Frank Seip lived with his father, a Prussian immigrant and physician, and his youngest sister at 106 Pleasant Street. Though a typesetter since he was a teenager, he joined the Cincinnati Police Department in 1886… More
Sixty years to the day after Patrolman Seip was killed during an encounter with a drunk and disorderly reveler, on July 4, 1927 Patrolman Franken responded to a call regarding a man with a gun on Kenyon Avenue…<Read the full story>
There are no free lunches, but thee are free gun locks! Click here to find out more.
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.
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 . . .