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Photos: Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Ceremony


May 14, 2012

On Monday, May 14, 2012, the Department will host a law enforcement officer memorial ceremony in Yates Auditorium at the Stuart Udall Department of the Interior Building. The ceremony is a time to give thanks to the 4,000 law enforcement officers who serve in the Department of the Interior and to pay special tribute to the 139 DOI officers that have died in the line of duty since the Department’s founding in 1849.


  • National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis speaks at the 2012 DOI Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. Tami A. Heilemann-Office of Communications
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  • Law enforcement officers applaud at the 2012 DOI Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony Tami A. Heilemann-Office of Communications
    Law Enforcement Officers applaud at the 2012 DOI Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
  • Law enforcement officers give thanks to the 4,000 law enforcement officers who serve in the Department in a wreath laying ceremony. Tami A. Heilemann-Office of Communications
    Wreath laying for the law enforcement memorial ceremony.
  • Bagpiper plays to memorialize fallen law enforcement officers. Tami A. Heilemann-Office of Communications
    Bagpiper plays to memorialize fallen law enforcement officers.
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  • Law Enforcement Officers applaud at the 2012 DOI Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
  • Wreath laying for the law enforcement memorial ceremony.
  • Bagpiper plays to memorialize fallen law enforcement officers.