The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum
“Preserving the History of Law Enforcement in the Greater Cincinnati Area”
Our communications display shows how far technology has advanced the methods used to dispatch police, a vital tool in today’s law enforcement community.
“Blotter Desk”, circa 1890, where the blotter (diary) of each station was kept. This one was restored to original condition and now holds the museum blotter.
The Hamilton County Police Association has been a very important promoter of law enforcement educational television and Countywide policy, technology, and cooperation.
Active Cincinnati Police Lieutenant is another docent and serves as the Greater Cincinnati Police Historical Society’s president.
The Memorial Wall commemorates those officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice
, Curator, Detective Dic Gross, at the front door, welcomes a special group tour. Special group tours are always welcome and available by appointment.
Major John Seebohm marched in Police Memorial Parades, in uniform, until his death at 94. He also made the very last call box call at 92.
Display of murder weapons from the personal collection of noted local defense attorney William Foster “Foss” Hopkins.