Did you know the Spokane Police Department and the Spokane Police Guild support an amazing collection of law enforcement history? Well they do!
The history is rich and available for the public to view and learn about. The history is represented in photographs, badges, original police uniforms, documents, and more.
The Spokane Regional Law Enforcement Museum is a non-profit organization that's been around since 1996. The organization is dedicated to preserving and archiving the history and events of the men and women in law enforcement. Spokane's evolution has been greatly impacted by the people and events surrounding law enforcement and the citizens of the Pacific Northwest have the opportunity to learn from our past and grow, through the museum. For more information visit the museum website.
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