This small museum is well worth a visit, but it is a bit hard to find even though there is a direction sign on a nearby corner in the Merchant City area.
The most interesting part was the display on the history of the Glasgow police force, which was one of the first in the world. There are copies of some of the documents that led to its establishment, and lots of uniforms, badges, hats, truncheons and the like, including many uniforms and hats from other police forces around the world.
This museum appears to be manned by volunteers, who are very friendly and informative, and it's free but needs donations as it looks like it does not get much official support.
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