238 Fallen Officers Honored at the Los Angeles Police Department’s Memorial Ceremony NA22028ah

May 2, 2022

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Memorial Ceremony

Wednesday, May 4, 2022
9:00 a.m.

LAPD Police Headquarters Facility – Courtyard
100 W. First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Media Parking available on Main Street north of First Street. No parking on First Street between Main Street and Spring Street.)

Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
Los Angeles Area Elected Officials
Members of the Los Angeles Police Commission
Los Angeles Police Department Personnel
Family Members of Fallen Officers

The Los Angeles Police Department will host a Memorial Ceremony to honor of the 238 LAPD Officers killed in the line of duty. The ceremony will be attended by LAPD personnel, City officials, members of the community and family members of fallen officers.

Included in the Memorial Ceremony will be a special tribute to LAPD Officers who passed away as the result of complications from COVID-19. Chief Michel Moore will also announce the inclusion of fifteen officers who passed away in 1918/1919, as a result of the Spanish Influenza.

The program will also feature traditional Police Honors; the “roll call” of fallen heroes, a rifle volley, the “missing man” formation helicopter fly-over, the rider less horse, the symbolic sounds of bagpipers playing Amazing Grace, a solo bugler playing Taps and a time-honored “End of Watch Broadcast.” At the conclusion of the program, family members will place a long-stem rose near their loved one’s name plate at the newly renovated Memorial Wall.

For more information, please contact Police Officer Sara Faden, Office of the Chief of Staff, at (213) 486-8740. In addition, Police Officer Annie Hernandez, a Spanish speaking Public Information Officer, will be available to coordinate interviews. For additional information, please call LAPD Media Relations Division at (213) 486-5910.