The purpose of the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum is to honor the role of law enforcement, in service to society, by recognizing the sacrifices and valor of law enforcement, educating the community, and making it safer for those who serve.
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Fitness and Health
Officer Rank: Corporal
Department: Alto (GA) P.D.
End of Watch: 10/08/2021
Cause: Other: COVID-19
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Search the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial for the names of the Official Line-of-Duty Fallen Heroes – those whose names are engraved on the Memorial wall to be remembered and revered forever.