Policeman's Lot The Same, British Find




Policeman's Lot The Same, British Find
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24
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March
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1990
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Housing Problem Designated As Chief Project For J.C.C.




Housing Problem Designated As Chief Project For J.C.C.
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December
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1937
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Ann Arbor Police Department Appoints First Female Patrolwomen, March 1971


Ann Arbor Police Department Appoints First Female Patrolwomen, March 1971
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Distaff Side Of Police Work ~ Police Chief Walter E. Krasny appears with four new members of his department. Left to right are Diane M. DiPonio, Tanya L. Padgett, Chief Krasny, Martha E. Parks and Tommie A. Stewart. The three uniformed women are the first patrolwomen in the history of the department. Miss DePonio will serve as an investigator with the Detective and Youth Divisions. She holds a master's degree from EMU. (Ann Arbor News Photo By Jack Stubbs)
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Ann Arbor Police Department Police School Graduation, March 1971


Ann Arbor Police Department Police School Graduation, March 1971
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Women Assume Duties In Police Experiment




Women Assume Duties In Police Experiment
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1971
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Ann Arbor Police Training Class, December 1970


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Ann Arbor Police Recruits Training In Arrest Procedures, September 1970


Ann Arbor Police Recruits Training In Arrest Procedures, September 1970
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Police Recruits Being Trained - Ann Arbor Police Department recruit, right, holds a gun on Platoon Lt. Marvin Dann, against car, while another recruit prepares to search him. The exercise is aimed at showing recruits the recommended procedure in stopping a car and searching a suspect. The half-dozen recruits in the current city police class are scheduled to complete their six-week training period in about a week.
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Police Year: Murders, Marches, New Gear




Police Year: Murders, Marches, New Gear
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1970
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Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny Speaks to Law Enforcement Recruits, March 1969


Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny Speaks to Law Enforcement Recruits, March 1969
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Something New In Police Training - Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, center, speaks to the first police recruit class in the area to graduate under the state's new Law Enforcement Training Council program. The Training Council outlines program content for police recruits throughout the state and certifies instructors for the basic course given to novice policemen. Krasny in City Council chambers yesterday presented certificates from the Training Council to five city recruits while Ypsilanti Police Chief Ray Walton, second from left, distributed the diplomas to two recruits from his department who completed the nine-week program with the Ann Arbor Department. Ann Arbor Senior Police Capt. Harold E. Olson is beside Walton at the left. All the new officers will go on duty on Monday. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Cecil Lockard)
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