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on 04/09/2004 at 12:44

A great achievement and a fitting tribute to those that gave their lives. Well done.
 
on 24/08/2004 at 13:38

I began my service in January 2004 Although I have not been on the beat for a long time I am more and more aware of the dangers and threats that we all face on a daily basis and my heartfelt sympathy goes to all of the friemds and familys connected and well done to all conected with putting this site out there for people to visit. Paul Daly
 
on 11/08/2004 at 17:34

Our precious loving dad PC George Taylor was murdered whilst on duty on 30th November 1976 - He was only 27 years old. It left my mum to bring up the four of us alone. Hard going considering our ages varied from 11mths to 8 years but she has done a sterling job. We will never forget that night! But we are so proud of him - A HERO in every sense of the word. Our thoughts are with all those Police families who have lost their loved ones. Dad love you always and forever.
 
on 25/07/2004 at 20:47

Congratulations on your memorial. It is nice to see endeavours finally come into reality. All the best. Please feel free to visit my website at www.ricktaylor.ca. It is my own way to memoralize fellow police officers.
 
on 18/07/2004 at 19:02

Proud of the Brothers and Sisters in the Line of Duty All over the World...A Texas Cop
 
on 01/07/2004 at 22:28

I know this memorial has been a dream of Jim McNultys for many years and it is great to see it finally taking shape. I first heard him speak of it in 1999 and I saw his great enthusiasm and commitment to it so it is no suprise to me that it is finally being erected in memory of the many brave UK officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice. I hope one day to visit it and honor my UK brothers and sisters.
 
on 23/05/2004 at 05:26

I am related to Sergeant Alan Gordon in fact I was named after him. It is always good to see the names of those whom were lost so they cannot be forgotten.
 
on 03/05/2004 at 23:53

HAVING JOINED LOTHIAN AND BORDERS POLICE 1 YEAR AGO THIS WEEK I WAS TOLD BY MY EX BOSS THAT I WOULD ONLY LAST 3 MONTHS WELL I AM STILL HERE AND STILL SERVING MY COUNTRY THE BEST WAY IKNOW HOW. WITH THE DEDICATION AND SUPPORT OF THIS SITE AND C.O.P.S. KNOW THAT MY DESCISION TO JOIN THE FORCE WAS CORRECT I KNOW THAT EVENIF I LOSE MY OERSONAL FIGHT MY FAMILY WILL ALWAYS BE CARED FOR. THANK YOU ALL.
 
on 10/01/2004 at 00:01

Best wishes to all at the Scottish Police Memorial Trust. We look forward to the completion of your much needed memorial and will do all we can to assist with the research to ensure all our fallen coleagues are never again forgotten. Kind Regards
 
on 28/12/2003 at 16:24

Found out about the proposed memorial in the Edinburgh Evening News and it is great news that this is happening. I am a grand son of Constable Robert Munro Leith Police Station Killed on duty in Leith Docks April 1920. As my father was only 7 months old at the time I have little or no information on this. Can any body point me in the right direction ?
 
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