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Duty Transfers Set For Police

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
August
Year
1968
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Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Robert D. Robinson Assigned To Ann Arbor High School, September 1968

Ann Arbor Police Department Patrolman Robert D. Robinson Assigned To Ann Arbor High School, September 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 6, 1968
Caption
AAHS Officer - Patrolman Robert D. Robinson, senior city patrolman, today assumed his new position as on-duty police officer at Ann Arbor High School. Robinson, 22-year veteran of police service, is a member of his department's Police-Community Relations section and has been active as an adult adviser in youth groups in Ann Arbor. He will be on duty each day the high school is in session and during vacation periods will draw assignments from Sgt. Kenneth B. Klinger, head of the Police-Community Relations Bureau.

Ann Arbor Police Motorcycle Patrolmen In New Jackets, February 1964

Ann Arbor Police Motorcycle Patrolmen In New Jackets, February 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 26, 1964
Caption
The New Look: The eight motorcycle patrolmen in the Ann Arbor Police Department's Traffic Division have discarded their navy blue cloth "riding coats" worn in cold weather for the new, light blue nylon jackets. Police Chief Rolland J. Gainsley said the new jackets will be warmer and will give them easier movement. The officers are (left to right) Cpl. Alroy Vanderpool, Traffic Division command office, Patrolmen Walter DeDula, Robert Mueller, Arthur Hughes, Charles Fleming, Robert Robinson, William Miller, and Arvil Patton. Patrolman Robert O'Dell, also a motorcycle officer, was on University patrol duty at the time the picture was taken.

Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Posts Parking Warning, February 1962

Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Posts Parking Warning, February 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 9, 1962
Caption
Fair Warning: Patrolman Robert Robinson of the city's Traffic Bureau posts a warning paper on a car in violation of the downtown area's one and two-hour parking limit.

Police and Suspects at Scene Where Evidence Was Discarded In Murder of Pauline A. Campbell, September 1951

Police and Suspects at Scene Where Evidence Was Discarded In Murder of Pauline A. Campbell, September 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1951
Caption
Where Stolen Purse Was Discarded: A mist-shrouded bridge on Superior Rd. across the Huron River where the three youths who admitted killing Nurse Pauline Campbell said they threw her purse was visited early this morning after the teen-agers confessed to the slaying. At the scene (left to right) are Ann Arbor Police Lieutenant Walter Krasny; William R. Morey, 18, admitted striking the fatal blows; Patrolman Robert Robinson; David L. Royal, 17, who took part in the robbery-slaying; State Police Detective Joseph Liebherr (behind Royal); and Capt. Rolland Gainsley of the Ann Arbor Police Department. A tip by a Michigan State Normal College sophomore led to the arrest of Morey, Royal and Jacob M. Pell, 18.

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo, May 1953

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo, May 1953 image

School Board Ponders Drug-Use Problem

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
March
Year
1969
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