Badge Numbers

Baltimore City Police
Badge Number Assignments

For now the list is in no particular order. So we suggest using Ctrl on your PC and typing in the badge, pistol, or call box key number you are looking for. To be fair, these numbers are regenerated, so an officer with the badge number on this site may not be the guy or gal wearing it today. This list is maintained to give credit to the officers that once wore these badges, and with the list, collectors might be able to put a name to their badge. Same goes for the Pistol numbers and call box key numbers. Note: If a rank is not shown, assume it to be a patrolman's or patrolwoman's badge number. 

 The Following Links will Take You to the Various Badge Number Groups we Have

Our More Modern List of Our Badge Numbers
Older List of Badge Numbers 1920s/30s Traffic Section
Oldest List of BPD Badge Numbers Dating from Late 1800s Early 1900s

Known Sequence Numbers

Retired Badge Numbers

1 black devider 800 8 72

 

 

More Modern List of Our Badges 

 

Aaron Perkins Officer  351 - Det 1 
Aaron Swanson Cadet 51 Officer 3909 - Det 1511 
Adriel Nuñez Officer 1071 - Honor Guard 16 
Aileen Villodas Det 204 
Al Savage - Cadet 318  Officer 3114   
Alan Small - Cadet 149 - Officer 2970 Before 1977 - Police Agt. 702 
Albert Emling - Officer 858
Albert Marcus Officer 1006  Det 12 *
Albert Wilder - Officer 241 K9 Lupo K9-592 and Jock K9-168 
Alesha Salyers Officer 3457 
Amber Edwards Officer 7013
Amy Jones Middleton Officer 717 
Amy Streett Sgt 47 G879
Andrew Giordano Officer 1110 
Andy Stefankiewicz - first Officer 1495 2nd his father's 2285 
Angel Batey Det Sgt 189 H957
Angel Villaronga Officer 3569 
Angela R Boyd Officer 1346 
Angelo A. Colletti Jr. - Officer 2630 
Anthony Warble Officer 1678 
Anthony Wayne McLaughlin Officer 26 
Antoine L Travers Officer 3001 
Antonio Green Det 823 
Ariel Font Officer 1600   
Arthur Nixon 3321 
Arthur Withers - Officer 1080
Barbara Halpern Schlereth Officer 1054 and Officer 327  
Barbara Sloan Officer 3648 
Benjamin Braxton Officer 695 
Benjamin Newkirk Officer 7070 and 7575 
Bernie Clasing Officer 1770 Officer 1091 
Bernard L.Wehage - Sgt 26

Bertram Brown Jr Officer 3697 
Bill Anderson Officer 2087

Bill Cheuvront Officer 3836 
Bill Colburn Officer 586 - Sgt 370 - Det Sgt 123 - Serge 8 - Lt 50 
Bill Garmer P/A 3196 reissued 587  
Bill McCall Officer 2056

Bill McKeldin Officer 865 
Bill Middleton Officer 261 
Bill Narango Officer 3149 reissued 3210 
Bill Neugent Officer 1822 - Sgt 221 - Det Sgt 86 
Bill Roberts, Officer 794 
Bill Smith Officer 1313 
Bob Bigos Officer 1722 - Det Sgt 81 
Bob Himes  Officer 3521 - Det 575 - Sgt 219 

Bob Jones Officer 3206 Sgt 95 
Bob Miller Officer 1597 Sgt. 83 
Bob O'Connell Officer 2354 - Sgt. 376 
Bob Wilson Officer 1323 
Bobby Berger – Officer 3351 
Brandon Stickles Officer 1467 - 222 
Bren Snead Officer 999 
Brenda May Officer 2543 - Det 1846 
Brent Michael Officer 1130 
Brian Ralph Officer 1223 - Det 51 
Brian Righter Officer 2455 
Brian Schwaab Cadet 170 - Officer 1377 - Det 418 
Brian Smith Officer 3546 
Bruce Neill Officer 695 
Bryan Donahue Officer 3525 
Bryant Russell Officer 1699 
Calvin Kelly McCleese Officer 1673 4th issue and 8 5th issue badges 
Carl E. Stambaugh Officer 1114 - 211 & 11 - Det 116 
Carl Gutberlet - Officer 150 - Sgt 150 - Det. Sgt. 50 - Lt 150 - Dist Comdr 1 - Chf 1 – Col 1  
Carl Herget - Officer - 414

Carl Klapaska Officer 1046 Call Box Key 1090  
Carl L Stambaugh Officer 3158 - 11 - 576 
Carlos Orozco Officer 2380 
Carol Opher Officer 1588 - Det 198 
Cathal Luddy Officer 218 - Sgt 363   
Cathy Calhoun Officer 753  
Charles F. Klein Officer 1035  
Charles Lee Officer 2379  
Charles Megibow. Officer 461 - SGT 373  
Charles Neill Officer 695  
Charles Patrick Trainor Officer 811 - Sgt 283  
Charles Rollhauser Sgt 269  
Charles Stahm Officer 696 
Charles Welsh Officer 1466  
Charles Zimerman Officer 425 
Chris O’Ree Officer 1642 - Det 776 - Sgt 464 - LT 99   
Chris Warren. Officer 83 - Sgt 242 - Lt 107  
Christian Schaeffer Officer 1311 - Det 831  
Christina Peltzer-LeBrun Cadet & Police Officer 1178  
Christine Coleman Officer 3022  
Christine Smothers Officer 3022  
Christopher Amsel Officer 732 - Det 804 
Christopher Balok Officer 2223 
Christopher Emich Sr. Officer 3522 then 538 - Sgt 113 
Christopher McGann Officer 612 - Det. 855 
Christopher Nunn. Officer 203 
Chuck Bealefeld Cdt 250 - Officer 2834 - Det 475 
Chuck Lonick Det 319  
Clarence Murphy 81
Claude Merritt Officer 69-1 2658  
Clifton Macer Officer 2244 - Det Sgt. 100  
Connor M. Johnson Officer 3478  
Corey Alston Det 409  
Craig Jester Officer 1802 Det. 828 G-961
Craig Streett Detective Sergeant 20 G631
Cynthia McCrea Officer 2816 then 2299  
Dale Snyder Officer 1668 
Dale Wood Officer 3119 - Det 555  
Dan Calhoun Det. Sgt 10  
Dan Gillgannon Officer 2129 Sgt. 199 Also, K9 Bogger aka "Booger" 2212 & K9 Keegan 2581  
Dana Owensby Officer 2283  
Daniel Coco Officer 262  
Daniel L. Boone Officer 1371 & 333 Det 103  
Daniel Popp Officer 1331 Det Lt 69  
Danny L.Fyffe Jr. Officer 2333 Det 294  
Darin Cover Officer 3745 Det 427  
Darrel Oxyer Officer 1074 & 2410 Sgt 444  
Darren Belechto Officer 2633 / 414  
Darryl Osborne Officer 1087 Det 346  
Darwin Noesi - Officer 1636 Det. 805   
Dave Koerber - Officer 1927
Dave Raugh Officer 479   
Dave Rolle Cdt 135 Officer 2435 Det 83  
David B. Munyan Cdt 149 Officer 1332 Sgt 43 
David Blumberg Officer 2432 and 1285   
David Clasing Cdt 244 Officer 3820 Det 441 
David Eastman Officer 51  
David Garrett. Officer 2823  
David Gjodesen Officer 981  
David Greene Officer 2326 Detective 637  Seq F918
David Hittle Officer 143  
David Jones Officer 1306  
David Kincaid Jr D/Sgt #131
David Kincaid Jr Officer 2067 Det 139 Sgt 408 
David M. Simmons Police Agt. 1735 
David McDermott - Officer 101 Det 183 
Deidre Booker-Eames Officer 541  
Denise Lazzara Thompson Officer 1644  
Dennis Rogers Jr. Officer 621 Seq. I123
Dennis Rogers Sr. Officer 621
Dennis Rogers Officer 261 
Denzel Warren Officer 3412 - J704
Dick Ellwood Det Sgt 40 
Dick Ellwood Sr Officer 555 
Donald Dyson Sr. Officer 1545

