington, DC to raise public awareness about law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and to ensure that their sacrifice is never forgotten. With that, the Police Unity Tour was formed.
Twenty-five years later, the Police Unity Tour will arrive at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC, on May 12th, 2021 with more than 2,600 Police Unity Tour participants including riders, motorcycles and support personnel. These individuals are comprised from nine Police Unity Tour Chapters representing more than 40 states and several countries.
The journey is long and challenging. But for the Police Unity Tour participants, it is what they strive for throughout the year. Through fundraising and physical training, they know that their efforts raise awareness of the ultimate sacrifice made by so many law enforcement officers.
The last leg of the journey ends at the Memorial, where the participants are greeted by friends, family and survivors. Once there, many Police Unity Tour members present remembrance bracelets worn on their wrists throughout the journey to the families of the fallen.
This past May, The Police Unity Tour was proud to donate more than $2.05 million to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, bringing their total donations to more than $30 million over their history.
Inspired by our commitment and our Motto, "WE RIDE FOR THOSE WHO DIED"®,The Police Unity Tour is the sponsor of the National Law Enforcement Museum's Hall of Remembrance, the design and installation of electronic directories at the Memorial, the Memorial Fund's Officer of the Month Award and Recently Fallen Alert program.
In 1999, 22 members from Southern New Jersey began Chapter II seeing the need to expand the Unity Tour Family. Since then we have grown from 22 to over 200+ members.
Each year we depart from a southern New Jersey town and continue on with stops in Delaware and Maryland. On the last day we merge with Chapter I (North Jersey) and renew our partnership by riding together to the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Chapter II starts each year by completing a memorial ride in honor of a fallen brother or sister. In 2021 we will continue that tradition by riding from Longport, NJ to Washington, DC.
We are all proud to be part of the Police Unity Tour and we are humbled by the opportunity to "RIDE FOR THOSE WHO DIED"®
Please take the time to look through our website. The Membership Page will answer some frequently asked questions.
The primary purpose of the Police Unity Tour is to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty.
The secondary purpose is to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial and Museum.