What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world,
and is immortal.
YOUR SUPPORT IS VITAL IN HONORING THOSE PEACE OFFICERS WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR LIVES IN THE LINE OF DUTY WHILE SERVING THE RESIDENTS OF ORANGE COUNTY.
The Orange County Chiefs’ of Police and Sheriff’s Association and the Sheriff’s Advisory Council are in the construction stage of a new Orange County Peace Officers Memorial Monument in Tustin. The new Monument will honor the 52 law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the line of duty in Orange County. Years of meetings, research, design and fundraising have led us to create the design for a beautiful memorial with walls of honor, history walls, water features, life size bronze statuary as well as appropriate areas for rest and reflection. The new Memorial Monument includes a prominent path approaching the monument, the ‘Walk of Heroes’. The Walk of Heroes is designed to display a limited number of commemorative brick pavers. Purchasing one or more commemorative pavers will allow you the opportunity to demonstrate your dedication to and support for law enforcement in Orange County.
The wicked flee when no man pursueth:
but the righteous are as bold as a lion...
The Orange County Sheriff's Regional Training Academy and
are located at
15991 Armstrong Avenue
Tustin, California 92782
OC Peace Officers' Memorial Credits
Retired Orange County Sheriff's Department Assistant Sheriff Pete Gannon
Orange County Sheriff's Advisory Council President: Steve Alford
Orange County Sheriff's Advisory Council Executive Administrator: Marilyn MacDougall
Design Architect: Stewart Woodard
History Wall Sculptor: Tom Van Sant
Bronze Statues Sculptors: Eugene Daub and Rob Firmin
General Contractor: Gary Brittain
Other credits: Kae Ewing, Jim Allen, Joe Carruth