Donald Elliott Officer 2647  
Donald L Kincaid Jr Officer 1572 Det. Sgt 74 
Donald Muir Officer 1518 Sergeant 188  
Donavan Dyon Cox Officer 4049  
Donna Gutberlet Officer 1225 Sgt 50 Det.Sgt 93  
Donna L. White Officer 3905 Det 11 
Donna Watson Officer 786 
Donna Worthy (Donna Jackson) Officer 3986 
Donta Booker Officer 3999 
Drew Hall Officer 3418 Sgt 44 
Duke Loats Officer 507 
Durel E. Hairston Officer 3719 Det. 102 G510  
Earl Jenkins Officer 3651 - Sgt 431 - Det. Sgt. 19 - Lt 1 - Det. Lt. 68 - Capt 6 
Earl Kratsch Officer 2359 - Det 34 
Earl LeBon Officer 721  
Earnie David Meadows Officer 3357 
Ed Bossle Cadet 101 Officer 100 - Det 84 - Sgt 442 - Lt 115  
Ed Mattson - Officer 1237 - Sgt 166 
Ed Moog Officer 2248 
Eddie Mack Officer 2686 
Edgar Manning Jr. Officer 360  
Edward (Mike) Eilerman Officer 1413 
Edward A. Panowitz, Sr, Officer 23 *
Edward Chaney Det 251 Officer 1308 
Edward Frost Officer 295 Sgt 257 Lt 143 & 11 
Edward Jones Officer 3444 Det 421 
Edward L. Guinan - Officer 825
Edward Lee Marston Jr Officer 208 
Edward Scott Jones - E115 - Officer 3444 - Det 421 
Edward  Campbell - Patrolman 1791
Edwin F Emich Officer 538  
Edwin Schillo Officer 78. Sgt 17 Lt 5   
Ellwood H Uhl Officer 1435 
Elmer Stover - Officer 739 
Emma Doloris Owings (Policewoman) Badge #17 from 1954-1957 
Emmett Jones Officer 2440 Sgt 17 Lt 10 Det Lt 10 
Eric Janik Badge P/O 3954 Sgt 351 Honor Guard 003 Seq F760
Eric Martin, Police Agt. 3247  
Eric Mox Officer 266 Sgt 96 
Eric T Ragland Officer 1586 Det 619 
Eugene Fritzel Officer 2296 Det 305 
Forrest "Pete" Bradshaw 1559 
Frank Friend Officer 615 Sgt 49 
Frank Gaskins Officer 754 Det 546 Sgt 419 
Frank Hunsicker Det 888 - Officer 1159 
Frank Schmitz Officer 243 When his father retired, he took his badge 1170 
Frank Schneider Officer 836 
Frank W. Whitby Officer 87 
Frank Wagner Cdt 216 Officer 162 Sgt 162 
Fred Dunn Officer - 880 
Fred Fitch Officer 505 
Fred Roussey Jr Officer 3682 Detective 93
Fred Roussey Officer 750 Detective 67 Sgt 455 LT 76
Fred W. Dunn - Officer 880 
Freddie Bland Det Sgt 122 
Frederick Bealefeld Sr. Officer 237 
Gary Budny Officer 56 K9 Fritz 663 K9 Max 769 
Gary Cichowicz Sr. Cadet 193 Officer 1574 
Gary D. Starkey Officer 1783  
Gary Kracke Officer 2866 
Gary L Smith Officer 1986 
Gary Provenzano Officer 614
Gary White Officer 201 Sgt 139 Det Sgt 339   
Gary Yamin 1st Officer 3726 and 814 Det Sgt. 47  
George Cannida Detective 510  
George Fugate Officer 3320 Sgt 424  
George J. Chriest 3rd Officer 2487   
George Jones Officer 22 Det. 366 
George Parker Officer 3125  
George Trainor Officer 1611 Sgt 19 Det Sgt 98 2nd Sgt 2  
George W Boston Officer 2972 
Georgiann Sault Officer 2246 - Det 388 
Gerard Heid Officer 2407 *
Gina Pugliano Officer 2003 
Giusseppe Polanco Officer 743 Det 797 
Glenn W. Valis Officer 1854 Det. 111 
Gordon Leitch - 3359

Gregory Eames Officer 215 - Det 493 - Set 451 - Det Sgt 145 - E991 
Gregory Robinson Officer 2364 
Gregory Twigg Officer 656 Det 949 
Gwynne Tavel Officer 475 
Harold Wertz Officer 3182 
Harry Shepard Officer 383 
Harvey Baublitz Officer 2148 Det 166 and Sgt 120 
Herman Earle Officer 1375  
Howard Brunner - Patrolman 1377 
Howard Caplan Officer 3334 Det. 114    
Howard G. Smith Officer 2096 
Howard Stansbury Officer 2569 Det 877 
Ira Roth Officer 1728 
J.F. Zizwarek Officer 185 
Jacob Quase Officer 2242 
Jacques Plater Officer 2257 and 401 
Jake Guy Bell Officer 657  
Jake Nickles Officer 1612 Det 405 
James Gipson Officer 7063 
James Griffin Officer 2238 
James J Brokus III Officer 1717 
James J Brokus Jr. Officer 1717 Sgt 303 
James J Brokus Sr. Officer 1717 Sgt 303   
James Joseph Roach Officer 869
James Kirkpatrick Det Sgt 238 
James Kostoplis - Officer 1167 - Det 863 - Sgt 88 
James Napier Officer 899 & 2037 
James Scholl Sgt 118  
Jamie Roussey Officer 3528 EOW 3-8-00
Jason Chriest Officer 2487    
Jason Shreves - Officer 3733 - Seq H804 
Jason Van-Helten Officer 532 Det 391  
Jason Zimmerman Cadet 139 Officer 357 Det 125 
Javier Conde Officer 2205 
Jay Rose Det 913 
Jay Wiley Officer 3252 
Jeff Boettcher Officer 3923 Det 800 Sgt 440 Det Sgt 97 
Jeff Fugitt Officer 1882 Det 235 
Jeff Gary Officer 3978 
Jeff Humphreys Officer 1438 
Jeff Soule Police Officer 911 
Jeffrey A. McCleese Officer 8 then 1673 
Jeffrey Mellott - Officer 1710 - Detective 10 - 1412 
Jeffrey Melo Officer 2486 Det 184 
Jeffrey S Cardwell Sr Officer 3574 
Jerre Frazier Jr I139 Lieutenant Badge #167
Jerry DeManss Lt 103 Officer 790  
Jerry Flanary Officer 1908 
Jerry Hensley Detective Badge 57 D432
Jerry Leisher Officer 3427 
Jesse Goode Officer 2126 Det 321 
Jesus Santos-Roman Officer 742 
Jim Bowen Officer 704  
Jim Carnes Officer 2188 Sgt 103 Lt 135  
Jim Guntner Sgt - 20 - Seq. E036 
Jim Kelly Officer 2317 SGT 270 LT 69 
Jim Mckinley Officer 1708 Det. 66 
Jim Shea Officer 2895 and 2895 
Jim Wegein Officer 3027 
Jimmy Halcomd Officer 293   
JoAnn Voelker Officer 1681 Sgt 26 Lt 1 
Joe Donato Officer 2311 - F533 
Joe Dugan Officer 3562 Det 247 
Joe Gourdine Det. 269 
Joe Kleinota Officer 752 Det 257 
Joe O'Neill Police Agt. 926 and 2179 was my K9 dog’s 
Joe Teano Sergeant 355 Officer 1251 
Joel E Gordon Officer 2076 
John Amato Officer 382 
John Ambrose Sr Officer 3828 Det 404   Sgt 265 
John Boyd Officer 2828 Det. 603 
John Brandt Officer 1111 
John Calpin Officer 606

John Cree Officer 2465 Sgt 110 
John D Platt Sr Officer 138 - Sgt 138 
John D. Smith Police Agt. 2545 Sgt 238 Lt 36  
John Dodson Cadet 271 Officer 2262 
John Ebert Officer 8108 Sgt 25   
John Emminizer Det 2378 
John Freund Officer 2533 
John Groncki Officer 3569 
John Hall Officer 3578 
John Heiderman Officer 1589   
John Hentz Officer – 1516
John Herzog - Lt Col 1   
John K Nolan Police Agt. 1064 
John Kruszewski Officer 1856 Det. Sgt. 114      
John M. Busky Jr. Officer 316 
John McAndrew Officer 1122 ^

John M. Merson Officer 2667  
John Miller Officer 3046 Lt 120 
John Moore Officer 177 
John Norman Officer 1791 K9s Midnight 767 Bo 1012 and Jake 1597  
John Paradise Det Lt 002 F375
John Peranio, Jr. Officer 312 
John Poliks Det 283 Officer 3200 and 1044 
John R Hullihen Jr. Officer 277 Sgt 222 
John R. Neiss - Officer 139 
John Rennie Flight Officer 3406  
John S. Moore - Officer 177 
John Schaffeld Officer 12 
John Schmitt - Sergeant 534
John Schmitt Officer - 524 
John Schoff Officer 1255 
John Schoff Officer 1441 

John Spiker Officer 3422 - Det 98 
John Szuba Officer 581 
John Vesely Officer 1286   
John Voorhees - Officer 3811 - Det 271  
John Windle Officer 3272 Sgt 68 Lt 70 Det Lt 12    
John Yeager - Officer 3761 - Sgt 236 
Jon Foote - 1147
Jon Glazerman Officer 2340 Sgt 303 
Jon Pease Officer 194  
Jonathan “Jon” Walter Officer 1324 
Joo Paik Officer 3226 
Jose Roseado Officer 445 
Joseph Bannerman - Officer 363 Detective 696  
Joseph Hands Police Agt. 2987 
Joseph Mantegna Officer 464

Joseph Mueller Sr Officer 761 
Joseph Potaka - Officer 208
Joseph Samuels Officer 2644 
Josephine (Morris) Blondell, Policewoman 33  
Juan Oliver Officer 3812 Sgt 3 
Jules Pritchard Officer 2793  
Karen Hendricks Manns Officer 536 Det 778 
Karen M. Larkins Officer 419 
Karla Chimick Officer - 3412 
Karyn Crisafulli Officer 1013  
Kathleen Ryan Clasing Officer 3779 
Kathy Irwin Conrad Cadet 129 - Officer 1173 and 1605  
Kebin Mclean Officer 1243 
Keith Blackwell Officer 2106 
Kenneth Dyson Officer 2605

