Watch this video that shows the hard work and dedication it takes to make sure our fallen law enforcement officers are honored in the Museum’s Hall of Remembrance.
Earlier this month, I sent you an email about a son visiting his father’s story at the Fallen Officer Kiosks in the National Law Enforcement Museum. The kiosks are part of the Hall of Remembrance, where visitors can also find a beautiful wall of portraits dedicated to the officers who were added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial that year. The wall is inscribed with a single word: Remember.
Remembering our fallen officers is one of the core missions of this organization, and the Museum helps us achieve this with every visitor who walks in. This spring, we replaced the portraits from 2018 with the new officers whose names are engraved on the Memorial, a process that took three people more than two days.
The Hall of Remembrance is just one more way we make sure our mission and values are achieved every day. I hope you’ll be able to stop by the Museum to see the portraits honoring the sacrifice of our law enforcement officers.
Chief Executive Officer
National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum