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"I do hereby swear and/or affirm that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Ohio, and that I will faithfully, honestly, and impartially discharge the duties of the office of Trooper in the Ohio State Highway Patrol to the best of my ability during my continuance in said office."
The black granite memorial, in its natural and beautiful setting in the landscaped Academy courtyard, is engraved with the name of each officer killed in the line of duty since the division's inception in 1933. It is often visited by the many people who attend functions and classes at the Academy. The memory of our slain officers remains in the hearts of those people -- active and retired Highway Patrol members, fellow law enforcement officers, and family and friends.