National Law Enforcement Museum: Five Communities Temporary Exhibition

We are honored to be one of the five communities featured for Dallas in theĀ National Law Enforcement Temporary Exhibition for strengthening the relationship between law enforcement and the people it serves. The Museum will open its doors to the public on October 13, 2018 in Washington, DC, and will run through April 2019. The National Law Enforcement Museum is dedicated to expanding and building the relationship shared by law enforcement and the community.

There will be educational programs, immersive exhibitions, and insightful programs on law enforcement topics of the past, present, and future. It will really give visitors a way to “walk in the shoes” of law enforcement, and see what they do and why it is important. For the inaugural temporary exhibition, the Museum will explore the grassroots efforts in five communities to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and the people it serves. The communities include Charleston, Cleveland, Dallas, Oakland and Somerville. This is a huge honor made possible thanks to our partnership and strong relationship with the Dallas Police Department, which will play a prominent role in the exhibit. Read the full National Law Enforcement Museum feature here.