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Police Memorials
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This category is in commemoration to all law enforcement personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty. This category is for marking all police, law enforcement, peace officer, and corrections officer memorials worldwide.
Expanded Description:

Law enforcement work can be one of most dangerous in the world. They risk their lives and health every day for the safety and protection of citizens. They help people through hard times and take ridicule from the disrespectful. It takes a very special person to be in law enforcement.

Here are links to just a few of the many memorials in the world:
Port Authority
The National Police Memorial dedicated to police officers of the United Kingdom
Canadian Police and Peace Officer's Memorial
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Memorial
Australian National Police Memorial
Baltimore Police Memorial
American Police Hall of Fame Memorial
Missouri Memorial
Macomb City Police Memorial
Hagerstown Police Memorial
Henrico County Police Memorial


Instructions for Posting a Police Memorials Waymark:

Marks accepted for this category are all memorials dedicated to fallen law/peace enforcement officers. The memorial must be stationary and permanent. Stationary means the memorial does not move to different locations. A memorial with moving parts is accepted.

It can include plaques mounted to vertical and horizontal structures. It can also include a memorial dedicated to multiple categories of employment as long as a law enforcement officer is listed as part of the memorial and was serving in the line of duty during the incident.

Memorial roadways, bridges, and other infrastructure are also accepted. Since memorial roadways can be very long, multiple marks are permitted for the same roadway as long as the coordinates and default pictures are taken at or near the memorial sign/monument.

Write details about the purpose of this memorial in your description.

Include any links to websites that have information about the memorial.

Naming requirements:
- Use the name of the memorial as the name of the waymark. Keep it as close to the original name as possible.

Photographing requirements:

  • At least one non-copyrighted photo (a picture taken by yourself) of the memorial is required for the default image. Post pictures of the surrounding area if they include any other plaques or monuments pertaining to this one. Other photos of the surrounding area are encouraged.
  • Include clear photographs of any plaques pertaining to this memorial so that others can read what it says.
  • Clear, good resolution photographs are required.


Instructions for Visiting a Waymark in this Category:

Please submit a photo(s) taken by you of your visit to the location (non-copyrighted photos only). GPS photos are also accepted with the location in the background, and old vacation photos are accepted. If you are not able to provide a photo, then please describe your visit or give a story about the visit.


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Law enforcement memorial in I-94 west bound rest area near Millston, Wisconsin

posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS

location: Wisconsin

date approved: 8/24/2008

last visited: 8/8/2015

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Sgt. Joseph Bergeron was fatally shot near this point on May 1, 2010 while responding to a report of a carjacking. Another police officer, Dave Longbehn, of the St. Paul Police sustained a broken nose and other head injuries during the event.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member rosebud55112

location: Minnesota

date approved: 3/25/2013

last visited: never

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