Admission to the Cleveland Police Museum is free.
- Open Wednesday & Thursday from 10am – 2pm, and tours by appointment.
- Location: (Map It) Cleveland Justice Center at 1300 Ontario St. in Cleveland, Ohio
- Phone: 216-623-5055
- Web: click here
Cleveland Police Museum has a wide variety of arresting displays and artifacts, including death masks, motorcycles, the first call box and case files and police blotters dating back to 1866. Many other photographs and scrapbooks depict chilling notorious crime stories in the area’s history. In addition, the museum highlights Eliot Ness, weapons, mounted units and a Hall-of-Fame. Another point of interest is the first closed-circuit camera used in banks, which is displayed at the museum.