The Protector The Protector is a dramatic and visible symbol of law enforcement at it’s best. This positive image is located at the Hamilton Police Department, 331 South Front Street as a memorial for officers killed in the line of duty.
The Protector was originally created for Chief Andrew Revering and the Anoka City Police Department in 1987. It depicts a uniformed officer holding the hand of a small child and symbolizes all that is honorable in our profession.
A gracious donation was given to the department by Donna and Pat Carruthers for the creation of a customized version of this everlasting memorial.
The Hamilton Police Department's statue was customized by Brodin Studios Inc. to reflect in detail our uniform.
If you would like to be a part of our history you can contact us at 513-868-5811, extension 2007, and purchase the personalized pavers to be placed around the statue.
If you are purchasing a personalized brick paver for the plaza area, the cost is $50.00 per brick.
If you would like to purchase this historical coin, they are $10 each. Please contact the Public Affairs Section at 513-868-5811, ext. 2007 to purchase.
Miniature Replica Statues
Replica statues are available from Brodin Studios. The officer on the statue is 6" tall, mounted on a walnut stand, and include a replica badge and engraved plaque. Orders will be taken directly from Brodin Studios at 1-800-274-5194. The cost per statue is $215 plus shipping. Price is current as of July 13, 2015, but is subject to change.