Honor Guard

The ICSO Honor Guard Unit (ICSO HG)

The ICSO Honor Guard Unit (ICSO HG) represents the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office, Deputies, Correctional Officers and their families at Law Enforcement Ceremonial Events. Events include Law Enforcement funerals, parades, and ceremonial occasions either solemn or festive.

Honor Guards Units

Military history reveals that Honor Guards Units have been a part of its rich traditions for centuries. The members of the ICSO HG Unit have committed themselves to continue these traditions and to being the integral part of the department’s support mechanism for families of fallen officers.

Members of the ICSO HG Unit

Members of the ICSO HG Unit attend a rigorous two week Honor Guard Academy in which they learn standardized protocols for uniformity in the conduct of drill and ceremonies. Members continue this precision art, attention to detail with monthly training as they have grown to be a well equipped and trained Honor Guard Unit that is frequently called upon to represent the Imperial County Sheriff’s Office.

The ICSO HG Unit regularly participates in the Imperial Valley Law

services that pay tribute to fallen officers in the County of Imperial.

The ICSO HG Unit


Duties of an ICSO HG member include:
Other Honor Guard ceremonial events include:
  • Drill and Ceremony
  • Imperial County Sheriff’s Office Annual Inspection
  • Color Guard
  • Government Grand Opening Ceremonies
  • Rifle Volleys (21 Gun Salute)
  • State and Local Police Memorial Services
  • Pall Bearers/ Casket Carry
  • Community Events
  • Honor Watch
  • Parades
  • Flag Folding


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