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THE POLICE 
BLUE BOOK 



1939-40 



A DIRECTORY OF NATIONAL, STATE AND PROVINCIAL, 
COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL POLICE AND OTHER CRIM- 
INAL JUSTICE AGENCIES AND THEIR EXECUTIVE PER- 
SONNEL IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND 
PRINCIPAL FOREIGN COUNTRIES 






INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIOt<[ 
OF CHIEFS OF POLICE 



Copyright, 1939 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION 
or CHIEFS OF POLICE 



Published with the Assistance of 
Public AdmirAstration Service 



PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 



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FOREWORD 

AW enforcement executives have long expressed the need for a 
reference book giving the names and titles of law enforcement 
officials of other jurisdictions, with whom they need to communicate 
in the conduct of their business. 

During recent years, as crime has taken on complex, interstate 
characteristics, coordination of police and other law enforcement 
efTorts has become imperative. The exchange of information and 
the maintenance of communication with other agencies are im- 
portant features of the daily operation of any law enforcement 
agency — city, county, state, provincial, or national. 

As a result of the suggestion that the International Association of 

Chiefs of Police compile and publish an authoritative directory of 

law enforcement agencies and officials, the members were canvassed 

7'- to determine their wishes in the matter. Response was virtually 

/ unanimous that the Association should publish such a directory and 

G^ that their respective departments would purchase and use copies 

to in their daily work. This Blue Book is the result. 

Great pains have been taken to obtain accuracy. Thousands of 
letters and questionnaires have been sent out. It is obvious, how- 
^ ever, that with changes made almost every day in the status of police 
officials, a few inaccuracies will be found. Moreover, it has been 
impossible to secure data from a few jurisdictions. 
--' The International Association of Chiefs of Police plans to keep 

^ the directory up to date, and will be glad to receive information 
~~ concerning changes of status that should be made. The Police 
'^ Chiefs' News Letter will carry notices of new appointments of police 
psl executives, so that individual police departments can make correc- 
tions monthly in their copies of the Blue Book. When the changes 
have reached sufficient volume, the preparation of a new edition of 
the directory will be given consideration. 

William P. Rutledge, Executive Vice President 
International Association of Chiefs of Police 



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CONTENTS 

U. S. LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND OFFICIALS 

PAGE 

Department of Agriculture 1 

Forest Service ^ 

Department of the Interior 1 

National Park Service 1 

Department of Justice 2 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 2 

Federal Bureau of Prisons ^ 

Federal Board of Parole ^ 

Department of Labor '* 

Immigration and Naturalization Service 4 

Immigration Border Patrol 4 

Post Office Department ^ 

Post OlSce Inspection Service 6 

Treasury Department ^ 

Bureau of Customs " 

Division of Investigations and Patrol 6 

U. S. Customs Patrol ' 

Bureau of Internal Revenue ^ 

Alcohol Tax Unit " 8 

Intelligence Unit ° 

Bureau of Narcotics ^ 

Coast Guard ^ 

Federal Alcohol Administration lO 



Secret Service Division. 



10 



STATE, COUNTY, AND CITY OFFICLALS 

PAGE PAGE PAGE 

Alabama State 13 County 13 City 15 

Arizona State 16 County 17 City 17 

Arkansas State 18 County 18 City 20 

California State 21 County 22 City 23 

Colorado State 29 County 30 City 31 

Connecticut State 32 County 2>3 City 33 

Delaware State 36 County 37 City 37 

District of Columbia ^' 

Florida State 37 County 38 City 39 

Georgia State 41 County 41 City 44 

Idaho State 46 County 46 City 4/ 

Illinois State 48 County 48 City 50 

Indiana State 57 County 57 City 59 

Iowa State 63 County 63 City 65 

Kansas State 67 County 68 City 70 

Kentucky State 72 County 72 City 75 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

. 77 
. 79 
. 82 
. 83 
. 92 
. 99 
.103 
.106 



Louisiana State. . . 

Maine State. . . 

Maryland State. . . 

Massachusetts State. . . 

Michigan State. . . 

Minnesota State. . . 

Mississippi State. . . 

Missouri State. . . 

Montana State 110 

Nebraska State 113 

Nevada State 116 

New Hampshire State 117 

New Jersey State 119 

New Mexico State 126 

New York State 128 

North Carolina State 137 

North Dakota State 141 

Ohio State 144 

Oklahoma State 152 

Oregon State 157 

Pennsylvania State 159 

Rhode Island State 171 

South Carolina State 173 

South Dakota State 175 

Tennessee State 178 

Texas State 181 

Utah State 192 

Vermont State 193 

Virginia State 195 

Washington State 199 

West Virginia State 202 

Wisconsin State 204 

Wyoming State 209 



County 77 City 78 

County 80 City 80 

County 82 City 83 

County 84 City 84 

County 92 City 94 

County 99 City 101 

County 103 City 105 

County 106 City 108 

County Ill City 112 

County 113 City 115 

County 116 City 117 

County 117 City 118 

County 119 City 120 

County 127 City 128 

County 129 City 130 

County 137 City 139 

County 142 City 143 

County 144 City 146 

County 153 City 154 

County 157 City 158 

County 159 City 161 

County 171 City 171 

County 173 City 174 

County 176 City 177 

County 178 City 180 

County 182 City 187 

County 192 City 193 

County 194 City 194 

County 195 City 197 

County 199 City 200 

County 202 City 203 

County 205 City 206 

County 210 City 210 



TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATES 

Division of Territories and Island Possessions 



211 



Alaska 211 

American Samoa 211 

Guam 212 

Hawaii 212 



Panama Canal Zone . 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands 



213 
213 
,213 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



Department of Justice 

Penitentiaries Branch 

Department of Mines and Resources 

Bureau of Northwest Territories and Yukon Affairs. 

National Parks Bureau 

Dominion Forest Service 

Immigration Branch 



.215 
.215 
.215 
.215 
.215 
.215 
,215 



CONTENTS 



Department of National Revenue 216 

Customs-Excise Divisions 216 

Post Office Department 216 

District Directors of Postal Services 216 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police 216 

Divisions of R. C. M. P 217 

Provincial, County and District, and City Officials 218 



Alberta 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. . 

Quebec 

Saskatchewan 

Yukon Territory 

Northwest Territories . 



Provincial. .218 
Provincial. .218 
Provincial. .219 
Provincial. .220 
Provincial 
Provincial 
Provincial 
Provincial 
Provincial 



.221 

.222 
.225 
.225 
.226 



County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 
County 



or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 
or Dist. 



.218 
.219 
.220 
.220 
.221 
.222 
.225 
.225 
.227 



City.. 218 
City.. 219 
City.. 220 
City.. 221 
City.. 221 
City. .223 
City. .225 
City. .226 
City.. 227 

227 

228 



OTHER FOREIGN COUNTRIES 



PAGE 

Afghanistan 229 

Arabia 229 

Argentina 229 

Belgium 229 

Bolivia 229 

Brazil 230 

British Empire 230 

United Kingdom 230 

Home Office 230 

Scottish Office 230 

Prison Commission 230 

Convict Prisons 230 

Local Prisons 231 

Borstal Institutions 231 

Prisons Department for Scotland. 231 

County Chief Constables 232 

England 232 

Wales 233 

Scotland 233 

Metropolitan Police District 

(New Scotland Yard) 234 

Chief Constables of Cities and 

Boroughs 234 

England 234 

Wales 236 

Scotland 236 



Northern Ireland 237 

Royal Ulster Constabulary 237 

Chief Constables of Counties. . . .237 
Chief Constables of Cities 237 

Dominions, Colonies, Dependencies, 
AND Mandated Territories 237 

Africa 237 

Africa, East 237 

Africa, South 238 

Africa, West 238 

African Mandated Territories. . . .238 

America 238 

Eastern 238 

Indian Empire 238 

Iraq 239 

Mediterranean 239 

Oceania 239 

Palestine 239 

West Indies 239 

Unfederated Malay States 240 

Bulgaria 240 

Chile 240 

China 240 

Colombia 240 

Costarica 240 



CONTENTS 



Cuba 240 

Denmark and Greenland 240 

Dominica 241 

Ecuador and Galapagos Islands . . . 241 

Egypt 241 

Eire (Irish Free State) 241 

Estonia 242 

Finland 242 

France and Its Possessions 242 

Germany 242 

Greece 243 

Guatemala \ 243 

Haiti 243 

Honduras 243 

Hungary 243 

Italy and Its Possessions 244 

Japan 244 

Latvia 244 

Lithuania 244 

Mexico 244 

Monaco 245 

Netherlands 245 



Nicaragua 245 

Norway 245 

Panama 245 

Paraguay 245 

Persia 246 

Peru 246 

Philippine Islands 246 

Poland 246 

Portugal 246 

Rumania 246 

Salvador 246 

San Marino 246 

SiAM 247 

Spain 247 

Sweden 247 

Switzerland 247 

Turkey 247 

Uruguay 247 

U. S. S. R. (Russia) 247 

Venezuela 247 

Yugoslavia 247 



Commercial Announcements between pages 120 and 121 



U. S. Law Enforcement Agencies 

Washington, D, C. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Administration Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace 

Forest Service 

Chief F. A. Silcox 

Associate Chief Earle H. Clapp 

FIELD OFFICES 

City and State Address Region Regional Forester 

Albuquerque, N. M Post Office Bldg. Southwestern F. C. W. Pooler 

Atlanta, Ga Glenn Bldg. Southern J. C. Kircher 

Denver, Colo Post Office Bldg. Rocky Mountain Allen S. Peck 

Milwaukee, Wis Plankington Bldg. North Central Jay H. Price 

Missoula, Mont Federal Bldg. Northern Evan W. Kelley 

Ogden, Utah Forest Service Bldg. Intermountain C. N. Woods 

Portland, Ore Post Office Bldg. North Pacific Lyle F. Watts 

San Francisco, Calif 760 Market St. California S. B. Show 

Washington, D. C Victor Bldg. Eastern R.M.Evans 

Juneau, Alaska Fed. & Territ. Bldg. Alaska B. F. Heintzleman 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Interior Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes 



National Park Service 
Interior Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

Director Arno B. Cammerer 

Associate Director A. E. Demaray 

Superintendent, National Capital Parks C. Marshall Finan 

Acting Chief of Operations J. R. White 



FIELD OFFICES 

Region Address 

1 811 Grace Securities Bldg., Richmond, Va. 

II 300 Keeline Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 

Ill National Park Ser\nce, Santa Fe, N. M. 

IV 601 Sheldon Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 

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Regional Director 
Miner R. Tillotson 
Thos. J. Allen, Jr. 
Hillor>' A. Tolson 
Frank A. Kittredge 



Federal Agencies 



THE POLICE 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Department of Justice Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
Attorney General Frank J. Murphy 



Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Dept. of Justice Bldg. 

Director J. Edgar Hoover 

Assistant to the Director Clyde A. Tolson 

Assistant Director Harold Nathan 

Assistant Director Edward A. Tamm 

Assistant Director Hugh H. Clegg 

FIELD DIVISIONS ' 

State City Building Address 

Alabama Birmingham 320 Federal 

Arkansas Little Rock 500 Rector 

Cahfomia Los Angeles 810 South Spring 

California San Francisco One Eleven Sutter 

Colorado Denver 518 Railway Exchange 

District of Columbia. . . Washington 2266 Department of Justice 

Florida Miami 1300 Biscayne 

Georgia Atlanta 501 Healey 

Illinois Chicago 1900 Bankers' 

lUinois Springfield 1107 Illinois 

Indiana Indianapolis 323 Federal 

Iowa Des Moines 739 Insurance Exchange 

Kentucky Louisville 633 Federal 

Louisiana New Orleans 1308 Masonic Temple 

Massachusetts Boston 10 Post Office Square 

Michigan Detroit 911 Federal 

Minnesota St. Paul 404 New York 

Missouri Kansas City 1612 Federal Reserve Bank 

Missouri St. Louis 423 U. S. Court House and Custom 

House 

Montana Butte 302 Federal 

Nebraska Omaha 629 First National Bank 

New York Buffalo • 400 U. S. Court House 

New York New York 607 U. S. Court House, Foley Square 

New Jersey Newark 936 Raymond-Commerce 

North Carolma Charlotte 914 Johnston 

Ohio Cincinnati 1130 Enquirer 

Ohio Cleveland 1148 Standard 

Oklahoma Oklahoma City 940 First National 

Oregon Portland 411 U. S. Court House 

Pennsylvania Philadelphia 1300 Liberty Trust 

Pennsylvania Pittsburgh 620 New Federal 

South Dakota Aberdeen 310 Federal 

Tennessee Knoxville 407 Hamilton National Bank 

Tennessee Memphis 2401 Sterick 

Texas Dallas 1206 Tower Petroleum 

Texas El Paso 202 U. S. Court House 

Texas San Antonio 478 Federal 

^ Address communications to Special Agt.-in-Chg. 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Federal Agencies 



State City 

Utah Salt Lake City 

Virginia Richmond 

Washington Seattle 

West Virginia Huntington 

Wisconsin INIilwauliee 

Alaska Juneau 

Hawaii Honolulu 

Puerto Rico San Juan 



Building Address 

301 Continental Bank 
601 Richmond Trust 
800 Joseph \'ance 
700 West Virginia 
1021 Bankers' 

515 Federal and Territorial 
Federal Building 
204 Federal Building 



Federal Bureau of Prisons 
Dept. of Justice Bldg. 

Director James V. Bennett 

Assistant Director W. T. Hammack 

Executive Assistant to the Director Nina Kinsella 

Chief of Probation and Parole Dr. F. L. Bixby 

Supervisor of Probation Richard A. Chappell 

Supervisor of Parole Myrl E. Alexander 

Supervisor of Classification Frank Loveland 

Supervisor of Education Dr- Benj. Frank 

Supervisor of Prison Camps Robt. H. Armstrong 

Medical Director Dr. J. K. Miller 

Statistician Bennet Mead 

Chief Accountant J- E. Overlade 

Federal Board of Parole 

Chairman Arthur D. Wood 

Member of the Board Edw. P. Reidy 

Member of the Board T. Webber Wilson 

Federal Penal and Correctional Institutions 

U. S. Penitentiary (Alcatraz Is., Calif.) J. A. Johnston, Warden 

U. S. Penitentiary (Atlanta, Ga.) J. W' . Sanford, II arden 

U. S. Penitentiary (Leavenworth, Kans.) R. H. Hudspeth, Warden 

U. S. Penitentiary (Ft. Leavenworth, Kans.) A. C. Aderhold, Warden 

U. S. Penitentiary (McNeil Is., Wash.) E. B. Swope, Warden 

U. 8. Penitentiary (Lewisburg, Pa.) Henr>- C. Hill, Warden 

Federal Reformator>' (Chillicothe, Ohio) W. H. Hiatt, Warden 

Federal Reformatory (El Reno, Okla.) H. L. Merry, Warden 

Federal Reformatory (Petersburg, Va.) CO. Nicholson, Warden 

Federal Reformatory for Women (Alderson, West \'a.) Dr. IVIary Harris, Warden 

Federal Correctional Institution (La Tuna, Tex.) T. B. White, Warden 

Federal Correctional Institution (Terminal Is., Los Angeles, 

Calif.) E. J. Lloyd, Warden 

Federal Correctional Institution (Milan, Mich.) J. J. Ryan, Warden 

Federal Correctional Institution (Sandstone, Minn.) Geo. W. Humphrey, II arden 

Federal Correctional Institution (Tallahassee, Fla.) Alfred Ogram, Warden 

Federal Detention Headquarters (New York, N. Y.) E. M. Gerlach, Warden 

Federal Detention Headquarters (New Orleans, La.) K. T. Pietrzak, Warden 

Federal Prison Camp (Dupont, Wash.) T. J. Brock, Ass't Siipt. 

Federal Prison Camp (Kooskia, Ida.) D. A. Remer, Supt. 

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Federal Agencies TH E POLICE 

Federal Prison Camp (Mill Point, West Va.) R. O. Culver, Supt. 

Federal Prison Camp (Montgomery, Ala.) J. B. Gaffney, Supt. 

Federal Prison Camp (Tucson, Ariz.) C. T. Gladden, Supt. 

Medical Center for Federal Prisoners (Springfield, Mo.) Dr. M. R. King, Warden 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Dept. of Labor Bldg., Washington, D. C. 
Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins 

Immigration and Naturalization Service 

Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization Jas. L. Hough teling 

Immigration Border Patrol 

District No. 1 

District Director (45 Kingman St., St. Albans, Vt.) Harry R. Landis 

District Superv'r (45 Kingman St., St. Albans, Vt.) L. A. Bonazzi 

Derby Line, Vt. (Customs-Immig. Lisp. Bldg.) Chief Patrol Insp. A. H. Fuller 

Houlton, Me. (Bangor St.) Chief Patrol Insp. G. A. Dole 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. (Federal Bldg.) Chief Patrol Insp. D. J. Benjamin 

Rouses Point, N. Y. (Customs-Immig. Insp. Bldg.) . . Chief Patrol Insp. A. H. Jarvis 

District No. 2 

District Director (287 Marginal St., East Boston, Mass.) Samuel H. Howes 

District No. 3 

District Director (Immigration Station, Ellis Is., New York Harbor) Byron H. Uhl 

District No. 4 

District Director (Immigration Station, Gloucester City, N. J.) James L. Hughes 

District No. 5 

District Director (Post Office and Federal Court Bldg., Baltimore, Md.) . . . A. R. Archibald 

District No. 6 

District Director (U. S. Courthouse & P. O. Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.) \Vm. \V. Eyster 

District Superv'r (U. S. Courthouse & P. 0. Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.) C. C. Courtney 

Miami, Fla. (108 N. E. 39th St.) Chief Patrol Insp. (Vacancy) 

Tampa, Fla. (2705 9th St.) '. Chief Patrol Insp. Frank Hornyak 

District No. 7 

District Director (112 Courthouse Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.) Arthur J. Karnuth 

Buffalo, N. Y. (Foot of Hertel Ave.) Chief Patrol Insp. R. H. Holton 

District No. 8 

District Director (3770 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.) John L. Zurbrick 

District Superv'r (3770 E. Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich.) R. E. Davenport 

Detroit, Mich. (3770 E. Jefferson Ave.) Chief Patrol Insp. S. W. Zaremba 

Marine City, Mich. (668 S. Water St.) Chief Patrol Insp. H. C. Blakemore 

District No. 9 

District Director (U. S. Courthouse & P. O. Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio) W. A. Carmichael 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 Federal Agencies 

District No. 10 

District Director (New Tost Office Bldg., Chicago, 111.) F. J. Schlotfeldt 

District No. 11 

District Director (Pickwick Office Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.) Geo. J. Harris 

District No. 12 

District Director (333 St. Charles St., New Orleans, La.) Eugene Kessler 

District No. 13 

District Director (New Post Office Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.) Olaf B. Holton 

District Supcrv'r (Customs House & P. O., Pembina, N. D.) W. R. Alford 

District No. 14 

District Director (U. S. Courthouse & P. O. Bldg., San Antonio, Tex.) Wm. A. Whalen 

District Supcrv'r (U. S. Courthouse & P. O. Bldg., San Antonio, Tex.) .... (Vacancy) 

Del Rio, Tex. (201 East 2nd St.) Chief Patrol Imp. A. S. Hudson 

Laredo, Tex. (Poggenpohl St.) Chief Patrol Insp. H. P. Brady 

McAUen, Tex. (South Main St.) Chief Patrol Insp. F. L. Rawls 

District No. 15 

District Director (Columbia Bldg., Spokane, Wash.) W. F. Watkins 

Bonners Ferry, Ida. (Post Office Bldg.) Chief Patrol Insp. E. R. Holtzclaw 

Havre, Mont. (Post Office Bldg.) Chief Patrol Insp. P. R. McLaughlin 

District No. 16 

District Director (U. S. Post Office Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah) Matthew F. Lence 

District No. 17 

District Director (U. S. Court House, El Paso, Tex.) Grover C. Wilmoth 

District Supcrv'r (U. S. Court House, El Paso, Tex.) E. E. Adcock 

Alpine, Tex Chief Patrol Insp. G. J. McBee 

El Paso, Tex. (Camp Chigas) Chief Patrol Insp. H. G. Horsley 

Tucson, Ariz. (850 South 9th Ave.) Chief Patrol Insp. Earl Fallis 

District No. 18 

District Director (Immigrant & Assay Office Bldg., Seattle, Wash.) Raphael P. Bonhas 

Lynden, Wash Chief Patrol Insp. C. E. Moore 

District No. 19 

District Director (Immigration Station, Angel Is., San Francisco, Cal.) . . . .Edw. L. Haff 

District No. 20 

District Director (1307 Post Office Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.) Walter E. Carr 

District Superv'r (1307 Post Office Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.) Walter F. Miller 

Chula Vista, Cal. (Twin Oaks Ave.) Chief Patrol Insp. J. Van Orshoven 

El Centro, Cal. (326 Imperial Ave.) Chief Patrol Insp. R. H. Wells 

District No. 21 

District Director (Post Office Bldg., San Juan, Puerto Rico) John H. Glover 

District No. 22 

District Director (Immigration Station, Honolulu, Hawaii) Wm. G. Strench 

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Federal Agencies 



THE POLICE 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

New Post Office Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

Postmaster General James A. Farley 



Post Office Inspection Service 



Chief Inspector 

Assistant Chief Inspector. 



. Kildroy P. Alclrich 
.Joseph F. Gartland 



FIELD DIVISIONS 



Division 



Address 

Atlanta, Ga Post Office Bldg 

Boston, Mass Post Office Bldg 

Chattanooga, Tenn Post Office Bldg 

Chicago, 111 Post Office Bldg 

Cincinnati, O Post Office Bldg 

Denver, Colo Post Office Bldg 

Ft. Worth, Tex Post Office Bldg 

Kansas City, Mo Post Office Bldg 

New York, N. Y Post Office Bldg 

Philadelphia, Pa Post Office Bldg 

St. Louis, Mo Post Office Bldg 

St. Paul, Minn Post Office Bldg 

San Francisco, Calif Post Office Bldg 

Seattle, Wash Post Office Bldg 

Washington, D. C Post Office Bldg 



Inspector-in-Charge 

Madison H. Ackerman 
John J. Breslin 
Walter B. Wooten 
Archie A. Imus 
Wallace R. Briggs 
Chas. T. Hansen 
F. L. Clampitt 
Emmet O. Hallock 
James J. Doran 
John W. Johnston 
William L. Noah 
Maurice I. Ryan 
C. W. Pfaffenberger 
Charles E. Caine 
Wm. J. Satterfield 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Treasury Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr. 

Assistant Secretary in Charge of Customs Stephen B. Gibbons 

Bureau of Customs 

Wilkins Bldg. 
Commissioner of Customs James H. Moyle 

Division of Investigations and Patrol 

902 Wilkins Bldg. 

Deputy Commissioner of Customs Thos. J. Gorman 

CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE 

Baltimore, Md 401 Customs House Supcrv^g Customs Agt., F". R. Proctor 

Boston, Mass 1707 Customs House Supcrv'g Customs Agt., J. J. Flynn 

Buffalo, N-. Y 318 Federal Bldg. Customs Agt.-in-Chg., J. H. Page 

Chicago, 111 818 Post Office Bldg. Supcrv'g Customs Agt., W. H. Tidwell 

Detroit, Mich 303 Customs House Supcrv'g Customs Agt., C. E. Wyatt 

El Paso, Tex U. S. Court House Customs Agt.-in-Chg., D. S. Conner 

Havre, Mont Federal Bldg. Customs Agt.-in-Chg., H. A. Roberts 

Houston, Tex New Fed. Office Bldg. Supcrv'g Customs Agt., H. S. Creighton 

Jacksonville, Fla New Federal Bldg. Supcrv'g Customs Agt., E. A. Gleason 

Laredo, Tex 209 Federal Bldg. Customs Agt.-in-Chg., A. R. Sellers 

Los Angeles, Calif H. W. Hellman Bldg. Customs Agt.-in-Chg., C. A. Emerick 

Miami, Fla Federal Bldg. Customs Agt.-in-Chg., F. E. Russell 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Federal Agencies 



New Orleans, La 322 Customs House 

New York, N. Y Federal Office Bldg. 

Nogales, Ariz Immig.-Inspection Bldg. 

Norfolk, Va Customs House 

Ogdensburg, N. Y Post Office Bldg. 

Pembina, N. D 

Philadelphia, Pa 201 Customs House 

Portland, Me 15 Customs House 

Portland, Ore 102 Customs House 

St. Albans, Vt P. O. & Court House Bldg. 

St. Paul, Minn P. 0. & Court House Bldg. 

San Diego, Calif 405 Customs House 

San Francisco, Calif 315 Customs House 

Savannah, Ga 210 Customs House 

Seattle, Wash Federal Office Bldg. 

Tampa, Fla 218 Federal Bldg. 

Honolulu, T. H Dillingham-Trans. Bldg. 

Montreal, Que 811 Castle Bldg. 

San Juan, Puerto Rico. . .4 Customs House 



Customs Agt.-in-Chg., W. J. Harmon 
Superv'g Customs Agt., J. \V. Roberts 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., L. E. Griset 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., J. B. Boone 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., F. D. Henry 
Customs Agt., A. T. Ellis 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., D. W. McFarlane 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., H. R. Gillis 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., H. C. Lende 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., A. A. McPhetres 
Superv'g Customs Agt., J. B. Morgan 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., Wm. Palmer 
Superv'g Customs Agt., F. H. Gardner 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., ]. E. Wallace 
Superv'g Customs Agt., J. L. Green 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., U. C. Zelufif 

Customs Agt.-in-Chg., Grady Avant 
U. S. Treasury Attache, E. J. Lewis 
Customs Agt.-in-Chg., H. E. Moore 



U. S. CUSTOMS PATROL 

Northeast Patrol District, U. S. Customs Patrol 

District Superintendent (322 Post Office Bldg., Buffalo, N. Y.) 

Bangor, Maine Federal Bldg. Co. A 

Buffalo, New York American Radiator Bldg. Co. D 

Detroit, Michigan Detroit-Edison Bldg. Co. E 

Ogdensburg, New York Hannan Bldg. Co. C 

St. Albans, Vermont Customs House Co. B 



John J. Mullen 



Capt. L. J. Perrs^ 
Capt. M. M. Tucker 
Capt. D. A. Lindsay 
Capt. A. R. Denner 
Capt. J. A. O'Rourke 



Southeast Patrol District, U. S. Customs Patrol 

District Superintendent (Federal Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.) 

Jacksonville, Florida 520 E. Forsyth St. Co. A 

Miami, Florida 1000 N. W. North River Co. B 

New Orleans, Louisiana Customs House Co. D 

Tampa, Florida Appraisers Stores Bldg. Co. C 



. G. C. O'Donoghue 



Capt. S. S. Sparkman 
Capt. P. W. Zazzali 
Capt. C. C. McConnell 
Capt. C. A. Barnd 



Northwest Patrol District, U. S. Customs Patrol 

District Superintendent (201 Federal Bldg., Havre, Mont.), 

Havre, Montana 206 First St. 

Noyes, Minnesota 

Portland, Oregon Customs House 

Seattle, Washington Federal Office Bldg. 



, Phil G. Eraser 



Co. B Capt. J. H. Danens 

Co. A Capt. P. L. Goheen 

Co. D Capt. C. R. Marshall 

Co. C Capt. Anthony Cozza 



Southwest Patrol District, U. S. Customs Patrol 

District Superintendent (Old County Road, El Paso, Tex.) 



. Grover C. Webb 



El Paso, Texas Old County Road 

Houston, Texas Federal Office Bldg. 

Laredo, Texas 2002 Guadalupe St. 

Nogales, Arizona 101 Grand Ave. 

San Pedro, California Post Office Bldg. 

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Co. C Capt. R. M. Wadsworth 

Co. A Capt. P. M. Caldwell 

Co. B Capt. C. B. Smith 

Co. D Capt. F. E. Edwards 

Co. E Capt. V. E. Williams 



Federal Agencies 



THE POLICE 



Bureau of Internal Revenue 

Internal Revenue Blclg. 
Commissioner Guy T. Helvering 



Alcohol Tax Unit 
3601 Internal Revenue Bldg. 



Deputy Commissioner . 
Enjor cement Assistant. 



. Stewart Berkshire 
, Dwight E. Avis 



FIELD OFFICES 

City Address 

Atlanta, Ga 10 Forsyth St. 

Baltimore, Md Federal Bldg. 

Boston, Mass Federal Bldg. 

Chicago, 111 Federal Bldg. 

Denver, Colo Federal Bldg. 

Detroit, Mich Federal Bldg. 

Kansas City, Mo Federal Bldg. 

Louisville, Ky Federal Bldg. 

Newark, N.J Federal Bldg. 

New Orleans, La Pere Marquette Bldg. 

New York, N. Y Federal Bldg. 

Philadelphia, Pa Federal Bldg. 

St. Paul, Minn Federal Bldg. 

San Francisco, Calif Federal Bldg. 

Seattle, Wash Federal Bldg. 



District Supervisors 
Wm. D. Hearington 
Robert E. Tuttle 
Sidney Sherwood 
E. C. Yellowley 

A. V. Anderson 
Fred W. Beltz 
John T. Burkett 
Howard B. Taylor 

B. R. Rhees 
S. N. Collier 
Wm. D. Moss 
Edw. C. Dougherty 
L. B. Connell 

Jas. H. Maloney 
Wm. R. Woods, Jr. 



Intelligence Unit 

3322 Internal Revenue Bldg. 

Chief Elmer L. Irey 

Assistant Chief Wm. H. Woolf 

Fraud Division Geo. A. Buswell 

Enforcement Training Division Harry M. Dengler 

Miscellaneous Division ' Geo. W. Ingling 



City 



FIELD OFFICES 
Address 



Atlanta, Ga Federal Bldg. 

Boston, Mass Federal Bldg. 

Chicago, 111 Federal Bldg. 

Dallas, Tex Federal Bldg. 

Denver, Colo Federal Bldg. 

Detroit, Mich Federal Bldg. 

Kansas City, Mo Mutual Bldg. 

Louisville, Ky Federal Bldg. 

New York, N. Y Federal Bldg. 

Philadelphia, Pa Gimbel Bldg. 

St. Paul, Minn Federal Bldg. 

San Francisco, Calif Federal Bldg. 

Seattle, Wash Federal Bldg. 

Washington, D. C Internal Rev. 



Bldg. 



Special Agents-in- 
Charge 

E. C. Palmer 
Clifton E. Mack 
Arthur P. Madden 
Archie D. Burford 
Wm. E. McElveen 
Albert C. Grunewald 
Charles O'B. Berry 
William M. Gray 
Hugh McQuillan 
Arthur A. Nichols 
John Glutsch 
Ralph R. Read 
Wendell H. Wasner 
John R. Cox 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 Federal Agencies 

Bureau of Narcotics 

Tower Bldg. 

Comtnissioner of Narcotics H. J. Anslinger 

Deputy Commissioner Will S. Wood 

Assistant to the Commissioner M. L. Harney 



FIELD DISTRICTS ^ 

City Address Dist. No. 

Atlanta, Ga 505 Ten Forsyth St. Bldg. 6 

Baltimore, Md 314 Post Office Bldg. 5 

Boston, Mass 1120 Post Office Bldg. 1 

Chicago, 111 817 New Post Office Bldg. 9 

Denver, Colo 100 Customs House 13 

Detroit, Mich 802 Federal Bldg. 8 

Kansas City, Mo 611 Mutual Bldg. 11 

Minneapolis, Minn 129 Federal Office Bldg. 12 

Louisville, Kv 418 Post Office Bldg. 7 

New York, N. Y 810 Federal Office Bldg. 2 

Philadelphia, Pa 804 New Customs House 3 

Houston, Tex 717 Federal Office Bldg. 10 

San Francisco, Calif 141 Federal Office Bldg. 14 

Seattle, Wash 442 Federal Office Bldg. 15 

Honolulu, Hawaii 213 Federal Bldg. 16 



Territory 

Alabama, Florida, Georgia and 
South Carolina 

Dist. of Columbia, Maryland, 
North Carolina, Virginia, and 
West Virginia 

Connecticut, Maine, Massa- 
chusetts, New liampshire, 
Rhode Island, and \'ermont 

Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin 

Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, 
Utah, and Wyoming 

Ohio and Michigan 

Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and 
Oklahoma 

Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, 
Minnesota, and South Dakota 

Kentucky and Tennessee 

New York 

Delaware, New Jersey, 
Pennsylvania 

Louisiana, Mississippi, 
Texas 

California and Nevada 

Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wash- 
ington, and Territory of 
Alaska 

Territory of Hawaii 



and 



and 



Coast Guard 

Liberty Loan Annex 

Commandant Rear Admiral Russell R. Waesche 

AssH Cofnfuandant and Chief of Operations Captain Leon C. Covell 

Inspector in Chief Captain Philip W. Lauriat 



FIELD OFFICES 
City Address Commander 

Boston, Mass Customs House Captain T. A. Shanley 

Chicago, 111 New Post Office Bldg. Captain J. L. Ahern 

Cleveland, O Rockefeller Bldg. Captain H. G. Fisher 

Jacksonville, Fla Federal Bldg. Captain C. M. Gabbett 

Los Angeles, Calif. ^ Federal Bldg. L. L. Bennett 

New Orleans, La Federal Bldg. Captain R. L. Jack 

New York, N. Y Customs House Captain R. W. Dempwolf 

1 Fifteen field districts. Address communications to District Supervisor for each district. 
^ Section of the San Francisco District. 

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Federal Agencies THE POLICE 

City Address Commander 

Norfolk, Va P. O. & Court House Bldg. Captain T. G. Crapster 

San Frakcisco, Calif Customs House Captain S. V. Parker 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.^ Lieutenant P. W. Collins 

Seattle Wash Federal Office Bldg. Captain W. H. Munter 

St Louis Mo U. S. Court House Superintendent W. G. Will 

Washington, D.C Treasury Bldg. Lieutenant F. E. Pollio 

Honolulu, Hawaii Aloha Tower G. T Finlay 

Juneau, Alaska W. K. Thompson 

San Juan, Puerto Rico Lighthouse Depot W. 1-. iowle 

Federal Alcohol Administration 

Treasury Bldg. 

Administrator >^t^°^ ^- .A^^^^^^^'^ 

Deputy Administrators J J- L. Huntington 

\H. C. Flannery 

General Counsel ?^^^^Pt^^-Jv''t''m, 

AssH General Counsel John E. O Neill 

Administrative Assistant Anthony J. Barrett 

Secret Service Division 

198 Treasury Bldg. 

Q]^l(>f Frank J. Wilson 

Assistant Chi^J Joseph E. Murphy 

FIELD OFFICES 

District No. 1—New England States 

Supervising Agent (1802 Federal Bldg., Boston, Mass.) Harry L. Barker 

New Haven, Conn Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. Wm. A. Higgins 

Providence, R. 1 407 Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. J. E. Fitzpatrick 

District No. 2— New York State and Puerto Rico 

Supervising Agent (Federal Office Bldg., New York, N. Y.) Jas. J. Maloney 

Buffalo NY U. S. Court House Agt.-in-Chg. Wm. A. Karp 

Utica, N. Y Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. Henry W. Rodney 

District No. 3— Pennsylvania 

Supervising Agent (1005 Customs House, Philadelphia, Pa.) W. A. Landvoight 

Pittsburgh Pa Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. W. H. Houghton 

Scranton, Pa Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. Geo. N. Van Fleet 

District No. 4 — Delaware and New Jersey 

Supervising Agent (493 Post Office Bldg., Newark, N. J.) Fred W. Gruber 

Camden, N. J Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. N. G. Greene 

1 Section of the Cleveland District. 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 Federal Agencies 

District No. 5 — Dist. of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia 
Supervising Agent (340 Post Office BIdg., Baltimore, Md.) Harry Cooper 

Charlotte, N. C Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. L. O. Padgett 

Richmond, Va Parcel Post Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. 11. C. Shepherd 

Washington, D. C Treasury Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. M. R. Allen 

District No. 6 — Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina 

Supervising Agent (10 Forsyth St. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.) John C. Marsh 

Birmingham, Ala Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. R. F. Perry 

Columbia, S. C U. S. Court House Agt.-in-Chg. R. M. McUavid 

Jacksonville, Fla Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. J. H. Beary 

Miami, Fla Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. H. F. Tyson 

District No. 7 — Kentucky and Tennessee 

Supervising Agent (Post Office Bldg., Louisville, Ky.) A. A. Andrews 

Memphis, Tenn Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. A. Sutterfield 

Nashville, Tenn Customs House Agt.-in-Chg. A. R. Vaughan 

District No. 8 — Michigan and Ohio 

Supervising Agent (377 Federal Bldg., Detroit, Mich.) Geo. F. Boos 

Cincinnati, 737 Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. T. A. Gallagher 

Cleveland, 418 Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. F. L. HoUiday 

Columbus, O New Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. J. E. Murphy 

Grand Rapids, Mich Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. C. J. Haubner 

Toledo, O New Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. I. I. Brought 

District No. 9 — Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin 

Supervising Agent (802 New Post Office Bldg., Chicago, 111.) T. J. Callaghan 

Indianapolis, Ind Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. G. B. Loy 

Milwaukee, Wis Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. John D. Voss 

Springfield, 111 Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. L. P. Jackson 

District No. 10 — Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas 

Supervising Agent (702 Federal Bldg., Houston, Tex.) F. V. Sorrels 

Dallas, Tex Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. L. J. Williams 

El Paso, Tex 142 Court House Agt.-in-Chg. J. L. Brownlow 

Houston, Tex Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. T. V. Ryan 

San Antonio, Tex New Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. Edw. Tyrell 

District No. 11 — Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma 

Supervising Agent (506 Irving-Pitt Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.) W. H. Davenport 

Little Rock, Ark 361 Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. B. E. Newton 

Oklahoma City, Okla Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. J. E. Osborn 

St. Louis, Mo New Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. L. A. Smugai 

District No. 12 — Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota 
Supervising Agent (102 Federal Courts Bldg., St. Paul, Minn.) Charles Mazey 

Omaha, Nebr 401 Federal Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. Russell Daniel 

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Federal Agencies T HE POLICE BLUE BOOK 1939-40 

District No. 13— Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming 

Supervising Agent (154 Customs House, Denver, Colo.) R. K. Goddard 

Albuquerque, N. M Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. E. B. Hargett 

Phoenix Ariz . . . .U. S. Court House Agt.-in-Chg. R. B. Wells 

Salt Lake City, Utah .... Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. W. A. Merrill 

District No. 14 — California, Nevada, and Haivaii 

Supervising Agent (107 Federal Office Bldg., San Francisco, Calif.) T. B. Foster 

Los Angeles, Calif New Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. A. F. Grube 

Sacramento, Calif Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. W. C. Fisk 

District No. 15— Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska 

Supervising Agent (415 Post Office Bldg., Seattle, Wash.) W. R. Jarrell 

Portland Ore U. S. Court House Agt.-in-Chg. W. S. MacSwain 

Spokane,' Wash Post Office Bldg. Agt.-in-Chg. A. N. Bechtel 



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state, County, and City Officials 



Alabama 

State Capital: Montgomery 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Frank M. Dixon (Montgomery) 

Attorney General T. S. Lawson (Montgomery) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman R. E. Albright (Mobile) 

State Department of Public Safety (Montgomery) 

Director of Public Safety T. Weller Smith 

Alabama State Highway Patrol (P. O. Box 527, Montgomery) 

Director of Public Safety and Captain Commanding T. Weller Smith 

Captain, Northern Div. (Birmingham) V. B. Gilbert 

Captain, Southern Div. (Montgomery) N. W. Kimbrough 

160 employees; 43 patrol cars; 60 motorcycles 

Drivers' License Issuance Division (Montgomery) 
Director of Division Jas. F. Brawner 

Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (Kilby Prison, 

Montgomery) 

Director Ben Brown 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

Dept. of Corrections and Institutions (Montgomery) W. E. Persons, Director 

Atmore State Prison (Atmore) S. W. Hixon, Warden 

Kilby State Prison (Montgomery) E. R. Wilson, Warden 

No. 4 State Prison (Montgomery) Joe Johnson, Warden 

Speigner State Prison (Speigner) B. R. Reeves, Warden 

Wetumpka State Prison for Women (Wetumpka) J. C. Weldon, Warden 

State Parole Board ^ 



County Agencies and Officials 



Probation Act. ^ 

Elizabeth Perry 
Mrs. Mary Moore 
Pauline Winn 



County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Autauga Prattville Allen Stewart E. Guy Rice 

Baldwin Bay Minette W. R. Stuart H. M. Hall 

Barbour f Clayton 1 R. P. Williams Crews Johnston 

\Eufaula j 

Bibb Centerville V. T. Harris N. O. Fuller 

Blount Oneonta Ed Miller P. A. Nash 

Bullock Union Springs John R. Carroll L.K.Andrews 

Butler Greenville Brooks Barganier T. W. Thagard 

Calhoun Anniston W. L. Borders H. H. Evans 

Chambers Lafayette C. H. Milford W. C. Hines 

1 State constitution amended July 11, 1939, directing Governor to establish non-political parole 
board. Appointments not announced at time Blue Book went to press. 

2 In all but Jefferson, Mobile, and Montgomery Counties the county directors of public welfare serve 
as probation officers. 

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Nell McCrary 
Mrs. V. W. Miles 
Frances Clay 
Mrs. D. Thagard 
Mrs. M. H. Klein 
Mrs. F. Jones 



Alabama — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Alabama — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Cherokee Center 

Chilton Clanton 

Choctaw Butler 

Clarke Grove Hill 

Clay Ashland 

Cleburne Heflin 

Coffee (Elba 

(Enterprise 

Colbert Tuscumbia 

Conecuh Evergreen 

Coosa Rockf ord 

Covington Andalusia 

Crenshaw Luverne 

Cullman Cullman 

Dale Ozark 

Dallas Sehna 

De Kalb Fort Payne 

Elmore Wetumpka 

Escambia Brewton 

Etowah Gadsen 

Fayette Fayette 

Franklin RusseUville 

Geneva Geneva 

Greene Eutaw 

Hale Greensboro 

Henry Abbeville 

Houston Dothan 

Jackson Scottsboro 

Jefferson Birmingham 

Lamar Vernon 

Lauderdale Florence 

Lawrence Moulton 

Lee Opelika 

Limestone Athens 

Lowndes Hayneville 

Macon Tuskegee 

Madison Huntsville 

Marengo Linden 

Marion Hamilton 

Marshall GuntersviUe 

Mobile Mobile 

Monroe Monroeville 

Montgomery .... Montgomery 

Morgan Decatur 

Perry Marion 

Pickens r Carroll ton 

Pike Troy 

Randolph Wedowee 

Russell Scale 

St. Clair Pell City 

Shelby Columbiana 

Sumter Livingston 

1 In all but Jefferson, Mobile, and 
as probation officers. 



Sheriff 

Frank Miller 
W. G. Gulp 
Robert Locke 

C. A. Waite 
Z. P. Jordan 

W. A. Prestridge 
John D. Stewart 

Otis McRight 
J. G. Moore 
J. O. Mathews 
Tom E. Head 
L. F. Horn 
J. D. Mitchell 
W. H. Faust 
J. E. Kennedy 
W. R. Smith 
Mrs. W. Austin 
Otis R. Emmons 
Henry W. Smith 
W. P. Jordon 

D. C. Nk 

W. W. Boswell 
J. A. Lee 
J. G. Kirby 
Geo. H. Gamble 
U. G. Watford 
C. F. Simmons 
Harry E. Smith 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

I. A. Keener 
G. C. Walker 
W. J. Dansby 
F. E. Poole 
W. C. Dempsey 
Pelham Merrill 
J. A. Huey 

James Tompkins 

E. C. Page, Jr. 
Henry A. Teel 

F. J. Mizelle 

B. H. Lightfoot 
H. H. Kinney 
Chas. O. Stokes 
H. F. Reese, Jr. 
I. M. Pressley 
U. G. Jones 
A. H. Elliott 
E. O. McCord 
W. W. Monroe 
W. H. Key, Jr. 
A. A. Smith 
J. L. Aldridge 
W. W. Williams 
Jack C.Ward 
W. C. Farmer 
H. C. Hays 
Geo. L. Bailes 



H. C. Smith 
E. J. Fulmer 
G. D. Byars 
W. J. Linch 
M. F. Whitt 
Robert E. Lee 
E. E. Evans 
H. C. Blakemore 
T. W. Shields 
Angus Berryhill 
E. M. Boyles 
W. H. Holcombe 
J. L. Bowden 
G. A. Mosley 
W. T. Willoughby 
J. C. Griffin 
H. G. Davis 
Ben Reeves 
Grover B. Payne 
J. Shannon Burch 
Ira Davis 
W. B. White 
H. I. Hardin 
Montgomery Counties 

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J. C. Milner 
W. A. Barnett 
James P. Miller 
H. K. Dickinson 
Geo. C. Johnson 
Joseph R. Bell 
W. C. Hare 
Jeff D. Smith 
David M. Hall 
K. V. Fite 
Mack Killcrease 
B. Chamberlain 
M. R. Sowell 
R. G. Arrington 
Newton B. Powell 
Frank Gordon 
John T. Eubanks 
James Giddens 
H. T. Burns 
Archie Ferrell 
W. A. Weaver 
P. O. Luck 
J. A. Mitchell 
the county directors 



Probation Agt.i 

Ethel Morrison 
Nolan Meroney 
Judith Wilson 
Minnie May Pugh 
Mrs. Trudy King 
Voncile Henley 
Mrs. K. EUis 

Mrs. W. O. Reed 
Mrs. Mamie Taylor 
Josie Walker 
Mrs. Dell Hart 
Winnie M. Toomer 
Josephine Puckett 
Mildred Locke 
Winston Lamar 
Lummie Siniard 
W. S. Clifton 
Mrs. B. Hagood 
Clara Durham 
Bennie Walton 
Mrs. Eliz. Kindig 
Virginia Moore 
Mrs. John Roan 
Mrs. Mary Whatley 
Mrs. J. Nichols 
Mrs. S. M. Collins 
Mrs. F. Gunter 
[L. E. Jenkins 

Mrs. H. 
[ VandeVoort 
Bess Savage 
Roger Hall 
Mrs. OUie Cobb 
Mildred Moore 
Frances Woodroof 
Mrs. W. Gingles 
Mildred Beale 
J. B. Hill 
Mrs. E. Mashburn 
Mrs. Gussie Yeats 
May I. McCord 
Ruth CaUan 
Lillian Sawyer 
Mrs. Earl Adams 
Mrs. L. M. Kelley 
Mary Ethel Bains 
Helen Stacy 
Mrs. H. Thigpen 
Winnie McNorton 
Frances Gassman 
Erin Davis 

Mrs. M. Walburn 

Mrs. S. H. Stinson 

of public welfare serve 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Alabama 



County Co. Seat 

Talladega Talladega 

Tallapoosa Dadeville 

Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 

Walker Jasper 

Washington Chatom 

Wilcox Camden 

Winston Double Springs 



Alabama — Counties of 

Snr.RiFF Co. Pros. Atty. 



George W. Burke 
L. E. Sellers 
J. Foster King 
Powell Hamner 
L. L. Armstrong 
P. C. Jenkins 
Wm. M. Bonds 



G. T. Welch 
Sam W. Oliver 
Jas. A. McCoUum 
M. E. Nettles 
W. G. Lindsey 
Joe M. Bonner 
Roy Mayhall 



Probation Act.' 

Ruth Hamner 
Mrs. Lovis Nolan 
Mrs. F. Jaudon 
A. H. McDanal 
Alberta Austin 
Mrs. E. Goodwin 
Mrs. Roy Young 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alabama City (Etowah Co.) Pop. 8,544 

(See Gadsden, Alabama) 
Andalusia (Covington Co.) Pop. 5,154 

Chief of Police S. S. Dorrough 

Municipal Attorney George S. Whaley 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Anniston (Calhoun Co.) Pop. 22,345 

Chief of Police J. L. Peek 

Captain of Police Geo. IVIontgomery 

Head, Identif. Div A. L. Blackman 

Municipal Attorney Hugh Merrell, Jr. 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Bessemer (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 20,721 

Chief of Police Cephus Ross 

Municipal Attorney H. H. SuUinger 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Birmingham (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 259,678 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Eugene Connor 

Chief of Police ' T. A. Riley 

Chief of Detectives E. L. Hollums 

Head, Policeivomen Mrs. C. Williams 

Head, Traffic Div A. M. Ellis 

Dir., Police Training. . . .E. A. Lyons 

Head, Identif. Div E. W. Jackson 

Head, Records Div C. N. Kicker 

Municipal Attorney Ralph E. Parker 

Probation Officer Bob Hinkle 

257 employees; 12 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 20 special cars 

Decatur (Morgan Co.) Pop. 15,593 

Chief of Police W. P. Moore 

Assistant Chief J. B. Whitmire 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Peach & Caddeil 
11 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Eufaula (Barbour Co.) Pop. 5,208 

Chief of Police H. L. McCullohs 

Assistant Chief Seth Speight 

1 In all but Jefferson, Mobile, and Montgomery Counties the county directors of public welfare serve 
as probation officers. 

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Municipal Attorney L. J. Clayton 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Fairfield (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 11,059 

Chief of Police E. L. Allman 

Municipal Attorney G. P. Benton 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Florence (Lauderdale Co.) Pop. 11,729 

Chief of Police Fred Reeves 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Mitchell 

8 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Gadsden (Etowah Co.) Pop. 24,042 

Chief of Police S. L. O'Bannion 

Assistant Chief George D. Harris 

Chief of Detectives Fay Boman 

Head, Crime Preven E. L. Yeats 

Head, Traffic Div Ben Stewart 

Head, Identif. Div E. L. Yeats 

Head, Records Div H. C. Thomas 

Municipal Attorney A. M. Rains 

Probation Officer Mrs. E. Standifer 

37 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Homewood (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 6,103 

Chief of Police W. O. Haynes 

Municipal Attorney John T. Batten 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Huntsville (Madison Co.) Pop. 11,554 

Chief of Police J. H. Giles 



Head, Identif. Div 
Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney . 



. T. L. Blakemore 
. C. H. Phillips 
. M. H. Lanier 



3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Jasper (Walker Co.) 



5,313 



Pop 

Chief of Police B. B. Speed 

Assistant Chief C. A. Sherer 

Municipal Attorney Charles E. Tweedy 

26 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Arizona — State 



THE POLICE 



Alabama — Cities of 

Lanett (Chambers Co.) Pop. 5,204 Municipal AUoniey Roy L. Smith 

Chief of Police Larry Avera 9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Marrow Selma (Dallas Co.) Pop. 18,012 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle ^^^.^^ ^^ ^^^.^^ ^^ Dickerson 

Mobile (Mobile Co.) Pop. 68,202 Head, Idcntif. Div G.B.Porter 

Municipal Attorney W.E.Brown 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Chas. Baumbauer Probation Officer Virginia Brown 

Chief of Police E. V. Warren 22'employees; 4 patrol cars 

Juvenile Officer Ike Armstrong 

Head, Traffic Div W. N. LeGear Sheffield (Colbert Co.) Pop. 6,221 

Head, Idcntif. Div H. F. Kersten chief of Police Earl Ikard 

Municipal Attorney Harry Seale Assistant Chief S. B. Wright 

112 employees; 7 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; Head, Traffic Div Grady B. Wilson 

1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance Municipal Attorney W. F. McDonnell 

Montgomery (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 66,079 ^ employees; 2 patrol cars 

Chief of Police S. G. Pruett Talladega (Talladega Co.) Pop. 7,596 

Assistant Chief B. W. Young Chief of Police Cecil D. Nabors 

Chief of Detectives Paul Rapport Head, Traffic Div J. C. Hassell 

Dir., Police Training. . . .W. M. Stanley, Jr. Municipal Attorneys Knox, Dixon, Dixon 

Head, Identif. Div W. S. Powell 5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Head, Records Div C. W. Sutcliffe (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 7,341 

Municipal Attorney J. L. Goodwyn ^, . . . „ ,. r. i t^ /- • 

Probation Officer Mrs. Nell Adams Chief of Police Paul 1 . Gaines 

123 employees; 12 patrol cars; 8 motor- Municipal Attorneys. . . .Graham & Wmgo 

cycles; 1 patrol wagon 5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

r^ ,-i n r \ P^r^ ^ 1 ^f^ Troy (Pike Co.) Pop. 6,814 

Opelika (Lee Co.) Pop. 6,156 -^ \ ,. oi i^ o 

^ ^ Chief of Police Shelby Smart 

Chief of Police J. L Heath Captain of Police Laman Hall 

Assistant Chief P. E. Edwards Municipal Attorney J. L. Giddens 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Doke & Doke 5 employees; 2 patrol cars 
6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Tuscaloosa (Tuscaloosa Co.) Pop. 20,569 

Phenix City (Russell Co.) Pop. 13,862 ^h^^j ^j p^/j^g H. D. Billingsley 

Chief of Police O. O. Gay Head, Identif. Div W. C. Tompkins Jr. 

Assistant Chief J. T. Oaks Municipal Attorney E. W. Skidmore 

Head, Identif. Div P. M. Danil 18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 



Arizona 

State Capital: Phoenix 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor'. Robert T. Jones (Phoenix) 

Attorney General J- W. Conway (Phoenix) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Joe Metz (Phoenix) 

Arizona State Highway Patrol (Phoenix) 

Superintendent William Allen 

Assistant Superintendent A. P. Beizord 

48 employees; 42 patrol cars 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-10 



Counties and Cities— Arizona 



Arizona — State of 

Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (Phoenix) 

Superintendent R- F. Feland 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Florence) Gene Shutte, Warden 

State Industrial School (Ft. Grant) W. A. Townsend, Supt. 

Board of Pardons and Parole (Phoenix) Walter Hoffman, Chairman 

Chief Parole Clerk (Phoenix) Mrs. J. B. Bourne 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Apache St. Johns 

Cochise Bisbee 

Coconino Flagstaff 

Gila Globe 

Graham Safford 

Greenlee Clifton 

Maricopa Phoenix 

Mohave Kingman 

Navajo Holbrook 

Pima Tucson 

Pinal Florence 

Santa Cruz Nogales 

Yavapai Prescott 

Yuma Yuma 



John Nunn 
I. V. Pruitt 
Arthur Vandavier 
Chas. R. Byrne 
Emert Kempton 
H. T. Grady 
Lon Jordan 

Ernest Graham 
L. D. Divelbess 
Edw. S. Echols 
Jas. Herron, Jr. 
J. J. Lowe 
R. M. Robbins 
J. H. Newman 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Earl P. Pratt 
F. E. Thomas 
H. L. Russell 
E. Y. Weeks 
Chas. Rogers 
Bryant Jones 
R. F. Harless 

E. E. Rollinger 
W. D. Nutting 
J. M. Johnson 
W. C. Truman 
J. V. Robinson 
Chas. L. Ewing 
Glen Copple 



Probation Act. 

Ross W. Overson 

Sheriff 

Mrs. M. Rodriguez 

Mrs. E. Stewart 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 

Walter Norris 
Russell Jackson 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 

F. A. Peyton 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 

Benjamin Powell 

Mrs. M. FuUilove 



City Agencies and Officials 



Bisbee (Cochise Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Municipal Attorney 

7 employees; 1 

Douglas (Cochise Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Traffic Div 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer . 

12 employees; 4 

Globe (Gila Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney. . . . . 
5 employees; 1 patrol 

Miami (Gila Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney. . . . 
4 employees; 1 patrol 

Nogales (Santa Cruz Co 
Chief of Police 



Pop. 8,023 

J. L. Ramsower 
Cecil R. Burns 
James T. Gentry 
patrol car 

Pop. 9,828 

Percy Bowden 
John B. Hart 
Wirt M. French 
W. G. Gilmore 
Grace Andrews 
patrol cars 

Pop. 7,157 

. Golden L. Hunsaker 
. CuUen A. Little 
car; 1 motorcycle 



Municipal Attorney Stephen Monahan 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Phoenix (Maricopa Co.) Pop. 48,118 

Chief of Police E.G. Moore 

Chief of Detectives E. M. Lynch 

Head, Traffic Div E. W. Titel 

Supt. Idcntif. Div J. B. Mackey 

Municipal Attorney Hess Seaman 

Probation Officer George Pruitt 

90 employees; 12 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Prescott (Yavapai Co.) Pop. 5,517 

Chief of Police W. R. Fitzgerald 

Municipal Attorney Edward Tacklear 

Probation Officer Ben Powers 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Pop. 6,689 Tucson (Pima Co.) 



Pop. 32,506 



John H.Welch 
George F. Senner 
car; 1 motorcycle 

,) Pop. 6,006 

.J. J. Lowe 



Chief of Police Don J. Hays 

Head, Traffic Div Jay Smith 

Head, Identif. Div A. S. Hesselberg 

Municipal Attorney B. G. Thompson 

Probation Officer Frank Peyton 

41 employees; 3 patrol cars 



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Arkansas — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Arkansas 

State Capital: Little Rock 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Carl E. Bailey (Little Rock) 

Attorney General Jack Holt (Little Rock) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Z. M. McCarroll (Little Rock) 

Arkansas State Police (War Memorial Bldg., Little Rock) 

Superintendent A. G. Albright 

Assistant Superintendent C. T. Atkinson 

Captain, Traffic Div Lindsey Hatchett 

Lieutenant, Identif. Div J- Earl Scroggin 

Sergeant, Criminal Investig. Div Neil Shannon 

71 employees; 50 patrol cars; 10 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Gould) Al H. Reed, Warden 

State Reformatory for Women (Alexander) Mrs. Z. A. Harper, Siipt. 

Industrial School for Boys (Pine Bluff) W. P. Davis, Supt. 

Industrial School for Negro Boys ( Wrightsville) Jim Bass, Supt. 

State Training School for Girls (Alexander) Mrs. Z. A. Harper, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Osceola) A. F. Barham, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Little Rock) J. R. Porter 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty.i Probation Act. 2 

Arkansas [De Witt | Lloyde LaFargue {See Lonoke Co.) Mrs. Guy Rowland 

1 Stuttgart/ 

Ashley Hamburg J. W. Spivey {See Chicot Co.) 

Baxter Mountain Home Jim Martin {Sec Izard Co.) 

Benton Bentonville W. A. Black {See Carroll Co.) 

Boone Harrison Dan Hale Len Jones 

Bradley Warren C. W. Hickman {Sec Chicot Co.) 

Calhoun Hampton S. S. Parker {See Union Co.) 

Carroll Eureka Springs Tom Morris John K. Butt 

Chicot Lake Village Calmes Merritt John M. Golden ^ 

Clark Arkadelphia A. N. Shaw Dick Huie Louisa Perritt 

Clay (Corningl Dan McCleod {Sec Mississippi Co.) 

\Piggott / 

Cleburne Heber Springs J. G. Davis {See Boone Co.) 

Cleveland Rison T. H. Glover {Sec Chicot Co.) 

Columbia Magnolia S. J. McCollum {Sec Union Co.) 

Conway Morrilton Elmer Thomas {See Pope Co.) 

Craighead fjonesborol W. Tom Lane {Sec Mississippi Co.) 

\Lake City/ 

Crawford." Van Buren Fred Patton R. W. Robinson 

Crittenden Marion Howard Curlin {See Mississippi Co.) 

Cross Wynne C. M. Stacy {See Mississippi Co.) 

Dallas Fordyce J. H. Kauffman {See Chicot Co.) 

1 State is divided into 18 judicial districts, each having a prosecuting attorney serving all the counties 
included in the district. 

2 Communications relative to probation matters may be addressed to the State Department of Public 
Welfare, Little Rock, and they will be referred to welfare workers in those counties where no probation 
agents are listed. 

^Address: Dermott, .\rkansas. 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties — Arkansas 



Arkansas — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Attv.» Probation Act.^ 

Desha Arkansas City H. L. Clayton {See Jefferson Co.) 

Drew Monticello W. C. Cruce {See Chicot Co.) 

Faulkner Conway R. E. Speaker {See Lonoke Co.) 

Franklin /Charleston! Champ Crawford {See Crawford Co.) 

\ Ozark J 

Fulton Salem Lester Collins {See Izard Co.) 

Garland Hot Springs ^Marion Anderson Gibson Witt, Jr. Mrs. Ada Smith 

Grant Sheridan Wilbur B. Paxton {See Hot Spring Co.) 

Greene Paragould Robert Brashers {See Mississippi Co.) 

Hempstead Washington C.E.Baker {See Clark Co.) 

Hot Spring ISIalvern T. S. Fisher W. H. Glover 

Howard Nashville Jones Floyd {See Sevier Co.) 

Independence Batesville Lloyd Allen {See Jackson Co.) Mrs. B. Stephens 

Izard Melbourne D. O. Johnson R. H. Wood ^ 

Jackson Newport Edwin McCall C. M. Erwin, Jr. 

Jefferson Pine Bluff Garland Brewster Henry W. Smith Myrtle Nichols 

Johnson Clarksville Virgil C. Kolb {See Pope Co.) 

Lafayette Lewisville Oce S. Griffin {See Clark Co.) 

Lawrence f Powhatan 1 M. C. McLeod {See Jackson Co.) 

[Walnut Ridge J 

Lee Marianna S. C. Langston {See White Co.) JMrs. F. 

Fitzsimmons 

Lincoln Star City Tebo Cogbill {See Jefferson Co.) 

Little River Ashdown J. G. Sanderson {See Sevier Co.) 

Logan jBoonevillel W. W. Carolan {See Crawford Co.) 

\ Paris J 

Lonoke Lonoke Troy Carroll J. B. Reed Mrs. Ben High 

Madison Huntsville John G. Berr\^ {See Carroll Co.) 

Marion Yellville Gus McCracken {See Boone Co.) 

Miller Texarkana W. E. Davis {See Clark Co.) Mrs. Mary E. Pugh 

Mississippi Osceola Hale Jackson {See Mississippi fMrs. H. Grimes 

Co.) \Mrs. Julia Owen 

Monroe Clarendon H. K. McKenzie {See Lonoke Co.) 

Montgomer>' .... Mount Ida John Johnson {See Garland Co.) 

Nevada Prescott Brad Bright {See Clark Co.) 

Newton Jasper H. G. Jenks {See Boone Co.) 

Ouachita Camden W. E. Pryor {See Union Co.) 

Perry Perry ville P. O. Harmon {See Pulaski Co.) 

Phillips Helena F. F. Kitchens {See White Co.) Mis. J. Sheffield 

Pike Murfreesboro W. E. Branch {See Sevier Co.) 

Poinsett Harrisburg C. T. Sullivan {See Clark Co.) 

Polk Mena Walter Jones {See Sevier Co.) 

Pope Russellville D. A. Bewley R. M. Priddy 

Prairie /Des Arc 1 Finns L. Grady {See Lonoke Co.) 

\De Vails BluffJ 

Pulaski Little Rock L.B.Branch {See Pulaski Co.) Mrs. L. 

McDermott 

Randolph Pocahontas Roland Morris {See Izard Co.) 

St. Francis Forrest City J.M.Campbell {See White Co.) 

Saline Benton V. A. Rucker {See Hot Spring Co.) 

1 State is divided into 18 judicial districts, each having a prosecuting attorney serving all the counties 
included in the district. r t> uv 

2 Communications relative to probation matters may be addressed to the State Department of Pubhc 
Welfare, Little Rock, and they will be referred to welfare workers in those counties where no probation 
agents are listed. 

' Address: Calico Rock, Arkansas. 

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Arkansas — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Arkansas — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Scott Waldron 

Searcy Marshall 

Sebastian Fort Smith 

Sevier De Queen 

Sharp /Evening Shade 

1 Hardy 

Stone Mountain View 

Union El Dorado 

Van Buren Clinton 

Washington Fayetteville 

White Searcy 

Woodruff Augusta 

Yell fDanville 1 

[DardanelleJ 



Shkriff 

Worth S. Rice 
Oscar Barnett 
Jack Pace 
Fred E. Poole 
Ralph Hall 

John B. Gower 
Grady R. Wooley 

J. W. Hatchett 
Herbert Lewis 
J. A. Neaville 
E. T. Ramsey 
Buford Compton 



Co. Pros. Atty.i 

{See Sebastian Co.) 
{See Boone Co.) 
Paul Wolfe 
Byron Goodson 
{See Izard Co.) 

{See Jackson Co.) 
Oren Harris 

{See Boone Co.) 
{See Carroll Co.) 
Elmo Taylor 
{See White Co.) 
{See Pope Co.) 



Probation Agt.^ 



Mrs. M. Harrison 
Mrs. J. Arnold 



Mrs. K. 

Cunningham 



Mrs. K. Huggins 



City Agencies and Officials 



Municipal Attorney Fadjo Cravens 

26 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Helena (Phillips Co.) Pop. 8,316 

Chief of Police L. A. Webster 

Assistant Chief Paul Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney C. L. Polk, Jr. 

Probation Officer Mrs. J. Sheffield 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Hope (Hempstead Co.) Pop. 6,008 

Chief of Police C. E. Baker 

Assistant Chief Claud Stuart 

Municipal Attorney W. S. Atkins 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hot Springs (Garland Co.) Pop. 20,238 

Chief of Police Weldon Rasberry 

Head, Identif. Div Bill Kaufman 

Municipal Attorney A. T. Davies 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Jonesboro (Craighead Co.) Pop. 10,326 

Chief of Police Holman Mabry 

Assistant Chief E. H. Talbert 

Municipal Attorney Foster Clarke 

Probation Officer C. E. Murphy 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Little Rock (Pulaski Co.) Pop. 81,679 

Chief of Police J. A. Pitcock 

Assistant Chief R. L. Allen 

' State is divided into 18 judicial districts, each having a prosecuting attorney serving all the counties 
included in the district. 

2 Communications relative to probation matters may be addressed to the State Department of Public 
Welfare, Little Rock, and they will be referred to welfare workers in those counties where no probation 
agents are listed. 

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Blytheville (Mississippi Co.) Pop. 10,098 

Chief of Police E. A. Rice 

Municipal Attorney Roy E. Nelson 

Probation Officer Mrs. Floyd Grimes 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Camden (Ouachita Co.) Pop. 7,273 

Act'g Chief of Police .... A. R. Lamb 

Municipal Attorney Robert Purifay 

4 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Conway (Faulkner Co.) Pop. 5,534 

Chief of Police Albert Jones 

Assistant Chief O. L. Clanton 

Municipal Attorney Guy H. Jones 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

El Dorado (Union Co.) Pop. 16,421 

Chief of Police W. E. Hickman 

Assistant Chief W. W. Cross 

Municipal Attorney Bradley Trimble 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Fayetteville (Washington Co.) Pop. 7,394 

Chief of Police Earl Hand 

Assistant Chief Bob Day 

Municipal Attorney Price Dickson 

4 employees 

Fort Smith (Sebastian Co.) Pop. 31,429 

Chief of Police Mike J. Gordon 

Chief of Detectives D. M. Willis 

Juvenile Officer Mrs. M. Harrison 



BLUE BOOK 1939-4 

Arkansas- 

Chief of Dclcdivcs O. N. Martin 

Head, IdentiJ. Div CO. Fink 

Municipal Altorncy Edw. I. McKinley 

85 employees; 9 patrol cars; 15 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Malvern (Hot Spring Co.) Pop. 5,115 

Chief of Police Frank Ault 

Municipal Attorney Gordon E. Young 

4 employees 

North Little Rock (Pulaski Co.) Pop. 19,418 

Chief of Police Gabe Pratt 

Assistant Chief J. H. Anderson 

Chief of Detectives J. O. McDougal 

Head, Records Div Morris Gershner 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Berger 

Probation Officer Mrs. Bess Lane 

28 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Paragould (Greene Co.) Pop. 5,966 

Chief of Police Leo Schmucker 

Assistant Chief Ott Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Fay McHaney 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



State — California 



-Cities of 

Pine BlufiE (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 20,760 

Chief of Police M. L. Gallagher 

Assistant Chief W. A. Mayberry 

Head, Identif. Div W. C. Huffstutler 

Municipal Attorney Jay Dickey 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Russellville (Pope Co.) Pop. 5,628 

Chief of Police M. C. Hickman 

Municipal Attorney J. D. Carr 

4 employees 

Texarkana (Miller Co.) Pop. 10,764 

Chief of Police R. M. Giles 

Assistant Chief H. G. Holmes 

Head, Identif. Div C. L. Thompson 

Municipal Attorney Marvin Quillin 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Van Buren (Crawford Co.) Pop. 5,182 

Chief of Police Rufus Matlock 

Municipal Attorney F. F. Batchelor 

3 employees 



California 

State Capital: Sacramento 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Culbert L. Olson (Sacramento) 

Attorney General Earl Warren (Sacramento) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman Warren J. Davis (Los Angeles) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Geo. M. Stout (Sacramento) 

California State Highway Patrol (Sacramento) 

Chief E. Raymond Cato 

Assistant Chief Geo. F. Moynahan 

Supervising Inspector, Bur. Auto Theft b° Investig Fred J. Bly 

Supervising Inspector, Bur. of Equipment W. E. Snell 

Supervising Inspector, Bur. of Comm'l Vehicles &" Safety Insp W. R. Sharkey, Jr. 

Supervising Inspector, Bur. of Communications 6° Records James Roche 

Superv'g Inspector, Training School df Activities W. H. White 

Supervising Inspector, Los Angeles Div W. F. Cannon 

910 employees; 301 patrol cars; 559 motorcycles 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification (Sacramento) 

Superintendent C. S. Morrill 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (San Quentin) Court Smith, Warden 

Folsom State Prison (Represa) Clyde L. Plummer, Warden 

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California — Counties 



THE POLICE 



California — State of 

Preston School of Industry (Waterman) O. H. Close, Supt. 

Whittier State School (Whittier) E. J. Milne, Supt. 

Institution for Women (Tehachapi) Florence Monohan, Supt. 

Ventura School for Girls (Ventura) Ur. Olive Walton, Supt. 

State Board of Parole (Oakdale) David F. Bush, Chairman 

State Parole Officer (Ferry Bldg., San Francisco) Charles C. Coxe 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Alameda Oakland M. B. Driver Ralph Hoyt 

Alpine Markleeville Orrin P. Brown Theo. G. Alges 

Amador Jackson Geo. W. Lucot Allen Martin 

Butte Oroville Herbert Taylor J. M. McPherson 

Calaveras San Andreas Joe W. Zwinge Virgil M. Airola 

Colusa Colusa Geo. R. Houx Hudson Ford 

Contra Costa Martinez John A. Miller F. P. Healey 

Del Norte Crescent City Austin Huffman C. A. Degnen 

Eldorado Placerville Geo. M. Smith Henry S. Lyon 

Fresno Fresno G. J. Overhault Dan F. Conway 

Glenn Willows Roy Heard C. H. Larimer 

Humboldt Eureka Arthur A. Ross J. R. Scott 

Imperial El Centro Robert W. Ware Elmer W. Heald 

Inyo Independence T.F.Hutchison George Francis 

Kern Bakersfield J. E. Loulastot Tom Scott 

Kings Hanford Luther P. Loftis Roger R. Walch 

Lake Lakeport Taylor A. Day Burt W. Busch 

Lassen Susanville Olin S. Johnson A. J. Anderson 

Los Angeles Los Angeles E. W. Biscailuz Buron Fitts 

Madera Madera W. O. Justice Geo. W. Mordecai 

Marin San Rafael W. B. Sellmer A. E. Bagshaw 

Mariposa Mariposa J. Castagnetts Louis T. Milburn 

Mendocino Ukiah E.L.Williams James E. Busch 

Merced Merced N.L.Cornell A.A.Henderson 

Modoc Alturas John C. Sharp Charles Lederer 

Mono Bridgeport C. R. Thorington Walter Evans 

Monterey Salinas Carl H. Abbott Anthony Brazil 

Napa Napa John P. Steckter W.W.Everett 

Nevada Nevada City C. J. Tobiassen Vernon S toll 

Orange Santa Ana J. L. Elliott Geo. F. Holden 

Placer Auburn Elmer H. Gum Lowell Sparks 

Plumas Quincy L. A. Braden Wm. MacMillan 

Riverside Riverside Carl F. Rayburn Earl Redwine 

Sacramento Sacramento Donald Cox Otis D. Babcock 

San Benito HoUister M. P. Hubler John T. Lewis 

San Bernardino .. San Bernardino Emmett L. Shay J. B. Kavanaugh 

San Diego". San Diego Ernest W. Dort J. B. Abbey 

San Francisco. . . . San Francisco Daniel C. Murphy Matthew Brady 

San Joaquin Stockton Martin Ansbro F. C. Clowdsley 

San Luis 

Obispo San Luis Obispo M. C. Hathway A. H. Brazil 

San Mateo Redwood City J. J. McGrath G. D. Ferrell 

Santa Barbara. . .Santa Barbara James Ross P. C. Heckendorf 

Santa Clara San Jose W. J. Emig J. P. Fitzgerald 

Santa Cruz Santa Cruz R. J. Devitt Benj. B. Knight 

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Probation Agt. 

O. F. Snedigar 
None 

George F. Dornan 
Mrs. B. Parsons 
John Lally 
Thos. M. Roche 
Thos. A. Boyer 
E. R. Grifhn 
Charles W. BaU 
0. M. Akers 
W. H. Julian 
G. Y. Henderson 
E. A. Nance 
Chas. H. Powell 
CM. Johnson 
J. J. Walker 
J. C. Anton 
C. H. Price 
K. J. Scudder 
J. E. Rea 
Edmund T. Blum 
J. A. Bondschu 
A. D. Scott 
A. L. Silman 
L. G. McDowell 
None 
Ney Otis 
M. J. Wittlinger 
A. W. McCagin 
Mrs. Nora M. 

Allen 
Charles L. Allen 
William Watson 
C. W. Mathews 
C. E. Wilson 
Eleanor Nolan 
Belle Larmore 
Wood Worcester 
George McNulty 
W. B. Young 

Paul George 
F. J. Robinson 
Arthur W. Evans 
Max Watson 
Chas. M. Herbert 



BLUE BOOK 1930-40 



Cities — California 



California — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Shasta Redding 

Sierra Downieville 

Siskiyou Yreka 

Solano Fairfield 

Sonoma Santa Rosa 

Stanislaus Modesto 

Sutter Yuba City 

Tehama Red Bluff 

Trinity Weaverville 

Tulare Visalia 

Tuolumne Sonora 

Ventura Ventura 

Yolo Woodland 

Yuba Marys villa 



Sheriff 

W. W. Sublett 
W. D. Johnson 
B. J. Richards 
J. R. Thornton 
A. A. Wilke 
Grat M. Hogin 
Bert M. UUrey 
James M. Froome 
W. H. Mont- 
gomery 
S. B. Sherman 
J. H. Dambacher 
L. Howard Durley 
F. D. Monroe 
Charles J. McCoy 



Co. Pros. Arry. 

L. W. Carr 
A. J. Just 
C. E. Johnson 
Philip B. Lynch 
J. C. McCottigan 
Leslie A. Cleary 
Lloyd E. Hewitt 
Clair Engle 
Edwin J. Regan 

Walter C. Haight 
C. H. Grayson 
M. A. Waite 
C. C. McDonald 
Joseph Heenan 



Probation Act. 

Mrs. E. Saygrovcr 
Mrs. R. A. Taylor 
Chas. S. Graves 
John E. Paulson 
Philip Becklund 
W. E. Gilbert 
Martin Sullivan 
W. J. Harrington 
D. E. Ryan 

F. G. Crowell 
Fred Sutton 
Clay Claberg 
George A. Zane 
Edw. B. Stanwood 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alameda (Alameda Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives 

Chief, Patrol Div 

Head, Policewomen 

Head, I dent if. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

40 employees; 6 patrol 
1 ambulance 



Pop. 35,033 

Vern Smith 

L. R. Wendland 

A. P. Olsson 
Angelina Floyd 

B. C. Bridges 

L. R. Sutherland 
H. Albert George 
cars ; 4 motorcycles ; 



Albany (Alameda Co.) Pop 

Chief of Police Lloyd G. Jester 

Municipal Attorney J. J. Young 

9 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Alhambra (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 29,472 

Chief of Police A. F. Cherr>^ 

Head, Traffic Div B. J. Beaty 

Head, Idcntif. Div M. R. Spencer 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Ogg 

43 employees; 6 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

Anaheim (Orange Co.) Pop. 10,995 

Chief of Police J. S. Bouldin 

Assistant Chief T. L. Wilder 

Municipal Attorney Leo J. Friis 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Arcadia (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 5,216 

Chief of Police Donald S. Ott 

Municipal Attorney James C. Bone 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Bakersfield (Kern Co.) Pop. 26,015 

Chief of Police Robert B. Powers 

Assistant Chiefs Horace V. Grayson 

O. G. Heckmann 



Head, Traffic Div CO. Durant 

Head, Identif. Div WUliam C. Young 

Municipal Attorney Walter Osborne 

54 employees; 8 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Bell (Los x\ngeles Co.) Pop. 7,884 

Chief of Police Willard B. Steele 

Municipal Attorney Carl Casjens 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



g 5^9 Berkeley (Alameda Co.) 



Pop. 82,109 



Chief of Police John A. Greening 

Captain of Detectives Walter J. Johnson 

Head, Crime Preven Mrs. E. Lossing 

Juvenile Officer Albert E. Riedel 

Head, Policeivonien Mrs. E. Lossing 

Head, Traffic Div Laurence H. Laird 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Worth R. Kidd 

Hecid, Identif. Div B. W. Sickler 

Municipal Attorney F. C. Hutchinson 

80 employees; 63 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 1 ambulance 

Beverly Hills (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 17,429 

Chief of Police Charles C. Blair 

Chief of Detectives W. W. White 

Head, Traffic Div C. C. Garrison 

Municipal Attorney R. C. Waltz 

Probation Officer R. Sanner 

58 employees; 10 patrol cars; 9 motor- 
cycles; 1 ambulance 

Burbank (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 16,662 

Chief of Police E. H. Adams 

Supt., Identif. Div F. M. Schermerhorn 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Swagler 

28 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 



23 



California — Cities 



THE POLICE 



California — Cities of 



Burlingame (San Mateo Co.) Pop. 13,270 

Chief of Police John J. Harper 

Municipal Allorncy I. Carmel 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Calexico (Imperial Co.) Pop. 6,299 

Chief of Police C. G. Echols 

Municipal Attorney George Kirk 

• 7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Chico (Butte Co.) Pop. 7,961 

Chief of Police C. E. Tovee 

Municipal Attorney Grayson Price 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Colton (San Bernardino Co.) Pop. 8,014 

Chief of Police J. R. Turner 

Assistant Chief H. E. Hubbs 

Head, Traffic Div J. S. Bennett 

Municipal Attorney Waldo Willhoft 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Compton (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 12,516 

Chief of Police Thomas J. Potter 

Head, Idcntif. Div C. J. Andrews 

Municipal Attorney R. K. Pierson 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

Corona (Riverside Co.) Pop. 7,018 

Chief of Police Eli Garner 

Municipal Attorney W. S. Clayson 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Coronado (San Diego Co.) Pop. 5,425 

Chief of Police J. W. Jordan 

Assistant Chief Walter Burrows 

Municipal Attorney S. J. Higgins 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Culver City (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 5,669 

Chief of Police C. T. Truschel 

Juvenile Officer ^ 

Head, Traffic Div L. O. Lindsey 

Municipal Attorney M. Tellefson 

20 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Daly City (San Mateo Co.) Pop. 7,838 

Chief of Police A. L. Hilton 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



El Centre (Imperial Co.) 
Chief of Police J. S. 



Pop. 8,434 
Oswalt 



Head, Traffic Div Frank Oswalt 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Eureka (Humboldt Co.) Pop. 15,752 

Chief of Police J- R. McKenzie 

Head, Traffic Div W. L. French 

Municipal Attorney E. S. Mitchell 

2 patrol cars 

Fresno (Fresno Co.) Pop. 52,513 

Chief of Police Ray T. W^allace 

Chief, Patrol Div John P. Murphy 

Municipal Attorney CM. Ozias 

86 employees; 22 patrol cars; 3 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

FuUerton (Orange Co.) Pop. 10,860 

Chief of Police J. M. Pearson 

Sergeant of Police J. C. Gregory 

Municipal Attorney R. Thompson 

11 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Glendale (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 62,736 

Chief of Police V. B. Browne 

Assistant Chief J. H. Carter 

Chief of Detectives W. E. Hegi 

Chief, Patrol Div J. H. Carter 

Head, Crime Preven R. E. Warwick 

Head, Policeivomen Minnie Maddock 

Head, Traffic Div W. H. Mitterling 

Head, Identif. Div F. C. Williams 

Head, Records Div F. C. Williams 

Municipal Attorney Aubrey N. Irwin 

78 employees; 11 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Hanford (Kings Co.) Pop. 7,028 

Chief of Police James B. Foster 

Assistant Chief J. A. Parker 

Municipal Attorney H. Scott Jacobs 

7 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Hawthorne (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 6,596 

Chief of Police M. R. Baumgardner 

Municipal Attorney Geo. E. Lindelof 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles 

Hayward (iMameda Co.) Pop. 5,530 

Chief of Police Louis J. Silva 

Municipal Attorney William White 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Huntington Park (Los Angeles Co.) 

Pop. 24,591 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .W. L. Hultquist 



1 Juvenile delinquents handled by over 200 men sworn in as Juvenile Crime Prevention Officers 
through Juvenile Crime Prevention Association. 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — California 



California — Cities of 



Captain of Police E. J. Graham 

Head, Idcntif. Div A. P. Wilson 

Municipal Attorney C. J. Grillin 

31 employees; 4 patrol cars; 9 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Inglewood (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 19,480 

Chief of Police Ben Fairbrother 

Assistant Chief Y. E. Muir 

Head, Idcntif. Div R. H. Collins 

Municipal Attorney Lester Luce 

Probation Officer H. M. Stevenson 

30 employees; 3 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 

Lodi (San Joaquin Co.) Pop. 6,788 

Chief of Police C. S. Jackson 

Assistant Chief F. Shealor 

Municipal Attorney Glen West 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Long Beach (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 142,032 

Chief of Police Jos. H. McClelland 

Chief of Detectives Walter H. Lentz 

Chief, Patrol Div William H. Dovey 

Head, Crime Prevcn William G. Golden 

Head, Traffic Div William H. Dovey 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Everett F. Dilts 
Dir., Police Training. . . .C. E. Peterson 

Head, Idcntif. Div L. E. Christiansen 

Head, Records Div L. E. Christiansen 

Municipal Attorney Lyman B. Sutter 

Probation Officer C. W. Van Blair 

241 employees; 14 patrol cars; 19 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Los Angeles (Los Angeles Co.) 

Pop. 1,238,048 

Chief of Police A. C. Hohmann 

Dir., Field Operations. . .R. R. McDonald 
Dir., Functional Operations 

F. T. Hawtrey 

Dir. of Investigations. . . .Homer B. Cross 

Administrative Asst W. H. Parker 

Head, Crime Preven E. M. Slaughter 

Juvenile Officer E. W. Lester 

Head, Traffic Div B. R. Caldwell 

Head, Accident Preven. . .James B. Heath 
Dir., Police Training. . . . J. N. Hewitt 

Head, Idcntif. Div H. C. Nutt 

Head, Records Div H. C. Nutt 

Municipal Attorney Ray L. Chesebro 

Probation Officer James Berry 

2,773 employees; 304 patrol cars; 103 
motorcycles; 7 patrol wagons; 16 ambulances 

Lynwood (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 7323, 

Chief of Police Charles J. Miller 



Municipal Attorney Charles A. Ruby 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Martinez (Contra Costa Co.) Pop. 6,569 

Chief of Police Steve Neilson 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Whight 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Marysville (Yuba Co.) Pop. 5,763 

Chief of Police. . ., Dorell La Fortune 

Municipal Attorney Francis E. Carlin 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Maywood (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 6,794 

Chief of Police K. H. Blackburn 

Municipal Attorney Harold Craigin 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Merced (Merced Co.) Pop. 7,066 

Chief of Police W. S. Garret 

Municipal Attorney H. A. Landrum 

Probation Officer A. S. Silman 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Modesto (Stanislaus Co.) 



Pop. 13,842 



Chief of Police 

Captain of Police. . . . 
Head, Idcntif. Div... 
Municipal Attorney . 
Probation Officer. 



.E. E. Arington 
.D. C. Cole 
. R. H. Morton 
. R. R. Fowler, Jr. 
W. H. Gilbert 



22 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Monrovia (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 10,890 

Chief of Police Frank L. Scott 

Captain of Police Earnest A. Bovee 

Municipal Attorney Paul F. Garber 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Montebello (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 5,498 

Chief of Police L. B. Maxwell 

Head, Traffic Div M. L. Peek 

Municipal Attorney Louis H. Burke 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Monterey (Monterey Co.) 



Pop. 9,141 



Chief of Police Fred H. Moore 

Municipal Attorney A. Campbell 

11 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Monterey Park (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 6,406 

Chief of Police John J. Ostoich 

Municipal Attorney (See Los Angeles 

Co.) 
11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 



25 



California — Cities =^— -^-— -^— == 

California 

Napa (Napa Co.) Pop. 6,437 

Chief of Police Eugene C. Riordan 

Municipal Attorney Roy E. Lockman 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

National City (San Diego Co.) Pop. 7,301 

Chief of Police Leslie E. Knapp 

Assistant Chief Lloyd Bates 

Head, Traffic Div Lloyd Lovell 

Municipal Attorney M. L. Campbell 

41 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Oakland (Alameda Co.) Pop. 284,063 

Chief if Police Bodie A. Wallman 

Captain of Inspectors J. A. Goodnight 

Head, Traffic Div Ira Reedy 

Head, Identif. Bur A. W. Anderson 

Head, Records Bur J. A. Goodnight 

Municipal Attorney F. B. Fernhoff 

410 employees; 55 patrol cars; 33 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons; 4 ambulances 

Ontario (San Bernardino Co.) Pop. 13,583 

Chief of Police J. C. Smith 

Assistant Chief R. E. Sprecker 

Head, Identif. Div J. F. Shipps 

Head, Records Div J. F. Shipps 

Municipal Attorney A. D. Mitchell 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Orange (Orange Co.) Pop. 8,066 

Chief of Police G. W. Coltrane 

Head, Traffic Div V. G. Wolfe 

Municipal Attorney Gordon Richmond 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Oxnard (Ventura Co.) Pop. 6,285 

Chief of Police Geo. M. Preyor 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Pacific Grove (Monterey Co.) Pop. 5,558 

Chief of Police H. S. Stalter 

Municipal Attorney Reginal Foster 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Palo Alto (Santa Clara Co.) Pop. 13,652 

Chief of Police H. A. Zink 

Assistant Chief E. E. Dakin 

Head, Traffic Div L. H. Grieb 

Heads, Identif. Div D. D. Atwood 

J. W. Gilkey 

Municipal Attorney Arnold Rumwell 

Probation Officer Rilla Wyckoff 

23 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Pasadena (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 76,086 

Chief of Police Chas. H. Kelley 



THE POLICE 



-Cities of 

Chief of Detectives Stanley D. Decker 

Chief, Patrol Div Hugh D. Morgan 

Head, Crime Preven. . . . .Hugh D. Morgan 

Head, Policewomen Mae Clemens 

Head, Traffic Div Clarence IVIorris 

Dir., Police Training. . . .M. F. Judkins 

Head, Identif. Div Robert S. Scares 

Head, Records Div Robert S. Scares 

Municipal Attorney Harold P. Huls 

103 employees; 13 patrol cars; 17 motor- 
cycles; 1 ambulance 

Petaluma (Sonoma Co.) Pop. 8,245 

Chief of Police Robert E. Peters 

Assistant Chief Al. J. Aretz 

Head, Traffic Div M. Del Maestro 

Municipal Attorney Karl Brooks 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Piedmont (Alameda Co.) Pop. 9,333 

Chief of Police Wm. V. Pflaum 

Captain of Police Dan W. James 

Head, Traffic Div Dan W. James 

Municipal Attorney Girard Richardson 

Probation Officer A. H. Jacobsen 

20 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 1 ambulance 

Pittsburg (Contra Costa Co.) Pop. 9,610 

Chief of Police Chas. E. Hamilton 

Head, Traffic Div Geo. J. Eastwood 

Municipal Attorney E. Walter Lynch 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Pomona (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 20,804 

Chief of Police F. C. Hunter 

Assistant Chief J. B. Ashurst 

Municipal Attorney Turner Garr 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Porterville (Tulare Co.) Pop. 5,303 

Chief of Police H. L. Martin 

Head\Traffic Div Paul Jones 

Municipal Attorney Waldo Burford 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Redlands (San Bernardino Co.) Pop. 14,177 

Chief of Police W. H. Morrison 

Assistant Chief A. O. Peterson 

Head, Traffic Div W. E. Patterson 

Municipal Attorney Paul B. Wilson 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Redondo Beach (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 9,347 

Chief of Police Harry M. Petersen 

Assistant Chief A. L. Hopkins 

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Cities — California 



California— Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Frank L. Perry 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Redwood City (San Mateo Co.) Top. 8,962 

C/iicf of Police C. L. Collins 

Municipal Attorney Albert Mansfield 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Richmond (Contra Costa Co.) Pop. 20,093 

Chief of Police Lewis E. Jones 

Assistant Chief George Bengley 

Head, Traffic Div L. B. Bradeson 

Head, Identif. Div E. Jennings 

Municipal Attorney Thomas M. Carlson 

35 employees; 9 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Riverside (Riverside Co.) Pop. 29,696 

Chief of Police Nestor N. Brule 

Assistant Chief R. H. Thomas 

Head, Traffic Div H. B. Polkinghorn 

Head, Identif. Div B. W. Lowentrout 

Alunicipal Attorney Eugene Best 

Probation Officer C. W. Mathews 

36 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Roseville (Placer Co.) Pop. 6,425 

Chief of Police Russell Carter 

Captain of Police J- N. Zanolio 

Municipal Attorney L. Dewitt Spark 

Probation Officer Charles Allen 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Sacramento (Sacramento Co.) Pop. 93,750 

Chief of Police A. K. McAllister 

Inspector of Police Fritz Kaminsky 

Chief of Detectives W. A. Thomas 

Juvenile Officer H. M. Witbeck 

Head, Traffic Div James H. Darwin 

Head, Accident Preven.. .F. J. Beeman 

Head, Identif. Div Leslie Cox 

Head, Records Div O. A. Kistle 

Municipal Attorney H. H. Bradford 

146 employees; 17 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Salinas (Monterey Co.) Pop. 10,263 

Chief of Police M. A. Lapierre 

Head, Identif. Div George Weight 

Mtinicipal Attorney Russell Scott 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

San Bernardino (San Bernardino Co.) 

