PHOENIX (AP) - Phoenix police are ready to open the doors of the agency's museum in a new home.
Mayor Greg Stanton and Police Chief Daniel Garcia are among the officials who will open the Phoenix Police Museum on Wednesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The new museum will be located at the site of the original police headquarters inside the Historic City Hall.
City officials say the museum will feature a replica of a 1800s-era jail cell, interactive displays and a memorial room with stained-glass windows honoring fallen officers.
They say this new location offers a much larger space to showcase the department's equipment from decades past.
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