Take a 360 degree tour of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial!
Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal, state, and local law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and protection of our nation and its people. There are more than 20,000 names carved on the Memorial's marble walls, dating back to 1791.
New names of fallen officers are added to the monument each spring, and formally dedicated during the annual Candlelight Vigil. The Memorial is centered in the 400 block of E Street NW, in Washington, DC's historic Judiciary Square neighborhood, and is visited by nearly a quarter million people annually.
After you follow the link above, click on the Walking Tour map icon to enlarge the map, and then select a red dot location on the map to begin a virtual tour of the Memorial. To minimize the map, click on it again. Select the "i" for an information popup for each location on the walking tour. Click on the popup to minimize it. Note: Each officer's name is associated with a panel and line number. Panels on the West (W) and East (E) walls are numbered from 1 to 64 (the panel number is engraved at the bottom of each panel).
View an officer's name on the Memorial wall.
HOW TO LOCATE A NAME
Each name is associated with a panel and line number. Panels on the west (W) and east (E) walls are numbered from 1 to 64 (the panel number is engraved at the bottom of each panel). Line 1 is at the top of each panel; count down to locate the line you are looking for. For example,
Panel 20-W, Line 16 refers to the 16th line on the 20th panel of the west wall.