Keith Galeano - Officer 26 - Detective 960 - Seq I429
Kenneth Hyman Officer 2100  
Kenneth Kincaid Officer 24 
Kenneth Lane - Officer 210 Det 724
Kenny Driscoll Officer 3232 Det 550 *
Kevin Allis Officer 2891 
Kevin Archer Officer 3847 – Det 74 
Kevin Barnard Officer 2216 
Kevin Carvell Officer 1723 Det 202 
Kevin Forrester Officer 1598 Det Sgt 58  
Kevin McCarthy Officer 2840 
Kevin Robinson Officer 1039 and 3226 Det 283 
Kevin Scott Officer 89 
Kevin Shillenn Officer 1313 and 1569 
Kevin Vaught Sr. - Officer 27 - D061  
Kevin Walker Officer 4040 narcotics 2441  
Kim Hammack Officer 319 Det 496 
Kirsten Scott Rogers Officer 789 - Det 770 
Kurt Nagl Officer 4050 4048 and 4040 
Kurt Roepcke Officer 3997 - Sgt 45 
L Van Taylor Officer 11 
L.C. Greenhill III Officer 4015 Det 865 
Larry Fasano Officer 2815 
Larry Gardner Officer 1620 
Larry J Sanders Officer 3583 
Larry Salmond Officer 385 Sgt 3 
Lavon'De Alston Officer 3705  
Lawrence Johnson Officer 2346 
Lawrence K. White Officer 60 Det 700 
Lawrence Laprade - 3988  
Lawrence Reid Officer 2386 
Lawrence Yinger Officer 450  
Lennell Robinson Officer 3481  
Leo Smith Officer 1858 
Leon P. Riley III Officer 3322 
Leonard J. O'Connor Sr. Officer 2900 Sgt. 93 Lt. 54   
Lewis Ely Officer 2127 Det 16 Sgt 148 
Lewis Tawney Officer 2912 
Lisa Olszewski Officer 2424 
Logan Starr Jr Officer 205 
Lonnie Luedtke Officer 3372 and 1184 Sgt. 143    
Luen N. Compton Jr. Officer 332  
Malik Jenkins-Bey - Sgt 111 
Marc Antonio Marco Officer 3636 
Marco Miranda Officer 3636 
Margaret Spahn Mullen Police Agt. 7030 Sgt 329 
Mark A. Biscoe Sr.- Officer 2937 - Det 500  
Mark Armour Officer 2813 
Mark Frank Officer 2688 
Mark Homer Officer 2047 
Mark Keller Officer 917 
Mark Lucas Tomlin Det Sgt 69 
Mark Szumigalski Officer 2595 Det 888 Sgt 207   
Mark Warble Officer 3367 D191
Martin Seltzer Officer 2564  
Marty Disney Officer 1665 Det 33 
Marvin A. Froneberger Officer 362 Sgt 240 
Mary Ann Miller Officer 3310 Det 402 
Mary Phalan Ellerman Officer 3208 Sgt 104 & 89 Det Lt 8 Lt 100 Maj 3 
Mary Herndon - Officer 2838

Matt Ensor - Officer 3320
Matt FG Cadet 267 - Officer 1606 
Matt Helmsley Officer 1954 Det 759 
Matt Murdock Officer 3546    
Matthew DiSimone. Officer: 2800 Det: 569 Sgt: 381 Det Sgt: 38
Maxwell Anderson III Officer 1251 - Police Cadet 227 
Mel Penn - Officer - 1919
Melinda Walp Officer 3166 Det 415 Sgt 423 
Melissa Warczynski Det 911 
Melvin Miller Officer 468  
Michael Broll Officer 2870  
Michael C. Davis. Officer 3386 
Michael Craig Officer 2372 
Michael Dunn Cadet 116 Officer 3551 Sgt 410 Honor Guard 1 
Michael Gary Det 606 
Michael Gibson Officer 2184 and 196    
Michael Hall Officer 2910 Det 420 
Michael Hessler Officer 1532 Det. 671 
Michael Hilliard - Major – 39 
Michael Hires Cadet 152 Officer 1639 and 25 - Seq B63 
Michael J. Johnson, Officer 3478 Det. 127 Det/Sgt. 89 
Michael Kundrat Officer 3007 Sgt 385 Lt 125 Maj 4 
Michael Lang Officer 2443 
Michael Lind Officer 3191 - Det. 862 
Michael McGrath Sr. Officer 3032 Det 614 
Michael Morey - Officer 2627 
Michael Morreale Officer 1227 
Michael Mulford Officer 2539 
Michael P. Tomczak Officer 2959 Agent, 18 Sgt 1 
Michael Price Officer 984  
Michael Roselle Officer 578 3393 and 257 
Michael Tenant, Officer 1425 Sgt 246 
Michael Vaughn Officer 2152 
Michael Vaughn Sr Officer 2152 
Michael Werdin Officer 162 
Michael Wolferman Officer 2161 
Michelle Cheatham Officer 1688 
Michelle McClosky Officer 2586 Det 608 
Mike Barnes Sgt 49 
Mike DeBord Officer 2876 Det 57 
Mike Driscoll Officer 116 
Mike Maurer Officer 2295 
Mike Montalvo - Officer 3428 - H078  
Mike Payne Officer 222 
Mike Stefanowitz Officer 2380 Det Sgt 30  
Milton Krysztofiak Officer 2069 
Milton Scott Officer 3620 Det 663 
Missie Brown Edick Cadet 220 Officer 922 
Molly Seitler , Sgt. Badge 473
Monica Nashan Officer 1036 and 1084  
Morgan Clasing Officer 2513 Sgt 243 
Myrna Gordon Officer 99 
Natalie Ring Det 680 
Neil Huber Officer 850 Sgt 147 
Nicholas De Jesus Officer 1232   
Nick Caprinolo Officer 2304 Det. 168 Sgt 466 
Nick Tomlin Officer 3534 Det, 69 
Norman Sauter Officer 1420 
Odis Sistrunk Officer 1788  
Owen Sweeney, Jr. Lt. 122 * 
Pat Cochrane Officer 980  
Patrick Carl Martin Deachilla Officer 2025  
Patrick Curtis Officer 235 Det 134 
Patrick Deachilla Officer 2025 
Patrick Sellers Officer 1399 
Patty Bauer Officer 2255 
Paul Dunn Officer 416 
Paul Dziwanowski Officer 393 
Paul Scardina Officer 325 3250 3249 
Paul Sheppard Officer 221 
Paul Zmijewski Officer 2295 
Pedro A. Vargas Jr. Officer 890 Det 890 
Pete Baker Cadet. 114 Officer 2952 - Det 208 
Peter Iacovo Det 203 
Phil Goertz Officer 3568 - Det 56 
Phil Sexton - 44
Phil Smeak  Officer 239 
Phillip Jones Officer 3781 
Rajeeyah R J Abdussalaam Officer 307    
Ralph Archibald Officer 1075 
Ralph DiLucci, Officer 806   
Randy Grue Officer 2631 
Raymond Fields Officer 2642 
Raymond Scaraggi Officer 1843 
Raymond Wheatley Officer 996 
Ricardo Ojeda Officer 3478 Det 625 & 414 
Richard Allen Det 240 
Richard Boblitz Police Agt. 3757 
Richard Evred Officer 553 
Richard James Officer 796 Det. 55 Det. Lt. 42  
Richard Phillips Officer 616  
Richard Price II Officer 3375 Sgt. 272 
Richard Schlereth Officer 1054 
Richard Smith Officer 2668 Sgt 290     
Richard Thompson Officer 271 
Richard Thompson 247 
Richard Youngbar Officer 1048 
Richie Lyles F182 Cadet 298 Officer 378 Det 377 Officer 808 Det 448 
Rick Heymann Officer 1089  
Rick Morris Officer 578 
Ricky Mayfield Officer 3786   
Roan Everett Officer 3257 and 257 
Rob Adams Officer 1831 Det 768 and 678 
Rob Furlong Officer 1426 Sgt 120 Det Sgt 102 Lt 10 and Det Lt 40  
Rob Mullin Officer 3755
Rob Thompson - Officer 1723 I161  
Robert Alexander Officer 3271   
Robert Becker Officer 1097 Sgt 174 
Robert Brown Sr Officer 365 
Robert Crispens Jr Officer 699 
Robert Crispens Sr Officer 466 
Robert Crown Jr. Officer 1881 G274
Robert D Marianetti Officer 552 
Robert Gordon Officer 745 - E821 
Robert Hall Police Agt. 3025 
Robert Hall Sr Sgt 302 
Robert Petza Officer 1242   
Robert Ross Officer 3568 Det 187 D/Sgt 428 
Robert Sallada Police Agt. 1446 
Robert Sharpley Officer 3414  
Robert Tice Jr Officer 3056 
Robert Yamin Officer 2472 
Robin Mullins Officer 2147 
Rod Day Officer 3413 
Rodney Butler Officer 1040 and Det 69 
Ron Becker Officer 3437 
Ron Burdynski Officer 2480 
Ron Ciraolo Officer 4046 Det 598 
Ron Ogle Officer 2957 Det 218 
Ronald Carrigan Officer 1706 
Ronald Fleming Officer 2048 Sgt 221 
Ronald Teufer Jr Officer 2264 
Ronald Teufer Sr Officer 2469 
Ronnie Rideout - 1322 
Roosevelt Hammett Jr. Officer 3445 Sgt. 75 
Ross Griffin - Officer 2238 
Rudy Metzger - Officer 514 

