The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building is located in Judiciary Square – 444 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 — just blocks from the National Mall and numerous DC landmarks.
There is easy access to Judiciary Square Metro, parking, lodging, and many dining options nearby.
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The Teen Leadership Council is hosting a day of arts at the National Law Enforcement Museum! This event includes a one-act play and an art show, planned and produced by the Council.
The Museum offers programs catered to the youngest of classrooms that combine hands-on activities and time on the Museum floor to learn more about the history and technological advances in law enforcement.
Add a workshop to your field trip plans for a truly engaging, unforgettable Museum experience! Workshops are aligned to the Common Core Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
Can’t make it to Washington? We can come to you! If you teach in the DC Metro region, sign up for one of our signature Traveling Forensic Workshops.
The Museum offers student-centered workshops that meet both Girl Scouts of the USA and Scouting BSA badge requirements.
The Museum invites students on themed inquiry-based guided tours through the Museum or to explore the Museum on their own with our age-appropriate Self-Guides.
The Teen Leadership Council is a group of high school students in grades 9 through 12 who play a leadership role in making the Museum and the topic of law enforcement engaging for young people.
The Forensic Detectives Summer Camp is a week-long dive into the messy and meticulous world of forensic science. Students aged 10-15 engage in hands-on training in the basics of crime scene investigation from fingerprints to DNA, and tool marks to trace. Full tuition scholarships are available for students attending Title I schools.