See over 140 years of Phoenix Police Department memorabilia.
The Phoenix Police Museum represents the history of Phoenix law enforcement from 1881 until now. This Police Department has been going strong for almost 50 years. The museum has helpful staff that can help visitors navigate through the displays and help answer any questions. Some of the things that visitors will see include the origins of Miranda Rights showing the official documents from the Miranda rights trial, stained glass paintings, a police car, a police motorcycle, a police helicopter, and more.
Make sure to stop by the memorial room to pay respects to fallen officers such as local K9 officers and a special 9/11 memorial. You can also see a mock-up of a 1910 city street and an old jail cell. This is a special place for all ages to enjoy and learn more about the Phoenix Police Department and its history.