Get a glimpse into the confidential world of police and gain understanding about the working style of the police department to know what it takes to capture a criminal and keep crime as low as possible. The National Police Museum in New Delhi was established with an objective to make the general public aware about thepolice department and the challenges they face during their course of duty.
Timing: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm (Monday closed)
Location: CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi
Entry Fees: Free
Established in 1991 and is located in CBI Headquarters in New Delhi, the National Police Museum is one of the must-visit places which is a perfect confluence of a thrill yet informative place. Established with an aim to educate people about the working of the Indian Police force, the museum boasts of an extensive and fascinating collection of exhibits that includes rare photographs, confiscated items, sham records, seized items, and many other enthralling items that aided the police to arrest criminals.
The Police Museum is an ideal place for someone with an investigating mind, a child with a passion to join the police force, or anyone interested to know the working style and the difficulties faced by the police to capture a criminal or prevent a crime. It gives you a peek into the process of how the police gather even the minute details about the criminals and edify the visitors about the use of advanced technologies for preventing crimes and finding criminals. The museum also illustrates the operations of the fingerprint bureau and forensic department through charts, snaps, and documents.
The museum showcases distinct specimens of historic FIR, arms and ammunition, and certain advanced scientific aids used by the police department. The visual aids exhibit explains the challenges faced by the police department in this technology-driven world and how the force tackles them. Get ready to experience the journey of excitement and fascination in the world of adventure and get a deeper insight into the duties, responsibilities, and difficulties faced by the police during the progression of their work.