The Bangor Police Department museum contains hundreds of authentic police items dating back to the 1700s.
Special displays include mannequins dressed in actual uniforms, a scrapbook of news articles going back to the early 1800s, and a mobile one-person jail cell called a "tramp chair."
Selected Bangor Police Museum images:
- Paddy Wagon, Bangor
- F. W. Hill Block, Bangor, ca. 1935
- Exchange Street Ruins with armed guard, Bangor, 1911
- Brady Gang Alias Signature, Bangor, 1937
- Brady Gang plane, Bangor, October 14, 1937
- Brady Gang Shooting, Bangor, 1937
- Clarence Shaffer's Dead Body, Bangor, 1937
- Al Brady's Dead Body, Bangor, 1937
- Clarence Lee Shaffer's Covered Body, Bangor, 1937
- Congratulations for Shep Hurd, Bangor, October 13, 1937
- J. Edgar Hoover to Shep Hurd, Bangor, October 29, 1937
- J. Edgar Hoover to Shep Hurd, Bangor, November 24, 1937