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Raleigh Law Enforcement Training Center (LETC)


As a part of the new 60,000 sq/ft training center, Design Dimension was selected to partner with Moseley Architects to develop interpretive exhibits in the lobby to provide historical context to the Raleigh Police department. Our team worked with the RPD historian and public information officers to share stories of the past and the goals for the future of the department and it’s training academy. The narrative is organized by the five values, displayed as pillars in the exhibit: Service, Courage, Fairness, Integrity, and Compassion.


The museum elements include custom casework for artifacts, free standing modular kiosks, interchangeable interpretive panels, touch screen tablets, and a plethora of artifacts and memorabilia. Visitors, trainees, current staff, and family members alike can explore the history of the Chiefs, the evolution of the uniform and gear, the districts, and see the impact of the on-going community outreach.


Our team developed a separate website, now maintained by the public information officer, that houses interviews, videos, and articles that related to the current community engagements around the police department. 


Masterplan Development

Community Feedback Sessions

Interactive Immersive Experience





Moseley Architecture

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