Working on this book has been a source of great pride for me. Many people have helped me complete this project and I would like to thank each one of them for all of their efforts. I was lucky to meet many interesting officers, such as Officer George Camp. I am fascinated that he remembered the details of Officer Stang's murder, which had occurred 63 years prior to our meeting. I had done a tremendous amount of research on the murder, so I was quite familiar with the names, dates and circumstances. I was shocked that he remembered all of the details, including the U of M student's name that was in the store. Officer Camp was 90 years old, sick in bed with cancer when I spoke to him. He would die a short time later. His daughter told me it was his last “good day” and if I came to visit a day later, I would not have been able to interview him.

The Ann Arbor News was an invaluable source of information and they truly have been the keeper of the department's history. I would like to thank all the great reporters that captured our history through the years.

Most of all I would like to thank all the officers and civilian workers, who through the years have made the Ann Arbor Police Department one of the best in the state.

Sgt. Michael Logghe

February 17, 2002