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[APD Motorcycle Patrol Unit, 1922, right view]
Partial photograph of the Motorcycle Patrol Unit of 1922. The photograph was taken on a street with a brick wall in the background. Some of the men are standing on the sidewalk and some of the men are sitting on their motorcycles. Included in the photograph are Jim Coke, Constable Robert Young, Mike Thompson, Police Commissioner Hugh Moore, Guy Newman, Mr. Baker and Harvey Oldman. The motorcycles are possibly Indian Twins. The picture shows details on the right side of the group. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176312/
[APD Mounted Patrol police with motorcycle policeman, ca. 1986]
Photograph of two police officers in tan uniform on horseback and a police officer in tan uniform on his Harley Davidson police motorcycle. The caption under the print says "Members of the Police department's mounted patrol unit prepare their horses for duty." Officer Dan Armstrong and Officer Chuck Johnson are mounted on their horses and Officer Don Burke is sitting on his motorcycle "Old Silver". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176422/
[APD. New 1993 Arlington police cruiser]
Photograph of a new 1993 Chevrolet Arlington police cruiser parked in front of the Ott Cribbs Station at 620 West Division Street. The driver side door shows the Arlington City emblem with "Arlington Police" beside it. The small rear window has "806" underneath it. "Call 9-1-1 Emergency" is inside a circle which is placed next to the rear tail light and bumper. The roof has the red, white, and blue flashing lights attached. A push bumper is mounted on the front. 'Law and Order Magazine 1993' gave this cruiser third place in its Design Contest for its "very simple, clean design which looks good both day and night." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176437/
[APD officer running speed radar]
Photograph of an Arlington police officer in tan uniform standing in front of his patrol car checking for speeders on Division Street (near the Eastern Star Home). The speed radar monitor sits on the hood of his vehicle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176382/
[APD officers following tactical response, 1984]
Photograph of Arlington Police officers following tactical response. They are Dwayne Darter, Greg Waldron, and Jim McRobbie. This picture is taken from a doorway. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176321/
[APD ORBIS history in Arlington]
Photograph of a page from the 1984 Arlington Police Commemorative Book that explains the history of ORBIS, Arlington's first speed detection device. Along with the information, the page shows a picture taken by ORBIS of a moving vehicle, a picture of the signage that was posted on SPUR 303, and a picture of the ORBIS device that was placed along the edge of the street. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176445/
[APD ORBIS photo of a moving vehicle]
Photograph of an automobile in motion on the road, using ORBIS, Arlington's first speed detection device. A vehicle travelling faster than a preset speed triggers ORBIS to take a picture of the vehicle, including the front license area and the driver. The date, time, and vehicle speed is included on the picture. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176325/
[APD patch. Current officer's patch, 2010-present]
Photograph of the current APD patch which was commissioned in 2009. The patch is outlined in first in black, then white and finally blue on a black background. "Police" is written in white at the top and is blocked in by a slightly arched blue line. The Arlington logo (the left leg of the "A" in blue, the right leg in red, and crossed by a white star) is in the center of the patch. Beneath the logo, "Arlington" is written in white. At the bottom of the patch, Texas is depicted in red and overwritten with "Texas" in white. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176346/
[APD patch. First supervisor patch with gold lettering and red trim]
Photograph of the first APD patch with gold for a supervisor. The patch is outlined in red with a dark blue background. "Arlington" is written in gold at the top and "Police" is in gold at the bottom. In the center of the patch is Texas in red with a star indicating Arlington and a circle indicating the metroplex. There are radio signals branching from the star. The first patch was used until 1986. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176342/
[APD patch. Non-supervisor patch with red lettering and red trim]
Photograph of the all red non-supervisor APD patch. The patch is outlined in red with a dark blue background. "Arlington" is written in red at the top and "Police" is in red at the bottom. In the center of the patch Texas is in red with a gold star indicating Arlington and a red circle indicating the metroplex. There are radio signals in red branching from the star. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176343/
[APD patch. Official officers patch, 1986-2010]
