Collections • YouthLink Calgary Police Interpretive Centre
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The CPS Archives host Alberta’s largest collection of policing artifacts, including uniforms, weapons, vehicles, and historic casefiles and evidence.

Our vast collection of policing artifacts continues to grow almost daily. From policing tools to Calgary Police uniforms, we collect all manner of law enforcement implements, uniforms, and regalia. We also actively collect personal mementos and memorabilia of current and former Calgary Police members. By the numbers our artifact collection includes:

  • Over 2000 uniform items including shirts, pants, boots, belts, gloves and headwear.
  • More than 4000 regalia pieces including: pins, buttons, badges, uniform flashes and medals.
  • Excess of 1000 artifacts that illustrate the way science and the art of photography has evolved throughout the 20th century.
  • Tools and occupational equipment both unique to policing and universally necessary such as: radios, computers, call boxes, radar guns, breathalyzers, body armour and much more!

If you are in possession of any items that you think may be of interest to the Calgary Police Interpretive Centre and are willing to consider a donation to the museum, please send an email with the history and description of the item to us at archives