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[Image of case displaying items from the shooting of Officer Doug Ligon, view 2]

Description: Photograph of a case displaying items from the shooting of Officer Doug Ligon. The case contains news articles with descriptive placards framed against the back of the case, the assault rifle used by the assailant standing upright by the stock, the bullet encased in accetate, the bullet casing in an accetate frame with placard, and a smaller frame with what looks like a description of the case contents.
Date: [1979..1989]
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of frame containing Junior Police Badges with description]

Description: Photograph of frame containing two different Junior Police Badges with description. Futher comments not in the image follow: "These badges were issued in the 1940’s. A few citizens were frequent riders with the Arlington Police. Riders did not carry guns, but did wear these badges when on patrol. Badges were returned to desk officer at the end of shift.
Date: 1940
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of the APD night watchman's clock]

Description: Photograph of the Night Watchman's clock used by Chief Cribbs for the Arlington Police Department in the mid 1930s. It contained a roll of paper that recorded the time and location of the watchman when he inserted a special key from the location he was checking. A special key was housed at each location. It continued in use until the early 1950s at which time officers were required to hand check and note the locked doors to businesses.
Date: unknown
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Chief Ott Cribb's personal scrapbook, view 1]

Description: Photograph of Arlington Police Chief A.B. "Ott" Cribbs personal scrapbook. Chief Cribbs started his career as a police officer in 1926 and was appointed Police Chief in 1934, a position he held for the next 37 years. He retired in 1971. This scrapbook records such events as his encounter with Clyde Barrow (of the "Bonnie and Clyde" outlaw couple). This image shows his picture on the left page and various newspaper clippings glued onto the right page.
Date: 19uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Chief Ott Cribb's personal scrapbook, view 2]

Description: Photograph of Arlington Police Chief A.B. "Ott" Cribbs personal scrapbook. Chief Cribbs started his career as a police officer in 1926 and was appointed Police Chief in 1934, a position he held for the next 37 years. He retired in 1971. This scrapbook records such events as his encounter with Clyde Barrow (of the "Bonnie and Clyde" outlaw couple). This image shows his picture on the left page and various newspaper clippings glued onto the right page.
Date: 19uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of an APD motorcycle officer's uniform on a mannequin in the police museum, close-up view]

Description: Photograph of a mannequin sitting in a chair wearing a motorcycle officer's uniform. The tan uniform was used from the mid 1950s to 1986. In 1986, the Department changed to the dark blue police uniform. Also included in the ensemble is a white helmet, sunglasses, high-top black boots, a black tie, and the APD shoulder patch and breast badge. The mannequin and surrounding items are located in the Arlington police museum. Shown also is the old jail door from the Main Station on 717 W. Main Street.
Date: [1950..1986]
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of an APD motorcycle officer's uniform on a mannequin in the police museum, wide shot view]

Description: Photograph of a mannequin sitting in a chair wearing a motorcycle officer's uniform. The tan uniform was used from the mid 1950s to 1986. In 1986, the Department changed to the dark blue police uniform. Also included in the ensemble is a white helmet, sunglasses, high-top black boots, a black tie, and the APD shoulder patch and breast badge. The mannequin and surrounding items are located in the Arlington police museum. Shown also is the old jail door from the Main Station on 717 W. Main Street.
Date: [1950..1986]
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of a United States Commemorative Capitol Police Badge and a triangular folded U.S. Flag, close-up view of badge]

Description: Photograph of a full size commemorative badge from the United States Capitol Police. The badge is kept in a hinged wallet. On the left side of the wallet is a picture of the Capitol Building Dome with the words "Washington D.C., The Nation's Capitol" at the bottom. The right side of the hinged wallet holds the United States Capitol Police Badge. The gold commemorative badge shows the U.S. Capitol Dome in the center with the word "United" on the left , "Sates" on the right and "Capitol" on the bottom. Other words on the badge are: "Lest we forget", "9-11", and "Police." Both items were presented to Chief Theron Bowman of the Arlington Police Department.
Date: 20uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of a bracelet, wrist band and newspaper cartoon by Dick Collier honoring Police Officer Craig G. Story]

Description: Photograph of a silver bracelet, a wrist band, and a newspaper cartoon drawing by Dick Collier honoring Arlington Police Officer Craig G. Story who died in the line of duty January 13, 2010 when his department motorcycle collided with a school bus at an intersection near Arlington High School. Displayed is a silver wrist bracelet with Officer Story's face in the center and the words, "In Memory of, Officer Craig Story, [Arlington(?)] Texas Police" on the left of his face and the words, "E.O.W. Jan. 13, 2010, Badge 2117" and the APD shield on the right of his face. Displayed beneath the silver bracelet is a black rubber wrist band engraved in yellow with the words, "Officer Craig Story, #2117." Displayed at the top of the bracelet and wrist band is a framed newspaper cartoon drawing by Dick Collier of an Arlington Police Badge with a black stripe running through the center. The words, "Officer Craig Story APD 2002-2010" are below the badge. Two small cartoon characters stand in the lower right corner.
Date: 2010
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of a display honoring Arlington Police Officer Craig Hanking]