Photograph of the official APD patch, 1986-2010. The patch is outlined in black on a black background with an inner outline of gold. "Police" is written in gold at the top and "Arlington" is in gold at the bottom. In the center of the patch Texas is in red with a large gold star overlaying two green laurel branches that cross at the bottom and form an incomplete open circle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176345/
[APD patch. Unofficial APD patch that later became official patch with gold lettering and gold trim]
Photograph of an unofficial APD patch that later became official. Gold was ordered by mistake. The background is dark blue with gold outlining. "Arlington" is written in gold at the top and "Police" is in gold at the bottom. In the center of the patch Texas is in red with a gold star indicating Arlington and a gold circle indicating the metroplex. There are radio signals in light blue/silver branching from the star. The intent was to order a patch with red trim. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176344/
[APD police officers and patrol car at the Arlington Training Center, late 1980s]
Photograph of six Arlington Police officers from different departments standing next to an Arlington patrol car that is parked in the drive way of the Arlington Training Center. Some of the officers are Amy Pickard, Dick Hill, and Ken Roberts. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176471/
[APD police officers from the Southwestern Law Magazine, 1963]
Photograph of twelve Arlington policemen in tan uniforms taken outdoors and beside an automobile. This picture was taken from the Southwestern Law Magazine, 1963. Eight officers are standing and four officers are squatting in front of them. Names from the clipping are: "Back row, left to right are Sgt. Harold White, Bill Wills, Marion Rettig, Albert Kidd, Earl Treadgill, Noah Wooten, Basil Honeycutt, and Carl Ashley. Front row, left to right, are Dave Schaefer, L.L. Ray, Wallace Jeffrey, and Eric Manor". texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176483/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1960, part 1, page 1]
Photograph of a page in the Texas Lawman Magazine that shows twenty members of the Arlington police department from 1960. Each row of names follows each row of photographs, top to bottom and left to right. The first image is of Arlington Police Chief Ott Cribbs. Others are as follows: W.V. Taylor, Harold F. White, James Long, Joe F. Garvin, Jack Green, Jess F. Gann, Ben M. Bounds, Bobby W. Easley, Frank Kelly, Holly Hale, Bill H. Wills, Bob Leech, Glenn Davee, Minor L. Moore, Roy E. Payne, Gene Fuqua, O.B. West, Leroy Carmichael, Henry Morgan. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176484/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1960, part 1, page 2]
Photograph of a page in the Texas Lawman Magazine that shows the names of twenty members of the Arlington police department from 1960 from the image in part 1. The names of the people are listed in the second image. Each row of names follows each row of photographs, top to bottom and left to right. The first image is of Arlington Police Chief Ott Cribbs. Others are as follows: W.V. Taylor, Harold F. White, James Long, Joe F. Garvin, Jack Green, Jess F. Gann, Ben M. Bounds, Bobby W. Easley, Frank Kelly, Holly Hale, Bill H. Wills, Bob Leech, Glenn Davee, Minor L. Moore, Roy E. Payne, Gene Fuqua, O.B. West, Leroy Carmichael, Henry Morgan. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176485/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1960, part 2, page 1]
Photograph of nineteen Arlington police officers and personnel from the Arlington police department in 1960 from the Texas Lawman Magazine. The second image lists the names in the photographs. Each row of names follows each row of photographs, top to bottom and left to right. Listed are: Wayne Waller, A.B. Barton, Thomas A. Lee, J.E. "Hooks" Blanton, Howard Vaughn, R.N. "Dick" Coffee, Bobby Wiggins, John Hague, Bobby Burnett, H.E. Linn, Herman Cantrell, Jim Bradley, Bill Singleton, Joe Phillips, Jim Roberts, Homer Terrell, Herman C. Perry, J.H. Carmichael, Julian Brannon, Ben M. Bounds and Ed Watson (on motorcycles), Dottie Clark (Secretary to Ass't DA). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176486/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1960, part 2, page 2]
Photograph of a page with the names of nineteen Arlington police officers and personnel from the Arlington police department in 1960 from the Texas Lawman Magazine. Each row of names follows each row of photographs, top to bottom and left to right. Listed are: Wayne Waller, A.B. Barton, Thomas A. Lee, J.E. "Hooks" Blanton, Howard Vaughn, R.N. "Dick" Coffee, Bobby Wiggins, John Hague, Bobby Burnett, H.E. Linn, Herman Cantrell, Jim Bradley, Bill Singleton, Joe Phillips, Jim Roberts, Homer Terrell, Herman C. Perry, J.H. Carmichael, Julian Brannon, Ben M. Bounds and Ed Watson (on motorcycles), Dottie Clark (Secretary to Ass't DA). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176487/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1964, page 1]
