Thousands will gather this month at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., and other memorials around the United States to observe National Police Week (May 9-15) and remember officers who died in the line of duty. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund reports that it will add 362 names to the memorial wall this year; 145 died in the line of duty in 2003. Cover photo ©2001 Brand X Pictures; inset photo courtesy National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
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