The 23rd Judicial District will host a Law Enforcement Memorial Service honoring officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. The ceremony will be 11 am Wednesday at the 23rd Judicial District Drug Task Force headquarters at 175 Rocky Top Drive in Dickson, the site of the former Rocky Top Park off Highway 47. The keynote speaker will be Captain Jim Hutcherson, commander of the Tennessee Highway Patrol’s District 3, which includes the 12 counties surrounding Nashville. At the ceremony, a new plaque will be unveiled adding the names of Trooper Andy Wall and Deputy Keith Bellar, both of Dickson County, to the names of 12 other officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty across the 23rd Judicial District since 1914. Wall was killed in a motorcycle wreck May 7, 2011, and Bellar was shot June 6, 2011, and died the following day. District Attorney Dan Alsobrooks invites everyone to attend the memorial service “honoring the memory and valor of the law enforcement personnel who have made the ultimate sacrifice for us.” The 23rd Judicial District consists of Dickson, Cheatham, Humphreys, Stewart and Houston counties. Wall and Bellar were both recently added to the National Police Memorial in Washington D.C. and both have had sections of roads in Dickson County dedicated in their honor.