Fallen Peace Officer Monument

List of Names
Located at the Grand Parade Square Halifax

Constable Mathew Gardner
November 5,1861
Halifax City Police Department

Constable Charles R. Fulton
July 14,1924
Halifax City Police Department

Game Warden A. Harrison Eisenhauer
December 12,1931
Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forest

Engineer Third Class Daniel E. Gillis
March 26,1941
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Lt. Commander John W. Bonner
September 11, 1942
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Simon F. Fisher
February 1, 1947
Canadian National Railway Police

Constable Murdock J. MacDonald
September 3,1948
Sydney City Police Department

Constable Carl F. Wilson
September 9, 1948
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable John C. Johnson
December 14,1950
Truro Police Department

Constable Henry C.A. Chandler
June 15,1956
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable John W. McNutt
November 29,1962
Halifax City Police Department

Constable Roy G. Jennex
November 29,1963
Halifax City Police Department

Game Warden Austin W. L. Letcher
October 18,1967
Nova Scotia Department of Lands & Forest

Corporal Terry G. Williams
June 8,1969
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Corporal Eric W. Spicer
December 23,1975
Dartmouth City Police Department

Game Warden Donald C. Wood
September 9,1988
Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forest

Constable J.E.A. Claude Gagne
September 6, 1995
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Sergeant Derek C. Burkholder
June 14,1996
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Correctional Officer Arnold H. Harrison
January 28, 1997
Correctional Service Canada

Constable François (Frank) J. L. Carrière
November 30, 1997
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Constable Sigurd Holtan
October 14, 2000
Halifax Regional Police

Sergeant Mark C. W. Gallagher
January 12, 2010
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The NSCPA

The Nova Scotia Chiefs of Police Association has representation at the executive leadership level from all Municipal Police services, the RCMP, Military Police and other law enforcement agencies throughout Nova Scotia.

Members of the association represent the interests of the Nova Scotia police community on many committees at the local, provincial and national level.