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Director Robert C. Britton Receives Gift From Junior Deputies, November 1961

Director Robert C. Britton Receives Gift From Junior Deputies, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1961
Caption
SURPRISE GIFT: Sheriff's Deputy Robert C. Britton (left) accepts a box containing a gift certificate from Junior Deputy Inspector James Hoffmeyer. Britton has been director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Junior Deputies since it was formed in 1956.

Larry Dishman Accepts National Award On Behalf of Junior Deputies, November 1963

Larry Dishman Accepts National Award On Behalf of Junior Deputies, November 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1963
Caption
THE BEST DRESSED: Sheriff George A. Peterson (right) congratulates Junior Deputy Lt. Larry Dishman (left) of 729 Brookside Dr., on the national award the local chapter of the Junior Deputy League recently won from the National Sheriffs' Association in Portland, Ore. The award was presented for the most attractive uniform and for the group's activity program. Deputy Robert C. Britton (center) is director of the chapter, while Richard Simon (second from right) represents the local Junior Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the chapter for teenage boys.

Robert C. Britton Awards Badge to Junior Deputy Inspector Captain Bud Sigler, December 1963

Robert C. Britton Awards Badge to Junior Deputy Inspector Captain Bud Sigler, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
Caption
BADGE PRESENTATION: Robert C. Britton, director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Washtenaw Junior Deputy League, second from right, presents a gold badge to Bud Sigler who last night was promoted to inspector captain. Participating in the presentation are, left to right, Sheriff's Deputy Ronald Parker, Sigler, Robert Roos, assistant director of the chapter, Britton, and Larry Roos who is now staff sergeant.

Sheriff's Department Officers Count Contributions From First Annual Pig Bowl, December 1969

Sheriff's Department Officers Count Contributions From First Annual Pig Bowl, December 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 13, 1969
Caption
Counting Contributions Keeps Them Busy - Sheriff's Detective Lt. Stanton L. Bordine, left, and Sheriff's Youth Bureau Sgt. Robert C. Britton, are busy these days counting up toys and checks in the aftermath of the first annual "Pig Bowl" football game. Sgt. Britton is holding a four-foot-high Christmas stocking containing toys which was donated by a local woman to "Pig Bowl" receipts. Bordine is standing beside a "pig poster" being distributed by an Ann Arbor businessman which contains the signatures of all deputies and city policemen who played in the game last Sunday afternoon.