Description: Photograph of a display of various objects belonging to and honoring Officer Craig M. Hanking who was killed in the line of duty in an automobile accident on August 3, 1994 while responding to a burglary call. Shown is Officer Hanking's black wallet containing his business card on the left and his ID badge #1443 on the right. His wrist watch sits below the wallet. At the top of the wallet is a bronze horse statue called a "caparisoned horse". The single riderless horse carries boots reversed in the stirrups in a military funeral. By tradition in military funeral honors, a caparisoned horse follows the casket of the deceased indicating that the warrior will ride no more.
Date: 1994
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of an APD badge with mourning cover and a police Medal Of Honor medalian]

Description: Photograph of a display of an Arlington Police badge with a mourning cover and a Police Medal Of Honor medalian from the American Police Hall of Fame. The badge shows a black cloth strip placed over the center of the badge. The display reads, "BADGE COVER. Worn in honor of officers who have died in the line of duty. Cover is traditionally worn from the time of death until 2400 hours after the funeral." The badge cover and medal are both in honor of fallen officers.
Date: 20uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of a wall decorated with pictures of all the APD officers who have died in the line of duty]

Description: Photograph of a wall that is decorated with photographs of all the Arlington Police Officers who have died in the line of duty. Shown are L-R: James Evans Johnson, Gary D. Harl, Terry Lynn Lewis, Jerry J. Crocker, Craig M. Hanking, Joseph Thomas Cushman, Craig M. Story, and Jillian M. Smith.
Date: 20uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Officer Jerry J. Crocker's pistol, view 1]

Description: Photograph of the pistol carried by Reserve Officer Jerry J. Crocker the night he died in the line of duty October 9, 1992. Officer Crocker and Officer Terry Lewis were killed when their patrol car was struck broadside by a drunk driver driving a tractor trailer. This image shows the pistol with Officer Crocker's name plate above it and a brief description of the event below it.
Date: 1992
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Officer Jerry J. Crocker's pistol, view 2]

Description: Photograph of the pistol carried by Reserve Officer Jerry J. Crocker the night he died in the line of duty October 9, 1992. Officer Crocker and Officer Terry Lewis were killed when their patrol car was struck broadside by a drunk driver driving a tractor trailer. This image shows the pistol with Officer Crocker's name plate above it and a brief description of the event below it.
Date: 1992
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Officer Gary Harl's handcuffs and pocket knife]

Description: Photograph of the handcuffs and pocket knife carried by Officer Gary Harl when he was killed in the line of duty while making a "routine" traffic stop. He was killed by gunfire on July 16, 1975 when he stopped a man who had been driving a stolen motorcycle. The two men were sitting in the front seat of Officer Harl's police car when the motorcycle driver suddenly shot him. This image shows the handcuffs and the pocket knife with a brief description of the event placed above them.
Date: 1975
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Officer James E. Johnson's cartridge holder, whistle, and pen]

Description: Photograph of the cartridge holder, whistle, and pen used by Officer James E. Johnson. Officer Johnson was killed by gunfire on November 23, 1930 while attempting to arrest a man for disturbing the peace. He was the first Arlington Police Officer to die in the line of duty. A brief description of the items is placed below them. (date in photograph is incorrect)
Date: 1930
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of Arlington Police Officer Joey Cushman's flashlight and portable radio transceiver]

Description: Photograph of a flashlight and portable radio transceiver that belonged to Officer Joey Cushman who died in the line of duty June 7, 2001. Officer Cushman was killed by accidental gunfire while performing training for a school shooting. A brief description of the item is included in the photograph.
Date: 200X
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[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: 20uu
Partner: Arlington Public Library

[Image of the pistol used to murder Police Officer Gary D. Harl]

Description: Photograph of the 38 caliber pistol used to murder Police Officer Gary Harl. Officer Harl was killed in the line of duty while making a "routine" traffic stop. He was killed by gunfire on July 16, 1975 when he stopped a man who had been driving a stolen motorcycle. The two men were sitting in the front seat of Officer Harl's police car when the motorcycle thief suddenly shot him. Later the same night the culprit ended his own life with this same pistol. Attached to the pistol is a Department ID tag.
Date: 1975
Partner: Arlington Public Library
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