New Law Enforcement Museum To Have Use Of Force Exhibit


The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund unveiled plans today to construct the first National Law Enforcement Museum, reports the Washington Examiner. The fund is launching a fundraising campaign for the project.

Fund chairman/CEO Craig Floyd, said that the highlight of the museum will be interactivity. He cited a planned exhibit dubbed “Shoot or Don’t Shoot”–a simulation used by police training courses that teaches trainees what to do in cases where they need to make split-second decisions. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush are honorary co-chairs of the campaign committee. Former U.S. Attorney Generals Edwin Meese, Richard Thornburgh, and John Ashcroft were to attend an announcement event today.


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