Pop. 37,481 

Chief of Police Byron W. Allen 

Head, Traffic Div Douglas Mecham 

Head, Records Div Thomas B. Freeman 



Municipal Attorney. . . . .H. R. Griffin 
40 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

San Diego (San Diego Co.) Pop. 147,995 

Chief of Police J- T. Peterson 

Chief of Detectives Harry J. Kelly 

Head, Identif. Div Walter J. Macy 

Municipal Attorney Dayton L. Ault 

237 employees; 58 patrol cars; 31 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 

San Fernando (Los .\ngeles Co.) Pop. 7,567 

Chief of Police Harold H. Mueller 

Assistant Chief O. W. Holmes 

Municipal Attorney Clyde R. Moody 

Probation Officer Albert Hazen 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

San Francisco (San Francisco Co.) 

Pop. 634,394 

Chief of Police William J. Quinn 

Deputy Chief Chas. F. Skelly 

Captain of Inspectors. . . .Chas. W. Dullea 
Department Secretary .... Michael Riordan 

Supervising Captain John J. O'lVIeara 

Head, Spec'l Services. . . . E. D. Handley 
Head, Big Brother Bur. . .Henry A. Reilly 
Head, Bur. Missing Per. . Marvin Dowell 

Head, Traffic Div Charles A. Goff 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Arthur D. Layne 

Head, Identif. Div Francis Latulipe 

Dir., Bur. Crim. Info... .Thos. P. Mclnerney 

Mtmicipal Attorney Matthew Brady 

Probation Officer R. R. Miller 

1,382 employees; 107 patrol cars; 65 
motorcycles; 8 patrol wagons; 7 ambulances 

San Gabriel (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 7,224 

Chief of Police H. PoweU Sloan 

Captain of Police J. M. Lopez 

Municipal Attorney H. S. Farrell 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

San Jose (Santa Clara Co.) Pop. 57,651 

Chief of Police John N. Black 

Head, Traffic Div Edward A. Stough 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Howard Hornbuckle 

Head, Identif. Div K. F. Jordan 

Municipal Attorney Archer Bowder 

Probation Officer Ma.\ Watson 

60 employees; 8 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

San Leandro (Alameda Co.) Pop. 11,455 

Chief of Police J. F. Peralta 

Head, Identif. Div A. J. Lamoureux 



27 



California — Cities 



THE POLICE 



California — Cities of 



Mtmicipal A Homey Albert Toe 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo Co.) 

Pop. 8,276 

Chief of Police Don. W. Parks 

Municipal Attorney M. A. Fitzgerald 

Probation Officer Paul George 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

San Mateo (San Mateo Co.) Pop. 13,444 

Chief of Police Thomas F. Burke 

Captain of Police George Martin 

Head, Traffic Div M. Trinta 

Head, Identif. Div R. O'Brien 

Municipal Attorney Ernest A. Wilson 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

San Rafael (Marin Co.) Pop. 8,022 

Chief of Police John Ruschetti 

Municipal Attorfiey Jordan Martinelli 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Santa Ana (Orange Co.) Pop. 30,322 

Chief of Police Earl B. Lentz 

Assistant Chief Harry I. Fink 

Chief of Detectives Charles W. Wolford 

Head, Traffic Div B. A. Hershey 

Head, Identif. Div Charles W. Wolford 

Head, Records Div Edith Hay 

Municipal Attorney Lew L. Blodgett 

39 employees; 5 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 

Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara Co.) 

Pop. 33,613 

Chief of Police F. Fred Hoelscher 

Lieut, of Detectives J. J. O'Brien 

Lieut, of Police M. H. Strong 

Juvenile Officers Ben Romer 

George McCuUough 

Lieut, of Traffic L. R. Greeson 

Head, Accident Prcven.. .T. G. Males 

Dir., Police Training T. H. Keating 

Supt., Bur. of Identif. . . .T. H. Keating 

Mtmicipal Attorney Norris Montgomery 

Probation Officer Arthur W. Evans 

42 employees; 6 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 

Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Co.) Pop. 14,395 

Chief of Police Al Huntsman 

Municipal Attorney Francis Hall 

20 employees; 6 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Santa Maria (Santa Barbara Co.) Pop. 7,057 
Chief of Police L. M. McCandless 



Captain of Police B. W. Stowell 

Municipal Attorney H. T. Bailey 

Probation Officer Alfred Fauerso 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Santa Monica (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 37,146 



Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives . . . 

Chief, Patrol Div 

Head, Crime Preven 

Head, Policewomen 

Head, Traffic Div 

Dir., Police Training. . . . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

70 employees; 5 patrol 
2 ambulances 



Charles L. Dice 
A. A. Buck 
C. H. Brown 
G. Figueiredo 
H. W. Hutchinson 
Ella Brown 
L. P. Rober 
Howard Brown 
C. E. Webb 
. C. E. Webb 
, Marshall Hickson 
cars; 5 motorcycles; 



Santa Paula (Ventura Co.) 



Pop. 7,452 



Chief of Police S. T. Primmer 

Head, Traffic Div Luther Williams 

Municipal Attorney Arthur Blanchard 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Santa Rosa (Sonoma Co.) Pop. 10,636 

Chief of Police Watson Maxwell 

Municipal Attorney L. G. Hitchcock 

Probation Officer Phil Becklund 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

South Gate (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 19,632 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Earl L. Fike 

Chief of Police Willard D. Bretz 

Assistant Chief John C. Gutting 

Municipal Attorney C. Woodworth 

17 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

South Pasadena (Los Angeles Co.) 

Pop. 13,730 

Chief of Police Frank B. Higgins 

Assistant Chief E. C. Setzer 

Head, Traffic Div Ray Broadstone 

Head, Identif. Div E. C. Setzer 

Municipal Attorney Horace E. Vedder 

Probation Officer Archie Ruggles 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

South San Francisco (San Mateo Co.) 

Pop. 6,193 

Chief of Police Louis Belloni 

Assistant Chief Vincent Bianchini 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Coleberd 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



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BLUE BOOK 1930-W State— Colorado 

California — Cities of 

Stockton (San Joaquin Co.) Pop. 47,963 Probation Officer J. E. Taulson 

Chief of Police II. A. Vogelsang ^^ employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Captain of Police CO. Smith Visalia (Tulare Co.) Pop. 7,263 

Captain^of Detectives. . . . J. C.^ Dewey ^-y^. ,^ ^j p^^^-^^ j M. Fluty 

Head, Traffic Div G. L. bmith 9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 

Mumcipal Attorney . . . .T. B. Qumn j ambulance 

62 employees; 10 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons Watsonville (Santa Cruz Co.) Pop. 8,344 

-, /T A 1 /- \ r> ^ 7 071 Chief of Police James M. Graves 

Torrance (Los Angeles Co.) lop. /,//l ,o-^t ? ^ i i * i 

^ ^ ' * ' 13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 

Chief of Police John H. Stroh i patrol wagon 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles , ^ ^ ^r. . « ^^^ 

^ ^ Whittier (Los Angeles Co.) Pop. 14,822 

Tulare (Tulare Co.) Pop. 6,207 ^^j^-^^j ^j p^^^^ O. C. Smith 

Chief of Police S. T. Locke Assistant Chief Thos. R. McGaff 

Assistant Chief W. G. McMillin Head, Traffic Div Kenneth Smith 

Municipal Attorney I. H. Ham Head, Identif. Div Thos. R. McGaff 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles Municipal Attorney George W. Flory 

„ „ . ,^ , „ . -p ^A A^f, 17 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Vallejo (Solano Co.) Pop. 14,476 ^ ■' 

Chief of Police B. L. Forman Woodland (Yolo Co.) Pop. 5,542 

Assistant Chief E. C. Beck Chief of Police C. W. Garrison 

Heads, Traffic Div F. Hannigan Capt., Traffic Div C. W. Bailey 

R.Jensen Municipal Attorney J. H. Laugenour 

Heads, Identif. Div E. C. Beck Probation Officer Neal Zane 

F. Hannigan 8 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 

Municipal Attorney Russell F. O'Hara 1 patrol wagon 



Colorado 

State Capital: Denver 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Ralph L. Carr (Denver) 

Attorney General Byron Rogers (Denver) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman ^ G. E. Saunders (Denver) 

Colorado State Highway Courtesy Patrol (1308 Lincoln St., Denver) 

Supervisor J- J- Marsh 

Assistant Supervisor Gilbert R. Carrel 

133 employees; 61 patrol cars; 17 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Reformatory (Buena Vista) Walter Johnson, Supt. 

State Penitentiary (Canon City) Roy T. Best, Warden 

State Industrial School for Boys (Golden) Walter Johnson, Supt. 

State Industrial School for Girls (Mt. Morrison) Anna L. Cooley, Supt. 

Pardons and Parole Ralph L. Carr, Governor 

' Secretary of State. 

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Colorado — Counties 



THE POLICE 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co, Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act. ' 

Adams Brighton Lewis Ballard Harry Behm 

Alamosa Alamosa Maurice Smith L. M. Haynie 

Arapahoe Littleton E. E. Monzingo {See Adams Co.) 

Archuleta Pagosa Springs Earl Grouse {See La Plata Co.) 

Baca Springfield M. R. Jackson {See Las Animas 

Co.) 

Bent Las Animas L. C. Coffelt {See Las Animas 

Co.) 

Boulder Boulder Geo. A. Richart H. M. Baker ^ 

Chaffee Salida H. J. Swain {See Fremont Co.) 

Cheyenne Cheyenne Wells F. B. Fletcher {See El Paso Co.) 

Clear Creek Georgetown W. J. Harvey {See Adams Co.) 

Conejos Conejos A. Trujillo {See Alamosa Co.) 

Costilla San Luis M. Espinoza {See Alamosa Co.) 

Crowley Ordway Henry Adam {See Pueblo Co.) 

Custer Westcliffe Chas. H. Jones {See Fremont Co.) 

Delta Delta Ray R. Lockhart {See Mesa Co.) 

Denver Denver Wm. E. Guthner John A. Carroll (Frank C. Dillon 

\Ray E. Colburn 

Dolores Rico J. F. Allison {See La Plata Co.) 

Douglas Castle Rock F. H. Buckner {See El Paso Co.) 

Eagle Eagle W.M.Wilson Wm. J. Meehan 

Elbert Kiowa G. R. Browne {See El Paso Co.) 

El Paso Colorado Springs Samuel J. Deal C. L. Starrett 

Fremont Canon City Foster Ransom E. M. Eagleton 

Garfield Glenwood Roy Terrell Frank Delaney 

Springs 

Gilpin Central City Oscar Williams {See Adarns Co.) 

Grand Hot Sulphur Mark Fletcher {See Routt Co.) 

Springs 

Gunnison Gunnison Ed Lindsley {See Mesa Co.) 

Hinsdale Lake City H. Coburn {See Mesa Co.) 

Huerfano Walsenburg Claud Swift {See Las Animas 

Co.) 

Jackson Walden John D. Bulis {See Boulder Co.) 

Jefferson Golden Willis Morris {See Adams Co.) 

Kiowa Eads C. A. Wood {See Pueblo Co.) 

Kit Carson Burlington R. W. Plummer {See El Paso Co.) 

Lake Leadville C. E. Calvert {See Eagle Co.) 

La Plata Durango H. B. Sullivan J. M. Noland 

Larimer Ft. Collins Ted Schaffer {See Boulder Co.) 

Las Animas Trinidad Ray Marty John N. Mabry 

Lincoln Hugo Merlin Koerner {See El Paso Co.) 

Logan Sterling Ray R. Powell {See Morgan Co.) 

Mesa Grand Junction Chas. Lumley Wm. F. Haywood 

Mineral Creede Wm. Swinehart {See Alamosa Co.) 

Moffat.-. Craig Geo. Krieger {See Routt Co.) 

Montezuma Cortez Jesse Robinson {See La Plata Co.) 

Montrose Montrose F. L. Hovey {See Mesa Co.) 

Morgan Ft. Morgan R.A.Johnston Wm. B. Paynter ^ 

Otero La Junta John Armstrong {See Pueblo Co.) 

Ouray Ouray Jess M. Wood {See Mesa Co.) 

^Address: Longmont, Colorado. 

* Address: Brush, Colorado. 

5 Sheriffs in each county except Denver are designated by statute to serve as probation officers 

30 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Colorado 



Colorado — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Park Fairplay 

Phillips Holyoke 

Pitkin Aspen 

Prowers Lamar 

Pueblo Pueblo 

Rio Blanco Meeker 

Rio Grande Dei Xorte 

Routt Steamboat 

Springs 

Saguache Saguache 

San Juan Silverton 

San Miguel Telluride 

Sedg\vick Julesburg 

Summit Breckenridge 

Teller Cripple Creek 

Washington Akron 

\\>ld Greeley- 
Yuma Wray 



Sheriff 

S. H. Law 
H. H. Clements 
Frank Bruin 
W. C. McGuin 

Lewis Worker 
Chester Mead 
Clyde Phillips 
Fred Foster 

Ed Paul 
Fred Patterson 
L. G. Warrick 
Roy Lownsberry 
John Lee 
Cecil Markley 
W. H. Meredith 
Gus Anderson 
Ray \'an Horn 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

{See Fremont Co.) 
{See Morgan Co.) 
{Sec Garfield Co.) 
{See Las Animas 

Co.) 
Ralph L. Neary 
{See Garfield Co.) 
{See Alamosa Co.) 
Ray Monson 

{See Alamosa Co.) 
{See La Plata Co.) 
{See Mesa Co.) 
{See Morgan Co.) 
{See Eagle Co.) 
{See El Paso Co) 
{See Morgan Co) 
{See Boulder Co) 
{See Morgan Co) 



Probation Act. ' 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alamosa (Alamosa Co.) Pop. 5,107 

Chief of Police R. E. Peel 

Head, Traffic Div Ray Wells 

Municipal Attorney W. W. Piatt 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Boulder (Boulder Co.) Pop. 11,223 

Chief of Police Vacancy 

Municipal Attorney Frank L. Moorhead 

Probation Officer Al Logan 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Canon City (Fremont Co.) Pop. 5,938 

Chief of Police C. C. Nelson 

Municipal Attorney George M. Cherrie 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Colorado Springs (El Paso Co.) Pop. 33,237 

Chief of Police Hugh D. Harper 

Assistant Chief L. F. Rader 

Chief of Detectives LB. Bruce 

Head, Policewomen Dorothy Kemp 

Dir., Police Training. . . .E. C. Boatright 

Head, Identif. Div C. F. Mathews 

Head, Records Div S. H. Close 

Municipal Attorney Ben S. Wendelken 

36 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Denver (Denver Co.) 
Dir. of Public Safety . 



Pop. 287,861 
.Wm. E. Guthner 



Chief of Police A. Hanebuth 

Assistant Chief H. R. Williams 

Chief of Detectives James E. Childers 

Juvenile Officer L. H. Cottrell 

Head, Policewomen Edith S. Barker 

Head, Traffic Div James J. Pitt 

Head, Accident Preven.. .0. A. Lindquist 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Frank M. Bemus 

Head Identif. Div G. L. Beckvermit 

Head, Records Div G. L. Beckvermit 

Municipal Attorney Malcolm Lindsay 

Probation Officer Frank C. Dillon 

417 employees; 54 patrol cars; 20 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 

Durango (La Plata Co.) Pop. 5,400 

Chief of Police Leo McCartney 

Assistant Chief W. J. Cook 

Municipal Attorneys. . . . McCloskey & Beise 
3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Englewood (x\rapahoe Co.) Pop. 7,980 

Chief of Police Jerry Boyer 

Assistant Chief L. A. Jordan 

Municipal Attorney H. H. Davies 

6 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Fort Collins (Larimer Co.) Pop. 11,489 

Chief of Police Orville P. Kelley 

Municipal Attorney Herbert A. Alpert 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 



1 Sheriffs in each county except Denver are designated by statute to serve as probation officers. 

31 



Connecticut — State 



THE POLICE 



Colorado — Cities of 



Grand Junction (Mesa Co.) Pop. 10,247 

Chic} of Police Marion H. Scott 

Assistant Chief Albert Frazier 

Municipal Attorney W. R. Hinman 

Probation Officer Sadie Frey 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Greeley (Weld Co.) Pop. 12,203 

Chief of Police C. C. Hunter 

Assistant Chief La Verne Claus 

Head, Idcntif. Div La Verne Claus 

Municipal Attorney Robert G. Smith 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

La Junta (Otero Co.) Pop. 7,193 

Chief of Police D. H. Houghton 

Assistant Chief John S. Fivash 

Municipal Attorney Carl Lough 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Longmont (Boulder Co.) Pop. 6,029 

Chief of Police Orval Barr 

Assistant Chief Nick Schlupp 

Municipal Attorney J. S. Schey 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Loveland (Larimer Co.) Pop. 5,506 

Chief of Police Edgar E. Herrell 

Municipal Attorney Herman W. Seaman 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Pueblo (Pueblo Co.) Pop. 50,096 

Chief of Police J. Arthur Grady 

Chief of Detectives Luther M. Walton 

Dir., Police Training. . .E. C. Home 

Head, Identif. Div Richard Anderson 

Head, Records Div Frank G. Kolbezea 

Municipal Attorney John Barbrick 

47 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Salida (Chaffee Co.) Pop. 5,065 

Chief of Police Frank Flood 

Assistant Chief James Hegler 

Municipal Attorney Wm. S. Rush 

4 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Sterling (Logan Co.) Pop. 7,195 

Chief of Police H. M. Harris 

Assistant Chief A. R. Skinner 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Sandhouse 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Trinidad (Las Animas Co.) Pop. 11,732 

Chief of Police Mike Foudy 

Head, Traffic Div Ralph Hunter 

Munici pal Attorney John N. Mabry 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Walsenburg (Huerfano Co.) Pop. 5,503 

Chief of Police C. E. Lewis 

Municipal Attorney Angelo Mosco 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Connecticut 

State Capital: Hartford 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Raymond E. Baldwin (Hartford) 

Attorney General Francis A. Palotti (Hartford) 

Uniform Legislation Committee, Chairman George E. Beers (New Haven) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Gaynor Brennan (Stamford) 

Connecticut State Police (100 Washington St., Hartford) 

Commissioner Edward J. Hickey 

Major Frank M. Nichols 

Captain Walter F. Stiles 

Lieutenant-Inspector John J. Kelly 

Lieutenant {Fire Marshal) Frank Virelli 

Officer-in-Chg., Identif. Bureau Frank Chameroy 

Officer-in-Chg., Traffic Div Ralph J. Buckley 

Officer-in-Chg., Photography Div Frank A. Shaw 

255 employees; 220 patrol cars; 196 motorcycles 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties and Cities— Connecticut 



Connecticut — State of 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Wethersfield) Ralph H. Walker, Warden 

State Reformatory i (Cheshire) Geo. C. Erskine, Warden 

State Prison and Farm for Women (Niantic) Elizabeth Munger, Supt. 

State School for Boys - (Meriden) R- L. McLaughlin, Supt. 

Long Lane Farm ^ (Middletown) Caroline Penniman, Supt. 

Parole Officer * (Wethersfield) Geo. A. Cummings, Chief 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Fairfield Bridgeport Edward A. Piatt Lorin W. Willis 

Hartford Hartford Wm. A. Seymour Hugh M. Alcorn 

Litchfield Litchfield Ernest E. Novey W. H. Blodgett 

Middlesex Middletown B. G. Thompson B. E. Spencer 

New Haven fNew Havenl J. E. Slavin Samuel E. Hoyt 

1 Waterbury J 

New London. . . JNew Londonl Geo. H. Hoxie A. M. Brown 

\ Norwich j 

Tolland Tolland E. R. Dimock M. D. O'Connell 

Windham /Putnam 1 N. J. Fournier H. C. Bradford 

jWillimanticJ 



Prob,\tion A(;t. 

Maude Baker 
Harrison Hotchkiss 
E. Leslie Woods 
Richard C. Hall 
M. M. Harris 1 
H. M. Bradley/ 
R. W. Mansfield 

Geo. S. Dunn 
T. M. McGarry 



City Agencies and Officials 



Prosecuting Attorney. . . .Edw. J. Quinlan 

Probation Officers Thomas Monahan 

Erma Funk 
25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Danbury (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 22,261 

Chief of Police George J. Schoen 

Head, Identif. Div WiUiam Baker 

Municipal Attorney Thos. A. Keating 

Probation Officer Alden McCue 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



Ansonia (New Haven Co.) Pop. 19,898 

Chief of Police John J. Mahoney 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .McCarthy & 
Lundgren 

Probation Officer Mary E. Scully 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Bridgeport (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 146,716 

Supt. of Police Chas. A. Wheeler 

Captain of Detectives James H. Bray 

Head, Traffic Div James Walker 

Head, Accident Preven. . .John O'Cormell 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Geo. A. Washburn 

Head, Identif. Div John A. Lyddy 

Head, Records Div John A. Lyddy 

Municipal Attorneys Cullinan & Flanagan 

Probation Officer Joseph McConnell 

215 employees; 12 patrol cars; 13 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons 

Bristol (Hartford Co.) Pop. 28,451 

Chief of Police Ernest T. Belden 

Captain of Police Henry Jeglinski 

Head, Identif. Div Henry Jeglinski 

1 Males between ages of 16 to 25 years. 
^ Boys under 16 years. 

' Girls under 16 years. • i • j 

* For state prison only. Connecticut has no state parole board, paroles and probation being granted 
by the directors of the various state penal institutions. 

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Darien (Fairfield Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Prosecuting Attorney. . . . 
18 employees; 4 

Derby (New Haven Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Lieutenant of Police 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer 

10 employees; 1 patrol 



Pop. 6,951 

Edward A. Tinker 
Wm. J. Murphy 
patrol cars 

Pop. 10,788 

Thomas Van Etten 
Frank J. Manion 
William F. Healey 
Cornelius Caldwell 
car; 2 motorcycles 



Connecticut — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Connecticut — Cities of 



East Hartford (Hartford Co.) Pop. 17,125 

Chief of Police William J. McKee 

Head, Identif. Div Maxwell P. Knie 

Municipal Attorney Edward J. Carroll 

Probation Officer F. L. Carlton 

20 employees; 4 patrol cars 

East Haven (New Haven Co.) Pop. 7,815 

Chief of Police Hugh J. Farrell 

Municipal Attorney Bertram Weil 

Probation Officer R. L. Watson 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Fairfield (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 17,218 

Chief of Police Arthur J. Bennett 

Municipal Attorney Herbert L. Cohen 

Probation Officer James Wallace 

12 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Greenwich (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 5,981 

Chief of Police P.J. Flanagan 

Captain, Patrol Div T. J. McConnell 

Captain, Traffic Div John M. Gleason 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .L. Paul Burke 

Probation Officer Mrs. H. V. Bronson 

80 employees; 10 patrol cars; 11 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Hamden (New Haven Co.) Pop. 19,020 

Chief of Police Harry H. Barrows 

Head, Identif. Div David W. Howe 

Municipal Attorneys . . . .Rogers & Feldman 

Probation Officer William Hegewald 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Hartford (Hartford Co.) Pop. 164,072 

Chief of Police John J. Butler 

Assistant Chief Henry L. Hart 

Head, Traffic Div T. W. Brazel 

Chief of Detectives Frank Santoro 

Head, Identif. Div T. F. Sullivan 

Head, Records Div T. F. Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney Vincent W. Dennis 

Probation Officer Wm. T. Lynch 

84 employees; 18 patrol cars; 7 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

KiUingly (Windham Co.) Pop. 8,852 

(Policed by Borough of Danielson) 



Manchester (Hartford Co.) 



Pop. 21,973 



Chief of Police Samuel G. Gordon 

Hedd, Identif. Div W. A. Barron 

Municipal Attorney Geo. C. Lessner 

Probation Officer Thomas A. Conran 

23 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Meriden (New Haven Co.) Pop. 38,481 

Chief of Police M. B. Carroll 

Assistant Chief Walter L. Kurcon 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Walter L. Kurcon 

Head, Traffic Div G. F. Ekdahl 

Municipal Attorney Frederick Harris 

Probation Officers Mrs. E. McGow-an 

Stanley Harris 
38 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Middletown (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 24,554 

Chief of Police Chas. A. Anderson 

Head, Identif. Div Vincent Marino 

Municipal Attorney B. A. Kosicky 

Probation Officer Patrick M. Kidney 

22 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motor- 
cycles; 1 ambulance 

Milford (New Haven Co.) Pop. 12,660 

Chief of Police M. B. Fowler 

Head, Identif. Div H. Gallbronner 

Municipal Attorney Omar W. Piatt 

Probation Officer Archie Nichols 

21 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Naugatuck (New Haven Co.) Pop. 14,315 

Chief of Police John J. Gormley 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .James Dalton 

Probation Officer William Baxter 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

New Britain (Hartford Co.) Pop. 68,128 

Chief of Police William C. Hart 

Captain of Police Geo. C. EUinger 

Head, Traffic Div Edw. M. Kiely 

Prosecuting Attorney. . . .Harold Koplowitz 

Probation Officer James L. Woodward 

88 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

New Haven (New Haven Co.) Pop. 162,655 

Chief of Police Philip T. Smith 

Head, Traffic Div Henr>^ P. Clark 

Chief, Patrol Div George A. Spencer 

Head, Policewomen ]Mar>' Nevins 

Dir., Police Training. . . .C. J. Heaney 

Head, Identif. Div Owen J. Daley 

Head, Records Div Owen J. Daley 

Municipal Attorney Philip Pastore 

Probation Officer Frank Barry 

380 employees; 10 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

New London (New London Co.) Pop. 29,640 

_ Chief of Police W. T. Babcock 

" Municipal Attorney Max Boyer 



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BLUE BOOK 1039-40 



Cities — Connecticut 



Connecticut — Cities of 



Probation Officer Richard Mansfield 

51 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Norwalk (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 36,019 

Chkj of Police J. F. Dorney 

Captain of Police Thomas Dorney 

Head, Traffic Div Harry Brown 

Captain of Detectives. . . John Flynn 
Dir., Police Training. . .Charles F. Page 

Head, Records Div Gerald Brophy 

Municipal Attorney John J. Cuneo 

Probation Officer Grace Barrett 

50 employees; 6 patrol cars; 1 traffic truck 

Norwich (New London Co.) Pop. 23,021 

Chief of Police Thomas P. Murphy 

Municipal Attorney Edward G. Mckay 

Probation Officer Ellsworth Cramer 

35 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Plainfield (Windham Co.) Pop. 8,027 

(Policed by Connecticut State Police) 

Municipal Attorney Orrin Kenyon 

2 employees 

Plainville (Hartford Co.) Pop. 6,301 

(Policed by Connecticut State Police) 

Municipal Attorney William J. Foran 

Probation Officer Merritt Ryder 

Plymouth (Litchfield Co.) Pop. 6,070 

Chief of Police W. H. Eustice 

Head, Traffic Div George F. Buckley 

Municipal Attorney Charles I. Allen 

7 employees 

Putnam (Windham Co.) Pop. 7,318 

Chief of Police Leo N. DuBois 

Assistant Chief Homer W. Breault 

Municipal Attorney A. Macdonald, Jr. 

Probation Officer J. J. McGarry 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Rockville (ToUand Co.) Pop. 7,445 

Chief of Police Peter Dowgewicz 

Municipal Attorney Bernard Ackerman 

Probation Officer James Elliott 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Shelton (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 10,113 

Chief of Police Wm. S. Donovan 

Assistant Chief Edward L Barnes 

Municipal Attorney A. M. Basile 

Probation Officer Mrs. A. Willard 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Southington (Hartford Co.) 



Pop. 5,125 



Chief of Police Edward Geary 

Sergeant of Police Leslie Brooks 

Municipal Attorney J. Robert Lacey 

Probation Officer Edward Foley 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Stamford (Fairfield Co.) 



Pop. 46,346 



Chief of Police John B. Brennan 

Captain of Police Martin C. Ryan 

Chief, Patrol Div Martin C. Ryan 

Juvenile Officer Wm. J. O'Leary 

Municipal Attorney Peter J. Ryan 

Probation Officers Elizabeth Keele 

J. P. Reilly 
95 employees; 6 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance; 2 traffic trucks 



Stratford (Fairfield Co.) 



Pop. 19,212 



Chief of Police Wm. B. Nichols 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .Adrian W. Maher 

Probation Officer James SuUivan 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 



Torrington (Litchfield Co.) 



Pop. 26,040 



Chief of Police Hugh E. Meade 

Municipal Attorney Wm. H. Blodgett 

32 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Vernon (ToUand Co.) Pop. 8,703 

(See Rockville, Tolland County) 

Wallingford (New Haven Co.) Pop. 14,278 

Chief of Police George C. Abbott 

Assistant Chief James A. Tierney 

Head, Identif. Div Jas. P. Patterson 

Municipal Attorney Jos. N. Manfreda 

Probation Officer John P. Coyle 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Waterbury (New Haven Co.) Pop. 99,902 

Supt. of Police William J. Roach 

Deputy Supt Daniel Carson 

Head, Traffic Div James Magner 

Chief of Detectives Joseph Stevens 

Head, Patrol Div Fred Hickey 

Juvenile Officer Joseph Bendler 

Head, Accident Preven.. William Duggan 

Head, Identif. Div John Leary 

Head, Records Div John Leary 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Suma, Healey, 
& Myers 

Probation Officer Emil Hummel 

198 employees; 14 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 2 trucks 



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Delaware— State THE POLICE 

Connecticut — Cities of 

West Hartford (Hartford Co.) Pop. 24,941 Willimantic (Windham Co.) Pop. 12,102 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .R. L. Loomis Chief of Police Thos. F. Grady 

AcVg Chief of Police. . . .G. F. Sullivan Captain of Police Grant Bombria 

Municipal Attorney Jacob Schwolsky Head, Traffic Div Harry Kaufman 

Probation Officers Thos. H. MacNiel Municipal Attorney Authur T. Kelley 

Mrs. W. Machette Probation Officer John O'Neill 

36 employees; 9 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 23 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

1 patrol wagon Windham (Windham Co.) Pop. 13,773 

West Haven (New Haven Co.) Pop. 25,808 (Policed by Connecticut State Police) 

Chief of Police Harry W. Tuttle Municipal Attorney Arthur T. Kelley 

Municipal Attorneys. .. .V^'m. I.. UaMtn a txj ^c a r- \ r. o o<>n 

T F Carroll Jr Wmdsor (Hartford Co.) Pop. 8,290 

Probation Officer Edwin Appleton (Policed by Connecticut State Police) 

66 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; . a n -^ -uc ^a n \ t, 7 qoi 

1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance Winsted (Litchfield Co.) Pop. 7,883 

Supt. of Police W^m. E. Mulcahy 

Wethersfield (Hartford Co.) Pop. 7,512 Captain of Police Frank W. White 

Chief of Police \Vm. G. Simpson Municipal Attorney John F. Ells 

Municipal Attorney William Fribon Probation Officer E. Leslie Woods 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Delaware 

State Capital: Dover 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor R. C. McMullen (Dover) 

Attorney General Jas. R. Morford (Wilmington) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman Melville Hopkins (Dover) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Willard Springer, Jr. (Dover) 

Delaware State Police (Odd Fellows Bldg., Wilmington) 

Superintendent John R. Fader 

Captain Henry C. Ray 

Lieutenant, Traffic Div Roger Elderkin 

Sergeant, Identif. Div William Knecht 

96 employees; 25 patrol cars; 32 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

Kent County Jail ^ (Dover) G. H. Minner, Warden 

New Castle County Jail ^ (Greenbank) Ellwood Wilson, Warden 

Sussex County Jail ^ (Georgetown) J- D. Smith, Warden 

Ferris Industrial School (Marshalltown) Mrs. Sadie Harrison, Supt. 

Industrial School for Girls (Claymont) Mary Dewees, Supt. 

Industrial School for Colored Girls (Marshalltown) R. L. Minker, Supt. 

State Parole Officer (County Bldg., Wilmingtcn) Jas. W. Robertson 

' State prisoners housed in county jails. 

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BLUE BOOK 19^9-40 State— Florida 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Skat Shkriff Co. Pros. Atty. i Probation Act. 

Kent Dover Grier Minner W. J. Storey Linda Layton 

New Castle Wilmington Samuel Ford /Claire Killoranl I. T. McClure 

\T. llerlihy, Jr./ 

Sussex Georgetown E. J. Suthard W. J. Storey Chas. Whaley 



City Agencies and Officials 



Wilmington (New Castle Co.) Pop. 106,597 
Supt. of Public Safety . . .A. J. Kavanaugh 

Chief of Police Frank J. Mahoney 

Head, Traffic Div Michael J. Jordon 

Chief of Detectives James C. Riley 



Head, Identif. Div Howard R. Ingram 

Municipal Attorney David F. Anderson 

Probation Officer Clarence A. Lynn 

178 employees; 14 patrol cars; 21 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 



District of Columbia 

District Agencies and Officials 



Metropolitan District 

Major and Supt 

Assistant Supt 

Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Chief of Detectives. . 
Head, Crime Preven 
Juvenile Officers. . . . 



Police Pop. 486,869 
Ernest W. Brown 
L. I. H. Edwards 
W. E. Holmes 
B. W. Thompson 
H. W. Lineburg 
A. W. Kasius 
E. L. Hayes 



Head, Policewomen Rhoda J. Milliken 

Head, Accident Preven.. .M. D. Smith 
Dir., Police Training. . . .W. T. Storm 

Head, Identif. Div V. H. Larsen 

Head, Records Div A. A. Durkin 

District Attorney Elwood Seal 

Probation Officer Joseph Sanford 

1,498 employees; 36 patrol cars; 72 motor- 
cycles; 14 patrol wagons 



Florida 

State Capital: Tallahassee 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Fred P. Cone (Tallahassee) 

Attorney General G. C. Gibbs (Tallahassee) 

State Beverage Department, Director Thos. W. Long (Tallahassee) 

State Beverage Department, Ass't Director F. E. Henderson (Tallahassee) 

State Department of Public Safety ^ (Tallahassee) 

Executive Board /Gov. Fred P. Cone 

\ Arthur B. Hale 

HIGHWAY PATROL DIVISION (Tallahassee) 

Director Vacancy 

Assistant Director Vacancy 

MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE DIVISION (Martin Bldg., Tallahassee) 

Commissioner D. W. Finley 

Chief Clerk B. F. Smith 

1 Appointed by the Attorney General of the state. 

2 Department created by legislature in August, 1939. 

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Florida — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Florida — State of 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison and Farm (Raiford) L. F. Chapman, Supt. 

Industrial School for Boys (Marianna) Millard Davidson, Supt. 

Industrial School for Girls (Ocala) Lola C. Skipper, Supt. 

State Board of Pardons Gov. F. P. Cone, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Alachua Gainsville 

Baker Macclenny 

Bay Panama City 

Bradford Starke 

Brevard Titusville 

Broward Ft. Lauderdale 

Calhoun Bountstown 

Charlotte Punta Gorda 

Citrus r Inverness 

Clay Green Cove 

Springs 

Collier Everglades 

Columbia Lake City 

Dade Miami 

DeSoto Arcadia 

Dixie Cross City 

Duval Jacksonville 

Escambia Pensacola 

Flagler Bunnell 

Franklin Apalachicola 

Gadsden Quincy 

Gilchrist Trenton 

Glades Moore Haven 

Gulf Wewahitchka 

Hamilton Jasper 

Hardee Wauchula 

Hendry LaBelle 

Hernando B rooks ville 

Highlands Sebring 

Hillsborough .... Tampa 

Holmes Bonifay 

Indian River. . . .Vero Beach 

Jackson Marianna 

Jefferson Monticello 

Lafayette Mayo 

Lake Tavares 

Lee Ft. Myers 

Leon. ..." Tallahassee 

Levy Bronson 

Liberty Bristol 

Madison Madison 

Manatee Bradenton 

Marion Ocala 

Martin Stuart 

Monroe Key West 

Nassau Fernandina 

Okaloosa Crestview 



Sheriff 

J. P. Ramsey 
S. R. Green 
John Scott 
A. O. Andrew 
H. T. Williams 
Walter R. Clarke 
J. K. Musgrove 
J. H. Lipscomb 
Chas. S. Dean 
J. P. HaU 

L. J. Thorp 
Walter W. Davis 

D. C. Coleman 
J. E. Albritton 
F. L. Anderson 
Rex Sweat 
H. E. Gandy 

E. W. Johnson 
C. L. Robbins 
W. M. Irman 
R. E. Davis 
J. J. Wiggins 
Byrd E. Parker 
A. F. Hancock 
W. B. Whidden 
H. L. Delaney 
Neil F. Law 
Doyle Schumacher 
J. R. McLeod 
L. F. Brown 
Wm. Frick 
Walter Watford 

A. S. Grant 
J. C. Sessions 

B. A. Cassady 
Bob King 

F. Stoutamire 
W. B. Whidden 
O. M. Revels 
L. T. Davis 

C. J. Hutcher 
Gordon Morehead 
C. Christiansen 
K. O. Thompson 
A. Higginbotham 
John P. Steel 

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Co. Pros. Atty. 

J. C. Adkins 
J. C. Adkins 
J. H. Carter, Jr. 
J. C. Adkins 
M. W. Overstreet 
Louis F. Maire 
J. H. Carter, Jr. 
Roy D. Stubbs 
J. W. Hunter 
W. A. Hallowes 

Roy D. Stubbs 
A. K. Black 
G. A. Worley 
Roy D. Stubbs 
A. K. Black 
W. A. HaUowes 
E. D. Beggs, Jr. 
Murray Sams 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
J. C. Adkins 
Roy D. Stubbs 
J. H. Carter, Jr. 
A. K. Black 
L. Grady Burton 
Roy D. Stubbs 
J. W. Hunter 
L. Grady Burton 
J. Rex Farrior 
J. H. Carter, Jr. 
M. W. Overstreet 
J. H. Carter, Jr. 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
A. K. Black 
J. W. Hunter 
Roy D. Stubbs 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
J. C.Adkins 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
A. K. Black 
Roy D. Stubbs 
J. W. Hunter 
M. W. Overstreet 
G. A. Wodey 
W. A. HaUowes 
E. D. Beggs, Jr. 



Probation Act. 



Mrs. Kate Cason 



P. M. Martens 



J. C. Lanier 
Bleecker Forbes 



J. H. Whidden 



S. W. Dimberline 
Mrs. E. Hennessee 



John S. Baker 
Mrs. G. I. Davis 



Mary Johnson 
Helen Sutton 



E. R. Hopkins 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Florida 



Florida — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Okeechobee Okeechobee 

Orange Orlando 

Osceola Kissimmee 

Palm Beach West Palm Beach 

Pasco Dade City 

Pinellas Clearwater 

Polk Bartow- 
Putnam Palatka 

St. Johns St. Augustine 

St. Lucie Ft. Pierce 

Santa Rosa Milton 

Sarasota Sarasota 

Seminole Sanford 

Sumter Bushnell 

Suwannee Live Oak 

Taylor Perry 

Union Lake Butler 

Volusia DeLand 

Wakulla Crawfordville 

Walton DeFuniak 

Springs 
Washington Chipley 



Sheriff 

C. C. Simmons 
Frank Karel 
Young Tindall 
W. H. Lawrence 
O. A. Allen 
E.G. Cunningham 
W. W. Chase 
R. J. Hancock 
E. E. Boyce 

B. A. Brown 
Joe T. Allen 

C. B. Pearson 

C. M. Hand 
W. T. Coleman 
P. B. Cannon 
S. L. Wilson 
W. Brannen, Jr. 
S. E. Stone 

E. C. Ferrell 

D. C. Atkison 

J. P. Harrell 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

M. W. Overstreet 
M. W. Overstreet 
M. W. Overstreet 
Louis F. Maire 
C. B. McMullen 
C. B. McMuUen 
L. Grady Burton 
Murray Sams 
Murray Sams 
M. W. Overstreet 
E. D. Beggs, Jr. 
Roy D. Stubbs 
M. W. Overstreet 
J. W. Hunter 
A. K. Black 
A. K. Black 
J. C. Adkins 
Murray Sams 
O. C. Parker, Jr. 
E. D. Beggs, Jr. 

J. H. Carter, Jr. 



Probation Act. 

C. C. Simmons 
C. L. Farris 

T. D. Gunter 

R. L. Turner 
Harvey Pinson 

Mrs. Mary Groh 



Mrs. Howard Dial 



Mrs. M. Donovan 
Mrs. G. Nesmith 



City Agencies and Officials 



Bartow (Polk Co.) Pop. 5,269 

Chief of Police L. K. Amlong 

Municipal Attorney M. J. Wilson 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bradenton (Manatee Co.) Pop. 5,986 

Chief of Police Clyde Benton 

Municipal Attorney Hubert Blakey 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Clearwater (Pinellas Co.) Pop. 7,607 

Chief of Police Joe L. Russell 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Richards 

12 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Coral Gables (Dade Co.) Pop. 5,697 

Chief of Police D. E. Sox 

Head, Identif. Div C. W. Heckman 

Head, Records Div L. H. Solie 

Municipal Attorney Morton B. Adams 

16 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Daytona Beach (Volusia Co.) Pop. 16,598 

Chief of Police John A David 

Head, Identif. Div F. N. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Thos. N. Tappey 

38 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Fort Lauderdale (Broward Co.) Pop. 8,666 

Chief of Police R. B. McDonald 

Head, Identif. Div R. A. Addison 

Municipal Attorney George English 



Probation Officer Charles Crimm 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Fort Myers (Lee Co.) Pop. 9,082 

Chief of Police C. S. Moore 

Assistant Chief William Jeffcott 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Gainesville (Alachua Co.) Pop. 10,465 

Chief of Police J. B. Clements 

Municipal Attorney S. T. Dell, Jr. 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Jacksonville (Duval Co.) Pop. 129,549 

Chief of Police A. J. Roberts 

Captain of Police H. C. Brown 

Chief of Detectives E. L. Acosta 

Head, Traffic Div L. A. Reynolds 

Head, Crime Preven Sherman Cannon 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Sherman Cannon 

Head, Identif. Div 0. H. Highsmith 

Municipal Attorney Austin Miller 

198 employees; 20 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Key West (Monroe Co.) Pop. 12,831 

Chief of Police Ivan Elwood 

Captain of Police Alberto Camero 

Head, Traffic Div Basil Tynes 

Municipal Attorney H. H. Taylor, Jr. 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



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Florida — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Florida — Cities of 



Lakeland (Polk Co.) Pop. 18,554 

Chief of Police Roy V. Huchingson 

Captain of Police Paul Jennings 

Municipal Attorney A. R. Carver 

28 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Lake Worth (Palm Beach Co.) Pop. 5,940 

ChieJ of Police G. S. Sanders 

Assistant Chief S. H. Schlappich 

Municipal Attorney C. L. McCoy 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 110,637 

.D.G.Reynolds 
. .H. Leslie Quigg 
. .F. E. Nelson 
. .L. O. Scarboro 
. .L. O. Scarboro 
. . F. E. Nelson 
..W.J. McCarthy 
. .D. G. Reynolds 

. F. J. Manning 



Miami (Dade Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safety . 
Chief of Police. . . . 
Assistant Chief . . , 
Chief of Detectives. 
Head, Crime Preven. . . 
Head, Policewomen. . . 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Accident Preven. 
Dir., Police Training. . 

Head Idcntif. Div James O. Barker 

Head, Records Div H. B. Young 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Watson, Jr. 

Probation Officer Paul Martens 

242 employees; 35 patrol cars; 30 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

Miami Beach (Dade Co.) Pop. 6,494 

Chief of Police H. \'. Yocum 

Municipal Attorney J. H. Robillard 

41 employees; 12 patrol cars; 11 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Ocala (Marion Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief . . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Head, Records Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 

9 employees; 1 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Orlando (Orange Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Head, Traffic Div 

Municipal Attorney 

54 employees; 7 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Panama City (Bay Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney 

5 employees; 1 

Pensacola (Escambia Co.) Pop. 31,579 

Chief of Police William O'Connell 



Pop. 7,281 

J. H. Spencer 
W. R. Elliott 
H. B. Bostick 
J. F. W'illiams 
J. F. Williams 
W. Robert Smith 
car; 2 motorcycles; 

Pop. 27,330 

Billie Smith 
John W. Shaw 
Campbell Thornal 
cars; 6 motorcycles; 

Pop. 5,402 

George IMcCall 
J. M. Sapp 
patrol car 



Assistant Chief A. O. Godwin 

Head, Idcntif. Div F. S. Bobe 

Municipal Attorney Ernest E. Mason 

48 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

St. Augustine (St. Johns Co.) Pop. 12,111 

Chief of Police William Lindsey 

Assistant Chief V. S. Stuart 

Head, Identif. Div V. S. Stuart 

Municipal Attorney E. N. Calhoun 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

St. Petersburg (Pinellas Co.) Pop. 40,425 

Chief of Police E. D. \'aughn 

Assistant Chief J. S. Siers 

Head, Identif. Div J. J. Mitchell 

Municipal Attorney Harry I. Young 

58 employees; 7 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Sanford (Seminole Co.) Pop. 10,100 

Chief of Police Roy G. Williams 

Head, Identif. Div J. A. Howard 

Municipal Attorney Fred R. Wilson 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Sarasota (Sarasota Co.) Pop. 8,398 

Chief of Police E. A. Garner 

Municipal Attorney J. J. Williams, Jr. 

12 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

South Jacksonville (Duval Co.) Pop. 5,597 
(See Jacksonville) 

Tallahassee (Leon Co.) Pop. 10,700 

Chief of Police G. Powledge 

Lieut, of Police E. B. Eklund 

Head, Traffic Div E. B. Eklund 

Head, Idcntif. Div H. Fairbanks 

Municipal Attorney James Messer, Jr. 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Tampa (HiUsborough Co.) Pop. 101,161 

Chief of Police C. J. Woodruff 

Chief of Detectives W. D. Bush 

Head, Identif. Div H. V. Murrell 

West Palm Beach (Palm Beach Co.) 

Pop. 26,610 

Chief of Police Robert W. Milburn 

Municipal Attorney Paul W. Potter 

36 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Winter Haven (Polk Co.) Pop. 7,130 

Chief of Police D. W. Sinclair 

Municipal Attorney H. N. Sinclair 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



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State and Counties — Georgia 



Georgia 

State Capital: Atlanta 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor E. D. Rivers (Atlanta) 

Attorney General KHis 0. Arnall (Atlanta) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Orady Head (Atlanta) 

State Department of Public Safety (P. O. Box 1456, Atlanta) 

Commissioner Lon Sullivan 

Acting Deputy Commissioner D. Frank Simmons, Jr. 

GEORGIA STATE PATROL (P. O. Box 1456, Atlanta) 

Commissioner Lon Sullivan 

Captain, Commanding Officer D. Frank Simmons, Jr. 

Captain, Chief D) ivcrs' License Examiner Robert G. Mayo 

Lieutenant, 1st Division 0. W. Whiteside 

Lieutenant, 2nd Division W. D. Veal 

166 employees 

BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION (Atlanta) 

Captain Arthur L. Hutchins 

Lieutenant Joseph Bray 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison System (Atlanta) Phil Anderson, Supcrv'r 

State Prison (Reidsville) Mark Sims, Warden 

State Prison for Women (Milledgeville) J. E. Smith, Warden 

Training School for Boys (Milledgeville) W. E. Ireland, Supt. 

Training School for Girls (Atlanta) Mrs. M. E. Sikes, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Atlanta) Judge G. A. Johns, Chairman 



Sheriff 



Sheriff 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty.' 

Appling Baxley H. L. Padgett {See Wayne Co.) Sheriff 

Atkinson Pearson M. L. Davis {See Clinch Co.) 

Bacon Alma A. F. Courson {See Cofee Co.) 

Baker Newton M. C. Screws {See Mitchell Co.) 

Baldwin Milledgeville W. L. Harrison {See Morgan Co.) 

Banks Homer Farris Brewer {See Gwinnett Co.) 

Barrow Winder J. T. WiUiams {See Gwinnett Co.) 

Bartow Cartersville G. W. Gadis {See Gordon Co.) 

Ben Hill Fitzgerald J. D. Griner Allen C. Garden 

Berrien Nashville N.N.Hughes {See Clinch Co.) 

Bibb Macon J. R. Hicks, Jr. C. H. Garrett 

Bleckley Cochran J.D.Padgett {See Pulaski Co.) 

Brantley Nahunta T. E. Raulerson {See Cofee Co.) 

Brooks Quitman C. E. Clanton Geo. R. Lilly 

Bryan Clyde H. W. Speir {See Long Co.) 

Bulloch Statesboro L. M. Mallard W.G.Neville 

Burke Waynesboro J. L. Herrington {See Richmond Co.) 

Butts Jackson G. T. Thurston {See Monroe Co.) 

Calhoun Morgan J. B. Adams {See Mitchell Co.) 

^ Solicitors General of state judicial circuits. 

41 



Probation Act. 



H. E. Papel 
M. Wilson J 



Georgia — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Georgia — Counties of 



CouNTV Co. Seat 

Camden Woodbine 

Candler Metter 

Carroll Carroll ton 

Catoosa Ringgold 

Charlton Folks ton 

Chatham Savannah 

Chattahoochee. . . Cusseta 

Chattooga Summerville 

Cherokee Canton 

Clarke Athens 

Clay Fort Gaines 

Clayton Jonesboro 

Clinch Homerville 

Cobb Marietta 

Coffee Douglas 

Colquitt Moultrie 

Columbia Appling 

Cook Adel 

Coweta Newnan 

Crawford Knoxville 

Crisp Cordele 

Dade Trenton 

Dawson DawsonviUe 

Decatur Bainbridge 

DeKalb Decatur 

Dodge Eastman 

Dooly Vienna 

Dougherty Albany 

Douglas Douglasville 

Early Blakely 

Echols Statenville 

Effingham Springfield 

Elbert Elberton 

Emanuel Swainsboro 

Evans Claxton 

Fannin Blue Ridge 

Fayette Fayetteville 

Floyd Rome 

Forsyth Gumming 

Franklin Caresville 

Fulton Atlanta 

Gilmer EUijay 

Glascock Gibson _ 

Glynn Brunswick 

Gordon Calhoun 

Grady Cairo 

Greene Greenesboro 

Gwinnett Lawrenceville 

Habersham Clarkesville 

Hall. . .- Gainesville 

Hancock Sparta 

Haralson Buchanan 

Harris Hamilton 

Hart Hartwell 

Heard Franklin 

Henry McDonough 

1 Solicitors General of state judicial 



Sheriff 

G. B. Smith 
J. H. Flint 

B. B. Kilgore 
J. N. Moreland 
J. O. Sikes 

W. S. MacFeeley 
J. T. Van Horn 
Frank KeUett 
Lee Spears 
W. E. Jackson 
A. E. Hamilton 
E. L. Adamson 
J. F. Poppell 
E. M. Legg 
R. C. Rehhan 
T. B. Beard 
J. P. Crawford 
V. Rooks 
A. L. Potts 
H. E. Seagler 
J. H. Pitts 
G. C. Tatum 

C. E. Crawford 
W. J. Catledge 
J. R. HaU 

J. C. Lewis 
Cos Vinson 
O. F. Tarver 
M. Abercrombie 
S. W. Howell 
W. M. Smith 
H. O. Carr 
J. A. Starke 
P. L. Youmans 
J. C. Durrence 
J. L. Hawkins 
M. G. Sams 
M. E. Horton 
L. A. Wheeler 
T. W. Andrews 
J. C. Aldredge 
W. E. Rackley 
J. L. Kitchens 
Geo. M. Owens 
G. E. Whelchel 

E. O. Allgood 
W. A. Reynolds 
J. P. May son 

F. C. Wofford 
A. W. Bell 

R. C. Wiley 
L. J. White 
M. D. Hadley 
A. B. Brown 
C. W. Bledsoe 
H. M. Amis 



Co. Pros. Atty. i 

{See Wayne Co.) 
W. H. Lanier 
{See Coweta Co.) 
{See Gordon Co.) 
{See Coffee Co.) 
Samuel A. Cann 
{See Muscogee Co.) 
{See Walker Co.) 
H. G. Vandiviere 
Henry H. West 
{See Randolph Co.) 
{See DeKalb Co.) 
H. C. Morgan 
{See Cherokee Co.) 
John S. Gibson 
{See Brooks Co.) 
{See Richmond Co.) 
{See Clinch Co.) 
W. Y. Atkinson 
{See Bibb Co.) 
{See Ben Hill Co.) 
{See Gordon Co.) 
{See Hall Co.) 
{See Mitchell Co.) 
R. C. Leathers 
{See Pulaski Co.) 
{See Ben Hill Co.) 
{See Mitchell Co.) 
{See Paulding Co.) 
{See Randolph Co.) 
{See Brooks Co.) 
{See Bulloch Co.) 
{See Hart Co.) 
{See Candler Co.) 
{See Long Co.) 
{See Cherokee Co.) 
{See Spalding Co.) 
{See Walker Co.) 
{See Cherokee Co.) 
{See Hart Co.) 
John A. Boykin 
{See Cherokee Co.) 
{See Warren Co.) 
{See Wayne Co.) 
J. H. PaschaU 
{See Mitchell Co.) 
{See Morgan Co.) 
B. F. Simpson 
{See Hall Co.) 
G. F. KeUey 
{See Morgan Co.) 
{See Paulding Co.) 
{See Muscogee Co.) 
A. S. Skelton 
{See Coweta Co.) 
{See Monroe Co.) 



Probation Act. 



Geo. Sullivan 



V. Coppinger 



D. R. Bryan 

Mrs. T. N. Fulton 



Nelson Tift 



Mrs. F. M. Scott 
G. A. Maddox 

Roy B. Setzer 

C. F. Richter 
Sheriff 

T. B. Rhett 



circuits. 



42 



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Cou n ties — Georgia 



Probation Act. 



James Whitley 



Sheriff 



Georgia — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty.i 

Houston Perry C. C. Pierce {See Bibb Co.) 

Irwin OciUa W.E.Tyler (Sec Tift Co.) 

Jackson Jefferson R. M. Culberson {See Gwinnett Co.) 

Jasper Monticello W. F. Person {See Morgan Co.) 

Jeff Davis Hazlehurst Geo. W. Hesters {See Wayne Co.) 

JetTerson Louisville Jas. Hubbard {Sec Candler Co.) 

Jenkins Miller D. W. Johnson {See Bulloch Co.) 

Johnson Wrightsville W. D. Rowland J. R. Rowland 

Jones Gray J. P. Hawkins {See Morgan Co.) 

Lamar Barnesville J. G. Morris {Sec Monroe Co.) 

Lanier Lakeland J. StudstUls {See Clinch Co.) 

Laurens Dublin I. F. Coleman {See Johnson Co.) J. J. Flanders 

Lee Leesburg W. E. Tarpley E. L. Forrester 

Liberty Hinesville P. H. Sikes {See Long Co.) 

Lincoln Lincoln ton W. J. Hammond {See Warren Co.) 

Long Ludowici T. F. Chapman R. L. Dawson 

Lowndes Valdosta J. L. Spivey {Sec Brooks Co.) 

Lumpkin Dahlonega J. Gillespie {See Hall Co.) 

McDuffie Thomson L. J. Morris {Sec Warren Co.) 

Mcintosh Darien A. S. Poppell {See Long Co.) 

Macon Oglethorpe W. T. Jolley {See Lee Co.) 

Madison Danielsville T. L. Henley {See Hart Co.) 

Marion Buena Vista J. S. Wiggins {See Muscogee Co.) 

Meriwether Greenville C. H. Collier {See Coweta Co.) 

Miller Colquitt W. R. Tabb {See Randolph Co.) 

MitcheU Camilla W. H. Boggs C. E. Crow 

Monroe Forsyth L. C. Bittick F. B. Willingham 

Montgomery .... Mount Vernon T. G. Peterson {See Pulaski Co.) 

Morgan Madison G. P. Saye C. S. Baldwin, Jr. 

Murray Chatsworth B. H. Wilbanks {See Gordon Co.) 

Muscogee Columbus C. C. Layfield Hupert Calhoun Elsie Lanier 

Newton Covington B. L. Johnson {See DcKalb Co.) 

Oconee Watkinsville A. Y. Crowley {See Clarke Co.) 

Oglethorpe Lexington T. E. Watkins {See Hart Co.) 

Paulding Dallas Ned Williams H. C. Hutchens 

Peach Fort Valley J. E. Lee {See Bibb Co.) 

Pickens Jasper J. M. Poole {See Cherokee Co.) 

Pierce Blackshear H. M. Carter {See Cojfee Co.) 

Pike Zebulon J. C. Bennett {See Spalding Co.) 

Polk Cedartown C. D. Stone {See Paulding Co.) 

Pulaski Hawkinsville Jim Hill M. H. Boyer 

Putnam Eatonton J. L. Paschall {See Morgan Co.) 

Quitman Georgetown J. C. Gay {See Randolph Co.) 

Rabun Clayton L. F. Rickman {See Hall Co.) 

Randolph Cuthbert W. E. Taylor R. A. Patterson 

Richmond Augusta M. G. Whittle George Hains 

Rockdale Conyers J. F. Cook {See DeKalb Co.) 

Schley Ellaville E. C. Rigsby {See Lee Co.) 

Screven Sylvania J. J. Griffin {See Bulloch Co.) 

Seminole Donalsonville C. L. Chandler {See Randolph Co.) 

Spalding Griffin H. T. McWilliams W. H. Connor 

Stephens Toccoa F. A. Stowe {See Hall Co.) 

Stewart Lumpkin S. Worthington {See Lee Co.) 

Sumter Americus W. P. McArthur {See Lee Co.) 

Talbot Talbotton John M. Shipp {See Muscogee Co.) 

^ Solicitors General of state judicial circuits. 

43 



Mrs. E. Hamilton 



Georgia — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Georgia — Counties of 



County Co. Skat 

Taliaferro Crawf ordville 

Tattnall Reidsville 

Tavlor Butler 

Telfair McRae 

Terrell Dawson 

Thomas Thomasville 

Tift Tifton 

Toombs Lyons 

Towns Hiawassee 

Treulten Soperton 

Troup La Grange 

Turner Ashburn 

Twiggs Jeffersonville 

Union Blairsville 

Upson Thomaston 

Walker LaFayette 

Walton Monroe 

Ware Waycross 

Warren Warren ton 

Washington Sandersville 

Wayne Jesup 

Webster Preston 

Wheeler Alamo 

White Cleveland 

Whitfield Dal ton 

Wilcox Abbeville 

Wilkes Washington 

Wilkinson Irwinton 

Worth Sylvester 



Sheriff 

R. M. Moore 
J. H. Kennedy 
J. M. Bone 
J. B. Walker 
J. A. Turner 
C. M. Dixon 

J. M. Walker 
R. E. Gray 
Harry England 
G. R. Baldwick 
H. V. HiUyer 
Alex Storey 
S. G. Kitchens 
Ed Jones 
C. G. Meeks 
H. C. Shelby 
E. S. Gordon 
H. J. Sweat 
G. P. Hogan 
A. W. Smith 
R. E. Warren 
T. J. Jordan 
H. N. Sears 
Lat Vandiver 
J. T. Bryant 
L. W. Pearce 
G. H. Lunsford 
T. Sanders 
J. N. Sumner 



Co. Pros. Atty.' 



Probation Act. 



{See Warren Co.) 

{See Long Co.) 

{See Muscogee Co.) 

{See Pulaski Co.) Leroy Clements 

{See Randolph Co.) 

{See Brooks Co.) 



W. C. Forehand 
{Sec Candler Co.) 
{See Hall Co.) 
{See Pulaski Co.) 
{See Coweta Co.) 
{See Tift Co.) 
{Sec Johnson Co.) 
{See Hall Co.) 
{See Spalding Co.) 
J. Ralph Rosser 
{See Clarke Co.) 
{See Co fee Co.) 
J. C. Davis 
{Sec Candler Co.) 
W. Glenn Thomas 
{See Lee Co.) 
{See Pulaski Co.) 
{See Hall Co.) 
{See Gordon Co.) 
{See Ben Hill Co.) 
{See Warren Co.) 
{See Morgan Co.) 
{See Tift Co.) 



Mrs. E. McKin- 

non 
D. C. Rainey 



Viola Burks 
Joe Hancock 
B. Whitehurst 



J. L. Rowland 
John M. Cox 

Mabel Harper 



Clifford Grubs 



City Agencies and Officials 



Albany (Dougherty Co.) Pop. 14,507 

Chief of Police C. Ray 

Assistant Chief E. C. Powell 

Head, Idcntif. Div C. A. Williford 

Municipal Attorney S. B. Lippitt 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Americus (Sumter Co.) Pop. 8,760 

Chief of Police J. N. Worthy ■ 

Assistant Chief V. L. Autry 

Head, Traffic Div T. J. Davis 

Municipal Attorney H. 0. Jones 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Athens (Clarke Co.) Pop. 18,192 

Chief of Tolice E. Weldon Wood 

Municipal Attorney Lamar C. Rucker 

Probation Officer Henry C. Tuck 

21 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Atlanta (Fulton Co.) Pop. 270,366 

Chief of Police M. A. Hornsby 

^ Solicitors General of state judicial circuits. 



Assistant Chief 

Supt. of Detectives 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Accident Preven. 
Dir., Police Training. . 

Head, Idcntif. Div 

Head, Records Div. . . . 
Municipal Attorney . . . 
Prohatio>i Officer. 



A. J. Holcombe 
.J. A. McKibben 
.J. T. Malcom 
.Harry Maddox 
.C. D. Hardeman 
.B. W. Seabrook 
.J. D. Young 
.J. C. Savage 

J. C. Ragsdale 



435 employees; 34 patrol cars; 29 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

Augusta (Richmond Co.) Pop. 60,342 

Chief of Police C. J. Wilson 

Assistant Chief George R. Folds 

Head, Traffic Div F. L. Fallaw 

Chief of Detectives W. U. Redd 

Head, Accident Preven. . . F. L. Fallaw 

Head, Records Div Thomas D. Beckum 

Municipal Attorney W. T. Gary 

108 employees; 17 patrol cars; 14 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 



44 



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Cities — Georgia 



Georgia — Cities of 



Bainbridge (Decatur Co.) Pop. 6,141 

CliicJ of Police Idus J. Lynn 

Assistant Chief R. T. Humphrey 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Brunswick (Glynn Co.) Pop. 14,022 

Chief of Police J. E. Register 

Assistant Chief O. E. Burch 

Head, Traffic Div C. W. Coins 

Head, Ide'ntif. Div J. H. Bisson 

Municipal Attorney B. N. Nightengale 

16 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Carrollton (Carroll Co.) Pop. 5,052 

Chief of Police C. B. Boyd 

Municipal Attorney B. F. Boykin 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Cartersville (Bartow Co.) Pop. 5,250. 

Chief of Police L. V. Payne 

Assistant Chief H. G. Davis 

5 employees ; 2 patrol cars 

Cedartown (Polk Co.) Pop. 8,124 

Chief of Police J. B. Tamplin 

Assistant Chief Starling Lyons 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Edwards 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Columbus (Muscogee Co.) Pop. 43,131 

Chief of Police H. W. Cornett 

Chief of Detectives H. M. Adair 

Head, Traffic Div E. S. IMoncriefE 

Head, Idcnlif. Div W. C. Jones 

Municipal Attorney William Worsley 

71 employees; 8 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Cordele (Crisp Co.) Pop. 6,880 

Chief of Police R. T. Tucker 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dalton (Whitfield Co.) Pop. 8,160 

Chief of Police B. H. Butler 

Assistant Chief C. N. Keown 

Municipal Attorney I. S. Adams 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Decatur (DeKalb Co.) Pop. 13,276 

Chief of Police George S. Swords 

Municipal Attorney B. H. Burgess 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

East Point (Fulton Co.) Pop. 9,512 

Chief of Police W. H. Tyler 

Assistant Chief J. W. West 

Municipal Attorney Ezra Phillipps 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Gainsville (Hall Co.) Pop. 8,624 

(///(/ ()/ Police J. R. Westbrook 

Assistant Chief E. E. Bagwell 

Municipal Attorney W. Whelchel 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Griffin (Spalding Co.) Pop. 10,321 

Chief of Police J. S. Harper 

Municipal Attorney J. O. Futral 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

La Grange (Troup Co.) Pop. 20,131 

Chief of Police J. E. INlathews 

Assistant Chief W. E. Keeble 

Head, Identif. Div R. E. Hawkins, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney B. J. Mayer 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Macon (Bibb Co.) Pop. 53,829 

Chief of Police B. T. Watkins 

Head, Traffic Div W. S. Arrington 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. W. E. McCord 

Head, Identif. Div J. C. Smith 

Head, Records Div J. C. Smith 

Municipal Attorney E. W. Maynard 

73 employees; 7 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Marietta (Cobb Co.) Pop. 7,638 

Chief of Police W. J. Black, Jr. 

City Marshal R. Banks Dupre 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Pop. 8,027 

L. L. Smith 

R. C. Page 

H. H. Whelchel 

W. H. Riddlespurger 



Moultrie (Colquitt Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief. . . . 
Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer w . ix. ±viui 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 



Pop. 6,386 
J. E. McWaters 



Newnan (Coweta Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney A. H. Freeman 

Probation Officer A. W. Powers 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Rome (Floyd Co.) Pop. 21,843 

Chief of Police C.I. Harris 

Assistant Chief R. E. Jenkins 

Head, Traffic Div Brody Tolbert 

Head, Identif. Div R. E. Jenkins 

Municipal Attorney Chastane Parker 

26 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Savannah (Chatham Co.) Pop. 85,024 

Comm'r of Police John E. Foy 

Captain of Police John J. Clancy 



45 



Idaho — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Georgia — Cities of 

Chief of Detectives John C. McCarthy Valdosta (Lowndes Co.) Pop. 13,482 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. T. A. Moore /-/•// n ;■ t> t t^ 

Head, Identif. Div R. D. Doney Chief of Police. ?• L. Kemp 

Municipal Attorney Spence W. Gravson ,^'^^.' ^,Tfn l{ \ ^'"^^l 

160 employees; 22 patrol cars; 12 motor- ^l^^'^Py ^"'"''f>'- , " V^" \ FranUm 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon ^^ employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Thomasville (Thomas Co.) Pop. 11,733 Waycross (Ware Co.) Pop. 15,510 

Chief of Police J. M. Hancock Chief of Police W. A. Yawn 

Captain of Police J. M. Richards Captain of Police R. I. Morgan 

Municipal Attorney W. W. Alexander Municipal Attorney F. B. McDonald, Jr. 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Idaho 

State Capital: Boise 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor C. A. Bottolfsen (Boise) 

Attorney General J. W. Taylor (Boise) 

Department of Liquor Control, Director G. O. Wright (Boise) 

State Department of Law Enforcement (P. O. Box 1129, Boise) 

Commissioner Harry M. Rayner 

Deputy Commissioner Howard E. Carlson 

DAHO state police (Boise) 

Captain Commanding Howard E. Carlson 

48 employees; 41 patrol cars 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Boise) P. C. Meredith, Warden 

Industrial Training School (St. Anthony) E. P. Newby, Supt. 

Chief Parole Officer Herman Fails 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Ada Boise 

Adams Council 

Bannock Pocatello 

Bear Lake Paris 

Benewah St. Maries 

Bingham Blackfoot 

Blaine Hailey 

Boise Idaho City 

Bonner Sandpoint 

Bonneville Idaho Falls 

Boundary Bonners Ferry 

Butte Arco 

Camas Fairfield 

Canyon CaldweU 

Caribou Soda Springs 



Sheriff 

Don Headrick 
Ed Wade 
M. J. Rossiter 
Asa Athay 
O. B. Nelson 
G. V. Hampton 
D. J. Howes 
Jack C. Tucker 
W. D. Rapp 
Harry Meppen 
Leslie McCarthy 
S. A. McLerran 
R. T. Baldwin 
Harold Meyer 
Frank E. EUis 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Kenneth O'Leary 

C. H. Swanstrom 
CM. Jeffery 

D. E. Haddock 
Wm. D. Keeton 
H. W. Furchner 
Roy Van Winkle 
C. V. Marcus 
Allen A. Asher 
G. W. Edgington 
W. J. Nixon 

F. J. Cowen 
Charles Scoggin 
Don Anderson 
R. J. Dygert 



Probation Act. i 

John Jackson 
Robert Young 
R. S. CaUis 

D. C. Haddock 
Fred EweU 

E. W. Cory 
G. A. McLeod 
Hugh Adair 

F. J. Long 
E. V. Davis 
E. B. Schlette 
L. A. Thurston 
Margaret Giesler 
B. R. Riordan 
D. K. McLean 



^ Probate judges. Probate courts have exclusive jurisdiction over juvenile offenders (under 18), 
except in felony cases, and are responsible for adult probation, the judges naming agents to serve in 
each case. 

46 



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Cities — Idaho 



County Agencies and Officials 



County 



Co. Seat 



Cassia Burley 

Clark Dubois 

Clearwater Orofino 

Custer Challis 

Elmore Mountain Home 

Franklin Preston 

Fremont St. Anthony 

Gem Emmett 

Gooding Gooding 

Idaho Grangeville 

Jefferson Rigby 

Jerome Jerome 

Kootenai Coeur d'Alene 

Latah Moscow 

Lemhi Salmon 

Lewis Nezperce 

Lincoln Shoshone 

Madison Rexburg 

Minidoka Rupert 

Nez Perce Lewiston 

Oneida Malad City 

Owyhee Silver City 

Payette Payette 

Power American Falls 

Shoshone Wallace 

Teton Driggs 

Twin Falls Twin Falls 

Valley Cascade 

Washington Weiser 



SUKRIFF 

P. D. Pace 

Sidney Close 
Geo. C. Pankey 
M. H. Shull 
Earl Winters 
W. D. Head 
Edwin C. Hill 

B. G. Riggs, Jr. 
Wayne Flacke 
Bud Taylor 

E. T. Fillmore 
L. S. Johnson 
S. J. McMillan 
G. K. Moody 
Robert Isley 
A. W. Mitchell 
Geo. M. Brown 
U. H. Bigler 
W. F. Manifold 
Harry Dent 
Al Josephson 

C. L. Sullivan 
H. H. Muir 
L. E. Davis 
O. M. OgUvie 
Joe Williams 
A. C. Parker 
Jerry Logue 
A. S. Caviness 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

A. H. Nielson 
W. W. Renfrew 

E. T. Johnson 
M. L. Drake 
Perce Hall 

B. B. Johnson 
H. Skalet 

C. H. Higer 
M. F. Ryan 
H. J. Hanley 

W. P. Hemminger 

F. M. Rettig 
W. S. Hawkins 
Murray Estes 

E. W. Whitcomb 

G. C. Pennell 
C. C. Shaw 
C. W. Poole 
H. A. Baker 
R. E. Durham 
T. E. Ray 
Milo Axelsen 
J. T. Kenward 
W. C. Loof burrow 
A. J. Graf 

S. H. Atchley 
E. M. Sweeley 
Randall Wallis 
J. J. Peacock 



Probation Act. i 

H. W. Tucker 
William Patt 

E. B. Steele 
Henry Nichols 
A. F. Anderson 
Thomas Preston 
O. K. Meservy 
M. L. Guenther 
H. D. Jackson 
Hampton Taylor 
G. M. Larsen 
H. N. Folkman 
M. G. Whitney 
L. G. Peterson 
Emerson Hill 

J. B. Carter 
H. E. Adkins 

F. L. Davis 
H. A. Boyer 
J. L. Phillips 
J. J. Evans 

R. H. Leonard 
M. O. Luther 
W. W. Howard 
Thos. B. Kelly 
F. M. Reynolds 
C. A. Bailey 
A. Campbell 
John E. Garver 



City Agencies and Officials 
Boise (Ada Co.) Pop. 21,544 

Chief of Police J. Emer Harris 

Head, Traffic Div Don Thomas 

Head, IdentiJ. Div Grover Wilson 

Municipal Attorney Thornton Wyman 

Probation Officer Mabelle Keyser 

30 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 



Municipal Attorney John W. Cramer 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 



Nampa (Canyon Co.) Pop. 8,206 

Chief of Police J. L. Balderston 

Assistant Chief W. H. Wakefield 

Head, Traffic Div George Zeal 

Municipal Attorney Frank Easterbrook 

Probation Officer Ben Riordan 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Coeur d'Alene (Kootenai Co.) Pop. 8,297 

Chief of Police Mike Roche 

Head, Traffic Div Bert Hatch 

Municipal Attorney W. B. McFarland 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Idaho Falls (Bonneville Co.) Pop. 9,429 

Chief of Police C. A. Carlson 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Albaugh 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Lewiston (Nez Perce Co.) Pop. 9,403 

Chief of Police Eugene Gasser 

Assistant Chief Yancy McNeil 

^ Probate judges. Probate courts have exclusive Jurisdiction over juvenile offenders (under 18), 
except in felony cases, and are responsible for adult probation, the judges naming agents to serve in 
each case. 



Pocatello (Bannock Co.) Pop. 16,471 

Chief of Police Robert M. Pugmire 

Assistant Chief Arthur L. Oliver 

Chief of Detectives G. C. Nelson 

Municipal Attorney Ralph H. Jones 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol-ambulance 

Twin Falls (Twin Falls Co.) Pop. 8,787 

Chief of Police Howard Gillette 

Municipal Attorney Harry Benoit 



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Illinois — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Illinois 

State Capital: Springfield 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Henry Horner (Springfield) 

Attorney General John E. Cassidy (Springfield) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman N. W. McChesney (Chicago) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Arthur S. Smith (Bloomington) 

Illinois State Highway Maintenance Police (Armory Bldg., Springfield) 

Stiperintendejtt Walter W. WiUiams 

Assistant Superintendent L. M. Taylor 

Cliief Radio Engineer T. M. B. Lowe 

350 employees; 210 patrol cars; 339 motorcycles; 5 ambulances 

State Bureau or Criminal Identification and Investigation (Springfield) 
Superintendent T. P. Sullivan 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Joliet) Joseph E. Ragen, Warden 

State Penitentiary (Menard) J. E. Montgomery, Warden 

State Penitentiary (Pontiac) O. H. Lewis, Warden 

State Farm for Misdemeanants (Vandalia) Geo. E. Ray, Supt. 

St. Charles School for Boys (St. Charles) W. T. Harmon, Supt. 

State Reformatory for Women (Dwight) Helen H. Hazard, Supt. 

State Training School for Girls Mary Pickerell, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Springfield) W. C. Jones, Chairman 

Division of Pardons and Paroles (Chicago) T. P. Sullivan, Act'g Supt. 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adams Quincy Geo. Meyer, Jr. Mark Penick 

Alexander Cairo John Miller M. J. O'Shea 

Bond Greenville Cecil McCracken S. S. Meyer 

Boone Belvidere Harry Bennett Harold Sewell 

Brown Mount Sterling Otto Shoopman Vernon Briggs 

Bureau Princeton Robert Stewart Joseph Peterson 

Calhoun Hardin J. C. Schmieder C. M. Hagen 

Carroll Mount Carroll Ray Westfall J. L. Brearton 

Cass Virginia Harry H. Hager C. G. Colburn 

Champaign Urbana Bert S. Walker Fred B. Hamill 

Christian Taylorville V. C. Ezra John W. Coale 

Clark Marshall Chester Kurts John Hollenbeck 

Clay Louisville Ira Speaks E. H. Wineland 

Clinton Carlyle B. J. Timmermann Wm. R. Murphy 

Coles Charleston Mac Cochran J. I. Dilsaver 

Cook Chicago Thos. O'Brien T. J. Courtney 

Crawford Robinson Clarence T. West J.S.Bradbury 

Cumberland Toledo James W. Miller Theo. O. Cutright 

De Kalb Sycamore Wm. D. Runnells Latham Castle 

De Witt Clinton Claude Barrett E. M. Williams 

Douglas Tuscola Bruce T. Williams Chas. W. Dotson 

Du Page Wheaton Elmer J. Hoffman Russell Keeney 

Edgar Paris Ern Kile Ward Dillavou 

Edwards Albion M. Lee Sperry P. C. Walters 

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Probation Act. 

Mayme Ashton 
Anna Carroll 
Ben Brown 
Byron Anderson 

A. A. Meyer 
Geo. Heggen 
Kathryn Hammond 

Lucile Rice 
Ruby Williamson 



Mrs. Dora Sims 
John Kincard 

Geo. Martin 
C. O. Young 
Edwin Carlson 
Mrs. M. Costley 
Claude Hawkins 
Mrs. V. Harkness 
None 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Countics^IUinois 



Illinois — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Effingham Effingham 

Fayette Vandalia 

Ford Paxton 

Franklin Benton 

Fulton Lewistown 

Gallatin Shawnee town 

Greene Carrollton 

Grundy Morris 

Hamilton McLeansboro 

Hancock Carthage 

Hardin Elizabethtown 

Henderson Oquawaka 

Henry Cambridge 

Iroquois Watseka 

Jackson Murphysboro 

Jasper Newton 

Jefferson Mount Vernon 

Jersey Jersey ville 

Jo Daviess Galena 

Johnson Vienna 

Kane Geneva 

Kankakee Kankakee 

Kendall Yorkville 

Knox Galesburg 

Lake Waukegan 

La Salle Ottawa 

Lawrence Lawrenceville 

Lee Dixon 

Livingston Pontiac 

Logan Lincoln 

McDonough Macomb 

McHenry Woodstock 

McLean Bloomington 

Macon Decatur 

Macoupin Carlinville 

Madison Edwardsville 

Marion Salem 

Marshall Lacon 

Mason Havana 

Massac Metropolis 

Menard Petersburg 

Mercer Aledo 

Monroe Waterloo 

Montgomery .... Hillsboro 

Morgan Jacksonville 

Moultrie Sullivan 

Ogle Oregon 

Peoria Peoria 

Perry Pinckneyville 

Piatt Monticello 

Pike Pittsfield 

Pope Golconda 

Pulaski Mound City 

Putnam Hennepin 

Randolph Chester 

Richland Olney 



Sheriff 

Tom McDevitt 
C. F. Cheshier 
Harry K. Reehl 
Edw. Powell 

B. E. Cook 
Edward Hines 
H. E. Kistler 
Henry J. Hoyt 
Chas. W. Johnson 
Merlin R. Chapin 
Otis Brittain 

E. L. Davenport 
Fred Swanson 
Guy Redman 
Cecil Brayshaw 
H. E. Watkins 
Arthur T. Owens 
James Long 
Percy Hutchison 
Roy H. Shetler 
M. W. Damisch 
Daniel Bergan 
Robt. C. Woodard 
Frank H. Hooker 
Thos. E. Kennedy 
Edmund J. Welter 
P. E. Bale 
G. P. Finch 
Harold R. Davis 
Peter J. Moos 

C. C. Paulsgrove 
Lester Edinger 
W. Nierstheimer 
A. C. Ammann 
Clarence Rasor 
W. R. Wittman 
H. E. Vogt 

R. F. Brown 
John Greenhagen 
John Steele 
Hi.ny Riggin 
Mit'ih-eU Riky 
Wm. J. Curran 
Leo Gilliland 
A. E. Williamson 
G. D'. Edmonds 
James M. White 
A. E. Stonebock 
Howard W. Lee 
Paul B. Smith 
Glenn A. Neese 
Alonzo Walker 
I. J. Hudson 
Harry Marshall 
Robert T. Blair 
Harvey Moore 

49 



Co. Pros. Attv. 

Lester Wright 
W. F. Sonnemann 
Claude Swanson 
Rea F. Jones 
Sherman Deutch 
James W. Karber 
Julian Hutchens 
S. J. Holderman 
Whitson W. Daily 
Wm. S. Angell 
C. E. Soward 
Earl Knox 
Martin O'Connor 
Elmer Taylor 

C. E. Wright 
Homer Kasserman 
G. W. Howard, Jr. 
Fred DuHadway 

D. M. Eaton 

C. Ross Reynolds 
Chas A. O'Connor 
S. H. Shapiro 

D. C. Mewhirter 
Eugene Hardy 
Chas. E. Mason 
Taylor Wilhelm 
Jos. F. Diver 
Edw. A. Jones 
Hubert Edwards 
C. Everett Smith 
Wallace Walker 
Wm. M. Carroll 
Bernard Wall 
Ivan J. Hutchens 
Michael Seyfrit 
R. W. Griffith 
Ward P. Holt 
Robert A. Barnes 
Lyle R. Wheeler 
Fred Smith 
Jefferson Lewis 
■Stantoa Frerrt^iss . 
Edgar -O- ZirAm^i 
Goo. A. Hall 
Oscf-f C. Zachary 
Robert .W. Martin 
S. D Crow ell 
John Db'jgheit\ 
L. W. Wiley 
Carl I. Glasgow- 
Merrill Johnston 
W. Loren Reid 
Jos. O'Sullivan 
Walter D. Boyle 
Walter Schuwerk 
Omer E. Lewis 



Probation Act. 

CD. Shouse 

None 

Mrs. F. Thorsen 
Lona Pritchctt 
Luella Spargo 

Ruby Brown 

Marie Patton 

Robt. Shrulerfee 

Agnes McCallister 

None 

Mary Morgan 

Harry Littell 
None 

James Smith 
Marjorie McMahan 

None 

Adeline Peaks 
Mrs. P. McCorkle 
Bessie Dunn 
Florence Tobin 
Mary Trink 
W. Schifflower 



Anne Lord 
Hope Houser 
Roy Stine 
Louise Brooks 
James Gasaway 
E. Wagenseller 
Robert Liston 
Elizabeth Hallam 

Mary Howard 
Mamie IMcLemore 
Lellie Roberts 

.None . 

Rosalie Wand 



v.. F. Nye 
Galice Krider 
None 
Alice Ayre 
Roy Conboy 
None 



Illinois — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Illinois — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Rock Island Rock Island 

Saint Clair Belleville 

Saline Harrisburg 

Sangamon Springfield 

Schuyler Rushville 

Scott Winchester 

Shelby Shelbyville 

Stark Toulon 

Stephenson Freeport 

Tazewell Pekin 

Union Jonesboro 

Vermillion Danville 

Wabash Mount Carmel 

Warren Monmouth 

Washington Nashville 

Wayne Fairfield 

White Carmi 

Whiteside Morrison 

Will Joliet 

Williamson Marion 

Winnebago Rockford 

Woodford Eureka 



Fred Schlueter 
D. A. Prindable 
Tom Gram 
Harry A. Eielson 
James S. Kelly 
H. Montgomery 
Fred Howse 
Burt W. Eltzroth 
Harry Yde 
Guy E. Donahue 
J. H. Wilkins 
F. W. Ward 
W. E. Storckman 
Loxley Eckles 
H. C. Anderson 
Arthur Bernard 
H. A. Thomas 
Roy E. Crook 
James J. O'NeiU 
Arleigh Wilkins 
Wm. C. BeU 
Jos. Schneider 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Francis C. King 
Louis P. Zerweck 
Lloyd H. Melton 
Wm. P. Roberts 
Ernest G. Utter 
Norbert Hutchens 
Kenneth F. Kelly 
Marshall U. Faw 
Harry E. Wheat 
R. L. Russell 
John P. Davis 
Oliver D. Mann 
Walter F. Kolb 
Henry D. Lewis 
Ralph L. Maxwell 
C. W. Creighton 
Ivan A. EUiott 
L. L. Winn 
James E. Burke 
J. O. Gallimore 
Robert E. Nash 
George H. RUey 



Probation Act. 

Alice Samuelson 
Emma Donovan 
None 

Martha Leary 

Karl Thomas 

A. S. Davidson 

None 

Amy Hoog 

Edna Hapenney 

None 

H. M. Gulp 

Ethel Mitchell 
Zeb Higgs 
Ruth HoUinger 

Anna Allen 
Ernest Wehr 
None 

Goldie Folberg 
Cecile Doan 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alton (Madison Co.) Pop. 30,151 

Chief of Police Paul L. Smith 

Captain of Police Joseph Uhle 

Head, Identif. Div Louis H. Waller 

Municipal Attorney Frank W. Tunnell 

33 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Aurora (Kane Co.) Pop. 46,589 

Chief of Police Charles H. Greene 

Head, Crime Preven John W. Reiland 

Head, Policewomen Grace Brechtel 

Head, Accident Preven.. .George Orland 

Head, Identif. Div John W. Reiland 

Head, Records Div John W. Reiland 

Municipal Attorney.-. .-; .-John P. Hart 
42 employees; 4 patrol cii '•-ambulances 

Batavia (Kane Co.) P9P. 5,045 

Chief of Police S. Alberovsky 

Municipal Attorney. .-.-. J. Paul Ruhr, 
5 employees; 1 patrol 'car; 1 motorcycle ' 

Beardstown (Cass Co.) Pop. 6,344 

Chief of Police Harold Webster 

Municipal Attorney Lloyd McClure 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

BellevUle (St. Clair Co.) Pop. 28,425 

Chief of Police Thomas H. Lonie 



Municipal Attorney L. F. Perrin, Jr. 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Belvidere (Boone Co.) Pop. 8,123 

Chief of Police A. L. Stegeman 

Assist a7it Chief Lloyd Woods 

Municipal Attorney A. S. O'SuUivan 

Probation Officer B. R. Anderson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Benton (Franklin Co.) Pop. 8,219 

Chief of Police James D. Mundell 

Assistant Chief Fred J. Schultz 

Municipal Attorney Webb Johnson 

3 employees 

Eciwyn (Cook Co.) Pop. 47,027 

Chief of Police Joseph Pilot 

Municipal Attorney W. Oplatka 

36 employees; 4 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
r patrol wagon 

Bloomington (McLean Co.) Pop. 30,930 

Chief of Police S. C. Hibbins 

Head, Traffic Div W. Lockewitz 

Head, Identif. Div S. Moline 

Head, Records Div W. M. Brown 

Municipal Attorney Richard O'ConneU 

Probation Officer James H. Gasseway 

35 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



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Cities — Illinois 



Illinois — Cities of 



cle 



Cairo (Alexander Co.) 

Chief of Police Harrey Tauber 

Assistant Chief Will Sams 

Municipal Attorney Peyton Berbling 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Calumet City (Cook Co.) Pop. 12,298 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .W. J. Maciejewski 

Captain of Police H. A. Wleklinski 

Head, Idcntif. Div Gene lattoni 

Municipal Attorney John Pavlik 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Canton (Fulton Co.) Pop. 11,718 

Chief of Police Sam Eyerly 

Municipal Attorney E. J. Clark 

8 employees ; 1 patrol car 



Pop. 13,532 Chicago Heights (Cook Co.) Pop. 22,321 

Chief of Police Philip W. Howard 

Municipal Attorney Silvio Piacenti 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Cicero (Cook Co.) Pop. 66,602 

Supl. of Police Theo. L. Svoboda 

Head, Traffic Div R. T. Techen 

Chief of Detectives Geo. L. Comerford 

Chief of Patrol Div M. Wojciechowski 

Juvenile Officer Max West 

Head, Identif. Div R. H. Techen 

Municipal Attorney J. Skrydlewski 

80 employees; 6 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Clinton (DeWitt Co.) 



Pop. 5,920 



Carbondale (Jackson Co.) 



Pop. 7,528 



Chief of Police John R. Parrish 

Assistant Chief Floyd Jones 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Stottar 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Centralia (Marion Co.) 

Chief of Police E.G. Farthing 

Head, Identif. Div O. T. Bounds 

Municipal Attorney Robert M. Crain 

Probation Officer E. G. Madero 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Champaign (Champaign Co.) Pop. 20,348 

Chief of Police Clyde R. Davis 

Municipal Attorney Albert Tuxhorn 

Probation Officer Lucile G. Rice 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Charleston (Coles Co.) • Pop. 8,012 

Chief of Police A. N. McMorris 

Municipal Attorney Alton B. Cofer 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Chief of Police Ray N. Smith 

Municipal Attorney John Pearl 

4 employees 
Collinsville (Madison Co.) Pop. 9,235 

Chief of Police Edgar Strong 

Municipal Attorney William C. Dunham 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Pop. 36,765 



Pop. 12,583 Danville (Vermilion Co.) 



Chief of Police 

Head, Traffic Div 

Chief of Detectives 

Chief, Patrol Div 

Head, Policewomen 

Head, Identif. Div 

Municipal Attorney 

31 employees; 4 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Decatur (Macon Co.) 



R. H. Johnson 
W. D. Morrissey 
Leo H. Bireline 
W. D. Morrissey 
Eva Kiningham 
Earl E. Rumbaugh 
John Spivey 
cars; 2 motorcycles; 

Pop. 57,510 



Chicago (Cook Co.) 



