Police Monument II

Police Monument II

This 8-foot-tall bronze sculpture is dedicated to the police officers of Kansas City who lost their lives in the line of duty. The policeman in full uniform holds a night stick in his right hand while cradling a small, lost child in his left arm. The names of fallen police officers have been etched into the granite base of the monument on the south and east faces.

This monument was erected in 1921 and was originally located at The Paseo and 15th Street. In 1949, it was relocated to a site at The Paseo and 59th Street where it was also rededicated. In 1973, it was moved to its present location at the Kansas City Police Department in downtown Kansas City and across the street from City Hall.


University of Kansas- Edwards Campus, 12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park, KS

Artist / Medium

Robert Merrill Gage / Bronze and Missouri red granite


Dedicated May 30, 1921; Relocated and rededicated September 18, 1949; Relocated to


Police Benefit Association of Kansas City

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