National Law Enforcement Museum seeks historical artifacts
Do you have Eliot Ness's badge? Is Grandpa's old "billy club" gathering dust in your basement? If you can prove these items are the real thing, you can help build the National Law Enforcement Museum's collection of historical law enforcement items. Dig through your basement and rummage through your attic; you may have an item we could add to our permanent collection.
Items accessioned into the NLEM's collection will receive the highest standards of care, will be thoroughly researched, and will enable the general public and generations to come to better understand the law enforcement profession and its relationship with American society. All items accepted into the NLEM collection will be acknowledged and will be tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
For more information, contact Exhibitions Coordinator Kim Hanser at (703) 278-0791 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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