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Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial


The Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial sits on the grounds of the Oregon Public Safety Academy in Salem. The monument features a curved granite wall, representing the survivors' lives with the ones they lost; another wall with the names of the deceased, depicting the deaths themselves; and trees, representing the lives of those left behind after their loss.

The memorial honors more than 160 Oregon law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty, some dating back to the 1880s. It recognizes those from all agencies, including city, county, and state police officers; county and state corrections officers; parole and probation officers; and other local, state, and federal law enforcement agents and officers.





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Prisoner Radicalization
By Dennis A. Ballas
Authorities need to be aware of the potential for prisoners to embrace a radical form of Islam.

Increasing Organizational Leadership Through the Police Promotional Process
By Patrick J. Hughes
The promotional process can impact a law enforcement agency's organizational leadership and commitment.

Investigating and Prosecuting Hidden-Compartment Cases
By Todd F. Prough and Robert Veiga
Law enforcement agencies can be successful in these crucial investigations.

Leadership Spotlight
Table Manners

Police Practice
Energy Conservation as a Budget Multiplier

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