New Zealand Police Museum
The New Zealand Police Museum is located on the Royal New Zealand Police College campus. Established by the Police Commissioner in 1908 the museum was originally modelled on the Black Museum at Scotland Yard. Today the museum houses and exhibits a large collection of New Zealand Police cultural property and criminal case evidence. Opened to the public in 1996 the museum is a modern facility providing education programmes to all ages, using examples of policing excellence and telling the stories of some of the countries most famous crimes.
Private Bag 50906, PORIRUA
04 238 3141
Royal NZ Police College campus Papakowhai Road, PORIRUA Use: Waitangirua/Papakowhai Exit on SH1
Monday - Sunday, 10am-5pm
Free general admission. Tours and Education Programmes.