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On October 14, 2010, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) formally broke ground on the new National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, DC. The ceremonial groundbreaking took place at the future site of the Museum in the 400 block of E Street, NW, across the street from the existing National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in historic Judiciary Square, the symbolic seat of the nation’s criminal justice system. This ceremony marks the official start of construction work on the Museum, ten years after Congress authorized the project.

After groundbreaking, distinguished guests from government, corporate, and private sectors, along with law enforcement officers and supporters gathered at the National Building Museum for the Groundbreaking Gala to pay tribute to our law enforcement officers from around the country and to help raise awareness of the National Law Enforcement Museum that will open in late 2018.


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