The National Monument to the policeman is standing in the garden of the Royal Palace of Turin. It is one of hundreds of monuments erected after World War I to honor the sacrifice of the fallen.
The monument was designed and built by Edoardo Rubino of Turin and is divided into 3 parts:
- a 25m podium where they are represented, with reliefs in bronze, the main tasks carried out by the police in times of peace and war;
- a bronze statue of a policeman;
- a pillar on top with an impressive sculptural group, also in bronze, which idealizes the Oath.