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 Pennsylvania State Police
 Honor Fallen Troopers

 

 

Although COVID-19 mitigation efforts prevented us from gathering in person, we collectively paused on Saturday, May 2, 2020 to recognize the 115th anniversary of the Department and to honor the 98 Pennsylvania State Police members who have lost their lives in service to the Commonwealth.

The granite Wall of Honor has been filled to capacity. Preparations are currently being made to add an additional wall. Due to the rising costs of granite and associated materials, the price to purchase a brick will be $350. Bricks may be purchased by contacting the museum at 717.534.0565

Memorial Brick Only ...$350.

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PSP-HEMC MUSEUM HOURS

The Pa State Police HEM.C Operations
office and Museum is in Hershey, PA, 187
Police Academy Drive. Office hours:

Monday thru Friday 9am to 4:00pm
Op
en Saturdays: 10am to 3pm
Tour Schedule 
Call 2 weeks prior when scheduling a tour.
Special Weekend Operational Hours Click here
If you are traveling from a distance, call ahead! 
We are closed, Sundays and for state holidays, and occasionally closed if out of town doing a show.
Phone: 717.534.0565 or email us.

General Admission

Adults: $7.00
Students: ( 6-18 yrs.old ) $4.00
Children 5 and under: Free

Guided Tour Admission

Requires 2 Weeks Advance Notice:

Adults: $10.00
Students: ( 6-18 yrs.old ) $5.00
Children 5 and under: Free
Tour Hours:   Click here!

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PSP-HEMC
187 Police Academy Drive Hershey, PA 17033 

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 DEDICATION

Wall of Honor Dedication

The granite Wall of Honor has been filled to capacity. Preparations are currently being made to add an additional wall.

Due to the rising costs of granite and associated materials, the price to purchase a brick will be $350. Bricks may be purchased by contacting the museum at 717.534.0565.

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Wall of Honor Dedication 
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PSP-HEMC
PHASE II
EXPANSION COMPLETED
The new 6,000sq.ft.expansion 
of the museum includes a donor-funded chapel, more exhibit area, a vehicle display, and a multi-purpose room for senior citizen education and public use for meeting space rental.


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The Pennsylvania State Police is the world's largest internationally accredited law enforcement agency. This honor was awarded by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies also known as CALEA. Learn more
   Friend of the Museum
  Legendary golfer and "Friend of
  PSP-HEMC", Arnold Palmer
  passed away on September 25,
  2016. He was a supporter of the
  PSP Museum, and is sadly
  missed by all.
  Arnold Palmer Message...

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Arnold Palmer

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Implosion at Los Alamos
By Colonel Glenn A. Walp, PhD
(PSP, Retired}

2011 IPPY Award Winner

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Implosion at Los Alamos
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 Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Glenn Walp,
(PSP, retired) was hired by “the lab” to investigate crime and lapsed security that plagued the lab post-9/11. Walp uncovered the theft/loss of over $3 million in taxpayer property.
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PSP-HEMC | 187 Police Academy Drive | Hershey, PA 17033 | Phone: +1 717.534.0565