Pop. 3,376,438 



Comm'r of Police James P. Allman 

Chief, Uniform Force. . . .]. C. Prendergast 

Head, Traffic Div David Flynn 

Chief of Detectives John L. Sullivan 

Head, Crime Preven Harry Costello 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Joseph H. Kelly 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Philip Crippen 

Head, Identif. Div E. A. Evans 

Head, Records Div W. O. Kennedy 

Municipal Attorney Barnet Hodes 

6,606 employees; 200 patrol cars; 92 motor- 
cycles; 56 patrol wagons 



Chief of Police Henry J. Schepper 

Lieut, of Detectives L. L. Gibbons 

Head, Traffic Div C. L. Lycan 

Head, Identif. Div Gerald J. Sheehy 

Municipal Attorney J. E. Henson 

50 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 safety car; 1 truck 

DeKalb (DeKalb Co.) Pop. 8,545 

Chief of Police B. F. Peck 

Captain of Police J- W. Concidine 

Municipal Attorney D. L. Pasley 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Des Plaines (Cook Co.) 



Pop. 8,798 



Chief of Police Ernest H. Drexler 

Municipal Attorney Kennith G. Meyer 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



51 



Illinois — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Illinois — Cities of 



Dixon (Lee Co.) Pop. 9,908 

Chicj of Police J. D. \an Bibber 

Municipal AiloDiey Gerald Jones 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Downers Grove (DuPage Co.) Pop. 8,977 

Chief of Police James Dwyer 

Municipal Attorney C. E. Hacklandes 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Du Quoin (Perry Co.) Pop. 7,593 

Chief of Police L. E. Pyle 

Municipal Attorney M. C. Cook 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

East Molina (Rock Island Co.) Pop. 10,107 

Chief of Police T. J. Schafer 

Assistant Chief William Koster 

Municipal Attorney Ray I. Klingbiel 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

East Peoria (Tazewell Co.) Pop. 5,027 

Chief of Police W. O. Sommerfield 

Municipal Attorney George Donaldson 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



East St. Louis (St. Clair 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . . 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Traffic Div 

Chief of Detectives 

Head, Patrol Div 

■Juvenile Officer 

Head, Accident Preven.. . 
Dir., Police Training. . . . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer 

75 employees; 6 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 



Co.) Pop. 74,347 

J. T. Connors 
M. J. O'Rourke 
Sam Strautz 
Lieut. Keyenberg 
George Byrnes 
Lieut. Keyenberg 
LeRoy Mallett 
George Dowling 
Frank Kurelaitis 
George Byrnes 
N. J. Murphy 
Dan McGlynn 
LeRoy Mallett 
cars; 8 motorcycles; 



Edwardsville (Madison Co.) Pop. 6,235 

Chief of Police August H. Soehlke 

Municipal Attorney D. M. Buckley 

Probation Officer Edward M. Agles 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Elgin (Kane Co.) Pop. 35,929 

Chief of Police Jos. G. Huber 

Head, Traffic Div Walter Groth 

Chief of Detectives Frank Egner 

Head, Identif. Div Frank Egner 

Head, Records Div Walter Groth 



Municipal Attorney Perr\' D. Wells 

Probation Officer Pearl Rayburn 

34 employees; 5 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Elmhurst (DuPage Co.) Pop. 14,055 

Captain Commanding. . . .George Kummerow 

Municipal Attorney L. C. Traeger 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol car- 
ambulance 

Elmwood Park (Cook Co.) Pop. 11,270 

Chief of Police Frank Rice 

Assistant Chief Charles E. Woods 

Municipal Attorney Myron E. Wisch 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Evanston (Cook Co.) Pop. 63,338 

Chief of Police Chas. Paasch 

Head, Traffic Div Peter Geisecker 

Municipal Attorney C. C. Jarvis 

Probation Officer Wm. Calderwood 

99 employees; 11 patrol cars; 10 motorcycles 

Forest Park (Cook Co.) Pop. 14,555 

Chief of Police' Fred W. Licht 

Head, Identif. Div Karl Hartneck 

Municipal Attorney Wm. McKinley 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Freeport (Stephenson Co.) Pop. 22,045 

Chief of Police A. H. Wilkey 

Assistant Chief William Jogerst 

Head, Traffic Div Wendell Wolf 

Municipal Attorney R. J. Ellis 

Probation Officer A. B. Galloway 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Galesburg (Knox Co.) Pop. 28,830 

Chief of Police A. L. Goff 

Assistant Chief F. F. Seaman 

Head, Traffic Div David Lindburg 

Head, Idoitif. Div O. E. Bayer 

Head, Records Div O. E. Bayer 

Municipal Attorney Jerry A. Ham 

Probation Officer • Elgin Ross 

31 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Gillespie (Macoupin Co.) Pop. 5,111 

Chief of Police Anton Danni 

Assistant Chief Archie Wilson 

Municipal Attorney A. G. Whitehouse 

3 employees 



^ Litigation abolishing office of chief of poHce pending 

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Cities — Illinois 



Illinois — Cities of 



Glencoe (Cook Co.) Pop. 6,295 

Chief of Police William F. Helke 

Municipal Attorney A. H. Marshall 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Glen Ellyn (DuPage Co.) Pop. 7,680 

Chief of Police Lee W. Brierton 

Municipal Attorney Robert Scott 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Granite City (Madison Co.) Pop. 25,130 

Chief of Police John H. Tappel 

Municipal Attorney Roscoe Forth 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Harrisburg (Saline Co.) Pop. 11,265 

Chief of Police Thomas J. Cain 

Municipal Attorney C. E. Combe 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Harvey (Cook Co.) Pop. 16,374 

Chief of Police Albert F. Roll 

Municipal Attorney Harr}^ Lambert 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Herrin (WiUiamson Co.) Pop. 9,708 

Chief of Police Thomas J. Shannon 

Assistant Chief Garnett Smith 

Municipal Attorney Len Haney 

4 employees ; 1 patrol car 

Highland Park (Lake Co.) Pop. 12,203 

Chief of Police Edward Moroney 

Assistant Chief Martin Kopp 

Municipal Attorney Ernest Gail 

16 employees;' 3 patrol cars 

Hinsdale (DuPage Co.) Pop. 6,923 

Act''g Chief of Police . . . .D. W. Flavin 

Municipal Attorney Malcolm IMecartney 

9 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Hoopeston (Vermihon Co.) Pop. 5,613 

Chief of Police George W. Cook 

Municipal Attorney C. F. Dyer 

3 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Jacksonville (Morgan Co.) Pop. 17,747 

Chief of Police Frank Kilo ran 

Assistant Chief Earl Williams 

Head, Traffic Div Everett ]\Iann 

Head, Identif. Div Walter Bradish, Sr. 

Municipal Attorney Edward W. Clear>' 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Johnston City (Williamson Co.) Pop. 

Chief of Police John J. Arms 

Municipal Attorney J. 11. Clayton 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 



5,955 



Joliet (Will Co.) Pop. 42,993 

Chief of Police N.J. Fornango 

Head, Policeivomen Bertha Campbell 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Lonnie Randolph 

Head, Identif. Div Maurice J. Hebert 

Municipal Attorney James Holbrook 

52 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Kankakee (Kankakee Co.) Pop. 20,620 

Chief of Police L. B. Rogers 

Chief of Detectives R. Don Bleau 

Head, Traffic Div Orval Finch 

Head, Identif. Div R. Don Bleau 

Head, Records Div Orval Finch 

Municipal Attorney Victor N. Cardosi 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Kewanee (Henry Co.) Pop. 17,093 

Chief of Police Frank Schlindwein 

Assistant Chief E. E. Gilmore 

Municipal Attorney P. A. Cushman 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

LaGrange (Cook Co.) Pop. 10,103 

Chief of Police Harry Oakes 

Head, Identif. Div William S. Hofman 

Municipal Attorney Grover D. Rose 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lake Forest (Lake Co.) Pop. 6,554 

Chief of Police Frank Tiffany 

Municipal Attorney CD. Trowbridge 

17 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

La Salle (La Salle Co.) Pop. 13,149 

Chief of Police Peter Walloch 

Assistant Chief Frank Schofield 

Municipal Attorney W. J. Aplington 

Probation Officer Marie Daley 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Lawrenceville (Lawrence Co.) Pop. 6,303 

Chief of Police W\ H. Stivers 

Municipal Attorney Maurice Gosnell 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lincoln (Logan Co.) Pop. 12,855 

Chief of Police W. A. Comstock 

Municipal Attorney Uri Kissinger 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



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Illinois- — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Illinois — Cities of 



Litchfield (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 6,612 

Chief of Police George W. Taylor 

Assistant Chief W. C. Goodin 

Municipal Attorney D. R. Kindes 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lombard (DuPage Co.) Pop. 6,197 

Chief of Police Richard Groote 

Municipal Attorney John E. McCoy 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Macomb (McDonough Co.) Pop. 8,509 

Chief of Police Ray C. Houtchens 

Municipal Attorney Edwin L. Harris 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Madison (Madison Co.) Pop. 7,661 

Chief of Police Ray Bachman 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Marion (Williamson Co.) Pop. 9,033 

Chief of Police Robert Ramsey 

Assistant Chief S. H. Simmons 

Head, Traffic Div W. Hendrickson 

Municipal Attorney R. W. Harris 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Mattoon (Coles Co.) Pop. 14,631 

Chief of Police Britton Robinson 

Municipal Attorney O. F. Schoch 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Maywood (Cook Co.) Pop. 25,829 

Chief of Police R. H. Bailey 

Head, Identif. Div J. E. Peterson 

Municipal Attorney Louis Ancel 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Melrose Park (Cook Co.) Pop. 10,741 

Chief of Police R. Wigglesworth 

Municipal Attorney Guy C. Guerine 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Metropolis (Massac Co.) Pop. 5,573 

Chief of Police Chas. Teckenbrock 

Assistant Chief L. E. Rice 

MunicipahAttorney Grover E. Holmes 

6 employees ; 1 patrol car 



Molina (Rock Island Co.) 



Pop. 32,236 



Chief of Police Benjamin De Jaeger 

Assistant Chief H. D. Fromne 

Head, Traffic Div F. D. Tayler 

Municipal Attorney Fred H. Railsback 



Probation Officer Elsie E. Ekstam 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Monmouth (Warren Co.) Pop. 8,666 

Chief of Police Ray Nevius 

Assistant Chief Paul Atchinson 

Municipal Attorney Erie P. Field 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Morris (Grundy Co.) Pop. 5,568 

Chief of Police Harry C. Jones 

Assistant Chief Earl Munyon 

Municipal Attorney David Root 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Mt. Carmel (Wabash Co.) 



Pop. 7,132 



Chief of Police Earl E. Lytle 

Municipal Attorney P. J. Kalb 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Mt. Vernon (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 12,375 

Chief of Police \'erner L. Pigg 

Assistant Chief Paul Schulik 

Head, Traffic Div Verner L. Pigg 

Head, Identif. Div Luther Winkler 

Municipal Attorney John A. Kirk 

Probation Officer J. F. Smith 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Murphysboro (Jackson Co.) Pop. 8,182 

Chief of Police Carl Foster 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Wright 

Probation Officer Floyd Woods 

3 employees 

Naperville (DuPage Co.) Pop. 5,118 

Chief of Police Edw. C. Otterpohl 

Municipal Attorney William Friedrich 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 



Niles Center (Cook Co.) 



Pop. 5,007 



Chief of Police Ted J. Heinz 

Assistant Chief Al Stolberg 

Municipal Attorney Chas. C. Wooster 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Normal (McLean Co.) Pop. 6,768 

Chief of Police Cy Lee 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

North Chicago (Lake Co.) Pop. 8,466 

Chief of Police Jacob J. Novak 

Municipal Attorney Harold J. TaUett 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 



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Cities — Illinois 



Illinois — Cities of 



Oak Park (Cook Co.) Pop. 63,982 

Chief of Police Benjamin Barsema 

Juvenile Officer Katherine McTague 

Head, Records Div II. W. Wilson 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .Clarence Willard 

76 employees; 7 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Olney (Richland Co.) Pop. 6,140 

Chief of Police William Armsey 

Head, Traffic Div Karl Hasslinger 

Municipal Attorney S. C. Lewis 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Ottawa (LaSalle Co.) Pop. 15,094 

Chief of Police Frank M. Frazier 

Captain of Police J. J. Madigan 

Head, Traffic Div C.J. Pennebaker 

Municipal Attorney Palmer Byrns 

Probation Officer Wilber ShifTbauer 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 

Pana (Christian Co.) Pop. 5,835 

Chief of Police L. E. Barton 

Municipal Attorney John Fribley 

Probation Officer Mrs. L. Williamson 

3 employees 

Paris (Edgar Co.) Pop. 8,781 

Chief of Police T. J. Brewer 

Municipal Attorney Robert Cotton 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Park Ridge (Cook Co.) Pop. 10,417 

Chief of Police H. W. Johnson 

Assistant Chief H. H. Herzog 

Head, Identif. Div C. J. Moberg 

Municipal Attorney R. J. Monahan 

Probation Officer W. J. Jones 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Pekin (TazeweU Co.) Pop. 16,129 

Chief of Police William Grant 

Assistant Chief Harm Smith 

Municipal Attorney T. N. Smith 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Peoria (Peoria Co.) Pop. 104,969 

Supt. of Police Leo F. Kamins 

Captain of Police Charles Esken 

Captain of Detectives .... Fred W. Nussbaum 

Head, Traffic Div Wm. J. Littell 

Chief, Patrol Div Charles H. Cobb 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Robt. H. Hathaway 
Head, Identif. Div Julius A. Donnell 



Head, Records Div George M. Karl 

Municipal Attorney Michael A. Shore 

140 employees; 14 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Peru (LaSalle Co.) Pop. 9,121 

Chief of Police Jos. A. Potthoff 

Assistant Chief S. Mazurkiewicz 

Municipal Attorney Charles Helmig 

Probation Officer Henry Schmidt 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Pontiac (Livingston Co.) Pop. 8,272 

Chief of Police J. R. Scarratt 

Municipal Attorney Stevens R. Baker 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Quincy (Adams Co.) Pop. 39,241 

Chief of Police J. A Connery 

Juvenile Officer Minnie O'Brien 

Head, Identif. Div Robert Jackson 

Head, Records Div John Fichter 

Municipal Attorney Henry Pollock 

46 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

River Forest (Cook Co.) Pop. 8,829 

Chief of Police C. W. Soderhn 

Municipal Attorney Thos. A. Matthews 

Probation Officer R. J- Rheingruber 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Riverside (Cook Co.) Pop. 6,770 

Chief of Police C. C. Neuschafer 

Head, Traffic Div William C. Crowe 

Municipal Attorney Ashley Guthrie 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Rockford (Winnebago Co.) Pop. 85,864 

Chief of Police A. E. Bargren 

Assistant Chief C. G. Manson 

Head, Traffic Div H. W. Doebereiner 

Chief of Detectives C. G. Manson 

Head, Policewomen Florence Stanton 

Head, Identif. Div H. C. Reinert 

Head, Records Div H. C. Reinert 

Municipal Attorney Carroll N. Nelson 

88 employees; 8 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Rock Island (Rock Island Co.) Pop. 37,953 

Chief of Police Herman Sehnert 

Assistant Chief R. S. Berry 

Head, Traffic Div Glenn Smith 

Head, Identif. Div George Ebling 



55 



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Illinois — Cities of 



Head, Records Div R. S. Berry 

Miiiiidpal Attorney Leo Herbert 

29 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

St. Charles (Kane Co.) Pop. 5,377 

Chief of Police Harold Covalsky 

Municipal Attorney D. A. Green 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Savanna (Carroll Co.) Pop. 5,086 

ChieJ of Police H. W. Truninger 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Smith 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Springfield (Sangamon Co.) Pop. 71,864 

Supt. of Police Carl F. Nuess 

Assistant Supt Frank J. Healy 

Chicf of Detectives Conrad W. Jesberg 

Head, Traffic Div J. LeRoy Flemming 

Sergeant, Patrol Div Chas. W. Benson 

Head, Identif. Div Charles Carson 

Head, Records Div P. J. Ryan 

Municipal Attorney Hugh J. Dobbs 

14 employees; 6 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1. ambulance 

Spring Valley (Bureau Co.) Pop. 5,270 

Chief of Police Joseph Nauyalis 

Assistant Chief John Stephanitis 

Municipal Attorney Paul D. Perona 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Sterling (Whiteside Co.) Pop. 10,012 

Chief of Police Curtis Bucher 

Probation Officer Mrs. Anna Allen 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Streator (LaSaUe Co.) Pop. 14,728 

Chief of Police H. M. Reynolds 

Assistant Chief Raymond Eutrey 

Municipal Attorney E. M. Davis, Jr. 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Summit (Cook Co.) Pop. 6,548 

(Argo, P. 0.) 

Chief of Police Sam Herzog 

Assistant Chief John VanOrt 

Municipal Attorney Charles Goodnow 

Probation Officer S. O. Carroll 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Taylorvilfe (Christian Co.) Pop. 7,316 

Chief of Police Edward Zemke 

Assistant Chief William Adams 

Municipal Attorney D. H. Dailey, Jr. 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Urbana (Champaign Co.) Pop. 13,060 

Chief of Police Walter Fulton 



Municipal Attorney Olin Browder 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Venice (Madison Co.) Pop. 5,362 

Chief of Police Harry T. Hartman 

Municipal Attorney R. W. Grithth 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Villa Park (DuPage Co.) Pop. 6,220 

Chief of Police J- E. Freeman 

Municipal Attorney Ted Ashford 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Waukegan (Lake Co.) Pop. 33,499 

Chief of Police Wm. B. Blaylock 

Head, Traffic Div Laurence Kelly 

Head, Identif. Div Howard Loomer 

Municipal Attorney Geo. S. McGaughey 

26 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

West Frankfort (Franklin Co.) Pop. 14,683 

Chief of Police George Nipper 

Municipal Attorney Frank Trobaugh 

2 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wheaton (DuPage Co.) Pop. 7,258 

Chief of Police C. R. Burkholder 

Municipal Attorney Willard Cain 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Wilmette (Cook Co.) Pop. 15,233 

Chief of Police Cloyd C. McGuire 

Assistant Chief Henry Brautigam 

Head, Identif. Div Authur Hawkinson 

Municipal Attorney Edwin A. Robson 

Probation Officer Ruth Hansen 

26 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Winnetka (Cook Co.) Pop. 12,166 

Chief of Police W. M. Peterson 

Head, Identif. Div Harold Lewis 

Municipal Attorney Richard Fischer 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Wood River (Madison Co.) Pop. 8,136 

Chief of Police Richard W. Nuse 

Municipal Attorney Gilson Brown 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Woodstock (McHenry Co.) Pop. 5,471 

Chief of Police H. L. KemerHng 

Municipal Attorney D. R. Joslyn 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Zion (Lake Co.) Pop. 5,991 

Chief of Police Alven Ruesch 

Assistant Chief Charles Wright 

Municipal Attorney Eric Carey 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 



56 



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State and Counties — Indiana 



Indiana 

State Capital: Indianapolis 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor ^I- Clifford Townsend (Indianapolis) 

Attorney General Omer S. Jackson (Indianapolis) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Hugh Barnhart (Indianapolis) 

Indiana State Police (State House, Indianapolis) 

Superintendent Don F. Stiver 

Captain Walter Eckert 

Lieutenant, Criminal Investig. Div Ray Hinkle 

Director, Identif. Div Marie Grott 

302 employees; 232 patrol cars; 52 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Michigan City) Alfred Dowd, Warden 

State Reformatory (Pendleton) A. F. Miles, Warden 

State Farm (Putnamville) Floyd J. Hemmer, Supt. 

State Prison for Women (Indianapolis) Mrs. Marian Gallup, Stipt. 

State School for Boys (Plainfield) E. M. Dill, Sicpt. 

State School for Girls (Indianapolis) Kenosha Sessions, Supt. 

Clemency Commission (IndianapoHs) J. T. Arbuckle, Chairman 

Supervisor of Paroles (Indianapolis) Fred Hoke 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Agt. < 

Adams Decatur E.P.Miller A. E. Voglewede 

Allen Fort Wayne Walter Felger Byron Hays 

Bartholomew Columbus Elmer Nolting E. G. Morrison 

Benton Fowler Ralph Hampton Douglas Elwood 

Blackford Hartford City Omer Hendricks Clayton Wright 

Boone Lebanon Ray Patterson Chas. Thompson 

Brown Nashville M. Campbell Scott Moser ^ 

Carroll Delphi Harry Cree Mahlon Kerlin 

Cass Logansport R. D. Schmidt - Fred Landis 

Clark Jeffersonville C. C. Conner Homer Smith 

Clay Brazil Fred Williams B. M. Laymon 

Clinton Frankfort John Hamilton Fred Campbell 

Crawford English Russell Jones Glennis Mock 

Daviess Washington M. Fitzgerald Phillip Waller 

Dearborn Lawrenceburg Wm. Wineguard Lee Ricketts 

Decatur Greensburg Sam Curry J. W. Goddard 

De Kalb Auburn Artus Coyle Geo. Mountz 

Delaware Muncie Fred Puckett Fred Davis 

Dubois Jasper John Steinkamp Leo Stemle 

Elkhart Goshen Ralph Logan Paul Meyers 

Fayette Connersville Lester Hunt Albert Heeb * 

Floyd New Albany Ray Jaegers Frank Lorck 

1 1940: Elba Bannington 

2 1940: Elmer Craig 

3 1940: John Christman 

^ The State Probation Commission consisting of four members and a State Director of Probation 
(see State listing for Indiana) has general supervision over all juvenile and adult probation. The 
Commission conducts competitive e.Kaminations and prepares list of persons eligible for appointment 
as field probation officers to serve in the various cities and counties. 

57 



Indiana — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Indiana — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Fountain Covington 

Franklin Brookville 

Fulton Rochester 

Gibson Princeton 

Grant Marion 

Greene Bloomfield 

Hamilton Noblesville 

Hancock Greenfield 

Harrison Corydon 

Hendricks. ..... .Danville 

Henry New Castle 

Howard Kokomo 

Huntington Huntington 

Jackson Brownstown 

Jasper Rensselaer 

Jay Portland 

Jefferson Madison 

Jennings Vernon 

Johnson Franklin 

Knox Vincennes 

Kosciusko Warsaw 

Lagrange Lagrange 

Lake Crown Point 

La Porte La Porte 

Lawrence Bedford 

Madison Anderson 

Marion Indianapolis 

Marshall Plymouth 

Martin Shoals 

Miami Peru 

Monroe Bloomington 

Montgomery .... Crawfordsville 

Morgan Martinsville 

Newton Kentland 

Noble Albion 

Ohio Rising Sun 

Orange Paoli 

Owen Spencer 

Parke Rockville 

Perry Cannelton 

Pike Petersburg 

Porter Valparaiso 

Posey Mt. Vernon 

Pulaski Winamac 

Putnam Greencastle 

Randolph Winchester 

Ripley Versailles 

Rush Rushville 



Sheriff 

Henry Ramsey 
John C. Moore 
Russell Voorhees 
S. Williams 
V. E. Treber 
Bert Caldwell 
J. B. Newby 
Jack Dent 
Ray LaHue 
W. J. Stuart 
Chas. Zornes ^ 
Lew Stewart 
Marvin Idle 
W. VonDeilingen 
Herman Ames 
Charles Imel 
Oliver Eaglin 
Chas. Patton 
Nelson Pangburn 
Oscar Westfall 
Bourton Foulke 
Glenn Eash 
John Knotts 
Joseph Wolf 
Lincoln Dunbar ^ 
Bernard Bradley 
Al Feeney 
Harvey Phillips 
Thomas Arvin 
Robert Tillett 
Earl Baxter 
Harold Roth 
Ray Rainwater 
Harry Hufty 
Roscoe Rimmell 
Jos. Richardson 
Noble Ellis 
M. Richardson 
Freeman Clouse 
Wm. Marshall 
Cleve Goodman 
Freeman Lane 
Chas. Freig "* 
A. Daugherty 
Lawrence Grahm 
Lester Mann 
Joe Scheurman 
Paul Bennington 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Roy Fenters 
O. A. Young 
Murray McCarty 
H. W. Garrett 
Roy Dempsey 
John Todd 
Roland Griffin 
G. T. Williams 
Glenn Mock 
Geo. Hadley 
Loring Miles 
Virgil Coffel 
Ray Ade 
David F. Long 
John Hopkins 
Robert Smith 
Maurice Graston 
F. E. Wadsworth 
Scott Moser ^ 
O. P. Oxeman 
Jacob Koontz 
Harris Hubbard 
F. A. Kaul 
Mark Storen 
David F. Long 
Geo. Windoffer 
David M. Lewis 
Marshall Kizer 
Phillip Waller 
J. L. Miller 
Floyd E. Cook 
Ralph Bounnel 
Charles Foley 
Edwin Robinson 
Lowell Peffley 
Lee Ricketts 
Clyde Edgell 
Lee Kirkpatrick 
Warren Buchannan 
David I. Day 
Leo Stemle 
W. H. Chrisman 
Jas. A. Erwin 
Geo. Collins 
Albert Williams 
Kenneth Hinshaw 
Amos Jackson 
Orlando Engle 



Prob.\tion Agt.s 



M940: Cash Robinson 

M940: Elba Bannington 

3 1940: John Peyton 

M940: John McFadden 

* The State Probation Commission consisting of four members and a State Director of Proba,tion 
(see State listing for Indiana) has general supervision over all juvenile and adult probation. The Com- 
mission conducts competitive examinations and prepares list of persons eligible for appointment as field 
probation officers to serve in the various cities and counties. 



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Cities — Indiana 



Indiana — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

St. Joseph South Bend 

Scott Scottsburg 

Shelby Shelbyville 

Spencer Rockport 

Starke Knox 

Steuben Angola 

Sullivan Sullivan 

Switzerland \'evay 

Tippecanoe Lafayette 

Tipton Tipton 

Union Liberty 

\'anderburg Evansville 

\'ermillion Newport 

Vigo Terre Haute 

Wabash Wabash 

Warren Williamsport 

Warrick Boonville 

Washington Salem 

Wayne Richmond 

Wells Bluffton 

^Vhite Monticello 

Whitlev Columbia City 



SlIKRIFF 

Wm. Hosinski 
Lambert Dismore 
Leonard Worland 
Herbert Kinnej' ' 
Frank Lough 
Ben James 
Isaac Southwood 
H. Satterfield 
J. Ralph Fisher ^ 
C. D. Hobbs 
Benj. Teagurden 
Edw. Diekmann 
Allen Hennis 
Jos. Dreher 
Vera Howe 
Tom Powell 
Porter Brown ^ 
Chas. Moore 
Arthur Quigley 
Fleming French 
Harry Shigley 
John Ballard 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Arthur Scheer 
F. E. Wadsworth 
Harold Barger 
David I. Day 
Clarence Knachel 
Harris Hubbard 
T. J. Gallagher 
Maurice Graston 
Geo. Weigle 
Allen Cotton 
O. A. Young 
J. H. Meyer 
E. J. Dudley 
Leonard Kincaid 
Eugene Weesner 
A. V. Ringer 
W. Hendrickson 
Clyde Edgell 
David Dennis 
A. W. Hamilton 
Lewis Dillinger 
Lowell PefBey 



Probation Act. * 



City Agencies and Officials 



Anderson (Madison Co.) Pop. 39,804 

Chief of Police Joseph Carney 

Assistant Chief Clarence Saylor 

Chief of Detectives WiUiam Russell 

Head, Traffic Div Patrick Davis 

Head, Patrol Div Louis Dietzen 

Juvenile Officer Tom Estle 

Head, Policeivomcn Maude E. Bruce 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Oscar Robey 

Municipal Attorney Harry Neff 

Probation Officer Mrs. J. Guenther 

50 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Bedford (Lawrence Co.) Pop. 13,208 

Chief of Police A. M. Rainbolt 

Assistant Chief Homer Box 

Head, Traffic Div Marion Shackleford 

Municipal Attorney A. J. Fields 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Bloomington (Monroe Co.) Pop. 18,227 

Chief of Police John Rawlins 

Head, Traffic Div Herbert Smith 



Head, Identif. Div Raymond Burch 

Municipal Attorney G. E. Huntington 

Probation Officer ^ irgil Franklin 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Bluffton (Wells Co.) Pop. 5,074 

Chief of Police Glenn A. Fox 

Municipal Attorney Henry Eichhorn 

Probation Officer Vera Plunk 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Brazil (Clay Co.) Pop. 8,744 

Chief of Police Harry F. Hutton 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Clinton (Vermillion Co.) Pop. 7,936 

Chief of Police Louis Giovanni 

Columbus (Bartholomew Co.) Pop. 9,935 

Chief of Police Webber Miller 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Connersville (Fayette Co.) Pop. 12,795 

Chief of Police Robert A. Hera 



1 1940: Claude Middleton 

2 1940: Earl Staley 

3 1940: Gus Barclay 

* The State Probation Commission consisting of four members and a State Director of Probation 
(see State listing for Indiana) has general supervision over all juvenile and adult probation. The Com- 
mission conducts competitive examinations and prepares list of persons eligible for appointment as field 
probation officers to serve in the various cities and counties. 

59 



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THE POLICE 



Indiana — Cities of 



Captain of Police William Traylor 

Municipal Attorney C. E. Brookbank 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Crawfordsville (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 10,355 

C/iicf of Police Otto Biederstedt 

Head, Idcntif. Div Arthur Kalweit 

Municipal Attorney CO. Evans 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Decatur (Adams Co.) Pop. 5,156 

Chief of Police James Borders 

Municipal Attorney Vincent Kelly 

Probation Officer Faye Knapke 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

East Chicago (Lake Co.) Pop. 54,784 

Chief of Police Walter D. Conroy 

Municipal Attorney Loyd J. Cohen 

Probation Officer W. Hoffenbacher 

70 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons 



Elkhart (Elkhart Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives . . . . 
Juvenile Officers 



Head, Policeivomen . . . 
Dir., Police Training. . 
Head, Identif. Div. . . . 
Head, Records Div. . . . 
Municipal Attorney. . . 

38 employees; 4 patrol 
1 ambulance 



Pop. 32,949 

A. Elmer Manning 
William E. Mathis 
August Johnson 
Glenn Sawyer 
E. Lindsey 
Bessie Kellogg 
August Johnson 
John Huber 
John Huber 
Stanley Raymier 
cars; 2 motorcycles; 



Evansville (\'anderburgh Co.) Pop. 102,249 

Dir. of Public Safety L. L. Roberts 

Chief of Police Ira C. Wiltshire 

Chief of Detectives William Lukeman 

Head, Traffic Div William Reisinger 

Juvenile Officer Adolph Stallman 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Herschel Wire 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Wilson Home 

Head, Identif. Div Albert Felher 

Head, Records Div Paul M. Bonham 

Municipal Attorney Louis L. Roberts 

Probation Officer Estelle Joyce 

141 employees; 9 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Fort Wayne (Allen Co.) Pop. 114,946 

Chief of Police Geo. F. Eisenhut 

Chief of Detectives John Taylor 

Head, Traffic Div Custer Dunifon 

Head, Patrol Div Jules Stumpf 



Juvenile Officer Earl Cunningham 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Custer Dunifon 
Dir., Police Training. . . John Taylor 

Head, Identif. Div Ernest Frankfather 

Municipal Attorney Walter Helmke 

Probatio)i Officer Elmer Mueller 

124 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Frankfort (Clinton Co.) Pop. 12,196 

Chief of Police Marion G. Major 

Municipal Attorney Robert Starr 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Franklin (Johnson Co.) Pop. 5,682 

Chief of Police Lawson Sullivan 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Gary (Lake Co.) Pop. 100,426 

Chief of Police William Linn 

Captains of Police Opie C. Cross 

W. A. Forbis 

Head, Traffic Div Sergt. Taylor 

Juvenile Officers P. B. Atkins 

J. Sterns 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. W. Reichardt 

Municipal Attorney Floyd S. Draper 

Probation Officer Gladys N. McNiel 

159 employees; 12 patrol cars; 13 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Goshen (Elkhart Co.) Pop. 10,397 

Chief of Police Ray D. Auer 

Assistant Chief Donald Whitmer 

Head, Identif. Div Burch Voorhees 

Municipal Attorney Wallace Mehl 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Greensburg (Decatur Co.) Pop. 5,702 

Chief of Police Charles F. Hood 

Assistant Chief Warren Mellick 

Head, Traffic Div John W. Layton 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Hammond (Lake Co.) Pop. 64,560 

Chief of Police T. J. Martinson 

Chief of Detectives Sandor Singer 

Head, Traffic Div Louis Tebodo 

Juvenile Officer Frank HosUer 

Head, Identif. Div Harry J. Rimbach 

Municipal Attorney Paul Hawk 

86 employees; 12 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Hobart (Lake Co.) Pop. 5,787 

Chief of Police Frank H. Traeger 

Municipal Attorney Hosea A. Bayor 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



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Cities — Indiana 



Indiana — Cities of 



Huntington (Huntington Co.) Pop. 13,420 

Cliicf of Police C. Guy Payne 

Assistant Chief Tom E. Coughlin 

Captain of Police James P. Little 

Head, Identif. Div R. S. MacMurray 

Municipal Attorney MartO. Malley 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Indianapolis (Marion Co.) Pop. 364,161 

Chief of Police :M. F. Morrissey 

Chief of Detectives Fred Simon 

Head, Crime Prevcn Charles E. Weddle 

Head, Traffic Div Lewis L. Johnson 

Head, Accident Preven.. Lawrence McCarty 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Edwin H. Kruse 

Head, Identif. Div Albert G. Perrott 

Head, Records Div John J. O'Neal 

Municipal Attorney Edw. Knight 

Probation Officer Solon Vial 

590 employees; 23 patrol cars; 35 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 4 ambulances 

Jeffersonville (Clark Co.) Pop. 11,946 

Chief of Police Arthur T. Royce 

Probation Officer Mary T. Hughes 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Kendallville (Noble Co.) Pop. 5,439 

Chief of Police Leo Gaskell 

Municipal Attorney Porter D. Cronell 

5 employees 



Kokomo (Howard Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Accident Preven.. . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

35 employees; 4 patrol 



Pop. 32,843 

Chas. A. O'Neill 
Howard E. Cherry 
Ruth C. Spencer 
Roscoe Roe 
Harold H. Swope 
Harold H. Swope 
Carl J. Broo 
cars; 1 motorcycle 



Lafayette (Tippecanoe Co.) Pop. 26,240 

Chief of Police Edw. J. O'Connor 

Head, Traffic Div Edw. E. Farley 

Head, Identif. Div J. V. Weinhardt 

Municipal Attorney E. Burke Walker 

38 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

La Porte (La Porte Co.) Pop. 15,755 

Chief of Police Carl Baumgartner 

Municipal Attorney Norman Sallwasser 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Lebanon (Boone Co.) Pop. 6,445 

Chief of Police Edward N. Click 



Linton (Greene Co.) Pop. 5,085 

Chief of Police Daniel Scully 

Municipal Attorney A. M. Beasley 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Logansport (Cass Co.) Pop. 18,508 

Chief of Police O. R. Carson 

Head, Identif. Div IL V. Carson 

Head, Records Div Harr>^ M. Nutter 

Municipal Attorney Benjamin F. Long 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Marion (Grant Co.) Pop. 24,496 

Chief of Police Frank Brandon 

Head,' Identif. Div Earl McPherson 

Municipal Attorney Robert Caine 

29 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Michigan City (La Porte Co.) Pop. 26,735 

Chief of Police Julian Warner 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Sweeney 

Probation Officer Mrs. Melinskey 

35 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Mishawaka (St. Joseph Co.) Pop. 28,630 

Chief of Police Charles Montine 

Captain of Police Lester Brower 

Head, Traffic Div Theodore Brennan 

Head, Identif. Div Clem Brugh 

Municipal Attorney Spencer Walton 

Probation Officer Louis F. Schultz 

29 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Mt. Vernon (Posey Co.) Pop. 5,035 

Chief of Police Basil Cox 

4 employees ; 1 patrol car 

New Albany (Floyd Co.) Pop. 25,819 

Chief of Police Frank E. Kelley 

Municipal Attorney Chester Lorch 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

New Castle (Henry Co.) Pop. 14,027 

Chief of Police Thomas Lockhart 

Head, Traffic Div E. K. Sargent 

Municipal Attorney Malcom M. Edwards 

Probation Officer Mrs. Kate Maxim 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Peru (Miami Co.) Pop. 12,730 

Chief of Police Edward R. Hobbs 

Assistant Chief Eldon Chittum 

Municipal Attorney James Miller 

Probation Officer Nina Baure 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



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Indiana — Cities of 



Plymouth (Marshall Co.) 



Pop. 5,290 



Chief of Police Don Winsted 

Municipal Attorney Daniel E. Day 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



Portland (Jay Co.) 



Pop. 5,276 



Chief of Police Ernest Chatfant 

Captain of Police John Lingo 

Municipal Attorney Jay Gordon Meeker 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Terre Haute (Vigo Co.) Pop. 62,810 

Chief of Police Cary M. Thompson 

Chief of Detectives Thomas C. Welch 

Head, Traffic Div Cleo Reely 

Head, Policewomen Louise Zimmerman 

Head, Identif. Div Harry Kennett 

Head, Records Div Harry Kennett 

Municipal Attorney Winfield Fox 

Probation Officer Louise Zimmerman 

79 employees; 8 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Princeton (Gibson Co.) 



Pop. 7,505 Valparaiso (Porter Co.) 



Pop. 8,079 



Chief of Police Roy Burton 

5 erhployees; 1 patrol car 



Richmond (Wayne Co.) 



Pop. 32,493 



Chief of Police E. H. Duckett 

Head, Policewomen Catherine Sudhoff 

Head, Records Div Miss C. Schroeder 

Municipal Attorney H. U. Johnson II 

31 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Rushville (Rush Co.) 



Pop. 5,709 



Chief of Police Harry Levi 

Municipal Attorney O. F. Ingle 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Seymour (Jackson Co.) 



Pop. 7,508 



Chief of Police Julius G. Harlow 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Shelbyville (Shelby Co.) 



Pop. 10,618 



Chief of Police Earl E. Trees 

Assistant Chief Charles Goebel 

Municipal Attorney Geo. L. Stubbs 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

South Bend (St. Joseph Co.) Pop. 104,193 

Chief of Police W. K. Ingram 

Captain of Detectives .... Lucius LaFortune 

Head, Traffic Div Ellsworth Butts 

Head, Records Div Harold Whitmer 

Municipal Attorney George N. Beamer 

Probation Officer Mark Klugh 

105 employees; 15 patrol cars; 7 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



SulHvan (Sullivan Co.) 



Pop. 5,306 



Chief of Police George Barrick 

Assistant Chief OUie Gilbreath 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



Chief of Police Chas. H. Gilliland 

Captain of Police J. Frakes 

Municipal Attorney J. A. Fleshbein 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Vincennes (Knox Co.) 



Pop. 17,564 



Chief of Police Jesse L. Sullivan 

Head, Traffic Div Jefferson Thomas 

Head, Identif. Div Edgar Black 

Municipal Attorney Lyle E. Miller 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Wabash (Wabash Co.) 



Pop. 8,840 



Chief of Police Frank S. Gurtner 

Assistant Chief Zenno Mallot 

Municipal A ttorney Eugene Weesner 

Probation Officer Mrs. I. Bietman 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



Warsaw (Kosciusko Co.) 



Pop. 5,730 



Chief of Police Raymond Neff 

Assistant Chief J- H. Pittenger 

Municipal Attorney A. S. Widaman 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Washington (Daviess Co.) 



Pop. 9,070 



Chief of Police W. L. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Ray Donaldson 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

West Lafayette (Tippecanoe Co.) Pop. 5,095 

Chief of Police Nevin S. Beisel 

Municipal Attorney Lowell Martin 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Whiting (Lake Co.) 



Pop. 10,^ 



Chief of Police R. S. Springgate 

Head, Traffic Div John Surdukowski 

Municipal Attorney James S. McCarthy 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



62 



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State and Counties — Iowa 



Iowa 

State Capital: Des Moines 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor George A. Wilson (Des Moines) 

Attorney General Fred D. Everett (Des Moines) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Mel Curtis (Des Moines) 

State Department of Public Safety (State House, Des Moines) 
Commissioner Karl Fischer 

IOWA STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (State House, Dcs Moines) 

Acting Chief C. A. Knee 

Assistant Chief E. A. Conley 

315 employees; 125 patrol cars; 20 motorcycles 

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (State House, Des Moines) 

Director R. W. Nebergall 

DIVISION OF RADIO COMMUNICATIONS (State Housc, Des Moines) 

Director Eugene Brown 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Ft. Madison) Glen C. Haynes, Warden 

Men's Reformatory (Anamosa) Foss Davis, Warden 

Women's Reformatory (Rockwell City) E. Pauline Johnston, Supt. 

Board of Parole (Des Moines) C. E. Godfrey, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Se.« Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Agt.i 

Adair Greenfield M. L. Lydon W. E. DonCarlos 

Adams Corning Earl Gibson Ned B. Turner 

Allamakee Waukon J. P. King A. H. Jacobson 

Appanoose Centerv'ille Jack Bailey Chas. L. Johnson 

Audubon Audubon Fred Clemmensen H. Wayne Black 

Benton Vinton J. B. Franklin Wallace Snyder 

Black Hawk Waterloo H. T. Wagner Burr C. Towne 

Boone Boone Fred L. Wilkins E. C. Schroeder 

Bremer Waverly Harley Ehlert O. J. Reeve 

Buchanan Independence A. Hammelman John A. Cherny 

Buena Vista Storm Lake C. R. Gaffin Z. Z. White 

Butler Allison Frank Neal Harvey J. Carter 

Calhoun Rockwell City M. E. Dawson A. J. Braginton 

Carroll Carroll T. J. Finegan Robert Bruner 

Cass Atlantic P. P. Edwards Roscoe S. Jones 

Cedar Tipton W. W. Christian Reid L. Hunt 

Cerro Gordo Mason City Tim Phalen Chas. W. Barlow 

Cherokee Cherokee Don Phipps Archie R. Nelson 

Chickasaw New Hampton Geo. C. Murray Wm. J. Kennedy 

Clarke Osceola Floyd McQuern H. Stufflefield 

Clay Spencer Fred E. Erickson Alden D. Avery 

Clayton Elkader E. W. Carlson H. K. Roggensack 

Clinton Clinton C. W. Petersen Carroll Johnson 

Crawford Denison N. P. Cavett R. K. Brannon 

1 Adult probation called parole. Handled by State Board of Parole, Des Moines. (See State listing.) 

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Iowa — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Iowa — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Dallas Add 

Davis Bloomfield 

Decatur Leon 

Delaware Manchester 

Des Moines Burlington 

Dickinson Spirit Lake 

Dubuque Dubuque 

Emmet Estherville 

Fayette West Union 

Floyd Charles City 

Franklin Hampton 

Fremont Sidney 

Greene Jefferson 

Grundy Grundy Center 

Guthrie Guthrie Center 

Hamilton Webster City 

Hancock Garner 

Hardin Eldora 

Harrison Logan 

Henry Mount Pleasant 

Howard Cresco 

Humboldt Dakota City 

Ida Ida Grove 

Iowa Marengo 

Jackson Maquoketa 

Jasper Newton 

Jefferson Fairfield 

Johnson Iowa City 

Jones Anamosa 

Keokuk Sigourney 

Kossuth Algona 

Lee fFt. Madisonl 

[Keokuk / 

Linn Cedar Rapids 

Louisa Wapello 

Lucas Chariton 

Lyon Rock Rapids 

]\Iadison Winterset 

Mahaska Oskaloosa 

Marion Knoxville 

Marshall Marshalltown 

Mills Glen wood 

Mitchell Osage 

Monona Onawa 

Monroe Albia 

Montgomery .... Red Oak 

Muscatine Muscatine 

O'Brien Primghar 

Osceola Sibley 

Page . . . . : Clarinda 

Palo Alto Emmetsburg 

Plymouth LeMars 

Pocahontas Pocahontas 

Polk Des Moines 

Pottawattamie. . . Council Bluffs 



Sheriff 

Evan Berger 
K. E. Merryman 
Roscoe Sinco 
Carl Anderson 
Harry Hunt 
Joe McQuirk 
Leo Eisbach 
C. Fredericksen 

A. J. Kutschat 

B. F. Atherton 

F. C. Schweiger 
A. Christopher 
Foss Davis 

M. G. Mamminga 
E. E. Kunkle 
E. R. Lear 
L. M. Brower 
J. E. Davidson 

C. A. BuUis 
Manning Cline 
Albert Pederson 
H. J. Sexe 

L. W. Kuhl 
M. Engelbert 
Ronald CahiU 
Earl Shields 
Herbert Goodale 
Don McComas 
Henry Eichhorn 

E. E. Tremmel 
Casey Loss 
Harry Maas 

James Smith 

G. W. Oakes 
Ray Shepard 
J. J. McGuire 
A. E. Null 

F. VanGenderen 
Paul Applegate 
H. W. Jennings 
W. S. DeMoss 
Chas. Kathan 
Melvin Peterson 
John Goodwin 
Zeph Morgan 
Fred B. Nesper 
Edward Leemjuil 
H. J. Ramsey 
Cecil Crawford 
Bert Montgomery 
Frank Scholar 

H. Kapsch 
Vane Overturf 
Riley C. Nelson 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Prob.\tion Act. 



Charles I. Joy 

D. W. Harris 
Dio S. McGinnis 
H. J. Williamson 
R. H. Wright 
Virginia Bedell 
John L. Duffy 
Harry E. Cofiie 

E. B. Shaw 
Weston Jones 
Jas. E. Coonley 
Harold L. Martin 
Bill Hansen 

E. P. Ruppelt 

C. H. Taylor 
Geo. B. Aden 
Clark E. Lovrien 

D. W. Dickinson 
C. V. Burbridge 
Harold McLeran 
Geo. F. Mikesh 
Melvin L. Baker 
Ray G. Walter 

J. Paul Naughton 
Arthur Jenssen 
Luther M. Carr 
Geo. VanNostrand 
H. W. Vestermark 
Warren J. Rees 
R. H. Goeldner 
L. A. Winkel 
R. N. Johnson 

G. K. Thompson 
Thos. E. Perry 
O. A. Stafford 
Earl Fisher 
S. A. Webster 
Wm. M. Spencer 

C. A. Kading 
John Mowry 
W. R. Byington 

D. P. Chehock 
Elbert Prichard 
John E. IMiller 
L. L. Orsborn 
Frank Drake 
H. H. Schultz 

E. F. Kennedy 
Clinton Turner 
Jos. Hand 

M. Hoorneman 
A. C. Carmichael 
Francis Kuble 
Roy W. Smith 



1 Adult probation called parole. Handled by State Board of Parole, Des Moines. (See State listing.) 



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Cities — Iowa 



County Co. Skat 

Poweshiek Montezuma 

Ringgold Mount Ayr 

Sac Sac City 

Scott Davenport 

Shelby Harlan 

Sioux Orange City 

Story Nevada 

Tama Toledo 

Taylor Bedford 

Union Creston 

Van Buren Keosauqua 

Wapello Ottumwa 

Warren Indianola 

Washington Washington 

Wayne Corydon 

Webster Fort Dodge 

Winnebago Forest City 

Winneshiek Decorah 

Woodbury Sioux City 

Worth Northwood 

Wright Clarion 



Iowa — Counties of 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Fred Cochran 
H. P. Todd 
W. J. Stuart 
Walter Beuse 
Grover Philson 
Harry Dykstra 
C. V. McGrifT 
Harry Sharp 
Ivan Wells 
J. A. Ewing 
Roy Pickard 
C. E. Harding 
Lewis Johnson 
H. M. Putnam 
A. 0. Nessen 
Robt. Waldburger 
J. F. Johnson 
Geo. Harms 
W. R. Tice 
A. E. Weieneth 
Roy E. Wilson 



G. L. Eichhorn 
Grant L. Hayes 
John F. Wilson 
Clark Filseth 
Geo. Hurley 
Henry J. TePaska 
F. H. Lounsbcrry 
Geo. H. Struble 
Ralph C. Jones 
O. E. Anderson 
W. J. McConnell 
Edw. J. Grier 
J. B. Wilson 
R. A. Steward 
Pearl McMurry 
R. A. Knudson 
Dudley Weible 
Carl Nystrom 
M. Rawlings 
O. J. Wardwell 
Geo. Wright 



Probation Act. ■ 



City Agencies and Officials 



Ames (Story Co.) Pop. 10,261 

Chief of Police W. J. Cure 

Assistant Chief E. M. Jones 

Municipal Attorney M. Hirschburg 

10 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Atlantic (Cass Co.) Pop. 5,585 

Chief of Police Mike Carey 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph Burnea 

Municipal Attorney L. H. Pine 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Boone (Boone Co.) Pop. 11,886 

Chief of Police James B. Reid 

Assistant Chief Thomas Berry 

Municipal Attorney F. L. Mackey 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Burlington (Des Moines Co.) Pop. 26,755 

Chief of Police Fred J. Machholz 

Assistant Chief Joseph E. Baird 

Municipal Attorney Edward W. Dailey 

24 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Cedar Falls (Black Hawk Co.) Pop. 7,362 

Chief of Police L. E. Schwanke 

Assistant Chief Lester Adams 

Municipal Attorney R. F. Merner 



6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 
1 Adult probation called parole. Handled by State Board of Parole, Des Moines 

65 



Cedar Rapids (Linn Co.) Pop. 56,097 

Chief of Police R. J. Vlach 

Assistant Chief _ A. A. Mikota 

Chief of Detectives Earl Stanley 

Head, Traffic Div G. Hughes 

Juvenile Officer Lena A. Vogt 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. L. C. Glidden 

Head, Identif. Div R. C. Hopwood 

Head, Records Div T. Simon 

Municipal Attorney Don Hines 

57 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Centerville (Appanoose Co.) Pop. 8,147 

Chief of Police Ray Brunson 

Municipal Attorney George A. Milani 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Chariton (Lucas Co.) Pop. 5,365 

Chief of Police J. W. Scabs 

3 employees 

Charles City (Floyd Co.) Pop. 8,039 

Chief of Police Henry De Boest 

Municipal Attorney E. C. Hardwig 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Cherokee (Cherokee Co.) Pop. 6,443 

Chief of Police Don F. Phipps 

Municipal Attorney M. Miller 

Probation Officer Don R. Hankins 

4 employees 

(See State listing.) 



Iowa — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Iowa— Cities of 



Clinton (Clinton Co.) Pop. 25,726 

Chief of Police O. T. Roberts 

Assistant Chiefs Martin Duffy 

Herman Thomsen 

Municipal Attorney Stanley Mayer 

Probation Officer Harry Keeler 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Council Bluflfs (Pottawattamie Co.) Pop. 42,048 



. C. A. Bangs 
. C. R. Brown 
.H. G. Saint 
.E.E.Miller 
J. S. Stephens 

Municipal Attorney Proctor Perkins 

30 employees; 5 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives. . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Heads, Idenlif. Div. . . 



Creston (Union Co.) 



Pop. 8,615 



Chief of Police Charles Cruzen 

Municipal Attorney J. D. Reynolds 

Probation Officer Prudence Tomlinson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Davenport (Scott Co.) 



Pop. 60,751 



Chief of Police Reed Phillips 

Head, Traffic Div Harry Jager 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. P. Hennelly 

Municipal Attorney Harold Thuenen 

71 employees; 8 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 



Des Moines (Polk Co.) 



Pop. 142,559 



Dir. of Public Safety . . . . H. F. Hasbrouck 

Chief of Police H. A. Alber 

Assistant Chief Roger West 

Chief of Detectives J. A. Brophy 

Chief of Patrol Div L. L. Eklund 

Head, Traffic Div D. W. Rayburn 

Head, Identif. Div T. R. Pettit 

Head, Records Div Victor Smith 

Municipal Attorney Sol Click 

155 employees; 7 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Dubuque (Dubuque Co.) 



Pop. 41,679 



Chief of Police Joseph H. Strub 

Captain, Secretary George Stoltz 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph H. Strub 

Juvenile Officer N. J. Sutton 

Head, Identif. Div John A. Brady 

Head, Records Div John A. Brady 

Municipal Attorney Al Nelson 

Probation Officer N. J. Sutton 

40 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Fairfield (JeiTerson Co.) Pop. 6,619 

Chief of Police Bert C. Day 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Munro 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Fort Dodge (Webster Co.) Pop. 21,895 

Chief of Police H. T. Ryan 

Head, Identif. Div J. J. Kempley 

Municipal Attorney M. J. Mitchell 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Fort Madison (Lee Co.) 



Pop. 13,779 



Chief of Police E. D. Lee 

Assistant Chief L. E. Peckham 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Napier 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Iowa City (Johnson Co.) Pop. 15,340 

Chief of Police W. H. Bender 

Assistant Chief Joseph Dolezal 

Municipal Attorney Robert L. Larson 

Probation Officer Mrs. Mable Evans 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Pop. 15,106 

.E. C. McPherson 
.Wm. J. Lefeber 
.G. E. Frank 
.Joe Fields 
John Newkirk 



Keokuk (Lee Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Captain of Detectives 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney 



15 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Marshalltown (Marshall Co.) Pop. 17,373 

Chief of Police Harold F. Block 

Municipal Attorney W. D. Kearney 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Mason City (Cerro Gordo Co.) Pop. 23,304 



Chief of Police .... 
Assistant Chief. . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Municipal Attorney 
Probation Officer. 



.H.E.Wolfe 
.L. F. Risacher 
.J. W. Wallace 
. R. R. Oulman 
.H. J. Bryant 
.J. D. Barlow 



25 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Muscatine (Muscatine Co.) Pop. 16,778 

Chief of Police Mark Taylor 

Assistant Chief Mengo Grady 

Municipal Attorney Robert Stohr 

17 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Newton (Jasper Co.) 
Chief of Police 



Pop. 11,560 
.L. A. McCall 



66 



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State — Kansas 



Iowa — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney L. L. Brierly 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Oelwein (Fayette Co.) 



Top. 7,794 



C/7y Marshal Guy C. Gregory 

Deputy Marshals John Reisner 

Ben Doty 

Municipal Attorney Harold Sanford 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



Oskaloosa (Mahaska Co.) 



Pop. 10,123 



Chief of Police G. O. Crispin 

Assistant Chief D. E. Henley 

Head, Identif. Div J. E. Cook 

Municipal Attorney L. R. Carson 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



Ottumwa (Wapello Co.) 



Pop. 28,075 



Chief of Police W. M. Hicks 

Assistant Chief M. W. Criswell 

Head, Identif. Div Carl M. Higdon 

Municipal Attorney Herman Schafer 

19 employees; 1 patrol car 



Perry (Dallas Co.) 



Pop. 5,881 



Chief of Police L. Stanley 

Municipal Attorney George Sackett 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Red Oak (Montgomery Co.) 



Pop. 5,778 



Chief of Police W. S. Reiley 

Head, Traffic Div H. G. Fickefoose 

Municipal Attorney F. E. Billings 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Shenandoah (Page Co.) Pop. 6,502 

Chief of Police C. C. Novinger 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Sioux City (Woodbury Co.) Pop. 79,183 

Chief of Police Ray J. Mahr 

Chief of Detectives Thomas F. Farley 

Head, Traffic Div Carl E. Wood 

Juvenile Officers J. E. Keck 

C. H. Oqiin 

Head, Policewomen Edith Jipp 

Head, Identif. Div C. S. Lassen 

Municipal Attorney H. N. Slotsky 

91 employees; 13 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Spencer (Clay Co.) Pop. 5,019 

Chief of Police R. A. Peterson 

Assistant Chief Thomas Kephart 

Municipal Attorney Wilson Cornwall 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Waterloo (Black Hawk Co.) Pop. 46,191 

Chief of Police H. R. Crumrine 

Assistant Chief Ralph Davis 

Head, Traffic Div W. H. Wilson 

Juvenile Officer Mary Law 

Head, Policewomen Cecelia Storm 

Head, Identif. Div Emil A. Steffen 

Municipal Attorney W. L. Beecher 

46 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Webster City (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 

Chief of Police W. F. Kidder 

Assistant Chief M. J. House 

Municipal Attorney R. G. Remley 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 



7,024 



Kansas 

State Capital: Topeka 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Payne Ratner (Topeka) 

Attorney General Jay S. Parker (Topeka) 

Kansas State Highway Patrol (Masonic Building, Topeka) 

Stiperintendent E. P. Moomau 

Assistant Superintendent Will Zurbucken 

70 employees; 30 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles 

State Bureau of In^'estigation (Topeka) 
Director Lou P. Richter 

67 



Kansas — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Kansas — State of 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Lansing) M.S. Amrine, Warden 

State Industrial Reformatory (Hutchinson) Andrew J. Murray, Warden 

State Farm for Women (Lansing) Mrs. Etta Beavers, Siipt. 

Industrial School for Boys (Topeka) M. Lee Sorey, Supt. 

Industrial School for Girls (Beloit) Mrs. Grace Miles, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Topeka) Gov. Payne Ratner, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Aot.' 

Allen Tola Beatty Ray M. H. Bushey 

Anderson Garnett Arthur Huskey Clark Howerton 

Atchison Atchison Dan Crawford Ralph U. Pf outs 

Barber Medicine Lodge Clarence Frieden J. Lester Orr 

Barton Great Bend L. L. Becker Melvin O. Nuss 

Bourbon Fort Scott George Hare Daniel Lardner 

Brown Hiawatha Chas. Haggard Henry E. Miller 

Butler El Dorado Thos. Turner Gale Moss 

Chase Cottonwood R. C. Gibb Owen Samuel, Jr. 

Falls 

Chautauqua Sedan Roy E. Dyer John M. Wall 

Cherokee Columbus Clarence Burger Joe L. Henbest 

Cheyenne St. Francis Frank Schneider Robert Cram 

Clark Ashland Owen Marshall J. V. Severe 

Clay Clay Center J. E. Erickson Wayne W. Ryan 

Cloud Concordia J. R. Cleveland Lee Stanford 

Coffey Burlington Lafe Allen J. D. Hannen 

Comanche Coldwater Geo. Williams Horace H. Rich 

Cowley Winfield E. C. Day J. A. Herlocker 

Crawford Girard August Dorchy B. L. Humphreys 

Decatur Oberlin Corral Bainter Aldeverd Matcalf 

Dickinson Abilene Clarence Neis John H. Lehman 

Doniphan Troy Geo. Larson Wm. H. Strahan 

Douglas Lawrence Chas. Banning Milton P. Beach 

Edwards Kinsley C. M. Davis Harold R. Fatzer 

Elk Howard Ben H. Carter Ralph R. Rader 

Ellis Hays Jos. A. Beilman Norman W. Jeter 

Ellsworth Ellsworth A. J. Warta George D. Miner 

Finney Garden City Tom Reed Logan N. Green 

Ford Dodge City Claude Dowdy Harold Zimmer 

Franklin Ottawa Harry Cochrane Berte Newland 

Geary Junction City H. Schmedemann R. Schermerhorn 

Gove Gove Cliff Bland Max A. Campbell 

Graham HiU City Ivan S. Miles Casey Jones 

Grant Ulysses Walter Ford W. P. Wesley 

Gray Cimarron J. R. Allen C. C. Linley 

Greeley. ^ Tribune W. P. Downing ISIartin F. Trued 

Greenwood Eureka Victor Myers J. F. Darby 

Hamilton Syracuse RoUa Warner Bruce Mack 

Harper Anthony Fred Coon Guy Neal 

Harvey Newton H. W. Goodman Kenneth G. Speir 

Haskell Sublette Earl Robinson Hubert ISI. \'oigt 

Hodgeman Jetmore Ed Lang O. A. Wilson 

1 No county probation officers in state. All probation matters handled by eight state parole officers 
(See State listing.) 

68 



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Counties — Kansas 



Kansas — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Jackson Hoi ton 

Jefferson Oskaloosa 

Jewell Mankato 

Johnson Olathe 

Kearny Lakin 

Kingman Kingman 

Kiowa Cireensburg 

Labette Oswego 

Lane Dighton 

Leavenworth .... Leavenworth 

Lincoln Lincoln 

Linn Mound City 

Logan Russell Springs 

Lyon Emporia 

McPherson McPherson 

Marion Marion 

Marshall Marysville 

Meade Meade 

Miami Poala 

Mitchell Beloit 

Montgomery .... Independence 

Morris Council Grove 

Morton Richfield 

Nemaha Seneca 

Neosho Erie 

Ness Ness City 

Norton Norton 

Osage Lyndon 

Osborne Osborne 

Ottawa Minneapolis 

Pawnee Earned 

Phillips Phillipsburg 

Pottawatomie. . .Westmoreland 

Pratt Pratt 

Rawlins Atwood 

Reno Hutchinson 

Republic Belleville 

Rice Lyons 

Riley Manhattan 

Rooks Stockton 

Rush La Crosse 

Russell Russell 

Saline Salina 

Scott Scott City 

Sedgwick Wichita 

Seward Liberal 

Shawnee Topeka 

Sheridan Hoxie 

Sherman Goodland 

Smith Smith Center 

Stafford St. John 

Stanton Johnson 

Stevens Hugoton 

Sumner Wellington 



R. E. Singer 
Roy V. Housh 
Paul Jones 
Emmett Pitt 
\lrgil Hubbard 
Fred Twyman 
Claud Beckett 
W. H. Beinst 
C. J. Van Pelt 
Ted Morrow 
P. E. Grimes 
Hugh West 
Loftus Smith 
Dan Rowlands 
Fred Graham 
Harry Heleker 
Hans Johnson 
Geo. Roberts 
Ed Schlotman 
Wm. A. Nible 
Wm. Gillespie 
Lawrence Parker 

E. V. Lavielle 
Lloyd Cobun 
H. S. Nelson 
John O'Brien 
Chas. Holland 
Oliver Green 
Ernest Hook 
Evert Hunt 
A. A. Row 
W. A. Hobbs 
Joe Dixon 
Marwin Ray 
W. J. Wright 
Guy Ankerholz 
Curtis Moore 
Claude Suttle 
W. E. Richter 
A. D. Stevens 
Chas. Krause 
Ted Steinle 

U. S. McDonald 
W. L. Quance 
Albert Bertrand 
W. A. Thornbur^ 
Roy A. Boast 
Milt Lewis 
John R. Fenno 

F. L. Daniels 
Glenn Carleton 
J. W. Dimitt 
Roy Bennett 
Elmer M. Holt 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Dean Shrader 
James Lester 
L. E. Weltmer 
W. C. Jones 
John D. Edwards 
Ted M. Flick 
V. M. McElroy 
Glenn Jones 
John S. Elting 
Walter Biddle 
Ralph A. Rodgers 
F. M. Ball 
Earl V. Artley 
Jay Sullivan 
John K. Brandon 
D. W. Wheeler 
L. L. McLaughlin 
Frank S. Sullivan 
Oliver Rinehart 
Orin C. Jordan 
Clement H. Hall 
W. E. Hembrow 
Oscar F. Perkins 
Harry A. Lanning 
John C. McCall 
Ray McCombs 
J. C. Tillotson 
Harry T. Coffman 
Donald J. Magaw 
F. D. Boyce 
R. L. Strobel 
Frank Hahn 
R. H. Kaul 
R. L. Cobean 
Robert J. Lewis 
Arthur T. Symns 
Guy E. Ward 
Robert Jones 
Harold Hughes 
Wayne McCaslin 
R. L. Long 
Floyd L. Kirkman 

C. L. Clark 

D. B. Lang 
Tom Harley 

;h H. A. Gaskill 
Paul L. Harvey 
W. H. Clark 
Alden Sparks 
A. Windscheffel 
F. R. Seely 
Max Dice 
J. S. Brollier 
Logan Lane 



Probation Act. 



^ No county probation officers in state. 
(See State listing.) 



All probation matters handled by eight state parole officers. 



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Kansas — Cities 



THE POLICE 



KANSAS — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Thomas Colby 

Trego Wakeeney 

Wabaunsee Alma 

Wallace Sharon Springs 

Washington Washington 

Wichita Leoti 

Wilson Fredonia 

Woodson Yates Center 

Wyandotte Kansas City 



Sheriff 

J. L. Wolf 
W. E. Herr 
Wm. A. Mossman 
Orville Walker 
Fred Diedrichs 
Lloyd Mathes 
C. O. Vice 
Chas. O'Brien 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Morgan H. Cole 
Wm. Wagner, Jr. 
E. W. Stuewe 
James E. Taylor 
L. W. Rosenkranz 
Chas. H. Stewart 
C. A. Bauer, Jr. 
Hoyt F. White 



Probation Act.' 



Frank Zimmer A. J. Stanley 



Abilene (Dickinson Co.) 

Chief of Police W. D. Nelson 

Mufiicipal Attorney T. D. Scott 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Arkansas City (Cowley Co.) Pop. 13,946 

Chief of Police Lester Richardson 

Captain of Police Walter Gray 

Head, Idenlif. Div C. A. Smiley 

Municipal Attorney H. D. Howard 

Probation Officer Rufus R. Marsh 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Atchison (Atchison Co.) Pop. 13,024 

Chief of Police W. C. Linville 

Head, Identif. Div H. H. Crouch 

Municipal Attorney M. P. O'Keefe 

Probation Officer Lee Crouch 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Chanute (Neosho Co.) Pop. 10,277 

Chief of Police Lee A. Knapp 

Assistant Chief John R. Henson 

Municipal Attorney Joe F. Balch 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Coffeyville (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 16,198 

Chief of Police Sam Knight 

Municipal Attorney Aubrey Neale 

Probation Officer Rose Parker 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Concordia (Cloud Co.) Pop. 5,792 

Chief of Police Don Barrett 

Assistant Chief J. F. Swafford 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Paulsen 

Probation Officer Dan. F. Perkins 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dodge City (Ford Co.) Pop. 10,059 

Chief of Police E. M. Olson 

Head, Identif. Div Monty B. Sinks 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 5,658 



Municipal Attorney Charles Russell 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Eldorado (Butler Co.) Pop. 10,311 

Chief of Police Charles Parton 

Captain of Police Ray Byers 

Head, Traffic Div Glen Tarrant 

Head, Identif. Div Pat Patridge 

Municipal Attorney Dick Woodward 

12 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Emporia (Lyon Co.) Pop. 14,067 

Chief of Police Roy L. Clay 

Assistant Chief Clarence Jenkins 

Head, Traffic Div Tom Fleming 

Municipal Attorney O. L. Isaacs 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Fort Scott (Bourbon Co.) Pop. 10,763 

Chief of Police R. L. Wells 

Assistant Chief Harry Hyle 

Head, Traffic Div Ed Fr>-e 

Municipal Attorney G. Louderback 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Garden City (Finney Co.) Pop. 6,121 

Chief of Police Lee Richardson 

Municipal Attorney H. O. Trinkle 

1 patrol car 

Great Bend (Barton Co.) Pop. 5,548 

Chief of Police V. H. Houdyshell 



Assistant Chief. . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Municipal Attorney 
Probation Officer 



. H. A. Spurgeon 
.Bert Truex 
.Wayne Lamoreux 
Arthur Remspear 



1 No count)' probation ofScers in state. 
(See State listing.) 



4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hutchinson (Reno Co.) Pop. 27,085 

Chief of Police Ben. L. Jones 

Head, Traffic Div E. L. Mettlen 

Municipal Attorney Eugene White 

All probation matters handled by eight state parole ofl&cers. 



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Cities — Kansas 



Kansas- 

Probation Officer La\'ern Fenn 

32 employees; 8 patrol cars; 12 motorcycles 

Independence (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 12,782 

Chief of Police T. S. Thompson 

Assistant Chief Alva E. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney C. E. Stevens 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

lola (Allen Co.) Pop. 7,160 

Chief of Police 0. V. Kelley 

Assistant Chief Harry Gardner 

Municipal Attorney Burney Miller 

6 employees ; 1 patrol car 

Junction City (Geary Co.) Pop. 7,407 

Chief of Police Jess W. Filby 

Assistant Chief G. S. Dillon 

Municipal Attorney C. L. Hoover 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Kansas City (Wyandotte Co.) Pop. 121,857 

Dir. of Public Safety Conrad Miller 

Chief of Police W. H. Stone 

Head, Records Div Clyde Schell 

Alunicipal Attorney A. H. Skinner 

93 employees; 23 patrol cars 

Lawrence (Douglas Co.) Pop. 13,726 

Chief of Police Jude Anderson 

Head, Traffic Div James Messer 

Head, Identif. Div Ralph Hubbel 

Municipal Attorney George K. Melvin 

Probation Officer Rachel Flory 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Leavenworth (Leavenworth Co.) Pop. 17,466 

Chief of Police W. A. Cranston 

Head, Identif. Div A. C. Mistier 

Municipal Attorney J. Dawes 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Liberal (Seward Co.) Pop. 5,294 

Chief of Police L. E. Warden 

Municipal Attorney R. C. Eastman 

4 employees 

Manhattan (Riley Co.) Pop. 10,136 

Chief of Police A. A. R. Scheleen 

Assistant Chief Clinton Bolte 

Municipal Attorney Gerald Smith 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

McPherson (McPherson Co.) Pop. 6,147 

Chief of Police John G. HoUoway 

Assistant Chief Ira Grant 

Head, Traffic Div Harold Brunk 



-Cities of 

Probation Officer J. J. Ileidenrecht 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Newton (Harvey Co.) Pop. 11,034 

Chief of Police E. A. Matthews 

Assistant Chief M. O. Ziegler 

Municipal Attorney Fred Ice 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Ottawa (Franklin Co.) Pop. 9,563 

Chief of Police F. H. Bullock 

Head, Traffic Div W. G. Judd 

Municipal Attorney R. R. Redmond 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Parsons (Labette Co.) Pop. 14,903 

Chief of Police Thomas Hogan 

Assistant Chief A. M. Hathaway 

Chief of Detectives B. Bolander 

Head, Identif. Div Jerold McMullen 

Municipal Attorney S. T. McAlister 

Probation Officer Virginia Brents 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Pittsburg (Crawford Co.) Pop. 18,145 

Chief of Police A. R. Armstrong 

Assistant Chief Dwight Elgin 

Head, Identif. Div Thomas Stowers 

Municipal Attorney Ben W. Weir 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Pratt (Pratt Co.) Pop. 6,322 

Chief of Police E. E. Scantlin 

Municipal Attorney Max C. Bucklin 

Probation Officer E. R. Barnes 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Salina (Saline Co.) Pop. 20,155 

Chief of Police D. K. Fitch 

Assistant Chief G. H. Joy 

Head, Identif. Div W. L. Bueche 

Municipal Attorney W. S. Norris 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Topeka (Shawnee Co.) Pop. 64,120 

Chief of Police CD. McKnaught 

Head, Identif. Div William C. Link 

Head, Records Div Seth C. Lemons 

Municipal Attorney Mark Bennett 

70 employees; 11 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Wellington (Sumner Co.) Pop. 7,405 

Chief of Police H. C. lames 

Assistant Chief W. B. Shirley 

Municipal Attorney John Bradley 

71 



Kentucky — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Kansas — Cities of 



Probation Officer Robert Cobean 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Wichita (Sedgwick Co.) 

ChieJ of Police 

Chief of Detectives 

Chief of Patrol Div 

Head, Crime Preven.. . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Accident Preven. . 



Pop. 111,110 

L. E. Bowery 
Thos. H. Jaycox 
C. U. Bedell 
H. L. McCormick 
Dan S. Carrier 
A. L. Hodgson 
S. Abercrombie 



Dir., Police Training. . . .Paul Haggard 

Head, Records Div A. A. Lewis 

Municipal Attorney Vincent Heibsch 

120 employees; 24 patrol cars; 7 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Winfield (Cowley Co.) Pop. 9,398 

Chief of Police E. F. Greer 

Municipal Attorney S. C. Bloss 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Kentucky- 
State Capital: Frankfort 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Albert B. Chandler (Frankfort) 

Attorney General Hubert Meredith (Frankfort) 

State Liquor Commission, Chainnan Clyde Reeves (Frankfort) 

Kentucky State Highway Patrol (140 High St., Frankfort) 

Director W. H. Hansen 

Supervisor, Identif. Bur Jos. C. Burman 

Head, Records Div Leland H. Barnes 

146 employees; 56 patrol cars; 21 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Eddyville) W. J. Buchanan, Warden 

State Reformatory (Lagrange) James Hammond, Warden 

State Reformatory for Women (Pine Bluff) Fanny Bell, Supervisor 

Houses of Reform (Greendale) S. K. Holland, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Frankfort) Norman Braden, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act.' 

Adair Columbia M. L. Rowe O. A. Durham {See Cumberland 

Co.) 

Allen Scottsville John Cook Douglas Keen {See Warren Co.) 

Anderson Lawrenceburg E.M.Stinnett Wm. E. Dowling W.S.Johnson 

Ballard Weckliffe E.D.Johnson Noyl B. Rogers {See Carlisle Co.) 

Barren Glasgow L.B.Doyle Brents Dickenson {Sec Bullitt Co.) 

Bath OwingsviHe Clark Rogers Harold Swartz {See Montgomery 

Co.) 

Bell . . . . : Pmeville Martin Green W. B. Smith {See Harlan Co.) 

Boone Burlington F.M.Walton Chas. W. Riley {See Grant Co.) 

Bourbon Paris S. E. Bedford Gene Lair {See Scott Co.) 

Boyd Catlettsburg E. K. Rose Clayton Smoot J. D. Arnett ^ 

Boyle Danville Gilbert White P.J.Clarke J. S. Best 

Bracken Brooksville W. R. Boughner M.J.Hennessey {See Mason Co.) 

1 No county probation officers. .\.dult probation handled by district state parole agents. 

2 Address: Wilmore, Kentucky. 

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Counties— Kentucky 



Kentucky — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Shkriff Co. Pros. .\tty. PROBATIO^f Act. ' 

Breathitt Jackson Walter Deaton Roscoe C. Bach {See Magoffin Co.) 

Breckinridge Hardinsburg C. E. Bennett A. M. Beard {See Grayson Co.) 

BulHtt Shepherdsville W.F.Monroe Lindsay Ridgway Robert Jones 

Butler Morgantown Dewey Ward W. C. Barrow {See Warren Co.) 

Caldwell Princeton W. O. Mitchell G. O. Eldred S. O. Catlett 

Calloway Murray J. I. Fox Wells Overbey C. A. Hale 

Campbell fNewport \ L. C. Sickmeier R. J. Neff, Jr. W. P. Fassler 

I Alexandria/ 

Carhsle Bardwell H. C. Ward T. M. Collins J. D. Moore 

Carroll CarroUton Elmer Fisher R. J. Wade {See Grant Co.) 

Carter Grayson W. E. Stevens W. H. Counts {See Elliott Co.) 

Casey Liberty B. L. Cundiff Eli G. Wesley {See Cumberland 

Co.) 

Christian Hopkinsville Edwin J. France W. H. Southall {See Calloway Co.) 

Clark Winchester R. L. Cruse J. S. Hays, Jr. {See Jessamine Co.) 

Clay Manchester D. L. Gibson Chas. C. Smith R. L. Combs 

Clinton Albany J. A. Allen Granvil Smith {See Pulaski Co.) 

Crittenden Marion J.E.Perry Edward D. Stone {See Caldwell Co.) 

Cumberland Burkesville Pearl Pace B.L.Simpson Ben Jones 

Daviess Owensboro Simon B. Smith D. M. Griffith R, E. Miller 

Edmonson Brownsville Hobart Meredith T. H. Demunbrun {See Warren Co.) 

Elliott Sandy Hook Jack Brown Hays Ferguson S. L. Woolridge 

Estill Irvine Clarence Williams H. E. Hay {See Fayette Co.) 

Fayette Lexington Ernest Thompson S. H. Cole Blanton Shea 

Fleming Flemingsburg Clyde N. Call L. A. MacDonald {See Mason Co.) 

Floyd Prestonsburg Dial Salisbury F. D. Short {See Boyd Co.) 

FrankHn Frankfort John M. Lucas J. P. Hanrahan {See Scott Co.) 

Fulton Hickman O. C. Henry Wood Tipton, Jr. {See Carlisle Co.) 

Gallatin Warsaw Earl Spencer F. S. Connely {See Grant Co.) 

Garrard Lancaster V. A. Lear H. C. Cox {See Boyle Co.) 

Grant Williamstown B. F. Kinman G. L. Tucker Augustus Bishop 

Graves Mayfield C. C. Wagoner W. H. Wyman {See Carlisle Co.) 

Grayson Leitchfield W. A. Smith C. O. Carrier L. O. Hunter 

Green Greensburg E. W. Adkins Vernon Shuffett {See Marion Co.) 

Greenup Greenup G. W. Burchett Oscar Sammons {See Lewis Co.) 

Hancock Hawesville Hal Young Will S. Givens {See Daviess Co.) 

Hardin Elizabethtown Sam Spiers J. W. Hodges {See Grayson Co.) 

Harlan Harlan H. C. Cawood B. O. Howard T. K. Watson 

Harrison Cynthiana Victor Ross M. G. Land {See Nicholas Co.) 

Hart Munfordville Noah Riggs Chas. Richardson {See Bullitt Co.) 

Henderson Henderson A. B. Eblen Odie Duncan Warren Knight 

Henry New Castle Reese Bush J. F. Thomas {See Anderson Co.) 

Hickman Clinton Dick Montgomery T. L. Lampkin {See Carlisle Co.) 

Hopkins Madisonville F. C. Wilkey Carroll Morrow {See Caldwell Co.) 

Jackson McKee Joe Pence Heck Johnson {See Clay Co.) 

Jefferson Louisville J. H. Mathews L. S. Grauman G. L. Heicken 

Jessamine Nicholasville E. B. Dean John Watts R. L. Penniston ^ 

Johnson Paintsville Julius Daniel D. C. V. House Sam Copley 

Kenton Covington H. A. Berndt W. E. Wehrman Frank Ohnefless 

Knott Hindman General Fugate Dan Martin {See Bovd Co.) 

Knox Barbourville R. C. Partin J. B. Campbell W. G. Riley 

Larue Hodgenville M.W.Scott S.M.Howard {See Bullitt Co.) 

Laurel London Fred V. Lucas J. E. Waldon {See Laurel Co.) 

^ No county probation officers. Adult probation handled by district state parole agents. 
^Address: Ashland, Kentucky. 

73 



Kentucky — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Kentucky — Counties of 



County Co. Skat Sheriff 

Lawrence Louisa Proctor Fyffe 

Lee Beattyville Herb McGuire 

Leslie Hyden C. B. Duff 

Letcher Whitesburg Doyle Hogg 

Lewis Vanceburg Henry Hardy 

Lincoln Stanford J. N. Cash 

Livingston Smithland Gabe McCandless 

Logan Russellville E. Beauchamp 

Lyon Eddy ville Allen Williams 

McCracken Paducah C. A. Rottgering 

McCreary Whitley City G. C. Walker 

McLean Calhoun Everett Woods 

Madison Richmond Leslie Turpin 

Magoffin Salversville Carl Cooper 

Marion Lebanon R. B. Hovrigan 

Marshall Benton Jack Edwards 

Martin Inez James Horn 

Mason Maysville J. H. Moran 

Meade Brandonburg Tom Parr 

Menifee Frenchburg Ben Wells 

Mercer Harrodsburg J. S. Buster 

Metcalfe Edmonton E. C. Pulliam 

Monroe Tomkinsville Abe Carter 

Montgomery. . . .Mount Sterling A. G. Prewitt 

Morgan West Liberty S. H. Lykins 

Muhlenberg Greenville Peck O'Neil 

Nelson Bardstown T. J. Royalty 

Nicholas Carlisle L. B. Barton 

Ohio Hartford J. W. Smith 

Oldham La Grange Clayton Renaker 

Owen Owenton A. E. Rose 

Owsley Booneville Jaines Shepherd 

Pendleton Falmouth E. A. Thomas 

Perry Hazard Justice Begley 

Pike Pikeville Mrs. Earl Scott 

Powell Stanton Dellmus Bowen 

Pulaski Somerset James Beaty 

Robertson Mount Olivet Forrest Linville 

Rockcastle Mount Vernon Earl Phillips 

Rowan Morehead B. F. McBrayer 

Russell Jamestown A. W. Leach 

Scott Georgetown W. H. Gatewood 

Shelby Shelbyville Alex Green 

Simpson Franklin A. L. Garrett 

Spencer Taylorsville J. B. Crafton 

Taylor Campbellsville J. H. Harden 

Todd Elkton J. R. Mansfield 

Trigg Cadiz J. C. Humphries 

^ No county probation officers. Adult probation handled 

74 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

T. S. Thompson 
J. F. Sutton 
W. C. Hoskins 
G. B. Adams 

C. H. Reidinger 

E. G. Baxter 
H. F. Greeb 
J. A. Whitaker 
R. L. Sisson 
J. E. Kirksey 
W. H. Caylor 

D. C. Ross 

0. W. Hisle 

A. H. Allen 

F. L. Chelf 

B. T. Cooper 

J. B. Clark 
D. L. Wood 
Percy Shumate 
S. N. Williams 

1. C. James 
Joseph Martin 
Paul Carter 

G. E. Coons 
R. F. Nickell 
Russell O'Neil 
A. W. Nichols 
Bruce Morford 
Clarence Bartlett 
H. E. Netherton 
Edward Duvall 
J. K. Gibbard 
W. M. Davis 

D. B. Woo ton 
J. A. Runyon 
M. H. Briscoe 

W. R. Jones 
J. R. McGinety 
R. B. Bird 
R. M. Clay 

R. E. Lloyd 

J. C. McKnight 
Coleman Wright 

E. P. Hatter 
Thad Cheatham 
R. T. Garnett 
H. G. Davis 
S. S. McKinney 

by district state parole agents. 



Probation Act. ' 

{See Boyd Co.) 
{See Fayette Co.) 
{See Perry Co.) 
{See Pike Co.) 
Clark Esham 
{See Boyle Co.) 
{See Caldivell Co.) 
{See Simpson Co.) 
{See Calloway Co.) 
Horace Rudolph 
{See Knox Co.) 
{See Daviess Co.) 
{See Jessamine Co . 
R. L. Stevens 
Ben Wilson 
{See McCracken 

Co.) 
{See Johnson Co.) 
R. T. Fisher 
{See Grayson Co.) 
{See Montgomery 

Co.) 
{Sec Boyle Co.) 
{See Bullitt Co.) 
{See Cumberland 

Co.) 
H. S. Prewitt 
{See Elliott Co.) 
{See Simpson Co.) 
{See Bullitt Co.) 
Floyd Clark 
{See Daviess Co.) 
{See Anderson Co.) 
{See Grant Co.) 
{See Fayette Co.) 
{See Nicholas Co.) 
J. C. Steele 
Lawrence Branham 
{See Jessamine 

Co.) 
Prichard Haskell 
{See Nicholas Co.) 
{Sec Pulaski Co.) 
{See Mo)itgomery 

Co.) 
{See Cumberland 

Co.) 
Vardy Bybee 
{See Anderson Co.) 
H. B. Smith 
{See Anderson Co.) 
{See Marion Co.) 
{See Simpson Co.) 
{See Calloway Co.) 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Kentucky 



Kentucky — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Trimble Bedford 

Union Morganfield 

Warren Bowling (ireen 

Washington Springfield 

Wavne Monticello 

Webster Dixon 

Whitley Williamsburg 

Wolfe Camp ton 

Woodford Versailles 



SlIF.RIFF 

Carroll Miles 
T. C. McMurray 
Byron Hendricks 
J. C. Robinson 
G. P. Tate 
W. P. Kuykendall 
Everett Ellison 
J. R. Clark 
Frank Watts 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Eugene Mosley 
W. B. Harris 
W. H. Natcher 
PI. M. Grigsby 
J. C. Davis 
T. W'. Johnson 
W. R. Smith 
C. E. Lindon 
M. A. Dawson 



Prob.\tion Act. > 

{See Anderson Co.) 
{Sec Henderson Co.) 
John M. Adams 
{See Marion Co.) 
{See Pidaski Co.) 
{See Henderson Co.) 
{See Knox Co.) 
{See Magoffin Co.) 
{See Scott Co.) 



City Agencies and Officials 



Ashland (Boyd Co.) Pop. 29,074 

Chief of Police Charles F. Howard 

Municipal Attorney Strother Hynes 

25 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Bellevue (Campbell Co.) Pop. 8,497 

Chief of Police Ed Winters 

Municipal Attorney William Wise 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bowling Green (Warren Co.) Pop. 12,348 

Chief of Police Claude L. Thomas 

Assistant Chief D. H. Brown 

Municipal Attorney J. T. Orendorf 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Catlettsburg (Boyd Co.) Pop. 5,025 

Chief of Police Bennie Rice 

Municipal Attorney George Gallup 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Corbin (Whitley Co.) Pop. 8,036 

Chief of Police George W. Jenkins 

Municipal Attorney Zeb Stuart 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Covington (Kenton Co.) Pop. 65,252 

Chief of Police Alfred F. Schild 

Assistant Chief Sol F. Kinsler 

Juvenile Officer Fred Read 

Head, Policewomen Laura Coffman 

Head, Records Div Robert Teipel 

Municipal Attorney Gene Benzinger 

72 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Danville (Boyle Co.) Pop. 6,729 

Chief of Police J. P. Critchfield 

Municipal Attorney Henry Jackson 

6 emploj-ees; 1 patrol wagon 



Dayton (Campbell Co.) Pop. 9,071 

Chief of Police Harry Reinfelder 

Assistant Chief Ray Sesher 

Municipal Attorney Charles E. Graham 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Fort Thomas (Campbell Co.) Pop. 10,008 

Chief of Police L. W. Cook, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney Louis Arnold 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Frankfort (Franklin Co.) Pop. 11,626 

Chief of Police Edward M. Davis 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Rosenstein 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Glasgow (Barren Co.) Pop. 5,042 

Chief of Police George B. Berr}^ 

Municipal Attorney Cecil C. Wilson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Hazard (Perry Co.) Pop. 7,021 

Chief of Police D. Y. Wooton 

Assistant Chief Bert Feltner 

Municipal Attorney W. E. Faulkner 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Henderson (Henderson Co.) Pop. 11,668 

Chief of Police J. F. Fitzgerald 

Municipal Attorney J. C. Worsham 

17 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Hopkinsville (Christian Co.) Pop. 10,746 

Chief of Police R. H. King 

Assistant Chief Hiley Cobb 

Municipal Attorney W'. E. Rogers 

13 employees; 1 patrol car 

Jenkins (Letcher Co.) Pop. 8,465 

Chief of Police Tolby B. HaU 

10 employees; 1 patrol w-agon 



No county probation officers. Adult probation handled by district state parole agents. 

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Kentucky — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Kentucky — Cities of 



Lexington (Fayette Co.) 



Chief of Police Austin B. Price 

Assistant Chief James Uonlon 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Joe Harrigan 

Juvenile Officer John Thorne 

Head, Policeivomen Margaret Egbert 

Head, Identif. Div G. W. Maupin 

Head, Records Div Chester Maiick 

Municipal Attorney J. K. Daingerfield 

Probation Officer Hamilton Rice 

82 employees; 10 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Pop. 45,736 Assistant Chief P. L. Perry 

Municipal Attorney James W. Smith 

24 employees; 1 patrol car 



Louisville (Jefferson Co.) 



Pop. 307,745 



Dir. of Public Safety S. H. McMeekin 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .Edw. P. Callahan 
Act^ g Chief of Detectives. . .J. E. Malone 

Head, Traffic Div Estel Hack 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Carl E. Heustis 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Elmer L. Smith 

Head, Identif. Div J. E. Malone 

Head, Records Div J. E. Malone 

Municipal Attorney John H. Dougherty 

Probation Officer Mrs. T. H. Mason 

438 employees; 37 patrol cars; 31 motor- 
cycles; 5 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 



Ludlow (Kenton Co.) 



Pop. 6,485 



Chief of Police Harvey C. Searp 

Municipal Attorney R. B. Carran 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 



Madisonville (Hopkins Co.) 



Pop. 6,908 



Chief of Police Patrick Collins 

Municipal Attorney Chas. Franklin 



Mayfield (Graves Co.) 



Pop. 8,177 



Chief of Police Dick Hughes 

Municipal Attorney R. E. Johnston 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Maysville (Mason Co.) 



Pop. 6,557 



Chief of Police Harry Stewart 

Head, Traffic Div Albert S. Knox 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Simpson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Middlesboro (Bell Co.) 



Pop. 10,350 



Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Doyle Byrd 
Chief of Police Charles H. Minton 



Newport (Campbell Co.) 



Pop. 29,744 



Chief of Police Leo Livingston 

Municipal Attorney Carl Ebert 

48 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 



Owensboro (Daviess Co.) 



Pop. 22,765 



Dir. of Public Safety 
Chief of Police .... 
Assistant Chief . . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Municipal Attorney 
Probation Officer 



. .Henry Cline 
. . R. P. Thornberry 
. .W. P. Morris 
. .R. D. Bristow 
. .Wm. Wiggenton 
. .Helen Foster 
32 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Paducah (McCracken Co.) 



Pop. 33,541 



Chief of Police W. E. Bryant 

Assistant Chief Gene Sumner 

Chief of Detectives Kelly Franklin 

Municipal Attorney F. Katterjohn 

Probation Officer Horace Rudolph 

39 employees; 6 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 



Paris (Bourbon Co.) 



Pop. 6,204 



Chief of Police A. B. Lovell 

Assistant Chief Fred Link 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Connell 

6 employees 



Richmond (Madison Co.) 



Pop. 6,495 



Chief of Police Boain Lackey 

Municipal Attorney Geo. C. Robbins 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Somerset (Pulaski Co.) 



Pop. 5,506 



Chief of Police . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. 
Municipal Attorney. 



.J. B. Jasper 
.H. R. Norfieet 
. C. L. Tarter 



5 employees 



Winchester (Clark Co.) 