Rudy Rutledge - Officer 3055  
Ryan Davies - Officer 2605 - Sgt 394 Seq: J745  
Sam H Heuisler - Officer 96 
Sam Suter - Officer 170 
Sam Taylor - Officer 693 Sgt 331 
Samuel Suter - Cadet 176 - Officer 170 - Seq C294 
Santo Grasso Officer 358 
Scott DeMario Officer 2128 
Scott Dickson Officer 2197 
Scott Keller Officer 3630 Det 92 
Scott Lawrence Officer 1141 
Scott Roper Officer 3753 - Sgt 255 - Lt 1 - Maj 46 
Scott Santasania Officer 330 
Scott Serio Officer 93 Sgt 33 Det Lt 7 
Scott Wills Officer 2225 
Scott Yosua Officer 348 
Sean Ruane Officer 2178 & 2176 Det 486 
Seth Roussey - Officer 670 - Detective 760
Seung Choi - Officer, 3938
Shannon Lee Trainor Officer 1611 
Sharon A Marr Officer 7017 Det 70 
Sharp, J. A. Sgt. 333 
Shawn Collins Smith Officer 3564 
Shawn Emeigh Officer 499 
Shawn Fuksa Officer 3417 
Shawn J Johnson Officer 649 
Shawn McKnight Officer 3642 Det 523 
Shawn Schwartz, Officer 1528 
Shelia Dodson Officer 3232 
Shelia Raheem Officer 3654 Det 11 
Shelton Jones Jr. Det 74 and Officer 860 
Shirley Disney Officer 1071 Det 84 K9 Xena 2359  
Shonda Gooch-Williams Cadet 321 Officer 3666  
Sidney Cutchin - Officer - 1307 then 1377 - Detective 64 - Det Sgt 184
Sonia West Officer 416 - Det 123 - Sgt 96  
Sonny Dickson. Officer 2412 Sgt 54 Major 4  
Sonny Lawson Officer 3010  
Stan Lynch Officer 2422 Det 41  
Stan Premick Officer 3224    
Steve Creeron - Officer 2008  
Steve Sturm Officer 96  
Steve Tilson Officer 3665 Det 663 
Steven Lehmann Officer 3217 Sgt 352 Det Sgt 51    
Steven Weichert Officer 1575   
Suzanne Fries G389 Det Lt Badge # 52
Sylvia M Forrester Officer 931 
Tarsha Taru - Officer 3180 
Terry Bell Det 715 Sgt 66 
Terry Caudell Officer 1828 Sgt 45 
Terry Graham Officer 1157 
Terry K. Hendrickson Officer 3355 and Det 1991 
Terry Lee Miller Officer 3325   
Terry Smith Officer 2558 
Thomas Davidson Sgt 288 
Thomas Doyle - Officer 513 
Thomas Gaither Officer 1039 
Thomas Higgins - Officer 580
Thomas Joyce Officer 3396  Sgt 154   
Thomas Moody Officer 1166   
Thomas Schaeffer Officer 1207 Sgt. 229 
Tim Redding Officer 3294 
Timothy B Ridenour Officer 3074 
Timothy Blasko Det 691 
Timothy Brietenback Cadet 300 Officer 3398  
Timothy Crowther - Officer. 1388 - Sgt 427  
Timothy Keel Officer 227 Sgt. 30 Lt. 3 Det. Lt. 7   
Timothy Martin Officer 2582 then 2587  
Todd Eibner Officer 3096 
Tom Bailey Officer 358   
Tom Cutler Officer 710 Sgt 75   
Tom Mallon Officer 2603 and 3803 Det. 354   
Tom Niemiera Officer 1651     
Tom Wade Jr. Officer 1707 Sgt 275  
Tom Wade Sr. Officer 791    
Tommy Linton Officer 1047    
Tommy Long Officer 1848 Det 13    
Toni Furlong Officer 1994    
Tony Petralia Jr. Det 57 Officer 2908    
Tracy Geho Officer 1386 Det sgt 27 Det Lt 86   
Troy Blackwell Sgt 181    
Troy Chesley Officer 260 Det 874 
Troy Cooper - Officer 54 Det 474 Sgt 501   

Troy Jackson Officer 3038 F-162
Tyler Tyson Officer 1754    
Valarie Hargrove, Officer 826   
Victor Villafane Officer 3908 Det 950   
Vince Adolpho Officer 3175    
Vince Roussey Officer 670 Detective 196 
Wayne Warnick Officer 1837 Det 42      
Wes Wise - Major 18, Officer 263 Sgt: 255   
Wilbur Bartels Officer 47 and 2046   
William "Billy" Martin Officer 2025  
William Ackiss Officer 3489   
William Davis - Officer 3523 - Det 57 - Sgt 1 - Det Sgt 21 - Lt 121 - Det Lt 21 - Deputy Major 21 - Major 1   
William Humble Officer 2178 and Officer 1761   
William Painter Officer 3353   
William Phelps Officer 3622   
William Reinsfelder Officer 898   
William Robbins Officer 3017 Lt 87  
William Stone Officer 96 Sgt & Det Sgt 425   
William Walters Cadet 113 Officer 1501 Det 424 Sgt 696   
William Welsh Officer 787   
Wm G Hotz Jr Officer 634   

 

 

 

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1920/30s thru 1950s Members of the Traffic Section
Badge Numbers, Revolver Numbers  and Call Box Key Numbers

 

 

Albert A Moffett Officer Badge #  728 Pistol # 335-102 - Key # SW 81

Albert E Dix Officer Badge #  273 Pistol # 330-002 - Key # ND 24

Arthur W Plummer Officer Badge #  727 Pistol # 334-986 - Key # SW 86

Artur V Schwatka Officer Badge #  1146 Pistol # 276-722 - Key # PD 1146  ***

Author R Block Sgt Badge #  28 Pistol # 231-297 - Key # NW128

Blair Drustorn Officer Badge #  249 Pistol # 266-722 - Key # ND 61

Blair P Overton  Officer Badge #  249 Pistol # 266-722 - Key # ND 61

Carroll J Connolly Officer Badge #  1354 Pistol # 302-875 - Key # PD 1354  ***

Charles Block Officer Badge #   244 Pistol # 268-852 - Key # ND 68

Charles E Krein Officer Badge #  149 Pistol # 337-052 - Key # NE 43

Charles E Morgan Officer Badge #  646 Pistol # 348-519 - Key # PD 646  ***

Charles Gerhold Sgt Badge #  14 Pistol # 295-178 - Key # CD 153

Charles Gerhold Sgt Badge #  399 Pistol # 295-178 - Key # CD 153

Charles H Swayne Officer Badge #  669  Pistol # 334-840 - Key # SD 51

Charles M Harris Officer Badge #  172 Pistol # 330-054 - Key # NE 31

Charles R Russell Officer Badge #  1061 Pistol # 269-198 - Key # ED 1061  ***

Clarence E Murphy Officer Badge # 81

Clinton M Hyde Officer Badge #  1318 Pistol # 305-685 - Key # PD 1318  ***

Edouard J Gueydan Officer Badge #  739 Pistol # 275-211 - Key # WD 739  ***

Edward Hainke Officer Badge #  859 Pistol # 306-342 and 350-593 - Key # WD 26

Edward Huneke Officer Badge #  501 Pistol # 335-266 - Key # CD 84

Edward J Connolly Officer Badge #  1113 Pistol # 344-718 - Key # PD 1113  ***

Edward J Gruydan Officer Badge #  739 Pistol # 275-211 - Key # WD 739  ***

Edward M Sawyer Officer Badge #  565 Pistol # 234-237 - Key # NW 26

Edward R German Officer Badge #  611 Pistol # 330-777 - Key # NW 80

Edwin Wilson Officer Badge #  896 Pistol # 343-900 - Key # PD 324

Elmer A Hefner Officer Badge #  239 Pistol # 339-995 - Key # PD 239  ***

Elmer Bowen Officer Badge #  317 Pistol # 303-815 - Key # PD 317  ***

Elmer Schmidt Officer Badge #  1412 Pistol # 430-493 - Key # PD 1412  ***

Ernest Dunnigan Officer Badge #  831 Pistol # 330-542 - Key # SW 15

Ernest H Gardner Officer Badge #  101 Pistol # 379-067 - Key # NE 94

Frank C Orash Officer Badge #  212 Pistol # 337-324 - Key # PD 184

Frank J Centineo Officer Badge #  662 Pistol # 268-485 - Key # SD 80  

Frank J. Corrigan Officer # 21 -  Key # PD 21  ***

Frank J Phankett Officer Badge #  1105 Pistol # 276-204 - Key # PD 1105  ***

Frank Johnston Officer Badge #  369 Pistol # 231-093 - Key # CD 123

Frank L Phillips Officer Badge #  503 Pistol # 374-058 - Key # SW 13

Frank Schrieber Officer Badge #  148 Pistol # 329-508 - Key # NW 23

Fred W Dunn Officer Badge #  880 Pistol # 234-364 - Key # PD 325

Frederick C Lecompte Officer Badge #  272 Pistol # 339-198 - Key # ED 115

Frederick D Gladstone Officer Badge #   1384 Pistol # 206-038 - Key # PD 1384  ***

