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

The Post-9/11 Story: Questions, Reflections, and a Museum Exhibit

Thursday, August 19, 2021

As a kick-off event in advance of the opening of our exhibition, Post 9/11: The Evolution of American Law Enforcement, this program will pull back the curtain on the behind-the-scenes conversations that go into crafting an exhibit about the 20th...

Fighting Fear: Combating Hate Crimes, Violence & Xenophobia in Modern America


Thursday, July 29, 2021

While the national spike in hate crimes and other xenophobic acts has left many sounding the alarm, especially in the wake of several high-profile incidents involving the Asian-American Pacific Islander community, others simply see this spike as just the latest...

The Law Enforcement Community: A Network of Support for Lasting Change

Thursday, June 17, 2021

A Network of Support for Lasting Change

Download Event Flyer This year has brought an increased number of protests, riots, and violence, making the role that law enforcement has within our communities more relevant than ever before. Each day, leaders from numerous departments, agencies, universities, organizations, and...