At 1:59 a.m. on May 25, 2013, after a late arrest and having put his prisoner in the Bardstown jail, Officer Ellis secured his tour of duty on second shift and headed home to Bloomfield. He did not have his canine partner with him at the time and was operating a pool car. As such, he did not have a camera mounted on the dash … <Continue Reading>
The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum will be open for business on May 26, 20020. <more info>
The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum has received a generous donation in memory of retired Police Officer Tom McAlpin. <Read More>
Cashew Paul, a YouTube Video Blogger has published a video tour of the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum. Be sure and watch this interesting and informative video. Click here to view the video.
As our 20-year-old vision as the central repository for local law enforcement information comes to fruition, we are often asked for data and information. One of the often-repeated questions is, “When was the last unsolved line of duty death?” So, we researched it. <Read More>
Free and convenient parking is now available for patrons of the Police Museum. Signs have been erected designating all space between 306 and 318 Reading Road as Police Museum Parking. Read More . . .
The Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society has researched all aspects of law enforcement for every one of about 20,000 law enforcement officers serving more than 160 law enforcement agencies in 8 Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio counties that make up Greater Cincinnati. Here are the facts! <Read More>