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MUSEUM INSIDER ARCHIVE VOLUME VII | ISSUE 7

Museum Photo Booth

The National Law Enforcement Museum was recently at the 2015 World Police and Fire Games in Fairfax County, Virginia. We were excited to meet law enforcement officers and firefighters from around the world. Check out some of the pictures taken at our photo booth!

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July 26, 1981 | FBI Agent Joe Pistone aka Donnie Brasco
 

FBI Agent Joe Pistone AKA Donnie Brasco

Agent Joe Pistone spent six years working undercover as “Donnie Brasco,” a jewel thief and petty Mafioso. When Pistone finally ended his undercover mission on July 26, 1981, he had penetrated the New York mob more deeply than any other agent.

Let's travel back to July 26, 1981 to learn about a moment in law enforcement history

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Miranda Mad Libs
 

You Have the Right to Remain ...

You’ve probably heard the Miranda warning thousands of times. But how well do you really know it?

It wasn’t until 1966 that the Supreme Court required law enforcement officers to advise suspects of their constitutional rights prior to questioning them.

Test your knowledge of these basic rights.

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Tag is on the CAse
 

Teachers or Detectives?

The Museum’s Teacher Advisory Group (TAG) had a unique meeting in April. William Greene, Director of Technical Operations for Prince George’s County Police Crime Scene Investigation Division, presented an interactive forensics class for TAG members. Greene put the educators in the role of student investigators by preparing a mock crime scene that the teachers then had to solve. The experience sparked the group’s imagination and made for an exciting follow-up meeting in June.

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 Submit your caption  

Caption Contest

The Museum’s collection includes photographs that reveal law enforcement history—from national milestones to no-frills everyday routines. Some of Museum staff’s favorites are those mysterious photos that border on bizarre, posing the question, what is going on in this picture? Help us come up with the cleverest caption for this photo.

Congratulations to Steve C. for submitting last month's winning caption!

Check out the archive to see all the winning photos and captions so far.

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