The Orange County Sheriff's Museum & Education Center preserves and shares the rich history of the Orange County Sheriff's Department, fosters an understanding of the role law enforcement has within the community, and promotes an educational environment for public safety and the community.
The Orange County Sheriff's Museum & Education Center, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization now under development to preserve the OCSD history, is actively seeking Department artifacts of all varieties for permanent housing in the Department Archives, and in the Museum, when constructed. Items sought—the older the better—include: badges; photographs; equipment such as handcuffs, batons, etc.; certain uniform components; arm and sleeve patches; scientific lab instruments; documents; ID cards; memoirs; biographies of deceased personnel; electronic equipment such as radios and radar units; and more. We would like to talk with you about long-forgotten items perhaps stuck away in a dresser drawer or the attic! Call 949-364-7233 and leave a message with your call-back number. Or mail a list to P.O. Box 6899, Laguna Niguel, CA 92607. THANK YOU!
We invite you to visit the official website of the museum's official website http://www.ocsheriffmuseum.com/, and hope you enjoy your visit to the past and present of the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
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