June 2011 — Volume III Issue 4 Insider






Vanya Scott
Acting Director of Museum Programs

Dean MacLeod
Evaluation and Community Education Specialist

Rebecca Fulcher
School Program Specialist

Sarah Dieter
Collections Management Intern

Joy Veenstra
Collections Management Intern

The mission of the National Law Enforcement Museum is to tell the story of American law enforcement through exhibits, collections, research and education. The Museum dynamically engages the broadest possible audience in this story in an effort to build mutual respect and foster cooperation between the public and the law enforcement profession. By doing so, the Museum contributes to a safer society and serves to uphold the democratic ideals of the U.S. Constitution.

June 2011—Insider
Volume 3 Issue 4

Newseum Exhibiting Trial Pass issued to J. Edgar Hoover

A Rogues’ Gallery: Thomas Byrnes and Professional Criminals in America

Empowering Teens at the National Law Enforcement Museum

Exhibits of the National Law Enforcement Museum: The Hall of Remembrance
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Newseum Exhibiting Trial Pass Issued to J. Edgar Hoover

Trial pass on display at the Newseum.

Earlier this year, the National Law Enforcement Museum signed its first-ever loan agreement with another museum. The Newseum, located in downtown Washington, DC, is exhibiting a trial pass issued to J. Edgar Hoover to attend the 1942 trial of Nazi saboteurs who were part of a spy ring that was investigated and caught under Hoover’s supervision by the FBI that year. The trial pass is a part of the larger Hoover Collection, which contains over 5,000 objects from the estate of J. Edgar Hoover ... Read entire article


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