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Memorial Rose & Shield | Museum Insider eNewsletter

Your monthly access to news, opportunities, and events at the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum.

In this issue:

  • National Bulletin Board
  • Run for the Badge
  • Mid-Year Fatality Report Panel Discussion
  • Officers of the Month May 2020
  • Reopening plans for Law Enforcement Museum
  • Limited Edition 1997 Silver Dollar Now Available!

National Bulletin Board: Post Ideas for Community and Law Enforcement Relations

National Bulletin Board

The National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum is deeply concerned about current events around the country. We care about diversity, fairness, respect, honor, and justice, and we are uniquely positioned to bring Congress, law enforcement, and civic groups together and set the table for progressive, solution-based discussions. We are seeking to learn about programs that are already making a positive impact in your community, as well as new ideas you have for initiatives that will bring together law enforcement and the communities they serve. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and Museum will regularly collect the programs and ideas you post to shape our programming, and we will share the greatest ideas with law enforcement departments and agencies, government leaders, civic leaders, and the general public.

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Run for the Badge 5k: Registration Now Open for Oct. 10 Event


Join the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum for Run for the Badge, our annual 5k fundraiser! By participating, you demonstrate your support for officers that are honored on our Memorial, as well as those working to protect and serve us today.

If you cannot be in DC in October for the 5K, you can be part of the excitement when you register as a virtual participant. Gather a team of coworkers, run on your treadmill, and be as creative as you like in your support for law enforcement and the Memorial.

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Mid-Year Law Enforcement Fatalities Report
July 14, 2020 at 1:00pm

Panel Discussion

Please join us for a presentation of the preliminary numbers of US law enforcement fatalities from January - June 2020 as recorded by the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum. Reviewing and discussing this data will be a panel of law enforcement and officer safety and wellness experts including a pair of Destination Zero National Officer Safety and Wellness winners, a medical doctor discussing physical health and well-being, and a psychologist addressing mental health issues in policing. This live and interactive panel will discuss successful and innovative strategies to reduce line-of-duty deaths and improve officer safety and wellness.




Congratulations and Thank You

Troopers Andrew Zeller and Michael Lane

Troopers Andrew Zeller and Michael Lane have been named the May 2020 Officers of the Month for administering critical emergency medical aid to person in distress.

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Reopening Plans for National Law Enforcement Museum

Reopening Plans for Museum

The long-awaited reopening of the Museum is near! Current plans include new topical exhibits and interactive displays, with special events for families and our local DC community. When it opens, admission will be free for the month of September. Watch for news of ticket sales going live in just a few weeks.

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Now Available: Limited Edition 1997 Silver Dollar

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Commemorative Coin Proof

Available for the first time in over two decades, this U.S. Mint commemorative silver coin was issued in honor of the 6th anniversary of the dedication of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and made available to the public from September 15, 1997 to December 15, 1998. Limited quantities available - add this beautiful and historic coin to your collection.

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Win this Harley Davidson: Raffle Extended Through Oct. 11!

Win this Harley!

Raffle tickets are now available to win a 2020 Harley-Davidson® FLHTK Ultra Limited Peace Officer Special Edition® to benefit the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum. Each raffle ticket is $25 and only available online. The winning ticket will be randomly selected on October 11, 2020, at Harley-Davidson of Washington, DC. (Winner does not need to be present).

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Support Law Enforcement

The Museum

Memorial and Museum Administrative Offices

Administrative offices for the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum are located in the National Law Enforcement Museum at 444 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.

The Memorial

The Memorial

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial honors fallen peace officers by permanently recording and commemorating their service and sacrifice.

Search for a fallen officer

Search for a Fallen Officer

A place to honor officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.

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