The Museum’s Teacher Advisory Group (TAG) is a selective museum education group of 13 teachers from Maryland, Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. TAG members represent diverse grade levels, subject areas, and specialties. Committed to meeting three times a year in Washington, DC, they actively collaborate to develop resources for the Museum.
Want to join? Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. To apply to TAG, please contact Alyssa Foley, Public Programs Manager.
Give your child an up-close look at the fascinating world of law enforcement. Kids can experience law enforcement through real-life scenarios, hands-on activities and special visits from key members of the law enforcement community. Be sure to sign up now as space is limited!
From September to May, participate in any of five core Traveling Forensics workshops that dive into the exciting elements of forensic science in law enforcement and its potential careers. These workshops were developed to meet the needs of 5th and 12th grade students, but can be tailored for any audience.
To host a Traveling Forensics workshop at your school, download our PDF catalog for a full list of available workshops featuring a range of options anywhere from Questioned Documents to Forensic Anthropology. If you are interested in hosting a workshop that’s not listed or need additional info, please contact our educator.
We want to hear from the young voices of today about evolving the relationship between law enforcement and the community. We invite students to submit and present a creative piece inspired by this theme of building bridges —strengthening the relationship between law enforcement and the community. All submissions must be received by 5pm Sunday, April 8, 2018.