Preserving History: Wildlife Truck Conservation Project

The pickup truck in the museum’s gallery, driven by Sheriff Mike Neal (when he worked as a wildlife officer), has long been in need of conservation. The front and rear windshields were badly damaged by gunfire during the dramatic event which earned the truck its place in the Museum.       The truck’s front …

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Winner of the 2020 Harley Raffle!

Congratulations to Brian of Paramus, NJ, winner of our 2020 Harley-Davidson®! Thank you to all those who entered the raffle in support of the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum, and a special thank you to Harley-Davidson of Washington, DC for your continued generous donation!

Hidden Objects: A Nod to Accountants with Conviction

A poster created by the Internal Revenue Service to encourage careers as an IRS agent highlights one of their more exciting achievements: the imprisonment of Al Capone. Known for bootlegging and gambling in the 1920s and 1930s and believed to be tied to the St. Valentine’s Day massacre, the notorious gangster was never convicted for …

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