Scottish Police Memorial Trust
Remembering Every Scottish Police Officer
Who Died in the Line of Duty
Welcome to our website. The Trust was founded in January 2003 to build and maintain a national memorial to all Scottish police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The intention is to provide a tangible indication to survivors that they are not alone in remembering their fallen officer.
The Scottish Police Memorial, at Tulliallan Police College, was unveiled by HRH the Princess Royal on 7 September 2004. It carries the names of all Scottish police officers to have died in the line of duty. The walls of the memorial are engraved with names reaching as far back as 1812. This is the first time that all such names have been displayed together, in a fitting tribute to the price that officers have paid for protecting society.
We owe them a debt we can never repay, but we can ensure that they are never forgotten.
The current Roll is also contained on this website. Research is continuing to identify other names.