Our Objective

At the National Law Enforcement Museum, we strive to give visitors a chance to truly immerse themselves in the past and present of American law enforcement. We offer programs for all ages, both virtual and in-person, which explore many different aspects of law enforcement. From virtual classes to on-site workshops, story time to science experiments, and cocktail hours to lectures, our programs offer so many ways to engage with real officers, real stories, and real fun!

Upcoming Programs and Events

Officer Safety and Wellness in Indian Country


Thursday, April 22, 2021

Officer Safety and Wellness in Indian Country will be an interactive panel discussion with tribal policing leaders from across the nation. This panel will focus on the unique officer safety challenges faced by tribal policing agencies. Panelists will address the...

Roadside Crashes: a Constant Danger


Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Roadside Crashes: a constant danger

Roadside Crashes: a Constant Danger webinar will focus on first responders struck and killed by vehicles and will delve into the many circumstances that contribute to these deaths and injuries. Download event flyer. Introduction: [caption id="attachment_4058" align="alignnone" width="300"] Wil Price[/caption]...

The Female Force: Empowering Women in Law Enforcement


Thursday, March 25, 2021

The Female Force

The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum (NLEMM) and the National Organization of Women Law Enforcement Executives (NAWLEE) are working together to provide this live virtual discussion focusing on empowering women in law enforcement. Women constitute less than 13% of...