Pop. 8,233 



Chief of Police M. D. Tarpy 

Assistant Chief J. C. Park 

Municipal Attorney T. S. Clay 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



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State and Parishes — Louisiana 



Louisiana 

State Capital: Baton Rouge 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Earl K. Long (Baton Rouge) 

Attorney General D- M. Ellison (Baton Rouge) 

Louisiana State Police (Box 1791, Baton Rouge) 

Superintendent L. F. Guerre 

Assistant Superintendent M. J. Roden 

Captain, Detective Div J- W. Bates 

Captain, Identif. Bur L- C. Cave 

150 employees; 40 patrol cars; 50 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Baton Rouge) T. S. Landry, GenH Mgr. 

State Penitentiary (Angola) L. A. Jones, Warden 

Training Institute for Boys (Monroe) John A. Jones, Acfg Supt. 

Industrial School for Girls (Alexandria) Mrs. J. L. Averitt, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Gibsland) W. J. Broadwell, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Winnfield) 0. B. Thompson 



Parish Agencies and Officials 

Parish Parish Seat Sheriff 

Acadia Crowley W. \'. Larcade 

Allen Oberlin D. P. Reed 

Ascension Donaldsonville Lester Gonzales 

Assumption Napoleonville L. H. Himel 

Avoyelles Marksville G. V. Saucier 

Beauregard DeRidder Monette Jones 

Bienville Arcadia H. Jordan 

Bossier Benton L. H. Padgett 

Caddo Shreveport T. R. Hughes 

Calcasieu Lake Charles Henry A. Reid 

Caldwell Columbia G. E. Erskine 

Cameron Cameron Mark Richard 

Catahoula Harrisonburg Roy L. Huff 

Claiborne Homer Larry G. Sale 

Concordia Yidalia E. P. Campbell 

De Soto Mansfield J. J. McFatter 

East Baton Rouge Baton Rouge N. H. deBretton 

East Carroll Lake Providence W. McF. Long 

East Feliciana Clinton C. H. Andrews 

Evangeline Ville Platte C. H. Pucheu 

Franklin Winnsboro ' E. T. Randall 

Grant Colfax H. Gillis Bowen 

Iberia New Iberia P. A. Landry 

Iberville Plaquemine E. P. Blanchard 

Jackson Jonesboro Neil Thomas 

Jefferson Gretna F. J. Clancy 

Jefferson Davis Jennings Gus Broussard 

Lafayette Lafayette J. C. Chargois 

Lafourche Thibodaux Thos. Stark 

La Salle Jena Barlow Thompson 

Lincoln Ruston J. B. Thigpen 

Livingston Springville R. P. Easterly 

77 



Par. Pros. Atty. 
{See Lafayette Par.) 
{See Calcasieu Par.) 
{See Assumption Par.) 
A. L. Talbot 
Samuel Moreau 
{See Calcasieu Par.) 
{See Claiborne Par.) 
{See Webster Par.) 
J. U. Galloway 

C. V. Pattison 
{See Winn Par.) 
{See Calcasieu Par.) 
J. C. McGee 

T. Kinnebrew 

{See Catahoula Par.) 

{See Sabine Par.) 

D. J. Sanchez 
J. B. Snyder 

{See West Feliciana Par.) 

E. H. Guillory 

{See West Carroll Par.) 

{See Winn Par.) 

{See St. Mary Par.) 

{See Pointe Coupee Par.) 

{See Claiborne Par.) 

J. E. Fleury 

{See Calcasieu Par.) 

Paul Debaillon 

J. A. O. Coignet 

{See Winn Par.) 

T. Scarborough 

{See Tangipahoa Par.) 



Louisiana — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Louisiana — Parishes of 



Parish Parish Seat 

Madison Tallulah 

Morehouse Bastrop 

Natchitoches Natchitoches 

Orleans New Orleans 

Ouachita Monroe 

Plaquemines Pointe-a-la-Hache 

Pointe Coupee New Roads 

Rapides Alexandria 

Red River Coushatta 

Richland Rayville 

Sabine Many 

St. Bernard St. Bernard 

St. Charles Hahnville 

St. Helena Greensburg 

St. James Convent 

St. John the Baptist. .Edgard 

St. Landry Opelousas 

St. Martin St. Martinville 

St. Mary Franklin 

St. Tammany Covington 

Tangipahoa Amite 

Tensas St. Joseph 

Terrebonne Houma 

Union Farmerville 

Vermilion Abbeville 

Vernon Leesville 

Washington Franklinton 

Webster Minden 

West Baton Rouge. . .Port Allen 

West Carroll Oak Grove 

West Feliciana St. Francisville 

Winn Winnfield 



Sheriff 

A. J. Sevier 
J. F. Carpenter 
W. M. Payne 
G. E. Williams 
Milton Coverdale 
L. D. Dauterive 
L. Bouanchaud 
U. T. Downs 
Floyd Jones 
J. F. Jones 
D. J. Derrick 

C. F. Rowley 
Leon C. Vial 
J. D. Redmon 
J. B. Dornier 
Willie Duhe 

D. J. Doucet 

E. L. Resweber 
C. L. Pecot 
Walter Galatas 

F. M. Edwards 

E. D. Coleman 

F. X. Bourg 

F. W. Murphy 

G. P. Sandoz 
W. E. Reid 
J. L. Brock 
O. H. Haynes 
S. C. Dubroca 
W. S. Bassett 
T. H. Martin 
Bryant Sholars 



Par. Pros. Atty. 

{See East Carroll Par.) 
F. Hawthorne 
H. L. Hughes 
Chas. A. Byrne 
{See Morehouse Par.) 
L. H. Perez i 
F. C. Claiborne 

A. V. Hundley 

{See Natchitoches Par.) 
{See West Carroll Par.) 
E. M. Eraser 
{See Plaquemines Par.) 
{See Jeferson Par.) 
{See Tangipahoa Par.) 
{See Assumption Par.) 
{See Jeferson Par.) 
L. A. Fontenot 
{See St. Mary Par.) 
L. O. Pecot 
J. T. Burns 

B. E. Kemp, Jr. 

{See East Carroll Par.) 
{See Lafourche Par.) 
{See Lincoln Par.) 
{See Lafayette Par.) 
{See Sabine Par.) 
{See St. Tammany Par.) 
R. F. Kennon 
{See Pointe Coupee Par.) 
J. Vernon Sims 

C. L. Munson 
Harry Fuller 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alexandria (Rapides Parish) Pop. 23,025 

Chief of Police George C. Gray 

Head, Identif. Div J. E. Ellington 

Municipal Attorney J. H. McSwain 

Probation Officer J. J. Baillio 

32 employees; 7 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 



Bastrop (Morehouse Parish) 



Pop. 5,121 



Chief of Police C. C. Walton 

Assistant Chief O. M. Robinson 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Todd, Jr. 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Baton Rouge (East Baton Rouge Parish) 

Pop. 30,729 

Chief of Police W. D. Atkins 

Head, Traffic Div E. O. Bauer 

Municipal Attorney F. G. Benton 

1 Address: Dalcour, Louisiana 



Probation Officer Mrs. Don Arrighi 

47 employees; 4 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Bogalusa (Washington Parish) Pop. 14,029 

Chief of Police T. A. Magee 

Assistant Chief W. C. Magee 

Head, Records Div C. K. Mullings 

Municipal Attorney Guy V. Rich 

Probation Officer S. C. Hammock 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Crowley (Arcadia Parish) Pop. 7,656 

Chief of Police Gus E. Wilkins 

Assistant Chief Felix Herpin 

Head, Traffic Div S. J. Hollier 

Municipal Attorney P. T. Ogden 

7 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Gretna (Jefferson Parish) Pop. 9,584 

Chief of Police Beau. Miller 



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State — Maine 



Louisiana — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney A. II. Thalheim 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hammond (Tangipahoa Parish) Pop. 6,072 

Cliiej of Police Fred H. Meyers 

Municipal Attorney Leon Ford 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Houma (Terrebonne Parish) Pop. 6,531 

Chief of Police C. P. Matherne 

Municipal Attorney J. Louis Watkins 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lafayette (Lafayette Parish) Pop. 14,635 

Chief of Police Ledel Sonnier 

Assistant Chief L. Logan 

Municipal Attorney J. J. Davidson, Jr. 

15 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lake Charles (Calcasieu Parish) Pop. 15,791 

Chief of Police E. E. Baggett 

Assistant Chief J. A. Lyons 

Head, Identif. Div W. D. Morris 

Municipal Attorney J- E. Bass 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Minden (Webster Parish) Pop. 5,623 

Chief of Police John W. Garland 

Assistant Chief T. H. Ivy 

Municipal Attorney Robert F. Kennon 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Monroe (Ouachita Parish) Pop. 26,028 

Chief of Police Frank V. Reitzell 

Municipal Attorney S. L. Digby 

Probation Officer E. L. Wright 

32 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Morgan City (St. Mary Parish) Pop. 5,985 

Chief of Police R. M. Husband 

Municipal Attorney Charles L. Wise 

4 employees; 1 motorcycle 



New Iberia (Iberia Parish) Pop. 8,003 

Chief of Police F. Pourciau 

Head, Traffic Div John Morel 

Municipal Attorney S. O. Landry 

Probation Officer L. Porter 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

New Orleans (Orleans Parish) Pop. 458,762 

Supt. of Police George Reyer 

Chief of Detectives John J. Grosch 

Head, Traffic Div Thomas F. Depaoli 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Joseph Sonnenberg 
Head, Identif. Div.. . . . .Maurice B. O'Neil 

Municipal Attorney Francis P. Burns 

850 employees; 49 patrol cars; 28 motor- 
cycles; 7 patrol wagons 

Opelousas (St. Landry Parish) Pop. 6,299 

Chief of Police Felix Chachere 

Head, Traffic Div LB. Chachere 

Municipal Attorney L. B. Sandoz 

9 employees 

Plaquemine (Iberville Parish) Pop. 5,124 

Chief of Police J- A. Hebert, Sr. 

Municipal Attorney W. P. Obier 

5 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol wagon 

Shreveport (Caddo Parish) Pop. 76,655 

Chief of Police H. G. Williamson 

Assistant Chief R. H. Humphrey 

Heads, Traffic Div C. R. Kent 

Pat Malloy 

Head, Identif. Div Orval Richards 

Municipal Attorney Richard H. Switzer 

120 employees; 15 patrol cars; 9 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

West Monroe (Ouachita Parish) Pop. 6,566 

Chief of Police Roy M. Steele 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Maine 

State Capital: Augusta 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Lewis O. Barrows (Augusta) 

Attorney General Franz U. Burkett (Portland) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Harold S. Boardman (Augusta) 

Maine State Police (Augusta) 

Chief John W. Healey 

Captain J. F. Young, Jr. 

Lieutenant, Criminal Identif. Div L. P. Shepard 

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Maine — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Maine — State of 

Sergeant, Traffic Div Francis McCabe 

109 employees; 95 patrol cars; 18 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Thomaston) John H. Webb, Warden 

State Reformatory for Men (South Windham) Elmer B. Pratt, Warden 

State Reformatory for Women (Skowhegan) Mrs. Mary Libby, Supt. 

State School for Boys (South Portland) G. B. Cornish, Stipt. 

State School for Girls (Hallowell) NelHe F. Stevens, Stipt. 

State Parole Board (Augusta) Geo. Leadbeater, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Androscoggin. . . .Auburn 

Aroostook Houlton 

Cumberland Portland 

Franklin Farmington 

Hancock Ellsworth 

Kennebec Augusta 

Knox Rockland 

Lincoln Wiscasset 

Oxford South Paris 

Penobscot Bangor 

Piscataquis Dover- Foxcroft 

Sagadahoc Bath 

Somerset Skowhegan 

Waldo Belfast 

Washington Machias 

York Alfred 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



R. V. Bridges Edw. Beauchamp 



Jasper Lycette 
H. E. Burnell 
C. Butterfield 
H. R. Hodgkins 
Leonard Gillis 
Earle Ludwick 
R. W. Miller 
F. F. Francis 
J. K. Farrar 
Thos. Foulkes 
Chas. Messenger 
Martin Gallant 
H. O. Burgess 
Ray Foster 
E. S. Knight 



G. B. Barnes 
Albert Knudsen 
Hubert Ryan 
Norman Shaw 
F. H. Bate 
J. C. Burrows 
J. B. Perkins 
R. T. Smith 
John Quinn 
J. P. White 
R. O. Dale 
Geo. Davis 
H. H. Buzzell 
T. S. Bridges 
J. E. Harvey 



Prob.'\tion Act. 

C. R. Pomeroyl 
J. H. Mason / 
P. J. Haggerty 
Geo. Grover 
Sumner Mills 
J. A. MacKeen 
Arthur Robinson 
R. A. Webster 
None 
None 

A. A. Smith 
Eva Mason 
W. C. Oliver 
E. C. Butler 
W. E. Mesler 
G. K. Coffin 
E. M. Hewett 



City Agencies and Officials 



Auburn (Androscoggin Co.) Pop. 18,571 

Chief of Police Robert W. Herrick 

Assistant Chiefs David D. Berry 

W. H. Parker 
Heads, Identif. Div L. Boisvert 

A. Patterson 
Heads, Records Div B. Hachey 

C. Chaplin 

Municipal Attorney Harold Shapiro 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Augusta (Kennebec Co.) Pop. 17,198 

Chief of Police John J. O'Connell 

Assistant Chief Lloyd Dickson 

Head, Identif. Div B. j. Pelletier 

Municipal Attorney Emory O. Beane 

Probation Officer A. Robinson 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol car-ambulance 

Bangor (Penobscot Co.) Pop. 28,749 

Chief of Police Thomas I. Crowley 



Head, Traffic Div Frank J. McClay 

Head, Identif. Div John P. Barnes 

Probation Officer Ashley A. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Chas. P. Conners 

45 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 

Bath (Sagadahoc Co.) Pop. 9,110 

City Marshal Joseph A. Butler 

9 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol wagon 



Biddeford (York Co.) 



Pop. 17,633 



Chief of Police Rodolphe Vanasse 

Captain of Police C. Deschambault 

Municipal Attorney Wm. P. Donahue 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Brewer (Penobscot Co.) 



Pop. 6,329 



Chief of Police Earl P. Bradbury 

Municipal Attorney Frank B. Foster 

Probation Officer Ashley A. Smith 

7 employees 



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Cities — Maine 



Maine- 
Brunswick (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 6,144 

Chief oj Police Joseph Ouellette 

6 employees 

Calais (Washington Co.) Top. 5,470 

Chief of Police Robert C. Kerr 

Municipal Attorney John M. Dudley 

3 employees 

Caribou (Aroostook Co.) Pop. 7,248 

Chief of Police L. R. Elliott 

Assistant Chief Linwood Collins 

Municipal Attorney I. E. Peterson 

2 employees 

Fort Fairfield (Aroostook Co.) Pop. 5,393 

Chief of Police W. Perry Knight 

Assistant Chief Clarence Johnston 

Miincipal Attorney C. M. Fowler 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 



Gardiner (Kennebec Co.) Pop. 

Chief of Police Paul Demers 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



5,609 



Houlton (Aroostook Co.) Pop. 6,865 

Chief of Police F. Lincoln Magaw 

Assistant Chief A. M. Haggerty 

Probation Officer Peter J. Haggerty 

4 employees 

Lewiston (Androscoggin Co.) Pop. 34,948 



Act'g Chief of Police 
Inspector of Police . 
Captain of Police. . 
Head, Policnvomen 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Head, Records Div. 
Municipal Attorney 



J. A. Picard 
.W. F. Sheffield 
.John J. O'Connell 
. Irma Michaud 
.Hervey O. McGraw 
.William V. Hood 
.A. L. Martin 



43 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Millinocket (Penobscot Co.) 



Pop. 5,830 



Chief of Police Allen M. Pickard 

3 employees; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Old Town (Penobscot Co.) Pop. 7,266 

Chief of Police Guy E. INIoors 

Municipal Attorney Stanley Needham 

Probation Officer Ashely Smith 

4 employees 

Portland (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 70,810 

Chief of Police Ralph D. Brooks 

Chief of Detectives Harold K. Alaguire 



Cities of 

Head, Policeivomen Eliz. McDonough 

Head, Traffic Div Geo. A. Dennison 

Head, Accident Prevcn.. .Roland P. Flaherty 
Dir., Police Training. . .Leroy L. Greely 

Head, Records Div Harold K. IMaguire 

Municipal Attorney W. Mayo Payson 

Probation Officer George W. Grover 

130 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Rockland (Knox Co.) Pop. 9,075 

Chief of Police A. D. Fish 

Assistant Chief Fred Achorn 

Head, Identif. Div C. Christorpherson 

Municipal Attorney Chas. T. Smalley 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Rumford (Oxford Co.) Pop. 8,726 

Chief of Police John H. Dennis 

Lieut, of Police Philip Baker 

Head, Identif. Div Henry A. McCleary 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Saco (York Co.) Pop. 7,233 

City Marshal Harr>' A. Townsend 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Sanford (York Co.) Pop. 13,392 

Chief of Police E. L. Chadbourne 

Head, Crime Preven Leon Pinkham 

Municipal Attorney Hiram Willard 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Skowhegan (Somerset Co.) Pop. 6,433 

Chief of Police Herbert D. Hilton 

3 employees 

South Portland (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 13,840 

Chief of Police CO. Spear, Jr. 

Head, Identif. Div E. A. Stevenson 

Municipal Attorney George E. Hill 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Waterville (Kennebec Co.) Pop. 15,454 

Chief of Police Alfred Poirier 

Municipal Attorney Arthur B. Levine 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Westbrook (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 10,807 

Chief of Police L. M. Goff 

Assistant Chief H. J. Aube 

Municipal Attorney H. Grover Welch 

16 employees; 1 patrol car 

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Maryland — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Maryland 

State Capital: Annapolis 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Herbert R. O'Connor (Annapolis) 

Attorney General William C. Walsh (Annapolis) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman John E. Raine (Annapolis) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Chas. E. LeViness (Annapolis) 

Maryland State Police (Guilford Ave. at 21st St., Baltimore) 

Superintendent Beverly Ober 

Deputy Superintendent Edw. McK. Johnson 

Corporal, Identif. Bur J. J. Cassidy 

Sergeant, Traffic Accident Preven. Bur M. D. Brubaker 

120 employees; 70 patrol cars; 55 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Baltimore) Patrick Brady, Warden 

Maryland House of Correction (Jessups) Leroy Wright, Warden 

Roxbury Penal Farm (Roxbury) E. B. Carl, Supt. 

State Training School for Boys (Loch Raven) J. A. Pratt, Supt. 

Cheltenham Reformatory (Cheltenham) B. B. Sunderland, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Annapolis) H. M. Moser, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (AnnapoHs) Roy E. Smith 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act. 

Allegany Cumberland L. C. Radcliffe Morgan C. Harris None 

Anne Arundel ... Annapolis R.C.Turner M.L.Anderson None 

Baltimore Towson Lawrence Ensor Wm. G. Lynch Eliz. Lippencott 

Calvert Prince Frederick Alan W. Ross Arthur W. Dowell None 

Caroline Denton William Andrew Layman J. Redden None 

Carroll Westminster Walter Shipley Geo. N. Fringer None 

Cecil Elkton David Randolph E. D. E. Rollins None 

Charles La Plata Robert Cooksey Edward J. Edelen None 

Dorchester Cambridge James R. Thomas C.Harrington None 

Frederick Frederick Guy Anders P. M. Schnauffer Mrs. M. E. Pue 

Garrett Oakland J. William Owens Neil C. Fraley None 

Harford Bel Air W. E. Bennington D. Paul McNabb Mrs. E. Everett 

Howard EUicott City C. Dorsey Hobbs C. F. Sybert None 

Kent Chestertown Robert E. Lee H. W. Vickers None 

Montgomery. . . .Rockville H. Leslie Carlin B. G. Wilkinson Mrs. S. Weisner 

Prince Georges. . .Upper Marlboro William Clifton H. W. Wheatley None 

Queen Annes. . . .Centreville Edward Coursey B. H. Turner None 

Saint Marys Leonardtown Wm. E. Clarke C. H. Camalier None 

Somerset Princess Anne I. Fred Phoebus F. Kirk Maddrix None 

Talbot Easton John R. Scott William Reddie Beulah G. Hunt 

Washington Hagerstown Joseph D. Baker C. F. Wagaman Newton Young 

Wicomico SaHsbury M. B. Gordy R.A.Taylor None 

Worcester Snow Hill James W. Hall W. G. Kerbin None 

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State — Massachusetts 



City Agencies and Officials 



Annapolis (Anne Arundel Co.) Pop. 12,531 

Comm'r of Police Thomas G. Basil 

Cliicf of Police William Curry 

Municipal Attorney E. G. Chaney 

15 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Baltimore (Independent City) Pop. 804,874 

Commissioner of Police. .Robert F. Stanton 

Chief Inspector Stephen G. Nelson 

Inspectors of Police H. R. Atkinson 

John H. Mintiens 
Thomas J. Mooney 
Captain of Detectives . . . .John A. Cooney 

Head, Policeivomen Eva Aldridge 

Head, Traffic Div Henry C. Kaste 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Charles Bayrle 

Head, Idcntif. Div Harry Foreman 

Head, Records Div George J. Brennan 

Municipal Attorney J. Bernard Wells 

Probation Officer W^m. L. Stuckert 

1,913 employees; 145 patrol cars; 104 motor- 
cycles; 10 patrol wagons 

Cambridge (Dorchester Co.) Pop. 8,544 

Chief of Police Grason W. Price 

Assistant Chiefs D. E. Brannock 

Charles Shorter 
8 employees; 1 patrol car 



Cumberland (Allegany Co.) 



Pop. 37,747 



Chief of Police .... 
Assistant Chief. . . . 
Chief of Detectives . . 
Chief of Patrol Div. 
Head, Identif. Div. 



. Oscar A. Eyerman 
. John J. Treiber 
.B. F. Gaffney 
.R. D. Johnson 
.B. F. Gaffnev 



Municipal Attorney Charles Z. Heskett 

55 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Frederick (Frederick Co.) Pop. 14,434 

Chief of Police Allen S. Bartgis 

Municipal Attorney Edward J. Smith 

Probation Officer Mrs. Michael Pue 

20 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Frostburg (Allegany Co.) Pop. 5,588 

Chief of Police B. H. Thomas 

Assistant Chief Ronald Kreider 

Municipal Attorney E. J. Ryan 

5 employees 

Hagerstown (Washington Co.) Pop. 30,861 

Chief of Police Carl H. McCleary 

Chief of Detectives W'illiam H. Peters 

Juvenile Officer Edw. Rowland 

Head, Identif. Div Wayne Sellman 

Municipal Attorney Edw. Oswald, Jr. 

36 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Salisbury (Wicomico Co.) Pop. 10,997 

Chief of Police Nicholas H. Holland 

Sergeant of Police Carl W. Wilson 

Municipal Attorney Charles J. Potts 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Takoma Park (Montgomer}- & Prince Georges 
Cos.) Pop. 6,415 

W^ashington, D. C, P. O. 

Chief of Police Chas. M. Orme 

Municipal Attorney Donald D. Lamond 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Massachusetts 

State Capital: Boston 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Leverett Saltonstall (Boston) 

Attorney General Paul A. Dever (Boston) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman Ralph Robart (Boston) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Arthur Burtnett (Boston) 

Department of Public Safety (Commonwealth Pier, Boston) 
Commissioner Eugene M. McSweeney 

MASSACHUSETTS STATE POLICE (Commonwealth Pier, Boston) 

Commissioner Eugene M. McSweeney 

Captain, Uniform Div James P. Mahoney 

Chief of Detectives John F. Stokes 

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THE POLICE 



Massachusetts — State of 

BUREAU OF CRIMINAL IDENTIPICATION (Commonwealth Pier, Boston) 

Supervisor Roscoe C. Hill 

406 employees, Uniform Div.; total 574 employees, Dept. of Public Safety; 71 auto- 
mobiles; 42 ambulance-cruisers; 10 trucks; 173 motorcycles. 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Charlestown) Francis W. Lanagan, Warden 

State Farm (Bridgewater) James E. Warren, Warden 

State Prison Colony (Norfolk) M. M. Winslow, Supt. 

State Reformatory (Concord) Michael J. Dee, Supt. 

Reformatory for Women (Framingham) Dr. M. Van Waters, Supt. 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co, Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Act. 

Barnstable Barnstable L. M. Crocker Wm. C. Crossley Frank J. Condon 

Berkshire Pittsfield Bruce Mclntyre Thos. Moriarty Harold S. Clark 

Bristol [Fall River 1 Patrick Dupuis Wm. C. Crossley Frank J. Condon 

New Bedford 

[Taunton J 

Dukes Edgartown Thos. A. Dexter Wm. C. Crossley Frank J. Condon 

Essex [Lawrence 1 F. E. Raymond Hugh A. Cregg Frederick Barr 

< Newburyport ) 

[ Salem J 

Franklin Greenfield Michael Carroll John Heselton George H. Bean 

Hampden Springfield David J. Manning Thos. Moriarty Harold S. Clark 

Hampshire Northampton Albert Beckmann John Heselton George H. Bean 

Middlesex f Cambridgel J. McElroy R. F. Bradford John J. Smith 

\ Lowell J 

Nantucket Nantucket J. M. Larkin Wm. C. Crossley Frank J. Condon 

Norfolk Dedham Samuel H. Wragg E. R. Dewing A. Rounsevelle 

Plymouth Plymouth Chas. H. Robbins E. R. Dewing A. Rounsevelle 

Suffolk Boston John F. Dowd Wm. J. Foley Henry C. McKenna 

Worcester Worcester H. 0. Rocheleau Owen A. Hoban J. F. McLaughlin 



Abington (Plymouth Co.) 
North Abington P. O. 

Chief of Police Thomas Lynch 

Municipal Attorney John Coughlan 

Probation Officer Herbert Pratt 

1 employee 

Adams (Berkshire Co.) Pop. 12,697 

Chief of Police Edward W. Reid 

Municipal Attorney W. J. Donovan 

Probatio)ir Officer John J. Thompson 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Agawam (Hampden Co.) Pop. 7,095 

Chief of Police Perley J. Hewey 

Municipal Attorney Stephen A. Monyhan 

Probation Officer Bernard Smyth 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 5,872 Amesbury (Essex Co.) Pop. 11,899 

Chief of Police John F. Hetherman 



Municipal Attorney Albert M. Miller 

Probation Officer John J. Melia 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Amherst (Hampshire Co.) Pop. 5,888 

Chief of Police John J. Trainor 

Municipal Attorney Winthrop Dakin 

Probation Officer John L. Sullivan 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Andover (Essex Co.) Pop. 9,969 

Chief of Police George A. Dane 

Sergeants of Police W. R. Hickey 

L. Saunders 
Head, Traffic Div David Gillispie 



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Cities — Massachusetts 



Massachusetts — Cities of 



Probation Officer Fred Flynn 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
3 ambulances 

Arlington (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 36,094 

Chief of Police Archie F. Bullock 

Municipal Attorney Paul M. White 

Probation Officer John R. Delay 

55 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Athol (Worcester Co.) Pop. 10,677 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Callahan 

Municipal Attorney Wm. A. Plotkin 

Probation Officer Phillip J. Howard 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance; 
1 motorcycle 

Attleboro (Bristol Co.) Pop. 21,769 

Chief of Police Ernest W. Holt 

Municipal Attorney Henri Proulx 

Probation Officer Newell B. Vickery 

30 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Auburn (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,147 

Chief of Police C. E. Braman, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney. . . .Benjamin T. Murphy 

Probation Officer Benjamin Cooper 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Barnstable (Barnstable Co.) Pop. 7,271 

Chief of Police William B. Fleming 

Deputy Chief H. W. Lawes, Jr. 

Probation Officer Frederick Hull 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Belmont (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 21,748 

Chief of Police William G. Heyd 

Municipal Attorney Amos L. Taylor 

44 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Beverly (Essex Co.) Pop. 25,086 

Chief of Police Joseph C. Murney 

Head, Identif. Div Harold F. Marley 

Municipal Attorney Phillip Masserella 

Probation Officer Samuel Campbell 

52 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Billerica (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 5,880 

Chief of Police William H. O'Brien 

Municipal Attorney William Keegan 

Probation Officer Joseph L. Cronin 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Boston (Suffolk Co.) Pop. 781,188 

Commissioner of Police . . Joseph F. Timilty 



Supt. of Police 

Supervisor of Div'ns . . . . 
Dep. Supt., Crim. Inves. 
Dep.Supt., Traffic Div.. 
Dir., Police Training. . . 
Dep. Supt., Records Bur. 
Municipal Attorney . . . . 

Probation Officer 

Juvenile Prob. Officer. . . 
2,412 employees; 126 
cycles; 30 patrol wagon- 
5 boats 



. Edw. W. Fallon 
.Benjamin A. Wall 
.James R. Clallin 
.John T. O'Dea 
.Thos. Kavanaugh 
.John M. Anderson 
.H. Parkman, Jr. 
.J.W.Crockwell 
.Edward J. O'Mara 
patrol cars; 35 motor- 
ambulances; 7 trucks; 



Braintree (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 15,712 

Chief of Police John J. Heaney 

Assistant Chief N. Eric Nelson 

Municipal Attorney Richard A. Hunt 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Bridgewater (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 9,055 

Chief of Police James Moore 

Probation Officer Everett W. Nelson 

5 employees; 1 ambulance 

Brockton (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 63,797 

City Marshal F. J. Humphreys 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Arthur S. Lear>^ 

Juvenile Officer Maurice A. Long 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. M. Armitage 

Head, Traffic Div John J. Lyons 

Head, Records Div John J. Lyons 

Municipal Attorney J. Norris Maguire 

Probation Officer Everett Nelson 

105 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Brookline (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 47,490 

Chief of Police James W. Tonra 

Chief of Detectives Joseph P. Mahoney 

Head, Traffic Div Jos. J. O'Connell 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph P. Mahoney 

Municipal Attorney P. S. Parker 

Probation Officer Evan C. Thorpe 

130 employees; 7 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Cambridge (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 113,643 

Chief of Police Timothy F. Leahy 

Chief of Detectives John J. Canney 

Head, Crime Preven Thos. McAuUiffe 

Head, Policeivomen Edith Taylor 

Head, Traffic Div John R. King 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Joseph Shannon 
Dir., Police Training. . . . R. J. Douglas, Jr. 

Head, Identif. Div James Landrigan 

Head, Records Div Patrick McCarthy 

Municipal Attorney Richard C. Evarts 



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Probation Officer William F. Donovan 

264 employees; 10 patrol cars; 9 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Canton (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 5,816 

Chief of Police William L. Whitty 

Probation Officer Harry Jannock 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Chelmsford (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 7,022 

Chief of Police Arthur Cooke 

3 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Chelsea (Suffolk Co.) Pop. 45,816 

Chief of Police Charles M. Finn 

Chief of Detectives Cornelius Duggan 

Head, Traffic Div Peter McGauley 

Head, Identif. Div Cornelius Duggan 

Municipal Attorney Max Wise 

Probation Officer Fred Proctor 

74 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Chicopee (Hampden Co.) Pop. 43,930 

Chief of Police Frank O. Callahan 

Chief of Detectives Daniel J. Hickey 

Head, Traffic Div Francis Linehan 

Municipal Attorney Stanley F. Ciosek 

Probation Officer Walter Burns 

54 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

CUnton (Worcester Co.) Pop. 12,817 

Chief of Police IMichael E. Kelly 

Assistant Chief John Thompson 

Municipal Attorney George T. Casey 

Probation Officer Charles Mayberry 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Concord (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 7,477 

Chief of Police William G. Ryan 

Probation Officer Edward Carlton 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Danvers (Essex Co.) Pop. 12,957 

Chief of Police John T. McDewell 

Municipal Attorney Daniel F. O'Rourke 

Probation Officer Samuel Campbell 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Dartmouth (Bristol Co.) Pop. 8,778 

Chief of Police David D. Morrison 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Pieraccini 

Probation Officer George Cramm 

19 employees; 3 motorcjxles; 1 ambulance 



Municipal Attorney J- F. McGowan 

Probation Officer Walter H. Bagley 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Dracut (Middlesex Co.) 
Lowell P. O. 



Pop. 6,912 



Chief of Police \'incent D. O'Leary 

Municipal Attorney Warren W. Fox 

2 motorcycles 

Easthampton (Hampshire Co.) Pop. 11,323 

Chief of Police James L. Campbell 

Municipal Attorney Jos. N. Donais 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Easton (Bristol Co.) Pop. 5,298 

Chief of Police Herbert Berglund 

Probation Officer Harrie L. Blood 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Everett (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 48,424 

Chief of Police George O. Kenney 

Captain of Police William F. Childs 

Head, Traffic Div Captain Fiorentino 

Head, Identif. Div Edward Dunn 

Head, Records Div Lieutenant Card 

Municipal Attorney James French 

Probation Officer Geo. MacKinnon 

81 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Fairhaven (Bristol Co.) Pop. 10,951 

Act^g Chief of Police . . . .B. W. Besse 

Sergeant of Police Bertie W. Besse 

Municipal Attorney Charles JSIitchell 

Probation Officer George D. Cram 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Fall River (Bristol Co.) Pop. 115,274 

Chief of Police Abel J. \'iolette 

Assistant Chief Chas. A. Smithson 

Chief of Detectives William O'Brien 

Municipal Attorney George L. Sisson 

Probation Officer Stephen L. Silvia 

195 employees; 7 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Fitchburg (Worcester Co.) Pop. 40,692 

Chief of Police Thomas J. Godlev 

Head, Traffic Div W. W. Wallace 

Municipal Attorney Everett H. Dudley 

Probation Officer Bernard Mc^Manus 

58 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 



Dedham (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 15,136 Foxboro (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 5,347 

Chief of Police John F. Cahill Chief of Police Joseph P. Dean 

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Probation Officer Merrick Grey 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Framingham (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 22,210 

ChicJ of Police Wm. W. Holbrook 

Municipal Attorney Dewey Kadra 

25 employees; 1 patrol car 

Franklin (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 7,028 

Chief of Police Walter P. Burke 

Probation Officer Merritt Gray 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Gardner (Worcester Co.) Pop. 19,399 

Chief of Police Cyrille Leblanc 

Head, Idcntif. Div Leo E. Laprade 

Municipal Attorney J. Harasamowicz 

Probation Officer J. P. Howard 

22 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Gloucester (Esse.x Co.) Pop. 24,204 

City Marshal Winf red J. Ellis 

Head, Traffic Div Edmund T. Cronin 

Municipal Attorney Carlton W. Wonson 

Probation Officer Henry C. Hatch 

52 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Grafton (Worcester Co.) Pop. 7,030 

Chief of Police ^ Henry J. McNamara 

Municipal Attorney Wm. L. Macintosh 

Probation Officer Frank Hayden 

45 employees {constables with police authority) 

Great Barrington (Berkshire Co.) Pop. 5,934 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Oschman 

Probation Officer Paul W. Foster 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Greenfield (Franklin Co.) Pop. 15,500 

Chief of Police Wm. J. O'Connell 

Municipal Attorney Henry J. Field 

Probation Officer Willis Weissbrod 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Haverhill (Essex Co.) Pop. 48,710 

City Marshal Henry J. Lynch 

Assistant Marshal H. O. McKenna 

Chief of Inspectors Ovilla J. Lagasse 

Juvenile Officer Herbert Cassily 

Head, Traffic Div Edw. G. J. Ryan 

Head, Identif. Div Ovilla J. Lagasse 

Municipal Attorney Clifford McDonald 

Probation Officer Herbert Cassily 

63 employees; 3 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

' Chairman of Board of Selectmen 



Hingham (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 6,657 

Chief of Police Harold MacFarlane 

Probation Officer Herbert L. Pratt 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



Pop. 56,537 

Edmund J. Slate 
Edward F. Gilday 
Peter J. Manning 
Patrick Gaughan 
James Bower 
Patrick Driscoll 
J. F. Golden 
P. J. Monahan 
William J. Doyle 
Edward F. Gilday 
Thomas F. Rohan 
cars; 2 motorcycles; 



Holyoke (Hampden Co.) 

City Marshal 

Assistant Marshal 

Chief of Detectives 

Chief of Patrol Div 

Juv. Prob. Officer 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Accident Preven. . . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Prosecutor. . . . 

Probation Officer 

96 employees; 4 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Hudson (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 8,469 

Chief of Police Andrew Magorty 

7 employees; 1 ambulance 

Ipswich (Essex Co.) Pop. 5,599 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .E. J. Blauvelt 

Municipal Attorney Geo. A. Schofield 

Probation Officer Robert T. Bamford 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Lawrence (Essex Co.) Pop. 85,068 

City Marshal Charles R. Vose 

Assistant Marshals Martin O'SuUivan 

Daniel Kiley 
Carl Kilpatrick 

Chief of Detectives Joseph MuLhare 

Juvenile Officer John Bolton 

Head, Policewomen Beatrice Clarke 

Head, Traffic Div James Gallagher 

Head, Identif. Div Patrick McKenna 

Head, Records Div William Dowe 

Municipal Attorney James P. Kane 

Probation Officer Walter Rowan 

130 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Leominster (Worcester Co.) Pop. 21,810 

Chief of Police George H. Smith 

Municipal Attorney James R. Oliver 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Lexington (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 9,467 

Chief of Police James J. Sullivan 

Head, Identif. Div F. T. Neal 



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Probation Officer Edward Carlton 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Lowell (Middlesex Co.) 



Pop. 100,234 



Supt. of Police Michael H. Winn 

Assistant Supt Wm. L. Keegan 

Chief of Detectives James J. Kennedy 

ChicJ oj Patrol Div William F. Murphy 

Head, Crime Preven James J. Kennedy 

Head, Policewomen John J. McNamee 

Head, Traffic Div Edward J. Connors 

Head, Accident Preven.. .F. M. O'Loughlin 

Head, Idcntif. Div Edward J. Liston 

Head, Records Div John H. Graham 

Municipal Attorney Wm. J. White, Jr. 

Probation Officer Joseph L. Cronin 

192 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Ludlow (Hampden Co.) Pop. 8,876 

Chief of Police John D. McGrath 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lynfl (Essex Co.) Pop. 102,320 

Chief of Police Edw. D. Callahan 

Assistant Chief John F. Healey 

Chief of Detectives William H. Kane 

Head, Policewomen Anna B. Mangan 

Municipal Attorney Patrick Shanahan 

Probation Officer Elisha Andrews 

186 employees; 9 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
3 patrol wagons 

Maiden (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 58,036 

Comm'r of Police Burt Dewar 

Captain Commanding. . . .John H. Aylward 

Inspector John J. McCartney 

Head, Traffic Div John J. Horgan 

Head, Identif. Div William F. Cronin 

Municipal Attorney Bernard Kaplan 

Probation Officer George MacKinnon 

115 employees; 7 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Mansfield (Bristol Co.) Pop. 6,364 

Chief of Police Rufus H. Ring 

Assistant Chief John W. Conrod 

Probation Officer Newall Vickery 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Marblehead (Essex Co.) Pop. 8,668 

Chief of Police S. Irving Chapman 

Captain of Police Thomas G. Sweet 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Trefry 

Probation Officer Elisha Andrews 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance; 1 patrol motorboat 



Marlboro (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 15,587 

Chief of Police Francis Bastien 

Deputy Chief P. Frank Crotty 

Municipal Attorney John J. Ginnetti 

Probation Officer Fred B. Fletcher 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 combination ambulance 

Maynard (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 7,156 

Chief of Police Henry Piecewicz 

Probation Officer Edwin Carlton 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Medford (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 59,714 

Chief of Police Daniel W. Connor 

Captain of Police Charles H. Ewell 

Chief of Detectives Wm. J. McLaughlin 

Prosecuting Officer Charles H. Ewell 

Probation Officer George McKinnon 

97 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Melrose (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 23,170 

Chief of Police Louis B. Heaton 

Municipal Attorney Thomas McKie 

31 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 1 ambulance 

Methuen (Essex Co.) Pop. 21,069 

Chief of Police Cyril Feugill 

Municipal Attorney Mathew Cregg 

Probation Officer Walter Rowan 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Middleboro (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 8,608 

Chief of Police Alden C. Sisson 

Probation Officer Stephen F. O'Hara 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Milford (Worcester Co.) Pop. 14,741 

Chief of Police John J. Moloney 

Municipal Attorney Wm. A. Murray 

Probation Officer Charles W. Gould 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Millbury (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,957 

Chief of Police Fred H. Vulter 

Municipal Attorney Leo Brown 

2 employees; 1 patrol car 

Milton (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 16,434 

Chief of Police John B. Shields 

Deputy Chief R. F. Chamberlain 

Municipal Attorney Lincoln Bryant 

Probation Officer Joseph J. O'Brien 

35 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



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Montague (Franklin Co.) Pop. 8,081 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Callahan 

Probation Officer Willis Weisbrod 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Natick (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 13,589 

Chief of Police Thomas P. f^vans 

Municipal Attorney Edw. P. Connolly 

Probation Officer F. J. Murphy 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Needham (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 10,845 

Chief of Police Arthur P. Bliss 

Municipal Attorney Gilbert W. Cox 

Probation Officer Walter S. Bagley 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 



New Bedford (Bristol Co.) 



Pop. 112,597 



Chief of Police Samuel D. IMcLeod 

Assistant Chiefs Raphael Pieraccini 

Raymond Chase 

Head, Traffic Div Ivar V. Nelson 

Dir., Police Training. . . .John W. Davies 

Head, Identif. Div Raymond Chase 

Head, Records Div Albert E. ISIosher 

Municipal Attorney Andrew P. Doyle 

Probation Officer George D. Cram 

204 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 

Newburyport (Essex Co.) Pop. 15,084 

Chief of Police James E. Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney Thomas S. Murray 

Probation Officer Albert Frost 

17 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 

Newton (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 65,276 

Chief of Police Michael T. Hughes 

Captain of Police Nicholas Veduccio 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Richard J. Goode 

Municipal Attorney Jos. W. Bartlett 

Probation Officer M. John Enegess 

141 employees; 11 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

North Adams (Berkshire Co.) Pop. 21,621 

Chief of Police Michael W. Conlon 

Municipal Attorney H. A. Gloosky 

Probation Officer Grace Quackenbush 

25 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Northampton (Hampshire Co.) Pop. 24,381 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .Geo. J. Bernier 

Municipal Attorney Rufus H. Cook 

Probation Officer John L. Sullivan 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



North Andover (Essex Co.) Pop. 6,961 

Chief of Police Alfred H. McKee 

Municipal Attorney C. J. Mahoney 

Probation Officer Fred Flynn 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

North Attleboro (Bristol Co.) Pop. 10,197 

Chief of Police Peter J. McKeon 

Head, Identif. Div John W. Brown 

Municipal Attorney P. F. Armstrong 

Probation Officer Newell X'ickery 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Northbridge (Worcester Co.) Pop. 9,713 

Chief of Police J. Albert Cullen 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. Barry 

Probation Officer Archie Connors 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Norwood (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 15,049 

Chief of Police Wm. H. Sullivan 

Head, Traffic Div N. P. Curran 

Municipal Attorney James A. Halloran 

Probation Officer Walter S. Bagley 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 

Orange (Franklin Co.) Pop. 5,365 

Chief of Police Kenneth E. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Jos. T. Bartlett 

Probation Officer Thomas Geary 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Palmer (Hampden Co.) Pop. 9,577 

Chief of Police Timothy Crimmins 

Assistant Chief Charles B. Thomas 

Probation Officer Davitt M. Rooney 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Peabody (Essex Co.) Pop. 21,345 

Chief of Police Edward F. Pierce 

Assistant Chief James F. Murphy 

Municipal Attorney James A. Liacos 

Probation Officer P. J. Ingraham 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Pittsfield (Berkshire Co.) Pop. 49,677 

Chief of Police John L. Sullivan 

Captain of Police John H. Hines 

Chief of Detectives Daniel McColgan 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Rosenthal 

Probation Officer James H. Taylor 

59 employees; 6 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Plymouth (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 13,042 

Chief of Police Russell Dearborn 



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Municipal Attorney A. P. Richards 

Probation Officer Arthur N. Wood 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Quincy (Norfolk Co.) Top. 71,983 

Chief of Police John J. Avery 

Chief of Detectives George W. Fallon 

Juvenile Officer Thomas J. Fallon 

Head, Traffic Div James J. Mullin 

Head, Identif. Div Fred E. Young 

Head, Records Div Fred E. Young 

Municipal Attorney John D. Smith 

Probation Officer Joseph J. O'Brien 

146 employees; 8 patrol cars; 5 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Randolph (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 6,553 

Chief of Police Patrick McDonnell 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Reading (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 9,767 

Chief of Police Jeremiah CuUinane 

Probation Officer John R. Walsh 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Revere (Suffolk Co.) Pop. 35,680 

Captain-in-Charge Wm. E. Tappan 

Head, Records Div James D. Dugan 

Municipal Attorney F. Reinstein 

Probation Officer Frederick Proctor 

47 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Rockland (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 7,524 

Chief of Police George J. Popp 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Salem (Essex Co.) Pop. 43,353 

City Marshal John C. Harkins 

Municipal Attorney James Kinsella 

78 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Saugus (Essex Co.) Pop. 14,700 

Chief of Police John T. Stuart 

Municipal Attorney Charles E. Flynn 

Probation Officer Elisha C. Andrews 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Shrewsbury (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,910 

Chief of Police Joseph J. Condon 

Municipal Attorney Charles H. Wood 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Somerset (Bristol Co.) Pop. 5,398 

Act''g Chief of Police. . . .Wm. T. Thompson 

Probatio)i Officer William J. Silvia 

3 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Somerville (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 103,908 

Chief of Police Thomas Damery 

Assistant Chief Charles J. Sharry 

Chief of Detectives A. J. Fitzpatrick 

Chief of Patrol Div Thomas P. Walsh 

Juvenile Officer Geo. B. Phillips 

Head, Traffic Div Ernest Howard 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Charles H. McAvoy 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Charles J. Sharry 

Head, Records Div A. J. Fitzpatrick 

Municipal Attorney Robert J. Muldoon 

Probation Officer James H. White 

153 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 patrol 
wagons; 1 ambulance 

Southbridge (Worcester Co.) Pop. 14,264 

Chief of Police Ulric Brault 

Head, Identif. Div Ernest J. Fierro 

Municipal Attorney R. S. Normandin 

Probation Officer Edw. Greenhaldge 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

South Hadley (Hampshire Co.) Pop. 6,773 

Chief of Police John J. Sullivan 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Spencer (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,272 

Chief of Police Chas. H. Meloche 

Assistant Chief Edgar J. Ethier 

Municipal Attorney Arthur Monroe 

Probation Officer Raymond Tougas 

2 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Springfield (Hampden Co.) Pop. 149,900 

Chief of Police John L. Maloney 

Assistant Chief John P. Fleming 

Chief of Detectives Daniel McCarthy 

Juvenile Officer James O'Connell 

Head, Traffic Div Thomas Moriarty 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Mitchel Frappier 

Head, Identif. Div John E. Sullivan 

Head, Records Div John E. Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney Stephen Moynahan 

Probation Officer Bernard Smyth 

302 emploj^ees; 15 patrol cars; 21 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons; 1 combination patrol 
ambulance 

Stoneham (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 10,060 

Captain Commanding 

{Chief) J. Clarence Nelson 

Municipal Attorney John V. Kelly 



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Probation Officer John R. Walsh 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Stoughton (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 8,204 

Chief oj Police Peter J. McGarvey 

Probation Officer Harry B. Janock 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Swampscott (Essex Co.) Pop. 10,346 

Chief of Police Walter F. Reeves 

Municipal Attorney Lester B. Morley 

Probation Officer Wm. J. McCafferty 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Taunton (Bristol Co.) Pop. 37,355 

Chief of Police Lewis F. Ridley 

Assistant Chief T. Edward Young 

Chief of Detectives Louis E. Galligan 

Head, Traffic Div John J. Bagge 

Municipal Attorney Frank E. Smith 

Probation Officer Harrie E. Blood 

56 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Tewksbury (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 5,585 

Chief of Police Cyril L. Barker 

Municipal Attorney Wm. L. Keegan 

Probation Officer Joseph L. Cronin 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Uxbridge (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,285 

Chief of Police Patrick Carmody 

Municipal Attorney J. Francis Cove 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wakefield (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 16,318 

Chief of Police John G. Gates 

Municipal Attorney M. E. S. demons 

Probation Officer George McKinnon 

22 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Walpole (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 7,273 

Chief of Police Levi S. Thompson 

Municipal Attorney R. H. Kannally 

Probation Officer J. Merrick Gray 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Waltham (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 39,247 

Chief of Police Asa E. McKenna 

Municipal Attorney Geo. P. Drury 

Probation Officer J. Stuart Cameron 

68 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Ware (Hampshire Co.) Pop. 7,385 

Chief of Police B. W. BucUey 



Municipal Attorney John T. Storrs 

Probation Officer Edw. J. Brannigan 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Wareham (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 5,686 

Chief of Police Chester A. Churchill 

Probation Officer Stephen F. O'Hara 

21 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 

Watertown (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 34,913 

Chief of Police John F. Milmore 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph J. Reilly 

Heads, Identif. Div James M. Igoe 

Wm. H. Munhall 

Head, Records Div Edmund P. Hickey 

Municipal Attorney John A. Murray 

Probation Officer J. Stuart Cameron 

50 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Webster (Worcester Co.) Pop. 12,992 

Chief of Police John C. Templeman 

Assistant Chief John Kloss 

Head, Identif. Div Maxime Millette 

Municipal Attorney C. J. Skladzien 

Probation Officer Howard Greenhale 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

WeUesley (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 11,439 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Fleming 

Municipal Attorney C. A. Bunker 

24 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 

Westboro (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,409 

Chief of Police Thos. W. Humphrey 

Probation Officer Francis X. Hay den 

9 employees 

Westfield (Hampden Co.) Pop. 19,775 

Act^g Chief of Police. . . .Allen H. Smith 

Head, Identif. Div William O'Brien 

Municipal Attorney Harry B. Putnam 

Probation Officer Theodore Couse 

1 patrol wagon; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles 

West Springfield (Hampden Co.) Pop. 16-,684 

Chief of Police John B. O'Brien 

Municipal Attorney Whitfield Reid 

Probation Officer Bernard T. Smyth 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Weymouth (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 20,882 

Chief of Police Edward F. Butler 

Assistant Chief Charles W. Baker 

Municipal Attorney Kenneth Nash 



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Probation Officer Joseph J. O'Brien Head, Records Div Richard Rowe 

37 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; Municipal Altorney Fred W. Fisher 

1 patrol wagon-ambulance Probation Officer D. J. Kelleher 

«ri.-^ /r.1 ^i. n \ -n ^ f,iQ 21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 

Whitman (Plymouth Co.) Pop. 7,638 ^ p^^^^j ^^g^j^ 

Chief oj Police A. Fred Crowley /,t-j ji 

4 employees; 1 patrol car-ambulance Woburn (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 19,434 

.„. , , ,.,r . n \ -n /; om Chief of Police Chas. R. McCauley 

Winchenden (Worcester Co.) Pop. 6,202 Municipal Attorney Joseph Gorrasi 

Chief of Police Joseph L. Regan 21 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Municipal Attorney Arthur F". Evans 

Probation Officer Clayton V. Waite Worcester (Worcester Co.) Pop. 195,311 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle Chief of Police Thomas F. Foley 

TT,. , . /AT-jji r^ \ T. A'^i^,. Deputy Chiefs Robert T. Hardy 

Winchester (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 12,719 "^ "^ ^^^ p pinneran 

Chief of Police William H. Rogers Captain of Detectives . . . .John J. Kalagher 

Municipal Attorney Addison R. Pike Head, Traffic Div Franklin Russell 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; Head, Idenlif. Div P. Frank Carroll 

1 ambulance Municipal Attorney Walter D. Allen 

„,. , /o iT 11 r- \ -r. H^orn Probation Officcr Benj. A. Cooper 

Winthrop (Suffolk Co.) Pop. 16,852 336 employees; 8 patrol cars; 9 motor- 

Chief of Police Wm. F. Pumphret cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 

Michigan 

State Capital: Lansing 

State Agencies and Oflficials 

Governor L. D. Dickinson (Lansing) 

Attorney General Thos. Reed (Lansing) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Orrin DeMass (Lansing) 

Michigan State Police (East Lansing) 

Commissioner Oscar G. Olander 

Captain, Uniform Div L. A. Lyon 

Captain, Investig. and Identif I. H. Marmon 

Captain, Traffic Div C. J. Scavarda 

449 employees; 165 patrol cars and trucks; 65 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Jackson) H. H. Jackson, Warden 

State Reformatory (Ionia) Warren L. Dodge, Supt. 

House of Correction and Branch Prison (Marquette) M. L. Coon, Supt. 

Boys' Vocational School (Lansing) R. E. Marsh, Supt. 

Girls' Training School (Adrian) Aneta Truman, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Lansing) A. Ross Pascoe, Director 

Director of Corrections ^ (Lansing) Edw. G. Heckel 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act. 

Alcona Harrisville George Wilson Wm. R. Barber ^ 

Alger Munising Louis Pelletier R. E. O'Brien ^ 

1 Michigan Crime Commission. 

^ District No. 4: H. A. Nicholson, 603 County Bldg., Bay City. 

« District No. 6: Wallace R. Kemp, 228 Harlow Block, Marquette. 

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Counties — Michigan 



Michigan — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sherii-i- Co. Pros. Atty. 

Allegan Allegan Fred W. Miller E. L. Andrews 

Alpena Alpena F. W. Stinson A. B. Wilkins 

Antrim Bellaire H. E. Tanner H. E. Wellman 

Arenac Standish John Johannes D. J. O'Keefe 

Baraga L'Anse Jos. li. Blake F. C. Campbell 

Barry Hastings Glenn Bera A. D. McDonald 

Bay Bay City C. W. Kinder- K. K. Liebrand 

mann 

Benzie Beulah J. H. Crawford Edw. C. Kilian 

Berrien St. Joseph C. L. Miller Robert Small 

Branch Coldwater Homer Burns M. S. Andrews 

Calhoun Marshall A. W. Schuler Jas. J. Dunn 

Cass Cassopolis C. O. Burch A. K. Hayden 

Charlevoix Charlevoix F. W. Ikens C. M. Bice 

Cheboygan Cheboygan C. E. Gilpin E. R. Crowley 

Chippewa Sault Ste. Marie J. W. Welsh F. R. Gillespie 

Clare Harrison S. M. Amble D. E. Holbrook 

Clinton St. Johns John S. Barnes C. W. Austin 

Crawford Grayling J. A. Papendick M. F. Nellist 

Delta Escanaba W. E. Miron W.J.Miller 

Dickinson Iron Mountain Edw. I. Corey E. W. Brown 

Eaton Charlotte Milton Krieg H. L. Bauer 

Emmet Petoskey Thos. Bryant A. T. Washburne 

Genesee Flint T. W. Wolcott J. L. Roach 

Gladwin Gladwin Ray Co well Ray Shanaman 

Gogebic Bessemer Arthur Fertile L. McManman 

Grand Traverse. .Traverse City David Core W. E. Myers 

Gratiot Ithaca W. H. Nestle R. H. Baker 

Hillsdale Hillsdale F. J. Marshall A. W. Dimmers 

Houghton Houghton J. G. Salmi F. C. Condon 

Huron Bad Axe J. A. Graham T. McAllister 

Ingham Mason A. A. MacDonald R. B. Foster 

Ionia Ionia L. H. Murphy G. H. Smith 

Iosco Tawas City J. F. Moran J. A. Stewart 

Iron Crystal Falls E. J. King F. L. Symmonds 

Isabella Mt. Pleasant Fred Thomas E. N. Lynch 

Jackson Jackson H. W. Purdy Owen Dudley 

Kalamazoo Kalamazoo C. W. Struble Paul Tedrow 

Kalkaska Kalkaska C. J. Parker R. V. Carlton 

Kent Grand Rapids H. M. Blacklock Fred N. Searl 

Keweenaw Eagle River Ida Bergh R. S. Koivunen 

Lake Baldwin Henry J. Smith Allan Lidke 

Lapeer Lapeer Geo. Carrigan Thos. Taylor 

Leelanau Leland Robert White Emeha Schaub 

Lenawee Adrian Roscoe Scott L. J. Hammond 

Livingston Howell I. J. Kennedy Joe P. Gates 

Luce Newberry E. E. Shaw A. L. Sayles 

Mackinac St. Ignace Carl Worth E. H. Fenlon 

Macomb Mt. Clemens R. C. Havel I. A. Johnston 

Manistee Manistee Harry Holmgren R. B. Stephens 

Marquette Marquette H. C. Treado J. D. Voelker 

Mason Ludington Geo. L. Colyer Eugene Christman 

Mecosta Big Rapids J. M. Arnold R. L. Miles 

2 District No. 2: A. R. Raymond, 234 Capitol Theatre Bldg., Flint. 

' District No. 3: Fred C. Bates, 253 Houseman Bldg., Grand Rapids. 

^ District No. 4: H. A. Nicholson, 603 County Bldg., Bay City. 

5 District No. 5: P. N. Salter, County Bldg.," Traverse City. 

^ District No. 6: Wallace R. Kemp, 228 Harlow Block, Marquette. 

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Michigan — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Michigan — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Menominee Menominee 

Midland Midland 

Missaukee Lake City 

Monroe Monroe 

Montcalm Stanton 

Montmorency . . . Atlanta 

Muskegon Muskegon 

Newaygo White Cloud 

Oakland Pontiac 

Oceana Hart 

Ogemaw West Branch 

Ontonagon Ontonagon 

Osceola Reed City 

Oscoda Mio 

Otsego Gaylord 

Ottawa Grand Haven 

Presque Isle Rogers City 

Roscommon Roscommon 

Saginaw Saginaw 

St. Clair Port Huron 

St. Joseph Centreville 

Sanilac Sandusky 

Schoolcraft Manistique 

Shiawassee Corunna 

Tuscola Caro 

Van Buren Paw Paw 

Washtenaw Ann Arbor 

Wayne Detroit 

Wexford Cadillac 



Sheriff 

E. J. Reindl 
Ira M. Smith 
Mearl Burkett 
H. R. Doty 
Chris Hansen 
Charles Brown 
L. E. Eklund 
R. D. Hart 

S. C. Howarth 

F. A. Burmeister 
F. G. Powers 

R. E. Davison 
R. E. Gingrich 
Clarence King 
J. M. Deadman 
Frank Van Etta 
Oscar W. Smith 
F. T. Murphy 
H. Muehlenbeck 

F. E. Lucas 
Carl E. Burr 
A. T. Campbell 
J. M. Hewitt 
Ray Gellatly 

G. J. JefTrey 
W. J. Dodge 
J. B. Andres 
T. C. Wilcox 
Chas. Osterberg 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

M. J. Anuta 
J. H. Kahn 
G. Leemgraven 
Foster D. Luse 
Morris K. Davis 
Sidney Gassel 
S. H. Clink 
J. D. Murphy 

C. L. Wilson 
O. Z. Burdick 
Melvin E. Orr 
L. P. Walsh 
R. B. Savidge 
N. J. Randall 
M. A. Freel 
Elbern Parsons 
F. P. Hempel 
J. J. Donahue 
J. P. Friske 
Duncan McCoU 

D. M. Britton 
W. J. Atkins 
W. J. Sheahan 
A. E. Pierpont 
Timothy Quinn 
Sheldon Rupert 
Albert J. Rapp 
D. C. McCrea 
Jack W. Korn 



Probation Act. 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 13,064 Battle Creek (Calhoun Co.) Pop. 43,573 

Chief of Police Hugh Gordon 

Chief of Detectives A. L. Hessmer 

Chief of Patrol Div George Cheek 

Head, Policewomen Vera L. Stevens 

Head, Traffic Div Edward Anders 

Head, Identif. Div Cleon Cramer 

Municipal Attorney W. P. North 

52 employees; 5 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Adrian (Lenawee Co.) 

Chief of Police Arch T. Wilson 

Municipal Attorney John C. Howell 

Albion (Calhoun Co.) Pop. 8,324 

Chief of Police H. J. McAulifife 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Alma (Gratiot Co.) ^ Pop. 6,734 

Chief of Police J. R. Campbell 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Alpena (Alpena Co.) Pop. 12,166 

Chief of Police Guy H. Greene 

Municipal Attorney Donald K. Gillard 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Ann Arbor (Washtenaw Co.) Pop. 26,944 

Chief of Police Norman E. Cook 

Mtinicipal Attorney William Laird 

37 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

1 District No. 1 : F. H. Wright, 645 Randolph Street, Detroit. 

=' District No. 2: A. R. Raymond, 234 Capitol Theatre Bldg., Flint. 

3 District No. 3: Fred C. Bates, 253 Houseman Bldg., Grand Rapids. 

* District No. 4: H. A. Nicholson, 603 County Bldg., Bay City. 

^ District No. 5: P. N. Salter, Countv Bldg., Traverse City. 

6 District No. 6: Wallace R. Kemp, 228 Harlow Block, Marquette. 

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Bay City (Bay Co.) Pop. 47,355 

Supt. of Police Frank W. Anderson 

Captain of Police Philip Pelkey 

Chief of Detectives Carl F. Schulz 

Chief of Patrol Div Roberts Rushford 

Head, Policeivomen Lucille Herron 

Head, Traffic Div William Rosebush 

Head, Identif. Div W. F. Hyatt 

Municipal Attorney Albert W. Black 

68 emplo3'ees; 6 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Michigan 



Michigan — Cities of 



Benton Harbor (Berrien Co.) Pop. 15,434 

Chief of Police Charles Kocher 

Assistant Chief Edward IMontine 

Head, Ideutif. Div W. E. Knuth 

Municipal Attorney Wilbur Cunningham 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Berkley (Oakland Co.) 
Roval Oak P. O. 



Pop. 5,571 



Chief of Police Frank W. Irons 

Municipal Attorney Keith G. Cone 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Birmingham (Oakland Co.) Pop. 9,539 

Chief of Police J. P. Hackett 

Municipal Attorney Forbes S. Hascall 

21 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Cadillac (We.xford Co.) Pop. 9,570 

Chief of Police William Robinson 

Assistant Chief Dan E. Levin 

Municipal Attorney William Yearnd 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Charlotte (Eaton Co.) Pop. 5,307 

Chief of Police O. E. Latchaw 

Municipal Attorney Fisk Bangs 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Coldwater (Branch Co.) Pop. 6,735 

Chief of Police Don M. Hill 

Head, Traffic Div Harr\^ B. Hutchins 

Municipal Attorney Stanley Weage 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Dearborn (Wayne Co.) Pop. 50,358 

Chief of Police Carl A. Brooks 

Head, Detective Bur R. A. Orr 

Insps., Uniform Div.. . .Charles W. Slamer 
Fred Faustman 

Head, Identif. Bur Fred J. Drexel 

Head, Records Bur Fred J. Drexel 

Municipal Attorney Frank McCann 

Probation Officer Walter Horger 

128 employees; 15 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Detroit (Wayne Co.) Pop. 1,568,622 

Comm'r of Police H. A. Pickert 

Supt. of Police Fred W. Frahm 

Deputy Supt Louis L. Berg 

Chief of Detectives John A. Hoffman 

Chief Inspector Fred R. Clark 

Juvenile Officer William Johnson 

Head, Policeivomen Eleanore Hutzel 

Head, Traffic Div Fred W. Juergens 

Head, Accident Prevcn.. .Christian Nelson 



Head, Identif. Div Thomas A. Dwyer 

Head, Records Div A. J. Brown 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Kelly 

Probation Officer George T. Gaston 

4,053 employees; 410 patrol cars; 144 motor- 
cycles; 22 patrol wagon-ambulances; 3 motor- 
boats 

Dowagiac (Cass Co.) Pop. 5,550 

Chief of Police Robert Monaghan 

Municipal Attorney Lewis James 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

East Detroit (Macomb Co.) Pop. 5,955 

Chief of Police Lyman Eckhardt 

Municipal Attorney Charles Retzlaff 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Ecorse (Wayne Co.) Pop. 12,716 

Chief of Police George A. Moore 

Head, Identif. Div Charles Miller 

Municipal Attorney James Adams 

24 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Escanaba (Delta Co.) Pop. 14,524 

Chief of Police M. F. Ettenhofer 

Assistant Chief J- P- Finn 

Municipal Attorney Herbert Rushton 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Ferndale (Oakland Co.) Pop. 20,855 

Chief of Police Carl L. Dick 

Captain of Police Roy Butcher 

Head, Identif. Div ClifTord Fritz 

Municipal Attorney Orph Holmes 

24 emploj^ees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Flint (Genesee Co.) Pop. 156,492 

Chief of Police Neil F. Anderson 

Inspector of Police Robt. C. Demarofif 

Capt. of Detectives Edward Tewhey 

Capt. of Patrol Div Edwin Hughes 

Juvenile Officer Charles Raab 

Capt. of Traffic Div Herman Crites 

Head, Identif. Div John McNamee 

Head, Records Div John McXamee 

Municipal Attorney Hymen Hoffman 

158 employees; 23 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 

Gladstone (Delta Co.) Pop. 5,170 

Chief of Police Torval Kallerson 

Assistant Chief Alfred B. Mav 

Head, Traffic' Div Alfred F. Raddant 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Grand Haven (Ottawa Co.) Pop. 8,345 

Chief of Police Lawrence De Witt 



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THE POLICE 



Michigan — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Howard Fant 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Grand Rapids (Kent Co.) Pop. 168,592 

Supt. of Police Frank J. O'Malley 

Cliicf of Detectives Albert Scheiern 

Head, Policewomen Katharine Geiser 

Head, Traffic Div E. H. McConnell 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Walter F. Weber 

Head, Identif. Div Leo M. F. Doyle 

Head, Records Div Gregory J. Vogt 

Municipal Attorney Ganson Taggart 

Probation Officer Robert Gaunt 

197 employees; 27 patrol cars; 19 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 3 ambulances 

Grosse Pointe (Wayne Co.) Pop. 5,173 

Chief of Police Thomas V. Trombly 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Grosse Pointe Park (Wayne Co.) Pop. 11,174 
Grosse Pointe P. O. 

Chief of Police James C. Drysdale 

Head, Records Div I. C. Mudge 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Berns 

38 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Hamtramck (Wayne Co.) Pop. 56,268 

Chief of Police Barney Nowicki 

Chief of Detectives John Sikorski 

Chief of Patrol Div Peter Stock 

Juvenile Officers Joseph Ficht 

A. Sudzinski 

Head, Policewomen Angelina Paul 

Head, Traffic Div Louis Haack 

Head, Identif. Div Jas. C. Yergenson 

Head, Records Div Authur J. Kujawa 

Municipal Attorney William Cohen 

96 employees; 16 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Hancock (Houghton Co.) Pop. 5,795 

Chief of Police Ted M. Kearney 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Hirvela 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hastings (Barry Co.) Pop. 5,227 

Chief of Police Edward Campbell 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Highland Park (Wayne Co.) Pop. 52,959 

Chief of Pj)lice Dan E. L. Patch 

Captain of Detectives .... Charles E. Cook 

Juvenile Officer Orneldo Utley 

Head, Policewomen Berna Johnston 

Head, Traffic Div C. J. White 

Head, Identif. Div George R. Bird 

Municipal Attorney Earl B. Young 

90 employees; 7 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 



Hillsdale (Hillsdale Co.) Pop. 5,896 

Chief of Police D. E. Stone 

Municipal Attorney P. W. Chase 

Probation Officer George McDowell 

2 employees 

Holland (Ottawa Co.) Pop. 14,346 

Chief of Police Ira A. Antles 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Lokker 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Ionia (Ionia Co.) Pop. 6,562 

Chief of Police Harry Lyle 

4 employees 

Iron Mountain (Dickinson Co.) Pop. 11,652 

Chief of Police Gust Hassell 

Municipal Attorney Ernest Brown 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Ironwood (Gogebic Co.) Pop. 14,299 

Chief of Police Thomas Jeffery 

Municipal Attorney S. W. Patek 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Ishpeming (Marquette Co.) Pop. 9,238 

C/tief of Police Nestor Eckloff 

Assistant Chief William J. Olds 

Municipal Attorney H. J. Potter 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 



Jackson (Jackson Co.) 



Pop. 55,187 



Chief of Police Edward C. Harris 

Chief of Detectives Michael J. Behan 

C/iief of Patrol Div Seward B. Freed 

Juvenile Officer Arnold Turk 

Head, Policeivomen Myrtle Hurd 

Head, Traffic Div William Thompson 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. Warner 

Head, Records Div Fred E. Foster 

Municipal Attorney Birney E. Brower 

59 employees; 8 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo Co.) Pop. 54,786 

Chief of Police Ralph W. Chapman 

Assistant Chief Oscar Wetherell 

Head, Policeivomen Cora L. Moore 

Head, Traffic Div A. A. Ferguson 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Dee Williams 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Oscar Wetherell 

Head, Identif. Div Darrell C. Wicke 

Head, Records Div Darrell C. Wicke 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .Paul M. Tedrow 

Probation Officer Edw. V. Curtenius 

74 employees; 7 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; I ambulance 



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Ci ties — Michigan 



Michigan — Cities of 



Kingsford (Dickinson Co.) 
Iron Mountain P. O. 

Chief of Police Henry L. King 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lansing (Ingham Co.) Pop. 78,397 

Chief of Police John F. O'Brien 

Captain of Police John Earley 

Lieut, of Detectives William Cleeves 

Head, Identif. Bur Frank Hufnagel 

Municipal Attorney Joseph Planck 

Probation Officer MjTon Tucker 

88 employees; 7 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Lapeer (Lapeer Co.) Pop. 5,008 

Chief of Police G. C. Phillips 

Municipal Attorney John G. Libbers 

1 employee 

Lincoln Park (Wayne Co.) Pop. 12,336 

Chief of Police Floyd ]M. Crichton 

Municipal Attorney Fred Keppen 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Ludington (Mason Co.) Pop. 8,898 

Chief of Police T. J. Barber 

Municipal Attorney Eugene Christman 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Manistee (Manistee Co.) Pop. 8,078 

Chief of Police Roy C. Hebner 

Municipal Attorney Frederick Chohset 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Manistique (Schoolcraft Co.) Pop. 5,198 

Chief of Police Roy D. Anderson 

Assistant Chief Mike Bond 

Municipal Attorney James C. Wood 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Marquette (IMarquette Co.) Pop. 14,789 

Chief of Police Donald McCormick 

Assistant Chief Andrew Hartvigh 

Municipal Attorney John J. Walsh 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Marshall (Calhoun Co.) Pop. 5,019 

Chief of Police .• . . .Wm. M. Vosburgh 

Assistan'' Chief Willard Purcell 

Municipal Attorney Lewis Schroeder 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Menominee (ISIenominee Co.) Pop. 10,320 

Chief of Police Frank Parsek 

Assistant Chief Joseph G. Jossart 

Municipal Attorney William J. Clancy 



Pop. 5,526 Probation Officer Ale.x Bouty 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Midland (Midland Co.) Pop. 8,038 

Chief of Police Fred X. Sayles 

6 employees ; 2 patrol cars 

Monroe (Monroe Co.) Pop. 18,110 

Chief of Police Jesse Fisher 

Municipal Attorney William F. Hass 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Mount Clemens (Macomb Co.) Pop. 13,497 

Chief of Police Arthur I. Rosso 

Municipal Attorney Bert Xunnelley 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Mount Pleasant (Isabella Co.) Pop. 5,211 

Chief of Police W. K. Willman 

Municipal Attorney J. E. Ryan 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Muskegon (Muskegon Co.) Pop. 41,390 

Chief of Police Peter Hansen 

Head, Traffic Div Bernard C. Klise 

Head, Identif. Div Arthur J. Siplon 

Head, Records Div Arthur J. Siplon 

Municipal Attorney Edward C. Farmer 

51 employees; 5 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Muskegon Heights (Muskegon Co.) 

Pop. 15,584 

Chief of Police Chester Derby 

Municipal Attorney William Balgoogen 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Negaunee (Marquette Co.) Pop. 6,552 

Chief of Police Samuel M. Ford 

Municipal Attorney Aaron Lowenstein 

11 employees; 1 patrol car-ambulance; 1 
motorcycle 

Niles (Berrien Co.) Pop. 11,326 

Chief of Police L. O. Bates 

Head, Identif. Div C.J. Erickson 

Municipal Attorney Casper Grathwohl 

12 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Owosso (Shiawassee Co.) Pop. 14,496 

Chief of Police T. A. Rice 

Head, Identif. Div O. Langham 

Municipal Attorney \'an R. Pond 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Petoskey (Emmet Co.) Pop. 5,740 

Chief of Police Patrick Sullivan 

Assistant Chief Philo Wakeford 



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Michigan — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Benj. Halstead 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pontiac (Oakland Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Policewomen 

Head, Accident Preven.. . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer 

69 employees; 8 patrol 
1 ambulance 



Pop. 64,928 

Charles F. Rhodes 
Vance L. Hanger 
Frank Nelson 
Walter C. Krause 
Ruby Sisson 
Edw. H. Shigley 
Adam H. Kimpel 
Edw. H. Shigley 
William A. Ewart 
Kenneth McVittie 
cars; 5 motorcycles; 



Head, Identif. Div John D. Leppert 

Head, Records Div John D. Leppert 

Municipal Attorney F. R. Sargent 

87 employees; 14 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

St. Clair Shores (Macomb Co.) Pop. 6,745 

Chief of Police Harold W. Lanstra 

Municipal Attorney George Francis 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



St. Joseph (Berrien Co.) 



Pop. 8,349 



Chief of Police Benj. F. Phairas 

Municipal Attorney Edward Brown 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Port Huron (St. Clair Co.) Pop. 31,361 Sault Ste. Marie (Chippewa Co.) Pop. 13,755 



Chief of Police Herman J. Nelson 

Captain of Police Thos. J. Davidson 

Head, Traffic Div Ralph Irwin 

Head, Identif. Div J. O'Hara 

Head, Records Div William Dingwell 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Pepper 

Probation Officer J. Betty 

38 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 



Chief of Police M. H. Mitchell 

Municipal Attorney Claude Coates 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Sturgis (St. Joseph Co.) 



Pop. 6,950 



River Rouge (Wayne Co.) 



Pop. 17,314 



Chief of Police Thomas Verellen 

Assistant Chief Jacob R. Wilhite 

Head, Identif. Div Louis Balaze 

Municipal Attorney Henry Messimer 

24 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Roseville (Macomb Co.) 



Pop. 6,836 



Chief of Police Walter Kimmerly 

Municipal Attorney J. R. LaBarge 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Royal Oak (Oakland Co.) 



Pop. 22,904 



Chief of Police Alvin Dobberteen 

Assistant Chief Edward Long 

Municipal Attorney Raymond Dresser 

7 emplo}'ees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Three Rivers (St. Joseph Co.) Pop. 6,863 

Chief of Police Arno Harding 

Assistant Chief Earl Houghtaling 

Municipal Attorney Howard Morley 

8 emploj^ees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Traverse City (Grand Traverse Co.) 

Pop. 12,539 

Chief of Police William J. Rennie 

Assistant Chief IMack Chandler 

Municipal Attorney Charles Menmuir 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Chief of Police Ray C. Hay ward 

Head, Identif. Div Lawrence D. Tubbs 

Municipal Attorney W. C. Hudson 

24 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Wyandotte (Wayne Co.) 



Pop. 36,882 



Saginaw (Saginaw Co.) 



Pop. 80,715 



Chief of Police Wm. P. Rutledge 

Assistant Chief Martin Lilienthal 

Head, Identif. Div. ...... Clarence Miller 

Municipal Attorney Hugh W. Williams 

41 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Chief of Police Fred H. Genske 

Captain of Detectives .... Leo Forsyth 

Capt., Patrol Div Geo. McNicoU 

Head, Crime Preven Walter Germain 

Head, Traffic Div Fred D. Webster 



Ypsilanti'(Washtenaw Co.) 



Pop. 10,143 



Chief of Police Ralph L. Southard 

Municipal Attorney John P. Kirk 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



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State and Counties — Minnesota 



Minnesota 

State Capital: St. Paul 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Harold E. Stassen (St. Paul) 

Attorney General J. A. A. Burnquist (St. Paul) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman J. N. Peterson (St. Paul) 

Minnesota Highway Patrol (1279 University Ave., St. Paul) 

Chief Elden W. Rowe 

Acting Assistant Chief F. T. Corcoran 

126 employees; 65 patrol cars; 60 motorcycles 

Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (1279 University Ave., St. Paul) 

Superintendent Elden W. Rowe 

Assistant Superintendent Walter A. Winter 

Criminal Identif. and Crime Statistics James Dwyer 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Stillwater) L. F. Utecht, Warden 

State Reformatory (St. Cloud) H. B. Whittier, Warden 

State Reformatory for Women (Shakopee) Estelle Jamieson, Supt. 

Home School for Girls (Sauk Center) Inez B. Patterson, Supt. 

State Training School for Boys (Red Wing) Carl Jackson, Supt. 

Board of Pardons and Parole (St. Paul) A. C. Lindholm, Secretary 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Aitkin i\itkin 

Anoka Anoka 

Beltrami Bemidji 

Becker Detroit Lakes 

Benton Foley 

Big Stone Ortonville 

Blue Earth Mankato 

Brown New Ulm 

Carlton Carlton 

Carver Chaska 

Cass Walker 

Chippewa Montevideo 

Chisago Center City 

Clay Moorhead 

Clearwater Bagley 

Cook Grand Marais 

Cottonwood Windom 

Crow Wing Brainard 

Dakota Hastings 

Dodge Mantorville 

Douglas Alexandria 

Faribault Blue Earth 

Fillmore Preston 

Freeborn Albert Lea 

(ioodhue Red Wing 

Grant Elbow Lake 



Ned Price 
O. M. Olson 
John J. Cahill 
Magnus Olson 
J. A. Winkelman 
P. W. Daly 
Frank W. Cords 
John Reitter 
L. Schiedermayer 
Frank Frende 
C. E. Merry 
N. A. Pedersen 
H. N. Stream 
R. S. Brown 
Art Anderson 
Chas. Taylor 
N. J. BeU 
Roy Wickland 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

J. Galarneault 
Edw. J. Walsh 
Clarence R. Smith 
Carl G. Buck 
J. Arthur Bensen 
C. J. Benson 
Milton D. Mason 
T. O. Stressguth 
A. Lieberman 
John J. Fahey 
Edw. L. Rogers 
C. A. RoUoff 
C. W. Gustafson 
J. A. Garrity 
O. E. Lewis 

E. P. J. Chapman 
M. F. Juhnke 

F. E. Ebner 



Probation Act. ' 



Norman R. Dieter D. L. Grannis 
A. Myster 
Fred Hanson 
C. Lindgren 
T. Perkins 
P. Gunderson 



L. H. Stubbe 

Bennie Urness 

W. A. Matthies 

Knute Inglebret 

Hjalmer R. Wulff 

Lenus R. Olson Milton I. Hoist 



K. 
C. 
H. 
C. 
J- 



Tobias Amundson R. J. Stromme 
1 Probation matters handled for most part by state parole agents under jurisdiction of A. C. Lindblom, 
State Office Bldg., St. Paul. (See listing for State of Minnesota.) 

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Minnesota — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act. i 

Hennepin Minneapolis John P. Wall Ed J. Goff 

Houston Caledonia W. N. Goergen L. L. Roerkohl 

Hubbard Park Rapids E. C. Churchill Charles L. Clark 

Isanti Cambridge Geo. F. Henschel Harold L. Westin 

Itasca Grand Rapids Elmer Madson J. J. Benton 

Jackson Jackson C. F. Magnussen L. A. Paulsrude 

Kanabec Mora John Sellstedt S. A. Halgren 

Kandiyohi Willmar Paul E. Anderson Roy Hendrickson 

Kittson Hallock E. O. Pearson L. A. Brink 

Koochiching International Hugh Reidy J. J. Hadler 

Falls 

Lac Qui Parle. . . . Madison A. G. Smaagaard H. W. Swenson 

Lake Two Harbors Emil Nelson Emmett Jones 

Lake of the 

Woods Baudette John R. Morris W. B. Sherwood 

Le Sueur Le Center Anton Novotny George T. Havel 

Lincoln Ivanhoe Virgil W. Dorn B. M. Heinzen 

Lyon Marshall Geo. A. Rankin C. J. Donnelly 

McLeod Glencoe Arthur Tessmer Wm. O. McNelly 

Mahnomen Mahnomen Frank L. Johnson L. A. Wilson 

Marshall Warren O. C. Toftner A. A. Trost 

Martin Fairmont Wm. L. Roehler C. L. Erickson 

Meeker Litchfield Art Kruger S. G. Gandrud 

Mille Lacs Milaca Hans Dahl John S. Nyquist 

Morrison Little Falls Wm. J. Butcher Austin L. Grimes 

Mower Austin Ira W. Syck A. L. Enochson 

Murray Slayton Geo. L. Nelson J. T. Schueller 

Nicollet St. Peter John A. Johnson Emerson Hopp 

Nobles Worthington Clarence Young Arnold W. Brecht 

Norman Ada John Krogstad Lloyd J. Hetland 

Olmstead Rochester G. R. Gelatt H. Dansingberg 

Otter TaU Fergus Falls J. C. Henkes W. P. Berghuis 

Pennington Thief River Falls Arthur Rambeck P. A. Lundgren 

Pine Pine City Hannes Rypkema Albert Johnson 

Pipestone Pipestone Herman H. Heesch J. H. Manion 

Polk Crookston Julius Spokely F. H. Stadsvold 

Pope Glenwood E. A. Wesen Wm. Merrill 

Ramsey St. Paul T. J. Gibbons M. F. Kinkead 

Red Lake Red Lake Falls Carl A. Kankel Ralph H. Lee 

Redwood Redwood Falls L. J. Kise Tom Reed 

Renville Olivia Henry Heaney Russell Frazee 

Rice Faribault Frank Weir John E. Coughlin 

Rock Luverne Neil Roberts Mort Skewes 

Roseau Roseau O. A. Rice Bert Hanson 

St. Louis Duluth Sam M. Owens Thos. J. Naylor 

Scott Shakopie A. F. Mesenbrink Harry A. Irwin 

Sherburne Elk River N. J. Neumann Geo. H. Tyler 

Sibley Gaylord Fred W. Thahnan Everett L. Young 

Stearns St. Cloud Art Mclntee Harry E. Burns 

Steele Owatonna E. T. Helgeson Axel B. Anderson 

Stevens Morris H.H.Myers C. A. Gay 

Swift Benson Ed. S. Flaten Frank A. Barnard 

Todd Long Prairie S. H. Adams J. N. Peterson 

Traverse Wheaton Geo. P. Schmitz E. E. Huber 

Wabasha Wabasha John P. Jacobs Wm. G. Lindmeier 

Wadena Wadena John Bengston Hugh G. Parker 

1 Probation matters handled for most part by state parole agents under jurisdiction of .\. C. Lind jloni, 
State Ofiice Bldg., St. Paul. (See listing for State of Minnesota.) 

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Cities — Minnesota 



County Co. Seat 

Waseca Waseca 

Washington Stillwater 

Watonwan St. James 

Wilkin Breckenridge 

Winona Winona 

Wright Buffalo 

Yellow Medicine . Granite Falls 



MirmESOTA — Counties of 

Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty, 

L. Authur Larson John H. McLoone 



T. H. Maher 
I. M. Berg 
James Fitzgerald 
Ben Zimmerman 
Paul H. Kritzeck 



P. M. Lindbloom 
E. M. Perrier 
M. O. Ettesvold 
W. K. Nissen 
W. S. Johnson 



Probation Act. • 



Oscar C. Snortum Paul D. Stratton 



Albert Lea (Freeborn Co.) 

Chief of Police Theodore Lifeson 

Municipal AUoniey WiUiam Sturtz 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Austin (Mower Co.) Pop. 12,276 

Chief of Police John McDermott 

Night Captain J. C. Taney 

Municipal Attorney B. E. Hughes 

Probation Officer Stella Rockford 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Bemidji (Beltrami Co.) Pop. 7,202 

Chief of Police Harry Gray 

Captain of Police Walter Hall 

Municipal Attorney C. I. Peglow 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Brainerd (Crow Wing Co.) Pop. 10,221 

Chief of Police Thomas Templeton 

Municipal Attorney W. W. Bane 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Chisholm (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 8,308 

Chief of Police William L. Miller 

Municipal Attorney Frank Talus 

Probation Officer Frank Allard 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Cloquet (Carlton Co.) Pop. 6,782 

Chief of Police Adolph Reed 

Assistant Chief John Hackett 

Municipal Attorney J. E. McKenna 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Columbia Heights (Anoka Co.) Pop. 5,613 

Chief of Police J. C. French 

Municipal Attorney Charles LeRicheux 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 10,169 Duluth (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 101,463 

Comm'r of Public Safety .R. F. Peterson 



Chief of Police Edw. B. Plansen 

Captain of Police A. G. Fiskett 

Chief of Detectives R. E. Donaldson 

Head, Policewomen Mary E. Walsh 

Head, Traffic Div John Englert 

Dir., Police Training. . . .R. F. Erlandsen 

Head, Identif. Div J. O. Simon 

Head, Records Div F. S. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Roland Henning 

Probation Officer Victor Stearns 

136 employees; 12 patrol cars; 9 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Ely (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 6,156 

Chief of Police Douglas Nankervis 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. Carey 

28 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Eveleth (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 7,484 

Act^g Chief of Police Herbert Woolock 

Municipal Attorney M. F. Teplicky 

21 employees; 1 patrol car 

Fairmont (Martin Co.) Pop. 5,521 

Chief of Police H. C. Plenge 

Municipal Attorney John Flynn 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Faribault (Rice Co.) Pop. 12,767 

Chief of Police O. W. Hubin 

Assistant Chief A. H. Geike 

Municipal Attorney Everett Malleuge 

Probation Officer F. H. Hanzel 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Fergus Falls (Otter Tail Co.) Pop. 9,389 

Chief of Police Coleman Slatten 

Municipal Attorney Chester Rosengren 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Crookston (Polk Co.) Pop. 6,321 

Chief of Police J. A. McCaffrey 

Municipal Attorney Lowell J. Grady 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

^ Probation matters handled for most part by state parole agents under jurisdiction of A 
State Office Bldg., St. Paul. (See listing for State of Minnesota.) 

101 



Hastings (Dakota Co.) 
Chief of Police 



.M. 



Pop. 5,086 
C. Karpen 

C. Lindblom, 



Minnesota — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Minnesota — Cities of 



Municipal A Homey R. W. Ganfield 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hibbing (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 15,666 

Chief of Police Chester Naeseth 

Head, Traffic Div Fred Odegard 

Head, Idenlif. Div Claude Graves 

Municipal Attorney Thos. H. Strizich 

Probation Officer Gene Everett 

31 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

International Falls (Koochiching Co.) 

Pop. 5,036 

Chief of Police Quay Whitbeck 

Municipal Attorney L. P. Blomholm 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Little Falls (Morrison Co.) Pop. 5,014 

Chief of Police H. Trebiatowski 

Municipal Attorney Chas. A. Fortier 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Mankato (Blue Earth Co.) Pop. 14,038 

Chief of Police William E. Conlin 

Assistant Chief Albert Nerland 

Head, Traffic Div Emil M. Meurer 

Head, Identif. Div E. A. Van Thuyne 

Municipal Attorney Norman Nitzkowski 

16 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Minneapolis (Hennepin Co.) Pop. 464,356 

Supt. of Police Frank P. Forestal 

Assistant Supt Frank E. Bleed 

Chief of Detectives James L. Mullen 

Juvenile Officer Magni Palm 

Head, Policewomen Blanche Jones 

Head, Traffic Div Oscar Bakken 

Head, Identif. Div Ray Harrington 

Head, Records Div A. D. Jacobson 

Municipal Attorney R. Wiggins 

Probation Officer James Kelley 

504 employees; 18 patrol cars; 21 motor- 
cycles; 4 patrol wagons; 6 armored cars 

Moorhead (Clay Co.) Pop. 7,651 

Chief of Police A.J. O'Laughlin 

Municipal Attorney William Russell 

Probation Officer S. P. Jenk 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

New Ulm (Brown Co.) Pop. 7,308 

Chief of Police Anton Groebner, Jr. 

Municipal, Attorney Henry H. Flor 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Owatonna (Steele Co.) Pop. 7,654 

Chief of Police Cyrus Harden 

Assistant Chief Arnold Lewison 

Municipal Attorney H. Leach 

Probation Officer F. A. Alexander 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 



Red Wing (Goodhue Co.) Pop. 9,629 

Chief of Police Eric Carlson 

Mmiicipal Attorney W. Christianson 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Rochester (Ohnsted Co.) Pop. 20,621 

Chief of Police H. N. Tompkins 

Head, Identif. Div George H. Rohde 

Municipal Attorney Irving Eckholdt 

26 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

St. Cloud (Benton, Sherburne, and Stearns 
Cos.) Pop. 21,000 

Chief of Police Edward J. Brick 

Municipal Attorney R. J. Quinlivan 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 

St. Paul (Ramsey Co.) Pop. 271,606 

Comni'r of Public Safety . G. H. Barfuss 

Chief of Police C. A. Hackert 

Assistant Chief D. Schaible 

Chief of Detectives Charles Tierney 

Juvenile Officer Carl Mayer 

Head, Policewomen Minnie Moore 

Head, Traffic Div H. Wettergren 

Head, Records Div M. McLaughlin 

Mimicipal Attorney Irving Gottlieb 

Probation Officer John J. Doyle 

369 employees; 27 patrol cars; 12 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol car- wagon-ambulances 

South St. Paul (Dakota Co.)' Pop. 10,009 

Chief of Police Edgar J. McAlpine 

Municipal Attorney Walter T. Ryan 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance; 
1 armored car 

Stillwater (Washmgton Co.) Pop. 7,173 

Chief of Police F. B. Castle 

Municipal Attorney Ralph McGrath 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Virginia (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 11,963 

Chief of Police Chas. A. Gronberg 

Municipal Attorney F. J. Rosemeier 

37 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Willmar (Kandiyohi Co.) Pop. 6,173 

Chief of Police Ed. M. Carney 

Municipal Attorney R. W. Stanford 

Winona (Winona Co.) Pop. 20,850 

Chief of Police H. C. Riebau 

Assistant Chief Albert Winkels 

Head, Traffic Div Gus Bingold 

Municipal Attorney W. K. Nissen 

Probation Officer Mayme Schmidt 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; Imotorcycle 



102 



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State and Counties^Mississippi 



Mississippi 

State Capital: Jackson 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Hugh L. White (Jackson) 

Attorney General Greek L. Rice (Jackson) 

State Beverage Control, Director A. H. Stone (Jackson) 

Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol (2550 N. State St., Jackson) 

Commissioner T. B. Birclsong, Jr. 

