ATLANTA - Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and other Atlanta officials paid their respects to the city's fallen police officers.
Tuesday, the city held its annual police memorial service and paid tribute to 88 Atlanta Police officers killed in the line of duty.
The service began with a procession from Atlanta's Public Safety Headquarters to City Hall where Mayor Bottoms and Police Chief Erika Shields both spoke.
In addition, Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United owner Arthur Blank served as keynote speaker.
Tuesday's ceremony marks the 27th year the city has held a memorial service for its fallen officers.