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The Phoenix Police Museum, Phoenix
(4.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • We enjoy museums wherever we travel. We visited the Wells Fargo museum and this was within a few blocks. Nice history of the first police station in Phoenix, located right there. Welcomed by retired p...  more »
  • I can't believe I hadn't been there sooner. What a nice little museum for the Phoenix Police Department including a memorial. I plan to go back with the grandkids. 
  • Just one small room full of exhibits and photos on the history since the nineteen hundreds. Wayne was so helpful and explained us everything. Very informative! 30 minutes are sufficient. 
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  • Great staff and a nice way to preserve Phoenix Police history. If you're lucky, you may even run into Detective Carroll Cooley who arrested Ernesto Miranda.
  • This is a little known gem in the heart of Phoenix. The staff is wonderful and the kids love going here.
  • What a neat place!
  • We visited the museum, July 2015. Our son has been with the Phoenix PD for 20 years.
  • Great small museum in downtown Phoenix. The development of the police since the mid-18th century is shown clearly. The Museum is rather small, but still offers a lot especially for the children. Highlights: children can change over police shirts, sitting in a police car from the 80s (with working Blue :-)), a motorcycle sit on or photograph as a criminal can be. The museum requires no admission, the employees are retired police officers from Phoenix and mega friendly and helpful. Really highly recommended!
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