Assistant Commissioner Webb Burke 

58 employees; 20 patrol cars; 35 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Parchman) Jas. J. Thames, Warden 

State Reformatory for Boys (Columbia) B. L. Coulter, Supt. 

Chief Parole Officer (Jackson) Jack Hancock 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adams Natches A. B. Conner O. M. Hornsby 

Alcorn Corinth Willard O. Potts H. A. Hopper 

Amite Liberty E. T. Harvey None 

Attala Kosciusko D. F. Sallis None 

Benton Ashland Frank Ferrell L. T. McKenzie 

BoHver /Clevelandl Joe L. Smith E. H. Green 

\Rosedale j 

Calhoun Pittsboro D. L. Hardin Joe Sheffield 

Carroll (Carrolltonl J. T. Allen None 

1 Vaiden j 

Chickasaw jHoustonl Chas. Anderson C. H. McCraine 

{Okolona/ 

Choctaw Ackerman D. H. Bradberry None 

Claiborne Port Gibson J. AI. Jones M. Satterfield 

Clarke Quitman C. V. Miller H. L. Miller 

Clay West Point T. G. Saul F. A. Critz 

Coahomo /Clarksdale 1 W. L. Matthews Leighton Miller 

I Friar Point/ 

Copiah Hazlehurst W. E. Hester None 

Covington Collins Ennis Crawford None 

De Soto Hernando A. S. Campbell R. F. B. Logan 

Forrest Hattiesburg G. W. Boone D. W. Holmes 

Franklin Meadville J. M. Reynolds None 

George Lucedale T. M. Hempstead None 

Greene Leakesville Murdoc Wally None 

Grenada Grenada D. W. Dogan W. S. P. Doty 

Hancock Bay St. Louis Claud Monti W. J. Gex, Jr. 

Harrison Gulfport O. L. Meador G. H. Hawes 

Hinds f Jackson 1 J. W. Roberts, Jr. Luther Manship 

[Raymond/ 

Holmes Lexington W. L. Ellis None 

Humphreys Belzoni L. M. Carter J. A. Mortimer 

Issaquena Mayersville A. W. Gary E. N. Scudder 

Itawanba Fulton J. E. Wiygul A. T. Cleveland 

103 



Prob.\tion Act. 

None 
None 
None 
None 
None 
None 

None 
None 

None 

None 
None 
None 
None 
C. S. Longino 

None 

None 

None 

Ben Stevens 

L. P. Cloy 

None 

None 

None 

Florence Cassibry 

V. J. Strieker 

None 
None 
None 
None 



Mississippi — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Mississippi — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Jackson Pascagoula 

Jasper /Bay Springs 

[Paulding 

Jefferson Fayette 

Jefferson Davis . . Prentiss 
Jones fEllisvillel 

\Laurel j 

Kemper De Kalb 

La Fayette Oxford 

Lamar Purvis 

Lauderdale Meridian 

Lawrence Monticello 

Leake Carthage 

Lee Tupelo 

Leflore Greenwood 

Lincoln Brookhaven 

Lowndes Columbus 

Madison Canton 

Marion Columbia 

Marshall Holly Springs 

Monroe Aberdeen 

Montgomery. . . .Winona 

Neshoba Philadelphia 

Newton Decatur 

Noxubee Macon 

Oktibbeha Starkville 

Panola Batesville 

Pearl River Poplarville 

Perry New Augusta 

Pike Magnolia 

Pontotac Pontotac 

Prentiss Booneville 

Quitman Marks 

Rankin Brandon 

Scott Forest 

Sharkey Rolling Fork 

Simpson Mendenhall 

Smith Raleigh 

Stone Wiggins 

Sunflower Indianola 

Tallahatchie Charleston 

Tate Sanatobia 

Tippah Ripley 

Tishomingo luka 

Tunica Tunica 

Union New Albany 

Walthall Tyler town 

Warren Vicksburg 

Washington Greenville 

Wayne Waynesboro 

Webster Walthall 

Wilkinson Woodville 

Winston Louisville 

Yalobusha fCoffeeville 

\ Water Valley 
Yazoo Yazoo City 



Sheriff 


Co. Pros. Atty. 


Probation Agt. 


J. G. Grebs 


W. D. Bullard 


None 


Lee Williams 


G. N. Brown 


None 


Duncan McArn 


W. R. Easterling 


None 


A. H. Polk 


None 


None 


Chas. Thompson 


W. A. Beard 


None 


B. E. Key 


None 


None 


R. C. Jones 


Bramlett Roberts 


None 


Cazzie Entrekin 


None 


Mrs. L. A. Smith 


Bill Rush Mosby 


J. A. Riddell 


None 


S. J. Givens 


G. W. Magee 


None 


G. W. Parkes 


A. M. Warwick 


None 


L. A. Ford 


C. F. Clayton 


None 


Earl Equen 


Yerger Moorehead T. A. Guy 


J. W. Smith 


None 


None 


R. E. L. Smithe 


None 


None 


C. H. James 


Nelson Cauthern 


None 


R. H. Hathorn 


Roy J. Goss 


None 


L. D. Tucker 


L. A. Smith, Jr. 


None 


J. M. Thompson 


D. W. Houston 


None 


E. E. Wright 


None 


None 


M. A. Posey 


S. B. Cooper 


None 


E. V. Buckley 


W. A. Johnson 


None 


J. W. Allen 


J. P. Stennis 


None 


J. S. Richey 


None 


None 


L. S. Manning 


None 


None 


H. C, Moody 


Leopold Locke 


None 


C. S. Myers 


C. C. Smith 


None 


J. W. Brabham 


J. G. Roach 


None 


0. D. Patterson 


W. H. Inzer 


None 


S. F. Windham 


J. E. Cunningham 


L None 


B. G. Barringer 


P. L. Denton 


P. L. Denton 


Tom B. Spann 


None 


None 


D. A. Austion 


A. W. Cooper 


None 


M. C. Ewing 


D. C. Hakes 


J. S. Joor 


P. B. Allen 


Homer Currie 


None 


J. H. Moss 


None 


Ben Stevens 


S. C. Hinton 


W. C. Batson 


None 


A. D. Clark 


R. D. Everitt 


None 


H. H. Dogan 


J. A. Blount 


None 


J. R. Quinn 


T. V. Dixon 


None 


J. D. Childers 


B. W. Elliott 


None 


0. J. BuUen 


C. A. Gober 


None 


S. A. Arnold 


Martin Garner 


None 


Lee Rogers 


Marvin Crawford 


None 


N. E. Conerly 


J. M. Alford 


None 


J. J. Rign 


J. J. O'Neill 


J. J. O'Neil 


R. P. Chaney 


E. Bogan 


Morris Goldstein 


H. G. Norsworthy J. B. Saxon 


None 


S. E. Mitchell 


None 


None 


Louis C. Miller 


None 


None 


E. E. White 


None 


None 


C. B. Busby 


None 


None 


R. D. Warren 


T. H. Campbell 


None 


104 







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Cities — Mississippi 



City Agencies and Officials 



Biloxi (Harrison Co.) Pop. 14,850 

Chief of Police Alonzo Gabrich 

Assistant Chief Merrit Brunies 

Municipal Attorney Dudley Stennis 

Probation Officer Mrs. F. Tedesco- 

Corso 
14 employees; 1 motorcycle: 1 patrol wagon 

Brookhaven (Lincoln Co.) Pop. 5,288 

Chief of Police W. Ed Smith 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Cohn & Jones 

Probation Officer. .'. P. S. Burt 

5 employees 



Clarksdale (Coahoma Co.) 



Pop. 10,043 



Chief of Police . . . . 
Assistant Chief. . . . 
Head, Idcntif. Div. . 
Head, Records Div. 
Municipal Attorney. 



. C. S. Longino 
. Ben Keesee 

W. O. Harlow 
. G. B. Barnard 

W. W. \'enable 



14 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Columbus (Lowndes Co.) Pop. 10,743 

Chief of Police J. A. Morton 

Assistant Chief T. J. Glover 

Head, Traffic Div J. O. Land 

Municipal Attorney T. W. Lewis, Jr. 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Corinth (Alcorn Co.) Pop. 6,220 

Chief of Police HiUie Coleman 

Municipal Attorney B. F. Worsham 

7 employees 

Greenville (Washington Co.) Pop. 14,807 

Chief of Police WiUiam Taggart 

Assistant Chief C. HoUingsworth 

Head, Identif. Div Sam S. Valencino 

Municipal Attorney S. B. Thomas 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Greenwood (Leflore Co.) Pop. 11,123 

Chief of Police Frank H. Smith 

Assistant Chief T. H. McMahon 

Head, Traffic Div George Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Leon Weir 

Head, Records Div Phil S. Jones 

Municipal Attorney A. H. Bell 

Probation Officer T. A. Guy 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Gulfport (Harrison Co.) Pop. 12,547 

Chief of Police John Payne 

Municipal Attorney John L. Heiss 

Probation Officer Henrietta Gulley 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Hattiesburg (Forrest Co.) Pop. 

Chief of Police M. M. Little 

Municipal Attorney E. J. Currie 



Probation Officer Mrs. T. Burdette 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Jackson (Hinds Co.) Pop. 48,282 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . . J. H. Walsh 

Captains of Police Joe Holden 

C. A. Horton 

Chief of Dectectives J. M. Stockton 

Juvenile Officer Mrs. L. R. William 

Head, Traffic Div J. Wall 

Head, Identif. Div J. M. Stockton 

Municipal Attorney W. E. Morse 

Probation Officer W. T. Horton 

56 employees; 9 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Laurel (Jones Co.) Pop. 18,017 

Chief of Police J. E. Brown 

Head, Traffic Div C. W. Valentine 

Municipal Attorney J. R. Buchanan 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

McComb (Pike Co.) Pop. 10,057 

Chief of Police D. A. Brumfield 

Assistant Chief Tom Lane 

Head, Identif. Div L. H. Lawrence 

Municipal Attorneys Price & Harper 

6 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Meridian (Lauderdale Co.) Pop. 31,954 

Chief of Police W. B. Francis 

Chief of Detectives T. D. Harbour 

Heads, Traffic Div C. C. Currie 

O. L. Brown 

Municipal Attorney H. B. Westbrook 

Probation Officer Madge Hearn 

38 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Natchez (Adams Co.) Pop. 13,422 

Chief of Police J. N. Stone 

Assistant Chief E. H. Gahan 

Municipal Attorney C. F. Engle 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Tupelo (Lee Co.) Pop. 6,361 

Chief of Police T. E. Carr 

Municipal Attorney J. R. Anderson 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Vicksburg (Warren Co.) Pop. 22,943 

Chief of Police Geo. E. Hogaboom 

Captain of Police N. N. Hullum 

Head, Identif. Div E. D. Sheffield 

Municipal Attorney R. M. Kelly 

Probation Officer J. J. O'Neill 

29 employees; 3 patrol cars 



18,601 Yazoo City (Yazoo Co.) Pop. 5,579 

Chief of Police K. P. Parks, Sr. 

City Attorney J. G. Holmes 

105 



Missouri — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Missouri 

State Capital: Jefferson City 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Lloyd C. Stark (Jefferson City) 

Attorney General Roy McKittrick (Jefferson City) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman E. J. McMahon (Jefferson City) 

Missouri State Highway Patrol (Jefferson City) 

Superintendent B. M. Castee^ 

Deputy Superintendent and Captain, Identlf. Dlv R. E. Moore 

167 employees; 84 patrol cars; 11 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

Board of Penal Institutions (Jefferson City) G. C. Clevenger, Chairman 

State Penitentiary (Jefferson City) Tom. K. Scott, Warden 

Intermediate Reformatory (Jefferson City) John C. Mann, Warden 

State Training School for Boys (Jefferson City) Roy E. Stone, Snpt. 

Industrial Home for Girls (Chillicothe) Kitty Grieser, Supt. 

Industrial Home for Negro Girls (Tipton) Ethel Bowles, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Jefferson City) F. G. Harris, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Jefferson City) Robert Edson 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sherifp Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adair Kirksville Arthur Floyd C. E. Murrell 

Andrew Savannah Henry Burns J. Harry Latham 

Atchison Rockport Fred C. King E. W. Allison 

Audrain Mexico Paul E. Hammett Latney Barnes 

Barry Cassville Troy Wilson Emory C. Medlin 

Barton Lamar C. Wattenbarger J. Carrol Combs 

Bates Butler Bert Wheatley D. B. Dawson 

Benton Warsaw Harrison Eaton F. M. Brady 

Bollinger Marble Hill Walter D. Back B. A. Williams 

Boone Columbia Pleas Wright Edwin C. Orr 

Buchanan St. Joseph George Moran Maurice Hoffman 

Butler Poplar Bluff M. L. Hogg Chas. Bloodworth 

Caldwell Kingston Logan L. Goe S. J. MiUet 

Callaway Fulton Hartley Crowson Henry Lamkin 

Camden Camdenton Sam Laurie L. Cunningham 

Cape Girardeau. .Jackson Fred Hartle Elmer Strom 

Carroll Carrollton John Buzard Grover C. Jones 

Carter Van Buren O. F. Spaulding John L. Moore 

Cass HarrisonviUe Oscar Dunn G. R. Chamberlin 

Cedar Stockton C. C. Dodd W. Sunderwirth 

Chariton Keytesville Dudley Cooper C. F. Lamkin, Jr. 

Christian Ozark Joe G. Monger Andrew Howard 

Clark. Kahoka Art A. Horn Joe L. Gutting 

Clay Liberty L. D. Pence Conn Withers 

Clinton Plattsburg C. G. Paisley D. F. Bennett 

Cole Jefferson City Carl W'alz Carl F. Wymore 

Cooper Boonville Clay Groom H. Wooldridge 

Crawford Steelville Chris Enke G. C. Beckham 

Dade Greenfield O. Killingsworth Arkley Frieze 

Dallas Buffalo Harrison Bartlett J. P. Hawkins 

1 Probation handled by judges of probate court. 

106 



Probation Act. i 

Helen Crabtree 
Joy W. Mitchell 
Mrs. Fern CruU 
Ralph Cornett 
W. E. Hankins 
Sam Hackney, Jr. 
J. A. Silvers 
W. H. Blandin 
James Trentham 
Geo. S. Starrett 
A. B. Duncan 

D. B. Deem 

A. B. Cleveland 
R. S. Lamar 
C. P. Bobbitt 
Jack O. Knehans 
J. W. Miles 
Jos. V. Massey 
G. J. Smith 
M. J. Sharp 
A. C. Drace 
Jacob Hartley 
Ralph Hill 
Robt. F. Sevier 

E. C. James 
Thos. L. Parrish 
Sam V. Cochran 
C. S. Saltsman 

J. F. Montgomery 
Clarence Barclay 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties — Missouri 



Missouri — Counties of 



County Co. Seat SHiiRirp 

Daviess Gallatin Frank Sweany 

De Kalb Maysville Coulson Sherard 

Dent Salem J. F. Beezley 

Douglas Ava L. I\I. Barnes 

Dunklin Kennett G. D. Miles 

Franklin Union J. T. Giebler 

Gasconade Hermann Arthur C. Price 

Gentry Albany Wood Adams 

Greene Springfield J. T. Pierpont 

Grundy Trenton D. W. McKinnon 

Harrison Bethany H. L. McCoUum 

Henry Clinton Dalton Davis 

Hickory Hermitage Chas. Benedict 

Holt Oregon L. F. Stalcup 

Howard Fayette K. W. Ashcraft 

Howell West Plains Claude Garrett 

Iron Ironton Andy Hall 

Jackson Independence J. L. Williams 

Jasper Carthage H. O. Rogers 

Jefferson Hillsboro A. R. McKee 

Johnson Warrensburg Lee Williams 

Knox Edina Charley Franke 

Laclede Lebanon Elmer Snow 

La Fayette Lexington Dewey Parrott 

Lawrence Mount Vernon Clyde Reid 

Lewis Monticello S. J. Galbraith 

Lincoln Troy AUie Jameson 

Linn Linneus Max Brown 

Livingston Chillicothe W. C. Uhrmacher 

McDonald Pineville Floyd Bone 

Macon Macon Clare Nuhn 

Madison Fredericktown Sam H. Mouser 

Maries Vienna Hugh H. Kehr 

Marion Palmyra W. J. Schneider 

Mercer Princeton Clay George 

MiUer Tuscumbia B. M. Tyler 

Mississippi Charleston Walter R. Beck 

Moniteau California Rudy J. Walter 

Monroe Paris Russell Wilkes 

Montgomery. . . .Montgomery Joe Covington 
City 

Morgan Versailles Met Hughes 

New Madrid. . . .New Madrid A. F. Stanley 

Newton Neosho B. W. Bridges 

Nodaway Maryville Roy E. Sellers 

Oregon Alton Chas. Farrell 

Osage Linn F. E. Roux 

Ozark Gainesville L. F. Stevens 

Pemiscot CaruthersviUe John Hosier 

Perry Perry ville Ed V. Nations 

Pettis Sedalia W. L. Marlin 

Phelps RoUa Fred C. King 

Pike Bowling Green E. A. Tucker 

Platte Platte City George Elliott 

Polk Boliver H. D. Butler 

Pulaski Waynesville Roy E. Cadwell 

^ Probation handled by judges of probate court. 

107 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Sam T. Evans 
T. D. Williams 
C. R. Hayes 
W. H. Mitchell 
John T. McKay 
T. P. Hukriede 
Jos. T. Tate 

E. L. Redman 

F. H. McLaughlin 
Chas. J. Hoover 
Geo. B. Kautz 
Chas. Hassett 
Geo. H. Miller 

J. H. Pettijohn 
Jack H. Denny 
Homer Rinehart 
W. R. J. Hughes 
W. W. Graves 
Roy Coyne 
W. Oliver Rasch 
R. H. Musser 
W. E. Stewart 
Paul J. Dillard 
L. I. Morris 
M. Stanley Ginn 
Otto P. Shanks 

B. R. Creech 

G. D. Green 

C. S. Greenwood 
W. G. Tracy 

V. S. Moody 
Melvin Englehart 
H. S. Hutchison 
W. G. StiUwell 
J. Howard Woods 
Robt. M. Fendorf 
Geo. H. Bridges 
A. L. Gates 
T. V. Proctor 
0. A. Kamp 

G. Logan Marr 
J. V. Conran 
H. H. Douglas 
Clarence Vogt 
Percy W. Gullic 
M. R. Gars tang 
G. W. Rogers 
R. W. Hawkins 
Roscoe D. Moore 
Frank W. Hayes 
Llyn Bradford 
Edward V. Long 
R. B. Sympson 
E. S. Douglas 
Edward Cusick 



Probation Act. ■ 

Wood Richesson 

D. C. Campbell 
W. F. Halbrook 
Wm. Fletcher 
O. S. Harrison 
Leo A. Politte 

A. B. Suenkel 
Tom C. Holden 
John H. Fairman 
Miss A. Daniels 
J. P'red Selby 

C. C. Jones 

E. R. Crouch 

Hugh H. Davis 
G. J. Farrell 
R. A. Rasche 
M. J. Henderson 
V. G. Bryson 
John H. Reppy 
W. C. McDonald 

Homer Davenport 
Arch M. Skelton 
O. H. McCubbin 

B. L. Anderson 
Wm. C. Martin 

C. V. Little 
John M. Gallatin 

A. W. Noel 
John V. Goodson 
W. C. McFarland 
E. W. Snodgrass 

B. E. Bigger 
Lucien E. JNIay 
Chas. M. Abbett 
B. B. Guthrie 

W. G. Heidbreder 

E. L. Brigham 

S. J. Holloway 
V. Perkins 
R. W. Tener 
Milton J. Hull 
Enoch Bailey 
J. H. Mosby 
Lenore Sanders 
T. E. Broderick 
Homer M. Graff 
J. E. Smith 
Sam Hess 
Jefi" D. Gates 
Kinzea Cox 

M. D. Brown 



Missouri — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Missouri — Counties of 



County 



Co. Seat 



Putnam Unionville 

Ralls New London 

Randolph Iluntsville 

Ray Richmond 

Reynolds Centerville 

Ripley Doniphan 

St. Charles St. Charles 

St. Clair Osceola 

St. Genevieve. . . .St. Genevieve 

St. Francois Farmington 

St. Louis Clayton 

Saline Marshall 

Schuyler Lancaster 

Scotland Memphis 

Scott Benton 

Shannon Eminence 

Shelby Shelbyville 

Stoddard Bloomfield 

Stone Galena 

Sullivan Milan 

Taney Forsyth 

Texas Houston 

Vernon Nevada 

Warren Warrenton 

Washington Potosi 

Wayne Greenville 

Webster Marshfield 

Worth Grant City 

Wright Hartville 



Sheriff 

P. B. Gray 
Geo. Biggs 
W. A. TerriU 
Wilbur J. Perdue 
Chas. Reed 
Raymond Lewis 
J. C. Borgmeyer 
R. Homer Gerster 
L. J. Ziegler 
A. A. Bayles 
A. J. Frank 
G. F. Martin, Sr. 
Leo G. Bookout 
Paul E. Boise 
John Hobbs 
Freeman Powell 

E. P. Threlkeld 
Randal Evans 
I. H. Coin 

F. McClaskey 
W. H. Simmons 
H. F. Hubbard 
W. V. Stonum 
A. E. Vogt 
John W. White 
C. L. Rubottom 
Condo Evans 
Byron Kier 
James Baker 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Wayne Norman 
O. D. Newlon 
Marion Lamb 

B. W. Stanley 
P. N. Chitwood 

C. E. Williamson 
David A. Dyer 
John M. Belisle 
A. Y. Moeller 

R. A. Mcllrath 
M. R. Walsh 
Lamkin James 
F. E. Murrell 
A. L. Luther 
David E. Blanton 
J. Ben Searcy 
F. C. Bollow 
Henry Cain 
Frank Huffhins 
P. M. Marr 
Olin K. Wolf 
Duke Hiett 
H. A. Kelso 
A. Jurgensmeyer 
John A. Eversole 
Roy W. McGhee 
Ellsworth Haynes 
J. W. Willhite 
M. J. Huffman 



Prob.^tion Act. > 

J. T. Morgan 

W. O. Doyle 
Edwin F. Gates 
Paul H. Larkin 
J. H. Nunnelee 
W. F. Achelpohl 
J. A. Luchsinger 
Valle B. Ernst 
J. 0. Swink 
Ralph Smith 
T. H. Harvey 
Z. O'Briant, Jr. 

B. O. Reeves 
O. L. Spencer 
H. C. Meade 
H. P. Gaines 
H. C. Hyslop 
J. W. Ellis 

E. S. McNealey 
J. L. Morrow 

C. C. Tuttle 

W. T. McCaffree 

Samuel Richeson 
A. G. Templeton 
W. L. Burks 

E. L. Colton 



City Agencies 
Boonville (Cooper Co.) Pop. 6,435 

Chief of Police C. Dyer 

Assistant Chief CM. Johns 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Brookfield (Linn Co.) Pop. 6,428 

Chief of Police J. E. Carroll 

Assistant Chiefs Omar Ramsey 

Clyde Cassidy 

Municipal Attorney Charles K. Hart 

3 employees 

Cape Girardeau (Cape Girardeau Co.) 

Pop. 16,227 

Chief of Police Edgar W. Hirsch 

Assistant Chief J. M. Wilson 

Municipal Attorney B. Hugh Smith 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Carthage (Jasper Co.) Pop. 9,736 

Chief of Police John H. Tryon 

Assistant Chief C. E. Earle 

Municipal Attorney H. T. Teters 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 
^ Probation handled by judges of probate court. 



and Officials 

Chillicothe (Livingston Co.) Pop. 8,177 

Chief of Police Maurice Dorney 

Municipal Attorney Richard Ashby 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Clayton (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 9,613 

Chief of Police Charles J. Tacke 

Assistant Chief Otto Schnarr 

Municipal Attorney Glen Mohler 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Clinton (Henry Co.) Pop. 5,744 

City Marshal Flenry Westerman 

Municipal Attorney Walter E. Owens 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Columbia (Boone Co.) Pop. 14,967 

Chief of Police O. H. Pollock 

Assistant Chief Joseph W. Harris 

Municipal Attorney George Spencer 

Probation Officer George Starrett 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



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Cities — Missouri 



Missouri — Cities of 



De Soto (JefTerson Co.) 

Chief of Police Ray Williams 

Assistant Chief W. L. Hulsey 

Municipal Attorney H. Glenn Weber 

8 employees 

Fulton (Callaway Co.) 

City Marshal J. Ed. Ortcotter 

Assistant Marshal T. L. Edson 

Muncipal Attorney C. R. Boyd 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Hannibal (Marion Co.) 

Chief of Police .... 
Assistant Chief. . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Municipal Attorney . 



.Morris Shea 
.W. R. IMarks 
.Dorse Rost 
. W. R. Marks 
. E. T. Fuller 



18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Independence (Jackson Co.) Pop. 15,296 

Chief of Police D. O. Cato 

Assistant Chief H. F. Phillips 

Municipal Attorney Ellis Short, Jr. 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Jefferson City (Cole Co.) Pop. 21,596 

Chief of Police Harry B. Mackey 

Assistant Chief Ben Markway 

Head, Traffic Div William Tellman 

Head, Identif. Div Dave Jobe 

Head, Records Div Joe Schrader 

Municipal Attorney John Bond 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Joplin (Jasper Co.) Pop. 33,454 

Chief of Police Barney Walker 

Assistant Chief T. C. Bone 

Chief of Detectives Ed Portley 

Head, Records Div Mrs. Emma Tonnies 

Municipal Attorney Stanley P. Clay 

36 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Kansas City (Jackson Co.) Pop. 399,746 

Chief of Police Lear B. Reed 

Chief of Detectives Oscar E. Johnson 

Inspector of Police J. T. Oney 

Supt., Traffic-Safety Div..li. W. Johnson 
Supt., Police Training. . .Louis J. Smyth 
Supt., Tech. and Rec. Div. Thos. Kearney 

Municipal Attorney Sam C. Blair 

Probation Officer Robert Phelan 

656 employees; 104 patrol cars; 26 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 



Pop. 5,069 Kirksville (Adair Co.) Pop. 8,293 

Cliief of Police Leonard Crow 

Assistant Chief Dave Barclay 

Head, Traffic Div Corda Siegmund 

Municipal Attorney Roland A. Ziegel 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Pop. 6,105 Kirkwood (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 9,169 

Chief of Police Frank G. Weiss 

Assistant Chiefs Fred Jameson 

Ora Dean 

Head, Traffic Div G. D. Schroeder 

Municipal Attorney J. C. Hoester, Jr. 

Pop. 22,761 Probation Officer. .'. Mrs. H. Schroeder 

10 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Maplewood (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 12,657 

Chief of Police James C. Ryan 

Municipal Attorney Charles Altenbernd 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Marshall (Saline Co.) Pop. 8,103 

Chief of Police Eugene T. Durrett 

Assistant Chief Alfred LaRue 

Municipal Attorney Robert L. Hoy 

5 employees; 5 patrol cars 

Maryville (Nodaway Co.) Pop. 5,217 

Chief of Police O. A. Petty 

Assistant Chief J. J. Rayhill 

Municipal Attorney George P. Wright 

Probation Officer John McDougal 

6 employees 

Mexico (Audrain Co.) Pop. 8,290 

Chief of Police R. W. Baker 

Municipal Attorney Frank Edwards 

6 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol wagon 

Moberly (Randolph Co.) Pop. 13,772 

Chief of Police Joe Klugmann 

Assistant Chief J- P- Mize 

Municipal Attorney Sam Semple 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Nevada (Vernon Co.) Pop. 7,448 

Chief of Police Wm. Ade Tow 

Assistant Chief Elford Webb 

Municipal Attorney C. E. Litson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Poplar Bluff (Butler Co.) Pop. 7,551 

Chief of Police Earl Porter 

Assistant Chief Eli Sliger 

Head, Traffic Div Columbus Clark 

Municipal Attorney John S. Phillips 

10 employees; 3 patrol cars 



109 



Montana — State 



THE POLICE 



Missouri — Cities of 



Richmond Heights (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 9,150 

Chief of Police Thomas H. Brown 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .John J. Degnan 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

St. Charles (St. Charles Co.) Pop. 10,491 

Chief of Police Arthur C. Smith 

Assistant Chief John Griffm 

Head, Traffic Div Anthony Rufkahr 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph Mueller 

Municipal Attorney Claude S. Tuttle 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

St. Joseph (Buchanan Co.) Pop. 80,935 

Chief of Police J. E. Kelley 

Chief of Detectives J- T. Duncan 

Head, Records Div B. T. Andrews 

100 employees; 12 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

St. Louis (Independent City) Pop. 821,960 

Chief of Police John H. Glassco 

Assistant Chief Andrew T. Aylward 

Chief of Detectives John J. Carroll 

Juvenile Officer Frank X. Reller 

Head, Policewomen Bernard F. WiUe 

Head, Traffic Div James J. Mitchell 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Nick Bosch, Jr. 

Head, Identif. Div Fred Egenriether 

Head, Records Div John F. Beccard 

Prosecuting Attorney. . . .James P. Finnegan 

Parole Officer Emmett Canty 

2,314 employees; 221 patrol cars; 91 
motorcycles; 18 patrol wagons 

Sedalia (Pettis Co.) Pop. 20,806 

Chief of Police John J. O'Brien 

Assistant Chief Harrison Anderson 

Municipal Attorney J. Z. Montgomery 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Sikeston (Scott Co.) Pop. 5,676 

Chief of Police Walter Kendall 

Assistant Chief W. O. Ellis 

Municipal Attorney Robt. A. Dempster 

3 employees 



Springfield (Greene Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives 

Head, Policewomen .... 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

63 employees; 4 patrol 
1 patrol wagon; 1 safety 



Pop. 57,527 
Paul A. Frey 
R. N. Wommack 
Mrs. Avis VanDorn 
James C. Hale 
A. C. Boehm 
S. W. McLaughlin 
John F. Barr 
cars; 3 motorcycles; 
car 



Trenton (Grundy Co.) Pop. 6,992 

Chief of Police D. H. Seaman 

Municipal Attorney Harry J. Fair 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

University City (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 25,809 

Chief of Police George F. Ward 

Municipal Attorney Marvin Boisseau 

41 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Warrensburg (Johnson Co.) Pop. 5,146 

City Marshal Francis Berkey 

Assistant Marshal E. B. Shanks 

Municipal Attorney J. R. Garrison 

2 employees; 1 patrol car 

Washington (Franklin Co.) Pop. 5,918 

Chief of Police Joseph Inter 

Municipal Attorney Herbert Krog 

4 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Webb City (Jasper Co.) Pop. 6,876 

Chief of Police A. J. Bishir 

Assistant Chief George Hawkins 

Municipal Attorney Woodson Oldham 

4 employees 

Webster Groves (St. Louis Co.) Pop. 16,487 

Chief of Police Andrew McDonnell 

Assistant Chief Patrick M. Whelan 

Head, Traffic Div William Smith 

Head, Identif. Div A. A. Quanta . 

Municipal Attorney John A. Nolan 

Probation Officer John H. Kniest 

22 employees; 7 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Montana 

State Capital: Helena 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Roy E. Ayers (Helena) 

Attorney General Harrison J. Freebourn (Helena) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman J. A. Putnam (Hardin) 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties — Montana 



Montana — State of 

Montana Highway Patrol (Helena) 

Supervisor L. C. Bocdecker 

Assistant Supervisor John Flanagan 

66 employees; 67 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles 

Bureau or Criminal Identification (State Prison, Deer Lodge) 
Supervisor T. R. Bergstrom 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Deer Lodge) T. R. Bergstrom, Warden 

State Industrial School for Boys (Miles City) A. C. Dorr, Warden 

Vocational School for Girls (Helena) Mrs. Harriet Adams, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Helena) Lee M. Ford, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.ation Agt.i 

Beaverhead Dillon Paul H. Temple L. A. Schulz ^ 

Big Horn Hardin Henry Ulrich B. W. Kronmiller {See Yellowstone 

Co.) 

Blaine Chinook C. B. Reser D. J. Sias (See Hill Co.) 

Broadwater Townsend N. C. Bruce Frank T. Hooks {See Lewis &' 

Clark Co.) 

Carbon Red Lodge J. R. McFate C. A. Johnson {See Yelloivstone 

Co.) 

Carter Ekalaka J. B. Armstrong Gordon O. Berg {See Custer Co.) 

Cascade Great Falls Guy Palagi P. G. Greenan Geo. P. Spartz 

Chouteau Fort Benton Oscar Marty J. W. Lynch {See Cascade Co.) 

Custer Miles City C.M.Allen I. W. Choate Sheriff 

Daniels Scobey A.E.Nelson D. N. Nyquist ^ 

Dawson Glendive Martin Kalberg F. S. P. Foss ^ 

Deer Lodge Anaconda B. L. Larsen W. P. Halloran John M. Saycich 

Fallon Baker Jas. Kochel Al Hansen {See Ctister Co.) 

Fergus Lewiston Guy Tollock J. E. McKenna Sheriff 

Flathead Kalispell C. A. Robinson D. G. Rognlien M. R. Wood 

Gallatin Bozeman L. I. Westlake H. B. Landoe Claude H. Isbell 

Garfield Jordan J. B. Phelps R. C. Purcell {See Custer Co.) 

Glacier Cut Bank A. E. Armstrong H. W. Judson ^ 

Golden Valley. . .Ryegate E. J. Dolve Nat Allen ^ 

Granite Philipsburg A. A. McDonald E.W.Kent {See Deer Lodge Co.) 

Hill Havre R. C. Timmons Oscar C. Hauge Geo. W. Johnson 

Jefferson Boulder J.H.Williams J. F. McGough ^ 

Judith Basin. . . .Stanford Fred B. Reed H. O. Vralsted {See Fergus Co.) 

Lake Poison Jas. L. Taulbee R. H. Wiedman {See Missoula Co.) 

Lewis & Clark ... Helena B. D. O'Connell H.K.Anderson Frank Thefault 

Liberty Chester Dodds Keith A. G. Harvey {See Hill Co.) 

Lincoln Libby Frank R. Baney Thos. D. Long {See Flathead Co.) 

McCone Circle Henry Beason H. A. Hoover ^ 

Madison Virginia City Lloyd W. Brook John M. Comfort ^ 

Meagher White Sulphur Mike Bergan Jas. H. Higgins ^ 

Springs 

Mineral Superior Roy Charette W. T. Murphy {See Missoula Co.) 

Missoula Missoula J. F. Shoblom E. T. Dussault Mrs. Jane Bailey 

Musselshell Roundup Jess R. Burns F. V. Watts - 

^ Juvenile. Adults released on probation are under control of the State Parole Board. (See State 
listing). 

^ The state bureau of child protection gives service to courts in districts with no probation oflBcers. 

Ill 



Montana — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Montana — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Park Livingston 

Petroleum Winnett 

Phillips Malta 

Pondera Conrad 

Powder River. . . . Broadus 
Powell Deer Lodge 

Prairie Terry 

Ravalli Hamilton 

Richland Sidney 

Roosevelt Wolf Point 

Rosebud Forsyth 

Sanders Thompson Falls 

Sheridan Plentywood 

Silver Bow Butte 

Stillwater Columbus 

Sweet Grass Big Timber 

Teton Choteau 

Toole Shelby 

Treasure Hysham 

Valley Glasgow 

Wheatland Harlowton 

Wibaux Wibaux 

Yellowstone Billings 



Sheriff 

T. M. Darroch 
Otto Moore 
R. L. Campbell 

D. S. Walker 
Claude Anderson 
F. H. Valiton 

Richard P. Lane 
James Oliva 
S. W. Childers 
Henry P. Lowe 
Geo. E. Burns 
Phil Johnston 
Hans P. Madsen 
Al McLeod 
Frank Murphy 

R. C. Jarrett 
J. L. BiUings 
C. B. Alsup 
Phil Isaac 

E. L. McPherson 
A. A. Mendenhall 
Eli Swartz 

Dan Stephenson 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

E. E. Ammerman 
N. Langshausen 
Fred C. Gabriel 
H. H. Hullinger 
L. J. Onstad 

M. J. MacCormick 

W. R. Flachsenhar 
Clyde Hayden 
J. M. Lexcen 

F. M. Catlin 
T. W. Carolan 
Harold Dean 

A. C. Erickson 
W. E. Coyle 
P. R. Heily 

E. 0. Overland 

B. L Packer 

C. B. Aronow 
E. E. Fenton 

T. H. Marron 
N. R. Barncord 
S. G. Manning 
Geo. S. Smith 



Probation Act.' 

{See Gallatin Co.) 
{See Fergus Co.) 



{See Custer Co.) 
{See Deer Lodge 

Co.) 
{See Custer Co.) 
{See Missoula Co.) 



{See Custer Co.) 
{See Missoula Co.) 

2 

E. E. Crnich 

{See Yellowstone 

Co.) 
{See Gallatin Co.) 



{See Yelloivslone 
Co.) 



Ed O'Donnell 



City Agencies and Officials 



Anaconda (Deer Lodge Co.) Pop. 12,494 

Chief of Police M. P. Mahoney 

Assistant Chief Stephen J. Percin 

Chief Inspector Walter J. Derzay 

Head, Traffic Div Roy HjelmvoU 

Head, Idcntif. Div Thomas J. Donovan 

Municipal Attorney William R. Taylor 

Probation Officer John Sajcich 

9 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Billings (Yellowstone Co.) Pop. 16,380 

Chief of Police V. A. Lechner 

Assistant Chief C. A. Heagney 

Head, Idcntif. Div G. B. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Melvin Hoiness 

17 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Bozeman (Gallatin Co.) Pop. 6,8vS5 

Chief of Police R. C. Embry 

Captain of Police A. E. Anderson 

Municipal' Attorney Walter Aitken 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Butte (Silver Bow Co.) Pop. 39,532 

Chief of Police WiUiam H. Breen 

^ Juvenile. Adults released on probation are under control of the State Parole Board 
listing). 

2 The state bureau of child protection gives service to courts in districts with no probation ofiicers 

112 



Assistant Chief Jack Duggan 

Head, Identif. Div James E. Mooney 

Municipal Attorney Floyd C. Fluent 

28 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Great Falls (Cascade Co.) Pop. 28,822 

Chief of Police Harold M. Mady 

Captain of Police A. L. Anderson 

Chief of Detectives F. Clarke Grady 

Head, 'identif. Div Walker B. Carroll 

Head, Traffic Div Arthur Goings 

Juvenile Officer Deane Bailey 

Municipal Attorney Paul W. Murphy 

31 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Havre (Hill Co.) Pop. 6,372 

Chief of Police Leon E. Davidson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Helena (Lewis and Clark Co.) Pop. 11,803 

Chief of Police Roger D. Smith 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Mahan 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

(See State 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



State and Counties — Nebraska 



Montana — Cities of 



Kalispell (Flathead Co.) Pop. 6,094 

Chief of Police Levi Gaustad 

Assistant Chief Fred Striker 

Municipal Attorney C. S. Baldwin 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Lewistown (Fergus Co.) Pop. 5,358 

Chief of Police A. C. McKnight 

Assistant Chief J. W. Goodrich 

Municipal Attorney Ray Dockery 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Livingston (Park Co.) Pop. 6,391 

Chief of Police Frank M. Olson 

Assistant Chief Wendle S. Murphy 



Municipal Attorney D. B. Fitzgerald 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Miles City (Custer Co.) Pop. 7,175 

Chief of Police Joseph Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney D. L. O'Hern 

Probation Officer Thomas Gibb 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Missoula (Missoula Co.) Pop. 14,657 

Chief of Police Harry M. Smith 

Flead, Identif. Div F. L. Matteson 

Municipal Attorney Fred W. Schilling 

Probation Officer Jane Bailey 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Nebraska 

State Capital: Lincoln 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Robert L. Cochran (Lincoln) 

Attorney General W. R. Johnson (Lincoln) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman J- A. McEachen (Lincoln) 

Department of Roads and Irrigation (Lincoln) 

Director of Motor Vehicles A. C. Tilley 

Assistant Director of Motor Vehicles R. F. Weller 

DIVISION of highway SAFETY AND PATROL 

State Sheriff William F. Flake 

Captain R. T. Schrein 

50 employees; 38 patrol cars; 12 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Lincoln) Jos. O'Grady, Warden 

Reformatory for Men (Lincoln) H. W. Jespersen, Warden 

Reformatory for Women (York) Mrs. H. B. Bowley, Supt. 

Industrial School for Boys (Kearney) J. F. Gettman, Supt. 

Training School for Girls (Geneva) Mrs. B. M. Clouse, Siipt. 

State Parole Board (Lincoln) Gov. R. L. Cochran, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Lincoln) M. F. Kracher 



County Agencies and Officials 



County 



Co. Seat 



Adams Hastings 

Antelope Neligh 

Arthur Arthur 

Banner Harrisburg 

Blaine Brewster 

Boone Albion 

Box Butte AUiance 

Boyd Butte 



Sheriff 

W. B. Wood 
H. A. Peterson 
E. E. Barnt 
J. G. Shaul 
Fred Wegener 
L. I. Smoyer 
Dan O. Hoppes 
Wiley S. Barnes 

113 



Co, Pros. Atty. 

Edmund Nuss 
E. Butterfield 
M. B. Reynolds 
O. C. Wisdom 
C. G. Humphrey 
William Keeshan 
Leo M. Bayer 
W. L. Brennan 



Probation Act. 

E. Lindgren 
W. C. Finicle 

F. M. Hayes 
Godfrey Johnson 
F. Schipperiet 
L. I. Smoyer 
Mrs. L. Highland 
Sheriff 



Nebraska — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Nebraska — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Brown Ainsworth 

Buffalo Kearney 

Burt Tekamah 

Butler David City 

Cass Plattsmouth 

Cedar Hartington 

Chase Imperial 

Cherry Valentine 

Cheyenne Sidney 

Clay Clay Center 

Colfax Schuyler 

Cuming Westpoint 

Custer Broken Bow 

Dakota Dakota City 

Dawes Chadron 

Dawson Lexington 

Deuel Chappell 

Dixon Ponca 

Dodge Fremont 

Douglas Omaha 

Dundy Benkelman 

Fillmore Geneva 

Franklin Franklin 

Frontier Stackville 

Furnas Beaver City 

Gage Beatrice 

Garden Oshkosh 

Garfield Burwell 

Gosper Elwood 

Grant Hyannis 

Greeley Greeley 

Hall Grand Island 

Hamilton Aurora 

Harlan Alma 

Hayes Hayes Center 

Hitchcock Trenton 

Holt O'Neill 

Hooker Mullen 

Howard St. Paul 

Jefferson Fairbury 

Johnson Tecumseh 

Kearney Minden 

Keith Ogallala 

Keyapaha Springview 

Kimball Kimball 

Knox Center 

Lancaster Lincoln 

Lincoln North Platte 

Logan Stapleton 

Loup .... - Taylor 

McPherson Tryon 

Madison Madison 

Merrick Central City 

Morrill Bridgeport 

Nance Fullerton 

Nemaha Auburn 

Nuckolls Nelson 

Otoe Nebraska City 



Sheriff 

Ira M. Reed 
George Sear 
L. G. Phipps 
C. G. Machurak 
Joe Mrasek 
Lindsey Case 
Glen E. Case 
Otho Kime 
W. W. Schulz 
John J. Harr 
Ernest DeBower 
Chas. H. Sass 
Glen Fox 
Frank Matz 
C. W. Spearman 
Paul Whaley 
John M. Martens 
Sam Curry 
J. J. Gallagher 
Wm. Dorrance 
Glenard Phelps 
F. J. Steinacher 
Lloyd Davisson 
N. W. Swanson 
H. H. Rennecker 
Ben Goble 
Geo. Ridenour 
Raymond Johnson 
R. L. Bragg 
C. W. Thurston 
Thos. J. Murphy 
Dan Sanders 
Jack Andrews 
J. Z. Feese 
Floyd Beezley 
Lynn Campbell 
Peter W. Duffy 
H. R. Ridenour 

C. A. Jacobsen 

D. B. Young 
Edgar Mahoney 
Owen Daily 
Fred G. Taylor 
R. McCracken 

C. A. Forsling 
Norman Burns 
Jas. W. Davis 
A. J. Salisbury 
Lester Bay 
Geo. Brock 
W. E. Neal 

A. S. Henry 

D. E. Crites 
A. M. Webb 
A. R. Johnson 
Troy Evans 
Jim Walden 
Carl Ryder 

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Co. Pros. Atty. 

W. C. Smith, Jr. 
Oscar A. Prake 
Keith Hopewell 
Ray L. Sabata 
Walter H. Smith 
P. A. Robinson 
Chas. R. Shopp 
W. B. Quigley 
R. P. Kepler 
J. E. Sullivan 
Ed Asche 

C. Beckenhauer 
Ivan D. Evans 
M. R. Smith 

R. R. Wellington 
Elbert Smith 
R. L. Smith 
John E. Newton 
Wm. H. Lamme 

D. E. Owens 
J. T. English 
J. C. Gewacke 
G. P. Spence 
F. B. Morrison 
Edwin Simon 

A. J. Van Borkum 

E. E. Richards 
W. F. Manasil 
T. R. Frogge 

E. Gudmundsen 
T. J. Howard 
Louis A. Holmes 
Dallas S. Gibson 
John Starr 

C. E. Peterson 
H. L. Lehman 
Julius D. Cronin 
A. G. Humphrey 
C. Shaughnessy 
Frank M. Rain 
R. B. Morrissey 

F. M. Lundberg 
Zelma Derry 

T. G. Weddel 
L. V. Halcomb 
W. K. Peterson 
Max G. Towle 
S. S. Diedrichs 
W. E. Hill 

A. F. Alder 

J. A. McGraw 
Andrew Mapes 
Donald Sampson 

B. R. Coulter 

G. F. Rose 

J. P. McKnight 
H. A. Brubaker 
Edwin Moran 



Probation Act. 

None 
None 

B. C. Enyart 
Sheriff 

Lottie Rosencrans 

Mrs. A. Olson 

Carl W. Anderson 

None 

W. W. Schultz 

Ralph Spencer 

None 

Charles Sass 

None 

Frank Matz 

Ruth Cockrel 

Henry E. Ash 

A. Peterson 

Sam Curry 

None 

Marian Gibson 

W. F. Wood 

Dr. E. W. Day 

Lloyd Davisson 

A. J. Mecham 

H. H. Rennecker 

E. E. Powell 
None 
None 
None 

C. W. Kraemer 
Sheriff 

Fred Griffin 

None 

J. Z. Fuse 

None 

None 

Peter W. Duffy 

County Judge 

Sheriff 

Evalyn IMarietta 

Marion Weber 

Sherift" 

Fred G. Taylor 

Mrs. P. Stephens 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 

Mrs. W. IMorning 

Sheriff 

F. J. Kirsch 
Mollv Britton 
Sheriff 
None 
Sheriff 

H. D. McWilliams 

None 

E. J. Rapp 

Mae Stoutimore 

IMary Edmonds 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Nebraska 



Nebraska — Counties of 



County 



Co. Seat 



Sheriff 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Pawnee Pawnee City 

Perkins Grant 

Phelps Holdredge 

Pierce Pierce 

Platte Columbus 

Polk Osceola 

Redwillow McCook 

Richardson Falls City 

Rock Bassett 

Saline Wilber 

Sarpy Papillion 

Saunders Wahoo 

Scotts Bluff Gering 

Seward Seward 

Sheridan Rushville 

Sherman Loup City 

Sioux Harrison 

Stanton Stanton 

Thayer Heborn 

Thomas Thedford 

Thurston Pender 

Valley Ord 

Washington Blair 

Wayne Wayne 

Webster Red Cloud 

Wheeler Bartlett 

York York 



M. J. Donahue A. E. Henry 

H. Bechtel W. C. Conover 

G. Royal Hanson A. W. Storms 

G. E. Dean E. D. Beech 

Herbert Person Arthur Kummer 

Gunnard Peterson P. B. Campbell 

Emmet Prosper C. E. McCarl 

I. F. Gates J. H. Wiltse 

Leonard Swanson S. C. Ely 

F. A. Shimerda Emil J. Eret 

Harry Mundell Guy E. Tate 

L. D. Mengel W. T. Gleason 
Mahlon C. MorganFrank Glebe 

D. J. Dohrman E. A. Jones 



Leslie Green 
Earl S. Hancock 
Harold Skavdahl 
Ray Whalen 
B. Cofi'endaffer 
Dee Hester 
Ray Elliott 
George Round 



E. W. Hollstein 
W. H. Line 

W. E. Mumby 

F. H. Pollock 
W. O. Baldwin 
F. A. Desjardien 
A. D. Raun 
Alvin B. Lee 



Wm. D. McDonald Grace Ballard 
Jas. H. Pile Burr R. Davis 

Clyde Smith W. A. Letson 

M. V. Mignery Arthur Auserod 
Lyle Brock M. M. Grosshans 

City Agencies and Officials 



Probation Act. 

None 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 

None 

Mrs. E. Johnson 

None 

None 

Jas. E. Leyda 

None 

None 

None 

None 

C. A. Emery 

None 

Frank Sweeney 

None 

None 

None 

None 

None 

Mark J. Ryan 

Mrs. D. Lewis 

J. A. Carrigan 

IMrs. E. Thompson 

I. W. CroweU 

Sheriff 

Sheriff 



Alliance (Box Butte Co.) Pop. 6,669 

Chief of Police A. A. Laing 

Municipal Attorney William H. Hein 

Probation Officer Mrs. L. Highland 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Beatrice (Gage Co.) Pop. 10,297 

Chief of Police Paul Acton 

Municipal Attorney Harold Mattoon 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Columbus (Platte Co.) Pop. 6,898 

Chief of Police Ed. J. NickoHte 

Night Chief J. J. Smagacz 

8 employees 

Fairbury (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 6,192 

Chief of Police Joe Cook 

Assistant Chief Lewis Holloway 

Municipal Attorney A. J. Denney 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Falls City (Richardson Co.) Pop. 5,787 

Chief of Police Ed Rice 

Municipal Attorneys Boone & Boone 

Fremont (Dodge Co.) Pop. 11,407 

Chief of Police Ed Ranslem 



Municipal Attorney Richard Winkelman 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Grand Island (Hall Co.) Pop. 18,041 

Chief of Police N. D. Zachry 

Assistant Chief L. G. Mentzer 

Head. Idcntif. Div S. C. Miller 

Municipal Attorney Paul C. Holmberg 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Hastings (Adams Co.) Pop. 15,490 

Chief of Police J. Floyd Arnold 

Municipal Attorney James Conway 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Kearney (Buffalo Co.) Pop. 8,575 

Chief of Police Lloyd L. Frank 

Municipal Attorney Joe C. Tye 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lincoln (Lancaster Co.) Pop. 75,933 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Cobe S. \'enner 

Chief of Police Walter Anderson 

Chief of Detectives E. H. Masters 

Head, Traffic Div R. 0. Bennett 

Head, Identif. Div Everett Rudisil 

Municipal Attorney Clarence J. Miles 

77 employees; 8 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 



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Nevada — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Nebraska — Cities of 



McCook (Redwillow Co.) Pop. 6,688 

Chief of Police Wesley T. Butcher 

Municipal Attorney Wendell Cheney 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Nebraska City (Otoe Co.) Pop. 7,230 

Act'g Chief of Police . . . .William J. Gunn 

Municipal Attorney V. E. Tyler 

Probation Officer M. W. Niehart 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Norfolk (Madison Co.) Pop. 10,717 

Chief of Police E. N. Anderson 

Captain of Police I. W. Klug 

Head, Identif. Div S. F. Hansen 

Municipal Attorney George Dittrick 

11 employees; 3 patrol cars 

North Platte (Lincoln Co.) Pop. 12,061 

Chief of Police Walter R. Roberts 

Captain of Police Barney Discoe 

Municipal Attorney Wm. D. Deakins, Jr. 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Pop. 214,006 



Omaha (Douglas Co.) 
Siipt. of Police and Public 

Safety Richard W. Jepsen 

Chief of Police J. J. Pszanowski 

Assistant Chief ^ Robert ¥. Munch 

Chief of Detectives Fred Franks 

Chief of Patrol Div Paul E. Haze 

Head, Crime Preven Fred Franks 

Head, Traffic Div Frank E. Haley 

Head, Identif. Div John D. Dennison 

Municipal Attorney Louis T. Carnazzo 

274 employees; 27 patrol cars; 21 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 3 ambulances 

Scottsbluff (Scotts Bluff Co.) Pop. 8,465 

Chief of Police Earl Livengood 

Assistant Chief James A. Hedge 

Municipal Attorney Straight Townsend 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

York (York Co.) 

Chief of Police Milo Owen 

Municipal Attorney Calvin Webster 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Pop. 5,712 



Nevada 

State Capital: Carson City 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor E. P. 

Attorney General Gray 

State Liquor Tax Supervisor H. E. 

Nevada State Highway Patrol (State Prison, 

Acting Chief 

Inspector 

8 employees; 6 patrol cars 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies 

State Prison (Carson City) W. L 

School of Industry (Elko) Fred 

State Parole Board (Carson City) Gov. 

County Agencies and Officials 



Carville (Carson City) 
Mashburn (Carson City) 
Hazard (Carson City) 

Carson City) 

William L. Lewis 

G. L. Gottschalk 



and Institutions 

. Lewis, Warden 
Snyder, Wardeti 
E. P. Carville, Chairman 



County Co. Seat 

Churchill.: Fallon 

Clark Las Vegas 

Douglas Minden 

Elko Elko 

Esmeraldo Goldfield 

Eureka Eureka 

Humboldt Winnemucca 

^ Juvenile only; no adult probation. 



Sheriff 

Ralph J. Vannoy 
M. E. Ward 
W. D. Park 
C. A. Harper 
W. D. Howard 
Stanley Fine 
Erling Prout 

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Co. Pros. Atty. 

E. E. Winters 
Roland Wiley 
Grover L. Krick 
C. B. Tapscott 
Geo. W. Tobin 
W. R. Reynolds 
M. H. Brown 



Probation Act. ' 



J. F. Cahlan 



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State and Counties — New Hampshire 



Nevada — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Lander Austin 

Lincoln Pioche 

Lyon Yerington 

Mineral Hawthorne 

Nye Tonopah 

Ormsby Carson City 

Pershing Lovelock 

Storey Virginia City 

Washoe Reno 

White Pine Ely 



James F. Moore 
R. L. Memmott 
M. R. Penrose 
Lloyd Wilson 
W. H. Thomas 
W. H. Austin 
C. A. Chapman 
David Elkin 
Ray J. Root 
J. E. Orrock 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

H. E. Browne 

Julian Thruston 
R. R. Hanna 
M. G. Evansen 
Lowell Daniels 
Edw. Ducker, Jr. 
Stanford Bunce 
Donnell Richards 
Ernest Brown 
John Bonner 



Probation Act. 



C. S. Nichols 
A. E. Thomas 



City Agencies and Officials 



Las Vegas (Clark Co.) Pop. 5,165 

Chief of Police Frank Wait 

Assistant Chief Harry E. Miller 

Municipal Attorney Harry Austin 

Probation Officer John F. Cahlan 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Reno (Washoe Co.) Pop. 18,529 

Chief of Police Andy Welliver 

Assistant Chief B. R. Addenbrooke 

Head, Identif. Div Richard Heap 

Municipal Attorney Douglas A. Busey 

34 employees; 6 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



New Hampshire 

State Capital: Concord 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Francis P. Murphy (Concord) 

Attorney General Thos. P. Cheney (Laconia) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman W. A. Jackson (Concord) 

New Hampshire State Police (State House, Concord) 

Superintendent George A. Colbath 

Deputy Superintendent R. W. Caswell 

Captain, Executive Officer Vacancy 

Supt., Criminal Investig. and Identif. Div R. W. Caswell 

59 employees; 42 patrol cars; 19 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Concord) Chas. B. Clarke, Warden 

Industrial School (Manchester) A. B. Morganstern, Supt. 

State School (Concord) Chas. B. Clarke, Supt. 

State Hospital, Criminal Insane (Concord) Dr. C. H. Dollof, Supt. 

State Parole Board ^ 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Agt. 

Belknap Laconia F. D. Elliott H. E. Wescott Philip Caswell 

Carroll Ossipee James Welch Burnham B. Davis Philip Caswell 

Cheshire Keene F. J. Bennett John R. Goodnow Francis C. Regan 

Coos Lancaster Lester E. Moses F. M. LaForce Herbert Schnare 

1 Juvenile only; no adult probation. 

2 Board of Trustees of Penal Institutions makes recommendations for paroles which are passed upoii 
by the Governor and Council. 

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New Hampshire — Cities 



THE POLICE 



New Hampshire — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Siif.riff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Act. 

Grafton Woodsville Carl Davis H. Sturtevant Herbert Schnare 

Hillsborough f Manchester! Richard O'Dowd J. \ . Broderick Francis C. Regan 

{Nashua J 

Merrimack Concord Geo. A. Wooster Raymond Perkins J. B. Halligan 

Rockingham Exeter Simes Frink Stephen Wheeler Philip Caswell 

Strafford Dover Clyde R. Cotton John F. Beamis Philip Caswell 

Sullivan Newport Emery B. Monta John H. Leahy J. B. Halligan 



City Agencies and Officials 



Berlin (Coos Co.) Pop. 20,018 

Cily Marshal Walter J. Hynes 

Assistant Marshals Herman Oleson 

Geo. Ouellette 

Municipal Attorney A. J. Bergeron 

Probation Officer Ira W. Thayer 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Claremont (Sullivan Co.) Pop. 12,377 

Chief of Police W^illiam C. Nobbs 

Probation Officer M. F. Colby 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Concord (Merrimack Co.) Pop. 25,228 

Chief of Police Victor I. Moore 

Assistant Chief J. Edward Silva 

Head, Identif. Div J. Edward Silva 

Municipal Attorney Gordon S. Lord 

Probation Officer Lawrence Colby 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Derry (Rockingham Co.) Pop. 5,131 

Chief of Police Augustus Butman 

3 employees 

Dover (Strafford Co.) Pop. 13,573 

City Marshal A. H. McDaniel 

Assistant Marshal John J. Murphy 

Municipal Attorney Albert P. Sherry 

Probation Officer William H. Ricker 

17 employees; 1 patrol car 

Franklin (Merrimack Co.) Pop. 6,576 

Chief of Police John D. Dodge 

Municipal Attorney Eugene Leach 

Probation Officer Jean M. Shaw 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Keene (Cheshire Co.) Pop. 13,794 

Chief of Police Robert E. Tucker 

Municipal Attorney Walker S. Kimball 

Probation Officer Charles Dresser 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Laconia (Belknap Co.) Pop. 12,471 

Chief of Police George N. Hubbard 



Assistant Chief C. E. Dunleavey 

Municipal Attorney Robt. V. Johnson 

Probation Officer Arthur Nighswander 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lebanon (Grafton Co.) Pop. 7,073 

Chief of Police Clarence Wright 

Probation Officer R. B. Jacobs 

5 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 ambulance 

Manchester (Hillsborough Co.) Pop. 76,834 

Chief of Police James F. O'Neil 

Captain of Police Walter D. Guiney 

Head, Traffic Div Patrick J. Foley 

Municipal Attorney William H. Craig 

Probation Officer Jos. McCormack 

118 employees; 9 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 1 ambulance 

Nashua (Hillsborough Co.) Pop. 31,463 

Chief of Police Ralph A. Stearns 

Assistant Chief Geo. H. Campbell 

Chief of Detectives John A. Webster 

Chief of Patrol Div Fabian Mayo 

Head, Identif. Div Ralph A. Stearns 

Municipal Attorney Edward J. Lampron 

Probation Officer M. W. Fitzpatrick 

34 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Portsmouth (Rockingham Co.) Pop. 14,495 

City Marshal Leonard H. Hewitt 

Assistant Marshal Frank M. Demars 

Head, Identif. Div Neil C. Bierce 

Municipal Attorney Leo Liberson 

Probation Officer R. McDonough 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Rochester (Strafford Co.) Pop. 10,209 

Act'g City Marshal Wilfred O. Grenier 

Municipal Attorney Leonard Harwick 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Somersworth (Strafford Co.) Pop. 5,680 

City Marshal Ha>nvard C. Logan 

Assistant Marshal Charles Parsons 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. McGreal 

Probation Officer Frank E. Kinsman 

5 employees 



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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



State and Counties — New Jersey 



New Jersey 

State Capital: Trenton 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor A. Harry Moore (Trenton) 

Attorney General David T. Wilentz (Trenton) 

Commissioner, Dept. of Alcoholic Bev. Control D. Frederick Burnett (Newark) 

New Jersey State Police (162 West State St., Trenton) 

Superintendent Mark O. Kimberling 

Deputy Superintendent Chas. H. Schoeffel 

Captain, Troop A (Hammonton) W. J. Carter 

Captain, Troop B (Morristown) Wm. 0. Nicol 

Captain, Troop C (West Trenton) J. J. Lamb 

Captain, Bur. of Identif. and Cr. Det. Lab R. A. Snook 

Captain, Detective Bur H. F. Wooge 

Lieutenant, Traffic Bur D- J- Dunn 

374 employees; 102 patrol cars; 55 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Trenton) R. W. Lagay, Prin. Keeper 

State Reformatory (Rahway) W. E. Kulp, Supt. 

Annandale Reformatory (Annandale) Sydney Souter, Supt. 

State Home for Boys ( Jamesburg) Fred Fitch, Supt. 

State Reformatory for Women (Clinton) Edna Mahan, Supt. 

State Home for Girls (Trenton) Mrs. Kate Johnson, Supt. 

Chief Parole Officer (Trenton) John Colt 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Atlantic Mays Landing A. H. Johnson Jos. Altman 

Bergen Hackensack Ben Dansen, Jr. J. J. Breslin 

Burlington Mt. Holly F. G. Furth Howard Eastwood 

Camden Camden F. B. Luker S.P.Orlando 

Cape May Cape May W. B. Powell F. B. Loveland 

Cumberland Bridgeton W. P. Riggin T. G. Tuso 

Essex Newark Henry Young, Jr. W. A. Wachenfeld 

Gloucester Woodbury Harry A. Black Lynwood Lord 

Hudson Jersey City Eugene Ertle D. T. O'Regan 

Hunterdon Flemington S. C. Hall C. L. Fisher 

Mercer Trenton H. E. Hartman A. J. Duch 

Middlesex New Brunswick J. C. Engel C. M. Morris 

Monmouth Freehold M. J. Woodring T. R. Bazley 

Morris Morristown H. R. Sperling W. A. Hegarty 

Ocean Toms River S. B. Mathis Leo Robbins 

Passaic Paterson J. A. Gavin A. C. Dunn 

Salem Salem Peter B. Hoff W. A. W. Grier 

Somerset Somerville Thos. C. Vail C. A. Cranmer 

Sussex Newton D. J. Quick C. T. Downing 

Union Elizabeth A. C. Campbell A. J. David 

Warren Belvidere E. T. Reilly C. E. Cook 

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Probation Act. 

W. p. Crook 
C. M. Stephens 
Edna Perry 
C. J. Schemeley 
None 

Bart Gumpert 
J. P. Murphy 
W. Downer, Jr. 
Adolph Kern 
None 

A. N. Morrison 
C. MacWilliam 
J. L. Montgomery 
R. L. Murphy 
Mrs. E. Chafev 
G. P. Westerhoff 
R. K. Greenwood 
L. A. Bellis 
C. B. Fisher 
Mae V. Lynch 
J. A. Tirrell 



New Jersey — Cities 



THE POLICE 



City Agencies and Officials 



Asbury Park (Monmouth Co.) Pop. 14,981 
Dir. of Public Safety .... Harry Harsin 



Captain of Police 
Captain of Detectives 
Head, Id'cntiJ. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney 



C. V. Mooney 
.E. H. WUliams 
. F. H. Rowland, Jr. 

Walter Taylor 



44 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Atlantic City (Atlantic Co.) 



Pop. 66,198 



Chief of Police Jas. A. McMenamin 

Inspector of Detectives . . . Frank Ferretti 

Juvenile Officers T. AUmond 

W. Band 

Head, Policeivomen Margaret Hiawatha 

Head, Traffic Div Samuel Barab 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Alfred Gohl 

Head, Records Div Jerry Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Backer 

Probation Officer Preston W. Crook 

196 employees; 8 patrol cars; 8 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Audubon (Camden Co.) Pop. 8,904 

Chief of Police Frank Kelly 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Bayonne (Hudson Co.) 



Pop. 88,979 



Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Lucius F. Donohoe 

Chief of Police C. J. O'Neill 

Deputy Chief Daniel J. Kilduff 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Thomas J. McGrath 

Chiefs of Patrol Div Daniel A. Donovan 

P. J. Gallagher 

Head, Identif. Div John J. Rigney 

Municipal Attorney M. A. Cohen 

Probation Officer William P. Ronan 

198 employees; 6 patrol cars; 17 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Belleville (Essex Co.) Pop. 26,974 

Chief of Police George R. Spatz 

Municipal Attorney Laurence Keenan 

35 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Bergenfield (Bergen Co.) Pop. 8,816 

Chief of Police Robert F. Ullrich 

Head, Idaitif. Div George J. Bauer 

Municipal Attorney Pierce Deamer 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Bloomfield (Essex Co.) Pop. 38,077 

Chief of Police Charles F. Jensen 

Lieut, of Detectives John Whelan 

Head, Records Div J. J. Huddy, Jr. 



Municipal Attorney Edward Petit 

63 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Bogota (Bergen Co.) Pop. 7,341 

Chief of Police Michael Forster 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Boonton (Morris Co.) Pop. 6,866 

Chief of Police William H. Lucas 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bound Brook (Somerset Co.) Pop. 7,372 

Chief of Police Angelo Colacci 

Head, Traffic Div O. A. Williams 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Chiarvalli 

Probation Officer Joseph Williams 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Bridgeton (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 15,699 

Comth'r of Public Safety . Mervin H. Beach 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Iredell 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Burlington (Burlington Co.) Pop. 10,844 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Thomas J. Johnson 

Captain of Police George Bowley 

Head, Traffic Div Clarence Bennett 

Municipal Attorney Thomas D. Begley 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Caldwell (Essex Co.) Pop. 5,144 

Chief of Police Lloyd J. Simms 

Municipal Attorney Philip D. Elliott 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Camden (Camden Co.) Pop. 118,700 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Mary W. Kobus 

Chief of Police Arthur Colsey 

Chief of Detectives Samuel Johnson 

Chief of Patrol Div Ralph Bakley 

Head, Traffic Div Nathan Petit 

Head, Accident Preven.. .H. IMcCord 

Head, Identif. Div Rox Sapnorc 

Head, Records Div Raymond Carson 

Municipal Attorney Michael Cohn 

196 employees; 14 patrol cars; 20 motor- 
cycles; 4 patrol wagon-ambulances 

Carlstadt (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,425 

Chief of Police Peter J. Raffo 

Municipal Attorney William H. Ely 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Carteret (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 13,339 

Chief of Police Henry Harrington 



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THE POLICE YEARBOOK, 1939-40. Complete reports of developments 
and trends in the police field; report of the lACP conference in San 
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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — New Jersey 



New Jersey — Cities of 



Head, Traffic Div Robert Shanley 

Head, Idcntij. Div George Sheridan 

Municipal Attorney Michael Resko 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Cliff side Park (Bergen Co.) Pop. 15,267 

Chief of Police Frank N. Borrell 

Assistant Chief John J. McEvoy 

Head, Traffic Div John Bruley 

Head, Identif. Div JVIichael G. Hozer 

Head, Records Div Thomas IMarsden 

Municipal Attorney Joseph W. Marini 

26 employees; i patrol car; 1 patrol car- 
ambulance 

Clifton (Passaic Co.) Pop. 46,875 

Chief of Police James N. Marsh 

Chief of Detectives Paul Dittrich 

Head, Identif. Div John Shackleton 

Head, Records Div John Shackleton 

Municipal Attorney John G. Dluhy 

52 employees; 6 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

CoUingswood (Camden Co.) Pop. 12,723 

Chief of Police Wm. C. Fluharty 

Head, Traffic Div William Beck 

Head, Identif. Div Charles Welden 

Municipal Attorney R. Cooper Brown 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Cranford (Union Co.) Pop. 11,126 

Chief of Police Carl O. Massa 

17 employees 

Dover (Morris Co.) Pop. 10,031 

Chief of Police . . . .- James T. Hart 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Mj'erson 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Dumont (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,861 

Chief of Police William T. Grimes 

Municipal Attorney Albert J. Wuytack 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dunellen (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 5,148 

Chief of Police Patrick J. Taupey 

Municipal Attorney Henry Handleman 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 



East Orange (Essex Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Captain of Detectives . . . . 

Captain of Traffic 

Dir., Police Training. . . . 

Head, Identif. Div 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer 

110 employees; 5 patrol 



Pop. 68,020 

Christian N. Dell 
William Wiley 
James Flannery 
Frank Sullivan 
Alvui Johnson 
Walter C. EUis 
James Evans 
cars; 4 motorcycles 



East Rutherford (Bergen Co.) Pop. 7,080 

Chief of Police Edward A. Schmalz 

Municipal Attorney Dominick Marconi 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 



Elizabeth (Union Co.) 



Pop. 114,589 



Chief of Police Frank Brennan 

Captain of Detectives . . . .August Winkelmann 
Captains of Patrol Div.. .Michael Manning 
Joseph Coughlin 

Head, Traffic Div Patrick G. Coyle 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Richard V. Barry 
Dir., Police Training. . . .G. R. Steffens 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph A. Donovan 

Head, Records Div Joseph A. Donovan 

Municipal Attorney Edward Nugent 

210 employees; 13 patrol cars; 17 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 3 ambulances 

Englewood (Bergen Co.) Pop. 17,805 

Chief of Police C. A. Peterson 

Head, Traffic Div J. Abrams 

Municipal Attorney F. H. Reeve 

40 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Fairlawn (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,990 

Chief of Police Michael J. \'anore 

Municipal Attorney John A. Christie 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Fairview (Bergen Co.) Pop. 9,067 

Chief of Police Anthony Magrino 

13 employees; 1 patrol car 

Fort Lee (Bergen Co.) Pop. 8,759 

Chief of Police A. J. McDermott 

Head, Traffic Div John Scheurer 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Cavinato 

24 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Freehold (Monmouth Co.) Pop. 6,894 

Chief of Police C. De Vries 

Municipal Attorney M. Finegold 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Garfield (Bergen Co.) Pop. 29,739 

Chief of Police N. L. Perrapato 

Deputy Chief Francis J. Boyle 

Captain of Detectives . . . .C. S. INIorrison 

Head, Identif. Div John A. Dwyer 

Head, Records Div John A. Dwyer 

Municipal Attorney John Micklus, Jr. 

35 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Glen Ridge (Essex Co.) Pop. 7,365 

Chief of Police Wm. P. Higgins 



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New Jersey — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney James P. Mylod 

Probation Officer Jos. F. Swankie 

21 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Gloucester City (Camden Co.) Pop. 13,796 

Chief of Police James W. Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Frank W. Keebler 

Municipal Attorney V. D. Costello 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Guttenberg (Hudson Co.) Pop. 6,535 

Comm'r of Police Emil Kohlich, Jr. 

Captain of Police John Lawlor, Sr. 

Municipal Attorney Lewis Vanderbach 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Hackensack (Bergen Co.) Pop. 24,568 

Chief of Police Fred Ripperger 

Head, Traffic Div Kenneth Bratt 

Head, Identif. Div Dewey Donegani 

Municipal Attorney Horace F. Banta 

Probation Officer Charles Hartman 

44 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Haddonfield (Camden Co.) Pop. 8,857 

Chief of Police Wm. H. Padgett 

Lieutenant of Police E. B. Hinchman 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Haddon Heights (Camden Co.) Pop. 5,394 

Chief of Police B. M. Rogers 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Hammonton (Atlantic Co.) Pop. 7,656 

Chief of Police N. Pacetti 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Harrison (Hudson Co.) Pop. 15,601 

Chief of Police Peter F. Brady 

Deputy Chief Michael Bergen 

Head, Identif. Div Arthur Ford 

Municipal Attorney Michael J. Bruder . 

Probation Officer William V. Rodgers 

51 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Hasbrouck Heights (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,658 

Chief of Police Melville M. Hook 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Chandless 

Probation Officer Ralph E. Farrier 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Hawthorne (Passaic Co.) Pop. 11,868 

Chief of Police Ryan Vandervalk 

Municipal Attorney Francis Caminetti 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Highland Park (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 8,691 

Chief of Police Alfred T. Smalley 

Municipal Attorney Horace Barwis 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Hillside (Elizabeth Co.) 
Elizabeth P.O. 



Pop. 17,601 



Chief of Police Norman L. Sanford 

Municipal Attorney Sigmund Einarson 

29 employees; 4 patrol cars 



Pop. 59,261 

Edward J. McFeely 
Thomas Garrick 
Dennis McFeely 
Dennis McFeely 
Horace Allen 
trol cars; 4 motor- 
ambulance 

Pop. 56,733 

Edw. D. Balentine 
Abraham M. Ruban 
August E. Hock 
William F. Graef 
Edward J. Durning 
Mary Staj 
John E. Evans 
Edward A. Barrett 
William F. Graef 
William Newman 
Raymond Ryan 
cars; 8 motorcycles; 



Hoboken (Hudson Co 

Chief of Police 

Inspector of Police . . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Head, Records Div. . . 
Municipal Attorney. . 

206 employees; 2 pa 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 

Irvington (Essex Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safety .... 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Policewomen .... 

Head, Traffic Div 

Dir., Police Training. . . 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney. . . . 

Probation Officer 

71 employees; 6 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Jersey City (Hudson Co.) Pop. 316,715 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Daniel Casey 

Chief of Police Harry W. Walsh 

Deputy Chiefs Charles J. Wilson 

John J. Underwood 

Chief of Detectives Henry Gauthier 

Chief of Patrol Div Thomas Hynes 

Head, Crime Preven Wm. B. Prescott 

Head, Policcivomen Henry Gauthier 

Head, Traffic Div Maurice Murphy 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Walter P. Cieciuch 
Dir., Police Training. . . .Wm. V. McLaughlin 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph Jones 

Head, Records Div John Mahoney 

Municipal Attorney James Hamill 

983 employees; 23 patrol cars; 14 motor- 
cycles; 6 patrol wagons; 7 ambulances 

Kearny (Hudson Co.) Pop. 40,716 

Chief of Police John N. Hemsley 

Deputy Chief Carl Berg 

Chief of Detectives Geo. J. Elwood, Sr. 

Chief of Patrol Div Neil Barrett 



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Cities — New Jersey 



New Jersey — Cities of 



Juvenile Officer Herbert Crookall 

Head, IdcntiJ. Div George Carlisle 

Head, Records Div James Hanna 

Municipal Attorney John Cooper 

78 employees; 10 patrol cars; 2 ambulances 

Leonia (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,350 

Chief of Police Herbert A. Small 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Linden (Union Co.) Pop. 21,206 

Chief of Police Frank J. Hickey 

Head, Identif. Div Chas. A. Koeller 

Municipal Attorney Lewis Winetsky 

57 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Lodi (Bergen Co.) Pop. 11,549 

Chief of Police Henry R. Witte 

Captain of Detectives .... Philip Carbonetti 

Head, Crime Preven Paul Trocola 

Head, Traffic Div John Uszynski 

Head, Identif. Div Geo. E. Jaquins 

Head, Records Div Geo. E. Jaquins 

Municipal Attorney Benjamin Galanti 

27 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Long Branch (Monmouth Co.) Pop. 18,399 

Chief of Police Fred A. Wardell 

Municipal Attorney Leo J. Warwick 

42 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lyndhurst (Bergen Co.) Pop. 17,362 

Chief of Police Otto Bayer 

Madison (Morris Co.) Pop. 7,481 

Chief of Police Peter J. Farrell 

Lieutenant of Police .... Edward W. Hinch 

Municipal Attorney Henry G. Pilch 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Manville (Somerset Co.) Pop. 5,441 

Chief of Police John J. Jasinski 

Municipal Attorney George AUgair 

Probation Officer Joseph J. Bulat 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Maplewood (Essex Co.) Pop. 21,321 

Chief of Police Jacob R. Helf 

Municipal Attorney A. Cornish 

36 employees; 8 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Metuchen (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 5,748 

Chief of Police W. B. Hutchinson 

Municipal Attorney Leon Semer 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Millville (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 14,705 

Comin'r of Public Safety A^ewis R. Hogan 

Municipal Attorney Harry R. Waltman 

Probation Officer David W. Berry 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Montclair (Essex Co.) Pop. 42,017 

Chief of Police Thomas Claren 

Head, Traffic Div James Lennon 

Probation Officer Joseph Swankie 

Municipal Attorney George S. Harris 

70 employees; 7 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Morristown (Morris Co.) Pop. 15,197 

Chief of Police Fred A. Roff 

Head, Identif. Div A. J. Beckwith 

Corporation Counsel N. C. Toms 

26 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Neptune (Monmouth Co.) Pop. 10,625 

Chief of Police S. William Maas 

Municipal Attorney R. W. Stout 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Newark (Essex Co.) Pop. 442,337 

Dir. of Public Safety Michael P. Duffy 

Police Comm'r Geo. E. Kaas 

Chief of Police John F. Harris 

Chief of Detectives John Haller 

Head, Patrol Div John A. Brady 

Head, Traffic Div Matthew J. Bolger 

Dir., Police Academy. . . .George D. Callan 

Head, Records Div H. A. Templeton 

Municipal Attorney J. F. O'Brien 

1,233 employees; 58 patrol cars; 33 motor- 
cycles; 8 patrol wagons; 10 trucks 

New Brunswick (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 34,555 

Chief of Police George T. Cox 

Head, Identif. Div John A. O'Connell 

Municipal Attorney Paul W. Ewing 

46 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Newton (Sussex Co.) Pop. 5,401 

Chief of Police Harry Simmons 

Municipal Attorney Willis H. Sherred 

4 employees 

North Arlington (Bergen Co.) Pop. 8,263 

Chief of Police George Shippee 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

North Bergen (Hudson Co.) Pop. 40,714 

Chief of Police John J. Simmen 

Municipal Attorney N. Schloeder 

67 employees; 8 patrol cars 



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THE POLICE 



New Jersey — Cities of 



North Plainfield (Somerset Co.) Pop. 9,760 

Chief of Police Martin J. Kane 

Assistant Chief Ralph Farmer 

Head, Traffic Div Paul Zanowic 

Municipal Attorney Charles Dolliver 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Nutley (Essex Co.) Pop. 20,572 

Chief of Police William J. Brown 

Head, Identif. Div Henry P. Hoch 

Municipal Attorney Edwin Joerg 

Probation Officer Thomas F. McGann 

29 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Ocean City (Cape May Co.) Pop. 5,525 

Chief of Police Robert J. Lackey 

Municipal Attorney John Boswell 

32 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Orange (Essex Co.) Pop. 35,399 

Chief of Police Joseph P. McGonnell 

Head, Crime Preven Thomas J. Hamilton 

Head, Policeivomen Anna Murphy 

Head, Records Div Thos. J. Hamilton 

Municipal Attorney Edmund J. Dwyer 

65 employees; 5 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Palisades Park (Bergen Co.) Pop. 7,065 

Chief of Police David J. W. Bell 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Passaic (Passaic Co.) Pop. 62,959 

Chief of Police Charles J. Monks 

Chief of Detectives Geo. F. Eckhardt 

Head, Traffic Div Wm. J. Buckley 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Thomas Crawbuck 

Head, Identif. Div Bertram Noonburg 

Head, Records Div Augustine McGuire 

Municipal Attorney J. J. Weinberger 

Probation Officer Charles Farrell 

111 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Pensauken (Camden Co.) Pop. 16,915 

Chief of Police Thomas Thorpe 

Municipal-Attorney Thomas Salter 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Paterson (Passaic Co.) Pop. 138,513 

Act^g Chief of Police. . . .Lawrence Dunn 

Chief of Detectives James J. Smith 

Head, Policewomen Sarah Leigh 

Head, Traffic Div Stephen Jorlett 

Head, Identif. Div Philip Riker 



Head, Records Div Philip Riker 

Municipal Attorney Salvatore Viviano 

263 employees; 6 patrol cars; 13 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons 

Paulsboro (Gloucester Co.) Pop. 7,121 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .S. Billbrough 

Municipal Attorney C. C. Cotton 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Penns Grove (Salem Co.) Pop. 5,895 

Chief of Police Gerritson Griftis 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Summerill, Jr. 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Perth Amboy (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 43,516 

Chief of Police John F. Murray 

Captain of Police Frank Seiboth 

Juvenile Officer James M. Nolan 

Head, Policewomen Jensine Olesen 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph Dwyer 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. A. Bachman 

Head, Records Div Wm. A. Clooney 

Municipal Attorney F. M. Seaman 

67 employees; 3 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 



Phillipsburg (Warren Co 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

Probation Officer 

15 employees; 1 patrol 



.) Pop. 19,255 

Theodore Booth 
John G. Fagan 
John G. Fagan 
Lewis SUverthorn 
Lewis Silverthorn 
S. C. Smith, Jr. 
James A. Tirrell 
car; 2 motorcycles 



Pitman (Gloucester Co.) Pop. 5,411 

Chief of Police Oran W. Lloyd 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Plainfield (Union Co.) Pop. 34,422 

Chief of Police George Leorch 

Head, Accident Preven. . . W. M. Browne 

Head, Identif. Div E. A. Flynn 

Head, Records Div S. Monroe Staats 

Municipal Attorney WUliam Newcorn 

64 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Pleasantville (Atlantic Co.) Pop. 11,580 

Chief of Police Belleville Naylor 

Municipal Attorney L. D. Champion 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Princeton (Mercer Co.) Pop. 6,992 

Chief of Police E. W. Mahan 

Municipal Attorney William Vandewater 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 



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Cities — New Jersey 



New Jersey — Cities of 



Prospect Park (Passaic Co.) Pop. 5,909 

Chief of Police John Lowe, Jr. 

Probation Officer H. P. Schoonyoung 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Rahway (Union Co.) Pop. 16,011 

Chief of Police Clifford Dunphy 

Assistant Chief Geo. W. Stewart 

Head, Traffic Div George Mclntyre 

Municipal Attorney Eugene Mainzer 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Red Bank (Monmouth Co.) Pop. 11,622 

Chief of Police Harold A. Davison 

Deputy Chief H. T. VanNote 

Municipal Attorney J. S. Applegate 

20 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Ridgefield Park (Bergen Co.) Pop. 10,764 

Chief of Police R. J. Benson 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Morrison & Stoldt 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Ridgewood (Bergen Co.) Pop. 12,188 

Chief of Police R. Floyd Tremper 

Captain of Police J. S. Sommerrock 

Head, Traffic Div John Henneman 

Head, Identif. Div Andrew M. Howard 

Municipal Attorney T. L. Zimmerman 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Roselle (Union Co.) Pop. 13,021 

Chief of Police Burt M. Avery 

Head, Traffic Div I. J. Petersen 

Head, Identif. Div W. H. Graudorf 

Municipal Attorney Guy W. Gordon 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Roselle Park (Union Co.) Pop. 8,969 

Chief of Police Edward I. Stevens 

Deputy Chief Norman Olsen 

Municipal Attorney Nicholas Tomasulo 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Rutherford (Bergen Co.) Pop. 14,915 

Chief of Police Chas. Rosenfelder 

Municipal Attorney O. SommerviUe 

28 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Salem (Salem Co.) Pop. 8,047 

Chief of Police W. Howard Reeve 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Sayreville (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 8,658 

Chief of Police George Gross 



Captain of Police Harry Olsen 

Municipal Attorney Jos. T. Karcher 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Secaucus (Hudson Co.) Pop. 8,950 

Chief of Police Edward P. Doyle 

Municipal Attorney Edward Smarak 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Somerville (Somerset Co.) Pop. 8,255 

Captain Commanding. . . .Lewis Waldron 
Municipal Attorney Arthur Smith 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

South Amboy (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 8,476 

Chief of Police David W. Quinlan 

Municipal Attorney John P. McGuire 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

South Orange (Essex Co.) Pop. 13,630 

Chief of Police Thomas L. McGuire 

Head, Identif. Div Byron Fitzsimmon 

35 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

South Plainfield (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 5,047 

Chief of Police C.J. McCarthy 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

South River (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 10,759 

Chief of Police Chas. Van Deventer 

Municipal Attorney George L. Burton 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Summit (Union Co.) Pop. 14,556 

Chief of Police Michael Finneran 

Head, Identif. Div Frank Van Tronk 

Municipal Attorney Frederick Kentz 

30 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Teaneck (Bergen Co.) Pop. 16,513 

Chief of Police C.J. Harte 

Municipal Attorney Donald Waesche 

38 employees; 12 patrol cars 

Tenafly (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,669 

Chief of Police C. B. Campbell 

Assistant Chief John A. Rothacker 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph Faley 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Trenton (Mercer Co.) Pop. 123,356 

Chief of Police Wm. A. Dooling 

Captain of Detectives. . . .Thomas A. Cooney 

Juvenile Officer John L. McBride 

Head, Traffic Div John J. Ryan 

Dir., Police Training Chas. E. Tettemer 

Head, Identif. Div John L. Sullivan 



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New Mexico — State 



THE POLICE 



New Jersey — Cities of 



Head, Records Div John L. Sullivan 

Municipal Attorney Louis Josephson 

231 employees; 10 patrol cars; 5 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 3 patrol wagon- 
ambulances 

Union (Union Co.) Pop. 16,472 

Chief of Police Jacob F. Denk 

Municipal Attorney Charles Hagner 

30 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Union City (Hudson Co.) Pop. 58,659 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Harry E. Little 

Chief of Police Harry A. Jenkins 

Assistant Chief Edward Mescall 

Juvenile Officer Arthur Kaschel 

Head, Records Div Arthur Stanton 

Municipal Attorneys . . . .Agnew & Eichman 

120 employees; 8 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 1 ambulance 

Ventnor (Atlantic Co.) Pop. 6,674 

Chief of Police Maurice C. Mower 

Municipal Attorney Hiram Steelman 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Verona (Essex Co.) Pop. 7,161 

Chief of Police Clarence Rowland 

Municipal Attorney Chester Beekman 

Probation Officer Joseph Swanky 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Vineland (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 7,556 

Chief of Police Michael G. Crovo 

Municipal Attorney Philip L. Lipman 

Probation Officer William Hudson 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Wallington (Bergen Co.) Pop. 9,063 

Chief of Police Joseph Hartfiel 

Municipal Attorney Louis Schiffman 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Weehawken (Hudson Co.) Pop. 14,807 

Chief of Police August Klassen 



Westfield (Union Co.) Pop. 15,801 

Chief of Police John R. Schreiber 

Head, Idcntif. Div Charles Benninger 

Municipal Attorney Paul Q. Oliver 

25 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

West New York (Hudson Co.) Pop. 37,107 

("///(/ of Police John F. Rooney 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. B. Browne 

Head, Traffic Div Richard Furlong 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph Marsino 

Head, Records Div Joseph Marsino 

Municipal Attorney Irwin Rubenstein 

Probation Officer Arthur Mclntyre 

80 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles: 
1 patrol wagon ; 1 ambulance 

West Orange (Essex Co.) Pop. 24,327 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Francis A. Byrne 

Chief of Police Harry H. Hain 

Head, Identif. Div William F. Palmer 

Municipal Attorney Gerald T. Foley 

45 employees; 7 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 

Wildwood (Cape May Co.) Pop. 5,330 

Chief of Police Oakford M. Cobb 

Head, Traffic Div A. Linn Forcum 

Municipal Attorney A. Lynn Byrnes 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Woodbridge (Middlesex Co.) Pop. 25,266 

Chief of Police George Keating 

Municipal Attorney Leon McElroy 

35 employees; 5 patrol cars 

Woodbury (Gloucester Co.) Pop. 8,172 

Chief of Police James A. Lynch 

Municipal Attorney Frank L. Johnson 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Wood-Ridge (Bergen Co.) Pop. 5,159 

Chief of Police Emile E. Bugnon 

Municipal Attorney Murray Ludmer 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 



New Mexico 

State Capital: Santa Fe 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor John E. Miles (Santa Fe) 

Attorney General Filo Sedillo (Santa Fe) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Thomas Jernigan (Santa Fe) 

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New Mexico — State of 

New Mexico State Police (P. O. Box 910, Santa Fe) 

(jfil^f Tom Summers 

Lieutenanl, Criminal Investig. Div J- P- Roach 

Officcr-iii-Chg., Idcntif. Div C. A. White 

44 employees; 15 patrol cars; 38 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Santa Fe) John B. McManus, Warden 

Industrial School (Springer) Dr. Fred W. Allen, Supt. 

Girls Welfare School (Albuquerque) Florence Perkinson, Siipt. 

