A Law Enforcement Memory Garden has been unveiled at Western Connecticut State University. Justice and Law Society students voted to create a law enforcement memory garden for the area they adopted as part of the university’s adopt-a-spot program.
The garden will have a small law enforcement memorial flag in place for each law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty. The garden also features a marble stone with an inscription, and landscaping with flowers.
The memorial garden is at the Alumni Clock outside the Classroom Building on the university’s Westside campus in Danbury. Police departments from the university, Ridgefield and Danbury attended the unveiling ceremony this week.