Photos: Minneapolis police remember fallen officers

Bell toll for fallen officers
Minneapolis police officer Blake Moua, a member of the honor guard who has served with the police department since 2009, rang a bell during a roll call of fallen officers at the Tuesday ceremony.
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Minneapolis police officers listen during memorial
Minneapolis police officers listened as their chaplain delivered an invocation during the memorial ceremony at Minneapolis City Hall.
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The bell chimed 67 times in Minneapolis City Hall today — once for each Hennepin County law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty since 1884.

Hennepin County Sheriff's officers holding hats
Deputies from the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office held their hats during the City Hall memorial ceremony.
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During the somber ceremony in the rotunda, the Minneapolis Police Department joined law enforcement agencies around the country in their annual Police Week remembrance of fallen officers.

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