Honor Guard

Wayne County Law Enforcement Memorial

Honor Guard Officers with Governor Ted Strickland at the
Wooster Bicentennial Parade


Wooster Bicentennial Parade


The Honor Guard was formed in the spring of 1999, and currently consists of seven members.  Its purpose is to represent the Wooster Police Department by carrying the colors during parades, special events, flag raising ceremonies, and to participate in the funerals of law enforcement officers.
Honor Guard members volunteer their time to practice and participate in events.  Each year since 2001, the Honor Guard has attended and participated in ceremonies during Police Week at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., as well at state and local memorials, parades, and special events.
                                                                    Detective Tony Lemmon         Patrolman Brian Waddell 
Patrolman Brandon Heim         Patrolman Jason Waddell
                                                                    Patrolman Robert Henderson      Auxillary Officer, Sergeant Terry Heim