Monday, November 26, 2018

Double the Impact on Students from Area Title 1 Schools on #GivingTuesday

When the National Law Enforcement Museum was first envisioned, we wanted it to be a place where law enforcement and community members could come together and open a dialogue. Just a month after opening, we’ve made great strides in fulfilling this part of our mission. And one of the best examples is admitting students from area Title 1 schools to visit the Museum for free. You can double the number of students admitted for free with your donation today.
With each visit, students can play the role of a detective or forensic scientist in our Take the Case exhibit, dispatch calls for service in our 911 Emergency Ops exhibit or try their hand at split-second decision-making in our Training Simulator — they learn the story of American law enforcement through a “walk in the shoes” experience.
It’s a great experience for students to see the different aspects of law enforcement and meet with officers at the Museum. As part of their visit, the go to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial across the street, where they see the names of 21,541 officers killed in the line of duty and learn about the sacrifices those officers made to keep them safe.
This wonderful opportunity is made possible through generous donations like yours. We ask that on this Giving Tuesday you consider a donation that helps these students — the future of our country — learn more about this noble profession. Some of these students might end up becoming officers themselves!
Thank you for helping us educate more students knowing they will carry on the lessons they learn at the Museum.


David L. Brant
Executive Director
National Law Enforcement Museum

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