Virtual Workshop Offerings

Our slate of virtual K-12 workshops provide a comprehensive look into the worlds of forensic science and law enforcement while introducing students to real-world technologies and practices in the field. Virtual classes are 60 minutes in length, and can accommodate up to 99 participants joining from unique devices. Each virtual class costs $250 per session; limited Title 1 funding is available to eligible schools on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Forensic Pathology 101

Grades 6–12

In this workshop, students will learn the basics of Forensic Pathology and gain a greater understanding of the role it plays in our criminal justice system. Students will participate in a combination of hands-on activities and active instruction to explore topics like the identification of manner, cause, and mechanism of death; the outline of the autopsy procedure; and calculating time of death

CSI Crash Course

Grades 6–12

Students get to step in the shoes of a real CSI (Crime Scene Investigator). Learn how to collect and label evidence from a crime scene and then test it in the forensic laboratory. Teaches fundamentals in fingerprint analysis, blood spatter analysis, DNA sequencing, fiber analysis and proper Crime Scene etiquette

Knowing Your Rights

Grades 6–12

In this exciting workshop, students will make connections between the Bill of Rights and law enforcement through an inquiry-based lesson featuring artifacts from the museum’s collection that best represent the rights protected by each amendment.

Planning Your Digital Experience

The National Law Enforcement Museum offers a number of virtual workshops and tours that allow your students to learn from our vast collection of artifacts and resources from the safety and comfort of home. Educators are free to choose from existing topics, or can work with our education staff to create the perfect program to fit the needs of their class.

Complimentary Planning Consultation with our Programs Staff

A great way to customize your digital education experience with the National Law Enforcement Museum is to set up a private digital planning consultation with our Programs Staff!

Contact our Programs Specialist:
Anna Muckenfuss
amuckenfuss@nleomf.org

Qualifying School Districts for FREE Admission

Title I and Title I Targeted Assistance Schools from the following school districts qualify for FREE admission to the Museum.

Washington, D.C.

Maryland: Anne Arundel County, Calvert County, Charles County, Frederick County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, St. Mary’s County

Virginia: Arlington County, Fairfax County, Fauquier County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Stafford County, City of Alexandria, City of Falls Church, City of Manassas, City of Manassas Park

Reservation

Group reservations must be made at least 2 weeks in advance.

For more information about programs and access to reservation forms please follow the links below.

Virtual Classes Request Form

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