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The Phoenix Police Museum, Phoenix
(4.7/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Enjoyed seeing the displays and the helicopter. However, talking to the former officers who volunteer at the museum was the highlight. One of them had been the pilot of the police helicopter on displa...  more »
  • I finally went here and was pleasantly surprised. They have many police related items, an old police helicopter, old patrol car, old police motorcycle, jail cell, etc. The have a room dedicated to the...  more »
  • The Phoenix Police Museum is a great visit when you have some spare time while visiting downtown. It has several large exhibits including a replica of an old Arizona Jail, history of the Miranda decis...  more »
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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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