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 Decade: 2000-2009
 Collection: Arlington Police Department Collection
[Arlington Police Officer Joseph T. Cushman's parents placing his name on the memorial plaque for those who have died in the line of duty]

[Arlington Police Officer Joseph T. Cushman's parents placing his name on the memorial plaque for those who have died in the line of duty]

Date: August 2001
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Officer Cushman's parents, Jim and Jeri Cushman, placing their son's name on the memorial plaque for officers who have died in the line of duty. The plaque is located in the main lobby of the Ott Cribbs Police Station.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Arlington Police Officer Keith Humphrey promoted to Sergeant]

[Arlington Police Officer Keith Humphrey promoted to Sergeant]

Date: [2000?]
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of Officer Keith Humphrey being promoted to Sergeant. His wife is pinning his new badge onto his uniform and his daughter stands beside him watching the event.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[The Harold K. Elliott Police Museum official name plaque, 2004]

[The Harold K. Elliott Police Museum official name plaque, 2004]

Date: June 2004
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a door plaque showing the official name of the Arlington police museum. The museum was founded in 1982 by Arlington Police Chaplain Harold K. Elliott when he began to collect items and store them in the attic of his Arlington home. By 1989, the items were moved to the Ott Cribbs Public Safety Center. It was moved again to a more spacious room at the Police Training Center in March of 2007. When Chaplain Elliott retired in June of 2004, the museum was officially named the Harold K. Elliott Police Museum in his honor.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park brick paver stone inscriptions, Brock]

[Heroes' Park brick paver stone inscriptions, Brock]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a close-up of a brick paver stone inscription located in Heroes' Park, 2100 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas. The stone was funded by sponsor donations to benefit the park and be a permanent and meaningful way to honor loved ones and show support for the Police and Fire Departments. The inscripted stone shows an Arlington police badge, a running horse (possibly AHS Colt), the honorees name (P.J. Brock) and police badge number. Heroes' Park is a tribute to the City of Arlington's Police and Fire Departments, and will also commemorate those fallen in the line of duty.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park brick paver stone inscriptions, Elliott]

[Heroes' Park brick paver stone inscriptions, Elliott]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a close-up of a brick paver stone inscription located in Heroes' Park, 2100 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas. The stone was funded by sponsor donations to benefit the park and be a permanent and meaningful way to honor loved ones and show support for the Police and Fire Departments. The inscripted stone shows an Arlington police badge, the honorees name (Chaplain Harold Elliott) and police badge number. Heroes' Park is a tribute to the City of Arlington's Police and Fire Departments, and will also commemorate those fallen in the line of duty.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park "Compassion" character trait of a hero stone]

[Heroes' Park "Compassion" character trait of a hero stone]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of one of the eight stone pillars that line the edge of the brick paved walkway in Heroes' Park located at 2100 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas. The stone pillar in the photograph has the inscription "Compassion" engraved on the top to show a character trait of a hero. Heroes' Park is a tribute to the City of Arlington's Police and Fire Departments, and will also commemorate those fallen in the line of duty.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park "Courage" character trait of a hero stone]

[Heroes' Park "Courage" character trait of a hero stone]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of one of the eight stone pillars that line the edge of the brick paved walkway in Heroes' Park located at 2100 W. Green Oaks Blvd., Arlington, Texas. The stone pillar in the photograph has the inscription "Courage" engraved on the top to show a character trait of a hero. Heroes' Park is a tribute to the City of Arlington's Police and Fire Departments, and will also commemorate those fallen in the line of duty.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park dedication photograph]

[Heroes' Park dedication photograph]

Date: May 17, 2008
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of a press release for the dedication service for Heroes' Park in Arlington, Texas. The caption at the bottom of the picture says "Heroes' Park Dedication." Dedication was held May 17, 2008. The park is located at 2100 W. Green Oaks Blvd. Heroes' Park is a tribute to the City of Arlington's Police and Fire Departments, and will commemorate those fallen in the line of duty. Features include the "Remembrance Courtyard", "Stream of Life", and "We Remember Wall".
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park freestanding name sign, view 1]

[Heroes' Park freestanding name sign, view 1]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Heroes' Park freestanding name sign. The sign reads "Heroes Park. City of Arlington Texas. 2100 West Green Oaks." Shown are the exterior lights and the garden at the base of the sign.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library
[Heroes' Park freestanding name sign, view 2]

[Heroes' Park freestanding name sign, view 2]

Date: 2007
Creator: unknown
Description: Photograph of the Heroes' Park freestanding name sign. The sign reads "Heroes Park. City of Arlington Texas. 2100 West Green Oaks." Shown are the exterior lights, the garden at the base of the sign, the flag pole with a United States Flag flying behind it, and a general location of the sign placement in relation to the memorial park and the neighborhood as seen from the street.
Contributing Partner: Arlington Public Library