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  • Fallen Officer Tribute
    Updated On: Sep 11, 2015

    “It was their duty to serve. It is ours to remember.”

    In honor of law enforcement officers who have died in service to the residents of Miami-Dade County, the Dade County PBA commissioned the “Fallen Officer Tribute” to serve as a visual reminder of the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers, members of our community, who gave their lives so that we could live in peace.

    The Dade County PBA’s “Fallen Officer Tribute” is on display each September in the lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center (111 NW 1 Street). Along with life size photographs and informational boards, the lobby is filled with mannequins representing every fallen officer across Miami-Dade County. Each mannequin is wearing a black t-shirt  with the words “I Died for You”.  Each shirt is also inscribed with the fallen officer’s name and date of death.

    Our fallen officers represent departments from across the County. The names of their departments were left off symbolically to represent unity. It doesn’t matter what agency an officer works for because they all share the same calling and paid the ultimate sacrifice.

    It takes a special person to walk down a dark alley uncertain of what awaits at the end; or to advance into a gunfight when common sense and self-preservation say otherwise. It is our officers, these special people, who are the ones running into danger when everyone else is running from it.

    These brave men and women were coaches, volunteers, loving family members, friends and our neighbors. Representing ever race and every gender, they entered law enforcement because they wanted to give back. They wanted to serve their community and make it a better, safer place for all of us.

    “It was their duty to serve. It is ours to remember.”

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