A letter from the 26th President and former President of the New York City Board of Police Commissioners reveals a bit about his personality and interests.
The police procedural captivated viewers for 12 seasons with its iconic theme song. The Museum’s collection includes treasures from the hit television show.
The Museum acquires objects worn by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents during the raid on the Branch Davidian compound.
The Museum acquires one of the earliest portable tools that allowed police officers to conduct roadside breath tests on suspected intoxicated drivers.
One of the first standard issue firearms for a law enforcement officer in America makes its way from the East Coast to the Museum collection.
Reflections on the 25th Anniversary of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and its lasting connection to the National Law Enforcement Museum.
The family of Virginia State Probation Inspector James S. Mullins donates artifacts with a fascinating back story to the Museum’s collection.