Police Museum

Did you know that down at the Hoboken Police Headquarters, on 106 Hudson St., there is a historical police museum on the 2nd floor?

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There are about 8 or 10 display cases with various artifacts from the hundreds of years the Hoboken Police Department has been in service. Guns, articles, gear, and other items on display chronicalling the different eras.
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Some of the stuff is rather interesting, however, they could have done a better job displaying them. A few of the cases had items that you had no idea what they were or when they were from.

But still an interesting way to kill 5 minutes if you’re in the area. They also have a mini 9/11 memorial in there as well as some other interesting stuff.

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13 Comments on "Police Museum"

truth1
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truth1

I worked with Firefighter ‘Sonny’ Cassirer who was a great ‘smoke-eater’ and gentleman. 😛

warren
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warren

thanks for the respect we knew our dad was well respected as a fire fighter and also has a person my email is wcassirer@gmail.com please respond[quote comment=”207172″]I worked with Firefighter ‘Sonny’ Cassirer who was a great ‘smoke-eater’ and gentleman. [/quote]

legendkiller
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At the end of the tour you can find Hooters shot glasses and New Orleans beads. 👿

escaped68
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I would like to see a way to put sound effects to some comments, this one deserves a rim shot from a drum.[quote comment=”203416″]At the end of the tour you can find Hooters shot glasses and New Orleans beads. [/quote]

homeworld
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You’re in luck: http://instantrimshot.com/%5Bquote comment=”203424″]I would like to see a way to put sound effects to some comments, this one deserves a rim shot from a drum.

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nacholibre
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nacholibre

Very cool, and good info. H411! I will definitely chick it out if I can make bail.

😯

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

When my father got black jacked and put to sleep for standing on the corner. never arrested..understood.. He use to drop water balloons on the irish cops that hated the italians..In chicago the police chief refused to hire dagos in the mid 20’s..times change
capone saw to that…Its a matter of steps and stairs..god luv em all..funny..we were told to go to korea and get killled..by a certain asshole that lost his own son in viet nam..it comes back to bite them..now look as long as your 5’1 your on the force. luv it

escaped68
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Is the shoe there that the cops would threaten to put up our asses

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

if you remember you may still have the toe up your anus..good old days..today they take u to court..how dare they lmao.[quote comment=”193780″]Is the shoe there that the cops would threaten to put up our asses[/quote]

gail
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gail

warren,gus cassirer was my uncle.emma,his sister was my grandmother.remember aunt rita?did you know about his blood donations?he also ran a fund raiser for a boys baseball team.my grandfather,tom cahill,was also a cop in hoboken.maybe we can share info. gail[quote comment=”193805″]if you remember you may still have the toe up your anus..good old days..today they take u to court..how dare they lmao.[/quote]

warren
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warren

hi gail,that was my grandfather my dad was sonny cassirer hoboken fireman for 30 yrs on observer highway i have all my grandfather blood donation articles i believe it was 109 pints of blood donated please feel free to call me at 904-794-0455 or email me at wcassirer@gmail.com please call so we can talk thanks warren cassirer[quote comment=”203409″]warren,gus cassirer was my uncle.emma,his sister was my grandmother.remember aunt rita?did you know about his blood donations?he also ran a fund raiser for a boys baseball team.my grandfather,tom cahill,was also a cop in hoboken.maybe we can share info. gail[/quote]

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