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JANUARY 2013  
 
National Law Enforcement Museum Insider
 VOLUME V, ISSUE 1
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Director's Corner

National Law Enforcement Museum and Target® to Present Witness to History: The ATF Raid at Waco

 Witness to History: Waco

What:

National Law Enforcement Museum Panel Discussion Series
Witness to History: The ATF Raid at Waco 

Marking the first time agents of the Bureau of Alcohol,
Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF), who were on the
ground that day, have spoken publicly about their role in
this tragic event.

When:

Thursday, February 7, 2013
Reception at 6:00 pm
Program begins at 6:45 pm

Where:

Pew Charitable Trusts Building
901 E Street NW 
Washington, DC 20004

Panelists:

Bill Buford
ATF (ret.), Resident Agent in Charge, Little Rock Field Office

Pete Mastin
ATF (ret.), Special Agent in Charge, New Orleans Field Division

Jerry Petrilli
ATF (ret.), Resident Agent in Charge, Albuquerque Field Office

Dick Reavis
Author of The Ashes of Waco: An Investigation

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We invite you to join us on Thursday, February 7, 2013, for the next event in the National Law Enforcement Museum’s Witness to History panel discussion series, sponsored by Target®. 

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History's Blotter: January 1819
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Starting with January, we will add an entry to History’s Blotter each month. Take a look at the first entry, and check back for more.

The City of Boston (MA) chose the cold month of January to make a surprise inspection of its night watch with mixed results...

Through an excerpt from History's Blotter, travel back to Boston in January 1819 to learn about a moment in law enforcement history.

 
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10 New Year's Resolutions Law Enforcement Thinks You Should Keep
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Happy New Year! Check out this (satirical) list of resolutions to live by in 2013.

Thank you to Officer Eric Bohrer, Inver Grove Heights (MN) Police Department & Marshal Bill Swank, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Air Marshal Service, Cleveland Field Office for helping with this list.

 
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Inauguration Trivia

Inauguration Trivia

In honor of the 57th Presidential Inauguration, the National Law Enforcement Museum will feature a special exhibit at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Visitors Center & Store from January 16 to February 15. The exhibit includes objects loaned from the U.S. Secret Service just for this event!

What do you know about presidential protection? Test your knowledge with this Inauguration Trivia activity.

 
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