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National Police Week 2024: Respect. Honor. Remember.

National Police Week is a time to respect, honor and remember officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice while on the line of duty. We are humbled by the opportunity to share the stories of seven fallen heroes, while recognizing with heartfelt gratitude the millions of others who have devoted their lives to policing.

Painting of Trooper John S. Horton

Master Trp. John Horton
North Carolina Highway Patrol

End of Watch: 01/03/2022

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Painting of Deputy Suzanne Hopper

Deputy Sheriff Suzanne Hopper
Ohio Sheriff’s Office

End of Watch: 01/01/2011

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Officer John P. Kalaman

Officer John P. Kalaman
Centerville PD

End of Watch: 01/12/1998

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Lieutenant Steven Romell Floyd Sr.

Lt. Steven R. Floyd Sr.
Delaware Dept. of Corrections

End of Watch: 02/02/2017

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Officer Roberto Carlos Sanchez

Officer Roberto Carlos Sanchez
Los Angeles PD

End of Watch: 05/03/2014

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Commander Greg Carnicle

Commander Greg Carnicle
Phoenix Police Department

End of Watch: 03/29/2020

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Portrait of Trooper Robert A. Hill Sr.

Senior Trp. Robert A. Hill Sr.
Virginia State Police

End of Watch: 11/24/2006

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Learn more about the fallen heroes we've honored previously

Ofc. Jonny Castro: About the artist

Officer Jonny Castro is a 18-year veteran of the Philadelphia Police Department. Officer Castro has been painting portraits of fallen heroes and victims of crime for the last 8 years, and has completed over 1,400 portraits to date. Each one is painted, printed and shipped out to the families and departments.

Ofc. Jonny Castro, Artist

Philadelphia Police Department

Jonny castro

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