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[Arlington Police Chief A.B. "Ott" Cribbs with VFW members raising a U.S. Flag at the opening of the Main St. Police Station]

Description: Photograph of four members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars standing with Chief Cribbs at a flag raising event for the opening of the Main Police Station at 717 W. Main Street. The men are standing at the front entrance of the building next to the flag pole. One of the VFW men is holding the U.S. Flag. Chief Cribbs is standing beside him with a cigar in his mouth. VFW members are wearing VFW hats. Left to Right: Bob Parsons, unknown, Chief Cribbs, unknown, Jack Green, and Bobby Wiggins.
Date: [196?]

[Arlington Police Officers, 1960s]

Description: Photograph of police officers taken in the early 1960s. Four officers in tan uniform are sitting at a table and two officers in tan uniform are standing behind them. A plain clothes man in a checked shirt is standing with the two officers on the back row. Back row L-R: Clayton Jordon, James Carmichael, Henry Alder. Front row L-R: Gene Fuqua, Bill Taylor, Gerald Baker, and Robert Burke.
Date: [196?]

[Arlington police officers in casual clothes, ca 1980s]

Description: Photograph of a group in an Arlington police training class in casual clothes arranged in two rows. The bottom row has five men sitting in chairs who have been partially identified as Jay Hayek on the far left, Morris Sanders second from the left, and Steve Broadstreet in the middle. The top row has eleven men (one in uniform) and one woman standing behind them. From left to right they have been identified as Rick Eudy in the blue v-neck shirt, Kevin Lewis, and Floyd Adams. The last man on the back row on the far right is Bill Griffith.
Date: 198u

[Arlington Reserve Officers at the Regional Reserve Officers Training Academy, ca. 1970s]

Description: Photograph of a group taken in the late 1970s at the Regional Reserve Officers Training Academy at the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG). The back row is the Reserve Officers from Arlington. It was taken outdoors with a white building covered in ivy in the background. The group is arranged on the sidewalk with the bottom group kneeling off the curb.
Date: [197?]

[East Arlington Police Service Center front entrance]

Description: Photograph of a front entrance view of the East Arlington Police Service Center at 200 New York Ave. The building opened in 1996. This view also includes two patrol cars and a police van. The National, State, and City flags are on a single pole next to the brick sign and are flying at half mast. East Arlington Police Service Center is also referred to as the East Station.
Date: [199?]

[Image of a triangular folded U.S. Flag and seven shell casings]

Description: Photograph of a triangular folded United States Flag with the field of stars showing and seven shell casings standing upright and placed in front of the flag. The seven shell casings represent a 21 gun salute honoring fallen officers. Three volleys from seven rifles constitute the 21 gun salute. The brass casings are then given to family members. (These shown are from practice rounds).
Date: [20??]

[Image of an early APD tactical shield, view 1]

Description: Photograph of an early tactical shield that was used by the Arlington Police Department to defend the user. This tactical shield was a hand-held rectangular shaped sheet of metal with a thin eye slot hole for vision. The protective shield was most necessary in situations where law enforcement tactical team members had little or no cover.
Date: unknown

[Image of an early APD tactical shield, view 2]

Description: Photograph of an early tactical shield that was used by the Arlington Police Department to defend the user. This tactical shield was a hand-held rectangular shaped sheet of metal with a thin eye slot hole for vision. The protective shield was most necessary in situations where law enforcement tactical team members had little or no cover.
Date: unknown

[Image of seven shell casings]

Description: Photograph of a close-up of seven shell casings. The seven shell casings represent a 21 gun salute honoring fallen officers. Three volleys from seven rifles constitute the 21 gun salute. The brass casings are then given to family members. (These shown are from practice rounds).
Date: [20??]

[Arlington Police Officer Homer DeWolfe's motorcycle parked in Safety Town]

Description: Photograph of Police Officer Homer DeWolfe's police motorcycle parked at the Six Flags Mall Safety Town. The motocycle is a Harley Davidson Electra Glide and was nicknamed "Honey Harley." Established in about 1978, Safety Town was a model town on the parking lot of Six Flags Mall where parents could take their children to learn road safety on their bicycles.
Date: [1970-198?]