New Brass In Police Department - Promotions brought smiles this week at the Ann Arbor Police Department. From left are Police Chief Walter E. Krasny; Howard A. Zeck, advanced to major/ new captains Kenneth B. Klinge, head of the department's University Unit; Marvin Dann, Donald Carnahan and Thomas Minick, all platoon commanders; Eugene L. Staudenmaier, Intelligence Division, and Robert Whitaker, Research and Records Division head. Also promoted to major was Walter V. Hawkins, while Detectives Raymond Woodruff and Robert Conn received captains' bars.
Chiefs Talk About Old Times - Two chiefs got together the other day to reminisce. Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny (right) went to the W. Liberty Street home of retired Chief Casper M. Enkemann to present the former chief with a plaque from officials of the Michigan Police Chiefs Association. Enkemann, a policeman here for 30 years before his retirement in 1960, headed the chiefs' group during his tenure. The plaque honored the ex-chief for his service. Krasny was elected president of the same association at its annual May meeting.
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.