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Ann Arbor Police Recruit John A. Hall Is Sworn In, May 1967

Ann Arbor Police Recruit John A. Hall Is Sworn In, May 1967
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Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1967
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Son Being Sworn In: Deputy City Clerk Lambert Fleming (foreground) swears in John A. Hall as a recruit patrolman with the Ann Arbor Police Department as his father, Sheriff's Detective Joe E. Hall, watches. Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey, Cpl. Hall's boss is a the left, while City Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, for whom John Hall now works, is at the right.
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Area Law Enforcement Plan For Traffic At University of Michigan Football Game, September 1966

Area Law Enforcement Plan For Traffic At University of Michigan Football Game, September 1966
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Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1966
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Outlining Their Game Plan: U-M Football Coach Bump Elliott isn't the only person with a "game plan" for Saturday. These four men have one of their own and as seen here they are checking last-minute details on it. From left to right are Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey, Francis (Jack) Treado of the Washtenaw County Road Commission, Lt. Howard A. Zeck of the city Police Department, and Sgt. Carl Freeborn, commander of the State Police post at Ypsilanti.
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Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969

Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969
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Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969

Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969
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Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969

Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969
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Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969

Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969
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Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969

Col. Fredrick Davids Talks About Investigation into Michigan Murders, August 1969
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Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1969
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State Police Director Col. Fredrick Davids (third from left), coordinating the investigation into the slayings of seven young women in the area, held his first local press conference this morning in the former Holy Ghost Seminary on Washtenaw. Left to right are Prosecuting Attorney William F. Delhey, Ann Arbor Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, Davids, Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey, State Police Detective Capt. Dan Myre, and Eastern Michigan University Security Chief John Hayes. Ypsilanti Police Chief Ray Walton also was present. (Story on Page 1)
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City Police Department Has 11-Officer Shortage

Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1965


City Police Department Has 11-Officer Shortage
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September
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1965
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Police Discipline Said Reason 'Some' Resign

Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1965


Police Discipline Said Reason 'Some' Resign
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September
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1965
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Fleeing Motorist's Auto Drags Officer 478 Feet

Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1968


Fleeing Motorist's Auto Drags Officer 478 Feet
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May
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1968
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