The Toronto Police Museum provides an interesting history of the city's police force. The exhibits are well done and do a good job of communicating to visitors the development of law enforcement in Toronto as an agency and as a profession. Moreover, entrance to the museum is free. If I were to offer any constructive criticism, I would have to say that lighting in the museum should be adjusted so that photographs can be taken of the contents of the glass display cases without light reflections from above. There is also a gift shop where police caps and shirts can be purchased; in addition, books and other items are available for purchase. This museum is a valuable asset to the city.
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