State Parole Board (Albuquerque) John F. Simms, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Santa Fe) Charles Kern 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Bernalillo Albuquerque Andres Salazar O. N. Marron 

Catron Reserve Frank Balke {See Valencia Co.) 

Chaves Roswell Frank Young G. L. Reese, Jr. 

Colfax Raton B. H. Mitchell V. A. Doggett 

Curry Clovis W. H. Collins J. C. Compton 

DeBaca Ft. Sumner Bill Hitson {See Curry Co.) 

Dona Ana Las Cruces J. M. Viramontes M. A. Threet 

Eddy Cadsbad Howell Gage {See Chaves Co.) 

Grant Silver City Geo. Murray J. W. Hodges 

Guadalupe Santa Rosa A. P. Branch {Sec San Miguel 

Co.) 

Harding Mosquero E. P. Tkier {See Colfax Co.) 

Hidalgo Lordsburg John Cavin J. W. Hodges 

Lea Lovington H. B. Owens {See Chaves Co.) 

Lincoln Carrizozo S. E. Greiser {See Dona Ana Co. 

Luna Deming Ernest Prugel {See Hidalgo Co.) 

McKinley Gallup D. W. Roberts {See Santa Fe Co.) 

Mora Mora Isaac Castillo {See San Miguel 

Co.) 

Otero Alamogordo Tony Trujillo {See Dona Ana Co. 

Quay Tucumcari C. C. Moncus {See Curry Co.) 

Rio Arriba Tierra Amerilla Matias Velarde {See Santa Fe Co.) 

Roosevelt Portales R. L. HoUis {See Curry Co.) 

Sandoval Bernalillo R. F. Romero {See Bernalillo Co. 

San Juan Aztec John Graves {See Santa Fe Co.) 

San Miguel Las Vegas C. R. Quintana M. E. Noble 

Santa Fe Santa Fe B. Quintana D. W. Carmody 

Sierra Hillsboro J. W. Sullivan {See Valencia Co.) 

Socorro Socorro F. Knoblock {See Valencia Co.) 

Taos Taos Isidro Montoya {See Colfax Co.) 

Torrance Estancia J.F.Stephens {See Dona Ana Co 

Union Clayton Jack Lenhart {See Colfax Co.) 

Valencia Los Lunas Manuel Garcia J. B. Burg 

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Prob.'^tion Agt. 

Leon Lyle 

Mrs. T. J. Mabry 
{See Luna Co.) 
Leroy Thompson 
fZelma Azar 
\E. L. Donelson 
Emily Logue 
Arizona Kiely 
{See Luna Co.) 

Mrs. Geneva Short 
{See San Miguel 

Co.) 
{See Colfax Co.) 
{See Luna Co.) 
{See Chaves Co.) 

) 

J. O. Koch 
Mrs. G. McClusky 
{See San Miguel 
Co.) 

) 
{See Colfax Co.) 
{See Santa Fe Co.) 
{See DeBaca Co.) 

){See Bernalillo Co.) 
{See Bernalillo Co.) 
Beatrice Cordova 
(J. D. Kelkenny 
\Mrs. E. Ryan 
{See Luna Co.) 
{See Luna Co.) 
{See Santa Fe Co.) 

){See Bernalillo Co.) 
{See Colfax Co.) 
{See Bernalillo Co.) 



New York— State THE POLICE 

City Agencies and Officials 

Albuquerque (Bernalillo Co.) Pop. 26,570 Las Cruces (Dona Ana Co.) Pop. 5,811 

Chief of rolicc P. O'Grady ^?''-^/'/ ^YT ^^^^ P^"^^' 

Assistant Chief P. Dugan Municipal Attorney E.G. Shannon 

Head, Idcnlif. Div P. Shaver ^ employees; 1 patrol car 

Municipal Attorney John Simms 

41 employees; 4 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles ^^^^"^ (Colfax Co.) Pop. 6,090 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .Walter Heiken 

Clovis (Curry Co.) Pop. 8,027 ^^'"""P^^ Attorney ..... F. S. Merriau 

-^ ' ^ ' 5 employees 

Chief of Police R. M. Witherspoon 

Assistant Chief J. W. Manning Roswell (Chaves Co.) Pop. 11,173 

Municipal Atlornev Harold O. Gore r^i ■ r r n i- tt t t-h 

9 emr^lovees- 2 natrol cars ^^^''■^ ''•^ ^"^^^^ ^^"''^ ^- ^^^^ 

J emplo>ees, Z patrol cars Municipal Attorney R. L. Malone, Jr. 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 
Gallup (McKinley Co.) Pop. 5,992 

Chief of Police Kelsey Presley S^°*^ ^^ ^Santa Fe Co.) Pop. 11,176 

Assistant Chief Leslie J. Mahoney Chief of Police Thomas P. Delgado 

Municipal Attorney Geo. E. McDevitt Municipal Attorney C. R. Mcintosh 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 16 employees; 2 patrol cars 



New York 

State Capital: Albany 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Herbert H. Lehman (Albany) 

Attorney General J. J. Bennett, Jr. (Albany) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman Robt. S. Stevens (Ithaca) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Henry E. Bruckman (Albany) 

Division of State Police: New York State Troopers (Albany) 

Superintendent John A. Warner 

Deputy Superintendent George P. Button 

Chief Inspector, Criminal Investig. Div. (Troy) Albert B. Moore 

Sergeant, Identif. Div James W. Russell 

795 employees; 310 patrol cars; 120 motorcycles 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification and Crime Statistics (Albany) 
Director William E. Cashin 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Department of Correction (Albany) John J. Lyons, Comni'r 

Attica State Prison (Attica) William Hunt, Warden 

Auburn State Prison (Auburn) Jos. J. Brophy, Warden 

Clinton Prison (Dannemora) Vacancy 

Great Meadow Prison (Comstock) J- H. Wilson, Warden 

Sing Sing Prison (Ossining) Lewis E. Lawes, Warden 

Wallkill Prison (Wallkill) Dr. L. J. Palmer, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Albany) J. J. Canavan, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Albany) David Dressier 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 Counties— New York 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat SiiiRUK Co. Pros. Atty. PRr.B,\TioN Act. 

Albany Albany John J. McNulty John T. Delaney fP. J. Brennan 

\Wm. S. Patterson 
Allegany Belmont Edson A. Brigham E. Allen Mapes Mrs. M. Lawson 

Bi.on.x Bronx E. J. INIcGuire Samuel J. Foley Harry B. Harris 

(iV Y. Citv) 
Broome ' Binghamton Earl J. Daniels Daniel J. McAvoy (Samuel Koerbel 

\Chas.W. Curtis 

Cattaraugus Little VaUey N. A. Trenkle A. Edw. Krieger H.W.Martin 

Cayuga Auburn I. Burt Cooper Theo. M. Coburn EUiot R. Wilkie 

Chautauqua Mayville Roy L. Chadwick D. L. Brundstrom Louis G. Monroe 

Chemung Elmira Geo. H. Jenkins W.B.Reynolds /Ray C. Hulbert 

\Mrs. Anna Presler 

Chenango Norwich Neil D. Lewis Lester R. Mosher 

Clinton Plattsburg R. LaChappelle K. Holcombe Chas. A. Renaud 

Columbia Hudson M. F. Saulpaugh Edward H. Best Margaret Hathawa 

Cortland Cortland M. C. Fowler Louis H. Folmer John I. Jones 

Delaware Delhi Alford L. Austin G. B. Speenburgh Arnold Griffin 

Dutchess Poughkeepsie D.R.Sedgwick John R. Schwartz fChas. S. Cline 

\Anna M. Piatt 

Erie Buffalo H. W. Pollack Leo J. Haggerty Edward P. ^'olz 

Essex Elizabethtown P. EggMeld T. W. McDonald Neil R. Bowers 

Franklin ...Malone Wm. G. Girard E.N.Lawrence Floyd P. Kmg 

Fulton Johnstown F. Steenburgh B. W. Kearney H. W. Schumann 

Genesee Batavia G.F.Brown Jas. L. Kelly 

Greene Catskill Milton O. BaUey John C. Welsh 

Hamilton ... .Lake Pleasant Beecher Wilson G. R. Ste. Mane H. D. Jennmgs 

Herkimer Herkimer L.E.Hoffman C.W.Peterson Mrs. D. Silvernail 

Jefferson Watertown Brayton E. Peck Carl J. Hynes Alfred S. Wood 

Kings Brooklyn Jas. V. Mangane W. F. X. Geoghan Jos. F. Tevlm 

Lewis ' .\^.... .Lowville A. S. Schoff Dwight N. Dudo (E. G. Donnelly 

\A. J. Carpenter 

Livingston Geneseo D. Sayer Beam E. A. Horton 

Madison Wampsville T. D. Thomas R. D. Woolsey Mrs. C. Cornell 

Monroe Rochester A. W. Skinner D. J. O'Mara fAbram N. Jones 

\HarryO. Argento 
Montgomery. . ..Fonda G. K. Nellis Chas. S. Tracy Wm. H. Morse 

Nassau Mineola G. A. IMederer Edw. J. Neary Herbert Cooper 

New York New York Daniel E. Finn Thos. E. Dewey Irving Halpern 

Niagara Lockport F. A. Bigalow Jos. Ambrusko Wm. J. Phdlips 

Oneida Utica J.B.German John J. McGinty [F.Roberts 

I Mrs. A. Rayland 

Onondaga Syracuse Edwin R. Auer D. M. ISIawhinney [Mrs. N. Morgan 

1 R.D.Greene 

Ontario Canandaigua Walter A Filing C. A. Roberts Sherman Beeman 

Orange Goshen Wm. Schoonmaker Henry Hirschberg Wm. A. Handerson 

Orleans Albion Raymond Hudson Wm. G. Munson 

Oswego .Oswego Harry G. Vorce Harry M.Stacy /Grant G. Edick 

^ 1 Eleanor R. Jones 

Otsego Cooperstown Fred F. Fox J. P. Molinari [Mrs. H. Sherman 

\ John Van Woert 

Putnam Carmel A. G. N. Gilbert J. P. Donohoe 

Queens Jamaica M. A. FitzGerald C. P. Sullivan John A. Butler 

(N Y City) 

Rensselaer Troy D. W. Carhart Chas. J. Ranney fWm. A. Satterlee 

\Earl J. Wilcox 

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New York — Cities 



THE POLICE 



County Co. Seat 

Richmond Saint George 

(.V. Y. Ci'y) 

Rockland New City 

St. Lawrence .... Canton 

Saratoga Ballston Spa 

Schenectady Schenectady 

Schoharie Schoharie 

Schuyler Watkins Glen 

Seneca Waterloo 

Steuben Bath 

Suffolk Riverhead 

Sullivan Monticello 

Tioga Oswego 

Tompkins Ithaca 

Ulster Kingston 

Warren Lake George 

Washington Hudson Falls 

Wayne Lyons 

Westchester White Plains 

Wyoming Warsaw 

Yates Penn Yan 



New York — Counties of 

Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Wm. J. Dempsey Frank H. Innes 

Edw. C. Dormann Geo. V. Dorsey 
Carl J. Hosmer A. J. Hanmer 
C. McElwain Alfred L. Simon 

E. H. Blanchard Thos. W. Wallace 



Jess J. Millspaw 
Dana T. Burt 
H. P. Yells 
Jos. L. Bailey 
Jacob S. Dreyer 
Harry Borden 
D. L. Grant 
Harrison Adams 
A. F. Molyneaux 
Edw. J. Baker 

George Pierce 
Chas. H. Wright 
Geo. A. Casey 
Lewis N. Spring 
Jay W. Fitzwater 



J. E. Wharton 
L. W. Argetsinger 
J. Seward Bodine 
Geo. A. King 
Fred J. Munder 
Wm. Deckelman 
F. J. Clohessy 
Arthur G. Adams 
Cleon B. Murray 
Fred M. Beckwith 

Jas. Gibson, Jr. 
Chas. B. Brasser 
Walter A. Ferris 
Glenn E. Charles 
Homer C. Pelton 



Probation Act. 

Edw. T. Greene 
Mrs. H. Halbert 
Edward Jeffries 
John M. Nichols 
Franz H. Moak 
Mrs. E. Schurig 
Wm. H. McGinn 

Mrs. G. R. Symes 
B. D. Adamy 

Chas. J. Odell 
Marie A. Mueller 
Jean Blauvelt 
R. A. Hutchinson 
Robt. J. Service 
Patrick Mannix 
Mrs. B. Robinson 
Frank J. LaFarr 

Wm. J. Harper 
Edward P. Volz 



City Agencies and Officials 



Albany (Albany Co.) Pop. 127,412 

Chief of Police David Smurl 

Assistant Chief Wm. Fitzpatrick 

Municipal Attorney Joseph J. Casey 

373 employees; 28 patrol cars; 15 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 

Amsterdam (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 34,817 

Acfg Chief of Police . . . .Frank Kearns 

Chief of Detectives Thos. P. Humler 

Municipal Attorney Harry V. Borst 

Probation Officer William Morse 

35 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Auburn (Cayuga Co.) Pop. 36,652 

Chief of Police Chester J. Bills 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. L. Simmonds 

Dir., Police Training. . . John D. Kinsella 

Municipal Attorney N. L. Drummond 

Probation Officer E. R. Wilkie 

46 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Batavia (Genesee Co.) Pop. 17,375 

Chief of Police Henry W. Ware 

Assistant Chief Thos. Donoghue 

Police Attorney Jos. J. Schmitt 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Beacon (Dutchess Co.) Pop. 11,933 

Chief of Police Jesse B. Dingee 



Municipal Attorney James G. Meyer 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Binghamton (Broome Co.) Pop. 76,662 

Chief of Police Lacey C. Abel 



Assistant Chief 
Captain of Police . . . . 
Captai)i of Detectives . 
Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 



.M. J. Hanifin 
.E. P. Sheahan 
.Otto J. Krause 
.E. P. Sheahan 
.T. J. Broughton 



115 employees; 6 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Bronxville (Westchester Co.) Pop. 6,387 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .Richard Gorman 

Municipal Attorney Robert Trainor 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Buffalo (Erie Co.) Pop. 573,076 

Comm'r of Police Glenn H. McClellan 

Deputy Comm'r Joseph S. Jordan 

Head, Traffic Div George W. Rickard 

Head, Crime Preven Peter J. Flood 

Head, Policewomen John J. Whalen 

Head, Accident Preven. . . George J. Tourjie 
Dir., Police Training. . . .John J. Shannahan 

Head, Identif. Div James Connors 

Head, Records Div Thomas Coyle 

Municipal Attorney David Diamond 

Probation Officer Timothy W. Regan 

1,299 employees; 87 patrol cars; 38 motor- 
cycles; 6 patrol wagon-ambulances 



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Cities — New York 



New York — Cities of 



Canandaigua (Ontario Co.) Pop. 7,541 

Chhj of Police Thos. P. Kinsella 

MiDiic'ipal Attorney J. Edward Colmey 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Catskill (Greene Co.) Pop. 5,082 

Captain Commanding Harry T. Du Bois 

Municipal Attorney Francis A. Ruf 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Cohoes (Albany Co.) Pop. 23,226 

Chief of Police Mark Robertson 

Head, Traffic Div M. L. Fitzgerald 

Head, Identif. Div Wilfred Delisle 

Municipal Attorney John J. Doherty 

28 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Coming (Steuben Co.) Pop. 15,777 

C7//V/ of Police A. W. Eckess 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Brisco 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Cortland (Cortland Co.) Pop. 15,043 

Chief of Police LeRoy A. Stevens 

Municipal Attorney Harry K. Angell 

Probation Officer John Jones 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Depew (Erie Co.) Pop. 6,536 

Chief of Police Gustave A. Kanehl 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Dobbs Ferry (Westchester Co.) Pop. 5,741 

Chief of Police Patrick Costello 

Assistant Chiefs E. J. Doyle 

T. J. Brennan 

Municipal Attorney John T. McCormick 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Dunkirk (Chautauqua Co.) Pop. 17,802 

Chief of Police John J. Warren 

Heads of Identif. Div.. . .T. Kosciuszko 
John J. Reilly 

Municipal Attorney Albert J. Foley 

17 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

East Rochester (Monroe Co.) Pop. 6,627 

Chief of Police Hamilton Conners 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Elmira (Chemung Co.) Pop. 47,397 

Chief of Police Elvin D. Weaver 

Head, Identif. Div R. L. Bearsley 

Municipal Attorney Geo. G. Reynolds 

Probation Officer .Raymond Hulbert 

80 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 
1 ambulance 



Elmira Heights (Chemung Co.) Pop. 5,061 

Chief of Police Lloyd Roberts 

Municipal Attorney Walter Garey 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Endicott (Broome Co.) Pop. 16,231 

Chief of Police Leroy E. Wike 

Head, Traffic Div Carlton E. Popple 

Head, Identif. Div John L. Wilson 

Municipal Attorney J. D. O'Loughlin 

23 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon ; 1 ambulance 

Floral Park (Nassau Co.) Pop. 10,016 

Chief of Police James Humphrey 

Municipal Attorney Harold Weidner 

Probation Officer Herbert Cooper 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Fredonia (Chautauqua Co.) Pop. 5,814 

Chief of Police Louis J. Hart 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Freeport (Nassau Co.) Pop. 15,467 

Act'g Chief of Police Peter Elar 

Head, Identif. Div Louis Steck 

Mimicipal Attorney Samuel M. Levy 

32 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Fulton (Oswego Co.) Pop. 12,462 

Chief of Police Edward J. Dyer 

Assistant Chief Michael Bray 

Municipal Attorney M. B. Conley 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Garden City (Nassau Co.) Pop. 7,180 

Chief of Police A. M. Vandewater 

Municipal Attorney G. L. Hubbell, Jr. 

29 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Geneva (Ontario Co.) Pop. 16,053 

Chief of Police R. Wm. IMorris 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph McDonough 

Head, Identif. Div. W. C. Yerg 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. Cleere 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Glen Cove (Nassau Co.) Pop. 11,430 

Chief of Police Frank V. McCue 

Chief of Detectives James M. Clark 

Municipal Attorney A. J. Wheeler 

32 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Glens Falls (Warren Co.) Pop. 18,531 

Chief of Police George H. Culver 

Captain of Police Claude J. Stewart 



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New York — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney J. C. Ilerliliy 

27 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Gloversville (Fulton Co.) Pop. 23,099 

Chief of Police Lewis A. Fish 

Municipal Attorney James H. Wood 

Probation Officer Harry Schuman 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance; 1 motorcycle 

Hastings-on-Hudson (Westchester Co.) 

Top. 7,097 

Chief of Police John J. Donegan 

Municipal Attorney W. R. Hogan 

Probation Officer William J. Flarper 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Haverstraw (Rockland Co.) Pop. 5,621 

Chief of Police John Spissinger 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Murry, Jr. 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Hempstead (Nassau Co.) Pop. 12,650 

Chief of Police James H. Ricker 

Municipal Attorney C. H. T. Jones 

49 employees; 7 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Herkimer (Herkimer Co.) Pop. 10,446 

Chief of Police Morris J. Keller 

Municipal Attorney Francis J. Moore 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Hornell (Steuben Co.) Pop. 16,250 

Chief of Police Howard M. Travis 

Head, Identif. Div Lowell T. George 

Municipal Attorney Harry L. Allen 

22 employees; 1 motorcycle; 2 patrol cars 

Hudson (Columbia Co.) Pop. 12,337 

Chief of Police Thomas L. Connors 

Municipal Attorney L: E. McNamee 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Hudson Falls (Washington Co.) Pop. 6,449 

Chief of Police Edward H. Usher 

Municipal Attorney Edward Wait 

-5 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Ilion (Herkimer Co.) Pop. 9,890 

Chief of Police J. E. Babcock 

Assistant Chief S. D. Mott 

Municipal Attorney Albert Schneider 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



Irondequoit (Monroe Co.) 
Rochester P. O. 



Pop. 18,024 



Chief of Police Harold McFarlin 

Municipal Attorney . . . . .Robt. H. Lochner 
15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Ithaca (Tompkins Co.) Pop. 20,708 

Chief of Police William Marshall 

Captain of Detectives .... Patrick Hartnett 

Municipal Attorney Truman K. Powers 

23 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Jamestown (Chautauqua Co.) Pop. 45,155 

Chief of Police Edwin M. Nyholm 

Captain of Police Oscar F. Nelson 

Chief of Detectives Bernard Clark 

Head, Traffic Div Oscar C. Bergdahl 

Head, Policewomen Ann Gilligan 

Head, Records Div Elmer Lee 

Municipal Attorney Rollin Fancher 

54 employees; 6 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Johnson City (Broome Co.) Pop. 13,567 

Chief of Police Joseph C. Huff 

Municipal Attorney Jas. E. Connerton 

Probation Officer Walter R. Lee 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Johnstown (Fulton Co.) Pop. 10,801 

Chief of Police William Keaveney 

Assistant Chief Otto Use 

Head, Identif. Div Paul Gordon 

Municipal Attorney Alfred Dennison 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Kenmore (Erie Co.) Pop. 16,482 

Chief of Police Clarence E. Yochum 

Municipal Attorney Elton M. Dale 

Probation Officer Walter Howard 

18 em ployees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Kingston (Ulster Co.) Pop. 28,088 

Chief of Police J. Allan Wood 

Municipal Attorney John M. Cashin 

Probation Officer John Melville 

38 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lackawanna (Erie Co.) Pop. 23,948 

Chief of Police Ray R. Gilson 

Captain of Police Chas. A. Rose 

Head, Traffic Div Charles D. Curtin 

Head, Identif. Div Charles A. Rose 

Municipal Attorney E. C. Sobolewski 

Probation Officer C. P. Downey 

47 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



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Cities — New York 



New York — Cities of 



Lancaster (Erie Co.) Pop. 7,040 

Chief of Police Edward P. Bund 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Larchmont (Westchester Co.) Pop. 5,282 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Keresey 

Municipal Attorney Wm. J. McWilliams 

18 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Little Falls (Herkimer Co.) Pop. 11,105 

Chief of Police James J. Long 

Assistant Chief Jermiah Hartnett 

Municipal Attorney J. A. McTiernan 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lockport (Niagara Co.) Pop. 23,160 

Chief of Police Wm. A. Burbank 

Head, Detective Div Benj. D. Furlong 

Municipal Attorney W. Alfred Brim 

32 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance; 1 safety sound 
car 

Long Beach (Nassau Co.) Pop. 5,817 

Chief of Police Edward J. Agnew 

75 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Lynbrook (Nassau Co.) Pop. 11,993 

Chief of Police Anthony H. Heimers 

Municipal Attorney Raphael W. Alpher 

31 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Malone (Franklin Co.) Pop. 8,657 

Chief of Police Sidney J. Brooke 

Assistant Chief H. J. Monaghan 

Municipal Attorney W. MuUarney 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Mamaroneck (Westchester Co.) Pop. 11,766 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . .Maurice Thomas 

Municipal Attorney Anthony Sansone 

28 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Massena (St. Lawrence Co.) Pop. 10,637 

Chief of Police Darwin D. Shatraw 

Municipal Attorney William Cropser 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Mechanicville (Saratoga Co.) Pop. 7,924 

Chief of Police John Ennello 

Municipal Attorney Frank A. Tate 

Probation Officer Franz Moak 

7 employees; 1 motorcycle 
Medina (Orleans Co.) Pop. 6,071 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Hammond 

1 Nassau County Police Department. 



Municipal Attorney Lee J. Skinner 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Middletown (Orange Co.) Pop. 21,276 

Act'g Chief of Police. . . . Mayor R. Anderson 

Municipal Attorney Walter Deisseroth 

26 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Mineola (Nassau Co.)^ Pop. 8,155 

Commissioner of Police. .Abram W. Skidmore 
560 employees; 93 patrol cars; 15 motor- 
cycles; 5 patrol wagons 

Mt. Kisco (Westchester Co.) Pop. 5,127 

Chief of Police Walter Reynolds 

Municipal Attorney Frank Steavens 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Mt. Vernon (Westchester Co.) Pop. 61,499 

Comm'r of Pub. Safety . .Wm. H. Hussey 

Chief Inspector M. I. Silverstein 

Inspector of Detectives . . . Herman Mattes 

Head, Traffic Div Newton M. Curtis 

Head, Policewomen Emma H. Schmidt 

Head, Records Div T. J. Tierney, Jr. 

Corporation Counsel L. D. Stickles 

Probation Officer Frances Kenny 

131 employees; 21 patrol cars; 3 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Newark (Wayne Co.) Pop. 7,649 

Chief of Police S. E. McKown 

Municipal Attorney W. T. Purchase 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Newburgh (Orange Co.) Pop. 31,275 

Chief of Police Fred G. Brown 

Municipal Attorney Raphael A. Egan 

Probation Officer Emanuel Perrott 

50 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 prowl cars; 
3 motorcycles 

New Rochelle (Westchester Co.) Pop. 54,000 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Philip S. Tilden 

Chief of Police F. L. Bermingham 

Chic'f of Detectives Geo. Reifenberger 

Head, Traffic Div Walter Kirchoff 

Head, Records Div Geo. Reifenberger 

Municipal Attorney Aaron Simmons 

Probation Officer Lloyd IMaxcey 

145 employees; 18 patrol cars; 18 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

New York City (New York, 
Kings, Queens, Bronx, and 
Richmond Cos.) Pop. 6,930,446 

Police CommW Lewis J. \'alentine 



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THE POLICE 



New York — Cities of 



Probation Officer Herman E. Kuglin 

24 employees; 2 patrol car-ambulances; 
4 motorcycles 

Norwich (Chenango Co.) Pop. 8,378 

Chiij of Police Lelan Brookins 

Municipal Attorney James Coleman 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Nyack (Rockland Co.) Pop. 5,392 

Chief of Police Raymond Gray 

Head, Traffic Div Royden Garrabrant 

Head, Identif. Div Elliott T. Odell 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Ogdensburg (St. Lawrence Co.) Pop. 16,915 

Chief of Police Herbert S. Myers 

Municipal Attorney Donald Sanford 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Olean (Cattaraugus Co.) Pop. 21, 790 

Chief of Police Russell A. Waters 

Municipal Attorney J. A. Nevins 

Oneida (Madison Co.) Pop. 10,558 

Chief of Police J. A. Murphy 

Head, Identif. Div Leo McGlynn 

Municipal Attorney Anthony Gambitta 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Oneonta (Otsego Co.) Pop. 12,536 

Chief of Police Frank N. Horton 

Head, Identif. Div Louis M. Thomas 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Jackson 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Ossining (Westchester Co.) Pop. 15,241 

Chief of Police Spencer Purdy 

Assistant Chief Frank D. Carlson 

Head, Traffic Div Arthur W. Mead 

Municipal Attorney John P. Powers 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Oswego (Oswego Co.) Pop. 22,652 

Chief of Police Thomas Mowatt 

Head, Identif. Div John H. Davies 

Municipal Attorney Harry C. Mizen 

23 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Patchogue (Suffolk Co.) Pop. 6,860 

Chief of Police Reynold K. Wicks 

Municipal Attorney Douglas Skidmore 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars 

'Criminal prosecutions are handled by the five district attorneys of the five counties in which city 
is located. See county listings. 

2 Probation officers work through and under jurisdiction of their respective courts. 

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1st Deputy Comni'r John J. Seery 

2nd Deputy Comm'r Francis J. Rear 

3rd Deputy Comm'r Michael A. Lyons 

4th Deputy Comm'r Cornelius O'Leary 

5th Deputy Comm'r Martin H. Meaney 

6th Deputy Comm'r John H. Morris 

Chief Inspector Louis H. Costuma 

Asst. Chief Inspector . . . .John J. Ryan 
Dep. Ch. Ins p., 

Detectives D. J. Curtayne 

Dep. Ch. Insp., 

Motorcycle Div Hugo O. Wunsche 

Dep. Ch. Insp., 

Mounted Div Thos. L. Byrnes 

Dep. Ch. Insp., Motor 

Trans p. Mtc. Div John J. O'Connell 

Dep. Ch. Insp., Traffic. .James J. Sheehy 
Captain, Safety Bureau. .Matthew A. Skea 
Dir., Police Academy. . . .John J. O'Connell 
Insp., Emerg. Serv. Div.. A. W. Wallander 
Dep. Insp., License Div. .Thos. F. Berkery 
Head, Crime Preven. 

{Juvenile Aid Bureau). ]ohn H. Morris 

Head, Policeivotnen Mary A. Sullivan 

Insp., Statistical and 

Criminal Identif. Bur.. Jos. J. Donovan 
Borough Commands 
Dep. Ch. Insp., Man- 
hattan John J. DeMartino 

Dep. Ch. Insp., 

Bronx James F. McGoey 

Dep. Ch. Insp., Brooklyn 

and Richmond Joseph Reynolds 

Dep. Ch. Insp., Queens. .Harry L. Lobdell 

Municipal Attorney ^ 

Probation Officer ^ 

18,539 employees; 498 patrol cars; 363 
motorcycles; 36 patrol wagons; 22 emergency 
trucks; 10 motor launches; 2 airplanes 

Niagara Falls (Niagara Co.) Pop. 75,460 

Supt. of Police Thomas J. Holohan 

Assistant Supt August Rieger 

Chief of Detectives Geo. H. Callinan 

Head, Traffic Div John J. Dietz 

Municipal Attorney J. Wm. O'Brien 

124 employees; 7 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

North Tonawanda (Niagara Co.) Pop. 19,019 

Chief of Police F. A. Hoefert 

Captain of Police Albert D. Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Arthur Hey 

Municipal Attorney Henry W. Schmidt 



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Cities— New York 



New York — Cities of 



Peekskill (Westchester Co.) Pop. 17,125 

Chicj of Police Joseph A. Lillis 

Municipal Attorney E. G. Halsey, Jr. 

23 employees; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles 

Penn Yan (Yates Co.) Top. 5,329 

Chief of Police James W. S. Moody 

Municipal Attorney John J. Hyland 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Plattsburgh (Clinton Co.) Pop. 13,349 

Chief of Police C. L. Fleming 

Head, Idcntif. Div Elmer E. Gray 

Municipal Attorney Harry P. Kehoe 

Probation Officer Mrs. Jane Watson 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Port Chester (Westchester Co.) Pop. 22,662 

Chief of Police A. Leo Brogan 

Municipal Attorney Irving Wein 

42 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Port Jervis (Orange Co.) Pop. 10,243 

Chief of Police Edw. V. Moorehead 

Municipal Attorney Byron E. Harding 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Co.) Pop. 40,288 

Geo. Leadbitter 
George T. Brophy 
Elizabeth Lynch 
Harvey F. Boyd 
John M. Powers 
Paul A. Rieser 
Herman Merkel 
cars; 6 motorcycles; 



Poughkeepsie (Dutchess 

Chief of Police 

Captain of Detectives . . . 
Head, Policewomen .... 
Dir., Police Training. . . 

Head, Idcntif. Div 

Municipal Attorney. . . . 

Probation Officer 

63 employees ; 4 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Rensselaer (Rensselaer Co.) Pop. 11,223 

Chief of Police Richard S. Goode 

Assistant Chief Philip J. Powers 

Chief of Detectives John Warden 

Municipal Attorney La Verne Orvis 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Rochester (Monroe Co.) Pop. 328,132 

Dir. of Public Safety Thos. C. Woods 

Chief of Police H. T. Copenhagen 

Assistant Chief William R. Miller 

Chief of Detectives Edw. W. Collins 

Head, Traffiic Div George V. Heisel 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Bryan E. Ford 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. A. Winfield 

Head, Records Div Charles W. VoUmer 

Municipal Attorney William Emerson 

Probation Officer E. L. V. Beebe 

485 employees; 19 patrol cars; 16 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Rockville Centre (Nassau Co.) Pop. 13,718 

Chief of Police Thomas A. Eibler 

Chief of Detectives William Happ 

Head, Records Div Pierre E. Teets 

Municipal Attorney L T. Longworth 

37 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Rome (Oneida Co.) Pop. 32,338 

Chief of Police Joseph T. Owens 

Assistant Chief John H. Bowes 

Head, Identif. Div C. L. Frank 

Head, Records Div C. M. Leffert 

Municipal Attorney Wm. J. Powers, Jr. 

30 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Rye (Westchester Co.) Pop. 8,712 

Chief of Police Howard B. Searles 

Municipal Attorney Daniel Kelly 

34 employees; 6 patrol cars 

Salamanca (Cattaraugus Co.) Pop. 9,577 

Chief of Police Frank J. Nobles 

Assistant Chief Gilbert Buckley 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Seymour 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Saranac Lake (Franklin Co.) Pop. 8,020 

Chief of Police James B. Coughlin 

Municipal Attorney Francis Stephen 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Saratoga Springs (Saratoga Co.) Pop. 13,169 

Chief of Police John J. A'Hearn 

Municipal Attorney Francis Dorsey 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Scarsdale (Westchester Co.) 



Pop. 9,690 



Chief of Police William J. Short 

Municipal Attorney Thorne Baker 

26 employees;. 3 patrol car-ambulances; 
1 detectives' car; 2 motorcycles 

Schenectady (Schenectady Co.) Pop. 95,692 

Chief of Police Joseph A. Peters 

Chief of Detectives A. P. Mountain 

Head, Traffic Div Abram H. Fairlee 

Chief, Patrol Div Henry F. Madigan 

Juvenile Officer William H. McGinn 

Head, Identif. Div James J. Mageean 

Head, Records Div Joseph L. Kennedy 

Municipal Attorney Arlen St. Louis 

Probation Officer Mrs. M. BoUacker 

165 employees; 9 patrol cars; 9 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



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THE POLICE 



Scotia (Schenectady Co.) 

ChieJ of Police W. F. Cassidy 

Municipal Attorney Howard Murin 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



New York — Cities of 
Pop. 7,437 Tupper Lake (Franklin Co.) 



Pop. 5,271 

Chief of Police J. Edward Timmons 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Hastings 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Seneca Falls (Seneca Co.) 



Pop. 6,443 Utica (Oneida Co.) 



Chief of Police James Woods 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Koch 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Solvay (Onondaga Co.) Pop. 7,986 

Chief of Police Thomas J. Brock 

Municipal Attorney Daniel Mathews 

13 employees; 1 patrol car 



Pop. 101,740 

Public Safety Inspector i. Charles F. Curtin 

Assistant Chief D. Jankiewicz 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Leo F. Miller 

Head, Traffic Div George Blum 

Head, Accident Preven. . . Frank J. Clark 

Head, Records Div Walter Hoetzer 

Municipal Attorney Bartle Gorman 

Probation Officer Thomas Fletcher 

168 employees 



Syracuse (Onondaga Co.) 



Pop. 209,326 Valley Stream (Nassau Co.) Pop. 11,790 



Chief of Police William E. Rapp 

Assistant Chiefs John A. Kinney 

R. W. Humphry 
Captain of Detectives .... William Metzger 

Head, Traffic Div Michael McCarthy 

Head, Accident Preven.. .T. M. Hennigan 

Head, Crime Preven Charles O'Donnell 

Head, Policewomen Nellie A. Travis 

Head, Idcntif. Div P. J. Hanlon 

Municipal Attorney James C. Tormey 

318 employees; 15 patrol cars; 12 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 ambulances 



Tarrytown (Westchester Co.) 



Pop. 6,841 



Chief of Police James J. Burns 

Village Attorney Herbert V. A. Hall 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



( Under jurisdiction of Nassau County 
Police Department with headquarters in 
Mineola, N. Y.) 

Watertown (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 32,205 

Chief of Police Edw. J. Curtin 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Ormiston 

Probation Officer A. S. Wood 

37 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Waverly (Tioga Co.) Pop. 5,662 

Chief of Police Lloyd Hedges 

Municipal Attorney Francis Clohessy 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Whitehall (Washington Co.) 



Pop. 5,191 



Tonawanda (Erie Co.) 



Pop. 12,681 



Chief of Police George C. Marohn 

Municipal Attorney Roland Ba.xter 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Troy (Rensselaer Co.) 



Pop. 72,763 



Chief of Police John B. Conroy 

Chief of Detectives John F. Lynch 

Head, Traffic Div Frank Connery 

Head, Identif. Div Harry Burt 

Municipal Attorney F. S. Parmenter 

172 employees; 6 patrol cars; 10 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Tuckahoe (Westchester Co.) 



Pop. 6,138 



Act'g Chief of Police . . . .Harry Gorman 

Mutiicipal Attorney Alexander Brown 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

1 In command of police department. 



Chief of Police Edgar C. Whalen 

Municipal Attorney Francis St. Clair 

4 employees 

White Plains (Westchester Co.) Pop. 35,830 

Chief of Police William Miller 

Lieut, of Detectives Thomas Hughes 

Head, Traffic Div George F. Johnson 

Head, Identif. Div Edward J. Joyce 

Municipal Attorney William Condit 

105 employees; 9 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Yonkers (Westchester Co.) Pop. 134,646 

Chief of Police Edward J. Quirk 

Municipal Attorney L. G. McAneny 

Probation Officer Mathew A. Lesnick 

297 employees; 18 patrol cars; 12 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 



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State and Counties — North Carolina 



North Carolina 

State Capital: Raleigh 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Clyde R. Hoey (Raleigh) 

Attorney General Harry McMullan (Raleigh) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Cutler Moore (Raleigh) 

State Department of Revenue (Raleigh) 

Commissioner A.J. Maxwell 

Assistant Commissioner W. J. Spain 

state highway patrol (Raleigh) 

Major John T. Armstrong 

216 employees; 172 patrol cars; 40 motorcycles 

State Department or Justice (Raleigh) 
Attorney General Harry McMullan 

BUREAU OF identification AND INVESTIGATION (Raleigh) 

Director Fred C. Handy 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison Division (Raleigh) R. G. Johnson, Exec. Dir. 

State Prison (Raleigh) Hugh H. Wilson, Warden 

Stonewall Jackson Manual & Industrial Training School (Con- 
cord) Chas. E. Boger, Supt. 

Eastern Carolina Industrial Training School (Rocky Mount). S. E. Leonard, Supt. 

Farm Colony for Women (Kinston) Elsie Ernst, Supt. 

Samaracand Manor (Samaracand) Grace M. Robson, Supt. 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Attv. 

Alamance Graham W. V. Copeland W. D. Barrett 

Alexander Taylorsville H. L. Mays Avalon E. Hall 

Alleghany Sparta D. T. Bryan R. F. Grouse 

Anson Wadesboro S. M. Gaddy T. L. Caudle 

Ashe Jefferson W. E. Miller Erie McMichal 

Avery Newland W. H. Hughes Avalon Hall 

Beauford Washington Wm. Rumley E. A. Daniels 

Bertie Windsor F. M. Dunstan J. B. Davenport 

Bladen Elizabethtown H. Manly Clark Leon D. Smith 

Brunswick Southport Dillon L. Ganey C. Ed. Taylor 

Buncombe Asheville L. E. Brown Robert M. Wells 

Burke Morganton Paul M. Dale Gordon Boger 

Cabarrus Concord Roy C. Hoover L. T. Hartsell 

Caldwell Lenoir J. F. Parher Max C. Wilson 

Camden Camden J. F. Forbes Chester Morris 

Carteret Beaufort German Holland A. L. Hamilton 

Caswell Yanceyville J. H. Gunn E. F. Upchurch 

Catawba Newton Ray E. Pitts R. H. Shuford 

Chatham Pittsboro G.H.Andrews Wade Barber 

Cherokee Murphy J. C. Townson John M. Queen 

Chowan Edenton J. A. Bunch J. W. Graham 

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Prob.^tion Agt. 

L. C. Williams 
Luther Byson 
Lillie Ervin 
Mary Robinson 
Ruth Tugman 
Mrs. Alma Freeks 
Mrs. J. Randolph 
Mary B. Griffin 
Isabella Cox 
C. C. Russ 
E. E. Connor 
Elizabeth Sneed 
E. F. White 
George Wilcox 
Roy B. Godfrey 
Mrs. G. 

Henderson 
Mrs. W. Wilson 
Frances Lentz 
Mrs. C. Strowd 
Mrs. M. Mauney 
William Perkins 



North Carolina — Counties 



THE POLICE 



North Carolina — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Clay Hayesville 

Cleveland Shelby 

Columbus Whiteville 

Craven New Bern 

Cumberland Fayetteville 

Currituck Currituck 

Dare Manteo 

Davidson Lexington 

Davie Mocksville 

Duplin Kenansville 

Durham Durham 

Edgecombe Tarboro 

Forsyth Winston-Salem 

Franklin Louisburg 

Gaston Gastonia 

Gates Gatesville 

Graham Robbinsville 

Granville Oxford 

Greene Snow Hill 

Guilford Greensboro 

Halifax Halifax 

Harnett LUlington 

Haywood Waynesville 

Henderson Hendersonville 

Hertford Win ton 

Hoke Raeford 

H3'de Swanquarter 

Iredell Statesville 

Jackson Sylva 

Johnston Smithfield 

Jones Trenton 

Lee Sanf ord 

Lenoir Kinston 

Lincoln Lincoln ton 

McDowell Marion 

Macon Franklin 

Madison Marshall 

Martin WiUiamston 

Mecklenburg .... Charlotte 

Mitchell Bakersville 

Montgomery. . . .Troy 

Moore Carthage 

Nash Nashville 

New Hanover. . . . Wilmington 
Northhampton . .Jackson 

Onslow Jacksonville 

Orange Hillsboro 

Pamlico. . ^ Bayboro 

Pasquotank Elizabeth City 

Pender Burgaw 

Perquimans Hertford 

Person Roxboro 

Pitt Greenville 

Polk Columbus 

Randolph Asheboro 

Richmond Rockingham 



Sheriff 

Everett O. Smith 
J. R. Cline 
H. D. Stanley 
R. B. Lane 
N. H. McGeachy 
L. L. Dozier 
D. V. Meekins 
Raymond Bowers 
L. S. Bowden 

D. S. Williamson 

E. G. Belvin 
W. E. Bardin 
E. G. Shore 
J. P. Moore 

C. O. Robinson 
G. W. Williams 
Fred S. Martin 
E. P. Davis 
H. K. Cobb 
Joe S. Phipps 
Joe L. Riddick 
W. E. Salmon 
R. V. Welch 
W. E. Davis 

C. W. Parker 

D. T. Hodgin 
S. O. Jones 

J. W. Moore 
Leonard Holden 
Kirby L. Rose 
John W. Creagh 
A. G. Buchanan 
S. R. Churchill 
Geo. E. Rudisill 
Grady Nichols 

A. B. Slagle 
Guy English 
C. B. Roebuck 
G. Mack Riley 
Iss J. Woody 
Earl D. Bruton 
C. J. McDonald 
C. V. Faulkner 
C. David Jones 
J. C. Stephenson 

B. F. Morton 
S. T. Latta, Jr. 
R. A. Whorton 
Chas. Carmine 
J. T. Brown 

J. E. Winslow 
M. T. Clayton 
J. Knott Proctor 
W. D. Hines 
Carl E. King 

E. B. Morse 

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Co. Pros. Atty. 

John M. Queen 
Frank Hoyle, Jr. 
Raymon Malard 
J. W. Beamon 
C. G. Rose, Jr. 
Chester INIorris 
Martin Kellogg 
P. G. Stoner 

A. T. Grant 
R. L. West 

S. C. Brawley 
C. H. Leggett 
J. E. McMichael 
C. P. Green 
J. G. Carpenter 
Chester Morris 
John M. Queen 
Will M. Hicks 
W. P. Moore 
H. L. Koontz 
Wade H. Dickens 
C. C. Cannady 
John M. Queen 
M. M. Redden 
James B. Burden 
G. G. Dickson 
Chester Morris 
W. R. Battley 
John M. Queen 
Wm. I. Godwin 
J. K. Warren 
C. C. Cannady 
J. Frank Wooten 

B. F. Heafner 
W"m. D. Lonon 

John M. Queen 
Bob Wells 
Don E. Johnson 
Hugh McAulay 
Avalon E. Hall 
G. S. Garris 
W. L. McKeithen 
H. E. May 
Winfield Smith 
Edgar Martin 
J. A. Barker 
W. H. Murdock 
Julius Dees 
W. W. Cahoon 
L. H. Corbett 

C. E. Johnson 
T. F. Davis 
Chas. Whedbee 
C. O. Redings 
C. L. Coggins 
Roland S. Pruitt 



Probation kci. 

Christine Anderson 
Mrs. L. Ledford 
Mrs. J. R. Nunn 
Mrs. J. Whitford 
E. L. Hauser 
Norman Hughes 
I. P. Davis 

E. Clyde Hunt 
Leona Graham 
Mrs. H. Boney 
W. E. Stanley 
Mrs. M. Forbes 
A. W. Cline 
Mrs. J. Mitchiner 
Agnes Thomas 
Mrs. C. Gatling 
M. J. Lynam 
Mrs. Lee Taylor 
Rachel P. Sugg 
Mrs. B. C. Sterne 
J. B. Hall 

Lillie Davis 
Mrs. J. D. Stentz 
A. G. Randolph 
Mrs. I. F. Snipes 
Mrs. C. H. Giles 
Mrs. E. C. Watson 
Mrs. R. Rickert 
G. C. Henson 
Mrs. D. Thurston 

F. J. Koonce 
J. D. Pegram 

G. D. Hanrahan 
Jane Sullivan 
Mrs. G. W. 

Kirkpa trick 
Mrs. E. G. Franks 
Calvin R. Edney 
Mary W. Taylor 
Mrs. L. Neikirk 
Otto Woody 
Chas. J. McLeod 
Mrs. L. G. Brown 
James A. Glover 
J. R. HoUis 
Iris Flythe 
Laura Matthews 
W. T. Mattox 
Don Carawan 
A. H. Outlaw 
Viola Scott 
Ruth Davenport 
Mrs. T. Wagsta£f 
K. T. FutreU 
Rebecca Hoskins 
Lillie BuUa 
O. G. Reynolds 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — North Carolina 



North Carolina — Counties of 

County Co. Skat Sheriff Co. Pros. Attv. 

Robeson TAunberton E. C. Wade W. C. Watts 

Rockingham W'entworth Leon W. Worsham R. J. Scott 

Rowan Salisbury J. H. Krider W. Tom Burke 

Rutherford Rutherfordton C. C. Moore C. O. Redings 

Sampson Clinton Clarence C. Tart Wm. G. King 

Scotland Laurinburg W. D. Reynolds Joe M. Cox 

Stanley Albemarle Robert L. Furr Hal Turner 

Stokes Danbury J. John Taylor R. J. Scott 

Surrey Dobson Harvey S. Boyd R. J. Scott 

Swain Bryson City G. H. Martin John M. Queen 

Transylvania. .. .Brevard G. D. Shuford C. O. Redings 

Tyrrell Columbia B. Ray Cahoon S. S. Woodley 

Union Monroe B. Frank Niven Henry B. Smith 

Vance Henderson L. L. Swanson E. R. Tyler 

Wake Raleigh N. F. Turner W. Y. Bickett 

Warren Warrenton W. J. Pinnell J. P. Pippen 

Washington Plymouth J. K. Reid Don Gilliam 

Watauga Boone A. J. Edminsten L. S. Spurling 

Wayne Goldsboro Paul C. Garrison Chas. P. Gaylor 

Wilkes Wilkesboro C. T. Doughton Avalon E. Hall 

Wilson Wilson W. A. Weathersby Silas Lucas 

Yadkin Yadkinville A. L. Inscore David L. Kelly 

Yancey Burnsville Donald Banks C. O. Redings 



Probation Act. 

Mrs. K. McLeod 
Mrs. J. L. Wilson 
Mrs. M. O. Linton 
Mrs. O. C. Turner 
A. W. Daughtry 
E. F. Murray 
Otto B. Mabry 
Ella Donning 
Bausie Marion 
Glenna Woodard 
Mrs. D. Patton 
J. W. Hamilton 
Mrs. G. Lee, Jr. 
Mrs. E. Austin 
Mrs. T. Bickett 
Lucy I. Leach 
Ursula Bateman 
Marguerite Miller 
J. A. Best 
C. C. McNeiU 
M. G. Fulgham 
Joseline Harding 
Annie W. Bennett 



City Agencies and Officials 



Asheboro (Randolph Co.) Pop. 5,021 

Chief of Police Dewey C. Bulla 

Assistant Chief Pearl F. Miller 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Asheville (Buncombe Co 

Dir. of Public Safety 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

68 employees; 7 patrol 



.) Pop. 50,193 

Weldon J. Weir 
Charles W. Dermid 
A. J. Smith 
Fred Jones 
R. L. Sluder 
Earl Deweese 
NeU R. Singer 
W. C. Hampton 
cars; 4 motorcycles 



Burlington (Alamance Co.) Pop. 9,737 

Chief of Police C. A. Stanford 

Assistant Chief M. P. Robertson 

18 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Canton (Haywood Co.) Pop. 5,117 

Chief of Police W. N. Stroup 

Municipal Attorney Thomas Clark 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Charlotte (Mecklenburg Co.) Pop. 82,675 

Comm'r of Police K. A. Grice 

Chief of Police E.J. Nolan 

Chief of Detectives F. N. Littlejohn 



Chiefs of Patrol Div H. M. Joyner 



Head, Crime Preven.. 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Policewomen . . 
Head, Traffic Div.. . . 
Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Head, Records Div. . . 
Municipal Attorney. . 
Probation Officer 



Alex West 

A. T. Brown 
.S. Lineberry 
. C. W. Wilson 
. Stella Patterson 
.B. A. Williams 
.S. Lineberry 
.J. H. Pierczynski 
. George F. Swank 
.J. M. Scarborough 
.B.L. Baker 



106 employees; 13 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles 



Concord (Cabarrus Co.) 



Pop. 11,820 



Chief of Police B. F. Widenhouse 

Municipal Attorney W. D. Brown 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Durham (Durham Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safety . 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives . . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Municipal Attorney . . 
Probation Officer. 



Pop. 52,037 



W. J. Ciroom 
. G. W. Proctor 
.W. E. Burgess 
. Fred Lloyd 
. G. C. Robinson 
.L. A. KeUy 
. C. V. Jones 

Fred Lloyd 



69 employees; 8 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 



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THE POLICE 



North Carolina — Cities of 



Elizabeth City (Pasquotank Co.) Pop. 10,037 

Chief of Police R. C. Madrin 

Assistant Chief W. W. Spence 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Jennette 

12 employees; 2 motorcycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Fayetteville (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 13,049 

Chief of Police B. McBryde 

Assistant Chief Roy Godwin 

Head, Idcntif. Div C. S. Jones 

Head, Records Div Mrs. J. R. Jones 

Municipal Attorney G. S. Quillan 

24 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Gastonia (Gaston Co.) 
Chief of Police . 



Pop. 17,093 

J. C. Elliott 

Assistant Chief C. L. Hord 

Head, Traffic' Div W. M. Parrish 

Municipal Attorney O. F. Mason, Jr. 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Goldsboro (Wayne Co.) Pop. 14,985 

Chief of Police E.J. Tew 

Municipal Attorney Archie Dees 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Greensboro (Guilford Co.) Pop. 53,569 

Chief of Police L. L. Jarvis 

Captain of Police E. H. Johnson 

Captain of Detectives . . . .H. W. Brannock 

Head, Traffic Div J. A. Lowdermilk 

Head, Identif. Div Allen A. Brewer 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .E. D. Kuykendall 

76 employees; 8 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 safety cars 

Greenville (Pitt Co.) Pop. 9,194 

Chief of Police G. A. Clark 

Assistant Chief J. L. Whichand 

Municipal Attorney Harry Brown 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Henderson (Vance Co.) Pop. 6,345 

Chief of Police J. H. Langston 

Assistant Chief J. E. Parks 

Municipal Attorney A. A. Bunn 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Hendersonville (Henderson Co.) Pop. 5,070 

Chief of Police Otis V. Powers 

Assistant Chief C. H. Edney 

Probation Officer A. V. Edwards 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Hickory (Catawba Co.) Pop. 7,363 

Chief of Police E. W. Lentz 



Assistant Chief H. A. Hoon 

Municipal Attorney D. M. McCombs 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

High Point (Guilford Co.) Pop. 36,745 

Chief of Police W. G. Friddle 

Captain of Police W. C. Johnson 

Sergt. of Detectives J. W. McMahon 

Head, Traffic Div J. O. Pike 

Head, Records Div J. W. AIcMahon 

Municipal Attorney Byron Haworth 

41 employees; 5 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

Kings Mountain (Cleveland Co.) Pop. 5,632 

Chief of Police J. A. Burns 

Municipal Attorney J. R. Davis 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Kinston (Lenoir Co.) Pop. 11,362 

Chief of Police J. I. Brown 

Capt. of Detectives N. B. Evans 

Head, Identif. Div CM. StanseU 

Municipal Attorney R. A. Whitaker 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lenoir (Caldwell Co.) Pop. 6,532 

Chief of Police J. W. Welsh 

Assistant Chief Fred Dover 

Municipal Attorney L. H. Wall 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lexington (Davidson Co.) Pop. 9,652 

Chief of Police W. R. Lanning 

Municipal Attorney P. G. Stoner 

Probation Officer Clyde Hunt 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Monroe (Union Co.) Pop. 6,100 

Chief of Police Emsley Armfield 

Assistant Chief Vann Hinson 

Municipal Attorney H. B. Smith 

Probation Officer Emmett J. Griffin 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Mooresville (Iredell Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney 

5 employees; 1 

Morganton (Burke Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Traffic Div 

7 employees; 1 patrol 

Mount Airy (Surry Co.) 

Chief of Police , 

9 employees; 1 



Pop. 5,619 

J. S. Nesbit 
George A. Morrow 
patrol car 

Pop. 6,001 

Fons Duckworth 
H. L. McGalliard 
E. A. Whisenant 
car; 1 motorcycle 

Pop. 6,045 

R. E. Lawrence 
patrol car 



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State— North Dakota 



North Carolina — Cities of 



New Bern (Craven Co.) Top. 11,981 

Chief of Police Edmon IJelangen 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Lee 

Raleigh (Wake Co.) Pop. 37,379 

Chief of Police A. L. Bailey 

Assistant Chief N. Warren 

Chief of Detectives Bruce M. Poole 

Head, Policeivomen Maude Barnes 

Head, Traffic Div H. B. Williamson 

Head, Identif. Div W. P. Whitley 

Head, Records Div Norwood Matthews 

Municipal Attorney Phil Burbee 

Probation Officer Earl Smith 

56 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Reidsville (Rockingham Co.) Pop. 6,851 

Chief of Police J. M. Gold 

Head, Identif. Div J. M. Pollard 

Municipal Attorney D. F. Mayberry 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Rocky Mount (Nash Co.) Pop. 21,412 

Chief of Police J. R- Thomas 

Mtmicipal Attorney Lynwood Elmore 

27 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Salisbury (Rowan Co 

Chief of Police 

Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Head, Identif. Div 
Municipal Attorney 



) Pop. 16,951 

. ..J. D. Poole 
. . . J. A. Wagoner 
...J. A. Whitley 
J. W. Ellis 



18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Shelby (Cleveland Co.) Pop. 10,789 

Chief of Police W. K. Hardin 

Municipal Attorney B. T. Falls 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Statesville (Iredell Co.) Pop. 10,490 

Chief of Police W. S. Thomas 

Assistant Chief Sam McCrary 

Head, Identif. Div Charles Rumple 

Head, Records Div Charles Rumple 

Municipal Attorney John Scott 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Tarboro (Edgecombe Co.) Pop. 6,397 

Chief of Police W. Robert Worsley 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Gillam & Bond 
7 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol wagon 

Thomasville (Davidson Co.) Pop. 10,090 

Chief of Police F. C. Smith 

Municipal Attorney H. R. Kyser 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Washington (Beaufort Co.) Pop. 7,035 

Chief of Police A. L. Singleton 

Assistant Chief H. S. Snell 

Municipal Attorney Wm. B. Rodman, Jr. 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Wilmington (New Hanover Co.) Pop. 32,270 

Chief of Police Joseph C. Rourk 

Assistant Chief Chas. H. Casteen 

Chief of Detectives O. V. Thompson 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. Kate Brewer 

Head, Traffic Div John H. Davis 

Head, Identif. Div Harry E. Fales 

Municipal Attorney Alan A. Marshall 

Probation Officer Robert H. HoUis 

45 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Wilson (Wilson Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorneys. 
Probation Officer. 



Pop. 12,613 

.C. P. Hocutt 
R. L. Gay 

. Finch, Rand & Finch 
. S. E. W. Kenney 



20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Winston-Salem (Forsyth Co.) . . .Pop. 75,274 

Chief of Police Walter F. Anderson 

Assistant Chief Ralph G. Simpson 

Chief of Detectives William R. Burke 

Head, Identif. Div Eugene C. Fender 

Head, Records Div Kate Wurreschke 

Municipal Attorney Joe W. Johnson 

Probation Officer Clyde W. Haire 

108 employees; 10 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



North Dakota 

State Capital: Bismarck 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor John Moses (Bismarck) 

Attorney General Alvin C. Strutz (Bismarck) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman C. S. Ladd (Bismarck) 

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THE POLICE 



North Dakota — State of 

State Highwa\ Department (Bismarck) 
Commissioner J. S. Lamb 

NORTH DAKOTA STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (Bismarck) 

Superintendent Frank L. Putnam 

AssH Supt. and Safety Director A. B. O'Connor 

13 employees; 12 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

State Bureau of Criminal Identieication and Statistics (Bismarck) 
Superintendent Melvin Erickson 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Bismarck) J. O. Nygaard, Warderi 

State Training School (Mandan) W. F. McClelland, Siipt. 

State Parole Board (Bismarck) Gov. John Moses, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Bismarck) J. Arthur Vandal 



County Agencies and OflEicials 



County 



Co. Seat 



Sheriff 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Probation Act.' 



Adams Hettinger C. A. Ginter 

Barnes Valley City Leo Stowman 

Benson Minnewaukan Art Crane 

Billings Medora F. A. Patrikus 

Bottineau Bottineau H. N. Hanson 

Bowman Bowman J. R. Hawks 

Burke Bowbells H. M. Swenson 

Burleigh Bismarck J. A. Kohler 

Cass Fargo A. E. Roethke 

Cavalier Langdon Tony Braus 

Dickey EUendale C. A. Newton 

Divide Crosby L. Gilbertson 

Dunn Manning Ray Watkins 

Eddy New Rockford Chris Taverna 

Emmons Linton J. J. Fettig 

Foster Carrington Victor Hanson 

Golden Valley . . . Beach G. P. Cook 

Grand Forks Grand Forks Oscar Redwing 

Grant Carson G. R. Will 

Griggs Cooperstown N. J. Thune 

Hettinger Mott Henry Barry 

Kidder Steele J. E. Sackman 

LaMoure LaMoure C. C. Paulson 

Logan Napoleon Philip Fry 

McHenry Towner Guy Livingston 

Mcintosh Ashley Michael Henne 

McKenzie Schafer J. J. Zitek 

McLean Washburn John Huston 

Mercer. Stanton Otto Poschadel 

Morton Mandan E. O. Lidstrom 

Mountrail Stanley L. C. Hungate 

Nelson Lakota F. W. Nelson 

Oliver Center H. H. Hagerott 

Pembina Cavalier Stone Hillman 

Pierce Rugby O. M. Rohrer 

' No county probation agents. District court appoints 
agent in cases where probation is granted. 

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Henry Moen 
W. R. Pearce 
Ole EUefson 

C. E. Crane 
O. B. Benson 
M. S. Bvrne 
Earl Walter 
G. S. Register 
Ralph Croal 

J. M. Snowfield 

D. R. Crabtree 
R. H. Points 
H. L. Malloy 
Glynn Manly 
Robert Chesrown 
G. D. Reimers 
Guv Lee 

W.'B. Arnold 

E. A. Giese 
M. W. Duffy 
H. P. Jacobsen 
Arne Mnje 

A. G. Porter 
August Doerr 
T. D. Morrow 
M. A. Wishek 
W. A. Jacobson 
G. A. Lindell 
T. A. Sailer 
J. Hanlev, Jr. 

F. F. Wyckoff 

E. C. Boostrom 
Burton Wilcox 

F. S. Snowfield 
R. A. Heringer 

shcrilT or other individual to act as probation 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — North Dakota 



North Dakota — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Ramsey Devils Lake 

Ransom Lisbon 

Renville Mohall 

Richland Wahpeton 

Rolette RoUa 

Sargent Forman 

Sheridan McClusky 

Sioux Ft. Yates 

Slope Amidon 

Stark Dickinson 

Steele Finle}' 

Stutsman Jamestown 

Towner Cando 

Traill Hillsboro 

Walsh Grafton 

Ward INlinot 

Wells Fessenden 

Williams Williston 



A. T. Chisholm 
A. P. Tiedeman 

D. J. Foster 
John P. Dietz 
Arthur Wayne 
A. Christiansen 
John Morlock 
Jas. A. Wells 
W. D. ]\lahonev 
L W. Gerlich 
Albert Sparrow 
O. K. Butts 

H. W. Gibbens 

E. R. Ahrlin 

F. T. Kieley 
Peter Witt' 
A. Wahl 

H. C. Helle 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

O. C. Teigen 
C. S. Ego 
P. M. Clark 

C. Schneller 

D. J. McLennan 
W. C. King 

P. A. Winter 
Irving Koths 
T. Swendseid 
T. F. IMurtha 
A. ]\L Snortland 
R. D. Chase 
J. J. Kehoe 
C. H. Shafer 
Albert Lundberg 
R. A. Ilvedson 
A. Wartner, Jr. 
Eugene Burdick 



Probation Act. i 



Bismarck (Burleigh Co.) 



City Agencies and Officials 
Pop. 11,090 Jamestown (Stutsman Co.) 



Pop. 8,187 



Chief of Police B. A. Weohle 

Municipal Attorney C. L. Foster 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Devils Lake (Ramsey Co.) 



Pop. 5,451 



Chief of Police Peter G. Timboe 

Sergeant of Police Bert Pelissier 

Municipal Attorney Fred Cuthbert 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Dickinson (Stark Co.) 



Pop. 5,025 



Chief of Police Cyril L. Drury 

Head, Traffic Div ]\Iike Drury 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Sturgeon 

Probation Officer Murray Dickson 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Fargo (Cass Co.) 



Pop. 28,619 



Chief of Police C. W. Albright 

Head, Idenlif. Div A. E. Quam 

Miniicipal Attorney C. C. Wattam 

41 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Grand Forks (Grand Forks Co.) Pop. 17,112 



Chief of Police Walter S. Danuser 

Assistant Chief Joseph Docktor 

Head, Traffic Div Don J. Atchison 

Municipal Attorney Harry E. Rittgers 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Mandan (Morton Co.) 



Pop. 5,037 



Chief of Police J. P. Buckley 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Minot (Ward Co.) 



Pop. 16,099 



Chief of Police W. E. Slaybaugh 

Captain of Police W. L. Bakeman 

Municipal Attorney O. B. Herigstad 

Probation Officer Mark Chatfield 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Valley City (Barnes Co.) 



Pop. 5,268 



Chief of Police James Kelly 

Assistant Chief E. H. Swanson 

Municipal Attorney L. T. Sproul 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 



Williston (Williams Co.) 



Pop. 5,106 



Chief of Police Ed Hough 

Captain of Police R. H. Jagd 

Municipal Attorney Harold D. Shaft Chief of Police Ole Olson 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; Municipal Attorney Thomas Craven 

1 patrol wagon 3 employees 

^ No county probation agents. District court appoints sheriff or other individual to act as probation 
agent in cases where probation is granted. 

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Ohio — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Ohio 

State Capital: Columbus 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor John W. Bricker (Columbus) 

Attorney General Thos. J. Herbert (Columbus) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman J. B. Taylor (Columbus) 

Ohio State Highway Patrol (1117 E. Broad St., Columbus) 

Superintendent Lynn Black 

Deputy Superintendent Fred Moritz 

Captain, Uniform Div George Mingle 

265 employees; 87 patrol cars; 93 motorcycles 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification (London) 
Superintendent Edwin J. Yantis 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Columbus) W. F. Amrine, Act'g Warden 

State Prison Farm (London) T. C. Jenkins, Supt. 

State Reformatory (Mansfield) A. L. Glattke, Supt. 

State Reformatory for Women (Marysville) Mrs. M. Reilly, Supt. 

Boys' Industrial School (Lima) A. R. Harsh, Supt. 

Girls' Industrial School (Delaware) Rose C. Beatty, Supt. 

Lima State Hospital (Lima) Dr. H. M. Turk, Supt. 

State Board of Parole (Columbus) W. Jewell, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co, Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adams West Union Geo. Baldridge Jas. W. Lang 

Allen Lima Wm. V. Daley Robt. F. Jones 

Ashland Ashland H. F. Wallett A. R. Siveding 

Ashtabula Jefferson Jerry Benson W. C. Cross 

Athens Athens Chas. Bayless H. J. Rose 

Auglaize Wapakoneta Wm. Nieter Paul Boesel 

Belmont St. Clairsville H. A. Duff Ross Michener 

Brown Georgetown S. D. Miller D. P. Tarbell 

Butler Hamilton Chas. B. Walke P.A.Baden 

Carroll Carroll ton J. G. Kempthorne LaMoine Handley 

Champaign Urbana Jay H. McKeever Glenn Immel 

Clark Springfield Geo. W.. Benham J. A. Nevius 

Clermont Batavia Garland Auxier F. A. Roberts 

Clinton Wilmington J. E. Hodson G. L. Schilling 

Columbiana Lisbon H. L. Gosney K. T. Stouffer 

Coshocton Coshocton Jay Abbott C. M. Patterson 

Crawford Bucyrus A.H.French L. J. Scanlon 

Cuyahoga Cleveland M. L. O'Donnell F. T. Cullitan 

Darke Greenville Linn Browne H. A. Staley 

Defiance Defiance J. Bridenbaugh K. H. Weaner 

Delaware Delaware M. F. Pinney H.L.Jones 

Erie Sandusky Wm. S. Souter Peter Catri 

Fairfield Lancaster Wm. J. Belhorn R.U.Hastings 

Fayette Washington C. H. W. H. Icenhower A. N. Browning 

^ Probate Judge. 
2 Judge. 

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Probation Act. 

O. H. Botts 
G. W. Willia 
Eliz. IMcPherson 
H. J. Warner 
Samuel Johnson ^ 
Alon Jacobs 
John Stanek 
John G. Quinlan ^ 
Gideon Palmer 
Q. Morrow i 
Walter Johnson 
Alice Stewart 
Taxon Bricer 
Mrs. I. Tolfair 
John McShane 
Mrs. G. Bostwick 
Kathryn Flocken 
Wm. B. Dillon 
Rov Wilbaum 
E. W. Coltello 2 
H. D. Bverly 
R. J. Shellhorn 
Florence Older 
Mary D. Robinson 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties — Ohio 



Ohio — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Franklin Columbus J. E. Sandusky R. J. Bartlett 

Fulton Wauseon H. W. Loveland J. B. Meister 

Gallia Gallipolis E. E. Hatfield J. W. Howell 

Geauga Chardon H. O. Hill H. K. Bostwick 

Greene Xenia Geo. P. Henkel Marcus Shoup 

Ciuernsey Cambridge Harry Totten Melton Boyd 

Hamilton Cincinnati Geo. A. Lutz D. M. Outcalt 

Hancock Findlay Lyle Harvitt R. E. Fuller 

Hardin Kenton Lloyd Norman A.D.Tudor 

Harrison Cadiz J. E. Mattern F. L. Orum 

Henry Napoleon Geo. Bowerman M. E. Hoeffel 

Highland Hillsboro Howard Dunsieth W. R. Pence 

Hocking Logan Joe Farbeann H. D. Lappen 

Holmes Millersburg Harry R. Weiss W. W. Badger 

Huron Norwalk David A. Berry Rex F. Bracey 

Jackson Jackson Chas. E. Cramer B. L. Owens 

Jefferson Steubenville R.D.Bates H. .Alexander 

Knox Mt. Vernon Clyde Biggs Wm. L. Howell 

Lake Painesville Jas. Moloney L. W. Donaldson 

Lawrence Iron ton B. R. Monte R. L. Henry 

Licking Newark L. D. Hague K. Kreider 

Logan Bellefontaine Chas. C. Bewley J. E. Smith 

Lorain Elyria Wm. F. Grail H.R.Butler 

Lucas Toledo Jas. M. O'ReiUy T. J. O'Connor 

Madison London G. F. Clark D. H. Jackman 

Mahoning Youngstown R. E. Elser W. A. Ambrose 

Marion Marion Fred F. Miller P. D. Michel 

Medina Medina Roy Kruggel R. E. Snedden 

Meigs Pomeroy Geo. R. Bearhs M. D. Webster 

Mercer Celina L.M.Davis H. J. Knapke 

Miami Troy K.V.Miller E.W.Kerr 

Monroe Woodsfield C.Crawford F. PfaLzgraf 

Montgomery .... Dayton P. J. Kloos N.F.Nolan 

Morgan McConnelsville L. B. Adrean E. Abel 

Morrow Mt. Gilead Oscar George N. Campbell 

Muskingum Zanesville Ed Redman V. E. Johnson 

Noble Caldwell C. Clucus R. W. Horton 

Ottawa Port Clinton D. L. CuUenen N. Rosentreter 

Paulding Paulding Arthur Betts Mervin Day 

Perry New Lexington Jas. Adrain T.B.Williams 

Pickaway Circleville C. H. RadclifT G. E. Gerhardt 

Pike Waverly R. E. Mercer E. D. Harris 

Portage Ravenna R. L. Fitzgerald T. Tilden 

Preble Eaton John Fahrenholz J. M. Kiracofe 

Putnam Ottawa Arnold Potts F.E.Warren 

Richland Mansfield E. P. Long G. W. Marriott 

Ross Chillicothe Jos. Vincent L. S. Reid 

Sandusky Fremont H. L. Myers A. L. Hyzer 

Scioto Portsmouth E. C. Brandel INL A. Kelly 

Seneca Tiffin V. F. Deats R. C. Carpenter 

Shelby Sidney T. Pitts L. M. Winget 

Stark Canton Jos. T. Nist A. C. Barthelmeh 

Summit Akron W. P. O'Neill A. J. Russell 

Trumbull Warren R. S. Hardman P. J. Reagen 

Tuscarawas New Philadelphia W. T. Host Ralph Fidley 

2 Judge. 

^ Juvenile Judge. 

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Probation Act. 

Joseph H. Palmer 
A. M. Barber 2 
J. S. Clark 2 
C. S. Lenhart ' 
Forrest Shoup 
Wilmer O. Oliver 
Mrs. C. Woodbury 
Paul R. Capell 2 
Mary Kreinbilel 
Mrs. J. Thompson 
J. M. Rieger ^ 
Charlton Myers 2 

E. L. Ewing 2 

F. W. Fankhauser 2 
Huber Fessender 
W. S. Davis 

W. H. Campbell 
Oliver Farmer 
O. M. Spink 
Helen P. Clarke 
O. W. Kreager 
Lawrence Cupp 2 
Lois E. Binns 
L. W. HofTman 
Harvey Edwards 2 
H. Beckenbach 2 
Mrs. Ella Thibout 

F. S. Eastwood 
H. L. French 
John Mesarvey ■ 
Mrs. B. W. Jones 
S. A. Polen 
Mark Eshbaugh 
S. A. Torbert 2 
Conrad Clouse 2 
Henry Buerhaus 
Otto Poling 2 
Peter Gulau - 
Fred Carr 2 
Edward Williams 
Frank C. GofT 
W. H. Acord 2 

G. G. McClelland 2 
Edwin Ozias 

W. M. George 2 
R. W. Carroll 
Myrtle Armstrong 
Carl H. Stroupe 
Everett Burton 
Flavel E. Heyman 
Grace Fowler 
E. F. Weckel 
Paul R. Witwer 
Sydney W. Jones ' 
L. M. Williams 



Ohio — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Ohio — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Union Marysville 

Van Wert Van Wert 

Vinton McArthur 

Warren Lebanon 

Washington Marietta 

Wayne Wooster 

Williams Bryan 

Wood Bowling Green 

Wyandot Upper Sandusky 



Sheriff 

H. S. Roosa 
R. B. Stevens 
Earl Stuck 
Wm. Hufford, Jr. 
A. D. Mackey 
Ed. E. Mills 
LeRoy Siders 
A. F. Isch 
H. Weatherholtz 



Co. Pros. Atty. 
Wm. J. Porter 
John Albright 
C. S. Keeney 
C. D. Dilatush 
Wm. M. Summers 
R. O. Morgan 
F. R. Parker 
F. A. Coller 
Wm. J. Hunter 



Prob.\tion Act. 

Mrs. Ada Collier 
F. Earl Shaffer 
Lillie Garrison 
Rachel Harding 
Frank F. Fleming ^ 
Chas. A. Martin 
Lisle M. Weaver ^ 
Nellie Repass 
Russell Kear ^ 



City Agencies and Officials 



Akron (Summit Co.) Pop. 255,040 

Chief of Police Rae M. Williams 

Chief of Detectives Verne E. Cross 

Juvenile Officers E. E. Shaffer 

L. Nixon 

Head, Traffic Div T. Lynett 

Head, Identif. Div Adolph Ley 

Head, Records Div Adolph Ley 

Municipal Attorney Wade DeWoody 

218 employees; 30 patrol cars; 20 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Alliance (Stark Co.) Pop. 23,047 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . . V. J. Packer 

Chief of Police Harry L. Stark 

Municipal Attorney William Martin 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Ashland (Ashland Co.) Pop. 11,141 

Chief of Police H. D. Fetzer 

Head, Records Div William CuUins 

Municipal Attorney George Gongwer 

Probation Officer Mrs. E. McPherson 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Ashtabula (Ashtabula Co.) Pop. 23,301 

Chief of Police A. J. Kane 

Captain of Police A. C. Snow 

Municipal Attorney Tom R. Bailey 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Athens (Athens Co.) Pop. 7,252 

Chief of Police E. S. Finsterwald 

Assistant Chief Charles Maple 

Municipal Attorney Gordon Gray 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Barberton (Summit Co.) Pop. 23,934 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Ralph E. Vanatta 

Chief of Police '. . . . .H. C. Yackee 

Municipal Attorney Harold Eckroate 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Bedford (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 6,814 

Act'g Captain of Police. . Jas. F. Gresham 
^ Probate Judge. 



Prosecuting Attorney . . . .Roy Wilt 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Bellaire (Belmont Co.) Pop. 13,327 

Chief of Police Francis Moran 

Municipal Attorney J. J. Poorman 

9 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Bellefontaine (Logan Co.) Pop. 9,543 

Chief of Police J. F. Lamborne 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Middleton 

5 employees 

Bellevue (Huron and Sandusky Cos.) 

Pop. 6,256 

Chief of Police Charles L. North 

Municipal Attorney James A. Vickery 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Berea (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 5,697 

Chief of Police L. F. Puis 

Municipal Attorney P. Mitchell 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bexley (Franklin Co.) Pop. 7,396 

Chief of Police R. A. Hammar 

Assistant Chief Robert Bradfield 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Bowling Green (Wood Co.) Pop. 6,688 

Chief of Police CM. Galliher 

Municipal Attorney L. S. Middleton 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bucyrus (Crawford Co.) Pop. 10,027 

Chief of Police A. L. Stuckert 

Captain of Police Wilbur Kennedy 

Municipal Attorney John Carroll 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Cambridge (Guernsey Co.) Pop. 16,129 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Peter Sheehan 

Chief of Police J. J. Gibson 

Municipal Attorney Craig Carnes 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 



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Cities — Ohio 



Ohio — Cities of 



Campbell (Mahoning Co.) Pop. 14,673 

Chiij of Police John Oshelski 

Municipal Attorney Anthony Pacella 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Canton (Stark Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safely 

Chief of Police 

Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Head, Records Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 

100 employees; 15 patrol cars; 6 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Cheviot (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 8,046 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Charles H. Jacobs 

Acting Lieutenant Clifford Jacobs 

Municipal Attorney R. E. Simmonds, Jr. 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 104,906 

R. A. Bauhof 
Ira Manderbaugh 
C. L. Deerwester 
William Grether 
H. D. Rock 
Paul Weber 

motor- 



Pop. 18,340 
Harry C. Krick 



Chillicothe (Ross Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safety . 

Chief of Police A. R. Poole 

Municipal Attorney Kenneth Stevens 

12 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Cincinnati (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 451,160 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Harry J. Wernke 

Chief of Police E. T. Weatherly 

Assistant Chief William C. Adams 

Supt. of Detectives Emmett D. Kirgan 

Supt. of Patrol Div Robt. A. Theiring 

Supt., Traffic Div Chas. F. Wolsefer 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Geo. W. Schattle 

Supt., Identif. Div Albert H. Bolte 

Supt., Records Div Daniel Laurence 

Municipal Attorney John D. Ellis 

Probation Officer Mrs. C. Woodberry 

716 employees; 117 patrol cars; 32 motor- 
cycles; 8 patrol wagons; 6 patrol wagon- 
ambulances; 2 trucks; 2 wreckers 

Circleville (Pickaway Co.) Pop. 7,369 

Chief of Police W. F. McCrady 

Municipal Attorney Carl C. Leist 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Cleveland (Cuyahoga Co 

Dir. of Public Safety . . 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives .... 
Head, Crime Proven. . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Policewomen . . . 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Accident Prevcn. 
Dir., Police Traini)ig. . 



.) Pop. 900,429 

Eliot Ness 
Geo. J. Matowitz 
Joseph Sweeney 
Arthur Roth 
T. L. Lewis 
Hazel Witt 
Edward J. Donahue 
John Sammon 
John Sammon 



Head, hientif. Div George Koestle 

Head, Records Div Chas. Braschwitz 

Municipal Attorney H. S. Brainard 

Probation Officer Edward J. Crawley 

1,694 employees; 155 patrol cars; 44 motor- 
cycles; 19 patrol wagons; 6 ambulances 

Cleveland Heights (Cuyahoga Co.) 

Pop. 50,945 

Chief of Police Wm. G. Barrows 

Chief of Detectives James Gill 

Head, Traffic Div W. G. Henderson 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Edward Griebel 

Head, Identif. Div Marvin Clemens 

Head, Records Div Robert Stank 

Municipal Attorney George Hartshorn 

67 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 



Columbus (Franklin Co.) 



Pop. 290,564 



Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Don W. Wiper 

Chief of Police John H. Dunn 

Inspector of Police John F. O'Connor 

Chief of Detectives Harry Carson 

Head, Crime Prevcn L. M. Shaw 

Head, Traffic Div Floyd Smith 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Floyd Smith 

Head, Identif. Div John Davis 

Head, Records Div Arthur Collin 

Municipal Attorney John L. Davies 

Probation Officer Bert Lynn 

320 employees; 15 patrol cars; 2)i motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Conneaut (Ashtabula Co.) Pop. 9,691 

Chief of Police K. A. Pounds 

Municipal Attorney Ray Bollinger 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Coshocton (Coshocton Co.) Pop. 10,908 

Chief of Police Ray Duling 

Head, Traffic Div Harry Davis 

Head, Identif. Div Roy Sheeley 

Municipal Attorney Merrell C. Ross 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Cuyahoga Falls (Summit Co.) Pop. 19,797 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . . H. O. Bolich 

Chief of Police R. H. Duft'y 

Municipal Attorney A. L. Sidnell 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Dayton (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 200,982 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .S. E. Yendes 

Chief of Police R. F. Wurstner 

Chief of Detectives O. E. Greger 

Head, Police-women Lulu B. SoUers 



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Ohio — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney H. S. Beane 

199 employees; 15 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol-ambulances 

Defiance (Defiance Co.) Pop. 8,818 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Roy B. Cameron 

Chief of Police Karl A. Weaner 

Municipal Attorney Erwin L. Clemens 

Probation Officer E. W. Costello 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Delaware (Delaware Co.) Pop. 8,675 

Dir. of Public Safety.. . .Winston W. Hill 

Chief of Police Earl Amrine 

Municipal Attorney Wade Howison 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Delphos (Allen and Van Wert Cos.) Pop. 5,672 

Chief of Police Glenn M. Ditto 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dover (Tuscarawas Co.) Pop. 9,716 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Nicholas Weinsl 

Chief of Police F. H. Javens 

Municipal Attorney Pauline Seikel 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

East Cleveland (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 39,667 

Dir. of Public Safety Charles A. Carran 

Chief of Police L. G. Corlett 

Juvenile Officer Margaret Brown 

Head, Traffic Div Olin Troescher 

Municipal Attorney E. A. Binyon 

45 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 ambulance- 
patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

East Liverpool (Columbiana Co.) Pop. 23,329 

Dir. of Public Safety .... James R. Hall 

Chief of Police Hugh J. McDermott 

Captain of Police Herman H. Roth 

Municipal Attorney Carroll Lynch 

Probation Officer John McShane 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

East Palestine (Columbiana Co.) Pop. 5,215 

Chief of Police W. H. Warren 

Municipal Attorney J. L. Turner 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



Elyria (Lorain Co.) 

Dir. of Public Safety. 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney . 



Pop. 25,633 

.1. D. Faxon 
.E. J. Stankard 
.C. E. Southam 
.L. E. Sweet 
H. C. Cheney 



27 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Euclid (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 12,751 

Dir. of Public Safety Wm. A. McMaster 



Chief of Police Roland N. Baehr 

Municipal Attorney Paul H. Torbet 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol car-ambulance 

Findlay (Hancock Co.) Pop. 19,363 

Dir. of Public Safety S. E. Frost 

Chief of Police Leo M. Larkins 

Municipal Attorney Fred R. Hover 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Fostoria (Hancock and Seneca Cos.) Pop. 12,790 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . . F. E. B laser 

Chief of Police J. M. Walsh 

Head, Identif. Div E. G. Keiser 

Municipal Attorney John Gutknecht 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Fremont (Sandusky Co.) Pop. 13,422 

Chief of Police H. R. Schneider 

Assistant Chief P- J- McGuire 

Municipal Attorney Bernard Hawk 

10 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Gallon (Crawford Co.) Pop. 7,674 

Chief of Police Frank Cook 

Municipal Attorney George H. Davies 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Gallipolis (Gallia Co.) Pop. 7,106 

Chief of Police John Fraley 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Garfield Heights (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 15,589 



Dir. of Public Safety 
Chief of Police .... 
Captain of Police . . 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Head, Records Div. 
Municipal Attorney 



.Vitus Basel 
.P. J. Gannon 
.James R. Nash 
.W. C. Horrigan 
.W. C. Horrigan 
.E. S. Crudele 



15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Girard (Trumbull Co.) Pop. 9,859 

Chief of Police H. A. Schoenfeld 

Municipal Attorney G. M. London 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Grandview Heights (Franklin Co.) Pop. 6,358 
Columbus P. O. 

Chief of Police George B. Welsh 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Greenville (Darke Co.) Pop. 7,036 

Chief of Police John Lynch 

Assistant Chief Ora McClellan 

Municipal Attorney Paul Younker 

Probation Officer Ray Welbaum 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



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Cities — Ohio 



Ohio— 

Hamilton (Butler Co.) Pop. 52,176 

Chief of Police J. C. Calhoun 

Assistant Chief B. Furginson 

Chief of Detectives H. Haines 

Head, ' Policeicomen Hattie Clark 

Head, Traffic Div J. O'Connor 

Head, Idcntif. Div Joseph IVIcFall 

Head, Records Div H. Haines 

Municipal Attorney M. P. Shotts 

53 employees; 6 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Ironton (Lawrence Co.) Pop. 16,621 

Chief of Police D. J. Callahan 

Head, Traffic Div Garland Wileman 

Police Justice F. A. Ross 

Probation Judge Hellin P. Clark 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Jackson Qackson Co.) Pop. 5,922 

Chief of Police C. W. Jacobs 

Municipal Attorney M. L. Schellenger 

2 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Kent (Portage Co.) Pop. 8,375 

Chief of Police S. C. West 

Head, Identif. Div C. F. Clark 

Municipal Attorney F. J. Dangler, Jr. 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Kenton (Hardin Co.) Pop. 7,009 

Chief of Police R. R. Clark 

Assistant Chief A. D. Rizer 

Municipal Attorney Alfred Brindley 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Lakewood (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 70,509 

Chief of Police L. B. Miller 

Juvenile Officer F. L. Schimke 

Head, Identif. Div M. L. Roglin 

Head, Records Div E. \V. Longwell 

Prosecuting Attorney . . . .C. B. Webster 

Probation Officer Howard Miltner 

60 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Lancaster (Fairfield Co.) Pop. 18,716 

Dir. of Public Safety Wm. G. Coultrap 

Chief of Police Gail Sesler 

Municipal Attorney William Pickering 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lima (Allen Co.) Pop. 42,287 

Chief of Police W. L. Taylor 

Assistant Chief E. H. Grant 

Chief of Detectives Ross Landfair 

Head, Traffic Div D. F. Miller 

Head, Identif. Div H. W. Simmons 



Cities of 

Municipal Attorney Lester Shepherd 

30 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Lockland (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 5,703 

Chief of Police Harry Butler 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Logan (Hocking Co.) Pop. 6,080 

Chief of Police Lewis Reynolds 

Municipal Attorney Harley Meyer 

Probation Officer A. B. Campbell 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lorain (Lorain Co.) Pop. 44,512 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Henry P. Webber 

Chief of Police Theodore Walker 

Head, Identif. Div George H. Knapp 

Head, Records Div George H. Knapp 

Municipal Attorney J. D. Pincura, Jr. 

36 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Mansfield (Richland Co.) Pop. 33,525 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Earl A. Nist 

Chief of Police Meade K. Bates 

Head, Identif. Div E. C. Fuller 

Head, Records Div Helen Baughman 

Municipal Attorney Marion Ward, Jr. 

29 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Maple Heights (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 5,950 
Bedford P. O. 

Chief of Police Frank H. Vacha 

Municipal Attorney William Graves 

Probation Officer E. J. Trawley 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Marietta (Washington Co.) Pop. 14,285 

Dir. of Public Safetx . . . .¥. A. Steadman 
Chief of Police. ...'.... .H. O. Wolfe 

Assistant Chief C. E. Mills 

Head, Identif. Div L. W. Kelly 

Municipal Attorney Ernest E. Erb 

Probation Officer Fred Devore 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Marion (Marion Co.) Pop. 31,084 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . . C. C. Caldwell 

Chief of Police William E. Marks 

Municipal Attorney Ralph E. Carhart 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Martins Ferry (Belmont Co.) Pop. 14,524 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Ira Goodhue 

Chief of Police J- W. Muhleman 

Head, Identif. Div George Helt 

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Ohio — Cities of 



Head, Records Div George Helt 

Municipal Attorney Frank Ellis 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Massillon (Stark Co.) Pop. 26,400 

Dir. of Public Safety Paul A. Smith 

Chief of Police Stanley Switter 

Head, Identif. Div Robert E. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Emmett Graybill 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Miamisburg (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 5,518 

Chief of Police James Kinderdine 

Municipal Attorney Lawrence Baver 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Middletown (Butler Co.) Pop. 29,992 

Chief of Police Roy W. Scofield 

Assistant Chief Henry Brinkmeyer 

Captain of Police Hugh A. King 

Municipal Attorney Fred Schatzmann 

Probation Officer Emmett S. Sherron 

36 employees; 6 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Mingo Junction (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 5,030 

Chief of Police William H. Fithen 

Lieut, of Police Samuel B. Peeler 

36 employees; 1 patrol car 

Mount Vernon (Knox Co.) Pop. 9,370 

Chief of Police Laurel McDonald 

Assistant Chief William Jessup 

Municipal Attorney Chas. B. Wander 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Nelsonville (Athens Co.) Pop. 5,322 

Chief of Police George Bateman 

Municipal Attorney .Francis W'hite 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Newark (Licking Co.) Pop. 30,596 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Mandel Brashear 

Chief of Police Curtis I. Berry 

Chief of Detectives Clyde Hupp 

Head, Identif. Div Harold Markham 

Head, Records Div Harold Markham 

Municipal Attorney J. Dale McNamar 

23 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



New Boston (Scioto Co.) 
Portsmouth P. 0. 



Pop. 5,931 



Chief of Police C. R. Highfield 

Assistant Chief Charles Burton 

Head, Traffic Div William Hook 

Municipal Attorney W. A. Adams 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



New Philadelphia (Tuscarawas Co.) 

Pop. 12,365 

Chief of Police Emery H. Gintz 

Municipal Attorney E. N. Fair 

Probation Officer L. M. Williams 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Niles (Trumbull Co.) Pop. 16,314 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Joseph A. Tauro 

Chief of Police Charles Nicholas 

Municipal Attorney David dayman 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Norwalk (Huron Co.) Pop. 7,776 

Chief of Police F. A. Kromer 

. Municipal Attorney H. R. Freeman 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Norwood (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 33,411 

Safety Director Edward Kelley 

Chief of Police Thomas Q. Jenike 

Head, Identif. Div Edward J. Lee 

Municipal Attorney Wm. M. Fridman 

Probation Officer V. E. Van Osdol 

30 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Oakwood (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 6,494 

Dayton P. O. 

