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Progress Continues

Building permits from the District of Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs and other regulatory agencies have been approved. These permits acknowledge approval of all the Museum’s building documents and prepare us to begin construction.

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Collections Update

Items from collection of Dr. Stanley Burns

Photographs that document numerous events from law enforcement history, including Queen Elizabeth’s first visit to the United States (in 1957), Fidel Castro’s visit to the United States (in 1959), various officers on duty during the 1970s, and more ... 

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The Museum in the News

Law Enforcement Museum Inches Closer to Opening in Washington, DC, Video
Source: By Sarah Fulton
Date: August 13, 2015

J. Edgar Hoover had a collection of Asian art and a desk roughly the size smart car. Elliot Ness’ two-part paper badge is numbered 3423. The cryptic note on the tarot card left by the D.C. Snipers for police is written in blue ballpoint pen. Soon, the public will be able to see these items for themselves.

Future Fallen Officers Museum Planned in Washington D.C.
Source: Cristina Domingues, Time Warner Cable News
Date: May 15, 2015

The National Law Enforcement Officers Fund is still raising money toward a museum. The space will hold thousands of artifacts, with the idea of building a bridge between law enforcement and the community.

Henderson Police Officers Association Donates $25K to the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial
Source: Savannah McBride, Fox 5 News
Date: January 22, 2015

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