National law enforcement museum plans to be unveiled





WASHINGTON -- The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) will formally unveil plans Wednesday to construct the first National Law Enforcement Museum. At the event NLEOMF will also launch their fundraising campaign for the project, “A Matter of Honor: The Campaign to Support the National Law Enforcement Museum.”

Once the museum opens, NLEOMF Chairman and CEO Craig Floyd, says, “The highlight of the museum will be interactivity” [such as] “Shoot or Don't Shoot. “Actual police training courses use this simulation. It teaches trainees what to do in cases where they need to make split-second decisions."...

Former U.S. Attorney Generals Edwin Meese, Richard Thornburgh and John Ashcroft will attend the event. They will speak about the importance of the Law Enforcement Museum.


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