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Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
Monument

Sentinel Model’s Incredible Journey

This half-half scale model which stands at approximately four feet tall was recently completed by artist and craftsman David McCalley and is a rendering of the twenty-one glass Sentinels planned for Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial near the Hall of Justice on Allegan Street in Lansing, Michigan, just west of the Capitol. The actual Sentinels will stand an impressive eight feet tall ensuring the memory of our fallen Officers are always remembered with their names engraved into the glass panels. The term Sentinel means “a person or thing that watches or stands as if watching.” The original Monument design was submitted by David Milling Architects in 2007. David Milling Architects has continued with support on this worthwhile endeavor.

Residing at Constitution Hall, the half size Sentinel represents an “Incredible Journey” and is a symbol of being one step closer to raising the Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Always Remembered!

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