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At the corner of The Mall and Horse Guards, stands the National Police Memorial, commemorating police officers killed in the course of duty in the UK.

Designed by Lord Foster and Per Arnoldi, it was unveiled in 2005 by HM The Queen. The memorial takes the form of a black granite clad tablet with glass chamber containing a book listing the names of those killed, the pages of which are turned every two weeks by the  Police Memorial Trust.