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A.G. Van Hollen To Speak At Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony

 

MADISON - Once a year a special time is set aside for the remembrance of those we cannot thank enough all year long: Wisconsin law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty, and their families.

 

Friday, May 8

Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
State Capitol
North Hamilton Street entrance to the Capitol

Noon

 

This year two names will be added to the memorial at the ceremony. Iron County Sheriff's Chief Deputy John Sealy who was shot and killed in the line of duty on February 28, 1906 and Racine Police Department Detective John Harms who died from injuries he sustained in a traffic crash on November 18, 1918.

 

The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial was established by Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial, Inc. The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial, Inc. (WLEM) was first formed in 1990 and hosted the first Annual Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in the State Capitol Rotunda in May, 1991.