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National Law Enforcement Memorial
Washington, DC

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is the nation’s monument to its law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.  There are nearly 19,000 officers who’s names appear on the stone walls of the memorial.  Each spring in conjunction with National Police Week the names of the officers killed in the line of duty from the previous year are added to the walls.

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