In the Media

National police memorial unveiled

PUBLISHED April 26, 2005

Thousands of police officers killed in the line of duty will be honoured with a National Police Memorial in central London, to be unveiled by the Queen.

The column, made of marble and glass and containing the names of 1,600 officers, is positioned in The Mall.
Designed by architect Norman Foster and artist Per Arnoldi, the tribute is the brainchild of director Michael Winner.