Frederick T Mann Officer Badge #  1036 Pistol # 233-880 - Key # ND 60

George E Rudell Officer Badge #  591 Pistol # 265-386  - Key # NW 107

George H Hueschler Jr Badge #  335 Pistol # 337-323 - Key # NW 165

George J Luis Lt Badge # UNK Pistol # 321-173 Key # ND 83

George P Cernik Officer Badge # 4  Pistol # 276-193 - Key # ED 4  ***

Daniel Siegert Det Patrolman Badge # 4  

George T Phebus Officer Badge #  275 Pistol # 245-709 - Key # ND 30

George W Clary Officer Badge #   726 Pistol # 337-248 - Key # SW 34

George W Rudolph Officer Badge #  199 Pistol # 331-048 - Key # ND 16

Harry F Jeffres Officer Badge #  378 Pistol # 266-253 - Key # PD 378  ***

Henry Dashhiell Officer Badge #  900 Pistol # 234-193 - Key # PD 333

Henry Emerson Officer Badge #  1119 Pistol # 272-494 - Key # PD 1119  ***

Herbert T Shankling  Officer Badge #  1395 Pistol # 306-315 - Key # PD 1395  ***

Herman K Wilcox Officer Badge #  1011 Pistol # 334-832 - Key # NE 66

Howard E Collins Officer Badge #  1075 Pistol # 268-412 - Key # PD 1075  ***

Howard German Officer Badge # 611 Pistol# 330-777  - Key # NW 80   

James E. Abbott Officer # 521 

James L Schultz Officer Badge #  753 Pistol # 266-020 - Key # NW 753  ***

Jesse Hood Officer Badge #  1179 Pistol # 275-784 - Key # PD 1179  ***

John Brewster Badge # 269  

John A Cords Officer Badge #  973 Pistol # 306-528 - Key # WD 90

John Herman Johnson Badge # 316

John E Salbeck Officer Badge #  312 Pistol # 234-139 - Key # ED 139

John H Schafer Officer Badge #  873 Pistol # 234-214 - Key # WD 873  ***

John Kellermann Sgt Badge #  174 Pistol # 234-208 - Key # WD 19 

John Moore  Officer Badge #  177 Pistol # 276-124 - Key # NE 41

John P. Mooney Officer Badge # 274

John T. Bowling Officer Badge #  1004 Pistol # 245-752 - Key # PD 1004  ***

John Walstrum Officer Badge #  868  Pistol # 234-220 - Key # PD 300

Joseph A Koenig Officer Badge #  353 Pistol # 268-356 - Key # PD 107

Joseph F Szczublewski Badge #  Officer 319 Pistol # 219-656 - Key # HQ 4

Joseph I Rial Officer Badge #  294 Pistol # 266-657 - Key # CD 48

Joseph J Pessagno Officer Badge #  302 Pistol # 237-762 - Key # WD 87

Joseph L Crovo Officer Badge #  1061 Pistol # 245-761 - Key # ED 1091  ***

Joseph Novak Officer Badge #  1252 Pistol # 237-461 - Key # PD 1252  ***

Joseph R Rice Officer Badge #  468 Pistol # 268-220 - Key # SW 468  ***

Joseph S Reed Officer Badge #  747 Pistol # 336-878 - Key # ND 11

Leroy J Kues Officer Badge # 1377 Pistol # 306-711 - Key # NW 104

Leslie L Scrivens Officer Badge #  73  Pistol # 295-757 - Key # ED 73  ***

Lester Weitzel Officer Badge #  1008 Pistol # 245-749 - Key # PD 1008  ***

LouIs E Martindale Officer Badge #  1145 Pistol # 276-633 - Key # PD 1145  ***

Marion Humphrey Sgt Badge #  58 Pistol # 237-056 - Key # PD 375

Marion T Elliott Officer Badge #  86 Pistol # 295-145 - Key # ED 86  ***

Moriuam Herm Officer Badge #  115 Pistol # 237-432 - Key # NE 115  ***

Norman Henn Officer Badge #  115 Pistol # 237-432 - Key # NE 115 Claw 3848  ***

Oliver R Ellis Officer Badge #  615 Pistol # 245-689 - Key # PD 615  ***

Oscar L Lusby Lt.  Badge # UNK Pistol # 245-736 - Key # CD 990 - Claw # 3-715

Ottis Carrol Officer Badge #  237 - Key # CD 237  ***

Otto Leyhe Officer Badge #   420 Pistol # 267-934 - Key # CD 169  

Patrick Donohoe Patrolman Badge #  276  SD

Peter Chrusniak Officer Badge #  1060 Pistol # 332-393 - Key # PD 1060  ***

Phillip A Ganley Officer Badge #  31 Pistol # 344-383 - Key # ED 31  ***

Ralph B Wareheim Officer Badge #  493  Pistol # 267-242 - Key # PD 201

Raymond Miles Officer Badge #  242  Pistol # 334-632 - Key # PD 45

Raymond S Taylor Officer Badge #  1186 Pistol # 267-171 - Key # SD 21

Robert E Muench Officer Badge #  441 Pistol # 331-484 - Key # WD 18

Robert J Long Officer Badge #  388 Pistol # 266-780 - Key # WD 12 

Roy Hoffman Patrolman Badge # 17  

Russell L Hilton Officer Badge #  517 Pistol # 236-418 - Key # NW 144

Russell N Spicer Officer Badge #  436  Pistol # 268-754 - Key #  CD 26

Thomas F Schamburg Officer Badge #  357 Pistol # 266-882 - Key # ED 357  ***

Thomas J O'Neil  Officer Badge #  730 Pistol #  349-222 - Key # SW 82

Thomas S Henderson Officer Badge #  820 Pistol # 332-744 - Key # PD 1268

Thurlow Maxwell Officer Badge #  974 Pistol # 245-742 - Key # PD 974  ***

Vernon McKenney Officer Badge #  990 Pistol # 329-785 - Key # ED 122

Wade Adams Officer Badge #  1097 Pistol # 276-627 - Key # PD 1097  ***

Walter L Hughes Officer Badge #  813 Pistol # 295-222 - Key # ED 24

Wilbur Martindale Sgt Badge #  100 Pistol # 272-447 - Key # NW 100  ***

Willard E Pyle Officer Badge #  1392 Pistol # 303-331 - Key # PD 1392  ***

William Adams Officer Badge #  1323 Pistol # 379-945 - Key # PD 1323  ***

William Caswell Officer Badge #  234 Pistol # 337-394 - Key # PD 71

William Copsey Officer Badge # 757

William F Rumge Officer Badge #  1406 Pistol # 288-393 - Key # ND 51

William Grebner Officer Badge #  439 Pistol # 266-871 - Key # NE 439  ***

William Griese Officer Badge #  408 Pistol # 234-068 - Key # CD 162

William H Moudry Officer Badge #  83 Pistol # 267-809 - Key # NW 40

William J Miller Officer Badge #  981 Pistol # 245-690 - Key # PD 981  ***

William Markert Officer Badge #  1221 Pistol # 271-344 - Key # PD 1221  *

Robert Schueler, Sr. Officer Badge # C-37 (The C indicates he was a chauffeur) 

 

 *** = Matching badge number and Call Box Key

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Badge Numbers from the Late 1800S to the Early 1900S
Name - Rank - Badge Numbers

 

 

