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Treasure Island Honors LAPD Officers
 
End of Watch Memorial Wall On Display Through April 17
 
Now through April 17, the LAPD End of Watch Memorial Wall will be on display at Treasure Island in Siren’s Cove.

The travelling exhibit is dedicated to the 207 Los Angeles Police Department officers who have fallen in the line of duty. The End of Watch memorial wall features all six LAPD badges in chronological order, surrounded by the names of all 207 officers. Two names have been added since the project began.Constructed of stainless steel and glass and illuminated with LED lights, more than 40 people and 18 greater Los Angeles area companies contributed to building the memorial. The main badge assembly weights more than 100 pounds and requires at least three people to manage safely.

Admission is free and retired LAPD officers and memorial staff will be on site to answer visitors’ questions.

About Treasure Island
Treasure Island on the Las Vegas Strip is a privately owned hotel and casino and stands alone as the only major Strip property to claim that unique market position. Boasting nearly 3,000 guest rooms, Treasure Island is a world-class destination for headline entertainment, the enchanting Sirens of TI nightly outdoor show and Mystère, the classic Cirque du Soleil performance that combines the powerful athleticism, high-energy acrobatics and inspiring imagery that have become the company’s hallmark. Upscale and casual dining choices, hip nightspots and indulgent spa and shopping experiences further complement the one-of-a-kind Treasure Island guest experience. For information visit www.treasureisland.comhttps://www.facebook.com/TIvegas or follow the property on Twitter @TIVegas.

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Treasure Island Honors LAPD Officers
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Now through April 17, the LAPD End of Watch Memorial Wall will be on display at Treasure Island in Siren’s Cove
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