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Officer Michael Dunn

Monday, 01 July 2013 03:08 Written by

It did the job! April 7, 1979   Officer Michael Dunn When a Police Officer gets shot in the line of duty all of us are saddened. Recuperation from gunshot wounds is a long, slow and often painful process. There are occasions, however, when such an incident has a brighter than expected ending. Officer Michael P. Dunn of the Southern District was shot three times during what began as a traffic violation stop on April 7, 1979.

The First Women Officers - Mary S. Harvey, and Margaret B. Eagleston - 19 June 1912 - The first Women Officer was hired under the title of Policewomen was Mary S. Harvey, EOD of June 19, 1912 her hiring was followed by that of Margaret B. Eagleston July 22, 1912

Historians

Monday, 01 July 2013 03:08 Written by

It would be easy to think that the police officer is a figure who has existed since the beginning of civilization. That’s the idea on display in the proclamation from President John F. Kennedy on the dedication of the week of May 15 as “National Police Week,” in which he noted that law-enforcement officers had been protecting Americans since the nation’s birth. Baltimore police has an interesting history, we have had plenty o Historians, but the three listed below started compiling information since about 2002. We will add other names as time permits.