Chief of Police L. M. Dissinger 

Municipal Attorney W. M. Matthews 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Painesville (Lake Co.) Pop. 10,944 

Chief of Police P. J. Appleton 

Head, Traffic Div W. G. Carreg 

Municipal Attorney Paul J. Brady 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Parma (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 13,899 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .Edward E. Buckow 

Chief of Police Garry Burczyk 

Head, Identif. Div Peter Cudlin 

Municipal Attorney Herschel Holland 

Probation Officer Homer Apel 

12 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Piqua (Miami Co.) Pop. 16,009 

Chief of Police Frank Strickling 

Assistant Chief Edward Evans 

Head, Traffic Div Robert Comer 

Head, Identif. Div Edward Henderson 

Municipal Attorney Bernard Keyt 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Portsmouth (Scioto Co.) Pop. 42,560 

Chief of Police Harry S. Sheets 



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Cities — Ohio 



Ohio — Cities of 



Chief of Detectives John G. Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Charles W. Clowe 

Head, Records Div Charles W. Clowe 

Municipal Attorney Ernest Littleton 

37 employees; 8 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Ravenna (Portage Co.) Pop. 8,019 

Chief of Police Fred J. Hendricks 

Municipal Attorney Abner L. Heisler 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Reading (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 5,723 

Chief of Police Nathan Hildebrant 

Head, Records Div A. J. Powers 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Rocky River (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 5,632 

Dir. of Public Safety L. D. Andrus 

Chief of Police Albert T. Cornish 

Head, Traffic Div L. D. Andrus 

Municipal Attorney A. R. Thomas 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

St. Bernard (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 7,487 

Chief of Police Chas. J. Lohmann 

Municipal Attorney John Rivers 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

St. Marys (Auglaize Co.) Pop. 5,433 

Chief of Police Gilbert Gerstner 

Municipal Attorney Thomas Danaher 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Salem (Columbiana Co.) Pop. 10,622 

Chief of Police R. N. Stoffer 

Municipal Attorney L. Caplan 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Sandusky (Erie Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney . 



Pop. 24,622 

R. G. Bravard 
I. J. Grathwol 
C. E. Moyer 



17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Shaker Heights (Cuyahoga Co.) Pop. 17,783 

Dir. of Public Safety Wm. J. Van Aken 

Chief of Police Bert H. Tilson 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph G. Eddy 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Jones 

26 employees; 5 patrol cars 

Shelby (Richland Co.) Pop. 6,198 

Chief of Police L. E. Coffey 

Head, Identif. Div Walter Benedich 

Municipal Attorney Theodore Lutz 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Sidney (Shelby Co.) Pop. 9,301 

Chief of Police William O'Leary 

Municipal Attorney Leo Winget 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Springfield (Clark Co.) Pop. 68,743 

Chief of Police George A. Abele 

Chief of Detectives W. L. Sweet 

Municipal Attorney F. N. Carpenter 

56 employees; 12 patrol cars 

Steubenville (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 35,422 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Alfred S. Freeman 

Chief of Police R. H. Cunningham 

Head, Traffic Div M. Phillips 

Head, Identif. Div F. W. Teaff 

Municipal Attorney J. Griesinger 

37 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Struthers (Mahoning Co.) Pop. 11,249 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Jules Richards 

Chief of Police Harry D. Davis 

Head, Traffic Div William J. Har\-ey 

Municipal Attorney Theodore Macejko 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Tiffin (Seneca Co.) Pop. 16,428 

Dir. of Public Safety.. . .J. W. DeWitt 

Chief of Police Chas. J. IMutchler 

Municipal Attorney Paul R. Ebel 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Toledo (Lucas Co.) Pop. 290,718 

Acfg Dir. of Pub. 5" tz/c/y . Arnold DeFrance 

Chief of Police Ray E. Allen 

Inspector of Detectives . . . Joseph Fruchey 

Inspector of Police C. M. Mead 

Head, Crime Preven Charles Roth 

Juvenile Officer L. W. Hoffman 

Head, Policewomen Margaret Slater 

Head, Traffic Div E. J. Erwin 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Charles Roth 

Head, Identif. Div Paul Fakehany 

Head, Records Div Fred Gockerman 

Municipal Attorney Martin S. Dodd 

Probation Officer Mrs. E. Snell 

384 employees; 40 patrol cars; 20 motor- 
cycles; 5 patrol wagons; 1 patrol-ambulance 

Toronto (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 7,044 

Act'g Chief of Police John Comer 

Municipal Attorney Claire Walker . 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Troy (Miami Co.) Pop. 8,675 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Geo. L. Smith 

Chief of Police E.J. Smick 

Municipal Attorney Robert S. Miller 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 



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Ohio — Cities of 



Uhrichsville (Tuscarawas Co.) Pop. 6,437 

Chief of Police King D. Hiller 

Municipal Attorney C. E. La Porte 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Urbana (Champaign Co.) Pop. 7,742 

Chief of Police J. J. Powers 

Head, Traffic Div H. F. Helfrich 

Municipal Attorney Vance Brand 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Van Wert (Van Wert Co.) Pop. 8,472 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Frank Simmon 

Chief of Police W. E. Jackson 

Municipal Attorney J- F. Beam 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wadsworth (Medina Co.) Pop. 5,930 

Chief of Police T. J. Lucas 

Municipal Attorney W. W. Carver 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Wapakoneta (Auglaize Co.) Pop. 5,378 

Dir. of Public Safety .... George Anderegg 

Chief of Police Walter G. Menges 

Municipal Attorney Arthur Klipfel, Jr. 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Warren (TrumbuU Co.) Pop. 41,062 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Ralph Taylor 

Chief of Police B. J. Gillen 

Head, Identif. Div W. E. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Buckwalter 

32 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Washington Court House (Fayette Co.) 

Pop. 8,426 

Chief of Police Jack Wolfe 

Municipal Attorney Stanley Paxson 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Wellston (Jackson Co.) Pop. 5,319 

Chief of Police William Smith 

Municipal Attorney Howard W. Ankrom 

3 employees; 1 patrol wagon 



Wellsville (Columbiana Co.) Pop. 7,956 

Chief of Police John H. Fultz 

Municipal Attorney J. L. Donald 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wilmington (Clinton Co.) Pop. 5,332 

Dir. of Public Safety .... A. Zimmerman 

Chief of Police Everett Downing 

Municipal Attorney Charles R. Kirk 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wooster (Wayne Co.) Pop. 10,742 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Geo. Allspaugh 

Chief of Police Walter R. Yost 

Assistant Chief John Zook 

Head, Traffic Div Albert Carillon 

Municipal Attorney Henry Critchlield 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Xenia (Greene Co.) Pop. 10,507 

Chief of Police Ozni H. Cornwell 

Captain of Police Stanley NickeU 

Municipal Attorney William A. Miller 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Youngstown (Mahoning Co.) Pop. 170,002 

Chief of Police Carl L. Olson 

Chief of Detectives William W. Reed 

Juvenile Officer Paul Kidder 

Head, Traffic Div C. W. Coppersmith 

Dir., Police Training. . . . Theodore Heden 

Head, Identif. Div Leroy Goodwin 

Head, Records Div Leroy Goodwin 

Prosecuting Attorney. . . .David Neiman 

166 employees; 25 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

Zanesville (Muskingum Co.) Pop. 36,440 

Dir. of Public Safety .... Samuel Grant 

Chief of Police J. H. Kimberley 

Lieut, of Police Fred Quigley 

Captain of Police M. J. Stotts 

Head, Policewomen Lena Camden 

Head, Traffic Div Raymond Warner 

Head, Records Div Charles Bartley 

Municipal Attorney John Baker 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Oklahoma 

State Capital: Oklahoma City 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Leon C. Phillips (Okla. City) 

Attorney General MacQ. Williamson (Okla. City) 

State Liquor Commission ^ 

^ None. Liquor not legalized in Oklahoma. 

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Counties — Oklahoma 



Oklahoma — State of 
State Department of Public Safety (Oklahoma City) 

Commissioner Walter B. Johnson 

Assistant Commissioner W. T. Singley 

Director, Crim. Identif. and Investig John Watt 

OKLAHOMA state HIGHWAY PATROL (Box 1845, Oklahoma City) 

Chief H. R. Cress 

Assistant Chief S. P. Smith 

Director, Traffic Control Owen A. Smith 

165 employees; 65 patrol cars; 28 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (McAlester) Jess F. Dunn, Warden 

State Reformatory (Granite) Fred Hunt, Warden 

Industrial School for Girls (Tecumseh) Mrs. C. B. Burnham, Supt. 

Training School for Boys (Pauls Valley) C. P. Shoemake, Supt. 

Training School for Negro Boys (Boley) W. M. Hazel, Supt. 

Training School for Negro Girls (Taft) H. C. McCormick, Supt. 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adair Stilwell J.W.Ferguson E.G.Carroll 

Alfalfa Cherokee Loyd Ruley Webster Wilder 

Atoka Atoka John Shoemake W. H. Parker 

Beaver Beaver Frank Maple Fred C. Tracy 

Beckham Sayre Earl Francis Meville Gillum 

Blaine Watonga Radford C. Scott Nelson Crow 

Bryan Durant W. O. Taylor Bill Steger 

Caddo Anadarko Joe Harp Haskell Pugh 

Canadian El Reno A. J. Smith Wm. L. Funk 

Carter Ardmore Floyd Randolph Alvin Bruce 

Cherokee Tahlequah G. C. Bishop June BHss 

Choctaw Hugo Roy E. Harmon M. W. Gross 

Cimarron Boise City H. W. Barrick H. A. Butler 

Cleveland Norman Ivan Kennedy Wm. T. Toney 

Coal Coalgate Walter Clark Marvin Balch 

Comanche Lawton W. D. Cook W. W. Godlove 

Cotton Walters Geo. Beach C.C.Campbell 

Craig Vinita Roger Waller Homer Melton 

Creek Sapulpa C W. Wilder S. Cunningham 

Custer Arapaho E. Stambaugh Milton Keen 

Delaware Jay J. Holland W. Hendrix 

Dewey Taloga C. P. Lovett J.W.Wilcox 

Ellis Arnett R. L. Boyd O. E. Enfield 

Garfield Enid Dudley Branom Hugh Conway 

Garvin Pauls Valley Claud Seymour Sam Goodwin 

Grady Chickasaw Jim Bond T. H. Williams 

Grant Medford W. A. Northcutt E. W. Eddy 

Greer Mangum Tom Owen Jack Sosseen 

Harmon HoUis O. H. Morris G. C. Oaks 

Harper Buffalo J.A.Knox B. F. Willett 

Haskell Stigler C. A. Powell G. A. Curry 

Hughes Holdenville Harve Ball Harvey Powell 

Jackson Altus H. T. KimbeU Weldon Ferris 

Jefferson Waurika Bob Berry Victor Eckler 

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Probation Act. 

Harry Winsor 
L. W. Hadwiger 
C. McCasland 
Otto C. Barby 
J. R. Cornelison 
J. V. Hostutler 
J. L. Wheeler 

B. McFadyen 
E. E. Thompson 
John McCain 
W. S. Paden 

T. W. Hunter 

C. R. Board 
Aubrey Moses 
W. Thornsb rough 
G. W. Home 
Roy Bull 

Joe Frederick 
H. L. Arthurs 

D. B. Darrah 
H. E. Dixon 
C. R. Duncan 
B. F. Barnett 
Paul Edwards 
R. B. Garvin 
L. A. Wood 

J. C. Stevenson 
Percy Powers 
S. A. Fowler 
B. C. Krause 
Graham Holmes 
Clyde Busey 
Carrol Womack 

E. L. Dillard 



Oklahoma — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Oklahoma — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Johnston Tishomingo 

Kay Newkirk 

Kingfisher Kingfisher 

Kiowa Hobart 

Latimer Wilburton 

LeFlore Poteau 

Lincohi Chandler 

Logan Guthrie 

Love Marietta 

McClain Purcell 

McCurtain Idabel 

Mcintosh Eufaula 

Major Fairview 

Marshall MadUl 

Mayes Pryor 

Murray Sulphur 

Muskogee Muskogee 

Noble Perry 

Nowata Now-ata 

Okfuskee Okemah 

Oklahoma Oklahoma City 

Okmulgee Okmulgee 

Osage Pawhuska 

Ottawa Miami 

Pawnee Pawnee 

Payne Stillwater 

Pittsburg McAlester 

Pontotoc Ada 

Pottawatomie Shawnee 

Pushmataha Antlers 

Roger Mills Cheyenne 

Rogers Claremore 

Seminole Wewoka 

Sequoyah Sallisaw 

Stephens Duncan 

Texas Guymon 

TiUman Frederick 

Tulsa Tulsa 

Wagoner Wagoner 

Washington Bartlesville 

Washita Cordell 

Woods Alva 

Woodward Woodward 



Sheriff 

Jim Dowdy 

D. F. B. Harsh 
Olan Wall 

S. L. Standerfer 
Hugh Askew 
T. V. Morris 
Marvin Roberts 
G. Farquharson 
Orren Wester 

A. H. Edgmon 
Joe Hough 
John McQuillen 
H. L. Wiley 

T. Z. Splawn 
W. E. Panter 
Bose Johnson 
J. H. Baxter 
Merl Harmon 
Bill Lupfer 
J. W. Kennedy 
George Goff 
John Lenox 
R. B. Conner 
Dee Watters 
Chas. BurkdoU 
L. L. Fisher 
W. Haggard 
C. Kaiser 
C. C. Hawk 
John Helm 
G. W. Hester 
T. J. Dean 

B. Merrell 
Chas. Hutchens 
B. Harvey 

W. Usrey 
W. A. McAfee 
A. G. Marrs 
Clay Flowers 
J. D. Engle 
Oscar Doran 
Ken Greer 

E. A. Nelson 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Chas. Draper 
J. H. Hill 
W. O. Breedlove 
Gerald Watts 
Wayne Russell 
Clyde FoUowell 
Frank McVey 
H. J. Adams 
W. J. IMonroe 

E. Smith 

M. F. Hudson 

F. A. Greene 
H. L. Garaway 
Pryer Faulk 

T. L. Marteney 
E. C. Sadler 
D. Garrett 
J. H. Pierce 

G. A. Sanes 
Jess Miracle 
L. R. Morris 
Ralph Kenyon 
S. T. Carman 
N. C. Barry 
H. Ballaine 
Leon York 

P. Gotcher 
C. Wadlington 
Tom Wyatt 
Joe Stamper 

C. A. Beavin 

D. M. Battenfield 
J. M. Stanley 

E. J. Armstrong 
A. J. Marmaduke 
Geo. Frittz 

H. x\. Holloman 
Dixie Gilmer 
E. J. Broaddus 
R. H. Neptune 
R. T. Plumlee 
BiU Gruber 
J. G. Young 



Probation Act. 
Kenneth Clark 
Roy Carver 
Norman Shutler 
Clifford Huff 
J. W. Callahan 
Grover Flanagan 
Joe Young 
W. T. Hirschi 

B. W. Jones 
H. R. Jacobs 
Walter Scott 
H. B. Reubelt 
Harvey Randall 
H. Landram 
W. E. Nicklin 
P. G. Moore 

S. E. Gidney 

H. Dolezel 

W. H. Thomason 

E. Huser 

C. J. Blinn 

W. H. Blackbird 
L. F. Roberts 
J. H. \'enable 
O. S. Pahner 
Paul Myrick 
Wm. Jones, Jr. 
H. Driskill 
T. ]\L Stevens 
L. Hardgrave 
W. F. Crane 
H. H. Brown 
Bob Aubrey 
J. T. Brockman 
G. H. Bond 

F. King 

]\Iac Townsend 
J. P. Malone 
J. R. Reed 
W. D. Waddill 
L. R. Smith 
J. J. Glaser 
L. A. Foster 



Ada (Pontotoc Co.) Pop. 11,261 

Chief of Police Raymond Rains 

Assistant Chief Paul Corbin 

Head, Traffic Div Frank Shiply 

Head, Records Div Drew Thomas 

Municipal Attorney Mack Brawley 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Altus (Jackson Co.) Pop. 8,439 

Chief of Police A. W. Edwards 

5 employees 



City Agencies and Officials 

Alva (Woods Co.) Pop. 5,121 

Chief of Police Lloyd W. Huff 



3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Anadarko (Caddo Co.) Pop. 5,036 

Chief of Police George Nixon 

Municipal Attorney Frank CaUahan 

4 employees 

Ardmore (Carter Co.) Pop. 15,741 

Chief of Police Clarence Harris 



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Ci ties — Oklahoma 



Oklahoma — Cities of 



Head, Traffic Div Hoyt Parnell 

Head, Records Div T. Lee Hopson 

Municipal AUorncy J. B. Moore 

2 patrol cars 

Bartlesville (Washington Co.) Pop. 14,763 

Chief of Police L. W. Turner 

Captain of Police Edward Hazlett 

Head, Identif. Div Leon Root 

Head, Records Div Leon Root 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Bailey 

14 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Blackwell (Kay Co.) Top. 9,521 

Chief of Police H. M. Ragan 

Assistant Chief W. W. Stewart 

Municipal Attorney H. S. Gurley 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Bristow (Creek Co.) Pop. 6,619 

Chief of Police A. A. Randall 

Municipal Attorney P. M. Cameron 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Pop. 14,099 

L. Parks 
.W. R. Thomas 
.Leon Hinton 
.A. P. Bond 
.J. D. Carmichael 



El Reno (Canadian Co.) 



Pop. 9,384 



Chickasha (Grady Co.) 

Chief of Police W 

Assistant Chief. . . . 
Head, Traffic Div.. 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Municipal Attorney 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Clinton (Custer Co.) Pop. 7,512 

Chief of Police Allmon Russell 

Municipal Attorney R. H. Dunn 

Probation Officer J. B. Harvey 

6 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Gushing (Payne Co.) Pop. 9,301 

Chief of Police F. W. Stroup 

Municipal Attorney S. J. Berton 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Duncan (Stephens Co.) Pop. 8,363 

Chief of Police CM. Taylor 

Assistant Chief A. E. Stewart 

Municipal Attor)iey J. Clift 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Durant (Bryant Co.) Pop. 7,463 

Chief of Police B. W. Johnson 

Municipal Attorney R. T. Stinson 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Elk City (Beckham Co.) Pop. 5,666 

Chief of Police W. A. Shope 

Municipal Attorney Donald Royse 

3 employees 



Chief of Police Lee Harrey 



Captain of Police. 

Municipal Attorney. . . 

9 employees; 



.E. D. Wagner 
.J. N. Roberson 
1 patrol car 



Pop. 26,399 

(ilenn Nixon 



Enid (Garfield Co.) 

Act' II Chief of Police 

Head, Identif. Div James Manuel 

Municipal Attorney Howard Wilson 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Guthrie (Logan Co.) Pop. 9,582 

Chief of Police Fred Streeter 

Municipal Attorney Merle Smith 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Henryetta (Okmulgee Co.) Pop. 7,694 

Chief of Police Thos. E. Liddell 

Assistant Chief Arthur Hughes 

Municipal Attorney E. W. Smith 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Holdenville (Hughes Co.) Pop. 7,268 

Chief of Police E. L. Petete 

Assistant Chief Harry Metcalf 

Municipal Attorney Charles Baskin 

4 employees 

Hugo (Choctaw Co.) Pop. 5,272 

Chief of Police Theron H. Loftin 

Municipal Attorney Forrest Devine 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lawton (Comanche Co.) Pop. 12,121 

Chief of Police D. Moncrief, Jr. 

Assistant Chief Fred Kinmouth 

Head, Traffic Div Lester Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Al Denham 

Municipal Attorney Robert Landers 

13 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 1 
patrol wagon 

McAlester (Pittsburg Co.) Pop. 11,804 

Chief of Police Tom J. Abbott 

Assistant Chief Tom Halliman 

Municipal Attorney H. I. Aston 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Miami (Ottawa Co.) Pop. 8,604 

Chief of Police L W. Ellis 

Assistant Chief S. J. Johnson 

Head, Identif. Div R. T. Dixon 

Municipal Attorney E. C. Fitzgerald 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Muskogee (Muskogee Co.) Pop. 32,026 

Chief of Police V. S. Cannon 



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Oklahoma — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Oklahoma — Cities of 



Assistant Chief Ralph Rose 

Chief of Detectives Jesse Adair 

Head, Traffic Div Charlie Purden 

Head, Idcnlif. Div J. H. Albright 

Municipal Attorney C. A. Ambrister 

30 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Norman (Cleveland Co.) 



Pop. 9,603 



Chief of Police W. W. Jenning 

Assistant Chief Cliff Mclntire 

Municipal Attorney J. D. Holland 

Police Judge Neil Keller 

13 employees; 1 patrol car 

Oklahoma City (Oklahoma Co.) Pop. 185,389 

Chief of Police Granville Scanland 

Chief of Detectives D. F. Brown 

Head, Traffic Div Thomas Webb 

Head, Accident Preven. . , Al West 

Dir., Police Training. . . .D. HoUingsworth 

Head, Identif. Div Charles Kunc 

Head, Records Div Charles Kunc 

Municipal Attorney Austin B. Jeffrey 

Probation Officer John Flynn 

220 employees; 40 patrol cars; 18 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Okmulgee (Okmulgee Co.) 



Pop. 17,097 



Chief of Police K. L. Alexander 

Head, Traffic Div Kirk Lawhead 

Head, Identif. Div Jess Green 

Head, Records Div W. T. Foley 

Municipal Attorney W. C. Alley 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Pawhuska (Osage Co.) 



Pop. 5,931 



Chief of Police Layton Mitchell 

Municipal Attorney A. B. CambeU 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Picher (Ottawa Co.) 



Pop. 7,773 



Chief of Police Al Maness 

Municipal Attorney A. M. Armstrong 

4 employees 



Ponca City (Kay Co.) 



Pop. 16,136 



Chief of Police Joe E. McFadden 

Head, Traffic Div Earl Lane 

Head, Identif. Div Wayne Brantner 

Municipal Attorney R. O. Wilson 

20 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Sand Springs (Tulsa Co.) 
Chief of Police 



Pop. 6,674 
C. E. Whisenhunt 



Assistant Chief Mike O'Conner 

Municipal Attorney Langley Coffee 

2 employees 



Sapulpa (Creek Co.) 



Pop. 10,533 



Chief of Police J. O. Edwards 

Assistant Chief Claude Johnson 

Municipal Attorney T. L. Blakemore 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Seminole (Seminole Co.) 



Pop. 11,459 



Chief of Police Jake Sims 

Municipal Attorney George Norvell 

Shawnee (Pottawatomie Co.) Pop. 23,283 

Chief of Police F. A. Budd 

Assistant Chief S. 0. Martin 

Head, Traffic Div Earnest Coleman 

Head, Identif. Div Jack Cook 

Municipal Attorney Randall Pittman 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



Stillwater (Payne Co.) 



Pop. 7,016 



Chief of Police Horace Andrews 

Assistant Chief John Black 

Head, Traffic Div Ray Bennett 

Head, Identif. Div Glenn Shirley 

Municipal Attorney George R. Taylor 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Tulsa (Tulsa Co.) 



Pop. 141,258 



Chief of Police Randolph House 

Captain of Police W. E. Bassham 

Head, Traffic Div George H. Reif 

Head, Policewomen Beula A. Johnson 

Head, Identif. Div W. H. Morgan 

Head, Records Div Eugene Bewley 

Municipal Attorney H. O. Bland 

Probation Officer Ben Chapman 

124 employees; 19 patrol cars; 8 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Wewoka (Seminole Co.) 



Pop. 10,401 



Chief of Police Frank A. Shepard 

Assistant Chief Thomas P. Malloy 

Municipal Attorney Marshall Huser 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Woodward (W'oodward Co.) 



Pop. 5,056 



Chief of Police O. M. Careso 

Municipal Attorney W. H. Thomas 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



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State and Counties — Oregon 



Oregon 

State Capital: Salem 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Charles A. Sprague (Salem) 

Attorney General I- H. Van Winkle (Salem) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman L. J. Wentworth (Portland) 

Oregon State Police (Capitol Bldg., Salem) 

Superintendent Charles P. Pray 

Dcputv Superintendent H. G. Maison 

Director, Crime Detection Lab. (Portland) Dr. J. S. Beeman 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification (Salem) 

Director J- S. Murray 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Salem) Geo. Alexander, Warden 

Training School for Bovs (Woodburn) Sam Laughlin, Supt. 

Industrial School for C'irls (Salem) Mrs. M. Savage, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Salem) Fred Finsley, Director and ex-officio Secretary 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Act. i 

Baker Baker Fred V. Spence C.T.Godwin 

Benton Corvallis W.M.Harper Fred McHenry 

Clackamas Oregon City E. T. Mass Fred A. Miller 

Clatsop Astoria Paul Kearney Garnet L. Green 

Columbia St. Helens M. R. Calhoun D. O. Bennett 

Coos Coquille Wm. F. Howell Ben C. Fla.xel 

Crook Prineville R. H. Booton L. M. Bechtell 

Curry Gold Beach F. W. Smith Grant Williams 

Deschutes Bend C. L. McCauley Bert C. Boylan 

Douglas Roseburg Percy A. Webb J. V. Long 

Gilliam Condon Frank Bennett D. R. Parker 

Grant Canyon City I. B. Hazeltine J. M. Blank 

Harnev Burns C. W. Frazier J. S. Cook 

Hood River Hood River J. H. Sheldrake John Baker 

Jackson Medford Syd I. Brown Frank Newman 

Jefferson Madras H. A. Dussault B. R. Overhulse 

Josephine Grants Pass A.D.Barnes O.M.Millard 

Klamath Klamath Falls L.L.Dow H. C. Blackmer 

Lake Lakeview H. H. Carroll C. H. Combs 

Lane Eugene C. A. Swarts L. L. Ray 

Lincoln Toledo G.A.Robinson L.G.English 

Linn Albany Herbert Shelton H. L. Weinrick 

Malheur Vale C. W. Glenn Max S. Taggart 

Marion Salem A. C. Burk Lyle J. Page 

Morrow Heppner C. J. D. Bauman Frank C. Alfred 

Multnomah Portland Martin T. Pratt Jas. R. Bain 

Polk Dallas T. B. Hooker Bruce Spaulding 

Sherman More C.C.Wilson T.L.Johnson 

1 Courts having juvenile jurisdiction (circuit courts of Multnomah and Clackamas Counties and 
county courts of all other counties) appoint juvenile probation officers to handle probation cases. Adult 
probation officers are named in the same manner. The State Probation Commission (Lettie Veach 
Good, Secretary, Portland) has power of supervision over all probation officers and juvenile courts. 

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Oregon — Cities 



THE POLICE 



County Co. Seat 

Tillamook Tillamook 

Umatilla Pendleton 

Union La Grande 

Wallowa Enterprise 

Wasco The Dalles 

Washington Ilillsboro 

Wheeler Fossil 

Yamhill McMinnville 



Oregon — Counties 

Sheriff 

J. C. Holden 
R. E. Goad 
Jesse Breshears 
A. B. Miller 
Harold Sexton 
J. W. Connell 
E. J. Kelsay 
G. W. Manning 



of 

Co. Pros. Atty. 

W. McMinimee 
A. C. Mclntyre 
G. L. Anderson 
Robert Chrisman 
T. L. Brown 
G. R. Morgan 
G. L. Dukek 
Earl A. Nott 



Probation Agt. ■ 



City Agencies and Officials 



Albany (Linn Co.) Pop. 5,325 

Chief of Police P. A. Stellmacher 

Municipal Attorney Victor Olliver 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Astoria (Clatsop Co.) Pop. 10,349 

Chief of Police John K. Acton 

Juvenile Officer ."Mrs. M. L. Haddix 

Municipal Attorney James L. Hope 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Baker (Baker Co.) Pop. 7,858 

Chief of Police G. A. Marshall 

Assistant Chief William Osborn 

Municipal Attorney F. L. Hubbard 

Probation Officer Charles E. Baird 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Bend (Deschutes Co.) Pop. 8,848 

Chief of Police J. E. Rambo 

Municipal Attorney E. O. Stadter 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars 



La Grande (Union Co.) Pop. 8,050 

Chief of Police Frank B. Osmond 

Municipal Attorney E. R. Ringo 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Marshfield (Coos Co.) Pop. 5,287 

Chief of Police Mathew D. Coy 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Mclnturff 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Medford (Jackson Co.) Pop. 11,007 

Chief of Police Clatous McCredie 

Assistant Chief Joe Cave 

Municipal Attorney Frank P. Farrell 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Oregon City (Clackamas Co.) Pop. 5,761 

Chief of Police C. A. Blodgett 

Assistant Chief Clarence Alldredge 

Municipal Attorney Alden JNIiller 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Pendleton (UmatiUa Co.) Pop. 6,621 

Chief of Police Charles E. Lemons 

Assistant Chief J. DeWilde 

Head, Traffic Div Elmer Bogan 

Municipal Attorney George R. Lewis 

Probation Officer Frank Hutton 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Portland (Multnomah Co.) Pop. 301,815 



Corvallis (Benton Co.) Pop. 7,585 

Chief of Police Charles Devin 

Captain of Police Floyd Masters 

Municipal Attorney J. L. Lewis 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Eugene (Lane Co.) Pop. 18,901 

Chief of Police C. F. Bergman 

Captain of Police Elmer Geiger 

Municipal Attorney S. M. Calkins 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Klamath Falls (Klamath Co.) Pop. 16,093 

Chief of Police Frank Hamm 

Head, Identif. Div Leigh M. Ackerman 

Municipal Attorney D. E. Van Vactor 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

1 Courts having juvenile jurisdiction (circuit courts of Multnomah and Clackamas Counties and 
county courts of all other counties) appoint ju\enile probation officers to handle probation cases. Adult 
probation ofticers are named in the same manner. The State Probation Commission (Lettie Veach 
Good, Secretary, Portland) has power of supervision over all probation officers and juvenile courts. 

158 



Chief of Police 

Inspector of Police . . . 
Captain of Detectives . 
Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Head, Accident Preven 
Head, Policewomen . . 
Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Head, Records Div. . . 
Mu)iicipal Attorney 



.H. M. Niles 
.L. V. Jenkins 
J. J. Keegan 
.W. C. Epps 
.R. W. Beaubelle 
.Martha Randall 
.Dana E. Jewell 
. G. E. Richards 
.A. L. Bigelow 
.L. E. Latourette 



448 employees; 73 patrol cars; 11 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons; 2 patrol boats 



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State and Counties — Pennsylvania 



Oregon — Cities of 

Salem (Marion Co.) Pop. 26,266 The Dalles (Wasco Co.) Pop. 5,883 

('///(/ of Police Frank A. Minto Chief of Police Frank Heater 

Assistant Chief E. C. Charlton Assistant Chief Vernon Chronicle 

Municipal Attorney Paul R. Hendricks Head, Traffic Div Carl D. Unger 

26 employees; 6 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle Municipal Attorney Celia Gavin 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Pennsylvania 

State Capital: Harrisburg 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Arthur H. James (Harrisburg) 

Attorney General Claude T. Reno (Harrisburg) 

State Liquor Control Board, Chairman Walter H. Hitchler (Harrisburg) 

Pennsylvania Motor Police (Harrisburg) 

Commissioner Lynn G. Adams 

Deputy Commissioner CM. Wilhelm 

Captain, Bur. of Crim. Identif. and Inform H. E. McElroy 

Captain, Chief Office Administrator Wm. F. Hoffman 

1,596 employees; 648 patrol cars; 80 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

Eastern State Penitentiary (Philadelphia) H. B. Smith, Warden 

Western State Penitentiary (Pittsburgh) Stanley P. Ashe, Warden 

Western State Penitentiary (Rockview) J. C. Claudy, Warden 

State Industrial School (Huntingdon) J. D. Pennington, Supt. 

State Training School (Morganza) Kenneth Gordon, Supt. 

State Industrial Home for Women (Muncy) F. R. Wilson, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Harrisburg) Lt. Gov. S. S. Lewis, Chairman 

Supervisor of Paroles (Harrisburg) Courtland Butler 

Chief Parole Ofificer (Harrisburg) Joseph Ursenbach 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Adams Gettysburg 

Allegheny Pittsburgh 

Armstrong Kittanning 

Beaver Beaver 

Bedford Bedford 

Berks Reading 

Blair HoUidaysburg 

Bradford Towanda 

Bucks Doylestown 

Butler Butler 

Cambria Ebensburg 

Cameron Emporium 

Carbon Mauch Chunk 

Centre Bellefonte 

Chester West Chester 

^ In counties where no probation agents are listed, 
may be addressed to the county sheriff. 

159 



B. W. Spence 
J. J. Heinz 
H. M. Bosher 
W. V. Kennedy 
J. A. Dunkle 
John C. Cook 
J. H. Summers 
N. E. Benson 
W. L. Stackhouse 
Paul J. Tebay 
Cyrus W. Davis 
Cash E. Henrv 
W. J. Hatrick 
Harry V. Keeler 
Fred J. Wahl 



Co. I 

JohnP 



los. Atty. 

Butt 
Andrew T. Park 
Wm. A. Ashe 
R. E. McCrearv 
R. W. Lins 
John A. Rieser 
Chester B. Wray 
E. P. Young 
E. G. Biester 
L. McCandless 
W. S. Mayer 
E. W. Tompkins 
Albert Heimbach 
M. W. Gettig 
R. B. Reid 



Probation Agt.i 

John Brehm 
J. C. Coulter 

B. L. Barnhart 
G. R. Hemphill 
Lester Karns 

P. A. Burket 
M. Druckemiller 

H. E. Coulter 
Mrs. L. Bennett 

C. A. Gall 



D. Warrington 

communications relative to probation matters 



Pennsylvania — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Pennsylvania — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Act. i 

Clarion Clarion M. 0. McKinley M.H.Davis D.E.Elliott 

Clearfield Clearfield J. J. Sharkey C. A. Belin G. W. Gaylor 

Clinton Lock Haven J. B. Bryderton B. L. Haag 

Columbia Bloomsburg H. S. Brewington Harold G. Teel Helen Holloway 

Crawford Meadville H. B. Smith H. A. Mook John Laley 

Cumberland Carlisle I. L. Dunlap J. B. Landis E. L. Adams 

Dauphin Harrisburg W. M. Caldwell C. B. Shelly D. D. Swavely 

Delaware Media W. M. McKim W. McClenachan Lewis Palmer 

Elk Ridgway T. J. Valentine B. R. Coppolo 

Erie Erie C. F. Kupplen M. E. Graham H. P. Dundon 

Fayette Uniontown T.R.Aubrey Jas. A. Reilly W. D. Gladden 

Forest Tionesta F. S. Ellis M. A. Carringer D. H. Blum 

Franklin Chambersburg C. H. Gillan J. G. Benedict 

Fulton McConnellsburg R. W. Hamil John W. Mentzer 

Greene Waynesburg Henry Flowers F. Throckmorton Russell Roberts 

Huntingdon Huntingdon W. A. Foster S. H. Stewart 

Indiana Indiana H. E. Koozer E.M.Clark W.H.Franks 

Jefferson Brookville S. G. Lowry R.M.Morris Harold Bowser 

Juniata . Mifflintown Karl Hower J. E. Niemond 

Lackawanna Scranton E. J. Coleman M. J. Eagen R. E. Scott 

Lancaster Lancaster Tom C. Shirk C. W. Eaby 

Lawrence New Castle M. M. Ingham J. G. Lamoree J. M. Dunlap 

Lebanon Lebanon H. C. KoUer Earl Brubaker R. O. Bowman 

Lehigh AUentown Oliver H. Peter J. L. Cutshall H. C. Weinert 

Luzerne Wilkes-Barre W.R.Thomas Leon Schwartz V. J. Jacox 

Lycoming Williamsport Joseph Mertz C.S.Williams C.E.Whipple 

McKean Smethport M. E. Dickinson C. W. Shattuck P. N. Osborne 

Mercer Mercer C. G. Scowden E. C. Moon W. T. Thompson 

Mifflin Lewistown J. W. Tomlinson H. O. Lantz 

Monroe Stroudsburg E. A. Serfaso George Shafer J. C. Shafer 

Montgomery .... Norristown E. H. Bellis F. B. Smillie T. H. Yeakle 

Montour Danville E. R. Lindmer Geo. W. Wagner 

Northampton. . . .Easton E. A. Boyer W. A. Frack S. L. Houck 

Northumberland , Sunbury A. L. Landis R. M. Fortney E. J. Klingman 

Perry New Bloomfield L. G. Mohler F. E. Tressler 

Philadelphia Philadelphia W.J.Hamilton Chas. F. Kelly E. M. Hackney 

Pike Milford Roy H. Crown Dorothy Stroh 

Potter Coudersport S. B. Sawyer W. P. Wells 

Schuylkill Pottsville F. C. Holman C. A. Whitehouse W. W. Scott 

Snyder Middleburg J. C. Grubb H. J. Sommer Boyd Fetterolf 

Somerset Somerset Fred B. Hare A.M.Matthews A.D.Shaffer 

Sullivan Laporte Ralph F. Obert Albert F. Heess 

Susquehanna .... Montrose W. J. McLaughlin J. L. Carrigg 

Tioga Wellsboro Carl H. Dillman C. M. Elliott R. E. Wilcox 

Union Lewisburg M. R. Good W. L. Showers O. I. Liddick 

\'enango Franklin I. O. Bell M. P. Breene 

Warren . , Warren J. P. Berdine J. H. Goldstein 

Washington Washington M.B.Armstrong Jas. C. Bane E. G. McGregor 

Wayne Honesdale F.A.Taylor J.W.Ames Angus Wood 

Westmoreland. . . Greensburg J. M. Keating C. D. Copeland Harry Bisell 

Wyoming Tunkhannock Roy Gardner J. F. Ogden W. D. Sampson 

York York John Billett John Brenneman L. D. Keesey 

^ In counties where no probation agents are listed, communications relative to probation matters 
may be addressed to the county sheriflf. 

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City Agencies and Officials 



Abington (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 18,648 

Chief of Police Patrick McKee 

Aliquippa (Beaver Co.) Pop. 27,116 

Chief of Police W. L. Ambrose 

Head, Identif. Div E. Grosskopf 

Municipal Attorney W. D. Craig 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Allentown (Lehigh Co.) Pop. 92,563 

Chief of Police C. R. Mensinger 

Head, Traffic Div A. L. Reilly 

Head, Identif. Div Robert Atl^ins 

Head, Records Div Harold Smith 

Municipal Attorney Calvin E. Arner 

Probation Officer Harvey Ehler 

100 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Altoona (Blair Co.) Pop. 82,054 

Chief of Police Harry S. Carey 

Head, Traffic Div \'aul Rouzer 

Head, Identif. Div John F. Marshall 

Head, Records Div John F. Marshall 

Municipal Attorney Samuel Jubelirer 

65 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Ambridge (Beaver Co.) Pop. 20,227 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .William C. Wolf 

Chief of Police Andrew H. Bires 

Assistant Chief Richard O'Neill 

Municipal Attorney Earl Schermerhorn 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Archbald (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 9,587 

Chief of Police Thos. F. Cawley 

Municipal Attorney Joseph T. KeUy 

5 employees 

Arnold (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 10,575 

Chief of Police Frank Kratz 

Municipal Attorney Joseph Bonidy 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Ashland (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 7,164 

Chief of Police Frank Wentzel 

Boro Solicitor L. E. Enterline 

Ashley (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 7,093 

Chief of Police Robert Hughes 

Avalon (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 5,940 

Chief of Police James D. Parker 

Municipal Attorney William A. Walker 

13 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Bangor (Northampton Co.) Pop. 5,824 

Chief of Police Joseph Grigg 



Beaver (Beaver Co.) Pop. 5,665 

Chief of Police Harry Anderson 

Assistant Chief F. A. Cline 

Head, Records Div L. C. Kimple 

Municipal Attorney John G. Marshall 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Beaver Falls (Beaver Co.) Pop. 17,147 

Chief of Police E. L. Lancaster 

Assistant Chief Ray Gorrell 

Municipal Attorney Joseph Tritschler 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Bellevue (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 10,252 

Chief of Police William Darling 

Assista)it Chief John McKissock, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney G. E. Marcroft, Jr. 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 

1 patrol wagon 

Berwick (Columbia Co.) Pop. 12,660 

Chief of Police Harry C. Peterson 

Municipal Attorney C. W. Dickson 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Bethlehem (Northampton Co.) Pop. 57,892 

Chief of Police Ernest Stocker 

Chief of Detectives C. E. Smith 

Municipal Attorney D. L. McCarthy 

59 employees; 3 motorcycles; 3 patrol cars; 

2 patrol wagon-ambulances 

Blairsville (Indiana Co.) Pop. 5,296 

Chief of Police Alex B. Watson 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Blakely (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 8,260 

Peckville P. O. 

Chief of Police Thompson Hall 

Bloomsburg (Columbia Co.) Pop. 9,093 

Chief of Police B. F. Jacoby 

Assistant Chief Clj-de C. IMiller 

Municipal Attorney Hervey Smith 

3 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Brackenridge (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,250 

Chief of Police Roy M. Hanna 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Braddock (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 19,329 

Chief of Police R. J. Butler 

Municipal Attorney J. J. IMcCarthy 

26 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Bradford (McKean Co.) Pop. 19,306 

Chief of Police Edward Edmonds 



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Head, Idcntif. Div Michael Ferko 

Municipal Allontey Francis M. Nash 

Prohaiion Officer P. N. Osborne 

22 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Brentwood (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 5,381 

Pittsburgh P. O. 

Chief of Police Otto Jordan 

Municipal Attorney C. H. Bracken 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Bridgeport (Montgomery Co.) 
Norristown P. O. 



Pop. 5,595 



Chief of Police Orfio CoUurio 

Bristol (Bucks Co.) Pop. 11,799 

Chief of Police Linford J. Jones 

Municipal Attorney Howard I. James 

Probation Officer Horace E. Gywenner 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Butler (Butler Co.) Pop. 23,568 

Chief of Police Anthony Graham 

Municipal Attorney B. R. Williams 

21 employees; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles 

Canonsburg (Washington Co.) Pop. 12,558 

Chief of Police Harold Addis 

Municipal Attorney A. L. Zeman 

Carbondale (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 20,061 

Dir. of Public 5a/c/y. . .Wm. L. Monahan 

Chief of Police Frank J. O'Boyle 

Sergeant of Police John Monahan 

Municipal Attorney Joseph E. Boland 

1 1 employees ; 1 patrol car 

Carlisle (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 12,596 

Chief of Police Chas. E. Strock 

Municipal Attorney John D. Faller 

Carnegie (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 12,497 

Chief of Police C. H. Keisling 

Municipal Attorney James H. Duff 

14 employees 

Centerville (Crawford Co.) Pop. 6,467 
Constable Harry Fielding 

Chambersburg (Franklin Co.) Pop. 13,788 

Chief of Police Harry S. Byers 

Municipal Attorney E. C. Wingerd 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Charleroi (Washington Co.) Pop. 11,260 

Chief of Police Peter Bege 

Municipal Attorney Roy I. Carson 



Cheltenham (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 15,731 
Elkins Park P. O. 

Chief of Police Theo. Hallowell 

Municipal Attorney Samuel H. High 

31 employees; 9 patrol cars 

Chester (Delaware Co.) Pop. 59,164 

Chief of Police Harry Robinson 

Chief of Detectives George J. Feeney 

Head, Traffic Div A. A. Quinn 

Juvenile Officer Clara B. Gladwin 

Head, Policewomen Elizabeth P. Lynch 

Head, Identif. Div Ferris Dunlap 

Head, Records Div Lester Farraday 

Municipal Attorney A. A. Cochrane 

Probation Officer Lewis Palmer 

61 employees; 8 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons 

Clairton (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 15,291 

Chief of Police Conrad F. Matz 

Assistant Chief Nick Stephanovic 

Head, Traffic Div Wilbur Jones 

Municipal Attorney C. J. Recht 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Clearfield (Clearfield Co.) Pop. 9,221 

Chief of Police R. J. McMuUen 

Assistant Chief E. G. Woolridge 

Municipal Attorney Edward Chaplin 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Clifton Heights (Delaware Co.) Pop. 5,057 

Chief of Police Charles Duke 

Municipal Attorney William C. Kraft 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Coaldale (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 6,921 

Chief of Police James L. Gallagher 

Assistant Chief Ben Herring 

Municipal Attorney Bernard Duffy 

2 employees 

Coatesville (Chester Co.) Pop. 14,582 

Captain Commanding Ralph E. ^^'illiams 

Municipal Attorney W. E. Greenwood 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Collingdale (Delaware Co.) Pop. 7,857 

Chief of Police W. F. Fitzpatrick 

Assistant Chief Emil Kettle 

Municipal Attorney John V. Diggens 

16 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Columbia (Lancaster Co.) Pop. 11,349 

Chief of Police Paul Thomas 

Municipal Attorney Henry Bruner 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



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Pennsylvania — Cities of 



Connellsville (Fayette Co.) Pop. 13,290 

Chief of Police Andrew Thomas 

Assistant Chief C. J. Nez 

Municipal Attorney J. Kirk Renner 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Conshohocken (Montgomery Co.) 

Pop. 10,815 

Chief of Police Walter Phipps 

Municipal Attorney E. A. Forrest 

7 employees 

Coraopolis (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 10,724 

Chief of Police George F. Colvin 

Municipal Attorney W. S. Rauhauser 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Corry (Erie Co.) Pop. 7,152 

Chief of Police John D. Flanigan 

Municipal Attorney Blaine Kinkaid 

6 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol wagon 

Crafton (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 7,004 

Chief of Police William J. Utz 

Municipal Attorney Robert S. Chess 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Danville (Montour Co.) Pop. 7,185 

Chief of Police Chas. H. Mong 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Robbins 

2 employees 



Pop. 9,899 
R. J. Thornton 



Darby (Delaware Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney A. P. Bretherick 

11 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Dickson City (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 12,395 
Scranton P.O. 

Chief of Police George Towers 

Municipal Attorney Stanley Evans 

Dunmore (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 22,627 

Chief of Police John J. Burke 

Municipal Attorney Wm. J. Kearney 

Donora (Washington Co.) Pop. 13,905 

Chief of Police William Smedley 

Assistant Chief Charles Titus 

Head, Traffic Div T. Mathues 

Municipal Attorney D. M. Anderson 

33 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Dormont (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 13,190 

Chief of Police Ralph B. Miller 

Municipal Attorney Alva C. Purdy 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 4 motorcycles 

1 



DuBois (Clearfield Co.) Pop. 11,595 

Chief of Police Robert R. Love 

Assistant Chief Z. B. Okonski 

Head, Traffic Div J. P. Rokosky 

Head, Identif. Div Bert Hetrick 

Municipal Attorney John J. Pentz 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dupont (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 5,161 

Avoca P. O. 

Chief of Police Jack Sockine 

Municipal Attorney J. Valitine 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Duquesne (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 21,396 

Chief of Police Wm. P. Maloy 

Municipal Attorney Chas. A. Lewis 

19 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Duryea (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 8,503 

Chief of Police Joseph Russavage 

Easton (Northampton Co.) Pop. 34,468 

Chief of Police F. C. Frederick 

Chief of Detectives H. J. Menikheim 

Head, Traffic Div Conrad M. Hawk 

Municipal Attorney Edw. McCluskey 

Probation Officer Carrie Riddle 

35 employees; 5 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

East Pittsburg (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,214 

Chief of Police William Boyle 

East Stroudsburg (Monroe Co.) Pop. 6,099 

Chief of Police Arthur Swink 

Assistant Chief Travis Seese 

2 employees 

Edwardsville (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 8,847 

Kingston P. O. 

Chief of Police Thos. Keirle 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

EUwood City (Lawrence Co.) Pop. 12,323 

Chief of Police W. C. Morrison 

Assistant Chief E. R. Hartman 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Humphrey 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Emaus (Lehigh Co.) Pop. 6,419 

Chief of Police R. A. Walters 

Municipal Attorney Henry L. Snyde 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Erie (Erie Co.) Pop. 115,967 

Chief of Police Geo. J. Christoph 

Captain of Police R. J. Dundon 

Head, Traffic Div J. P. Donlin 

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Head, Policewomen Mrs. E. Jeffs 

Municipal Attorney Edw. M. Murphy 

130 employees; 8 patrol cars; 11 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons 

Etna (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 7,493 

Chief of Police Frank Kaschai 

Assistant Chief Charles Kane 

Head, Traffic Div Ralph Michaels 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Mclntyre 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Exeter (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 5,724 

Pittston P. 0. 

Chief of Police John J. Pribula 

Assistant Chief Thos. Jibbletts 

Municipal Attorney M. F. Mackin 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Farrell (Mercer Co.) Pop. 14,359 

Chief of Police John J. Sposito 

Captain of Police I. E. Frankel 

Head, Traffic Div Jos. Volansky 

Head, Idcntif. Div Nicholas Petrillo 

Municipal Attorney Ben H. Marks 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Ford City (Armstrong Co.) Pop. 6,127 

Chief of Police Geo. H. Hoy 

Municipal Attorney Ward IMcCuUough 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Forest City (Susquehanna Co.) Pop. 5,209 

Chief of Police John Mikulak 

Forty Fort (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 6,224 

Chief of Police H. J. Sutliff 

Frackville (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 8,034 

Chief of Police IVI. D. Forney 

Franklin (Venango Co.) Pop. 10,254 

Chief of Police F. M. Sheffer 

Municipal Attorney Robert M. Dale 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Freeland (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 7,098 

Chief of Police John Watchovich 

Assistant Chief Andrew Lavinka 

Municipal Attorney M. S. DePierro 

11 employees 

Gettysburg (Adams Co.) Pop. 5,584 

Chief of Police Lloyd E. Wisler 

Municipal Attorney E. V. Bulleit 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Glassport (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 8,390 

Chief of Police Clarence Urbanski 



Municipal Attorney Samuel A. Weiss 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Greensburg (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 16,508 

Chief of Police George Westover 

Head, Traffic Div Robert J. Feightner 

Municipal Attorney Robert L. Potts 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Greenville (Mercer Co.) Pop. 8,628 

Chief of Police R. R. Hutton 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Hittle 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Grove City (Mercer Co.) Pop. 6,156 

Chief of Police James Reed 

Municipal Attorney M. B. Klinesmith 

3 employees 

Hanover (York Co.) Pop. 11,805 

Chief of Police Norman W^ Keeney 

Assistant Chief M. C. Wine 

Municipal Attorney Robert M. Laird 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Harrisburg (Dauphin Co.) Pop. 80,339 

Chief of Police Geo. J. Shoemaker 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Herbert G. Rupp 

Head, Traffic Div Paul G. Schelhas 

Head, Records Div W. C. Truby 

Municipal Attorney Paul G. Smith 

134 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Harrison (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 12,387 

Natrona P. 0. 

Chief of Police M. S. Graczyk 

Twp. Attorneys Hazlett, Gannon 

& Walters 
5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Haverford Twp. (Delaware Co.) Pop. 21,362 
Upper Darby P. O. 

Supt. of Police Samuel Siegle 

Municipal Attorney Harold L. Ervin 

36 employees; 7 patrol cars 

Hazleton (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 36,765 

Chief of Police John Dabashinsky 

Municipal Attorney John H. Bigelow 

27 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Hollidaysburg (Blair Co.) Pop. 5,959 

Chief of Police Harris Baird 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Patterson 

2 employees 

Homestead (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 20,141 

Chief of Police Thos. F. Conlin 

Municipal Attorney P. H. McGuire 



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Honesdale (Wayne Co.) Pop. 5,490 

Chief of Police N. B. Spencer 

Municipal Attorney Lester R. Male 

4 employees 

Huntingdon (Huntingdon Co.) Pop. 7,558 

Chief of Police D. L. Rupert 

Assistant Chief William Smucher 

Municipal Attorney Robert Henderson 

2 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Indiana (Indiana Co.) Pop. 9,509 

Chief of Police Arthur E. Beal 

Assistant Chief William J. Kelley 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. Harbor 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Jeannette (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 15,126 

Chief of Police Charles E. Walter 

Assistant Chief Louis Alsopiedi 

Municipal Attorney Fred B. Trescher 

8 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Jersey Shore (Lycoming Co.) Pop. 5,781 

Chief of Police G. M. Slifer 

Municipal Attorney Clyde E. Carpenter 

1 employee 

Johnstown (Cambria Co.) Pop. 66,993 

Chief of Police Harry F. Klink 

Chief of Detectives Byron Petriken 

Head, Traffic Div Blair Rutledge 

Chief, Patrol Div James Adams 

Head, Accident Preven.. .Percy Huffman 

Head, Records Div Byron Petriken 

Municipal Attorney John P. Saylor 

65 employees; 6 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Kane (McKean Co.) Pop. 6,232 

Chief of Police Patrick E. Nelson 

Assistant Chief Neal C. Fulmer 

Head, Traffic Div Clyde G. Kelts 

Municipal Attorney Frank Woods 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Kingston (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 21,600 

Chief of Police David Francis 

Municipal Attorney J. P. Harris 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Kittaning (Armstrong Co.) Pop. 7,808 

Chief of Police Samuel Densmore 

Municipal Attorney H. A. Heilman 

5 employees 

Kulpmont (Northumberland Co.) Pop. 6,120 
Chief of Police Gerard Veach 



Assistant Chief A. Weslotsky 

Municipal Attorney C. A. Ambrose 

2 employees 

Lancaster (Lancaster Co.) Pop. 59,949 

Chief of Police Albert Carlson 

Captain of Detectives . . . .W. H. SuUenberger 

Head, Policewomen Agnes Ferriter 

Municipal Attorney B. J. Zimmerman 

Probation Officer Edward Barnes 

55 employees; 4 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol car-ambulance 

Lansdale (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 8,379 

Chief of Police Samuel WolVuidin 

Lansdowne (Delaware Co.) Pop. 9,542 

Chief of Police Frank B. Titus 

Municipal Attorney F. A. Moorshead 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lansford (Carbon Co.) Pop. 9,632 

Chief of Police Robert Bacon, Jr. 

Larksville (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 9,322 

Kingston P. O. 

Chief of Police Joseph Mock 

Municipal Attorney Earl Langon 

Probation Officer Andrew P. Suppon 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Latrobe (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 10,644 

Chief of Police G. D. Brubaker 

Municipal Attorney Jas. B. Weaver 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 3 ambulances 

Lebanon (Lebanon Co.) Pop. 25,561 

Chief of Police Harry Sealer 

Municipal Attorney Roy M. Bowman 

26 employees; 4 motorcycles 



Lehighton (Carbon Co.) 



Pop. 6,490 



Chief of Police Harry T. Yenser 

Assistant Chief Robert Ashner 

Municipal Attorney George Gray 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Lewistown (Mifflin Co.) Pop. 13,357 

Chief of Police *. . Norris M. Houser 

Head, Identif. Div Earl D. Goss 

Municipal Attorney Harry L. Siegel 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Lock Haven (Clinton Co.) Pop. 9,668 

Chief of Police Martin J. Peters 

Municipal Attorney ]\L E. Haggerty 

9 employees; 2 motorcycles; 1 patrol wagon 



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Lower Merion Twp. (Montgomery Co.) 

Ardmore V. O. Pop. 35,166 

Siipt. of Police S. W. Gearhart 

HI employees; 11 patrol cars; 1 patrol 
wagon; 10 motorcycles; 1 ambulance 

Luzerne (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 6,950 

Chief of Police Albin Grumblis 

Assistant Chief John Rosnick 

Municipal Attorney Henry Greenwald 

4 employees ; 1 patrol car 

Mahanoy City (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 14,784 

Chief of Police A. P. McLaughlin 

Municipal Attorney James P. Bohorad 

7 employees 

McAdoo (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 5,239 

Chief of Police J. N. Simosek 

Assistant Chief Steven Thomas 

Municipal Attorney Adam Bavolack 

18 employees 

McKeesport (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 54,632 

Chief of Police John J. Whalen 

Head, Traffic Div Allen M. Kerfoot 

Head, Identif. Div Ben Farkas 

Municipal Attorney Harry M. Jones 

70 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

McKees Rocks (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 18,116 

Chief of Police Fred Kwaitek 

Assistant Chief Nicholas Antonelli 

Municipal Attorney Louis H. Artuso 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Meadville (Crawford Co.) Pop. 16,698 

Chief of Police E. C. Gibson 

Municipal Attorney Dickson Andrew^s 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Mechanicsburg (Cumberland Co.) Pop. 5,647 

Chief of Police H. W. Koser 

Assistant Chief William Martin 

Municipal Attorney A. Bowman, Jr. 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Media (Delaware Co.) Pop. 5,372 

Chief of Police *. . Frank Chandler 

Municipal Attorney George T. Butler 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Middletown (Dauphin Co.) Pop. 6,085 

Chief of Police Charles Houser 

Assistant Chief Russell Houser 

Municipal Attorney M. R. Metzger 

5 employees; 1 ambulance 



Midland (Beaver Co.) Pop. 6,007 

Chief of Police William Fox 

Millvale (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 8,166 

Chief of Police J- H. Martin 

Milton (Northumberland Co.) Pop. 8,552 

Chief of Police M. C. Budd 

Captain of Police Conrad Filbert 

Municipal Attorney W. T. Windsor 

3 employees 

MinersviUe (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 9,392 

Chief of Police Samuel Edwards 

Municipal Attorney M. H. Jenkins 

3 employees 

Monessen (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 20,268 

Chief of Police David Canova 

Municipal Attorney Vincent R. Smith 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Monongahela (Washington Co.) Pop. 8,675 

Chief of Police W. H. Stewart 

Municipal Attorney Jos. Benedict 

4 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Morrisville (Bucks Co.) Pop. 5,368 

Chief of Police Albert Cooper 

Mount Carmel (Northumberland Co.) 

Pop. 17,967 

Chief of Police Jos. Chesney 

Municipal Attorney Louis Cohen 

Mount Lebanon (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 13,403 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Kane 

Twp. Solicitor S. A. Schreiner 

19 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Mount Oliver (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 7,071 
Pittsburgh P. O. 

Chief of Police C. W. Beckman 

Mount Pleasant (Westmoreland Co.) 

Pop. 5,869 

Chief of Police Joseph White 

3 employees 

Munhall (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 12,995 

Chief of Police Earl K. Gable 

Assistant Chief B. J. Roberts 

Municipal Attorney J. B. McAdoo 

25 employees; 1 patrol car; 4 motorcycles 

Nanticoke (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 26,043 

Chief of Police Robert Davis 



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Cities — Pennsylvania 



Pennsylvania — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney R. Livingston 

19 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Nanty Glo (Cambria Co.) Pop. 5,598 

Chief of Police Guy J. Ceria 

Nazareth (Northampton Co.) Pop. 5,505 

Chief of Police Conrad C. Miller 

Municipal Attorney Charles Shimer 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

New Brighton (Beaver Co.) Pop. 9,950- 

Chief of Police Samuel Kennedy 

New Castle (Lawrence Co.) Pop. 48,674 

Chief of Police Ralph A. Criswell 

Chiif of Detectives H. R. Showalter 

Head, Traffic Div Thomas Jones 

Municipal Attorney \Vm. D. Cobau 

45 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

New Kensington (Westmoreland Co.) 

Pop. 16,762 

Chief of Police Dan Zeloyle 

Municipal Attorney Victor B. Bouton 

Probation Officer Wm. B. Fowler 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Norristown (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 35,853 

Chief of Police George Bausewine 

Assistant Chief Edgar Strange 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Barnard 

35 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Northampton (Northampton Co.) Pop. 9,839 

Chief of Police J. A. Hiestand 

Municipal Attorney David Getz 

3 employees; 2 patrol cars 

North Braddock (AUeghenv Co.) Pop. 16,782 
Braddock P. O. 

Chief of Police John J. Duhon 

Captain of Police Shelby Watkins 

Municipal Attorney Leo Kostman 

19 employees 

Oakmont (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,027 

Chief of Police Charles J. Helwig 

Assistant Chief Edw. N. Helwig 

Municipal Attorney Fred Shoemaker 

Probation Officer. .'. Paul M. Bardes 

6 employees; 6 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Oil City (Venango Co.) Pop. 22,075 

Chief of Police Edward Nugent 

Municipal Attorney S. N. Mogilowitz 

15 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 



Old Forge (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 12,661 

Chief of Police Nicholas Salerno 

Municipal Attorney Saverio Rosato 

Olyphant (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 10,743 

Chief of Police Jos. Michalik 

Municipal Attorney William Bush 

Palmerton (Carbon Co.) Pop. 7,678 

Chief of Police Oscar Arnold 

Municipal Attorney Raymond F. Smith 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Parnassus (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 6,240 
{Now part of New Kensington. Policed 
by New Kensington force) 

Philadelphia (Philadelphia Co.) 

Pop. 1,950,961 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .James H. Malone 

Supt. of Police Edward Hubbs 

Assistant Chief Howard Sutton 

Chief of Detectives James P. Ryan 

Head, Traffic Div Guy E. Parsons 

Head, Crime Preven Thos. J. Gibbons 

Head, Policewomen Norma A. Carson 

Head, Accident Preven. . John McCarthy 

Head, Identif. Div John Hanlon 

Municipal Attorney Chas. F. Kelley 

5,265 employees; 105 patrol cars; 297 motor- 
cycles; 47 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 

Phoenixville (Chester Co.) Pop. 12,029 

Chief of Police F. K. Maclnnis 

Head, Identif. Div Wayne D. Jones 

Municipal Attorney F. W. Deininger 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Pitcairn (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,317 

Chief of Police Warren McDowell 

Municipal Attorney John F. Cox 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Pittsburgh (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 669,817 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .G. E. A. Fairley 

Supt. of Police Harvey A. Scott 

Assistant Chief Andrew Charles 

Chief of Detectives W. C. Monaghan 

Head, Traffic Div Charles L. Dye 

Chief of Patrol Div Edward J. Brophy 

Juvenile Officer Gustav L. Schramm 

Head, Policeivomen Ida Rickenbrode 

Head, Identif. Div Leo P. Dumont 

Head, Records Div Gus Ellis 

Municipal Attorney Andrew T. Park 

998 employees; 37 patrol cars; 46 motor- 
cycles; 9 patrol wagons 



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THE POLICE 



Pittston (Luzerne Co.) 

Chief of Police Edward A. Moran 

Assistant Chief Michael Dructor 

Head, Traffic Div Edward Doran 

Municipal Attorney Wm. H. Gillespie 

21 employees; 1 patrol car 



Pennsylvania — Cities of 

Pop. 18,246 St. Clair (Schuylkill Co.) 



Pop. 7,296 



Pop. 16,044 
. . . .J. F. Chehutski 



Plains (Luzerne Co.) 
Wilkes-Barre P. O 

Chief of Police . 

Plymouth (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 16,543 

Chief of Police L. L. Kendig 

Assistant Chief Joseph Stancavage 

Head, Traffic Div Timothy Murray 

Municipal Attorney Thomas M. Lewis 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Pottstown (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 19,430 

Chief of Police James A. Laughead 

Municipal Attorney John H. Longaker 

18 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Pottsville (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 24,300 

Chief of Police Leo S. Deegan 

Municipal Attorney R. A. Freiler 

Punxsutawney (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 9,266 

Chief of Police H. B. Hilton 

Head, Traffic Div Robert Carrick 

Municipal Attorney Robert Morris 

Probation Officer H. B. Hilton 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Rankin (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 7,956 

Chief of Police Victor L. Tavis 

Municipal Attorney Herbert Lebovitz 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Reading (Berks Co.) Pop. 1 1 1 , 1 7 1 

Chief of Police W. S. Schearer 

Chief of Detectives Charles Dentith 

Head, Records Div Fred Mechler 

Earl Angstadt 

Municipal Attorney Darlington Hoopes 

152 employees; 10 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Ridgway (Elk Co.) Pop. 6,313 

Chief of Police Harry M. Hill 

Municipal Attorney Geo. F. Greiner 

2 employees 

Rochester (Beaver Co.) Pop. 7,726 

Chief of Police G. F. Gochring 

Assistant Chief F. H. Craig 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Chief of Police Edward Morrow 

Assistant Chief Joseph H. Long 

3 employees 

St. Marys (Elk Co.) Pop. 7,433 

Chief of Police William A. Goetz 

Assistant Chief August Grosser 

Municipal Attorney T. G. Gregory 

4 employees 

Sayre (Bradford Co.) Pop. 7,902 

Chief of Police Ray Nobles 

Assistant Chief Ray Eldred 

Municipal Attorney E. C. O'Connor 

Probation Officer Myra Druckenmiller 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Schuylkill Haven (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 6,514 

Chief of Police W. Frank Deibert 

Municipal Attorney Vincent Dalton 

4 employees 

Scottdale (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 6,714 

Chief of Police F. M. Canoe 

Municipal Attorney J. L. MoUison 

3 employees 

Scranton (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 143,433 

Dir. of Public Safety . . . .James M. Powell 

Supt. of Police Gilbert Perry 

Chief of Detectives Geo. Donaldson 

Head, Traffic Div George Davis 

Head, Patrol Div W. Gogolkiewicz 

Head, Identif. Div Clyde L. Finney 

Head, Records Div John Gilroy 

Municipal Attorney Jerome I. Myers 

180 employees; 4 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
3 patrol wagons 

Sewickley (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 5,599 

Chief of Police T. J. Pendergast 

Municipal Attorney Roy Rose 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Shamokin (Northumberland Co.) Pop. 20,274 

Chief of Police W. L. Miller 

Municipal Attorney D. W. Kearney 

Sharon (Mercer Co.) Pop. 25,908 

Chief of Police Charles B. Steger 

Municipal Attorney Fred T. Fruit 

23 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Sharpsburg (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 8,642 

Chief of Police Rocco Belsito 

Assistant Chief Chester Zygello 



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Cities — Pennsylvania 



Pennsylvania — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney J. Alfred Wilner 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Sharpsville (Mercer Co.) Pop. 5,194 

Chief of Police Charles F. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Mahoney, Jr. 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Shenandoah (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 21,782 

Chief of Police F. K. Alinsky 

Assistant Chief John Murphy 

Municipal Attorney M. V. X. McGuire 

13 employees 

South Brownsville (Fayette Co.) Pop. 5,314 

Brownsville P. 0. 
Acfg Chief of Police. . . .W. J. Long 
Municipal Attorney M. J. Laponsky 

9 employees; 1 police wagon-ambulance 

South Williamsport (Lycoming Co.) 

Williamsport P. O. Pop. 6,058 

Chief of Police William L. Mix 

Head, Traffic Div Frank E. Whitnack 

Municipal Attorney Frank P. Cummings 

Probation Officer Frank E. Whitnack 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Steelton (Dauphin Co.) Pop. 13,291 

Chief of Police Jos. N. Sostar 

Municipal Attorney J. Paul Rupp 

8 employees; 2 motorcycles 

Stowe (Montgomery Co.) 

Chief of Police Albert J. Lubic 

Stroudsburg (Monroe Co.) Pop. 5,961 

Chief of Police J. F. McConnell 

Municipal Attorney CD. ShuU 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Summithill (Carbon Co.) Pop. 5,567 

Chief of Police J. M. VanHorn 

Municipal Attorney Jas. C. McCready 

4 employees; 1 ambulance 

Sunbury (Northumberland Co.) Pop. 15,626 

Chief of Police Michael Sergent 

Assistant Chief M. W. Beers 

Municipal Attorney W. J. B. Bloom 

1 patrol car 

Swissvale (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 16,029 

Chief of Police R. W. Wagner 

Lieut, of Police Jas. Harrington 

Municipal Attorney J. R. Dierst, Jr. 

21 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 9,133 



Swoyerville (Luzerne Co.) 
Kingston P. O. 

Chief of Police Joseph Urban 

Assistant Chief Mike Humza 

14 employees 

Tamaqua (Schuylkill Co.) Pop. 12,936 

Chief of Police Claude Brecker 

Municipal Attorney B. J. Duffy 

5 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Tarentum (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 9,551 

Chief of Police Joseph Pierre 

Municipal Attorney S. M. Hazlett 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



Taylor (Lackawanna Co.) 



Pop. 10,428 



Chief of Police Reese Evans 

Municipal Attorney Ernest Gazda 

Throop (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 8,027 

Chief of Police John Demko 

Assistant Chief Henry Sargent 

Municipal Attorney John Serotnak 

Probation Officer Arthur Jones 

6 employees 

Titusville (Crawford Co.) Pop. 8,055 

Chief of Police Dan F. Connell 

Assistant Chief Peter B. McDonald 

Municipal Attorney R. B. Mahany 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Turtle Creek (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 10,690 

Chief of Police William J. Whalen 

Municipal Attorney John C. Fulton 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Tyrone (Blair Co.) Pop. 9,042 

Chief of Police A. D. Mencer 

Municipal Attorney R. H. Gilbert 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Uniontown (Fayette Co.) Pop. 19,544 

Chief of Police Alfred W. Davis 

Assistant Chief Charles Malik 

Municipal Attorney W. Frank Lane 

25 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Upper Darby (Delaware Co.) Pop. 46,626 

Captain of Police Fred C. Hoopes 

Municipal Attorney Harold Irvin 

85 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Vandergrift (Westmoreland Co.) Pop. 11,479 

Chief of Police R. W. Mclntire 



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Pennsylvania — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Harold R. Bair 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 



Warren (Warren Co.) 



Pop. 14,863 



Chief of Police George F. Haehn 

Captain of Police Ray Eckardt 

Municipal Attorney S. D. Blackman 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Washington (Washington Co.) Pop. 24,545 

Chief of Police Joseph Verderber 

Assistant Chief H. C. Jolliffe 

Head, Traffic Div E. G. Rowland 

Municipal Attorney Meyer Goldfarb 

23 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Waynesboro (Franklin Co.) Pop. 10,167 

Chief of Police Floyd L. Maurer 

Assistant Chief W. Fred Gillan 

Head, Identif. Div M. F. Summers 

Municipal Attorney N. F. Keller 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 



Head, Records Div Al B. Coyle 

Municipal Attorney Edwin B. Morgan 

107 employees; 5 patrol cars; 8 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Wilkinsburg (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 29,639 

Chief of Police James Harris 

Captain of Police Winslow NichoUs 

Municipal Attorney H. Patterson 

20 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Williamsport (Lycoming Co.) Pop. 45,729 

Chief of Police John G. Good 

Chief of Detectives Jos. M. Schmucker 

Head, Traffic Div Ray E. Fedder 

Chief, Patrol Div Harvey H. Zuber 

Juvenile Officer C. A. Pfleegor 

Head, Policewomen Annabelle Smead 

Head, Records Div Theo. R. Walters 

Municipal Attorney C. R. Bidelspacher, 

Jr. 
33 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 



West Chester (Chester Co.) Pop. 12,325 Wilmerding (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,291 

Chief of Police Abner F. Glisson 

Municipal Attorney Guy W. Knauer 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars 

West Hazleton (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 7,310 

Chief of Police Carl O. Meiss 

Assistant Chief Edward Waitkus 

Municipal Attorney Adrian H. Jones 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

West Pittston (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 7,940 

Pittston P. O. 

Chief of Police John J. Stutz 

Assistant Chief John A. Smith 

Municipal Attorney Thomas F. Burke 

9 employees; 1 motorcycle 

West View (Allegheny Co.) Pop. 6,028 

Chief of Police W. D. Kaesmier 

West York (York Co.) Pop. 5,381 

Chief of Police John H. Dodson 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Fisher 

2 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Wilkes-Barre (Luzerne Co.) Pop. 86,626 

Chief of Police J. Russell Taylor 

Head, Traffic Div Frank J. Eckhart 



Chief of Police S. M. Holden 

Assistant Chief J- T. Edelman 

Municipal Attorney V. L. Barbor 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Wilson (Northampton Co.) Pop. 8,265 

Chief of Police Arthur Bailey 

Windber (Somerset Co.) Pop. 9,205 

Chief of Police Ray Holsopple 

Municipal Attorney J. A. Hartman 

5 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Winton (Lackawanna Co.) Pop. 8,508 

{No municipal police force) 

Yeadon (Delaware Co.) Pop. 5,430 

Chief of Police Thomas Latch 

Lieut, of Police Stewart Robinson 

Municipal Attorney E. Leroy \'anRoden 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 



York (York Co.) 



Pop. 55,254 



Dir. of Public Safety. . . .Curtis Schaberg 

Chief of Police C. P. Gerber 

Head, Identif. Div W. H. Myers 

Municipal Attorney Fred B. Gerber 

55 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 



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Rhode Island 

State Capital: Providence 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor William H. Vanderbilt (Providence) 

Attorney General Louis V. Jackvony (Providence) 

Liquor Control Administrator George W. Brewster (Providence) 

Rhode Island State Police (P. O. Box 1338, Providence) 

Superintendent Jonathan H. Harwood 

Captain, Executive Officer Daniel G. O'Brien 

Captain, Ass't Executive Officer E. F. Stenhouse 

68 employees; 46 patrol cars; 36 motorcycles 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification (Providence) 

Director John J. McGuire 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Howard) Clement D. Ferling, Warden 

State Reformatory for Men (Howard) Clement D. Ferling, Warden 

State Reformatory for Women (Howard) Clement D. Ferling, Warden 

Sockanossett School for Boys (Howard) Daniel G. Aldrich, Supt. 

Oaklawn School for Girls (Howard) Eleanor A. Donahue, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Providence) Gov. W. H. Vanderbilt, Chairman 

Div. of Parole & Crim. Statistics (Providence) J. H. Hagan, Administrator 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty.i Prob.\tion Agt.2 

Bristol Bristol E. L. Church 

Kent East Greenwich Thos. F. Barry 

Newport Newport Jas. S. O'Brien 

Providence Providence John Kelly 

Washington West Kingston Wm. L. Kay 

City Agencies and Officials 

Barrington (Bristol Co.) Pop. 5,162 Assistant Chief William I. Baker 

Chief of Police George W. Robbins Municipal Attorney . . . Joseph Hammill 

Assistant Chief Walter S. Walberg 8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Municipal Attorney Lester S. WaUing Central Falls (Providence Co.) Pop. 25,898 

5 employees; 3 patrol cars ,^, • . ^ r. ,• /- tt /- n ** 

^ -^ Lhicf of Police Geo. E. CoUette 

Burrilville (Providence Co.) Pop. 7,677 Assistant Chief George Andrews 

Pascoag P. O. Head, Idcntif. Div Roland G. ISIercier 

Chief of Police Frank Generaux Municipal Attorney Zygmunt J. Czubak 

Municipal Attomev Jas. L. Smith Probation Officer Joseph Gilmore 

Probation Officer. .'. Enos Emmott 36 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon; 

3 employees 2 ambulances 

Bristol (Bristol Co.) Pop. 11,953 Cranston (Providence Co.) Pop. 42,911 

Chief of Police Anthony Ferrara Cliicf of Police James G. Miller 

1 All prosecutions under supervision of Attornej^ General Louis V. Jackvony, Providence, who 
designates one or more of his assistants to handle cases in all parts of the state. 

2 Probation matters under supervision of State Probation Division headed by Chief Joseph H. Hagan 
who designates probation officers from his staff to handle cases in the various cities and counties. 

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Rhode Island — Cities of 



Head, Idcnlij. Div George Dibble 

Head, Records Div George Dibble 

Municipal Attorney Edward Day 

46 employees; 7 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Cumberland (Providence Co.) Pop. 10,304 
Valley Falls P. O. 

Chief of Police James T. Bradley 

Assistant Chief Wm. J. Edmonds 

Municipal Attorney Stephen Fanning 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

East Providence (Providence Co.) Pop. 29,995 

Chief of Police James R. Crosby 

Head, Identif. Div Kenneth C. Rodamn 

Municipal Attorney William H. Brand 

27 employees; 10 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Johnston (Providence Co.) Pop. 9,357 

Providence P. O. 

Chief of Police Chester Cohvell 

Assistant Chief Anthony Rainone 

Municipal Attorney Arthur Votolato 

6 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Lincoln (Providence Co.) 
Lonsdale P. O. 



Pop. 10,421 



Chief of Police Wm. J. Wright 

Municipal Attorney Charles F. Risk 

9 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Newport (Newport Co.) 



Pop. 27,612 



Chief of Police Patrick J. Furey 

Head, Identif. Div Henry E. Madden 

Municipal Attorney Jeremiah Sullivan 

62 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

North Providence (Providence Co.) 

Pop. 11,104 

Chief of Police Wm. J. Donovan 

Municipal Attorney John Notte, Jr. 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pawtucket (Providence Co.) 



Pop. 77,149 



Dir. of Public Safety .... Harry F. Curvin 

Chief of Police Leonard Mills 

Chief of Detectives W. H. Wadsworth 

Head, Identif. Div Wm. H. LaClair 

Head, Records Div William H. Knott 



Municipal Attorney John A. O'Neil 

121 employees; 6 patrol cars; 9 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Providence (Providence Co.) Pop. 252,981 

Chief of Police John J. Parker 

Assistant Chief James J. Cusick 

Chief of Detectives Thomas Rattigan 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph V. McGuirl 

Head, Policewomen Mae C. MacDonald 

Head Identif. Div Michael Franklin 

Head, Records Div Eric Parker 

Municipal Attorney Wm. A. Needham 

564 employees; 67 patrol cars; 22 motor- 
cycles; 8 patrol ambulances 



Warren (Bristol Co.) 
Apponaug P. O. 



Pop. 7,974 



Chief of Police George W. Lewis 

Captain of Police Louis D. Bedard 

Municipal Attorney Frank Pinkos 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Warwick (Kent Co.) 



Pop. 23,196 



Chief of Police Wm. C. Kindelan 

Assistant Chief F. R. Sprague 

Head, Identif. Div S. W. Henderson 

Municipal Attorney Edw. L. Godfrey 

Probation Officer Arthur J. DeNomme 

32 employees; 13 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Westerly (Washington Co.) Pop. 10,997 

Chief of Police Robert Kessel 

Assistant Chief George L. Madison 

Municipal Attorney Herbert Rathbun 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

West Warwick (Kent Co.) Pop. 17,696 

Chief of Police Louis Peltier 

Assistant Chief William Mailloux 

Municipal Attorney Joseph McKanna 

Probation Officer Arthur DeNomme 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Woonsocket (Providence Co.) Pop. 49,376 

Chief of Police Alfred O. Perron 

Chief of Detectives Ernest E. Durand 

Head, Traffic Div John F. Crowley 

Juvenile Officer Edgar C. Turco'tte 

Head, Policewomen Lida Young 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Jos. A. Kosowicz 

Head, Identif. Div Arthur F. Coe 

Municipal Attorney John J. JNIee 

80 emploj'ees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
2 patrol wagons; 1 ambulance 



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State and Counties— South Carolina 



South Carolina • 

State Capital: Columbia 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Burnet R. Maybank (Columbia) 

Attorney General John M. Daniel (Columbia) 

Uniform Law Commissioner B. Allston Moore (Charleston) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman W. G. Query (Columbia) 

Division of State Highways (Columbia) 
Chief Highway Commissioner Ben M. Sawyer 

DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES (Columbia) 

Director A. W. Bohlen 

STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (P. 0. Drawer 1498, Columbia) 

Captain Commanding E. Fleming Mason 

125 employees; 80 patrol cars; 40 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Columbia) John M. Glenn, Supt. 

Industrial School for White Boys (Florence) G. W. CoUier, Snpt. 

Industrial School for Girls (Columbia) (Vacancy) 

J. G. Richards Reformatory for Colored Boys (Columbia) W. B. Hughey, Supt. 

Pardons and Parole Gov. Burnet R. Maybank 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Abbeville Abbeville F. B. McLane Hugh Beasley 

Aiken Aiken J. P. Howard B. D. Carter 

Allendale Allendale H. C. McMillan R. Murdaugh 

Anderson Anderson W. O. Marett R. W. Fant 

Bamburg Bamburg T. J. Hadwin B. D. Carter 

Barnwell Barnwell J.B.Morris B.D.Carter 

Beaufort Beaufort J. E. McTeer R. Murdaugh 

Berkeley Moncks Corner C. P. Ballentine R. M. Figg, Jr. 

Calhoun . .- St. Matthews F. F. Hill A. J. Hydrick 

Charleston Charleston J. M. Poulnot R. M. Figg, Jr. 

Cherokee Gaffney R. B. Bryant S. R. Watt 

Chester Chester W. H. Peden W. G. Finley 

Chesterfield Chesterfield F. S. Douglass S. S. Tyson 

Clarendon Manning J. E. Gamble F. A. McLeod 

Colleton Walterboro B. L. Rhodes R. Murdaugh 

Darlington Darlington J. P. Privette S.S.Tyson 

Dillon Dillon W. E. Allen S. S. Tyson 

Dorchester St. George H. H. Jessen A. J. Hydrick 

Edgefield Edgefield L. H. Harling J. D. Griffith 

Fairfield Winnsboro E. K. Rabb W. G. Finley 

Florence Florence W. R. Wall G. L. Ford 

Georgetown Georgetown H. P. Bruorton G.L.Ford 

Greenville Greenville J. A. Martin R. T. Ashmore 

Greenwood Greenwood E.M.White Hugh Beasley 

Hampton Hampton A. M. Lightsey R. Murdaugh 

Horry Conway W. E. Sessions G. L. Ford 

1 Sheriffs act as probation agents. 

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South Carolina — Cities 



THE POLICE 



South Carolina — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Jasper Ridgeland 

Kershaw Camden 

Lancaster Lancaster 

Laurens Laurens 

Lee Bishopville 

Lexington Lexington 

McCormick McCormick 

Marion Marion 

Marlboro Bennettsville 

Newberry Newberry 

Oconee Walhalla 

Orangeburg Orangeburg 

Pickens Pickens 

Richland Columbia 

Saluda Saluda 

Spartanburg Spartanburg 

Sumter Sumter 

Union Union 

Williamsburg. . . .Kingstree 
York York 



Sheriff 

F. H. Drew 
J. H. McLeod 
R. A. Blackmon 
C. W. Wier 
J. K. Wilson 
H. C. Oswald 
W. T. Strom 
(Vacancy) 
L. D. Odom 
T. M. Fellers 
S. N. Hunnicutt 
Geo. L. Reed 
A. R. Ross 
T. Alec Heise 
E. G. Davis 
S. M. Henry 
C. M. Hurst 
J. G. Faucett 
Ed Parrott 
C. A. Moss 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

R. Murdaugh 
A. F. Spigener 
W. G. Finley 
Hugh Beasley 

F. A. McLeod 
J. D. Griffith 
J. D. Griffith 

G. L. Ford 
S. S. Tyson 
Hugh Beasley 
R. W. Fant 
A. J. Hydrick 
R. T. Ashmore 
A. F. Spigener 
J. D. Griffith 
S. R. Watt 

F. A. McLeod 
S. R. Watt 
F. A. McLeod 
W. G. Finley 



Probation Act. i 



City Agencies and Officials 



Aiken (Aiken Co.) 

Chief of Police .... 
Lieut, of Police . . . 
Head, Traffic Div.. 
Municipal Attorney. 



Pop. 6,033 

.J. E. George 
L. R. Gregory 
.J. R. Lybrand 
.J. B. Salley 



12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 
Anderson (Anderson Co.) Pop. 14,383 

Chief of Police W. W. Driskell 

Head, Identif. Div Parker Clamp 

Municipal Attorney A. H. Dagnall 

25 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Camden (Kershaw Co.) Pop. 5,183 

Chief of Police Alva Rush 

Municipal Attorney L. A. Wittkowsky 

Charleston (Charleston Co.) Pop. 62,265 

Chief of Police Chris. H. Ortmann 

Chief of Detectives Joseph F. Wise 

Juvenile Officer G. F. Von Kolnitz 

Head, Identif. Div G. T. Warren, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Waring 

100 employees; 12 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

Chester (Chester Co.) Pop. 5,528 

Chief of Police S. T. Weir 

Municipal Attorney Charles W. McTeer 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Clinton (Laurens Co.) Pop. 5,643 

Chief of Police L. H. Bagwell 

' Sheriffs act as probation agents. 



Municipal Attorney Robert S. Owens 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



Columbia (Richland Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assist a )it Chief 

Chief of Detectives . . . 
Head, Traffic Div.. . 
Head, Patrol Div. . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Dir., Police Training 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney 



Pop. 51,581 
W. H. Rawlinson 
W. B. Hughey 
R. W. Eleazer 
B. F. Pruitt 
L. J. Campbell 
Mrs. M. P. Kramer 
R. W. Eleazer 
R. McCallister 
Paul A. Cooper 
80 employees; 7 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Darlington (Darlington Co.) Pop. 5,556 

Chief of Police E. R. Mclver, Sr. 

Municipal Attorney J- F. Pate 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Florence (Florence Co.) 



Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 
Probation Officer. 



Pop. 14,774 

. McLaurin Burch 
.W. W. Gregg 
.A. B. McLaughlin 
.J. D. Gilland 
.C. K. Grimsley 



18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 
Gaffney (Cherokee Co.) Pop. 6,827 

Chief of Police Julian B. Wright 

Assistant Chief R. E. Thomas 

Municipal Attorneys . . . .Swink & HaU 
10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



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State— South Dakota 



South Carolina — Cities of 



Georgetown (Georgetown Co.) Pop. 5,082 

ChicJ of Police B. E. McLeod 

Assistant ChicJ W. G. WagstafI 

Municipal Attorney Gilman Rosen 

Probation Officer C. S. Piece 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Greenville (Greenville Co.) Pop. 29,154 

Chief of Police John E. Smith 

Chief of Detectives L. W. Hammond 

Head, Traffic Div William Ruterbush 

Dir., Police Training. . . .L. W. Hammond 

Municipal Attorney A. C. Mann 

58 employees; 6 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles 

Greenwood (Greenwood Co.) Pop. 11,020 

Chief of Police Wm. F. Hunter 

Assistant Chief W. E. Buzart 

Head, Identif. Div Eddie Kemp 

Municipat Attorney W. D. Tinsley 

Probation Officer W. L. Daniel 

20 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Hartsville (Darlington Co.) Pop. 5,067 

Chief of Police V. C. Elmore 

Municipal Attorney W. L. Wilmeth 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Laurens (Laurens Co.) Pop. 5,443 

Chief of Police James T. Crews 

Municipal Attorney 0. L. Long 

Newberry (Newberry Co.) Pop. 7,298 

Chief of Police R . B. Bartley 



Municipal Attorney B. V. Chapmen 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Orangeburg (Orangeburg Co.) Pop. 8,776 

Chief of Police J. W. Gillam 

Assistant Chief T. M. Hall 

Municipal Attorney Hugo S. Sims 

18 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Rock Hill (York Co.) Pop. 11,322 

Chief of Police J. V. Porter 

Head, Identif. Div F. W. Wolfe 

Municipal Attorney Spence & White 

21 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Spartanburg (Spartanburg Co.) Pop. 28,723 

Chief of Police Claude Bobo 

Chief of Detectives W. S. Bryant 

Head, Identif. Div Joe Hill 

Municipal Attorney H. W. Johnson 

48 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Sumter (Sumter Co.) 

Chief of Police . . . 
Assistant Chief. . . 
Chief of Detectives 
Municipal Attorney 



Pop. 11,780 

. .A. D. Owens 
. .A. C. Carringan 
. .W. C. Kirven 
..S. K. Nash 



15 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Union (Union Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Municipal Attorney. 



Pop. 7,419 



.L. E. Padgett 
.A. C. Couder 



South Dakota 

State Capital: Pierre 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Harlan J. Bushfield (Pierre) 

Attorney General Leo A. Temmey (Pierre) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman John H. Voorhees (Sioux Falls) 

Beer and Liquor Commission, Director J- G. Flannery (Pierre) 

Motor Vehicle Department (Pierre) 

Commissioner (Secretary of State) Olive A. Ringsrud 

Director B.J. Simonson 

DIVISION OF MOTOR PATROL 

Superijttendent Walter Goetz 

12 employees; 10 patrol cars 

Bureau of Identification and Investigation (Pierre) 

Director (Attorney General) Leo A. Temmey 

Chief Agent Fred J. Searls 

175 



South Dakota — Counties 



THE POLICE 



South Dakota — State of 
State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Sioux Falls) G. N. Jameson, Warden 

State Training School (Plankinton) Miller Steele, Siipt. 

Board of Charities and Corrections (Iroquois) J. F. Halladay, President 

State Parole Officer (Redfield) Donald Cole 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Armstrong ^ 

Aurora Plankinton J. W. Morgan Lynn Fellows 

Beadle Huron John W. Boyle Tom H. Luby 

Bennett Martin Bingham Brown H.Robertson 

Bon Homme Tyndall Wesley Palmer Ray E. Post 

Brookings Brookings Fred Peterson Alvin F. Schulz 

Brown Aberdeen Ole A. Solberg Chas. E. Gorsuch 

Brule Chamberlain Bruce Campbell E. R. Slifer 

Buffalo Gannvalley August Klindt 

Butte Belle Fourche Chas. R. Arnold Lem Overpeck 

Campbell Mount City J. J. Quaschnick H. E. Mundt 

Charles Mix Lake Andes Ed Jurczewsky M. E. Miller 

Clark Clark Selmer Brekke W. C. Brower 

Clay Vermillion Geo. F. Russell Chas. Sundling 

Codington Watertown Emil A. Scharn Alan L. Austin 

Corson Mcintosh Ernest S. Utter Stanley R. Voss 

Custer Custer Gus Carlson Scovel Johnson 

Davison Mitchell J. T. Tobin H. F. Ricketts 

Day Webster Lester V. Knott Sigurd Anderson 

Deuel Clear Lake Joe Staley S. R. Law 

Dewey Timber Lake R. Schmidt Geo. H. Puder 

Douglas Armour Gladys Kornder John W. Addie 

Edmunds Ipswich R. Bollinger H. W. Woodworth 

Fall River Hot Springs Wm. Andre Clifford Wilson 

Faulk Faulkton L. J. Sievers W. J. Jacob 

Grant Milbank M. A. Carlson Earl S. Farley 

Gregory Burke John Schlaht H. Gunvordahl 

Haakon Philip Ed Pearson Alvin Waggoner 

Hamlin Hayti Monroe Jorgenson Harold O. Lovre 

Hand Miller Carl Almond Wallace Bohning 

Hanson Alexandria Jessie Campbell Herman Bleeker 

Harding Buffalo W. A. Ritchie Chas. L. Brady 

Hughes Pierre Ernest A. Jones Otto B. Linstad 

Hutchinson Olivet E. H. Huhlman Wm. J. Metzger 

Hyde Highmore J. P. O'Brien M. H. O'Brien 

Jackson Kadoka Emil Willert H. P. Gilchrist 

Jerauld Wessington D. C. Schryer Wm. Oshsner 

Springs 

Jones Murdo Frank Parks F. J. Carpenter 

Kingsbury De Smet E. J. Madsen Harry J. Eggen 

Lake . . . : Madison Ray J. Olson W. H. Farmer 

Lawrence Deadwood Greg Stewart C. P. Cooper 

Lincoln Canton Oscar B. Skie Claude Bennett 

Lyman Kennebec M. M. Karlen N. R. Furlong 

McCook Salem Richard Dewey Lowell Schmidt 

McPherson Leola C. B. Keim P. O. Kretschmar 

Marshall Britton Harold Thayer H.W.Nelson 

^ County not incorporated. 

