Essex Police Museum
The museum tells the story of the history of the police in Essex from the Victorians to modern day. The museum was set up as a charity in 1992 to provide a home for the historical items belonging to Essex Police. We now have over 25,000 items in the collection consisting of objects, photos and paper documents. Its aim is to preserve the history of Essex Police and expand public knowledge and awareness of the history of the police force by collecting, preserving, and displaying material relevant to the history of Essex Police. Things you must see: The shoes of Camille Holland, murdered for her money in 1898, The death mask of Frederick Browne who murdered PC Gutteridge in 1927, the classic 1960s Noddy Bike.