Arts & Museums
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
400 7th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
+1 202 737 3400
The nation's law enforcement officers—federal, state and local, who died in the line of duty are remembered with this memorial in Judiciary Square. Dedicated in 1991, the memorial's blue-gray marble walls contain the names of more than 14,000 officers, the first death dating back to 1794. Designed by local architect Davis Buckley, the memorial sits on three acres of federal park land. Information and tours are available at the adjacent visitor's center, which includes a gift shop.