In coordination with the family of fallen Daytona Beach Police Department (DBPD) Officer Jason Raynor, events will be held on Sunday (August 22, 2021) and Monday (August 23, 2021) where respects will be paid to Officer Raynor.
These events are not open to media or the public.
Current and previous law enforcement officers and their significant others are welcome to attend as are any civilian personnel who work or have worked in law enforcement and their significant others.
Anyone from the public who would like to pay their respects to Officer Raynor can visit and leave items anytime at the memorial that’s located outside the front lobby of DBPD headquarters (129 Valor Boulevard). The memorial will be left in place until after the funeral.
221 North Beach Street (News-Journal Center) on August 22, 2021 (Sunday) from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern.
Officer Raynor’s body will lay in repose during the viewing.
The casket will remain closed during the viewing.
Items which have already been donated to the Raynor family will be on display for those attending the viewing.
101 North Atlantic Avenue (Ocean Center) on August 23, 2021 (Monday) at 11:00 a.m. Eastern.
The service is expected to last around an hour and will feature various outdoor elements.
Those include a flyover, the playing of “Taps”, a 21-gun salute and a flag display from the Daytona Beach Fire Department.
Among those speaking during the service will be DBPD Chief Jakari Young and one of Officer Raynor’s family members.
Various dignitaries are expected in attendance, including elected officials.
Officer Raynor’s remains will be cremated following the service.