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Leading the Way Since 1905

President Roosevelt
In 1902, the Great Anthracite Coal Strike threatened public safety in Pennsylvania. An organized force was needed to provide the service of protecting our citizens; hence the creation of the Department of State Police, the first organization of it's kind in the country and one after which many other police agencies were modeled.
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PSP-HEMC Announces Plans to Begin Construction of the Wall of Honor

On July 20, 2017, the HEMC Board of Directors approved hiring Lehigh Valley Granite Studio, New Tripoli, PA to construct and engrave the Wall of Honor on the tract of land adjacent to the Museum’s driveway. Your name and enlistment or employment date will be permanently etched into the brick, and the brick will be used in the construction of the Center.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORDERING

Bricks may only be purchased by or for active or retired employees
of the Pennsylvania State Police. Only the names of past or present employees of the Pennsylvania State Police may be placed on the bricks. Each personalized brick requires a minimum donation of $300.00.

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1. The Wall will be made of black polished granite. Each brick will be 12” in length, 3” in height and able to be clearly read from a distance of 6’. The bricks will be engraved with the individual’s Name and Date of Enlistment/Date of Hire. Except as stated below, bricks will be arranged randomly without regard to rank or employment status (ie; active, retired, enlisted or civilian). Brick order forms may be obtained by emailing the Museum at psphemc@gmail.com..
2. Bricks may only be purchased by or for personnel of the Pennsylvania State Police. Only the names of past or present personnel of the PSP may be placed on the bricks.
3. Due to the increase in costs of materials and engraving, the price to purchase a brick will be $300.00.
4. As announced in the April 2014 issue of the Communicator, personnel had the option of requesting their brick be placed together with that of an *immediate family member(s). (*Immediate family member being defined as: parents, brothers, sisters, spouses, children and any other relative residing in the household of the individual).
5. It is therefore requested that personnel who chose the aforementioned option, email the Museum at psphemc@gmail.com so that the information they previously submitted may be confirmed and verified for accuracy.
6. Those personnel and/or immediate family members who have purchased a brick, wish to have their bricks placed together on the wall and have not yet submitted a request to do so, please email the Museum to obtain a request form. An administrative fee of $25 is required to process each request. The deadline for submitting requests is October 1, 2017.
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7. Those personnel and/or immediate family members who have purchased a brick, wish to have their bricks placed together on the wall and have not yet submitted a request to do so, please email the Museum to obtain a request form. An administrative fee of $25 is required to process each request. The deadline for submitting requests is October 1, 2017.

The Center reserves the right to refuse the purchase of a brick.
 

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