The Vancouver Police Museum and Archives is dedicated to preserving the history and memory of British Columbia’s largest independent municipal agency, the historic City Coroner’s Services and the City Analyst's Laboratory. It serves as an educational institution, living memorial, cultural anchor, and bridge between Vancouver citizens, visitors and local law enforcement.
240 East Cordova Street, Vancouver, BC email@example.com
Thursday - Saturday: 11am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
Closed Monday - Wednesday
& Statutory Holidays
The Vancouver Police Museum & Archives is an independent museum run by the Vancouver Police Historical Society, a registered charity. The museum’s foundations began in celebration of the Vancouver Police Department’s centennial anniversary in 1986 and have since expanded beyond the blue lens of local law enforcement to include the history of the Coroner’s Court building that houses the museum.
Walk through the museum's authentic historic spaces and learn about some of Vancouver's most exciting criminal cases and unsolved murder mysteries, or find out about the fascinating history of forensic science and policing in Vancouver. Our exhibits are educational, captivating, and include authentic photos, archival material and artefacts straight from the source. Don't forget, admission also gives you direct access to the city's former morgue and autopsy room!
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The Vancouver Police Historical Society (VPHS) Board of Directors are committed to supporting the strategic, financial and operational management of the Vancouver Police Museum.
Directors are elected annually for a one year term and there is no limit to the number of terms a board member can stand.
Current Board Members