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Alaska Law Enforcement Museum, Anchorage

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 65 reviews on the web
Formed in the late 1960s as a conduit to approach the State Legislature for an improved retirement system, the Fraternal Order of Alaska State Troopers (FOAST) has evolved into a valuable charitable and fraternal organization with no political involvement.

Membership consists mainly of Alaska State Troopers, both active and retired, and is also open to all current and retired commissioned members of the Department of Public Safety (DPS), including the divisions of State Troopers, Fire Prevention, and Alaska Scientific Crime Lab personnel. Associate membership is open to non-commissioned DPS personnel as well as members of other law enforcement agencies, and the general public when sponsored by an existing active member. Current membership is over 850.
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  • Excellent collection of memorabilia and photos of law enforcement in Alaska. While weighted toward Alaska State Troopers, there is also information about other law enforcement forces in the state. A r...  read more »
  • Looks like a shop front from the outside but you can easily spend an hour or more in this free museum. Lots of police memorabilia including uniforms, guns and an old Hudson police car. The videos on t...  read more »
  • We were so glad we decided to check this out. They have an amazing amount of stuff. Wonderful museum with so much history. 
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