On April 18, 1915, at 2 a.m., while searching one of four suspects in a street car robbery at Liston and Riverside Avenues, one of the other suspects, William Clayton (AKA Robert Rose), shot him in the chest. The four suspects fled and Patrolman O’Neill fired three shots at them, but none took effect. Read the Full Story
A fundraiser for the Police Unity Tour is a bicycle ride from New Jersey to Washington D.C. during the National Police Memorial Week. <more>
See the newest feature added to the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum. Click here to find out more or to sign up.
There are no free lunches, but thee are free gun locks! Click here to find out more.
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 . . .