Posts filed under Half-Staff Notification

Memorial Day 2016

Memorial Day

Reminder that flags fly at at HALF-STAFF on
Memorial Day, May 30, 2016
from Sunrise to NOON.
At noon the flag should proudly fly at full staff. 

 

The proper protocol to flag a flag at half-staff is to briskly run up the flag to the top of the staff before being lowered slowly to the half-staff position. 

 

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Posted on May 27, 2016 and filed under Half-Staff Notification, US Flag.

FLAG HALF-STAFF NOTIFICATION

 

Presidential Proclamation - U.S. Flags are at Half-Staff for Death of Justice Antonin Scalia

Flag flying half-staff

Flags should be flying at half-staff until sunset, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016, in honor of Justice Antonin Scalia, as proclaimed by President Barack Obama. 

Posted on February 16, 2016 and filed under Half-Staff Notification.

Half Staff Notification

Gov. Hickenlooper orders flags lowered for Colorado State Patrol trooper Jaimie Jursevics

 

US flag at half staff

DENVER — Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 Gov. John Hickenlooper today ordered flags be lowered to half-staff on Monday, Nov. 23, on all public buildings statewide in memory of Colorado State Trooper Jaimie Jursevics. Flags should be lowered from sunrise to sunset.

Trooper Jursevics was struck and killed by a suspected DUI driver while assisting with a crash investigation on the evening of November 15, 2015. Jursevics proudly and honorably served Colorado for nearly 5 years. Upon graduation from the Colorado State Patrol academy, she was assigned to the Patrol's Vail post. In September of 2014, she transferred to the Castle Rock troop office.

She is survived by her husband and daughter.

Member of the public are welcome to attend services which will be held Monday, Nov. 23 at 10:30 a.m. at the Denver First Church, 3800 E. Hampden Ave., Englewood.

Posted on November 20, 2015 and filed under US Flag, Half-Staff Notification.

Peace Officer Memorial Day :: Flags Fly at Half-Staff

Peace Officer Memorial day

Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice and Those Who Continue to Serve

Today, in the United States, some 900,000 law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for the safety and protection of others. They serve with valor and distinction – and with great success. Federal statistics show that violent and property crime rates in the United States are at historic lows, thanks in large measure to the dedicated service of the men and women of law enforcement.

That protection comes at a price, however. Each year, there are approximately 60,000 assaults on law enforcement officers, resulting in nearly 16,000 injuries. Sadly, over the last decade, an average of 150 officers a year have been killed in the line of duty. And throughout U.S. history, more than 20,000 law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Today the flag flies at half-staff to honor those who have been lost in the line of duty.

Click here to read the Official Proclamation from the President

Posted on May 15, 2015 and filed under Half-Staff Notification, Events.