Acker, J. J. Officer 279

Andrews, J. O. Officer 203

Andrews, R. Officer 364

Ardisson, H. V. Officer 430

Austin, W. H. Officer 142

Bachman, J. Officer 89

Baker, C. H. Officer 123

Baker, James Officer 160

Barclay, J. L. Officer 738

Barranger, C. J. Officer 751

Bateman, W. J. Officer 4

Batzer, J. A. Officer 372

Baugh, A. A. Officer 87

Begnelle, C. R. Officer 632

Behringer, P. Officer 64

Bell, T. L. Officer 228

Birmingham, H. C. Officer 459

Bishop, C. A. Officer 212

Bishop, E. B. Officer 10

Black, G. R. Officer 880

Blake, James Officer 306

Bliler, R. Officer 452

Blume, C. F. Officer 62

Bohn, W. B. Officer 201

Bohn, W. B. Officer 207

Bond, C. E. Officer 99

Booker, Philip Officer 723

Borden, W. J. Officer 211

Bowers, G. W. Officer 490

Bowersox, C. F. Officer 247

Bowling, W.E. Officer 39

Bozeman, G. I. Patrolman 53

Brandt, J. C. Officer 125

Broadfoot, W. J. Officer 23

Bruner, Jr. Joseph Officer 485

Buckley, W. J. Officer 311

Burgess, W. H. Officer 309

Burkhardt, J. B. Officer 172

Burman, B. Officer 367

Burns, J. J. Officer 423

Burns, W. P. Officer 382

Busch, William Officer 751

Busick, J. E. Officer 122

Busky, B. T. Officer 102

Buswanger, G. B. Officer 411

Byrne, H. J. Officer 412

Cain, E. J. Officer 26

Carlos, J. Officer 255

Carney, O. P. Officer 482

Carr, A. R. Officer 791

Carroll, A. C. Officer 201

Carroll, F. R. Officer 81

Cash, P. Officer 395

Cassidy, T. R. Officer 748

Caughlin, P. J. Officer 427

Cavanaugh, M. J. Officer 852

Chaffinch, T. Officer 105

Chaney, V. L. Officer 248

Clampitt, W. K. Officer 75

Clancy, J. Officer 202

Coale, J. M. Officer 546

Cole, C. W. Officer 77

Collins, G. W. Officer 47

Collins, T. J. Officer 725

Concannon, J. P. Officer 257

Connor, C. O. Officer 362

Cook, William Officer 80

Cooney, J. A. Officer 645

Coulter, J. F. Officer 304

Crawford, J. A. Officer 49

Croghan, P. V. Officer 22

Crowe, W. J. Officer 234

Cullison, W. T. Officer 495

Cusack, T. E. Officer 209

Daley, J. P. Officer 603

Damitz, J. Officer 57

Daniels, W. J. Officer 106

Dash, A. Officer 398

Davis, G. W. Officer 669

Davis, R. S. Officer 735

Deer, J. H. Officer 717

Deinlein, G. Officer 24

Deiter, N. W. Officer 64

Deitrich, A. C. Officer 83

Deitz, C. L. Officer 606

Delaney, J. R. Officer 487

Dempsey, J. E. Officer 189

Dempsey, J. M. Officer 312

Dengler, George Officer 61 

Devan, J. T. Officer 222

Dick, G. B. Officer 346

Ditzel, Charles Officer 421

Dixon, W. Y. Officer 704

Dodson, L. E. Officer 25

Doherty, E. E. Officer 720

Donhauser, Jr. H. A. Officer 40

Donoghue, J. J. Officer 712

Donohue, Daniel Officer 15

Donohue, T. F. Officer 188

Dorsey, C. F. Officer 402

Dorsey, J. B. Officer 762

Downs, J. C. Officer 324

Duerr, V. H. Officer 498

Dugan, J. F. Officer 419

Dunn, D. E. Officer 342

Dunn, James Officer 117

Dunn, W. F. Officer 183

Durfee, A. M. Officer 642

Eberling, Jr. J. G. Officer 708

Egan, M. J. Officer 777

Ehlers, F. Officer 335

Ellis, A. Officer 35

Emerine, G. Officer 153

Ennis, J. R. Officer 14

Eser, C. N. Officer 11

Fanning, F. N. Officer 177

Farley, C. T. Officer 356

Farrell, G. R. Officer 482

Feidt, R. J. Officer 680

Feinour, B. W. Officer 417

Feldpusch, H. Officer 637

Ferguson, W. C. Officer 414

Ferris, Thomas Officer 103

Fields, C. L. Officer 358

Finch, C. H. D. Officer 504

Fishbach, G. A. Officer 626

Fitzmaurice, M. Officer 742

Fluskey, D. B. Officer 235

Fousek, J. J. Officer 320

Frank, P. A. Officer 394

Frank, R. W. Officer 250

Frawley, M. J. Officer 33

Frazier, W. B. Officer 275

Frederick, G. A. Officer 752

Freeburger, A. B. Officer 149

Freeman, E. B. Officer 69

Freeman, R. Officer 289

French, S. J. Officer 283

Frisbie, C. H. Officer 458

Fritsch, G. J. Officer 68

Frock, G. F. Officer 218

Furlong, J. Officer 374

Ganley, Philip Officer 424

Garrett, J. W. Officer 634

Garrigan, J. F. Officer 472

Garrity, T. Officer 300

Gaule, M. Officer 350

Geiger, J. Officer 80

Geisel, Ferdinand Officer 152

Geraghty, J. T. Officer 282

Gerlach, William Officer 470

German, F. J. Officer 41

Gill, C. N. Officer 617

Givvins, J. H. Officer 171

Gladden, C. W. Officer 140

Glenn, J. P. Officer 365

Goodwin, J. Officer 714

Goonan, T. Officer 705

Gordon, A. S. Officer 20

Gordon, J. T. Officer 138

Graham, J. T. Officer 15

Gramham, J. A. Officer 604

Grauling, G. Officer 32

Greene, Samuel G Officer 173

Gude, G. E. Officer 228

Guertler, O. E. Officer 154

Guian, J. P. Officer 347

Gumpman, P. H. Officer 640

Haigley, W. H. Officer 700

Haile, F. D. Officer 192

Haley, M. Officer 694

Haley, W. T. Officer 478

Hamilton, A. J. Officer 46

Hamilton, J. W. Officer 43

Hancock, C. W. Officer 100

Hanrahan, T. S. Officer 361

Harden, U. S. G. Officer 696

Hardesty, J. A. Officer 639

Harrigan, M. J. Officer 466

Harrison, C. E. Officer 28

Harrison, P. H. Officer 429

Hartman, John Officer 733

Harvey, H. C. Officer 332

Hauf, A. J. Officer 614

Hauf, G. A. Officer 430

Hawkins, T. E. Officer 727

Hayes, N. Officer 681

Heiderman, C. E. Officer 672

Heinsler, S. H. Officer 96

Hennick, G. W. Officer 502

Hepburn, A. M. Officer 70

Herman, J. Officer 12

Herold, J. L. Officer 170

Higgins, J. T. Officer 218

Hildebrand, W. P. Officer 363

Himmelman, S. Officer 38

Hirshauer, V. E. Officer 194

Hobbs, G. J. Officer 439

Hobbs, S. A. Officer 811

Hobbs, S. S. Officer 584

Hoey, C. S. Officer 123

Hoffman, W. H. Officer 139

Holden, J. S. Officer 174

Holthaus, A. A. Officer 385

Holzer, J. H. Officer 144

Homer, Lloyd Officer 321

Horstman, H. Officer 242

Hoskins, T. E. Officer 678

Howe, E. Officer 384

Hunt, M. J. Officer 740

Hurley, A. F. Officer 466

Hutcherson, J. W. Officer 415

James, W. M. Officer 308

Jamieson, A. Officer 290

Jeffres, J. F. Officer 470

Joeckel, C. C. Officer 58

Johnson, J. T. Officer 2

Johnson, J. W. Officer 484

Jones, C. W. Officer 412

Jones, G. E. Officer 420

Jones, L. K. Officer 146

Kahler, G. A. Officer 180

Kaiss, G. F. Officer 78

Kane, C. J. Officer 405

Kaney, F. J. Officer 648

Kaufman, C. W. Officer 262

Kaufman, William Officer 709

Kearney, A. J. Officer 344

Kearney, Patrick Officer 873

Kearns, J. A. Officer 371

Keck, J. H. W. Officer 114

Keggins, J. T. Officer 73

Kelly, J. E. Officer 352

Kelly, Thomas Officer 27

Kelly, W. H. Officer 588

Kidd, F. Officer 196

Kimball, A. L. Officer 225

King, John R. Officer 747

King, L. Officer 17

King, W. S. Officer 215

Kirby, H. C. Officer 682

Kissner, G. N. Officer 76

Klingenberg, A. Officer 136

Kneavel, C. J. Officer 151

Koehler, F. J. H. Officer 21

Kohler, George Officer 406

Koller, G. S. Officer 451

Krause, Henry Officer 1

Kreisel, W. G. Officer 165

Krotee, W. C. Officer 176

Lamar, G. W. Officer 605

Lamb, Richard Officer 780

Lang, A. Officer 475

Lankford, J. B. Officer 410

Lauinger, George Officer 448

Lawler, J. J. Officer 774

Lawless, T. P. Officer 434

Lawrence, W. E. Officer 716

Leach, C. A. Officer 498

Leitsch, J. V. Officer 373

Leland, Patrick Officer 387

Leonard, J. C. Officer 431

Link, W. F. Officer 651

Linn, J. F. Officer 237

Lisiecki, K. C. Officer 85

Little, R. T. Officer 755

Lookingbill, H. H. Officer 236

Lookingland, G. R. Officer 625

Lucey, J. Officer 55

Lynch, T. O. Officer 381

Lyons, J. H. Officer 455

Lyons, R. B. Officer 340

Mack, D. C. Officer 654

Magee, E. V. Officer 297

Maguire, E. Officer 264

Malone, D. Officer 404

Maloney, M. A. Officer 223

Manning, J. A. Officer 400

Mannion, M. J. Officer 116

Maselkowski, G. A. Officer 334

May, A. H. Officer 72

Mayer, William Officer 690

Mccabe, J. T. Officer 112

Mcclean, F. J. Officer 471

Mccloskey, J. J. Officer 722

Mccloskey, O. W. Officer 775

Mccotter, H. H. Officer 458

Mccourt, C. J. Officer 224

Mcdonell, Harry Officer 328

Mcgeeney, James Officer 284

Mcgrain, J. Officer 303

Mcgrain, T. Officer 260

Mcintire, A. Officer 147

Mcintire, J. Officer 222

Mcintire, J. H. Officer 463

Mckew, M. Officer 657

Mclain, A. L. Officer 230

Mclain, P. Officer 339

Mclaughlin, J. P. Officer 113

Mcmanus, T. H. Officer 480

Mcnamara, P. J. Officer 175

Mcnamee, J. W. Officer 650

Mcneal, M. Officer 802

Mewshaw, J. W. Officer 647

Middleton, C. S. Officer 415

Miller M. Officer 37

Miller, R. H. Officer 330

Mills, W. A. Officer 184

Milske, G. L. Officer 392

Minch, F. Officer 93

Minderlein, C. Officer 422

Mister, J. S. Officer 377

Mitchell, J. H. Officer 486

Mitzel, Jr., J. G. Officer 74

Monks, J. A. Officer 296

Monohan J. J. Officer 551

Moore, E. M. Officer 248

Moore, R. J. Officer 155

Moore, W. H. Officer 86

Moran, L.  L. Officer 360

Moran, Thomas Officer 633

