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KSP to honor fallen officers at public memorial service

By Les Williams

The Kentucky State Police will hold a Memorial Service (open to the public) on Monday, May 21, at 5pmCT at the Kentucky State Police Training Academy, 380 Coffee Tree Road, Frankfort, KY.

Kentucky Justice Cabinet Secretary John Tilley, KSP Commissioner Richard Sanders, Kentucky Dept. of Criminal Justice Training Commissioner Alex Payne, Karen Leonard (mother of the late KSP Trooper Jonathan Leonard), KSP command staff, family and friends of the fallen, general public.

The memorial service, roll call and taps and wreath-laying ceremony will recognize the 29 KSP Troopers, one Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer, one KSP Water Patrol Officer and six Kentucky Highway Patrolmen who have died in the line of duty.

This story was posted on 2018-05-18 09:02:58
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