On Friday, September 21, the museum will be open until 3:00pm. On Friday, September 28th, the museum will be open from 9:00am-12:00pm in preparation with our annual fundraiser. We apologize for the inconvenience.
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, the
LAPD Pink Patch project 2018 is underway.
Pick up a patch and a lapel pin at the museum today!
$10.00 each CASH ONLY
This month the museum will not be open on the 3rd weekend
(September 15 & 16) in preparation for our 2018 Jack Webb Gala event.
Moving forward, as of October 20, 2018, the museum will be open on the monthly 3rd Saturday ONLY for the rest of the calendar year.
On September 29, 2018, the Los Angeles Police Museum will honor Sheriff Jim McDonnell at the 2018 Jack Webb Awards Dinner Gala
For more information, please visit our site: http://2018jackwebbawards.laphs.org/
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LAPD Pink Patches
In-store purchase only
Do your children want to be a police officer when they grow up?
Do they enjoy playing detective?
The Los Angeles Police Museum wants to create an interactive CSI exhibit that caters to our future LAPD officers. Your help is essential!
Click here for our GoFundMe page for more information about the future children’s CSI exhibit at the Los Angeles Police Museum.
The Los Angeles Police Museum is looking for a volunteer specializing in Social Media Marketing for 8 hours a week. If you are interested in this position, please e-mail your completed volunteer application to email@example.com
The Los Angeles Police Museum is looking for a volunteer for 4 hours a few times per week who can help with General Maintenance and Exterior Cleaning at the Museum. Please call 323-344-9445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Friday, December 15, the Los Angeles Police Museum hosted the Los Angeles Police Protective League’s Annual Christmas Party. The LAPPL decked the halls of the museum with festive lighting, trees, garlands, and decorations.
Photo courtesy of Keith Ricks
Rogue Tales from the Los Angeles Police Museum just posted Part 2 of Going Undercover with Connie Dial. Give it a listen and let us know what you think!
Click Here To Listen
What’s new at the Museum?
Take your picture on our new booking line up wall in the Interrogation Room!
Check out the Los Angeles Police Museum featured on NBC Dateline:
A Postcard from the Field
We are supporting the Pink Patch Project to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer. Patches can be purchased for $10.00 here at the museum or the Parker Foundation. Proceeds will go to City of Hope. Come visit the museum and pick up your pink patch and pink hat.
For Sale at Sun Badge Company for $93.50 each
If you haven’t bought your commemorative badge yet please call Sun Badge at 909-930-1444 to place your order
Check out Episode 2 of our podcast, Rogue Tales from the Los Angeles
Police Museum! www.spreaker.com/episode/12251454
Episode 2: Going Undercover with Connie Dial. Connie spent 27 years with the LAPD as a patrol officer, undercover officer, narcotics detective and then became Commanding Officer at LAPD Hollywood Division. She helped break the glass ceiling for women in police work and has fascinating rogue tales to share!
Please go to link to listen to the Museum’s first podcast episode:
We are looking for an archivist to assist in a short term project here at the Los Angeles Police Museum. If you would like more information or interested in the position, please call (323) 344-9445 and e-mail your resume to email@example.com.
New Los Angeles Police Museum Challenge Coin available in gift shop
and our online store now for $15.00!
For all of your auto detailing needs contact Jesse Cerda, proud sponsor of the Los Angeles Police Museum.
Cerdas Moblie Auto Detailing
North Hollywood, CA
Our downstairs conference room is available to rent for meetings. Please contact the Museum at 323-344-9445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The museum is looking for volunteers for the front desk and gift shop. The hours are 12pm-4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 12pm-4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
We are making PROGRESS!
“The ultimate goal of Operation Progress is to create hope, opportunity and success for the city’s most disadvantaged kids.
The mission of Operation Progress is to empower underserved youth to become educated, capable, ethical and productive people who will in turn lead, mentor and contribute to society at large. To do this, we guarantee our commitment to supporting students from kindergarten with the help of high school and beyond through our comprehensive program called Ten Pillars of Success. Through Academics, Arts, Athletics, Coping Skills, Ethics, Long-term Commitment, Mentoring, Parent Involvement, Service Work and Skills Training we believe hope, opportunity and success can be achieved.” Read More on more Facebook Click Here Visit Website
Thanks Doug and everyone at Superior Alarm Systems for donating their services for all of our security needs.
Superior Alarm Systems
9001 Canoga Ave
Canoga Park, CA 91304
Telephone (818) 700-7100
The Los Angeles Police Museum is looking for a Volunteer Facilities Manager. Hours preferable are Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-2pm. Please call 323-344-9445 or email email@example.com to start the application process.
The Staff and Board of Directors wants to thank Ralph and everyone at RSG Plumbing for generously sponsoring the Los Angeles Police Museum. RSG Plumbing can be reached at (818) 454-6773.
The Museum is in need of multilingual voice-over actors who would be willing to donate their time and record our audio tour in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Japanese and Chinese. We are also looking for multilingual volunteer docents to help with museum tours.
The museum is looking for front desk volunteers for 4 hours per day. The volunteer position would include coordinating tours, checking patrons in and answering phones. We are also looking for library volunteers for 2 hours per day. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to start the volunteer application process!
The mission of the Los Angeles Police Museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit and
interpret the history of the Los Angeles Police Department.
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