Morgan, R. L. Officer 440

Morgereth, H. J. Officer 8

Moyan, P. Officer 713

Mumford, S. J. Officer 443

Murphy, John Officer 835

Murphy, T. Officer 204

Murphy, W. T. Officer 438

Myers, G. E. Officer 124

Myers, W. R. Officer 344

Noel, R. T. Officer 248

Noonan, M. J. Officer 454

Norton, Thomas Officer 883

O'connell, J. F. Officer 288

Oelman, G. E. Officer 609

O'keefe, W. T. Officer 135

Oliphant, J. M. Officer 331

O'neill, F. Officer 218

O'rourke, J. H. Officer 189

Ott, G. A. Officer 104

Ousler, T. F. Officer 418

Patterson, J. Officer 94

Patton, W. R. Officer 308

Pazourek, C. W. Officer 181

Pearce, T. F. G. Officer 316

Pendergast, T. J. Officer 386

Perkins, J. H. Officer 671

Permar, W. R. Officer 244

Perry, W. H. Officer 663

Petticord, W. D. Officer 207

Pfaff, W. H. Officer 699

Pfeifer, H. Officer 197

Pick, W. A. Officer 388

Plantholt, A. J. Officer 183

Pollock, G. Officer 164

Quandt, R. O. Officer 678

Quinn, W. E. Officer 745

Rahn, J. F. Officer 474

Ramsey, T. L. Officer 113

Ramsey, W. H. Officer 31

Ray, C. M. Officer 310

Louis G. Rever  Officer 187

Robinson, H. E. Officer 26

Robinson, J. W. Officer 764

Robinson, L. E. Officer 687

Roche, C. Officer 380

Roche, E. J. Officer 38

Roche, J. L. Officer 190

Rodgers, J. W. Officer 435

Roemer, H. J. Officer 677

Roessler, F. Officer 51

Rogers, Coke Officer 768

Rohleder, Charles Officer 503

Ross, P. S. Officer 612

Roth, G. M. Officer 693

Roth, G. M. Officer 699

Rowe, J. H. Officer 622

Rudel, J. C. Officer 477

Rudel, W. W. Officer 450

Ruhl, D. B. Officer   5

Rupprecht, J. J. Officer 217

Russell, F. G. Officer 682

Ryan, J. J. Officer 786

Ryan, J. T. Officer 261

Ryan, James Officer 278

Sauer, G. C. Officer 6

Schaefer, F. B. Officer 728

Schaefer,N. J. Officer 461

Scheflein, A. Officer 80

Schelle, A. W. Officer 258

Schleigh, R. P. Officer 280

Schley,Allen Officer 482

Schlingman, F. Officer 7

Schmidt, G. C. Officer 481

Schmidt, J. C. Officer 413

Schminke, H. P. Officer 433

Schneider, F. E. Officer 18

Schone, W. H. Officer 132

Schrieber, J. Officer 162

Schuster, J. R. Officer 664

Schuster, J. S. Officer 676

Schwarzkopf, H. A. Officer 95

Schwarzman, H. J. Officer 163

Scott, F. C. Officer 154

Scrivner, W. F. Officer 518

Sedicum, A. T. Officer 726

Sedicum, G. T. Officer 701

Seiber, F. L. Officer 409

Seibold, H. C. Officer 428

Seidl, F. N. Officer 13

Seiler, J. Officer 736

Seipp, F. Officer 624 

Shanahan, E. A. Officer 767  

Sharon Marr Officer 7017 Det Badge 70   

Sheehey, M. J. Officer 305

Shilling, T. B. Officer 233

Shipferling, F. H. Officer 698

Sinclair, Charles Officer 491

Slaine, J. F. Officer 232

Smith, G. T. Officer 351

Smith, S. J. Officer 743

Smyth, J. J. Officer 336

Smyth, W. R. Officer 29

Sparks, J. B. Officer 98

Spicer, C. W. Officer 319

Squires, W. L. Officer 432

Stafford, J. P. Officer 437

Stallings, C. F. Officer 723

Starkey, R. L. Officer 130

Starlings, F. Officer 729

Stein, J. R. Officer 121

Steinacher, T. F. Officer 744

Steineman, L. J. Officer 732

Stevens, E. B. Officer 591

Stevens, J. H. Officer 706

Stinchcomb Officer 213

Stitchberry, J. L. Officer 268

Stocket, R. W. Officer 416

Storey, A. P. Officer 667

Streb, G. P. Officer 388

Street, K. Officer 737

Stretch, A. J. Officer 688

Strout G. T. Officer 790

Struck, F. A. Officer 447

Stump, J. C. Officer 607

Sullivan, Robert Officer 618

Sutton, B. A. Officer 426

Sweeney, J. J. Officer 337

Swope, J. L. Officer 628

Talbott, L. Officer 706

Tarr, R. S. Officer 711

Taylor, A. J. Officer 254

Taylor, O. M. Officer 145

Teinken, G. H. Officer 127

Tennyson, J. F. Officer 689

Teves, J. T. Officer 478

Thawley, S. T. Officer 178

Thomas, W. L. Officer 318

Thompson, W. A. Officer 198

Thornton, J. P. Officer 724

Tighe, J. B. Officer 428

Timmerman, A. J. Officer 421

Todd, J. D. Officer 220

Trott, J. W. Officer 353

Trott, T. H. Officer 200

Tudor, W. T. Officer 120

Tull, J. C. Officer 241

Tuohy, John Officer 322

Tyson, G. B. Officer 345

Vane, F. B. Officer 228

Vavrina, J. F. Officer 184

Vavrina,J. F. Officer 493

Veitsch, G. C. Officer 256

Velker, G. C. Officer 287

Vickers, B. F. Officer 669

Vincent, W. P. Officer 189

Vocke, L. B. Officer 243

Voegelein, Charles Officer 292

Vogleman, W. H. Officer 621

Walsh, M. Officer 757

Walters,H. R. Officer 282

Wankmiller, J. F. Officer 52

Warmsman, W. F. H. Officer 299

Warner, J. A. Officer 261

Watchman, W. W. Officer 131

Way, J. A. Officer 239

Weber, John Officer 156

Welsh, Luther Officer 731

Werner,W. F. Officer 627

White, J. Officer 716

Wildberger, F. W. Officer 210

Wilkens, J. C. Officer 658

Wilkerson, J Officer 82

Will, G. J. Officer 469

Williams, J. E. Officer 619

Williams, T. A. Officer 681

Wilson, J. F. Officer 334

Wingate, H. C. Officer 214

Winters, George Officer 128

Wisner, J. T. Officer 467

Woelper, George Officer 150

Woods, J. J. Officer 379

Wulfert, J. Officer 349

Yeagle, C. L. D. Officer 535

Yost, Henry Officer 641

Youngheim, F. F. Officer 118

Zehner, W. O. Officer 629

Zeiler, A. Officer 34

 

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Badge Numbers Known to be Retired or out of Circulation

1 - 1797 - 3 April 1797 - The first ordinance affecting the police was passed. The year our department was officially founded, 1797 they reserved that year from ever being issued as a badge number. This badge came to us courtesy of Ret Sgt Edward Mattson
2 - 23 - Ret Officer Edward A. Panowitz Sr, 1968 
3 - 1122 - Ret Officer John McAndrew - 30 June 2011
4 - 12 - Ret Detective Al Marcus - 5 March 2016
5 - 550 - Ret Detective Kenneth Driscoll - 6 May 2018
6 - 390 - Honorary Police Officer 6-Year-Old Vincent Felicebus, Jr - 30 Jan 1957
7 - 2407 - Ret Officer Gerard Heid - for serving 46 years

1 blue devider 800 8 721. Retired P/O Edward A. Panowitz Sr, 1968 - P/O Badge # 23 - Commissioner Bishop Robinson 

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2. Retired Officer John McAndrew - 30 June 2011- P/O Badge # 1122 - Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III

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3. Retired Detective Al "Mad-Dog" Marcus - 5 March 2016 - Det. Badge # 12 - Commissioner Kevin Davis 

4. Retired Detective Kenneth Driscoll - 6 May 2018 - Det. Badge # 550 - Commissioner Darryl DeSousa. Issued to Retired Detective Kenneth Driscoll, by an announcement of Baltimore Police Commissioner, Darryl DeSousa on 6 May 2018 said, now and forever Ken's badge and number have been RETIRED! and Detective Badge #550 will never be issued again - Click any of the pics from this presentation to watch/listen to the video 

5. Retired P/O Gerard Heid - P/O Badge # 2407 - 

We now this list will grow as we gather numbers from fallen officers, so far we are starting with information known, or at least the parts we have so far.

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This is the unofficial history site of the Baltimore Police Department. It depicts the history of the department as it was originally conceived of and told by retired officer William M. Hackley. Sadly, Officer Hackley passed away on 15 March 2012 leaving his site to Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll. It took a month or so to take full responsibility for the site and its content. The thoughts and use of certain items, terms, sounds, and implications are not necessarily those that would be agreed upon by the Baltimore Police Department as an official government agency. Likewise, we do not seek their permission or approval to post the things we post, and as such, nothing in these pages should be held against them.

If you have old uniforms, paperwork, pictures, paystubs, leather belts, hats, etc., contact us. We attempt to preserve as much of our police history as we can, and looking through every scrap of paper is what has helped us take the site from 90 pages to about 10 times that now. We need these old log books, case books, etc. We received a case book that was kept up by a sergeant from the late 1930s to the early 1950s, and in it he kept the names, badge numbers, call box key numbers, pistol numbers, and, where available, the officer's Iron Claw serial numbers. This information was transcribed, giving us more than 100 names and numbers from that era. That list can be found HERE If you have questions, information, or items you want to donate or sell, contact us. We are available t pick things up and will help with shipping costs. What might not seem important could help us answer questions we have been trying to answer for years.

