Motorola Provides $2M to Law Enforcement Museum
Thursday, July 19, 2018 | Comments

Motorola Solutions delivered $2 million in funding to the National Law Enforcement Museum. The company and its charitable arm, the Motorola Solutions Foundation, provided more than $18 million in support for the museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building.

As the museum’s first founding partner, Motorola Solutions has provided monetary donations to support development and programming, as well as in-kind donations including Motorola Solutions’ state-of-the-art communications and video surveillance solutions that will support the museum’s day-to-day operations. Motorola Solutions technology will also be featured in an interactive exhibit designed to give visitors a firsthand look at law enforcement.

“It is our privilege to help honor the men and women who protect our communities every day,” said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO, Motorola Solutions. “We are humbled by their sacrifices, and we are honored to be part of this museum that gives them the recognition they deserve. The National Law Enforcement Museum is a valuable institution that will serve as a bridge between law enforcement personnel and the communities they serve.”

Opening to the public Oct. 13, the National Law Enforcement Museum will offer visitors the opportunity to experience firsthand what it is like to work in many fields of U.S. law enforcement, ranging from emergency operations to community policing and special weapons and tactics (SWAT), through educational journeys, immersive exhibitions and programs that let visitors “walk in the shoes” of the men and women who keep our communities safe.

“Our ongoing collaboration with Motorola Solutions has been essential to the development of the National Law Enforcement Museum,” said Craig Floyd, CEO of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. “We are proud to tell the story of U.S. law enforcement, and we look forward to bringing together those who have served with the communities they represent. For generations to come, this museum will play an important role in honoring those who have sacrificed on our behalf.”

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