Photograph of a page taken from the 1964 Texas Lawman Magazine that shows photographs of the Arlington Police Department personnel. Left to right and top to bottom are: Police Chief A.B. "Ott" Cribbs, Herman Perry, Jack Green, Bob Easley, Clayton Jordon, James Long, J.D. McGee, Bob Parsons, Joe Phillips, Noel Pryor, L.L. Ray, Jim Roberts, Bill Taylor, Ed Watson, Harold White, Bobby Wiggins, Noah Wooten, Bill Wills, Mrs. Johnnie Featherston (meter maid), Betty Miller (secretary), Carl Ashley, Larry Barnett, Ben Bounds, Jim Bradley, James Carmichael, Glyn Carpenter, Glen Davee, Grady DeMoss, Del Dibbern, Gene Fuqua. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176473/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1964, page 2]
Photograph of a page taken from the 1964 Texas Lawman Magazine that shows photographs of Arlington police officers. Included is an article that discusses the promotion process and the names of those promoted to sergeants. Left to right and top to bottom are: Jess Gann, Ted Hamilton, Stan Hazlewood, B.J. Hlavaty, B.F. Honeycutt, Albert Kidd, Don Martin, Boyce Megason, Henry Morgan, Ron Morgan, H.H. Morris, Charles Patterson, Ray Ragland, Marrion Rettig, Don Ross, Ronald Shade, Pat Schuster, Earl Threadgill, Jerry Tucker, Jim Westfall, Bill Willard, Henry Alder, Roy Payne. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176474/
[APD police officers from the Texas Lawman Magazine, 1967]
Photograph of a page in a 1967 Texas Lawman Magazine that shows three police officers from the Arlington police department. The names of the officers are listed to the left of the photographs. They are: C.L. Johnson, Jack L. Massey, and Tom W. DeMaris. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176488/
[APD program teaching gun safety to children. Award winners 1970s]
Photograph of three members of the Arlington Police Department standing behind three children who are kneeling on the floor. The child on the left is holding a ribbon and the other two children are holding a rifle and a ribbon. The officers are from left: Tony Gale (in uniform), Barry Worden (in T-shirt that says Arlington Police Dept.), and Lee Eastman (in uniform). A poster in the center behind Officer Worden says "Arlington Police" with the A and star emblem in the middle. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176452/
[APD Reserve Officers, 1957, view 1]
Photograph of the 1957 APD Reserve Officers. All the men but one on the back row are dressed in a uniform. The group is arranged in two rows with one row standing and one row squatting. Some of the men's names are unknown. Known names are: Jack Ferguson, Emmitt Moore, Jesse Holley, B.J. Hlavaty, Jim Brown, B.L. Yeary, Dick Coffee, G.D. Ned Jr., Leo Mettos, Nat M. Rider, Jerry Tucker, Clayton Jordon and Bobby Wiggins. (Reserve Officers are an auxiliary police force composed of volunteers who serve without pay and receive training from the Arlington Police Department. They serve under the Chief of Police.) texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176310/
[APD Reserve Officers, 1957, view 2]
Photograph of the 1957 APD Reserve Officers. All the men but one on the back row are dressed in a uniform. The group is arranged in two rows with one row standing and one row squatting. Some of the men's names are unknown. Known names are: Jack Ferguson, Emmitt Moore, Jesse Holley, B.J. Hlavaty, Jim Brown, B.L. Yeary, Dick Coffee, G.D. Ned Jr., Leo Mettos, Nat M. Rider, Jerry Tucker, Clayton Jordon and Bobby Wiggins. (Reserve Officers are an auxiliary police force composed of volunteers who serve without pay and receive training from the Arlington Police Department. They serve under the Chief of Police.) texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176398/
[APD retirees with Arlington Police Chief David Kunkle, 1992]
Photograph of APD retirees taken in 1992 at a retirement ceremony. Bottom row L to R: Homer DeWolfe (retired 1987), Jerry McCurry (retired 1992), Bob Easley (served 1956-1982). Top row L to R: Bill Wills (retired 1991), Bobby Wiggins (served 1959-1984), James Long (in uniform) (served 1954-1992), Ed Watson (retired 1989), Chief David Kunkle (in uniform), Boyce Megason (retired 1990). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176364/
[APD Special Operations in training]
Photograph of a page taken from the Arlington Police Department Commemorative Book, 1994 (Vol. II) showing the Special Operations Unit in training. The word "Training" is in the upper left corner. Showing are five pictures with captions: Dolores Chavez demonstrating the "Spider Crawl" ; P.J. Brock learning to tie the "Swiss Seat" ; Sgt. Walt West instructs Johnny Spruiel (Sgt. Paul Richards, Sgt. Walt West, Johnny Spruiel, J.T. Boyd) ; Rudy Salazar, rapel instructor ; Lt. Roy Mitchell "needing a little help" with the rope bridge. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176502/
[APD Special Operations training. "School" page]
Photograph of a page taken from the Arlington Police Department Commemorative Book, 1994 (Vol. II) showing the Special Operations Unit in training. The word "School" is in the upper left corner. Showing are four pictures with captions: Mark Funderburk preparing to rapel ; Helicopter rapelling ; "The Exterminators" (Greg Borders, Sgt. Walt West, Danny Nutt and James McSpadden) ; "We always knew Craig was hard-headed" (Craig Taylor, Tony Monlina, Steve Dollar, and Doug Cooper) texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176501/