The intent of this site is more than just to tell our history; it is to have everyone remember our injured and fallen heroes, those who, in the performance of their duties, were called upon to make the ultimate sacrifice.

So as you surf these pages, you will see the Baltimore Police Department from its infancy, showing the crude methods of policing in the 1700s, through to the 1800s, and becoming the modern, highly efficient department that it has become today.

Enjoy the site for what it is: a rendition of the proud history of one of this country’s finest Police departments, one for which those of us who have worked there are proud of and honored to have served. The many men and women that still proudly serve, and those that someday will serve.

 

 

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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.

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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

 

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Straight & Narrow

First Traffic Lines

15 Nov, 1914


WALK THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW PATH

What are those white lines painted on the street, stretching right across the asphalt, mean? Scores asked the men who were painting, hundreds have looked at them, stopped and wondered. Thousands who walks through the business district of the city have noticed recently at the street intersections of Baltimore Street from the Fallsway to Howard Street, and on Howard from Baltimore Street to Franklin, these heavy white lines on all four sides of the intersecting streets. The lines extend from curb to curb, those on the north and south sides of the street running East and West, and those on the east and west sides of the streets running north and south. One of the lines on each side runs coincident with the building line; the other with the curb between these lines all Baltimoreans who use Shanks’ mare as their mode of traveling must walk in the future. There is to be no “cutting catty corner” at these intersections. Everyone must hew to the line or the policemen stationed at these crossings will know the reason why.

In Cleveland and Detroit.

In other words, Baltimore is about to inaugurate an arrangement in the way of handling the traffic situation that has been in vogue for some time in the number of large cities of the country. Those who have visited Cleveland and Detroit have undergone the experience of being held up by the policeman at the crossing when they attempt to scoot diagonally from one corner of the street to another. They had to go around about way, and perhaps some of them have murmured at what they thought of as a useless and childish procedure. In some of these cities the lines are not used, while in others there is quite an involve system of lines. Which it takes a little time to puzzle out. In all of these cities the adoption of either the line system or that used, for example, in Cleveland, where the police simply directed the way the Pedestrian shall go, has been rewarded with beneficial results in the saving of life and limb. In Baltimore in the last five years the toll of life and limb exacted by streetcars, automobiles and other vehicles has been considerable. Perhaps 50 persons have been killed or died from their injuries. It is doubtful if, in all this list, there can be found a verdict given by a coroner’s jury in which the victim of the accident was not blamed to some extent for carelessness. In every instance it seems to have been a case where the person who was killed steps to directly in the path of the automobile or the trolley car, and that the motorman or the chauffeur had no time to bring his car or automobile to a stop. Often there have been no disinterested witnesses to the accident. The victim’s lips are sealed by death. The person who ran him down naturally testifies in his own defense. With conditions existing as they are in Baltimore today, it is a wonder that more persons are not killed or injured. There are always some few persons so careless and driving automobiles and other vehicles that they are a constant danger to pedestrians. As long as some men will not respect the rights of others and as long as many people are so careless of their own protection, the city must step to the defense of those who either cannot or will not take care of themselves.

The Way It Works

The layout of these lines is regarded as an important step toward the better handling of traffic. City engineer McKay is initiating the innovation. He will shortly write a letter to the board of police commissioners asking them to have the members of the Police Department cooperate with city authorities in seeing that the new plan is carried out. When that system is put in force a person wishing to cross, say from the south west side of Baltimore and Charles streets to the northeast corner of Baltimore and Charles streets, will have to walk east on the south side of Baltimore Street to the southeast corner of the intersecting streets and thence North to his objective point. There may be some persons who object on the grounds that this means a waste of time and energy. Doubtless they will in the future see its good points. When once the traffic patrolman gives the signal for persons moving east and west to move on every vehicle bound North and South must stop. When he gives the sign to those on their way north and south every vehicle moving east and west must stop every person moving along between the lines is absolutely protected. If, though some disobedience of the law of a driver should persist on his way and a person is cut down between the lines, the party guilty of the violation will have practically no defense and will probably have to face a lawsuit for damages. The city engineering department intends to place these lines throughout most of the traffic congested districts. It is only continuation of the policy of the city officials that “life is not cheap.”

The Useful Traffic Squad

It will surprise some to learn that the money required for the protection of people from injury resulted from the traffic reaches into the thousands and the thousands of dollars more will be expended. Even at that the safeguards for the pedestrians will not be enough, and those who of studied the question believe that the time is coming when a special yearly appropriation will be made for this purpose. Until a decade or so ago this city had practically no traffic squad. Indeed when the idea was first breached the proposal met with more or less derision, and those who were appointed to this special work were referred to as members of “the beauty squad.” Baltimoreans have ceased to laugh at that squad. They know the work its members have done in saving aged men and women and children from death in those streets were “big business” and unmindful pleasure hustled and bustle along apparently careless of the rights of others. There are in the city today 39 members of the traffic squad, including three mounted policeman. Of sergeants Barry, and Zimmerman, with deputy Marshal house as the directing head. These men are stationed at all of the principal traffic corners downtown or at what some call the “automobile death traps”. These “traps” are at North and Charles streets, St. Paul and Chase streets and St. Paul Street and Mount Royal Avenue. These patrolman work from 7 o’clock in the morning until 7 o’clock at night. One half of the squad works on Saturday night from seven to 11 o’clock. The officers are not kept on duty on Sundays, except the one man who was stationed at Charles Street and North Avenue. This assignment is taken in turn, which means that each member of the squad has to work approximately one Sunday in every 39.

Many Warning Signs

More policeman for this work are needed and needed badly, officials say, but as there is no money appropriated the next best step is taken. Signs have been printed warning automobiles and others what they must do in order to conform to the traffic laws. Signs are fixed at dangerous places where it is impossible, because of lack of numbers, to station a patrolman. The signs cost eight dollars apiece, but they last many years. The patrolman must be paid $20 a week. Therefore, the signs are much more economical, though perhaps not so powerful in the way of restraint as the policeman. To further the “safety first” Crusade, the officials of the United railways have placed posters in the trolley cars requesting passengers not only to be careful while getting on or off the cars, but also warning them of the need of being watchful while crossing or walking in the street. The automobile club of Marilyn now keeps on the streets and automobile caring large signs on its side warning pedestrians of the necessity of watching out for automobiles and other vehicles. This is sent out the only through the city, the automobile thus constituting a running lesson of advice.

Moving – Picture Lessons

Deputy Marshal House, who is intensely interested in the “safety first” movement, is greatly pleased with the results that have followed one method of campaigning in this matter. There are 200 moving picture houses in Baltimore. In these houses at least once a week warnings tell of the dangers that are to be met with in the city from moving vehicles. They urge the readers to “stop, look and listen” before attempting to cross a street. They tell children of the dangers of stealing rides on the back a wagons, cars, etc. And these lessons produce an impression. The police are always on the lookout to detect those who violate the traffic laws. In stables all over town the traffic rules are posted. Thousands of little pamphlets, published at the city’s expense, containing the traffic rules and the penalties for violating them have been issued to chauffeurs, automobile owners and drivers. In the case of minor violations of the law by drivers of wagons, the rule that is generally followed is to take the name of the driver, if it is his first defense, and the name of his employer. The employer is then notified that his employee as disregarded the law and he is asked to advise his men not to repeat the offense. If the offense is committed again the violators arrested and fined.

To “Park” Vehicles

Deputy Marshal House is striving to get the owners of the various business houses and big office buildings interested in a new plan of his. He wants them to purchase signs, to be used in front of their buildings, telling automobile list and drivers to “park” their vehicles within certain lines to be marked off in front of the buildings. This is to keep the entrances to the buildings clear. There is one good thing that the deputy marshal believes will result from such a plan, and that is the expediting of the collection of the males. Because of the congestion in front of mailboxes the post office employees have often been delayed a minute or more a box in the taking up of such mail. This means lost time and inconvenience to the businessmen and others in getting their mail. The popularity of roller-skating brought about by the increase of smooth payments has given a new problem for the police to solve. Regulations had to be made and enforced, giving the children the right to use certain streets at certain hours for their fun. Some of the too – fond skaters had to be protected against automobiles and vice versa automobile us had to be protected against heedless skaters.

May Restore the Whistles

In the downtown section the traffic police for a long time he used the whistle system in the directing of traffic. One blow of the whistle meant the movement of traffic North and South; two blasts met the movement of traffic East and West. This system was discontinued, traffic being direct it now by the waiving of the hand. Part of the present system, according to Deputy Marshal House, has proved unsatisfactory and he has brought before the board of police commissioners a proposal to bring back the whistles again. It is said that many drivers, especially Negroes, who sometimes drive along half asleep, fail to notice the wave of the officer’s hand, and much confusion has resulted. The sharp whistle keeps a man awake and alert, and wakes up the sleeping or the stupid. There are f new traffic problems arising every day as the city grows. It is a big thing, the protection of the people – a job well worth what it costs. Over in Northeast Baltimore and down in the crowded sections of East Baltimore, hundreds of people have been injured more or less seriously, and some have lost their lives because the streets were not better guarded. Especially is where need for the protection of children and elderly persons, and down there, where they never have had any officers to look after pedestrians and hold teams and motorcars in check, traffic police are needed. It’s a big problem, one that Baltimore has handled pretty well, with its limited force, in the past few years, but it’s planning to manage by a better and more comprehensive system in the future.

 

 

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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.

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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

 

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