Today's Newhall Area Office hosts a memorial for the fallen Newhall officers in the corner of the parking lot, a modern reproduction of a similar memorial that was once located at the former Newhall Area Office location. As in the original memorial, four cypress trees stand side by side to represent the officers and their united defense against the felons. These particular trees were newly planted at the present office when it was determined that the original four cypress trees (chosen by CHP Officer Roger Palmer, a Newhall gunfight participant) could not be removed and relocated to the new site without killing them, because the roots had become interconnected beneath the ground. The original four cypress trees still remain at the site of the old Newhall office, serving as a dramatic reminder of the unbreakable connection that Officers Gore, Frago, Alleyn and Pence shared in life, and in death. These new trees will certainly do the same.
A closeup of the bronze plaque from the present day Newhall Area Office memorial. In addition to the memorial outside, there is an extensive display of photos and memorabilia that adorns the walls of the hallways within the office. The photos of the four fallen Newhall officers are prominently displayed, reminding all personnel about the unique cultural history of the office and the sacrifices of those who have gone before them.