Since America’s earliest days, millions of men and women have answered the call of law enforcement. More than 20,000 have paid the ultimate price, and more than 900,000 still serve today. Behind all of us are stories of service, sacrifice, and bravery — stories of honor that need to be heard.

The National Law Enforcement Museum is our voice.

For the first time ever, our nation will have a focal point that tells these stories: a place to preserve our legacy.

Featuring engaging, interactive exhibits, visitors can learn what we do, how we do it, and most importantly, why we serve: a historical experience that highlights the untold stories that shaped our nation.

What will remain — what will linger — in the hearts and minds of those who visit, is an overwhelming sense of service and sacrifice that stems from our fellow brave men and women.

The Museum is open, but we still need your support. Stand With Honor and be a part of American history. Join the National Law Enforcement Museum’s Honor Alliance.

It’s easy. It’s meaningful. And it matters.

Take A Stand.