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[APD Communication Center, newspaper clipping 1989]
Photograph of a Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspaper clipping by Brent Winn. It shows a woman sitting at the communication center with another woman standing behind her. The caption beneath the picture reads: "Workers in 911 like Ann Whitley and Donna Hughes handle both minor mishaps and life-threatening situations." This photo was taken at the Police Substation, 4000 Little Road, Arlington.
[APD Honor Guard members making speech, 1986]
Photograph of three members of the Honor Guard from 1986 (that can be seen). The Honor guard was created in April 1986. One of the officers is making a speech with the other officers standing nearby. All officers are dressed in Honor Guard uniforms. Named officers are Jim Lowery, James Laman, and Charlie Wallace.
[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".
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[Arlington Canine Officer Joe Oakley with Rogue]
Photograph of Arlington Canine Officer Joe Oakley with Rogue, a German Shepard police dog.
[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."
[Arlington Police Chaplain Harold Elliott marrying two police officers in a hot air balloon]
Photograph of the 1989 Arlington Daily News picture showing Chaplain Harold Elliott with two police officers in a hot air ballon. Chaplain Elliott married the two officers, Rudi Panke and Carla Benson, in the balloon.
[Arlington Police Chaplain Harold Elliott's film "Suicide is not painless" newspaper article from the Arlington Daily News, 1986]
Photograph of an article written by Nancy Visser from the Arlington Daily News about the 22-minute docudrama promoted by Chaplain Harold Elliott on teenage suicide. The title of the article is "Special film to show pain of suicide." It shows a picture of Chaplain Elliott watching a film crew prepare for a scene near Lake Arlington. The title of Chaplain Elliott's film is "Suicide is not painless." The film has been shown in schools, foriegn countries, and the military.
[Arlington Police Chief Roy Ables, portrait]
Photograph of a portrait of Police Chief Roy Ables in a suit and tie sitting at his desk. Behind his chair is a bookcase and above his head is a mounted stuffed fish on the wall. Police Chief Ables served Arlington as Chief of Police for two years from 1983 to 1985.
[Arlington Police Deputy Chief Danny Sustaire, first APD Internal Affairs Coordinator, 1980]
Photograph of Deputy Chief Danny Sustaire in dark blue uniform sitting at an office desk. A brief note on the side tells about Deputy Chief Sustaire and the beginning of the Internal Affairs Division.
[Arlington Police Deputy Chief Ed Watson, 1984]
Photograph of Deputy Chief Ed Watson standing beside a wall on which various awards and certificates are displayed. He retired from the police force in 1989.
[Arlington Police Officer Dick Hill, SWAT team training in prone firing position]
Photograph of Officer Dick Hill, a SWAT team sniper, lying in the prone firing position with an M-16 rifle. He is on a grassy lawn with the street, a walkway, and tree trunk behind him.
[Arlington Police Officer Rex Gomillion playing "Taps"]
Photograph of Sgt. Rex Gomillion in Honor Guard uniform standing near a large building playing "Taps" on his trumpet. The event is at the State Peace Officer's Memorial in Austin. A newspaper photographer is standing slightly behind him taking his picture. People are standing behind them at the top of the stairs of the large building.
[Arlington Police Officer Steve Foucault's story from the Arlington Citizen Journal, 1980]
Photograph of a newspaper article from the Arlington Citizen Journal about Officer Steve Foucault's move from a former relief pitcher for the Arlington Texas Rangers to an Arlington police officer.
[Arlington police officers on motorcycle, Fourth of July Parade, ca. 1981]
Photograph of police officers on motorcycles in the Arlington Fourth of July Parade, ca. 1981. A police van follows the motorcycles and a firetruck follows the van. Police Officer Charles Waybourn is on the right.
[Arlington Police Officers Tom LeNoir and Eddie Thompson speaking to Chaplain Harold Elliott]
Photograph of two police cars parked side-by-side with three uniformed men standing between them having a conversation. Officer Tom LeNoir (pointing) and Officer Eddie Thompson are leaning against the car on the left and Chaplain Harold Elliott is facing them and leaning against the car on the right.
[Image of a commemorative stone from the Ott Cribbs Public Safety Building]
Photograph of the commemorative stone from the dedication of the Ott Cribbs Public Safety Building at 620 W. Division Street. The bronze Texas shaped plate on the stone reads "Ott Cribbs Public Safety Center, 1989." Etched into the base of the stone is "Arlington, Texas."
[Image of an APD saddle blanket used by the Mounted Patrol]
Photograph of a horse saddle blanket used by the Arlington Police Department when they had a Mounted Patrol. The horse patrol was begun in 1985 under the leadership of Chief David Kunkle. It was disbanded in 1989. The blanket is dark blue with a gold trim and the initals "APD" are monogramed in a corner.
[Image of case with items from shooting of Officer Buddy Evans]
Photograph of case containing items from the shooting of Officer Buddy Evans. There are two frames. The largest frame holds the bullet with a placard describing the events: "Bullet that struck Officer Buddy Evans 2-26-1988. Evans observed a car not moving through the signal light at Abram and Collins Street. When he approached the woman driver, she shot him. She had been waiting for an officer to come by so she could kill him. The bullet lodged in Officer Evans vest, only injuring him." The smaller frame holds a picture of Officer Evans and his name.
[Ott Cribbs Public Safety Building front entrance, 1989]
Photograph of A.B. "Ott" Cribbs Public Safety Center at the corner of Cooper & Division Streets in 1989. The three-story facility is accompanied by a jail with 98-inmate capacity. It cost $8.9 million to construct the 88,000 square foot building. It is also known as the [New] Main Station or North Station.
[Ott Cribbs Public Safety Building Open House cartoon, newspaper clipping,1989]
Photograph of a cartoon drawn by Susan Gaylord Buxton for the Ft. Worth Star Telegram encouraging people to come to the Open House of the new Ott Cribbs Public Safety Building. Police Chief Kunkle and Fire Chief Strickland are holding a banner stating the date and time of the event. Balloons with captions tell of various activities and attractions. The name of the cartoon is "The Front Line."
[Police Training Center freestanding name sign, b&w]
Photograph of a view of the front of the City of Arlington Police Training Center located at 6000 West Pioneer Parkway. The building opened in 1980. The black and white version of the picture was used in the APD Commemorative Book, 1994. The APD operates its own Police Academy out of the Training Center. The first class graduated in June 1990.
[Police Training Center freestanding name sign, color]
Photograph of a view of the front of the City of Arlington Police Training Center located at 6000 West Pioneer Parkway. The building opened in 1980. The APD operates its own Police Academy out of the Training Center. The first class graduated in June 1990.