Among Washington, D.C.’s most important landmarks, is the new National Law Enforcement Museum that has been recently constructed by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Its immersive mission is to provide a day-in-the-life experience of what it’s like to be a law enforcement officer. The museum’s developers acknowledge a current disconnect between law enforcement and some communities. They hope the museum, through storytelling and interactive displays and exhibits, will help build a bridge between the public and law enforcement.
[Pictured in left photo: Brett Rowley, Vice President & Sherry Rowley, President]
Brett and Sherry Rowley, Co-Founders of Off Duty Services (ODS), attended the opening ceremony on Thursday, October 11th, 2018. In attendance were Mayor Muriel E. Bowser, former Attorney General John Ashcroft, and and retired Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey. The ceremony included a ribbon cutting by the honorary chairman, Clint Eastwood, and concluded with a rendition of “God Bless America” by Boston (MA) Police Officers alongside the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Voices in Motion Choir.
“It is an honor for Off Duty Services to sponsor and participate in such a noble cause,” said Sherry Rowley. “Further, it was exciting to attend the National Law Enforcement Memorial Museum opening in Washington D.C. and see the law enforcement community be recognized for their important contributions.”
Off Duty Services is proud to be a partner with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. ODS is planning for an exciting year of fundraising as well as attending the annual NLEOMF Police Week activities in May of 2019. Off Duty Services is looking forward to continuing the relationship between law enforcement officers and their surrounding communities.