Phoenix Police Museum
Police Museum Conference

The Phoenix Police Museum is pleased to host the 2014 National Police Museum Conference in downtown Phoenix, Arizona from Tuesday, April 1st through Thursday, April 3rd, 2014. The museum conference will provide an meaningful training and networking opportunity for those contemplating beginning a museum. or existing small and large museums. The host hotel is the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel. Early registration before February 28th, 2014 is only $150.00.  The museum conference cost after March 1st, 2014 is $175.00  For more information contact the museum at 602-534-7278 or register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2014-national-police-museum-conference-tickets-9959058813

Miranda Exibit

In the late evening hours of March 3rd, 1963 a young Phoenix woman was kidnapped, brutally raped and robbed while walking from a bus stop. 10 days later, on March 13th, 1963, Ernesto Arturo Miranda was arrested by Phoenix Police for the assault. These events set in motion a series of court hearings which resulted in a United States Supreme Court decision that would forever identify the relationship between law enforcement and those suspected of crimes not only in the United States but in many countries around the world!

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Location

We are located at 2nd Ave and Jefferson on the Northeast side in the Historic City Hall on the 1st Floor. 

Hours

We are open Monday through Saturday, starting in December 2013 thru January 2014, from 9am to 3pm.  We are closed on all city holidays.  Admission is free and reservations are required for groups larger than 12.