At the National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building, visitors won’t just see what it’s like to be in law enforcement — they’ll experience it. We’re committed to connecting visitors to all parts of American law enforcement — past, present, and future — through exciting exhibits that put you right in the shoes of officers.
The Museum is designed with hands-on exhibits that give you the ultimate law enforcement experience. Take the Case gives visitors the critical thinking and forensic science skills law enforcement uses to find evidence, analyze clues, and ultimately crack the case.
To Serve and Protect gives an eye-opening look at key law enforcement initiatives that go far beyond the everyday responsibilities you might normally expect from officers.
We want visitors to know exactly what it feels like to be in law enforcement. 911 Emergency Ops throws you into some of law enforcement’s most stressful situations as you take on the critical role of an emergency dispatcher.
Think you have the physical and mental capacity to make it in law enforcement? The Training Simulator will bring you face to face with some of law enforcement’s most threatening and stressful decision-making situations.
The Museum prides itself on teaching through real-life experience. Officers’ Stories features some of the most memorable stories about life on the job, told by the officers themselves.
No two days on the job are the same. Being an Officer allows you to explore both the “everyday” activities of real officers as well as the highly specialized work of K-9, SWAT, Bomb Squad, and Undercover and Surveillance units.
The National Law Enforcement Museum is more than just a museum, it’s the perfect place for hands-on learning at any age.
The Museum was founded with education in mind. Supported by the Museum’s Teacher Advisory Group, we offer tour planning assistance, and a full range of supporting print and digital teaching resources.
Become a forensics specialist and learn to decipher evidence from DNA and fingerprints to fiber matching and ballistics. Forensic Workshops engage students, ages 11 to 14, in an approximately one hour session introducing them to the exciting and exacting details of forensic science and other STEM-based careers in law enforcement.
The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building is an easy stop for tour operators, suitable for large groups, and located in Judiciary Square — just blocks from the National Mall and numerous DC landmarks.
There is easy access to Metro, bus parking, lodging, and many dining options nearby.
Museum Opens Fall 2018
Tours Booking Now!
National Law Enforcement Museum
at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building
901 E Street, NW #100
Washington, DC 20004