Welcome to the first-ever museum dedicated to all of American law enforcement. The National Law Enforcement Museum is dedicated to bringing people together to learn about the past, discuss the most relevant issues of today, and ultimately, better understand each other. Participate in any of our educational events or programs to immerse yourself in the most relevant law enforcement topics of the past, present, and future. It’s all right here.
Students of all ages can participate in workshops, guided tours, and self-guided experiences in the museum. For students not able to visit, the museum offers a variety of traveling workshops and virtual classes. Teachers and teens are also invited to participate in special events and join our advisory groups to help shape the museum’s programs and resources.
Immerse yourself in law enforcement past, present, and future through our educational programs for Adults. These programs engage life-long learners on multiple levels and give our visitors exciting and exclusive experiences you can’t get anywhere else.
Our educational programs provide an unforgettable experience for learners of all ages, perfect for families of all kinds. Join our weekend offerings or catch us during your next vacation to learn about the many different facets of American law enforcement.
The Museum is pleased to partner with the Charleston, SC based Illumination Project to create a nationwide pilot program designed to strengthen the relationships between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve. This ground-breaking project is known as the Affinity Project and marks the first time a national Museum has created a program to bring law enforcement and citizens together with a goal of identifying and implementing actionable items which reflect the goal of strengthening relationships.