Since 1749 and the creation of the Bow Street Runners as the world’s first recognised Police Service, more than 4,000 men and women have given their lives to serve and protect our communities in the United Kingdom.

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Pc Keith Palmer
Metropolitan Police Officer PC Keith Palmer.
The murder of PC Keith Palmer at the gates of Parliament on 22nd March 2017 reminds us all of the selfless acts and bravery of our police officers who lay down their lives to protect our freedoms and keep us from harm.
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The UK Police Memorial will be the first of its kind in the world to bring together the physical and digital into one powerful experience; using imagery, audio and video to pay tribute, honour, remember and educate.

It will bring to life the stories of those who have been killed on duty.


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