[APD Tactical team (SWAT team) members]
Photograph of six Arlington Police Officers (in uniform) from the Tactical team (SWAT team) standing together with a United States Flag behind them. They are (L to R) Keith Scullin, Bill Oakman, Johnny Spruiel, Paul Richards, Tommy White, and Paul O'Connor. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176408/
[APD trading cards (4 horizontal prints), 1994]
Photograph of four Arlington Police trading cards. The black cards have horizontal color shots of personnel in the middle. The name on each card is labeled in white at the bottom. They are: Traffic Supervisors; Bike Patrol, Pam Gold and John McGrath; Accident Investigators; School Resource Officers. Printing on the left side of the card says "Premier Edition 1994" in yellow and on the right side "Photos by Studio Works" in white. At the top of each card is the Arlington Police Shield and printed in white "Arlington Police." These cards were given out in schools, the stadium and various places for kids to collect. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176450/
[APD training. Dwane Kelley being sprayed with pepper spray]
Photograph of a police instructor spraying Dwane Kelley with pepper spray during a training exercise at the police training facility on Green Oaks. Several trainees are watching. The trainees are wearing dark blue t-shirts and sweat pants or shorts. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176463/
[APD training. Firearms training, late 1980s]
Photograph of two police officers being trained in firearms. The instructor, Cpl. Jeff Rogers, stands by a patrol car writing notes on a tablet. The picture was taken on a back road surrounded by trees. The officers are walking toward a target holding their pistols out in front of them. Officers from left are: Mike Lenesio, Jeff Rogers (center) and Angela Reece. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176459/
[APD training. Ropes Course training]
Photograph of a tire attached to a rope hanging from a tree in an outdoor location in a wooded area. Officer Sebastien Peron is standing with his hand grasping the rope in order to stop a man from swinging on the tire. Several people are also holding the man to keep him from swinging. The officer looks like he is explaining something to the others. They are wearing tan shorts and blue t-shirts. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176464/
[APD training. Six Flags training scenario]
Photograph of Liz Deleon (right) showing an Arlington police officer her driver's license in a Six Flags training scenario. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176460/
[APD training the recruit class, 1999]
Photograph of two Arlington Police vehicles stopped abreast on a back road with the drivers leaning out the doors, hand guns pointed at a female suspect. The suspect is standing with her hands placed on her head. A group of people are standing behind, between, and to the side of the police vehicles. At least three of the people in the picture are wearing police uniforms. The others are in street attire or their apparel is not clearly pictured. Three civilian vehicles are parked on the grass behind the police vehicles. The fire training center is shown in the background (two red brick buildings, a white building and a ramp). texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176349/
[APD training. Traffic stop training day]
Photograph of Arlington Police Officer Patrick Yeats has made a daytime stop of a female in an automobile. She appears to be in a parking lot. The officer is leaning beside the window talking to the driver and taking down information on a pad. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176461/
[APD training. Traffic stop training night]
Photograph of a training exercise in which Officer Emily Summers has made a nighttime stop of a male driver, Mike Weaver, in an automobile. She is shining a light in the driver's window while talking to the driver, who seems to be explaining something to her. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176462/
[APD "Use your head...Protect it!" campaign picture]
Photograph of Texas Rangers player Rusty Greer, bike patrol officer Russ Greene, a firefighter, a teenager on inline skates and a young girl with a bicycle (pedestrian safety) inside Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. The slogan "Use your head...Protect it!" is added to the picture. National Fire Protection Association logo Risk Watch is in the bottom right corner. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176338/
[APD's first female officers (20 years later) in 1997]
Photograph of some of the first female police officers in Arlington taken twenty years later in 1997. Front row: Martha Bacile Findlay, Martha Willbanks (center in dark blue uniform), Patt Scheckel-Hollingsworth. Back row: Shirley Bryant, Dixie Stout Bersano, and Sandy Walthall Jay (in uniform). Lt. Martha Willbanks (center) was the first female APD Police Officer. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176352/
[APD's first legal advisor, Robert Diaz, clipping from city publication]
