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MUSEUM INSIDER ARCHIVE VOLUME IX | ISSUE 9
An Evening with William J. Bratton

Join the National Law Enforcement Museum in welcoming recently retired New York (NY) Police Commissioner William J. Bratton to the US Navy Memorial Heritage Center. Commissioner Bratton served as the top cop of three major US cities and the Vice Chairman of the Homeland Security Advisory Council under President Barack Obama. Commissioner Bratton will join National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund CEO Craig W. Floyd in a unique discussion of the Commissioner’s perspectives on law enforcement, his long career spanning 46 years, and the future of policing.

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September States Trivia Quiz
 

Law Enforcement Across the United States

This year the National Law Enforcement Museum is quizzing you on law enforcement history in all 50 states, featuring different states each month, in alphabetical order. This month, we’re highlighting North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Oregon.

How many can you get right?

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View live webcam of Museum construction!


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Oral History Interviews in Arizona
 

Oral History Interviews in Arizona

The National Law Enforcement Museum conducted oral history filming in Phoenix, Arizona, interviewing two retired Phoenix (AZ) Police Department officers for the museum’s archives. The first was with Cecelia Chavez, the first female officer to join the department in 1969. The second interview was with Carroll Cooley, who arrested Ernesto Miranda in 1963. 

Learn more about these officers and the exhibit in the new museum that will include them.

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 History's Blotter: September 30, 1985  

Pizza Connection Trial Begins | September 30, 1985

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, several locally owned pizza parlors in major East Coast and Midwest cities were fronts for an international heroin organization. Led by a Sicilian baker named Salvatore Catalano, the network served the Bonanno family, the most powerful mob crime family in New York City at the time.

Let's travel back to September 30, 1985, to learn about a moment in law enforcement history.

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