SDPD Honor One is a mobile tribute and monument to all of the men and women of the San Diego Police Department that lost their lives in the line-of-duty. This vehicle attends various public safety memorials, community events and law enforcement ceremonies.
SDPD Honor One started using an actual patrol vehicle and was outfitted with additional lighting equipment and features images from the memorial monument of the San Diego Police Department, the California Peace Officer’s Memorial and the National Law Enforcement Memorial. The names of each of the fallen officers from the San Diego Police Department are featured on the hood.
SDPD Officer Jonathan DeGuzman was killed in the line-of-duty in July 2016. His name will be added to the state and national memorials during May 2017. SDPD Honor One will travel to Sacramento and Washington, DC to honor the service and sacrifice of Officer DeGuzman.
SDPD Honor One will stop at law enforcement memorials in Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
The SDPOA is accepting donations to help offset the expenses required for SDPD Honor One’s travel across the country.
Days after being unveiled in April 2015 in front of the San Diego Police Memorial Monument, SDPD Honor One left to attend memorial ceremonies in Sacramento and Washington, DC. Along the way, SDPD Honor One and the three person crew stopped at various law enforcement memorials in Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Texas and Arizona to pay their respects on behalf of the San Diego POA for the fallen officers from that state.