I wasn't sure if we should visit this museum. My husband is in law enforcement and doesn't like to do much related to it while on vacation. However, we decided to visit the museum. Glad we did. The history of law enforcement has changed so very much. Historical articles lead you back through history. Hands on and interactive exhibits made the museum interesting. Displays were laid out for all divisions of law enforcement: Alaska State Troopers, Border Patrol, K9 Officers, Fish and Wildlife Troopers, Motorcycle and Bike patrol, County, State and City Patrol and many others. The walls have department uniform patches from all over the country. We found my husbands department. Now the sad part. The museum is a solemn very emotional moving tribute to fallen officers, hard to view. The dedication and sacrifices that these officers, K9 included, made protecting society is so VERY TRULY APPRECIATED. I hold back my tears as I write out this review now. This museum means so much to all law enforcement and their families. Please take the opportunity to visit this museum and give thanks to law enforcement. Glad we did.
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