The National Law Enforcement Museum will be opening in Washington, D.C. on October 13.
The museum will
Situated at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building at Judicial Square and 444 E Street, NW, and next to the national police memorial wall, the museum is close to the district and federal courts.
The visitors will be given a “walk in the
Spokesman Steve Groeninge said they would be allowed to handle simulated emergency calls in a 9-1-1 Emergency Ops exhibit, review evidence and check their ability to crack crimes.
The U.S. Park Police Eagle One helicopter, which rescued survivors of airplane crash from the Potomac River, will also be put on display in the museum.
“It has guides who can answer questions about police issues and address the grassroots efforts to strengthen relationships between police and the communities they serve,” said Groeninger.
Among others, former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft and former Philadelphia Police Department Commissioner Charles Ramsey will be attending the opening ceremony and present their remarks. Former President George W. Bush has recorded a video message, which will be shown at the opening ceremony.