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The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is centered in the 400 block of E Street, NW, and is the nation's monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal...more
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Been to DC several times; but during this last trip, this was in the top of My “to do” list. It was a little hard to find, not a lot of locals knew exactly where it was located, but when I finally got there, it...More
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is a living memorial. It changes every year when newly fallen officers, men and women, are added to the list of those who sacrificed their life in the service to their community and country. As such, you'll see active...More
Our visit to this memorial was so meaningful for our LEO family. My husband was able to find the names of several other LEOs friends who have died in the line of duty. We are so glad we took time to visit here and pay...More
Early on Saturday morning, the place is mostly empty and quiet with warming sunshine and evening's moisture still in the air. Concrete engraved with the names of LEOs line the park, headed by what I assume is a water fountain, though no water run through...More
This is a fitting tribute to the men and women in law enforcement who have lost their lives. There is a guide book on site to help locate the names on the wall. This is helpful if you know someone who's been honored on the...More
Extremely meaningful, listing the name and department of every law enforcement officer (local, regional, state, and Federal) who ever died in the line of duty in the history of the country. If you are looking for a specific name, you must consult one of the...More
Only on street parking is available near the memorial. Weekday / daytime is busy with D.C. Traffic. The metro train has a stop right under the memorial if you decide to park on the outskirts at a metro train parking lot. We... More
Only on street parking is available near the memorial. Weekday / daytime is busy with D.C. Traffic. The metro train has a stop right under the memorial if you decide to park on the outskirts at a metro train parking lot. We booked D.C. Trails tour bus (hop on hop off) and walked several blocks to the LE memorial. Good luck.