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MUSEUM INSIDER ARCHIVE VOLUME IX | ISSUE 10
 Reel to Real Survey: The Results are in!

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October States Trivia Quiz
 

Law Enforcement Across the United States

This year the National Law Enforcement Museum quizzed you on law enforcement history in all 50 states, featuring different states each month, in alphabetical order. This month, we’re finishing out the list – featuring Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

How many can you get right?

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Teddy Roosevelt, Football, & Civil Service Reform
 

Teddy Roosevelt, Football, & Civil Service Reform

“If there is any one thing which I believe in even more than in football, it is civil service reform, and I am delighted to find that you are so actively connected with both.”

- Commissioner Theodore Roosevelt to E.E. Garrison, Esq. of the Yale Foot Ball Association

With football season well underway, the National Law Enforcement Museum thought it would be fun to share this gem from our collection.

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 An Evening with William J. Bratton  

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 will join 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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 History's Blotter: October 11, 1923  

DeAutremont Brothers Train Robbery | October 11, 1923

“For nearly four long years
they were sought in vain

To pay for the lives and the
wrecking of this train
But God is always good and just,
as we all know well
They were finally caught at last
as the time will always tell”

-"The Crime of the D’Autremont Brothers"
An American Folksong

Let's travel back to October 11, 1923, to learn about a moment in law enforcement history.

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