Tel: 321.264.0911

6350 Horizon Dr.

Titusville, FL 32780

 

PoliceInfo@aphf.org

The programs administered through the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum include educational and inspirational programming, as well as compassionate services programs administered by our supporting non-profit organizations, National Association of Chiefs of Police (NACOP) and the American Federation of Police and Concerned Citizen (AFP&CC), both IRS approved 501(c)3 non-profits. Both non-profit organizations have been recognized by Guidestar.org and greatnonprofits.org with the Platinum Seal of Transparency.

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Programs

Below are some of the programs offered within the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum

Education

21st Century Crime Lab Exhibit – Currently in development: State-of-the-art lab for classes and demonstrations, ranging from DNA and fiber analysis to ballistics.

 

STEM Education – The expansion of our STEM education as it relates to crime scene investigations and career options is underway.

 

Tours – We offer a variety of tours for schools, senior groups and others. Please call to set up a customized experience.

 

Law Enforcement Training – Extensive range and related training for LE agencies & officers. Click here for course information.

 

Civilian Personal Defense Education – Numerous civilian classes in personal defense, firearms & more. Click here for course information

 

For information about the range classes & personal defense, call Paul Pawela at 321-264-0911 Ext. 129 or range@aphf.org

 

For information about Museum Education & Exhibits, call Tara Dixon Engel at

321-264-0911 Ext. 133 or email TaraE@aphf.org

From Sgt. John R: Thank you so much for remembering my Son Tyler this Holiday Season. Please know, it is gestures like this, from thoughtful people like you, that make the climb just a bit easier. Thank You!!

Law Enforcement Services

K-9 Placement Program – Almost $1 million has been spent on matching canine units with over 90 agencies in need in 31 states. For more information, contact Jamie Maynard at 321-264-0911 Ext 108 or policek9@aphf.org

 

Chief of Police Magazine – Publication exploring the trends/challenges in modern law enforcement management.

 

Awards Program & Officer of the Year – Since 1988, we have worked with law enforcement nationwide to recognize officers who epitomize the professionalism and commitment of all law enforcement. For more information, contact Janet Caron at 321-264-0911 Ext 132 or JanetC@aphf.org
Please Click Here to find out more about our Awards program

 

Memorial Day Events – Each year during Police Week (the week in which May 15, Police Memorial Day, falls), our facility and its supporting agencies work together to develop programming & observances honoring all officers who have fallen in the line of duty and recognizing their families and agencies

From Ira & Norma W: It has been 30 years on June 3 and all these years, you have never forgotten us. We want to thank you for all the special gifts and cards. The Mother’s Day bracelet is so special and I have had so many compliments on it! Ira also received the special Dad bracelet and will wear it proudly.

Family Services Family Fund for Paralyzed & Disabled Officers

To Fill Out the Enrollment Form & See Other Forms

* * These services are available after a disabled/paralyzed officer has enrolled in the Family Fund for Paralyzed and Disabled Officers program.**

 

Medical Reimbursement – This grant helps to offset medical expenses related to a line-of-duty injury of a disabled/paralyzed officer.

 

Holiday & Birthday Gifts - Children of disabled or paralyzed officers receive birthday and Christmas gifts each year until their 18th birthday.

 

Educational Scholarships - We offer these to paralyzed/disabled officers’ children who have completed high school and are pursuing a four-year degree; we also offer scholarships to injured officers who are no longer able to work in law enforcement.

 

Summer Camp Scholarships – Children of disabled or paralyzed officers may select any summer camp they wish and we will provide funds to help offset the cost.

 

Mother’s & Father’s Day Gifts & Cards – Each year on Mother’s & Father’s Day, the paralyzed or disabled officers and their spouses are sent a card and small gift as a reminder that their sacrifice is not forgotten.

 

For more information on the Family Fund, contact Janet Caron at

321-264-0911 Ext 132 or JanetC@aphf.org

From Kameron J: Thank you for supporting my future! I will work hard to make you proud!

Family Services Family Survivor’s Fund

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Emergency Assistance – When an officer is killed in the line of duty, we issue a check that is sent to the fallen officer’s agency for distribution to the family.

 

Grief Counseling – We make grief counseling funds available to the family of the fallen officer for a period of two years after the tragedy.

 

Holiday & Birthday Gifts – Children of fallen officers receive birthday and Christmas gifts each year until their 18th birthday.

 

College Scholarships – Once the child of a fallen officer completes high school, he/she can apply for a college scholarship, available all four years of their higher education.

 

Summer Camp Scholarships – The children of a fallen officer may select any summer camp they wish and we will provide funds to help offset the cost.

 

Mother’s & Father’s Day Gifts & Cards – Each year on Mother’s & Father’s Day, the parents of fallen officers are sent a card and small gift as a reminder that their – and their child’s – sacrifice is not forgotten.

 

Gifts of Remembrance – The first year after the loss of an officer, the officer’s family and police agency receive “Gifts of Remembrance” in tribute to the fallen officer.

 

For more information on the Survivor’s Fund, contact Lori Shepherd at

321-264-0911 Ext 102 or LoriS@aphf.org

Minda R: It was such a wonderful surprise to receive the scholarship check to pursue my college degree. Your organization has played such an important role in my life since my Dad died in 1999. Your support is forever appreciated.

How Can You Help?

Frequently Asked Questions: Fundraising Disclosure

Make a Donation - Make a tax-deductible donation today and help make a difference in the lives of an officer and their families. Click the DONATE button at the bottom of the page.

Know an Officer or Family in Need - Do you know an officer or family in need of assistance from any of our programs? Help us get connected with them!

Support a Specific Program - Is there a specific program that particularly touches your heart? Contact us when making your donation and we will be sure it goes to the program of your choosing. 

 

For more information, contact Tara Dixon Engel at

321-264-0911 Ext. 133 or email TaraE@aphf.org