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A Guide in Due Diligence for
morning, May 13, Murfreesboro City Hall Plaza was the site
of the Annual Memorial Service for fallen Law Enforcement
officers who have served Rutherford County.
May 15th of
each year, as established by the United States Congress in
1962 and signed into law by President John F. Kennedy that
year, is designated as National Peace Officers’ Memorial
The first National Peace Officers Memorial Day
Service was held in Washington, D.C. on May 15, 1982, while
the National Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial was
dedicated in our nation’s capitol. The 103rd Congress
amended the law in 1994 to direct that the U.S. Flag be
lowered to half-staff on National Peace Officers’ Memorial
Day. The governments of Rutherford County and its
incorporated cities have traditionally joined the United
States in remembering and honoring National Peace Officers’
Memorial Day. In remembrance of all officers who have made
the ultimate sacrifice for the communities they protect,
these law enforcement agencies ask that on this significant
day, citizens fly their American Flags at half-mast.