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States Trivia Quiz

This year the National Law Enforcement Museum will be taking you on a trip, quiz style, through every state in the USA (plus Washington, DC). Each month we will feature new states, in alphabetical order, and ask you to guess for each one, which statement provided is true?

Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Mississippi

The Forensic Detectives 2016 Slideshow

The Forensic Detectives Summer Camp 2016

Students will get hands-on training in the basics—from fingerprints to DNA, toolmarks to trace—and get to meet with professionals working in the field today. This summer camp experience will provide participants with a greater understanding of forensic science, its role in the criminal justice system, and exposure to STEM-related careers in law enforcement.


Summer Camp Information



The Forensic Detectives is a weeklong summer camp that will engage students in the messy and meticulous world of forensic science.

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Questions about camp? Visit our FAQs or email camps@nleomf.org.

Museum in the News

Memorial Fund in the News

Museum hosting talk on Reagan assassination attempt
Source: WASHINGTON (AP)
Date: April 11, 2017

WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Law Enforcement Museum is hosting a panel discussion on the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan more than 35 years ago.

CRASH ANNIVERSARY: 35 year anniversary of the crash of Air Florida Flight 90 observed
Source: CNS Maryland - Capital News Service by Lauryn Froneberger
Date: February 1, 2017

Washington’s National Law Enforcement Museum remembered the 35th anniversary of the 1984 crash of an Air Florida jet into the 14th bridge with a discussion Tuesday night that featured the pilot of the helicopter that plucked several survivors out of the icy Potomac, the (former) local TV photographer who captured the rescues on video and former Washington Police Department detective. 74 people on board the plane were killed along with four motorists.

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