Policing Hate Crimes: Expanding Definitions of the Violence of Hate

When the “Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act” was signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2009, it expanded the definition of a hate crime in the United States to include crimes committed because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin of any person or the actual

Unintended Consequences: LE Perspectives on Federal Policies

Thursday, July 27, 2023 2:00-3:30 PM EST To be Livestreamed The National Law Enforcement Museum will engage members of the law enforcement community in a discussion on the impact of unfunded policy decisions by federal agencies on officers who are required to enforce them. Throughout history officers have put their lives on the line to

Pride Month Public Program

Pride Behind the Badge: The History of LGBTQIA+ in Law Enforcement In recognition of Pride Month, the National Law Enforcement Museum is launching its newest digital exhibit and companion public program, Pride Behind the Badge: The History of LGBTQIA+ in Law Enforcement. The Experience Pride Behind the Badge exhibit chronicles the contributions of LGBTQIA+ officers

Voices for Change: Excellence in Black Law Enforcement Media

In partnership with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), the National Law Enforcement Museum presented Voices for Change: Excellence in Black Law Enforcement Media. This program brought together influential law enforcement officers from around the country who utilize various media platforms such as social networks, public speaking, and documentary films to inspire a

Doing it Right: Successful Advancement of Law Enforcement Technology

Watch here on June 29 at 2:00 PM EDT:https://youtu.be/MbYmV6s-5FQ Improvements in law enforcement technology can save lives, protect officers, and make operations more efficient, but how do we ensure technological advancements are deployed successfully? Join the National Law Enforcement Museum virtually on June 29 at 2pm Eastern for a conversation that will consider the effectiveness

LEAD: Into Action

Part Two of the CALEB Network Roundtable continues a discussion about the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program and looks for practical insights. Join us on March 28th for part two of our discussion on the innovative Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program (LEAD). At our last conversation we introduced the LEAD program and now we

Patriots Day: Cinematic Reflections on a Post-9/11 World

Tuesday, April 26, 2022Reception 6pmProgram 7pm The National Law Enforcement Museum hosted Patriots Day: Cinematic Reflections on a Post 9/11 World – with a special “meet and greet” reception with the film’s real-life law enforcement heroes from the Boston Marathon bombing with a discussion to learn about the experience of translating their actions into film,

CALEB Network Roundtable

Adopting the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program Feb. 3, 2022, 3pm Eastern Participate Virtually Join users of the CALEB Network (the Community Alliances and Law Enforcement Bulletin platform) for a discussion about the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Program—a unique process that ultimately can improve relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve.

Trauma and 9/11: Facing Challenges Together – Part 2: Together

November 18, 2021Streaming Online8:00-9:30pm EST Join the National Law Enforcement Museum for this second part of the Trauma and 9/11 program series, Part II: TOGETHER This open panel conversation will focus specifically on trauma grounded in the 9/11 experience, with therapist-driven opportunities to hear stories of the day from NYC and the Pentagon, life since

Trauma and 9/11: Facing Challenges Together – Part 1: Hope

Streaming 3 short films over 3 nights November 15, 16 and 17 Streaming Online 8-9:00 PM EST Click here for viewing details on November 17 film. WATCH Interview 1 (November 15) WATCH Interview 2 (November 16) WATCH Interview 3 (November 17) Join the National Law Enforcement Museum for this first part of the Trauma and