National Law Enforcement Museum breaks ground
700 people attended the black-tie event to pay tribute to law enforcement officers around the country
Targeted News Service
WASHINGTON — The National Law Enforcement Museum Groundbreaking Gala was held tonight to celebrate the beginning of construction of the first-ever Museum dedicated to the law enforcement profession.
More than 700 distinguished guests from the government, law enforcement and public and private sectors gathered at this black-tie event held at the National Building Museum, to pay tribute to our law enforcement officers from around the country and to help raise awareness of the National Law Enforcement Museum that will open in late 2013.
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