The Officer Roll Call
National Law Enforcement Museum
It's the story of
The Officer Roll Call will let law enforcement officers tell
their own stories in the new Museum — why they chose the
profession and how they made a difference.
— Chairman Craig W. Floyd
...the brave men and women who make up the thin blue line
...the tireless officers who are out in their communities and
streets, day in and day out
...everyday duty, mountains of paperwork, the camaraderie, as
well as the touching and humorous moments
How do I tell my story?
With Your $25 Contribution
The Officer Roll Call isn't limited to human officers only. It also
includes law enforcement K-9s and horses, which are an important
part of the policing story.
Give a gift
An entry in the Officer Roll Call makes an ideal gift! Honor a new
officer's graduation, or a veteran officer's promotion, transfer,
professional accomplishment, or retirement.
to sponsor an officer online, or visit
the NLEOMF Gift Shop
a gift card.
A part of the museum
The museum will not only tell the tales of famous events, it will
also tell the story of the profession. Together, the stories
collected in the Roll Call will create a composite impression of
policing. The visitors to the new museum will be able to search for
and view roll call entries through the Roll Call kiosks at the
museum, and in doing so they will truly begin to understand what it
means to be an officer of the law. Click the image to the right to
watch a virtual tour of the new museum!
Security measures are built into the Officer Roll Call to protect
your personal information. During Registration in the Officer Roll
Call all information sent between you and our servers is encrypted
by Verisign. This encryption prevents a hacker from monitoring
network traffic and gaining access to the information being passed.
Credit card information is stored in an encrypted format on the
database server, preventing anyone from deciphering this
information. This server is housed behind a secure firewall which is
monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days per year for suspicious activity.