Witness to History: September 11, 2001



 Witness to History: September 11, 2001

September 11, 2001, remains one of the deadliest days in our nation’s history—more than 2,700 American citizens were killed in the terrorist attacks that struck U.S. soil.  This date also remains the deadliest day in our nation’s law enforcement history—72 peace officers were killed in the line of duty. 

Ten years later, the National Law Enforcement Museum will host the second installment of its lecture series entitled Witness to History: September 11, 2001, to shed light on some little known facts about 9/11 from a law enforcement perspective. Panelists include Carl J. Truscott, Former Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives and Former Assistant Director of the United States Secret Service; Joseph M. Morris, Chief of the Port Authority of NY & NJ Police Department (Ret.); and Chief Richard Keevill of the Pentagon Police Department, and Former Commander of the Virginia State Police.



National Law Enforcement Museum
Lecture Series

Witness to History: September 11, 2001



Thursday, September 8, 2011, 6 – 8:00pm
Reception begins at 6:00pm
Program to begin at 6:30pm



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901 E Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20004



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