Law Enforcement Museum

Bonanzaville Full Village Tour

Law Enforcement Museum

West Fargo, North Dakota 58078, United States

Created By: North Dakota State University


This building was originally constructed in the 1960's for use as the Fargo Auxillary Police Training Center, as well as a storage building for supplies and Auxillary owned vehicles. In its history is has also served as a polling place, a precinct station and as a weight and exercise room for the force. It also has significance as the first Rape Abuse Committee meeting place and a training space for FBI and SWAT teams.

The building came to Bonanzaville in 1986 to serve as exhibit space for area law enforcement history. It includes authentic jail cells and a squad car, as well as various uniforms from law enforcements past.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Bonanzaville Full Village Tour


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