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MUSEUM INSIDER ARCHIVE VOLUME VII | ISSUE 12

Happy Holidays from the National Law Enforcement Museum!

Happy Holidays from the National Law Enforcement Museum!

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Traveling Forensics Workshops
 

Traveling Forensics Workshops

The Museum is excited to announce additional offerings to our Education Programs. The Traveling Forensics Workshops provide students with a fun educational experience while teaching them STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) topics.

Forensic Science is a topic that many students (and adults) have become interested in due to the popularity of TV shows like CSI and Criminal Minds. Students will not only enjoy and learn through the different topics offered in the Traveling Forensics Workshops, they will also be introduced to many career fields in law enforcement that they might not be aware of.

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History's Blotter: December 20, 1989
 

US Invades Panama 

It was the largest US military invasion since the Vietnam War, and some have called it the most costly drug arrest in history. On December 20, 1989, more than 27,000 US troops invaded Panama.

The goals were clear—protect US citizens and property, neutralize and restructure the Panamanian Defense Force, restore a democratically-elected government, and capture Dictator Manuel Noriega.

Let's travel back to December 20, 1989, to learn about a moment in law enforcement history.

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Eye on Policing: How Body Cameras Change Policing
 

Event Recap

One of the biggest changes happening in law enforcement agencies around the country today is the increasing use of body-worn cameras.

Hear from officers, researchers, and initial policy creators about the complex issues surrounding the use of body cameras by law enforcement officers.

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 December 2015 Caption Contest Photo  

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 Warren W. 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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