Virginia Coalition of Police
and Deputy Sheriffs
National Law Enforcement Museum obtains Al
Capone Bulletproof Vest
You can help fund the Museum!!
wanted you to be among the first to get a preview of a recently-acquired
This well-worn, bulletproof vest once belonged to perhaps the most
legendary crime figure of the 20th century — Al Capone. It also
represents an important era in American law enforcement history.
Building the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum — and creating
state-of-the-art exhibition halls filled with historical artifacts — is
only possible through the generosity and support of loyal friends like
you. We need you to make this dream a reality.
Each month brings new progress for the Museum. With that progress comes
expenditures we must meet.
Please help us meet these expenses by contributing $5 or more each
With your help, we hope to break ground for the new Museum this fall.
You'll be one of the first to receive the announcement of the official
date and time. It's an important milestone that you can help make
possible by supporting the Museum with a monthly gift.
But our work is far from done. Creating this long overdue and lasting
tribute is a big commitment. And I'm asking you to make a
small commitment today to help us.
Please consider making a
monthly donation of $5 or more until the Museum doors are
permanently opened in 2011. Your gift of $5 per month — a nominal amount
— would be a BIG help in our efforts to share the rich and rewarding
history of law enforcement with millions of Museum visitors each year.
While easy on the budget, your monthly gift will be securely processed
on your credit card and you can cancel or change your gift amount by
contacting us at 202.737.3400 or
For about the price of a cup of coffee, you can help build the national
Law Enforcement Museum by making a monthly gift of $5 or more.
We are counting on the continued commitment of the Museum's Founding
Members, corporate partners, nonprofit groups, private foundations and
dedicated law enforcement organizations across the country. Working
together — I know we will succeed.
Craig W. Floyd
Chairman & CEO
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund