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IN LOVING TRIBUTE

About 100 police officers and city officials attended the site

dedication of the new Glendale Police Officer’s Memorial Tuesday. The

memorial will be on the east side of the new police headquarters, which

is under construction across Wilson Avenue from the current police

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headquarters. The purpose of the memorial is to honor the four Glendale

Police officers who have died in the line of duty, and the ongoing police

work in the city. Last year in America, 158 police officers died while on

duty. Scheduled to open in May 2003, the memorial will feature a 9-foot

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“heroic bronze” sculpture by artist H.L. Snowden. “It is only fitting we

pay tribute to their service with this world-class piece of art,” Mayor

Rafi Manoukian said.


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