Photograph of a head and shoulders shot of Robert (Bob) Diaz who was the first legal advisor of the Arlington Police Department. The caption under the picture says "Robert Diaz. Police Legal Advisor." He served as police legal advisor for the City of Arlington from 1974 until 1997. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176423/
[APD's first legal advisor, Robert Diaz, portrait ca. 1995]
Photograph of a head and shoulders shot of Robert (Bob) Diaz who was the first legal advisor of the Arlington Police Department. He is wearing a dark suit with a red tie. He served as police legal advisor for the City of Arlington from 1974 until 1997. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176500/
[Arlington Canine Officer David Kruckemeyer training with Timo, newspaper clipping, 1987]
Photograph of Canine (K-9) Officer David Kruckemeyer training with police dog, Timo. Canine (K-9) Units were established in 1985. The Arlington Citizen Journal newspaper photo was taken by Bruce Maxwell and hand dated November 1987. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176363/
[Arlington Canine Officer Joe Oakley with Rogue]
Photograph of Arlington Canine Officer Joe Oakley with Rogue, a German Shepard police dog. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176455/
[Arlington Canine Officer John Shaw with Rogue]
Photograph of Arlington's first Canine Police Officer John Shaw with Rogue, a German Shepard police dog. Officer Shaw is kneeling on the ground with Rogue standing on his hind legs in front of him. Rogue has his front legs on Officer Shaw's arm. The picture is taken from a newspaper article of the Arlington Extra edition of the Fort Worth Star Telegram. In this photograph the caption below the picture says "Man's best friend." texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176475/
[Arlington Citizens Police Academy alumni (early 1990s)]
Photograph of the alumni of the Citizens Police Academy (CPA). The photo shows 17 people (12 women and 5 men). In front of the group is a table with a white covering and a red skirt. On the table are a brass punch bowl, two plastic cups with red punch, a styrofoam cup, and a tan cardboard box. The photo was taken inside a room where one wall appears to be folding room divider. The CPA was founded in 1987 and was a group of volunteers who assisted the police department in various ways. They donated tireless hours to police programs and fundraisers. They acted as a bridge of communication and understanding between the officers and Arlington residents. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176374/
[Arlington Citizens Police Academy alumni gathering for refreshments]
Photograph of five members of the Arlington Citizens Police Academy alumni who are gathered for refreshments at a meeting. Two named members are Matt McKee, who is sitting at the table eating and Jim Stone who is standing next to him holding a plate of food. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176424/
[Arlington City Secretary Barbara Heptig swearing-in hospitalized Austin Barrett]
Photograph of a swearing-in ceremony in a hospital room. City Secretary Barbara Heptig re-swears Austin Barrett who was in the hospital after a motorcycle accident. Officer Barrett's left arm is in a cast and he is raising his right arm repeating the oath. Sam Goodall is in the background wearing a coat. A police officer has to be sworn-in every two years. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176425/
[Arlington Constable A. B. Austin with moonshine still he "busted" in 1932]
Photograph of Constable Albert Austin sitting on the back of a truck loaded with a moonshine still. He has a bottle of confiscated whiskey in each hand. Several men, young and old, are standing beside the truck, some facing the camera. The caption below the picture reads "Constable A.B. Austin and the still he "busted" in 1932 --Arlington." This picture was in the 1984 Arlington Police Commemorative Book. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176443/
[Arlington Crime Prevention Unit van, 1970s]
Photograph of Officer Barry Worden (in uniform) presenting a certificate to a citizen. They are standing beside the Crime Prevention Unit van. On the other side of the van is a wall painted with big white letters that say "Good Times." The slogan "Crime Prevention Begins With You!" is painted on the side of the van. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176456/
[Arlington Mayor Tom Vandergriff presenting Detective LeRoy Carmichael an award]
Photograph of Arlington Mayor Tom Vandergriff presenting Detective LeRoy Carmichael an Officer of the Year award. A photographer stands behind the mayor taking the shot. Date unknown. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176354/
[Arlington patrol car belonging to Officers Lewis and Crocker on display for MADD, 1992, back side view]
Photograph of the wrecked police car that Officer Terry J. Lewis and Officer Jerry L. Crocker were driving when they were hit by a drunk driver in 1992. The wrecked vehicle was on display by the MADD Organization to discourage drunk driving. The vehicle is sitting on a trailer. Several people are gathered around to view the car. The photograph shows the back side view of the wrecked vehicle. The photograph was taken outdoors. texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176388/