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The Museum of Policing is a registered charity, run on a voluntary basis with expenses being met by the donations of supporters. It is situated inside a working police station, therefore all visits must be made by prior appointment.
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Painstaking research has uncovered the fascinating stories of many people who served within Cheshire Police from Chief Constables to Specials. Find out about the lives, careers and heroic acts of these former officers.
The evolution of police uniforms is illustrated by numerous displays of equipment and insignia. Headgear, uniforms, badges and buttons adorn the displays many worn on mannequins to add realism.
From a replica tardis style Police Box to a charge office scene and a display featuring the work of the Under Water Search Unit the museum has it all. Exhibits include handcuffs and ornate original truncheons which date back to the early days of policing.