1923 / Henry Hering / Cleveland
An armor clad woman draped in Classical robes. in her left arm she cradles a strongbox, and in her raised right hand she holds a sheathed sword. Around her head is a crown of oak leaves, which represented the highest honor a citizen could attain in the Roman Empire. It was earned by by slaying an enemy to save a fellow citizen. The significance of Security wearing the oak crown is two fold: first, she is protecting her fellow citizens from danger, and second, the crown could only be earned if the saved citizen attested to it, implying a mutual trust between the two parties.