National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Respect. Honor. Remember
As a campus that serves our local Washington, DC, community as well as the nation, the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum’s first priority remains the health, safety, and security of our staff and the people that visit us.
As a public health precaution due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the National Law Enforcement Museum will temporarily close to the public beginning Saturday, March 14, 2020.
Updates will be provided on a week-to-week basis.
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This year, the names of 307 officers killed in the line of duty will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
Roll Call of Heroes
The 21st Annual National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Golf Classic will be held November 2-5, 2020 and is the WORLD’S LARGEST LAW ENFORCEMENT GOLF EVENT and you’ll have the opportunity to play some of the most requested courses in Myrtle Beach.
Proceeds benefit the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
Last year’s event raised $25,000 and brought our 20-year total donated to the Memorial to $700,000. Your registration includes a donation to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.
In the spirit of the Memorial, we invite any golfer, male or female with or without a USGA handicap, to participate.
Contact us: info@NLEOMGC.com • 585.391.3961
In a technologically advanced world, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math are integral to several careers, but what about Law Enforcement? Join the National Law Enforcement Museum and a panel of experts as we explore the many facets of Forensic Science including recent technological innovations and an array of established and emerging career opportunities in the field.
The first step in any criminal investigation is to preserve and collect all evidence. This process could take the form of reconstructing crime scenes, composite sketches created from witness descriptions, or even the reconstruction of a suspect’s physical features derived from newly discovered skeletal remains. These tasks cannot be done without Forensic Artists. Join the National Law Enforcement Museum in a conversation with highly trained artists who combine scientific knowledge with artistic talent to assist law enforcement in bringing criminals to justice.