Honor Guard Unit dates back to as early as 1968 and was established
to represent the Winter Park Police Department, its officers
and families at police funerals, parades and other ceremonial
of the Honor Guard must be proficient at precision marching,
flag standards, the US Military Manual of Arms, the intricacies
of choreography and funeral standards. They must also have the
ability to stand at attention or at parade rest or funerary rest
for extended periods.
The Winter Park Police Department’s
current Honor Guard was formed in 1999. Since that time, the
Honor Guard has participated in numerous activities throughout
the City. The Unit also participates every May in three annual
Law Enforcement Memorials; One at the county level, one at the
state level, and the National Memorial in Washington DC.
of the Honor Guard is the Color Guard which is a five person
guard that is used to present the colors at any given function.
The Color Guard has participated in openings at sporting events,
openings for charity functions, openings for businesses within
the City, and funerals. They also participate in the local Christmas
Parade and Saint Patrick’s Day parade every year on Park
Honor guard members have two separate
uniforms that are used for different times of the year and different
If you need any further information
or wish to have the Honor Guard participate in a function, please
contact Officer Lina Strube via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Honor Guard Members