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Safety First

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
June
Year
1985
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Traffic Jam

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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
July
Year
1980
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Ann Arbor Police Officer James Patrick Nolan Demonstrates Handcuffs at Safety Town, July 1982

Ann Arbor Police Officer James Patrick Nolan Demonstrates Handcuffs at Safety Town, July 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 7, 1982
Caption
Cuff Display - Pre-schoolers enrolled in the city's "Safety Town" at Abbot School are all eyes as city patrolman Patrick Nolan holds up a set of handcuffs during a teaching session on Tuesday. a record 561 children are going through this year's twice-a-day instruction which continue through July 15. More than 1,700 Ann Arbor children will have completed the four-year-old safety program when the current program is completed. Instructions deal with traffic, water and personal safety as well as fire prevention.

Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Patrick Nolan Demonstrates Loudspeaker at Safety Town, July 1982

Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Patrick Nolan Demonstrates Loudspeaker at Safety Town, July 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 7, 1982
Caption
Safety Work - "Safety Town," the simulated village to teach small children safety practices, is in full swing at Abbot Elementary School in Ann Arbor. Now in its fourth year, the program is sponsored by the Ann Arbor Police Department and the public schools. At left, Iris Mintz and police Capt. Kenneth B. Klinge, coordinators of the project, check over youngsters' artwork. Below [this photo], a group of pre-kindergartners peer into a police scout car where Patrolman Patrick Nolan demonstrates the use of a loudspeaker atop the cruiser.