Prince Charles leads memorial to fallen police officers

October 4, 2016

According to BBC News:

Police officers who “paid the ultimate sacrifice” by dying in the line of duty have been commemorated at a service…

About 2,000 people attended the National Police Memorial Day ceremony, led by Prince Charles.

The Prince of Wales said the “security challenges of today” emphasised the importance of the police.

Prince Charles, who is a patron of the National Police Memorial Day charity, wrote…: “For many of us, the security challenges of today further underscore the importance of the Police and their ongoing commitment to protecting us all, despite the inevitable risks that they face on a daily basis.”

To read the entire article on BBC News, please click here.

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