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Day
12
Month
April
Year
1968
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Ann Arbor Police Department Inaugurates University Patrol Unit, March 1972

Ann Arbor Police Department Inaugurates University Patrol Unit, March 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1972
Caption
New Men On Campus - City Police Lt. Kenneth B. Klinge (right) points out an area his new campus police unit will patrol to Sgt. Harold Rady (left), Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, (second from left) and Staff Sgt. Richard G. Hill. Kling is the new head of the University Unit, a 23-man city police force which is assigned permanently to the campus. Sgt. Hill will be Klinge's assistant and Sgt. Rady is to take over the Police-Community Relations Unit formerly directed by Klinge. The first patron assigned to the unit was dispatched yesterday.

Ann Arbor Police Officer Aided In Arrests In Armed Robbery at Ann Arbor Bank Branch on Packard Rd, March 1973

Ann Arbor Police Officer Aided In Arrests In Armed Robbery at Ann Arbor Bank Branch on Packard Rd, March 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1973
Caption
A limited duty officer with the Ann Arbor Police Department, Steve Hill (crouching, left) played a key role in the capture Thursday of three bank robbery suspects. Hill, shown with his father, Police Lt. Richard Hill (far left), and Police Chief Walter Krasny, indicates a rust spot on his dog control truck where a bullet might have glanced off the vehicle as he followed the suspects' fleeing car and radioed in its location to other police patron cars. Hill was unarmed as one of the suspects fired several shots back at his truck.

Ann Arbor Police Department First Father-Son Combination, August 1971

Ann Arbor Police Department First Father-Son Combination, August 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1971
Caption
Father-Son Combination - Limited Duty Patrolman Steven Hill (left) has joined the Ann Arbor Police Department to help form the first father-son combination in the department's history. His father, staff Sgt. Richard G. Hill (right) has been a city policeman for more than 15 years. Their boss is Deputy Police Chief Harold E. Olson, shown going over their reports.

Ann Arbor Police Department Investigative Training at City Hall, October 1954

Ann Arbor Police Department Investigative Training at City Hall, October 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1954
Caption
City Police Go To School: City police officers were snooping around all over the Council Chambers at City Hall yesterday, looking for "clues" at a "crime scene" set up by FBI agents. From the looks of the picture, they found plenty to work on in this "safecracking." The Police Department holds an in-service training program one day a month throughout the year, and other agencies, such as the FBI, help in the instruction. Pictured here (left to right) are Patrolman Raymond Woodruff, Detective Harry Gensler, Patrolman Richard Hill, Special Agent Clair Carter of the FBI, Patrolman Elton Cooper, Special Agent Ross Brink of the FBI and Sgt. Headley Downey. The special program was held yesterday afternoon.