Travels with Paul: Cincinnati Police Museum


LEBANON, OH -- Just 31 miles southwest of Lebanon sits the Cincinnati Police Museum. Not only is this museum the only regional law enforcement museum in the world, but it is one of the very few police museums in the country that operates without accepting municipal or state funds. 

The museum is operated by an all-volunteer staff that oversees more than 10,000 law enforcement artifacts and archives. The staff works to obtain, identify, preserve, interpret and research the history of more than 160 local, township, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies serving some 600 documented communities in Boone, Butler, Campbell, Clermont, Dearborn, Hamilton, Kenton, and Warren Counties of Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. 

This volunteer shares very powerful stories about police officers that have given their lives for our safety.
Hand restraints were just one of many devises used by police to insure their safety and public safety.

The Museum is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. and is located at  308 Reading Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. I suggest calling the Museum at 513-300-3664, for children, adult senior and group admission charges.

In my book, the Cincinnati Police Museum is best Police Museum in the USA.  My Cincinnati Police Museum photos are at: PHOTOS

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