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Ann Arbor Police Department Police Training School at City Hall, March, 1939

Ann Arbor Police Department Police Training School at City Hall, March, 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1939
Caption
The keen interest shown by members of the Ann Arbor Police Department in the police training school, which meets three afternoons a week, is illustrated in this photograph snapped as the officers listened closely to a discussion of some fine point of police work. Seated around the table from left to right are: Patrolmen Albert E. Heusel, Rolland J. Gainsley, George W. Camp, Herman D. Suma, Edward C. Gokenbach, Erwin M. Keebler, John F. Wagner, jr., and Julius G. Ehnis.

Ann Arbor Police Officer George Camp Studies An Accident Map, September 1939

Ann Arbor Police Officer George Camp Studies An Accident Map, September 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1939
Caption
MAPPING LOCATION OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS: In an effort to better attack the city's accident problem by determining the locations of accidents, the Ann Arbor police department is keeping an accident map. In the above photograph Officer George W. Camp is shown studying the pins which designate accidents on the map.