More BPD Pics

Friday, 17 January 2020 22:13 Written by  Published in MV Read 6013 times
Rate this item
(1 Vote)

More Pics

63

Northern District

102

Courtesy John Heiderman
Information supplied by Dave Eastman
Off. John Heidemann1275245 and Sparky
Little Boy is Mark
Off. Greg Faherty on RC (the horse Roy Rogers donated)
550 2

Novelty Badge
POLICE replaced with Detective's Last Name

IMG 2493IMG 3282IMG 4275IMG 4277 72IMG 4280IMG 4344IMG 5958Officer Scott StevenOfficer Scott Steven
Steven Oken execution on June 17 2004 at the Maryland Pen Mostly a very happy crowd
Courtesy Jeff Rosen

Steven Oken execution on June 17 2004 at the Maryland Pen
Mostly a very happy crowd
Tiba Wise 2Tiba WiseTiba WiseTiba WiseTiba

Tiba Wise

2
Frank SchmitzFrank SchmitzHamilton Sr Lolandomaxx andersonsafe image
5681011121518192023252829313337414344455051535455565859606261646566676869707280838687888991929798100104105106108109110111112113116117
 


A bad night in Cherry Hill 500

Courtesy Jeff Rosen

P O Dave Bowen at home shortly before he passed 500

Courtesy Jeff Rosen

The Caveys father and son 500

Courtesy Jeff Rosen

IMG 722523

Retired Detective Kenny Driscoll & Det John Calpin
2016

John Calpin Ken Driscoll

Officer John Calpin & Officer Kenny Driscoll
circa 1992

The following pics came to us courtesy of Robert Oros

Scan161Scan161

 

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

1959 Balto PD Patrol Car   Restored

Skip Panowitz

Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161Scan161

The above pics came to us courtesy of Robert Oros

Musuem 3

This is nice, I would like to build a display showing our various hats, but have hat devices made to reflect the year said hat was worn, I would like to show our women's police hat (The hat device can't use a year because all Women's badge numbers at the time started with 7000. The Pith Hat, Round hat, Bobby type Helmet, and Six Point Hat. It would make a nice display.

Musuem 4

The horse for this display was said to have been on loan until the owner decided he wanted to start charging, when he was told the department didn't have a budget, he brought a truck and took his horse, or so the story goes.

Musuem 5

dad34

Thomas Gay Sr. 

Musuem 6

Musuem 8Musuem 9Musuem 10

Musuem 11

Musuem 12Musuem 13

These were nicely made for the times, but since we have better ways of making these kinds of things. Sadly these so poorly made that using them would be a disgrace to our fallen and not an honor to them. 

Musuem 14

Musuem 15

We bought a few pics from a lady on eBay that bought several of these in a storage locker, she thought the young lady in the pics was a criminal because she was being polygraphed in one shot and either fingerprinted, or standing with uniformed police, but the seller thought she was in trouble. I explained she was an officer and the lady felt bad, saying she didn't realize we polygraphed our own.

Musuem 16

Musuem 17

Musuem 18Musuem 19

Musuem 21Mounted patrol at race courseFirst Meter Maid class

The First Ten Meter Maids in Baltimore City
Front Row - Delores Nots, Joan Covert, Sheila McAlee, Shirley Boyley, Elizabeth Aro
Back Row- Betty Erwin, Annie George, Donna Lloyd, Lillian Hartlove, Shirley Kurtz

communication bpd

Teletype Room Baltimore Police Department's Headquarters

Dep Comm

George Adam Smith 2 1890s

George Adam Smith 2 1890s

George Kane

George Proctor Kane

Hostlers at Baltimore and BroadwayMajorMajor Apat kirby may001pat kirby may002police memorial with commissionersdcapt 1swift fatherswift sonTraffic Officer in stand

Driscoll Harrison 2019

26 June 2019 Meeting with Commissioner Harrison

2201 1044289750961 2905 n
Taken in Central
2206 1043701576257 4460 n

22 Jan 2015 Batts Hyatt 72

LT Col Melissa R. Hyatt - Ret Det Kenny Driscoll - Commissioner Anthony Batts

2206 1043693336051 4777 n

John Calpin, Ed Chaney Kenny Driscoll

L to R to Bernie , Joe Beckhart, David Echoles, next 2 unk, Lewendowski (don’t remember which one)... seated   L to R  Charlie Cumberledge, Joe Fosler, Sam Torres , George Capp... on the table were the trophies THESE MEN had won up to that point in the contest... As an interesting side note, many of our shooters were paid to endore various ammo types, guns etc.Sparrows Point Police Department used to sponsor a pistol match that drew police from all over the country... It was a nice outing... shooters could take their family, it was a picnic type atmosphere... They had to stop, from what they were told, was due to the Sparrows Point Country Club and their complaints of the noise...

RECUTING AD SIDE A

Courtesy Bernie Wehage

RECRUTING AD SIDE B

Courtesy Bernie Wehage 

davis72

 The Baltimore Sun Sat Jun 20 1908 72

Reported - 20 June 1908

Thomas Gay Sr. Thomas Gay Sr. 

BPD Graffittii72

Central Police

CD the Pot

Courtesy Bernie Wehage 

28F16 001d 72Baltimore was the first department in the country to officially use fingerprinting to print an arrestee when on 6 Nov 1904  Sgt. Casey, chief of the local Bureau of Identification officially printed  John Randles, a suspect being held on a theft charge. 

11131E16 001k 72

13925264 10207868502333938 7838279243002643562 n

 

 Misc Pics Pg 1

More Misc Pics Pg. 3

 More Misc Pics Pg 4

 

1 black devider 800 8 72

Donations

Donations help with web hosting, stamps and materials and the cost of keeping the website online. Thank you so much for helping BCPH. 

Paypal History Donations

1 black devider 800 8 72

POLICE INFORMATION

Copies of: Your Baltimore Police Department Class Photo, Pictures of our Officers, Vehicles, Equipment, Newspaper Articles relating to our department and or officers, Old Departmental Newsletters, Lookouts, Wanted Posters, and or Brochures. Information on Deceased Officers and anything that may help Preserve the History and Proud Traditions of this agency. Please contact Retired Detective Kenny Driscoll.

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Devider color with motto

NOTICE

How to Dispose of Old Police Items

Please contact Det. Ret. Kenny Driscoll if you have any pictures of you or your family members and wish them remembered here on this tribute site to Honor the fine men and women who have served with Honor and Distinction at the Baltimore Police Department.

Anyone with information, photographs, memorabilia, or other "Baltimore City Police" items can contact Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. follow us on Twitter @BaltoPoliceHist or like us on Facebook or mail pics to 8138 Dundalk Ave. Baltimore Md. 21222

 

Copyright © 2002 Baltimore City Police History - Ret Det Kenny Driscoll 

Last modified on Wednesday, 10 June 2020 04:58
Baltimore Police Historical Society

Baltimore Police Historical Society put the articles found on this site together using research from old newspapers, old books, old photographs, and old artifacts. We rely more heavily on information written at or near the time of the incidents or events that we are researching. We do not put too much weight on the more recently written historic information, or information that has been written with a biased opinion, or agenda. We will not tell our readers what to think about our past, as much as we will tell a story as it was written with the hopes of our readers forming their own opinions. We tell a story about what happened, and not why it happened. That said, ever so often we might come across a story that to us is so exciting we might express that enthusiasm in our writings. We hope the reader will still form an opinion of their own based on the information written at the time, and not information more recently written that has a so-called "filtered past" that has been twisted and pulled in the direction of a storyteller's personal agenda.