Adult Programs and Professional Development
Witness to History Panel Discussion Series
Intended Audience: Museum supporters, members of the public/History of Law Enforcement/RSVP when event is announced
This program focuses on significant events in law enforcement history, conveyed through the insights of those who witnessed them. Events may involve a lecture or panel discussion followed by question and answer opportunities for the audience.
Due to the popularity of Witness to History events and space limitations, those interested in attending must RSVP in advance. Sign up for the Museum Insider to receive invites and RSVP information. For further questions regarding admittance to Witness to History events, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Behind the Scenes Program and Tour: Connecting with the National Law Enforcement Museum Collection
Intended Audience: Museum stakeholders/History and Object-Based Learning/National Law Enforcement Museum Off-site Storage Facility/Call to schedule
Participants experience the heart and soul of the Museum—its collection—during this behind-the-scenes tour and program at our off-site storage facility. They learn about the significance of the National Law Enforcement Museum collection, the importance of our role as its steward, and how essential a collection is for telling the story of American Law Enforcement. Available now, no fee required. Donations appreciated.
Domestic Violence Awareness Program
Intended Audience: Professional Development for School Staff/Safety
Teachers, school resource officers, counselors, nurses, and other school staff in Washington Metropolitan Area school systems will learn how to identify, address and support students who are living in a household with domestic violence. This program aims to raise awareness around domestic violence and to help school staff provide students with an outlet to get support and stay safe. Generously funded by the Verizon Foundation.