Clint Eastwood To Help Create Police Museum In Washington D.C.

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Clint Eastwood To Help Create Police Museum In Washington D.C.

According to recent reports, actor Clint Eastwood is helping to create a National Law Enforcement Museum in Washington, D.C.

Eastwood has signed on to be the honorary chairman of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and National Law Enforcement Museum. He provides increased public awareness to the campaign.

Eastwood, legendary for his tough persona and likeability is a celebrity that provides a high level of trust and responsibility, a key factor in marketing efforts. He also carries a sincere and genuine interest in helping to raise funding for the museum. Currently, $43 of $80 million that is needed for the project has been raised.

The National Law Enforcement Museum will honor those in law enforcement, celebrating their history and contributions to American society.

See the National Law Enforcement Museum virtual tour below:

Construction of the museum is schedule for a 2013 completion. It is being built adjacent to the The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, a memorial that honors 19,000 officers killed in the line of duty.

Read more about the museum at The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund website.

Click here to contribute to the Memorial and Museum efforts.

2015-01-13T12:24:56+00:00 Federal & Military, Law Enforcement|Comments Off on Clint Eastwood To Help Create Police Museum In Washington D.C.