Explore the changing relationship between Hollywood and law enforcement. Come in costume for the chance to win one of our three prizes: Best Partners (Pair or Group), Best Throwback (Character from the 1960, 70s, or 80s), and Best Detective.
Visit the Museum’s Learning Center for a thirty-minute story time with a law enforcement officer and museum educator.
Reserve your ticket for our upcoming Quiet Morning. Four times a year the Museum offers an enjoyable morning for families with low sensory needs.
Join us for our very first Evening for Educators in the Museum! Educators will also participate in a Forensic Science activity, interactive scenarios in the museum’s Training Simulator, and make a personal memory at the Photo Booth.
Join the National Law Enforcement Museum to hear from three experts dealing with the opioid crisis. Each expert will speak about the different paths their communities have taken to aid families affected by opioids and prevent further damage from these...
Join Curator Sarah Haggerty in the J. Edgar Hoover Research Library for an intimate members-only talk about Hoover’s legacy as the longest-serving director of the FBI and the parallels between him and his successors including James Comey.