Memorial Plaza

The Protector
The Protector is a dramatic and visible symbol of law enforcement at it’s best. This positive image is located at the Hamilton Police Department, 331 South Front Street as a memorial for officers killed in the line of duty.

The Protector was originally created for Chief Andrew Revering and the Anoka City Police Department in 1987. It depicts a uniformed officer holding the hand of a small child and symbolizes all that is honorable in our profession.

A gracious donation was given to the department by Donna and Pat Carruthers for the creation of a customized version of this everlasting memorial.

The Hamilton Police Department's statue was customized by Brodin Studios Inc. to reflect in detail our uniform.
Memorial Plaza
Pavers
If you would like to be a part of our history you can contact us at 513-868-5811, extension 2007, and purchase the personalized pavers to be placed around the statue.

If you are purchasing a personalized brick paver for the plaza area, the cost is $50.00 per brick.
Challenge Coin
The Hamilton Police Department and our Police Memorial Committee are pleased to provide you with the first ever Limited Edition Hamilton Police Department Challenge Coin. It was presented in conjunction with the dedication of our Police Memorial. Read the history of the Challenge Coin.

If you would like to purchase this historical coin, they are $10 each. Please contact the Public Affairs Section at 513-868-5811, ext. 2007 to purchase.
Miniature Replica Statues
Replica statues are available from Brodin Studios. The officer on the statue is 6" tall, mounted on a walnut stand, and include a replica badge and engraved plaque. Orders will be taken directly from Brodin Studios at 1-800-274-5194. The cost per statue is $215 plus shipping. Price is current as of July 13, 2015, but is subject to change.