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on 23/03/2005 at 08:42

An excellent site to brave men.
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Palace Barracks Memorial Garden
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on 14/10/2004 at 08:35

Jim McNulty was a towering figure who headed up and promoted many great police & IPA causes on both sides of the Atlantic. He will be missed. M.G. Mike Lynch President - US Section IPA
on 13/10/2004 at 02:44

I had the Honor of meeting Jim a few years ago in Washington DC during Police Memorial today I would like to say that I am very sorry about his passing...To his family
on 11/10/2004 at 01:27

I just learned of the passing of Jim McNulty....R.I.P. I have the same vision of a Police Memorial/Memorial Day for the Irish Police Force that Jim had for Scottish Police Force and I had spoken and communicated with him for a long period of time prior to meeting him last May at the NLEOMF in Washington D.C. It was great to be able to formally thank him for his support and guidance given to me with my Project. To Jims Family I send you my heartfelt Sympathy and prayers; To Christine Fulton Dougie
on 06/10/2004 at 02:27

I was deeply saddened to learn of the death of our friend Jim McNulty. What a man of vision and energy. Jim was an inspiration for all. While an ocean divided us Jim was a true friend and brother in law enforcement. We have all been blessed by having known him. May he rest in peace. Charlie Deane Chief Prince William County Police Department Prince William Virginia
on 01/10/2004 at 21:12

The Police Roll of Honour Trust wish to offer our deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to the family friends and colleagues of retired Strathclyde police officer Jim McNulty who died today after a long fight. Jim was a former Trustee and Vice-Chairman of the Trust whom I knew for many years and I know he will be missed by a great many people here and abroad. Jim did not lose his fight he won it he achieved his dreams that are UK-COPS and the Scottish Police Memorial they are his legacy. Anthony Rae
on 01/10/2004 at 14:32

As President of the British Section of International Police Association and a retired Scottish police officer. I was very honoured to have been invited to the memorial service. It was a very moving day and I must pay tribute to the trustees and their partners for their vision in producing a worthy memorial at a very special location. The day was also very moving in that so many families attended to pay their respects and tributes to those who had given up their lives while on duty. To listen to the many stories and happy memories of those who had gathered to pay their respects was humbling and brought home how much of a family the police service is. It is my intention to attend on an annual basis at the memorial with members from my Association to say a silent Thank You to those whos names have found their way on to what can proudly be identified as `OUR` memorial.
on 12/09/2004 at 21:54

I am the wife of the late Patrick Burns. It was an honour to see his name on the Memorial
on 09/09/2004 at 22:00

Having been in attendance at the Dedication Service I must say Thank You to all who made this wonderful memorial possible. In the 17 years since my Dad died Ive often felt we were alone in our loss. To share such a wonderful day with others who have lost loved ones on duty and to see my Dads name inscribed on the Memorial touched me greatly.
Many thanks once again.
on 09/09/2004 at 21:13

What an amazing achievement this has been. All the more impressive that it was started by two constables and a police widow. Im sure their efforts will have touched many lives.
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