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Probation Agt. 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities— South Dakota 



South Dakota — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Meade Sturgis 

Mellette White River 

Miner Howard 

Minnehaha Sioux Falls- 
Moody Flandreau 

Pennington Rapid City 

Perkins Bison 

Potter Gettysburg 

Roberts Sisseton 

Sanborn Woonsocket 

Shannon ' 

Spink Redfield 

Stanley Fort Pierre 

Sullv.' Onida 

Toddi 

Tripp Winner 

Turner Parker 

Union Elk Point 

Wahvorth Selby 

Washabaugh ^ . . . . 
Washington ^ . . . . 

Yankton Yankton 

Ziebach Dupree 



Sheriff 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Floyd Schrecken- E. V. Morrill 

ghaust 

Rank Krogman Tom Donahue 
W. E. Zimmerman Chas. S. Hanson 

Seth A. Adamson E. D. Barron 

Ingolf Leeland Loren Atherton 

N. J. Hendrickson Chas. H. Whiting 

A. H. Blackburn Harvey M. Crow 

Frank Meehan H. C. Westphyl 

P. J. Weckman W. J. Holland 

G. W. Munro F. D. Richards 

J. D. Finnertv Wm. H. Beckman 

William Powell F. W. Lambert 

Luther INI. Miller Francis ISL Ryan 

Nick Strieff C. E. Talbott 

R. F. Elliott Andrew S. Bogue 

A. L. Bernard R. W. Ellis 

Dudley Martin P. Hvistendahl 



Probation Act. 



Clarence Satnan 



Maurice Lee 
Henry P. Meier 



J. L. Feldman 
N. E. Wanous 



Aberdeen (Brown Co.) 

Chief of Police Vern E. Adkins 

Assistant Chief Owen J. Luker 

Head, Traffic Div George IMason 

Municipal Attorney Frank Noll 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Huron (Beadle Co.) Pop. 10,946 

Chief of Police J. S. Nelson 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Longstaff 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Lead (Lawrence Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Municipal Attorney. 



3 employees 

Mitchell (Davison Co.) Pop. 10,942 

Chief of Police C. A. Palmer 

Municipal Attorney Charles Whiting 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Rapid City (Pennington Co.) Pop. 10,404 

Chief of Police Len C. Rogers 

Head, Identif. Div F. Scieferstein 

1 County not incorporated. 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 16,465 Municipal Attorney Boyd Leedom 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Sioux Falls (Minnehaha Co.) Pop. 33,362 

Chief of Police J. W. Galvin 

Chief of Detectives J. T. MciMahon 

Supl, Traffic Div J. W. Galvin 

Supt., Policeii'omen Jessie McNeill 

Supt., Identif. Div W. J. Dean 

Head, Records Div W. J. Dean 

Municipal Attorney L. H. Smith 

44 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Watertown (Codington Co.) Pop. 10,214 

Chief of Police M. R. Downs 

Assistant Chief F. L. Urevig 

Head, Identif. Div William McKay 

Municipal Attorney D. K. Loucks 

Probation Officer Lloyd B. Peterson 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Yankton (Yankton Co.) Pop. 6,072 

Chief of Police George Grovijahn 

Municipal Attorney Harold Doyle 

Probation Officer D. A. Dealy 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 5,733 

.B. E. Hudelson 
.William Gaeblen 
.E. A. Steinback 



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Tennessee — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Tennessee 

State Capital: Nashville 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Prentice Cooper (Nashville) 

Aitorney General Roy.H. Beeler (Nashville) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman George McCannless (Nashville) 

State Department of Public Safety (16 Memorial Bldg., Nashville) 
Director Thomas Morris 

TENNESSEE HIGHWAY PATROL (16 Memorial Bldg., Nashville) 

Director Thomas Morris 

Division Chief (Chattanooga) Dick Webb 

Division Chief (Memphis) Clifford West 

Division Chief (Nashville) Lynn Bomar 

130 employees; 25 patrol cars; 95 motorcycles 

State Bureau of Criminal Identification (Nashville) 
Director J. F. Logue 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Nashville) Thos. P. Gore, Warden 

Brushv Mountain Penitentiarv (Petros) H. N. Russell, Warden 

Ft. Pillow State Farm (Cherry) O. P. Caldwell, Warden 

State Board of Parole (Nashville) W. D. Lannon, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 



County Co. Seat 

Anderson Clinton 

Bedford Shelbyville 

Benton Camden 

Bledsoe Pikeville 

Blount Maryville 

Bradley Cleveland 

Campbell Jacksboro 

Cannon Woodbury 

Carroll Huntingdon 

Carter Elizabethton 

Cheatham Ashland City 

Chester Henderson 

Claiborne Tazewell 

Clay Celina 

Cocke Newport 

Coffee. . „ Manchester 

Crockett Alamo 

Cumberland Crossville 

Davidson Nashville 

Decatur Decaturville 

DeKalb Smithville 

Dickson Charlotte 

Dyer Dyersburg 

^Address: Newbern, Tennessee. 



Sheriff 

R. A. Smith 
W. A. Brown 

Guy Cole 
C. Hitchcock 
R. B. Young 
N. A. Barger 
Clifford Lav 
J. T. Smith 

A. O. Milam 
E. E. Brumitt 
J. W. Keith 

J. C. Weeks 
John W. Greer 

B. B. Masters 

C. D. Fisher 
J. A. Barton 
E. G. McLean 
Albert Frv-e 
Ivey Young 
J. W. Conder 
W. H. Vickers 
W. E. Hutton 
W. C. Williamson 

178 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

{See Scott Co.) 
{See Rutherford 

Co.) 
{See Dyer Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
{See Monroe Co.) 
{See Monroe Co.) 
{See Scott Co.) 
{See Rutherford 

Co.) 
{See Gibson Co.) 
{See Johnson Co.) 
{See W illiamson 

Co.) 
{See Madison Co.) 
{See Scott Co.) 
{See Smith Co.) 
{See Grainger Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Gibson Co.) 
{See Smith Co.) 
J. C. Loser 
{See Madison Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Stewart Co.) 
J. M. Drane 



Probation Act. 

{See Knox Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 

{See Madison Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
{See Knox Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
{Sec Knox Co.) 
{See Henderson Co.) 

{See Madison Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Davidson Co.) 

{See Madison Co.) 
{See Knox Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Dyer Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
A. J. IMcMahan 
{See Madison Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Davidson Co.) 
Tom Johnson ^ 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Counties — Tennessee 



Tennessee — Counties of 



County Co. Skat 

Fayette Somerville 

Fentress Jamestown 

Franklin Winchester 

Gibson Trenton 

Giles Pulaski 

Grainger Rutledge 

Greene Greeneville 

Grundy Altamont 

Hamblen Morristown 

Hamilton Chattanooga 

Hancock Sneedville 

Hardeman Bolivar 

Hardin Savannah 

Hawkins Rogersville 

Haywood Brownsville 

Henderson Lexington 

Henry Paris 

Hickman Centerville 

Houston Erin 

Humphreys Waverly 

Jackson Gainesboro 

Jefferson Dandridge 

Johnson Mountain City 

Knox Knoxville 

Lake Tiptonville 

Lauderdale Ripley 

Lawrence Lawrenceburg 

Lewis Hohenwald 

Lincoln Fayetteville 

Loudon Loudon 

McMinn Athens 

McNair}^ Selmer 

Macon LaFayette 

Madison Jackson 

Marion Jasper 

Marshall Lewisburg 

Maury Columbia 

Meigs Decatur 

Monroe Madisonville 

Montgomery .... Clarksville 

Moore Lynchburg 

Morgan Wartburg 

Obion Union City 

Overton Livingston 

Perry Linden 

Pickett Bvrdstown 

Polk Benton 

Putnam Cookeville 

^ Address: Elora, Tennessee. 



Sheriff 

W. H. Cocke 

H. B. Tavlor 
D. M. Matlock 
R. H. Jones 
J. W. Henry 

J. N. Antrican 

B. H. Renner 
Roy Thomas 
Lyman Smith 
F. J. Burns 

A. J. Alder 
L. H. Nelms 

Tom Spears 
John H. Howe 
R. C. Hawkins 
Dorsey Stewart 
O. A. Jackson 
Lon Loveless 

John T. Hussey 
Frank James 
W. A. Draper 
Frank Quarrels 
K. D. Madron 
J. Carroll Gates 
Alf Havnes 

C. C. Shoaf 
Cleve Weathers 
Billie Amnions 

R. L. Lindsay 
Perry Guider 
Paul Cantrell 
T. N. Wright 

J. L. Creasey 
Tom Patton 
S. E. Beene 
Nat Tankersley 

J. C. Goad 
J. M. Benton 
Hugh Webster 
W. E. Beaumont 
Thos. Wiseman 
W. R. Brock 
J. S. Burcham 
J. T. Warren 
Ralph Dodson 

W. Huddleston 

B. E. Biggs, Jr. 
Sam D. Poteet 



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Co. Pros. Atty. 

{See Lauderdale 

Co.) 
{See Scott Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
L. L. Harrell 
{Sec Wa\He Co.) 
J. W. Wolfen- 

barger 
Walter Gray 
{Sec Rhea Co) 
{See Greene Co.) 
Peabody Howard 
{See Grainger Co.) 
{See Lauderdale 

Co.) 
{See Madison Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Gibson Co.) 
{See Madison Co) 
{See Gibson Co) 
{See Williamson 

Co) 
{See Steivart Co) 
{See Stewart Co) 
{See Smith Co) 
{See Grainger Co) 
J. L. Gravson 
J. F. Bibb 
{See Dvcr Co) 
C. C. Watkins 
{See Wayne Co) 
{See Williamson 

Co) 
C. D. Lamb 
{See Monroe Co) 
{See Monroe Co) 
{See Lauderdale 

Co) 
{See Smith Co) 
David IMurray 
{See Franklin Co) 
{See Rutherford 

Co) 
{See Wavne Co) 
{See Rhea Co) 
R. B. Witt 
{See Stewart Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Scott Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Smith Co) 
{See Williamson 

Co) 
{See Smith Co) 
{See Monroe Co) 
{See Smith Co) 



Probation Act. 

{See Madison Co) 

{See Putnam Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Kno.x Co) 

E. H. Reed 

{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Greene Co) 
{See Rhea Co) 
{See Greene Co) 
{See Madison Co) 

{See Madison Co) 
{See Greene Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
H. M. Cawthon 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Davidson Co) 

{See Davidson Co) 
{See Davidson Co) 
{See Putnam Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Greene Co) 
Hubert B. Lytz 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Davidson Co) 

Gordon Hardin ^ 
{See Knox Co) 
{See Rhea Co) 
{See Madison Co) 

{See Henderson Co) 
E. W. Thomas 
{See Rhea Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 

{See Henderson Co) 
{See Rhea Co) 
{See Knox Co) 
{See Davidson Co) 
{See Lincoln Co) 
{See Putnam Co) 
{See Dyer Co) 
{See Putnam Co) 
{See Davidson Co) 

{See Putnam Co) 
{See Rhea Co) 
H. B. Johnson 



Tennessee— Cities 



THE POLICE 



Tennessee — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Rhea Dayton 

Roane Kingston 

Robertson Springfield 

Rutherford Murfreesboro 

Scott Huntsville 

Sequatchie Dunlap 

Sevier Sevierville 

Shelby Memphis 

Smith Carthage 

Stewart Dover 

Sullivan Blountville 

Sumner Gallatin 

Tipton Covington 

Trousdale Hartsville 

Unicoi Erwin 

Union Maynardville 

Van Buren Spencer 

Warren McMinnville 

Washington Jonesboro 

Wayne Waynesboro 

W^eakley Dresden 

White Sparta 

Williamson Franklin 

Wilson Lebanon 



SnERII F 

J. McPheeters 
Chester Davis 
R. W. Benson 
G. W. Thompson 
Frank Butler 
Henry Barker 
E. R. Conner 
Guy E. Joyner 
L. D. Yeaman 
J. C. Spiceland 
R. A. Milam 
J. K. Rippy 
J. T. Scott 

E. J. Parker 
Carl Mclnturff 
John Booker 
W. B. Rogers 
L. B. Parish 
Earl W. Sell 
W. J. Barnett 
Ret Harris 
D. Mitchell 
Gilbert Sullivan 
P. T. Burnett 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

Glenn Woodlee 

{See Monroe Co.) 
(See Stewart Co.) 
W. B. Knott 
Howard H. Baker 
(See Rhea Co.) 
{See Grainger Co.) 
Marion S. Boyd 
N. B. Key 
W. C. Howell 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Stewart Co.) 
{See Lauderdale 

Co.) 
{See Smith Co.) 
{See Johnson Co.) 
{See Grainger Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Johnson Co.) 
C. L. Boyd 
{See Dyer Co.) 
{See Smith Co.) 
J. H. Henderson 
{See Smith Co.) 



Prob.\tion Act. 

R. M. Gillespie 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Davidson Co.) 
{See Henderson Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
{See Knox Co.) 
R. M. Martin 
{See Henderson Co.) 
{See Davidson Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Holder son Co.) 
{See Dyer Co.) 

{See Henderson Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Knox Co.) 
{See Rhea Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Greene Co.) 
{See Lincoln Co.) 
{See Dyer Co.) 
{See Putnam Co.) 
{See Henderson Co.) 
{See Henderson Co.) 



City Agencies and Officials 



Alcoa (Blount Co.) Pop. 5,255 

Chief of Police A. L. Lively 

Municipal Attorney Homer A. Goddard 

4 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Athens (McMinn Co.) Pop. 5,385 

Chief of Police Jesse H. Newman 

Municipal Attorney W. D. Hitch 

4 employees 

Bristol (Sullivan Co.) Pop. 12,005 

Chief of Police W. J. Rogers 

Assistant Chief C. R. Moore 

Head, Traffic Div M. W. Kline 

Head, Identif. Div Stacy Grayson 

Municipal Attorney Joe Brown 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Chattanooga (Hamilton Co.) Pop. 119,798 
Dir. of Public Safety . . . .E. J. Bryan 

Chief of Police C. R. Bryan 

Captain of Detectives . . . .W. R. Hyatt 

Head, Traffic Div D. G. Graus 

Head, Policewomen Mrs. R. Croft 

Head, Accident Preven. . .H. D. Edmonson 
Dir., Police Training. . . . W. R. Hyatt 

Head, Identif. Div J. Neil 

Head, Records Div J. E. Dorsey 

Municipal Attorney J. W. Anderson 

128 employees; 15 patrol cars; 2 patrol wagons 



Clarksville (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 9,242 

Chief of Police John P. Balthrop 

Cleveland (Bradley Co.) Pop. 9,136 

Chief of Police A. M. Trotter 

Municipal Attorney James L. Wolfe 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Columbia (Maury Co.) Pop. 7,882 

Chief of Police J- W. Griffin 

Municipal Attorney R. L. Harris, Jr. 

Probation Officer F. E. Kannon 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Dyersburg (Dyer Co.) Pop. 8,733 

Chief of Police Nickolas Bond 

Assistant Chief Miller Walker 

Municipal Attorney D. J. H. Caldwell 

Probation Officer Jude Robert Jones 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Elizabethton (Carter Co.) Pop. 8,093 

Chief of Police . . • C. E. Collins 

Assistant Chief G. W. Crumley 

Head, Traffic Div R. W. Nave 

Municipal Attorney Murrell Snell 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Greeneville (Greene Co.) Pop. 5,544 

Chief of Police Marion Laughters 



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State — Texas 



Tennessee 

Assistant Chief G. I. Biddle 

Municipal Attorneys . . . .Milligan & Ilaynes 
7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Jackson (Madison Co.) Pop. ll,^! 

Chief of Police Andrew Taylor 

Municipal Attorney W. P. Moss 

Johnson City (Washington Co.) Pop. 25,080 

Chief of Police Tom Carriger 

Assistant Chief Don Landis 

Head, Idcntif. Div James Onks 

Municipal Attorney Colin B. IMcKinney 

Probation Officer Mrs. J. McCampbell 

27 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Kingsport (Sullivan Co.) Pop. 11,914 

Chief of Police Clay G. Crawford 

Head, Identif. Div C. L. Lineback 

Municipal Attorney T. A. Dodson 

Probation Officer Clifford Sanders 

16 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Knoxville (Knox Co.) 
Dir. of Public Safety 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Detectives. . . 
Head, Traffic Div.. . 
Head, Policewomen . 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Head, Records Div. . 
Mu)iicipal Attorney. 
Probation Officer. . . . 

153 employees; 24 pa 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Memphis (Shelby Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Inspector of Detectives 
Head, Traffic Div.. . 

Juvenile Officer 

Head, Policewomen . 
Dir., Police Training 
Personnel Director. . 



Pop. 105,802 

0. T. Roehl 
L. M. York 

C. B. Wells 

D. R. Jenkins 
Mary E. Allan 
Raymond Siler 

1. Leach 

W. W. Kennerly 

F. E. Seaton 

trol cars; 15 motor- 



Head, Identif. Div. . 



Pop. 253,143 
.WillD. Lee 
. Clegg D. Richards 
. Douglas Johnston 
. F. E. Bradley 
. Mrs. Annie Jackson 
.W. J. Raney 
, Milbourn Hinds 
.W. A. Parker 



—Cities of 

Head, Records Div George Luttrell 

Head, Safety Bureau. . . .Forrest Mottweiler 

Municipal Attorney Will Gerber 

298 employees; 35 patrol cars; 27 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagons 

Morristown (Hamblem Co.) Pop. 7,305 

Chief of Police R. L. Brooks 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Murfreesboro (Rutherford Co.) Pop. 7,993 

Chief of Police N. W. Powers 

Head, Traffic Div Joseph Baxtor 

Municipal Attorney A. B. Huddleston 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Nashville (Davidson Co.) Pop. 153,866 

Chief of Police J. Lon Foster 

Chief of Detectives Elkin Lewis 

Head, Traffic Div Emmett Franklin 

Juvenile Officer Sam Tatum 

Head, Identif. Div Sam A. Dews, Jr. 

Head, Records Div J- F. Monroe 

Municipal Attorney W. C. Cherry 

208 employees; 14 patrol cars; 6 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons 

Paris (Henry Co.) Pop. 8,164 

Chief of Police H. E. Butler 

Municipal Attorney William Duvall 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Shelbyville (Bedford Co.) Pop. 5,010 

Chief of Police G. T. Carter 

Municipal Attorney L. S. Haugland 

Springfield (Robertson Co.) Pop. 5,577 

Chief of Police Chas. W. Easley 

Municipal Attorney J. D. Sprouse 

5 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Union City (Obion Co.) Pop. 5,865 

Chief of Police D. C. Roberts 

Municipal Attorney J- T. Gwaltney 



Texas 

State Capital: Austin 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor W. Lee O'Daniel (Austin) 

Attorney General Gerald C. Mann (Austin) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman J- B. Ford (Austin) 

State Department of Public Safety (Box 1164, Austin) 

Director Homer Garrison, Jr. 

Assistant Director S. 0. Hamm 

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Texas — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Texas — State of 

Chief, Bureau of Identification and Records Joe. S. Fletcher 

Chief, Crime Detection Laboratory M. T. Gonzaullas 

Chief, Communications Division Fred Hickman 

Chief, Accounting Division .L. G. Deats 

Captain, Police Training Division S. O. Hamm 

STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (Austin) 

Chief Fred Hickman 

Chief, Driver's License Division R. L. Buell 

Chief, License and Weight Division J. W. Longley 

Captain, Safety Education Division Geo. E. Schauer 

TEXAS RANGERS (Austin) 

Director Homer Garrison, Jr. 

Assistant Director S. O. Hamm 

443 employees; 211 automobiles; 199 motorcycles; 5 trucks; 6 trailers (transp. of 
horses) 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Huntsville) W. W. Waid, Warden 

State Penal Farms ^ (Huntsville) O. J. S. ElHngson, General Manager 

State Industrial School for Boys (Gatesville) E. N. Nesbitt, Supt. 

State Training School for Girls (Gainesville) Mrs. Agnes Stevens, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Austin) J- W. Strong, Chairman 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheritf Co. Pros. Atty.2 Prob.\tion Act.' 

Anderson Palestine W. G. Rogers Tom Pickett 

Andrews Andrews Dick Dillard Wm. L. Kerr 

Angelina Lufkin H. Billingsley R. Musslewhite 

Aransas Rockport J. A. Brundrett Alex F. Cox 

Archer Archer City C. P. Pryor Z. D. Allen 

Armstrong Claude J. A. Best R. E. Underwood 

Atascosa Jourdanton L. D. McAda L. M. WilHams 

Austin BellviUe E. E. Reinecker Fred L. Blundell 

Bailey Muleshoe W. E. Renfrew Herbert Martin 

Bandera Bandera W. H. Burns R. J. Noonan 

Bastrop Bastrop E. D. Cartwright Leslie WiUiams 

Baylor Seymour Arch Holmes Lewis Williams 

Bee Beeville J.B.Arnold Alex F. Cox 

Bell Belton John R. Bigham J. K. Evetts 

Bexar San Antonio Will W. Wood John R. Shook J. Ross Boles 

Blanco Johnson City J. S. Casparis Carlos Ashley 

Borden Gail Sid Reeder Truett Barber 

Bosque Meridian Dave Montgomery Gean B. Turner 

Bowie Boston G. H. Brooks Weldon Glass 

Brazoria Angleton L. R. Johnson R. A. Bassett 

Brazos. . r Bryan Horace Reed Lamar Bethea 

Brewster Alpine Ehner Taylor A. R. Eraser 

Briscoe Silverton N. R. Honea John A. Hamilton 

Brooks Falfurrias J. A. Grimes Frank B. Lloyd 

^ Located at Blue Ridge, Central, Clemens, Darrington, Eastham, Ferguson, Goree, Harlem, Ramsey, 
Retrieve, and Wynne. 
^ District Attorneys. 

^ Probation agents located onl}- in most populous areas. No county probation system. 

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Counties — Texas 



Texas — Counties of 



County Co. Skat Shkriff 

Brown Brownwood W. E. Hallmark 

Burleson Caldwell Clint B. Lewis 

Burnet Burnet Wallace Riddell 

Caldwell Lockhart W. ]M. Ellison 

Calhoun Port Lavaca J. D. O'Neil 

Callahan Baird C. R. Nordyke 

Cameron Brownsville J. A. Goolsby 

Camp Pittsburg D. H. Carpenter 

Carson Panhandle T. B. Harris 

Cass Linden W. Dale Allen 

Castro Dimmitt Garland Brown 

Chambers Anahauc S. S. Scherer 

Cherokee Rusk " Bill Brunt 

Childress Childress J. D. Moore 

Clay Henrietta Ray Phagan 

Cochran Morton Tom C. Standefer 

Coke Robert Lee Frank PercifuU 

Coleman Coleman George Robey 

Collin McKinney E. B. Moore 

Collingsworth Wellington C. E. McKinney 

Colorado Columbus E. B. Mayes 

Comal New Braunfels Elmo Arnold 

Comanche Comanche Wid Spivey 

Concho Paint Rock H. G. Stephenson 

Cooke Gainesville Luther McCoUum 

Coryell Gatesville J. H. Brown 

Cottle Paducah C. A. Brooks 

Crane Crane Jack Young 

Crockett Ozona W. S. Willis 

Crosby Crosbyton J. L. Williams 

Culberson Van Horn A. A. Anderson 

Dallam Dalhart H. D. Foust 

Dallas Dallas R. A. Schmid 

Dawson Lamesa A. M. Bennett 

Deaf Smith Hereford J. O. Newell 

Delta Cooper J. G. McKee 

Denton Denton D. Curtsinger 

DeWitt Cuero Louis A. Buehrig 

Dickens Dickens J. L. Koonsman 

Dimmit Carrizo Springs A. J. Knaggs 

Donley Clarendon Guy S. Pierce 

Duval San Diego D. U. Garcia 

Eastland Eastland Loss Woods 

Ector Odessa Reader Webb 

Edwards Rocksprings E. S. Young 

Ellis Waxahachie J. E. Roy 

El Paso El Paso Chris P. Fox 

Erath StephenvUle C. W. Turnbow 

Falls Marlin L. O. Hay 

Fannin Bonham Henry Chaney 

Fayette La Grange William Loessin 

Fisher Roby R. L. Wilkins 

Floyd Floydada Fred N. Clark 

Foard CroweU A. W. Lilly 

1 District Attorneys. 

- Probation agents located only in most papulous areas. 

183 



Co. Pros. Arrv. ' 



Probation Act. ' 



A. (). Newman 

Leslie Williams 

Carlos Ashley 

Fred L. BlundeU 

Howard P. Green 

J. R. Black 

Joe P. Hatchitt 

Joe McCasland 

W. R. McConnell 

Weldon Glass 

H. C. Marchman 

R. M. Briggs 

R. Musselwhite 

John Deaver 

Pierre M. Stine 

Burton S. Burks 

O. C. Fisher 

A. O. Newman 

Roland Boyd 

John Deaver 

Henry S. Paulus 

R. A. Bassett 

W. H. Allen 

O'Neal Dendy 

John A. Atchison 

W. H. Allen 

Lewis WUliams 

William L. Kerr 

Weaver H. Baker 

Burton S. Burks 

Roy D. Jackson 

Jas. Witherspoon Mrs. E. Stewart 

Andrew Patton Earl B. Parker 

Truett Smith 

Jas. Witherspoon 

T. W. Thompson 

Gerald Stockard 

Howard P. Green 

John A. Hamilton 

John A. Vails 

John Deaver 

Frank B. Lloyd 

Earl Conner, Jr. 

Martel McDonald 

Roger Thurmond 

F. Hancock 

Roy D. Jackson J. S. Guinn 

Ernest Belcher 

Charles Reagan 

Louis Worley 

Fred L. BlundeU 

Otis Miller 

John A. Hamilton 

Jesse Owens 

No county probation system. 



Texas — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Texas — Counties of 



County Co. Seat Sheriff 

Fort Bend Richmond T. R. Roane 

Franlvlin Mount Vernon Robbie Godwin 

Freestone Fairtield J. R. Sessions 

Frio Pearsall Warren Smith 

Gaines Seminole J. C. Sartin 

Galveston Galveston F. L. Biaggne 

Garza Post Jim Powell 

Gillespie F'redericksburg Alfred Klaerner 

Glasscock Garden City Fred S. Ratliff 

Goliad Goliad C. M. Harbison 

Gonzales Gonzales B. Neighbors 

Gray Pampa Cal Rose 

Grayson Sherman Pleas Porter 

Gregg Longview Will H. Hayes 

Grimes Anderson Latham Boone 

Guadalupe Seguin Albert W. Saegert 

Hale Plainview O. R. Martine 

Hall Memphis Lindsey Hill 

Hamilton Hamilton Houston White 

Hansford Spearman H. L. Wilbanks 

Hardeman Quanah Malon C. Owen 

Hardin Kountze Miles D. Jordan 

Harris Houston Norfleet Hill 

Harrison Marshall J. H. Wilson 

Hartley Channing Ralph Queen 

Haskell Haskell Olen Dotson 

Hays San Marcos M. M. Wren 

Hemphill Canadian Harry Rathjen 

Henderson Athens Jess Sweeten 

Hidalgo Edinburg R. T. Daniels 

Hill HiUsboro R. F. Wilkinson 

Hockley Levelland Ed Hofacket 

Hood Granbury C. M. Duncan 

Hopkins Sulphur Springs E. W. Banister 

Houston Crocket E. H. Baker 

Howard Big Spring Jess Slaughter 

Hudspeth Sierra Blanca W. W. Massey 

Hunt Greenville Frank Wolfe 

Hutchinson Stinnett Vern Underbill 

Iron Sherwood J. A. Boyd 

Jack Jacksboro E. E. Turner 

Jackson Edna H. L. White 

Jasper Jasper ' R. C. Pace 

Jeff Davis Ft. Davis Jim C. Walker 

Jefferson Beaumont W. W. Richardson 

Jim Hogg Hebbronville Alonzo Taylor 

Jim Wells Alice C. W. Price 

Johnson Cleburne Oran Smith 

Jones Anson J. L. Gordon 

Karnes. .- Karnes City Harper Morris 

Kaufman Kaufman Mike Anderson 

Kendall Boerne S. F. Edge 

Kenedy Sarita J. H. Cordway 

Kent Clairemont B. J. Smith 

Kerr Kerrviile A. F. Moore 

1 District Attorneys. 

^ Probation agents located only in most populous areas 

184 



Co. Pros. Atty. • 



Probation Act. 



R. A. Bassett 

Joe McCasshn 

Renfro Speed 

L. M. Williams 

Truett Smith 

C. H. Theobald T. T. O'Connor 

Truett Smith 

Carlos Ashley 

Martel McDonald 

Howard P. Green 

Henry S. Paulos 

Clifford Braiy 

R. C. Slage, Jr. 

Fred Erisman ' 

R. Bracewell 

Henry S. Paulos 

Herbert Martin 

John Deaver 

H. William Allen 

W. L. McConnell 

Jesse Owens 

R. M. Briggs 

Dan W. Jackson W. E. Robertson 

Stanley Timmins 

Jas. Witherspoon Mrs. E. Stewart 

Ben C. Chapman 

Fred L. Blundell 

W. L. McConnell 

Tom Pickett 

Tom L. Hartley 

A. J. Bryan, Jr. 

Burton S. Burks 

Ernest Belcher 

T. W. Thompson 

Tom Pickett 

Martel McDonald 

Roy D. Jackson 

T. W. Thompson 

W. L. McConnell 

O. C. Fisher 

John W. Moore 

Howard P. Green 

Joe J. Fisher 

Allen R. Eraser 

E. W. Easterling Estelle Claiborne 

John A. Vails 

Frank B. Lloyd 

Gean B. Turner Mrs. W. Paterson 

Otis Miller 

L. M. Williams 

Fred T. Porter 

R. J. Noonan 

Joe P. Hatchitt 

Ben C. Chapman 

R. J. Noonan 

No county probation system. 



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Counties — Texas 



Texas — Counties of 



County Co. Seat Sheriff 

Kimble Junction J. C. Graham 

King Guthrie G. P. Humphreys 

Kinney Brackettville Carl Kartes 

Kleberg Kingsville J. Scarborough 

Knox Benjamin Lewis Cartwright 

Lamar Paris J. H. Ratliff 

Lamb Olton Sam Hutson 

Lampasas Lampasas T. R. Gholson 

LaSalle Cotulla T. H. Poole 

Lavaca Hallettsville A. P. McElroy 

Lee Giddings J. J. Burtschell 

Leon Centerville Gus M. Lanier 

Liberty Liberty Pat C. Lowe 

Limestone Groesbeck Luther Simmons 

Lipscomb Lipscomb J- E. Shahan 

Live Oak George West W. A. Smith 

Llano Llano Elmon D. Stewart 

Loving Mentone Hardin Ross 

Lubbock Lubbock Tom Abel 

Lynn Tahoka B. L. Parker 

McCuUoch Brady Love Kimbrough 

JNIcLennan Waco John W. Duncan 

McMuUen Tilden Rex C. Quinn 

Madison Madisonville B. H. Morgan 

Marion Jefferson Tom W. Morris 

Martin Stanton H. M. Zimmer- 

mann 

Mason Mason R. L. Whitehead 

Matagorda Bay City Harris jNIilner 

Maverick Eagle Pass Herman Lehman 

Medina Hondo C. J. Schuehle 

Menard Menard Cecil Walston 

Midland Midland A. C. Francis 

Milam Cameron R. M. Kennedy 

Mills Goldthwaite J. H. Harris 

Mitchell Colorado R. E. Gregory 

Montague Montague Dick Lawrence 

Montgomery .... Conroe G. C. Mostyn 

Moore Dumas P. F. Younger 

Morris Daingerfield Ben G. Garrett 

Motley Matador L. A. Carlisle 

Nacogdoches. . . .Nacogdoches H. M. Cook 

Navarro Corsicana C. 0. Curington 

Newton Newton Ebb Burgess 

Nolan Sweetwater Tom Wade 

Nueces Corpus Christi John B. Harney 

Ochiltree Perryton J. S. Talley 

Oldham Vega John Haliburton 

Orange Orange C. H. Meriwether 

Palo Pinto Palo Pinto John Edmondson 

Panola Carthage G. B. Davis 

Parker Weatherford John Turner 

Parmer Farwell Earl Booth 

Pecos Ft. Stockton F. S. Wilson 

Polk Livingston L. D. Kimball 

' District Attorneys. 

2 Probation agents located only in most populous areas 

185 



Co. Pros. Atty.i Probation Act.' 

Weaver H. Baker 

Lewis Williams 

Roger Thurmond 

Joe P. Platchitt 

Lewis Williams 

M. D. Emerson 

Herbert Martin 

Jim K. Evetts 

L. M. Williams 

Henry S. Paulos 

Leslie Williams 

R. Bracewell 

R. M. Briggs 

L. L. Geren 

Chfford Braly 

Alex F. Cox 

Carlos Ashley 

William L. Kerr 

Burton S. Burks 

RoUin McCord 

A. O. Newman 

Holvey Williams Arthur Stout 

Alex F. Cox 

R. Bracewell 

Joe McCasland 

Martel McDonald 

Carlos Ashley 

R. A. Bassett 

Roger Thurmond 

R. J. Noonan 

Carlos Ashley 

Martel McDonald 

W. A. Alorrison 

Jim K. Evetts 

Truett Barber 

Louis T. Holland 

W. C. IMcClain 

Jas. Witherspoon 

Joe McCasland 

John A. Hamilton 

R. ]\Iusselwhite 

C. T. Banister 

Joe J. Fisher 

Truett Barber 

Joe P. Hatchitt Noah 0. Kennedy 

W. R. IVIcConnell 

Jas. Witherspoon 

Joe J. Fisher 

Ernest Belcher 

Wardlow Lane 

Jack Borden 

Jas. Witherspoon 

Allen R. Eraser 

W. C. McClain 

No county probation system. 



Texas — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Texas — Counties of 



County Co. Seat Sheriff 

Potter Amarillo W. M. Adams 

Presidio Marfa J. D. Bunton 

Rains Emory Gus Orsborn, Jr. 

Randall Canyon M. E. Cantrell 

Reagan Big Lake A. Biliingsley 

Real Leakey J. D. Boales 

Red River Clarksville J.N. Geer 

Reeves Pecos Louis Roberson 

Refugio Refugio Ira Heard 

Roberts Miami James G. Ramsay 

Robertson Franklin Bob Reeves 

Rockwall RockwaU Jack PuUen 

Runnels Ballinger Calvin Robertson 

Rusk Henderson W. L. McMurray 

Sabine Hemphill Geo. W. Russell 

San Augustine. . .San Augustine H. E. Marshall 

San Jacinto Coldspring J. C. Hogue, Jr. 

San Patricio Sinton S. F. Hunt 

San Saba San Saba Will H. Doran 

Schleicher Eldorado O. E. Conner 

Scurry Snyder • John Lynch 

Shackelford Albany John H. Holland 

Shelby Center Z. B. Brittain 

Sherman Stratford J. W. Garoutte 

Smith Tyler J. R. Beasley 

Somervell Glen Rose G. W. Riddle 

Starr Rio Grande City G. A. Guerra 

Stephens Breckenridge F. L. Freeland 

Sterling Sterling City V. E. Davis 

Stonewall Aspermont A. B. Ellison 

Sutton Sonora B. W. Hutcherson 

Swisher Tulia H. E. White 

Tarrant Fort Worth A. B. Carter 

Taylor Abilene Sid H. McAdams 

Terrell Sanderson J. S. Nance 

Terry Brownfield C. D. Gore 

Throckmorton . . . Throckmorton Roy Fant 

Titus Mt. Pleasant Grover Ard 

Tom Green San Angelo E. E. Lowe 

Travis Austin Lee O. Allen 

Trinity Groveton Harris Johnson 

Tyler Woodville T. A. Nicholson 

Upshur Gilmer Gordon Anderson 

Upton Rankin J. E. Simco 

Uvalde Uvalde W. H. Smyth 

Val Verde Del Rio A. E. Steinmetz 

Van Zandt Canton C. D. Johnson 

Victoria Victoria R. A. Rogan 

Walker Huntsville C. L. Mitchell 

Waller. . : Hempstead E. M. Castle 

Ward Barstow F. I. Dyer 

Washington Brenham H. L. Reese 

Webb Laredo J. C. Martin 

Wharton Wharton A. H. Reitz 

Wheeler Wheeler Raymond Waters 

' District Attorneys. 

^ Probation agents located only in most populous areas 

186 



J. N. Riggs 



J. N. Riggs 



Co. Pros. Atty.' 

R. E. Underwood 
Allen R. Eraser 
T. W. Thompson 
R. E. Underwood 
Allen R. Eraser 
R. J. Noonan 
Pat Beadle 
William L. Kerr 
Howard P. Green 
Clifford Braly 
T. R. Chandler 
H. M. Wade, Jr. 
O'Neal Dendy 
Joe C. Gladney 
Joe J. Eraser 
Joe J. Eraser 
W. C. McClain 
Alex F. Cox 
Carlos Ashley 
O. C. Fisher 
Truett Barber 
J. R. Black 
Wardlow Lane 
Jas. Witherspoon 
Bascom Gist 
Gean B. Turner 
Frank B. Lloyd 
Ben J. Dean 
O. C. Fisher 
Ben C. Chapman 
Weaver H. Baker 
Herbert Martin 
M. H. Brown, Jr. 
John Deaver 
Roger Thurmond 
Truett Smith 
Ben C. Chapman 
Joe McCasland 
O. C. Fisher 
Edwin Moorhead 
R. BraceweU 
R. M. B riggs 
Bascom Gist 
Allen R. Eraser 
R. Doughty, Jr. 
Roger Thurmond 
Truett Hubbard 
Howard P. Green 
R. Brace well 
W. C. McClain 
William L. Kerr 
Leslie Williams 
John A. Vails 
R. A. Bassett 
Clifford Braly 



No county probation system. 



Probation Agt.2 



C. E. Baker 
Herring Bound 



E. W. Bode 

E. A. Murchison 



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Cities — Texas 



Texas — Counties of 



County Co. Skat 

Wichita Wichita Falls 

Wilbarger Vernon 

Willacy Raymondville 

Williamson Georgetown 

Wilson Floresville 

Winkler Kermit 

Wise Decatur 

Wood Quitman 

Yoakum Plains 

Young Graham 

Zapata Zapata 

Zavala Crystal City 



Sheriff 

Pat Allen 
Oran Key 
Joe Turner 
B. McLaughlin 
George R. Boothe 
F. Ellis Summers 
Geo. E. Young 
J. 0. Puckett 
Joe B. Ellison 
H. Williams, Jr. 
Ygnacio Sanchez 
Everett Anglin 



Co. Pros. Atty. • 

Z. D. Allen 
Jesse Owens 
Joe P. Flatchitt 
W. C. McClain 
L. M. Williams 
William L. Kerr 
Nolen L. Sewell 
Bascom Gist 
Truett Smith 
Z. 1). AUen 
John A. Vails 
R. J. Noonan 



Probation Act. ' 

James McDonald 



City Agencies and Officials 



Abilene (Taylor Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Chi if of Detectives 

Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Head, Records Div. 



Pop. 23,175 

.T. A. Hackney 
.W. W. West 
R. T. Redies 
.L. D. Irvine 



Municipal Attorney E. M. Overshiner 

28 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

Amarillo (Potter Co.) Pop. 43,132 

Chief of Police W. R. McDoweU 

Chief of Detectives Leo W. Uselding 

Head, Traffic Div A. S. Harper 

Head, Identif. Div \'irgil C. Beavers 

Municipal Attorney R. C. Johnson 

48 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Austin (Travis Co.) Pop. 53,120 

Chief of Police R. D. Thorp 

Captain of Detectives . . . .Rex Fowler 

Head, Traffic Div Roy Smith 

Head, Identif. Div Tom Monroe 

Municipal Attorney A. L. Love 

Probation Officer E. A. Murchison 

88 employees; 12 patrol cars; 11 motorcycles 

Beaumont (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 57,732 

Dir. of Public Safety C. L. McDonald 



Chief of Police . 
Chief of Detectives. 
Head, Traffic Div. 
Head, Identif. Div. 



.L. B. Maddox 
D. R. Hayes 
.J. T. Swanzy 
, C. L. Bradley 



Head, Records Div Marian Westberg 

Municipal Attorney Geo. E. Murphy 

59 employees; 10 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles 

Big Spring (Howard Co.) Pop. 13,735 

Chief of Police J- T. Thornton 

Municipal Attorney Thomas J. Coffee 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 



Bonham (Fannin Co.) Pop. 5,655 

Chief of Police Jack Biggerstaff 

Municipal Attorney R. T. Lipscomb 

4 employees 

Borger (Hutchinson Co.) Pop. 6,532 

Chief of Police John S. Oliver 

Municipal Attorney J. H. Aynesworth 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Breckenridge (Stephens Co.) Pop. 7,569 

Chief of Police J. O. Jackson 

Municipal Attorney Jno. F. Evans 

2 employees; 1 patrol car 

Brenham (Washington Co.) Pop. 5,974 

Chief of Police Newt Humphreys 

Assistant Chief Arthur Sternburg 

Municipal Attorney W. J. Embry 

6 employees 

Brownsville (Cameron Co.) Pop. 22,021 

Chief of Police John A. McRay 

Municipal Attorney Ralph Dunkleberg 

22 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Brownwood (Brown Co.) Pop. 12,789 

Chief of Police Bert Hise 

Assistant Chief Cy Thigpen 

Head, Traffic Div Homer Andrews 

Municipal Attorney R. L. McGaugh 

Probation Officer Wendell Mayes 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcj'cle 

Bryan (Brazon Co.) Pop. 7,814 

Chief of Police Jess Conlee 

Assistant Chief K. T. Tillis 

Municipal Attorney F. L. Henderson 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 



1 District Attorneys. 

2 Probation agents located only in most populous areas. No county probation system. 

187 



Texas — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Texas — Cities of 



Childress (Childress Co.) Pop. 7,163 

Chief of Police A. J. Brown 

Municipal Attorney C. C. Broughton 

4 employees 

Cisco (Eastland Co.) Pop. 6,027 

Chief of Police M. L. Perdue 

Assistant Chief W. W. Eddleman 

Municipal Attorney R. E. Grantham 

6 employees; 1 patrol wagon 

Cleburne (Johnson Co.) Pop. 11,539 

Chief of Police J. W. Miles 

Municipal Attorney Wm. Roy Anderson 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Coleman (Coleman Co.) Pop. 6,078 

Chief of Police H. T. Obor ' 

Municipal Attorney D. L. Snodgrass 

4 employees 

Corpus Christi (Nueces Co.) Pop. 27,741 

Chief of Police George L. Lowman 

Assistant Chief Sam Fritter 

Chief of Detectives Ike Elliff 

Juvenile Officer N. O. Kennedy 

Head, Identif. Div F. F. Pizzini 

Municipal Attorney Briscoe King 

40 employees; 3 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

Corsicana (Navarro Co.) Pop. 15,202 

Chief of Police Bruce Nutt 

Captain of Police W. D. Seaton 

Head, Identif. Div R. A. Mergen thaler 

Municipal Attorney Jack H. Thompson 

13 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Crystal City (Zavala Co.) Pop. 6,609 

City Marshal Dennis Oden 

Municipal Attorney R. S. Croford 

1 employee 



Dallas (Dallas Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Inspector of Detectives 
Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Inspector, Patrol Div. . 
Head, Accident Preven 
Head, Identif. Div. . . . 
Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Records Div. . . . 
Juvenile Case Worker. 
Mutiicipal Attorney. . , 

333 employees; 65 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Pop. 260,475 

. R. L. Jones 
..J. W. Fritz 

. ..B. B. Smith 
..J. M. Welch 

. . . Ayers Compton 
..D.E.Walsh 
..CD. Keehan 
. .R. B. Stewart 

. . .Mrs.Elva Lloyd 
. .H. P. Kucera 

patrol cars; 27 motor- 

; 1 ambulance 

Del Rio (Val Verde Co.) Pop. 11,693 

Chief of Police Cole Y. Blackwell 



Municipal Attorney John L. Dodson 

7 employees; 4 patrol cars 

Denison (Grayson Co.) ~ 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Identif. Div. . . . 
Municipal Attorney 



Pop. 13,850 

.J. R. Dishner 
.P. S. Borum 
.J. T. Price 
.R. W. Stoddard 



12 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Denton (Denton Co.) Pop. 9,587 

Chief of Police O. C. Pass 

Assista>it Chief Ray Powell 

Head, Identif. Div Chas. L. Taylor 

Municipal Attorney Bruce Davis 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Eagle Pass (Maverick Co.) Pop. 5,059 

Chief of Police C. C. Taylor 

Electra (Wichita Co.) Pop. 6,712 

Chief of Police W. C. Suttle 

Head, Identif. Div D. C. McPherson 

Municipal Attorney C. P. Engelking 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



El Paso (El Paso Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Captain of Police 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Patrol Div 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

95 employees; 12 patrol 



Pop. 102,421 

L. T. Robey 
J. W. Fitzgerald 
Mike Snider 
N. S. Good 
J. E. Manigold 
Bob Drennan 
Frank Clayton 
cars; 7 motorcycles 



Ennis (Ellis Co.) Pop. 7,069 

Chief of Police Sam L. Estes 

Assistant Chief O. C. Freeman 

Municipal Attorney Geo. Ledbetter 

Probation Officer C. W. Duke 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Fort Worth (Tarrant Co.) Pop. 163,447 

Chief of Police Karl N. Howard 

Inspector of Police T. G. Curry 

Chief of Detectives T. W. Jackson 

Head, Traffic Div R. E. Dysart 

Head, Accident Preven. . .C. T. Stamps 
Dir., Police Training. . . .H. C. Bishop 

Head, Identif. Div \'. A. Leonard 

Head, Records Div V. A. Leonard 

Municipal Attorney R. E. Rouer 

225 employees; 28 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Gainesville (Cooke Co.) Pop. 8,915 

Chief of Police Harvey Olmon 

Assistant Chief Herman W. Bailey 



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Cities— Texas 



Texas — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney J. L. Gettys 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Galveston (Galveston Co.) Pop. 52,938 

Chief of Police Floyd Goodrich 

Assistant Chief Dave Henry 

Head, Identif. Div Charles E. Bock 

Head, Records Div Charles E. Bock 

Municipal Attorney James L. McKenna 

80 employees; 5 patrol cars; 8 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Greenville (Hunt Co.) Pop. 12,407 

Chief of Police Guy R. Black 

Municipal Attorney Roy Washburn 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Goose Creek (Harris Co.) Pop. 5,208 

Chief of Police E.J. Dickens 

Assistant Chief Emory Williamson 

Municipal Attorney Ervin Flowers 

2 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Harlingen (Cameron Co.) Pop. 12,124 

Chief of Police E. W. Anglin 

Head, Traffic Div J. W. Fonville 

Municipal Attorney Ocie Fristoe 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Highland Park (Dallas Co.) Pop. 8,422 

Dallas P. 0. 

Chief of Police J. H. Tanner 

Captain of Police M. M. Gardner 

Municipal Attorney J. C. Muse, Jr. 

13 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Hillsboro (Hill Co.) Pop. 7,823 

City Marshal B. W. Russell 

Deputy Marshal W. T. Galiga 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Houston (Harris Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Ins p. of Police 

Chief of Detectives . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. 



Pop. 292,352 

.L. C. Brown 
.R. E. Floyd 
.E. H. Hammond 
.J. H. Tatum 



Head, Accident Preven.. J. E. Murray 
Dir., Police Training. . . .L. D. Morrison 

Head, Identif. Div R. R. Reifel 

Head, Records Div C. V. Caltagirone 

Municipal Attorney Burch Downman 

Probation Officer H. Earlywine 

325 employees; 41 patrol cars; 29 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

Huntsville (Walker Co.) Pop. 5,028 

Chief of Police Ben Small 

Municipal Attorney J. E. Henson 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 



Jacksonville (Cherokee Co.) Pop. 6,748 

Chief of Police Vacancy 

Assistant Chief C. P. Ballinger 

Head, Identif. Div Sam Ballinger 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Guinn 

Probation Officer D. M. Marshall 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Kingsville (Kleberg Co.) Pop. 6,815 

Chief of Police Archie Goode 

Assistant Chief J. M. Gunn 

Municipal Attorney C. L. Gordon 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Laredo (Webb Co.) Pop. 32,618 

Chief of Police C. Mendiola 

Assistant Chief D. D. Gallagher 

Head, Traffic Div J. C. Mendiola 

Head, Identif. Div A. H. Jimenez 

Head, Records Div A. H. Jimenez 

Municipal Attorney Frank Y. Hill 

36 employees; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Longview (Gregg Co.) Pop. 5,036 

Chief of Police Albert Adams 

Municipal Attorneys. . . .Stinchcomb, Kenley 
& Sharp 
7 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Lubbock (Lubbock Co.) Pop. 20,520 

Chief of Police Don Reeder 

Assistant Chief Bill Mabray 

Head, Traffic Div Lewis Kittrell 

Municipal Attorney D. H. Bradley 

22 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Lufkin (Angehna Co.) Pop. 7,311 

Chief of Police Finis Whisenant 

Municipal Attorney Curtis W. Fenley 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Luling (Caldwell Co.) Pop. 5,970 

Chief of Police S. D. Dedeker 

Municipal Attorney Zeb U. Nixon 

1 employee; 1 patrol car 

Marshall (Harrison Co.) Pop. 16,203 

Chief of Police CM. Ezell 

Assistant Chief A. B. Huffman 

Municipal Attorney W. T. Caven 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

McAUen (Hidalgo Co.) Pop. 9,074 

Chief of Police Noah L. Cannon 

Night Oificer W. H. Clark 

Head, Traffic Div Earl Hersh 

Head, Identif. Div H. F. Mallau 



189 



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THE POLICE 



Texas — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Cecil Fulton 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

McKinney (Collin Co.) Pop. 7,307 

Chief of Police Edward Blakeman 

Assistant Chief Macon Porter 

Municipal Attorney Henry C. Miller 

13 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Marlin (Falls Co.) Pop. 5,338 

Chief of Police B. M. Watts 

Assistant Chief H. C. Toler 

Municipal Attorney T. Bartlett, Jr. 

3 employees 

Mercedes (Hidalgo Co.) Pop. 6,608 

(Information not received.) 

Mexia (Linestone Co.) Pop. 6,579 

Chief of Police A. B. McKanzie 

Municipal Attorney H. L. Kidd 

5 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Midland (Midland Co.) Pop. 5,484 

City Marshal A. J. Norwood 

Head, Traffic Div Franklin Manning 

Probation Officer J. H. Knowles 

4 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Mineral Wells (Palo Pinto Co.) Pop. 5,986 

Chief of Police Charlton Brown 

Assistant Chief Frank Cranberry 

Head, Traffic Div Fabart Holmes 

Municipal Attorney Percy Smith 

Probation Officer John C. Miller 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Mission (Hidalgo Co.) Pop. 5,120 

Chief of Police J. L. Avinger 

Assistant Chief W. E. Dorset 

Municipal Attorney H. H. Rankin, Jr. 

2 employees; 1 patrol car 

Nacogdoches (Nacogdoches Co.) Pop. 5,687 

Chief of Police T. A. Drewry 

Municipal Attorney M. M. Stripling 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Navasota (Grimes Co.) Pop. 5,128 

City Marshal Slim Newman 

Municipal Attorney R. W. Dean 

New Braunfels (Comal Co.) Pop. 6,242 

(Information not received.) 



Orange (Orange Co.) 
Chief of Police 



J. B 



Pop. 7,913 
Hudson 



Assistant Chief J. M. Morgan 

Head, Identif. Div E. L. Barker 

Municipal Attorney J. T. Adams 

Probation Officer. .' K. A. Mitchell 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Palestine (Anderson Co.) Pop. 11,445 

Chief of Police E. G. Tomkins 

Municipal Attorney E. T. McCain 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Pampa (Gray Co.) Pop. 10,470 

Chief of Police J. I. Downs 

Assistant Chief Jeff Guthrie 

Head, Traffic Div W. C. DiUman 

Municipal Attorney Walter Rogers 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Paris (Lamar Co.) 

City Marshal 

Deputy Marshal . . 
Head, Traffic Div. 
Head, Records Div 
Municipal Attorney 



Pop. 15,649 

W. A. Walters 
R. N. Baker 
Troy McCormick 
J. W. Kuykendall 
. Edgar Wright 



12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Plainview (Hale Co.) Pop. 8,834 

Chief of Police Hovt Curry 

Head, Traffic Div Ed' E. Mitchell 

Municipal Attorney Dan M. Cook 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Port Arthur (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 50,902 

Chief of Police H. F. Baker 



Assistant Chief. . . . 
Chief of Detectives. . 
Head, Traffic Div. . 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Municipal Attorney. 



M. E. Davis 
.N. Guilbeau 

M. E. Davis 

.J. B. McVeety 

.V. J. Wistner 



22 employees; 4 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Ranger (Eastland Co.) Pop. 

Chief of Police Jim Ingram 

Municipal Attorney L. R. Pearson 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



6,208 



San Angelo (Tom Green Co. 



Pop. 23,308 



Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 
Probation Officer 



. C. Otis Reed 
. C. C. Lowe 
. 0. E. Blondeau 
, Olin Blanks 
. E. B. Keyes 



24 employees; 4 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

San Antonio (Bexar Co.) Pop. 231,542 

Chief of Police Ray Ashworth 



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Cities— Texas 



Texas — Cities of 



Captain of Detectives 
Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Dir., Police Training 
Head, IdentiJ. Div. . 
Head, Records Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 



W. A. Harvey 
.William Huston 
.E. P. Bogasch 

H. C. Rhodes 
.P. R. Halleron 

T. D. Cobbs, Jr. 



230 employees; 50 patrol cars; 11 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 

San Benito (Cameron Co.) Pop. 10,753 

Chief of Police A. McMillan 

Municipal Attorney A. L. Montgomery 

5 employees 

San Marcos (Hays Co.) Pop. 5,134 

City Marshal Charles Jackson 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Seguin (Guadalupe Co.) Pop. 5,225 

Chief of Police Max Bergfeld 

Assistant Chief P. K. Delaney 

Municipal Attorney O. E. Threlkeld 

2 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Sherman (Grayson Co.) Pop. 15,713 

Chief of Police Les Tribble 

Chief of Detectives B. V. Atnip 

Head, Traffic Div Jim May 

Head, Ide'ntif. Div E. M. Hatfield 

Municipal Attorney J. P. Cox, Jr. 

14 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 

Sulphur Springs (Hopkins Co.) Pop. 5,417 

Chief of Police W. E. Melton 

Assistant Chief E. K. Wheeler 

Municipal Attorney L. E. Teer 



Sweetwater (Nolan Co.) 



Pop. 10,848 



Chief of Police N. B. HaU 

Assistant Chief Lester Turner 

Head, Identif. Div Homer J. Bradford 

Head, Records Div Homer J. Bradford 

Municipal Attorney Carl M. Anderson 

Probation Officer Charles Lewis 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Taylor (Williamson Co.) 



Pop. 7,463 



Chief of Police J. W. Bellinger 

Assistant Chief Truman Stowe 

Municipal Attorney E. M. Grimes 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 



Temple (Bell Co.) 



Pop. 15,345 



Chief of Police Frank Bouldin 

Municipal Attorney J. B. Talley 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 



Terrell (Kaufman Co.) Pop. 8,795 

Chief of Police Zeb Henry 

Assistant Chiefs C. C. Lovell 

John H. Boston 

Head, Traffic Div Sam Rutledge 

Municipal Attorney Morris Brin 

Probation Officer Carroll Garland 

4 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Texarkana (Bowie Co.) Pop. 16,602 

Chief of Police Jack Runnels 

Head, Identif. Div Richard Runnels 

City Attorney E. B. Levee, Jr. 

12 employees; 1 patrol car 

Tyler (Smith Co.) Pop. 17,113 

Chief of Police J. J. Ray 

Assistant Chief D. C. Butler 

Chief of Detectives J. E. Adams 

Head, Identif. Div Clyde L. Bentley 

Head, Records Div Floyd Sikes 

Municipal Attorney Troy Smith 

26 employees; 3 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 

Uvalde (Uvalde Co.) Pop. 5,286 

Chief of Police Geo. H. Grimes 

Municipal Attorney D. W. Suttle 

Probation Officer Frank Miller 

3 employees; 1 motorcycle; 1 patrol car 

Vernon (Wilbarger Co.) Pop. 9,137 

Chief of Police D. J. Lewis 

Head, Identif. Div C. C. Draper 

Municipal Attorney J. S. Cook 

Probation Officer. .'. M. G. Neathery 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Victoria (Victoria Co.) Pop. 7,421 

Chief of Police John Vogt 

Municipal Attorney J. Barney Daniel 

7 employees; 1 motorcycle 

Waco (McLennan Co.) Pop. 52,848 

Chief of Police C. C. Maxey 

Assistant Chief J. M. Barron 

Chief of Detectives M. Burton 

Chief of Patrol Div R. S. Van Wie 

Head, Policeivomen Mrs. O. 0. Larnce 

Head, Identif. Div Sam C. Fuller 

Head, Records Div Sam C. Fuller 

Municipal Attorney Allen D. Sanford 

Probation Officer Arthur Stout 

54 employees; 8 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Waxahachie (EUis Co.) Pop. 8,042 

Chief of Police W. P. Clark 

Municipal Attorney Goodwyn Sweatt 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



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Utah — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



Texas- 

Wichita Falls (Wichita Co.) Pop. 43,690 

Chief of Police R. M. Hurst 

Capt., Patrol Div W. V.. McDonald 

Capt. of Detectives L. E. Hannaway 

Head, Traffic Div A. Grady 

Juvenile Officer J. M. McDonald 

Siipt. of Identif. Ivey Gonzalez 

Supt. of Records W. F. Booker 



-Cities of 

Municipal Attorneys. . . . Hicks & Martin 
49 employees; 7 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles 

Yoakum (DeWitt-Lavaca Cos.) Pop. 5,656 

Chief of Police G. G. Pruitt 

Municipal Attorney Horace Wimberly 

3 employees 



Utah 

State Capital: Salt Lake City 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Henry H. Blood (Salt Lake City) 

Attorney General Joseph Chez (Salt Lake City) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman James W. Funk (Salt Lake City) 

Utah State Highway Patrol (425 State Capitol, Salt Lake City) 

Superintendent R. Whitney Groo 

Captain L. L. Fryer 

52 employees; 51 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

State Bureau or Criminal Identification (Salt Lake City) 
Director R. H. Wooton 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Salt Lake City) Owen Nebeker, Warden 

State Industrial School (Ogden) F. A. Child, Supt. 

State Parole Board (Salt Lake City) S. W. Stewart, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Salt Lake City) Oscar E. Lowder 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Prob.\tion Agt.i 

Beaver Beaver Jasper Puffer Geo. C. Miller 

Box Elder Brigham Fred Sorenson W. G. Mann 

Cache Logan Jeff Stowell L. E. Nelson 

Carbon Price S. M. Bliss Edward Fheya 

Daggett Manila Mark A. Anson J. K. Olson 

Davis Farmington Jos. Holbrook Calvin Rampton 

Duchesne Duchesne T. Meriweather G. Stewart, Jr. 

Emery Castle Dale J. L. Olsen W. Peacock, Jr. 

Garfield Panguitch Frank Hajxock Frank Richards 

Grand Moab J. B. Skewes J. R. Lance 

Iron Cedar City H. Christensen Durham Norris 

Juab Nephi Heber Mellor Edward Pike 

Kane Kanab Geo. Swapp D. L. Pugh 

Millard Fillmore Henry Forester M. A. Melville 

Morgan Morgan Thos" W. Fry Francis Bray 

Piute Junction Karl Bebee W. C. Thompson 

Rich Randolph Benjamin Weston R. G. INIarchall 

^ No county probation officers. Three state probation officers serve all counties. See State listing. 

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State — Vermont 



Utah — Counties of 



County Co. Skat 

Salt Lake Salt Lake City 

San Juan Monticello 

Sanpete Manti 

Sevier Richfield 

Summit Coalville 

Tooele Tooele 

Uintah Vernal 

Utah Provo 

Wasatch Heber 

Washington St. George 

Wayne Loa 

Weber Ogden 



Shkriki' 

S. G. Young 
Horace AUred 
E. J. Peterson 
Clarence Smith 
R. Cunningham 
Alma White 
Herbert Snyder 
John S. Evans 
Chas. McPhie 
A. B. Prince 
Martin Baker 
J. R. Watson 



Co. Pros. Attv. 



H. E. Wallace 
D. T. Adams 
S. C. Peterson 
Carvel Mattsson 
P. H. Neeley 
G. S. Richardson 
C. S. Johnson 
W. S. Dunford 
Glen F. Hatch 
Orval Hafen 
J. M. Pace 
J. A. Hendricks 



Probation Act. ' 



City Agencies and Officials 



Brigham (Box Elder Co.) Pop. 5,093 

Chief of Police M. D. Robinette 

5 employees 

Logan (Cache Co.) Pop. 9,979 

Chief of Police Vacancy 

Municipal Attorney Leon Fonnesbeck 

9 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Murray (Salt Lake Co.) Pop. 5,172 

Chief of Police Andrew Lundquist 

Municipal Attorney Glen E. Howe 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Ogden (Weber Co.) Pop. 40,272 

Chief of Police Dewey F. Hawkins 

Captain of Police Clifford Keeter 

Head, Traffic Div S. S. Leach 

Head, Identif. Div L. M. Hilton 

Head, Records Div B. E. Slagowski 

Municipal Attorney George S. Barker 

Probation Officer Ralph Jensen, Jr. 

36 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 



Provo (Utah Co.) Pop. 14,766 

Chief of Police Henry East 

Head, Traffic Div Oscar Pederson 

Municipal Attorney L E. Brockbank 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Salt Lake City (Salt Lake Co.) Pop. 140,267 

.William C. Webb 
.0. B. Record 
.E. A. Hedman 
.H. C. Peirce 
.R. W. Morrison 
.S. Falkenrath 
.A. H. Rogers 
.A. P. Kessler 



Chief of Police 

Lnsp. of Police 

Captain of Detectives 
Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Head, Crime Preven. 
Dir., Police Training 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 

154 employees; 22 patrol cars; 16 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol wagon 



Tooele (Tooele Co.) ' Pop. 5,135 

Chief of Police Edward H. Nelson 

Municipal Attorney John C. Bryan 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 



Vermont 

State Capital: Montpelier 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor George D. Aiken (Montpelier) 

Attorney General Lawrence C. Jones (Montpelier) 

Uniform Law Commission, Chairman George B. Young (Montpelier) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman Reginald R. Cole (Montpelier) 

Motor Vehicle Department (Montpelier) 

Commissioner Murdock A. Campbell 

Deputy Commissioner K. L. Ellsworth 

1 No county probation ofi&cers. Three state probation officers serve all counties. See State listing. 

193 



Vermont — Counties and Cities 



THE POLICE 



Vermont — State of 
VERMONT STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (Motor Vehicle Dept., Montpelier) 

Chief Inspector H. Elmer Marsh 

38 employees; 37 patrol cars 

Criminal Identification and Crime Statistics (State Prison, Windsor) 
Superintendent John Kimball 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison & House of Correction for Men (Windsor) Martin K. Judd, Warden 

State Prison & House of Correction for Women (Rutland 

City) Helen Koltonski, Stipt. 

Brandon State School for Boys (Brandon) Albert D. Barnard, Supt. 

Weeks State School for Boys (Vergennes) Geo. E. Carpenter, Supt. 

Kinstead Home for Girls (Montpelier) Anne M. Grifhn, Matron 

Pardons and Parole ^ Gov. George D. Aiken 

Chief Parole Officer (Montpelier) Edna G. Johnson 

County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act. 

Addison Middlebury R. C. Sweet J. T. Conley George Bacon 

Bennington Bennington W. Clyde Peck Geo. H. Plumb Louis Levin 

Caledonia St. Johnsbury F.A.Flint H.S.Brooks Frank Worthen 

Chittenden Burlington J. F. Lynch K. Paul Fennell Robert G. Smith 

Essex Guildhall Fred Hastings K. T. Brown Frank Worthen 

Franklin St. Albans J. G. Finn W. K. Sullivan Robert G. Smith 

Grand Isle North Hero J. H. Fresn G.F.Rousseau Robert G. Smith 

Lamoille Hyde Park C. W. Potter C. G. Parker Frank Worthen 

Orange Chelsea O. E. Burgess S. L. Chamberlin Mark G. Drown 

Orleans Newport S. E. Gray M. L. Baton Frank Worthen 

Rutland Rutland R. H. Leonard A. J. Spero George Bacon 

Washington Montpelier H. C. Lawson W.E.Miller Mark G. Drown 

Windham Newfane P. J. O'Keefe Ernest F. Berry Ernest Hurd 

Windsor Woodstock E. Schoenfield H. F. Black Ernest Hurd 



Barre (Washington Co.) 

Chief of Police D. Donahue 

Municipal Attorney CO. Granai 

Bennington (Bennington Co.) Pop. 7,390 

Chief of Police Louis J. Aubuchon 

Assistant Chief Elmer N. Mattison 

Municipal Attorney FiUmore Paddock 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Brattleboro (Windham Co.) Pop. 8,709 

Chief of Police D. E. Connors 

Municipal Attorney A. Luke Crispe 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Burlington (Chittenden Co.) Pop. 24,789 

Chief of Police Arthur W.Thalacker 

Captain of Police Frank G. Raymond 

^ No state parole board 



City Agencies and Officials 

Pop. 11,307 



Head, Identif. Div Henry Bousquet 

Municipal Attorney T. E. Hopkins 

Probation Officer Robert Smith 

33 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 

Montpelier (Washington Co.) Pop. 7,837 

Chief of Police Frank B. Baldwin 

Municipal Attorney Robert H. Ryan 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Newport (Orleans Co.) Pop. 5,094 

Chief of Police Eugene E. Bryant 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 



Rutland (Rutland Co.) Pop. 17,315 

Chief of Police WiUiam P. Fox 

Assistant Chief Charles A. Cassin 

Pardoning and parole powers vested in Governor's office. 
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State and Counties- Virginia 



Vermont — Cities of 



Municipal Attorney Thomas Mangan 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

St. Albans (Franklin Co.) Pop. 8,020 

Chief of Police George J. Cloe 

Municipal Attorney P. C. Warner 

4 employees; 1 patrol car 

St. Johnsbury (Caledonia Co.) Pop. 7,920 
Chief of Police James Christie 



Assistant Chief Albert Boutain 

4 employees; 1 patrol wagon 



Winooski (Chittenden Co.) 



Pop. 5,308 



Chief of Police Charles A. Barber 

Municipal Attorney Joseph Cauchon 

2 employees 



Virginia 

State Capital: Richmond 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor James H. Price (Richmond) 

Attorney General Abram P. Staples (Richmond) 

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Chairman R. McC. BuUington (Richmond) 

Virginia State Police (P. O. Box 1298, Richmond) 

Director M. S. Battle 

Assistant Director Roy P. Bishop 

Superintendent H. B. Nicholas 

165 employees; 150 patrol cars; 30 motorcycles 

State Fingerprint Bureau (State Penitentiary, Richmond) 

Superintendent R- M. Youell 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole ^ Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Richmond) R. M. Youell, Supt. 

State Penitentiary Farm and Virginia State Farm for Defective 

Misdemeanant's (State Farm) R. R. Penn, Supt. 

Industrial Farm for Women (Goochland) EUzabeth Kates, Supt. 

State Home & Industrial School for Girls (Bon Air) Margaret Bair, Supt. 

State Industrial School for Boys (Beaumont) Paul Blandford, Supt. 

State Industrial School for Colored Girls (Peaks Turnout) Janie P. Barrett, Supt. 

State Manual Labor School for Boys (Hanover) W. B. Layton, Supt. 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. .\tty. 

Accomac Accomac Everett Parks R.N.Mason 

Albemarle Charlottesville J. Mason Smith W. O. Fife 

Alleghanv Covington R. A. Caldwell C. C. CoUins 

Amelia. .' Amelia C. H. W. J. Elam Geo. Taylor, Jr. 

Amherst Amherst A. D. Watts W. H. Carter 

Appomattox Appomattox H. W. McKinney W. M. Abbitt 

Arlington Ft. Mver Heights H. G. Fields L. W. Douglas 

(Adington P. O.) 

Augusta Staunton G. M. Gilkeson John D. White 

Bath Warm Springs F. C. Thompson Julian Hickman 

^ No state parole board or parole officer. 

195 



Prob.^tion .^gt. 

Mrs. T. Trofimoy 
Frances Southall 
Mrs. Anne Clarke 
Mrs. J. Thurber 
Mrs. M. L. Grant 
Mrs. V. S. Marks 
James Moody 

Mrs. M. F. Rice 
Eva Cauthorne 



Virginia — Counties 



THE POLICE 



Virginia — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Bedford Bedford 

Bland Bland 

Botetourt Fincastle 

Brunswick Lawrenceville 

Buchanan (Irundy 

Buckingham Buckingham 

Campbell Rustburg 

Caroline Bowling Green 

Carroll Hillsville 

Charles Citv Charles City 

Charlotte . .' Charlotte C. H. 

Chesterfield Chesterfield 

C. H. 

Clarke Berry ville 

Craig Newcastle 

Culpeper Culpeper 

Cumberland Cumberland 

Dickenson Clintwood 

Dinwiddie Dinwiddle 

Elizabeth City. . .Hampton 

Essex Tappahannock 

Fairfax Fairfax 

Fauquier Warrenton 

Floyd Floyd 

Fluvanna Palmyra 

Franklin Rockymount 

Frederick Winchester 

Giles Pearisburg 

Gloucester Gloucester 

Goochland Goochland 

Grayson Independence 

Greene Stanardsville 

Greensville Emporia 

Halifax Halifax 

Hanover Hanover 

Henrico Richmond 

Henry Martinsville 

Highland Monterev 

Isle of Wight .... Isle of Wight 

James City Williamsburg 

King and Queen. . King and Queen 

C. H. 

King George King George 

King William. . . .King William 

Lancaster Lancaster 

Lee Jonesville 

Loudoun Leesburg 

Louisa Louisa 

Lunenburg Lunenburg 

Madison Madison 

Mathews Mathews 

Mecklenburg. . . Boydton 

Middlesex Saluda 

Montgomery .... Christiansburg 

Nansemond Suffolk 

Nelson Lovingston 

New Kent New Kent 



Sheriff 

J. P. Marshall 
J. H. Kinser 
J. I. Noffsenger 
H. E. Valentine 

F. M. Ratliffe 
John R. Snoddy 
Jack L. Miles 
Scott Henshaw 

G. E. Edwards 
M. D. Lampkin 
J. C. Priddy 

O. B. Gates 

W. W. Smallwood 
Frank Caldwell 
J. J. Nash 
J. S. Smith 
J. H. Anderson 
Harry Wheeler 
Chas. C. Curtis 
S. S. Newbill 
Eppa P. Kirby 
W. S. Woolf 
C. A. Hylton 
W. M. Walmsley 
T. B. Lee 
J. W. Newcome 
Emory Johnston 
E. P. Rhodes 
A. W. James 
W. C. Ward 
R. A. Melone 
C. M. Grizzard 
J. Add Tune 
Sumptee Priddy 
T. Wilson Seay 
J. M. Davis 
Ira D. Gutshall 
W. C. Whitehead 
L. P. Trice 
R. A. Sutton 

T. C. Payne 
J. T. Mitchell 
J. H. Pinckard 
R. F. Giles 
E. S. Adrian 
J. F. Bickers 
A. B. Shackleton 
T. H. LiUard 
W. Roger Diggs 
C. O. Mullins 
R. B. Segar 
O. W. Altizer 
J. F. Culpepper 
K. M. Baker 
W. H. Boswell 

196 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

W. R. Saunders 
W. S. Dunn 
Philip Kohen 

A. S. Harrison 

F. W. Smith 
C. R. Wood 

S. J. Thompson 
Bernard Mahon 
Dexter Good 
J. A. Tyler 
H. Page Morton 
Marcus Cogbill 

E. M. Williams 
Hugh T. Estes 
R. A. Bickers 
W. M. Smith 
J. C. Smith 
W. P. Sterne 
Roland D. Cock 
Emory Carlton 
Paul E. Brown 
C. W. Carter 
J. H. Pofif 
W. N. Hannah 

C. C. Lee 

B. P. Harrison 
J. L. Dillow 

G. P. DeHardit 

C. C. Bowles 
Horace Sutherland 
J. E. Parrott 

E. Peyton Turner 
M. B. Hooker 

E. P. Simpkins 
H. M. Ratcliffe 
W. R. Broaddus 
R. Turner Jones 

A. D. Johnson 

B. D. Peachy 

D. S. Mitchell 

Jos. Billingsley 

D. N. Sutton 
W. B. Saunders 
Robert B. Ely 

C. F. Harrison 
W. Earle Crank 
W. E. Neblett 
N. G. Payne 
W. M. Minter 

F. C. Bedinger 
Lewis Jones 
Bentlev Hite 
C. B. Godwin 
Robert Whitehead 
Vernon Duncan 



Prob.\tion Agt. 

Virginia Thompson 
Mary Umberger 
Aubrey Flowers 
Helen Click 
C. L. Chandler 
Edgar Charlton 
Addie Midkiff 
F. K. Barnett 
Dorothy Grayson 
Betty Christian 
Mrs. J. Watkins 
Mrs. E. W. Bagby 

Eliz. Russell 
Mrs. M. R. Eakin 
Lucy Corr 
Mrs. E. McKenry 
E. R. Beverlv 
Mrs. M. Clarke 
Mrs. D. L. Ditto 
Mrs. L. Harrison 
W. T. Wilson 
Mrs. R. Thompson 
Olivia Eller 
Mrs. M. S. Thomas 
Marjorie Tibbs 
Mrs. E. Nalley 
Eliz. Chumbley 
Emily Janney 
Helen Crute 
K. C. Hash 
Marian Cochran 
Sarah Sandifer 
Mrs. E. Booker 
Florence Hicks 
Mrs. H. D. Davis 
Mrs. G. Carter 
Mrs. C. Ralston 
Jemmie Benton 
Louise Adams 
Mrs. E. Eubank 

Celeste Wood 
Priscilla Garriock 
Mrs. I. Davenport 
Saluda Sewell 
Artrice Dungan 
Grace C. Wagner 
H. S. Morgan 
Florence Strickler 
C. B. Hudgins 
Willa Allen 
Eleanor Kipps 
Anita Wood 
Mrs. W. Brinkley 
Harriette Carter 
Mabel Richardson 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Cities — Virginia 



Virginia — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Norfolk Tortsmouth 

Northampton. . . .Eastville 
Northumberland . Heathsville 

Nottoway Nottoway 

Orange... Orange 

Page Luray 

Patrick Stuart 

Pittsylvania Chatham 

Powhatan Powhatan 

Prince Edward. . . Farmville 

Prince George Prince George 

Princess Anne Princess Anne 

Prince William. . .Manassas 

Pulaski Pulaski 

Rappahannock. . .Washington 

Richmond Warsaw 

Roanoke Salem 

Rockbridge Lexington 

Rockingham Harrisonburg 

Russell Lebanon 

Scott Gate City 

Shenandoah Woodstock 

Smyth Marion 

Southampton .... Courtland 

Spotsylvania Spotsylvania 

Stafford Stafford 

Surry Surry 

Sussex Sussex 

Tazewell Tazewell 

Warren Front Royal 

Warwick Denbigh 

Washington Abingdon 

Westmoreland. . .Montross 

Wise Wise 

Wythe Wytheville 

York Yorktown 



Sheriff 

A. A. Wendell 
Geo. T. Turner 
J. E. Anderson 
T. Pryor Jones 
W. B. Young 
J. W. Ruffner 
Frank D. Mays 

A. H. Overbey 

F. W. Simpson 
John A. Clark 

B. R. Belsches 
J. C. Litchfield 
J. P. Kerlin 

C. E. Bones 
H. F. Keyser 
W. L. Bryant 

G. R. Richardson 
J. V. Watts 
Jos. W. Bazzle 
Arthur Combs 

J. E. Quillin 
C. F. Gochenour 
Samuel Dillard 
T. B. Bell 
M. L. Blavdes 
W. E. Curtis 
W. L. West 
T. B. Fannin 
R. L. Hilton 
Ernest Marlowe 
R. B. Curtis 
J. T. Woodward 
P. S. Griffith 
W. C. Boiling 
W. C. Kincer 
A. S. White 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

A. O. Lynch 
CM. Lankford 
Daniel Weymouth 
T. Freeman Epes 
A. S. Robertson 
S. L. Walton 

F. P. Burton 
Jos. Whitehead 
Robert R. Jones 
A. D. Watkins 
J. J. Temple 

P. W. Ackiss 
Thos. H. Lion 
Alton L Crowell 
W. F. Moffett 
A. N. Wellford 
E. H. Richardson 
W. W. Ackerly 

D. W. Ear man 
L. E. Fuller 

E. H. Richmond 
Wm. H. Logan 
R. L. Lincoln 
Junius W. PuUy 

E. R. Carner 

G. B. Wallace 
W. S. Burt 
John H. Cole 
Carl Gillespie 
J. H. Downing 
C. H. Sheild 

J. A. Blakemore 

F. F. Chandler 
Fred B. Greear 
W. P. Parsons 
P. W. Crockett 



Probation Act. 

W. L. Muq^hy 
Mrs. M. Fitchett 
Genevieve Smith 
Helen R. Galey 
Phyllis Sanford 
Mrs. G. Jewell 
Mrs. M. Clark 
Mrs. R. Hundley 
Mrs. L. Netherland 
Carrie Bliss 
Mrs. F. Seward 
Mrs. Helen Reed 
Mrs. M. Lewis 
Mrs. A. Caldwell 
Mamie Eastham 
Frances Booth 
Mrs. M. Malley 
Mrs. L. Hotinger 
Howard Swank 
Mar>^ A. Burns 
J. D. Hyatt 
George Roth 
J. F. Ward 
Beulah Daves 
Alice Loving 
Mrs. A. Gordon 
Mrs. E. Rowell 
Mildred Cox 

E. J. Armstrong 
A. F. Clarke 
Mrs. J. House 
Eula FuUerton 
Alice Arnest 

F. M. Clevinger 
Mar}^ M. Lee 
Mrs. Cora Smith 



City Agencies and Officials 
Alexandria (Independent City) Pop. 24,149 Charlottesville (Albemarle Co.) Pop. 15,245 

Chief of Police John S. Arnold Chief of Police Maurice Greaver 

Assistant Chief Heber J. Thompson Chief of Detectives James E. Adams 

Head, Identif. Div Edgar Sims Municipal Attorney E. V. Walker 

Municipal Attorney Armistead Boothe 24 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 

Probation Officer. '. Mrs. T. C. Howard 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

40 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; _,.,^ _ /a,, , r- \ t> a o^n 

1 patrol wagon Clifton Forge (Alleghany Co.) Pop. 6,839 

Chiei of Police J. W. Huffman 

Bluefield (Tazewell Co.) Pop. 3,906 Assistant Chief J. S. Causey 

See Bluefield, West Virginia Municipal Attorney J. C. Goodwin 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 
Bristol (Washington Co.) Pop. 8,840 

Chief of Police James F. Ingoldsby Covington (Alleghany Co.) Pop. 6,538 

Head, Traffic Div V. J. Payne Chief of Police George E. Arritt 

Municipal Attorney L. B. Rouse Assistant Chief B. G. Ballengee 

Probation Officer A. D. Manual Municipal Attorney C. C. Collins 

15 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

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THE POLICE 



Virginia — Cities of 



Danville (Pittsylvania Co.) Pop 22,247 

Chief of Police J. H. Martin 

Assistant Chief O. S. Mayberry 

Head, Identif. Div W. H. Jones 

Municipal Attorney A. M. Aiken 

35 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Fredericksburg (Spotsylvania Co.) Pop. 6,819 

Chief of Police S. B. Perry 

Assistant Chief A. G. Kendall 

Municipal Attorney W. B. F. Cole 

Probation Officer J. C. Chichester 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Hampton (Elizabeth Co.) Pop. 6,382 

Chief of Police Henry S. Curtis 

Municipal Attorney J. Wilton Hope 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Harrisonburg (Rockingham Co.) Pop. 7,232 

Chief of Police James H. Boice 

Municipal Attorney W. W. Wharton 

Probation Officer Irene Lapsley 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Hopewell (Prince George Co.) Pop. 11,327 

Chief of Police Geo. G. Anderson 

Head, Identif. Div F. R. Dorey 

Municipal Attorney J. H. Hening 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon- 
ambulance 



Lynchburg (Campbell Co.) 



Pop. 40,661 



Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Traffic Div. . . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Identif. Div. . 



.V. B. Grow 
.W. D. Torrence 
.J. M. Burrus 
.A. H. Mason 
.C. O. Deaner 
.C. O. Deaner 



Head, Records Div CD. Hill 

Municipal Attorney T. Gibson Hobbs 

Probation Officer A. H. Mason 

53 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Martinsville (Henry Co.) Pop. 7,705 

Chief of Police H. W. Stultz 

Assistant Chief S. E. Shumate 

Municipal Attorney H. N. Joyce 

Probation Officer R. M. Wilson 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Newport News (Warwick Co.) Pop. 34,417 
Chief of Police W. E. Mahone 



Captain of Detectives . 
Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 



.J. M. Peach 
.J. S. Derby 
. G. P. Williams 



Municipal Attorney S. R. Buxton 

48 employees; 4 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 



Norfolk (Norfolk Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Head, Traffic Div. . . . 
Dir., Police Training. 
Head, Records Div. . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . . 
Municipal Attorney. . 
237 employees; 12 
cycles; 2 patrol wagon 



Pop. 129,710 

.J. F.Woods 
.T. L. Petty 
.M. H. Holland 
.Ted Miller 
.George T. Wilson 
. George T. Wilson 
.Alfred Anderson 
patrol cars; 20 motor- 
ambulances 



Petersburg (Dinwiddie Co.) Pop. 28,564 

Chief of Police W. W. Jefferson 

Head, Identif. Div R. L. Jackson 

Municipal Attorney J. G. Bohannan 

Probation Officer W. L. Peebles 

38 employees; 4 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Portsmouth (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 45,704 

Chief of Police James Broughton 

Captain of Detectives . 



Sergt. of Traffic 
Head, Identif. Div. 
Head, Records Div. 
Municipal Attorney 
Probation Officer 



L. C. Warren 
L. Saunders 
J. R. Williams 
J. R. WiUiams 
R. C. Barclay 
J. A. Brown 



41 employees; 2 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon-ambulance 

Pulaski (Pulaski Co.) Pop. 7,168 

Chief of Police M. C. Pierce 

Municipal Attorney Alton I. Crowell 

Radford (Montgomery Co.) Pop. 6,227 

Chief of Police C. H. Howell 

Municipal Attorney J. M. Goldsmith 

Richmond (Henrico Co.) Pop. 182,929 

Dir. of Public Safety. . . .John A. Cutchins 



Chief of Police . 
Captain of Detectives . . 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Crime Preven.. . 
Dirs., Police Training. 

Head, Identif. Div. . . . 
Head, Records Div. . . . 
Municipal Attorney . 



R. B. Jordan 
.A. S.Wright 

J. V. Ryan 
.H. C. Ganzert 
.D. W. Duling 

0. D. Garton 
.J.M.Wright 
. M. J. IMatthews 
.H. H. Edwards 



Probation Officer Miss Geissing 

287 employees; 30 patrol cars; 20 motor- 
cycles; 3 patrol wagons; 2 trucks 

Roanoke (Roanoke Co.) Pop. 69,206 

Supt. of Police Cephas E. Heckman 



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State and Counties^Washington 



Virginia — Cities of 



Chief of Detectives . . . 
Head, Traffic Div. . . 

Juvenile Officer 

Dir., Police Training 
Head, Idcnlij. Div. . . 
Head, Records Div. . . 
Municipal Attorney . 
Probation Officer .... 

91 employees; 5 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 



John L. Thomason 
Stuart A. Bruce 
William Johnson 
Samuel G. Adkins 
Robert C. Johnson 
Randolph S. Hough 
C. E. Hunter 
John W. Lindsey 
cars; 5 motorcycles; 



South Norfolk (Norfolk Co.) Pop. 7,857 

Norfolk P. O. 

C/iief of Police Edward L. Boyce 

Municipal Attorney C. F. Whitley 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Staunton (Augusta Co.) Pop. 11,990 

Chief of Police John M. Webb 

Assistant Chief Russell Lively 

Municipal Attorney Peyton Cochran 



Probation Officer Mrs. O. Robertson 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Suffolk (Nansemond Co.) Pop. 10,271 

Chief of Police H. W. Churn 

Municipal Attorney John K. Hutton 

20 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Waynesboro (Augusta Co.) Pop. 6,226 

Chief of Police Roy Switzer 

Assistant Chief H. E. Simson 

Municipal Attorney W. E. Moore 

Probation Officer Mrs. O. Robinson 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Winchester (Frederick Co.) Pop. 10,855 

Chief of Police Clayton W. Hollis 

Assistant Chief Thomas Boyd 

Head, Identif. Div Francis Funk 

Municipal Attorney James P. Reardon 

Probation Officer Taylor L. Barr 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 



Washington 

State Capital: Olympia 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Clarence D. Martin (Olympia) 

Attorney General G. W. Hamilton (Olympia) 

State Liquor Control Board, Chairman L. E. Gregory (Olympia) 

Washington State Patrol (Legislative Bldg., Olympia) 

Chief Harry C. Huse 

191 employees; 26 patrol cars; 92 motorcycles; 71 patrol wagons 

Criminal Identification and Crime Statistics (State Penitentiary, Walla Walla) 
Superintendent J- M. McCauley 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Officials 

State Penitentiary (Walla Walla) J. M. McCauley, Warden 

State Reformatory (Monroe) Geo. W. Roup, Supt. 

State Training School for Boys (Chehalis) C. L. Richmond, Supt. 

State School for Girls (Centraha) Ruth Orndorff, Supt. 

Board of Prison Terms and Parole (Olympia) Wm. J. Wilkins, Chairman 

State Parole Officer (Seattle) W. B. Coffey 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sherlff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Adams Ritzville Joe Schafer W. Walter Miller 

Asotin Asotin Ben F. Taplin C. O. Shoemaker 

Benton Prosser A. M. Richter K. E. Serier 

1 Probation agents serving superior courts specified to handle juvenile offenders, 
system. 

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Probation Agt.> 

Alice Braekel 

No county probation 



Washington — Cities 



THE POLICE 



WASraNGTON — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Chelan Wenatchee 

Clallam Port Angeles 

Clark Vancouver 

Columbia Dayton 

Cowlitz Kelso 

Douglas Waterville 

Ferry Republic 

Franklin Pasco 

Garfield Pomeroy 

Grant Ephrata 

Grays Harbor Montesano 

Island Coupeville 

Jefferson Port Townsend 

King Seattle 

Kitsap Port Orchard 

Kittitas Ellensburg 

Klickitat Goldendale 

Lewis Chehalis 

Lincoln Davenport 

Mason Shelton 

Okanogan Okanogan 

Pacific South Bend 

Pend Oreille Newport 

Pierce Tacoma 

San Juan Friday Harbor 

Skagit Mount Vernon 

Skamania Stevenson 

Snohomish Everett 

Spokane Spokane 

Stevens Colville 

Thurston Olympia 

Wahkiakum Cathlamet 

Walla Walla Walla Walla 

Whatcom Billingham 

Whitman Colfax 

Yakima Yakima 



Shkriff 
Thos. H. Cannon 
Chas. W. Kemp 
Leland F. Morrow 
L J. Patton 
Carl H. Prichard 
Harry A. Smith 
E. J. Windsor 
Grover Russell 
R. L. Gilliam 
Gordon Nicks 
M. B. Taylor 
Thomas W. Clark 
Fred Polk 
W. B. Severyns 
Rush Blankenship 
Wayne Ballard 
C. R. House 
J. D. Compton 
C. E. McCaffery 
E. F. Martin 
Art Michel 
Peter Maloney 
Elmer Black 
J. C. Bjorklund 
P. N. Gerard 
Pat McCarthy 
M. T. Borden 
Ray Ryan 
Ralph Buckley 
Albert Loew 
L. C. Huntamer 
Frank Brooks 
C. A. Woodward 
W. T. Farmer 
Carson J. Walker 
Jasper W. Day 



Co. Pros. Atty. 



Probation Act. i 



Richard Jeffers 

Ralph Smythe 

Eugene Gushing 

Roy R. CahiU 

Shirley R. Marsh 

O. R. Hopewell 

Osee W. Noble 

D. W. Zent 

Pat McCabe 

Lowell B. Vail 

Stanley Krause 

Chester C. Adair 

David E. Rhea 

B. Gray Warner 

Ralph E. Purves 

Philip Davidson 

Edgar Canfield 

R. L. Ponder 

Howard Phillips 

R. L. Studebaker 

Robert M. Murray 

J. Burke Welsh 

Hugh A. Dressel 

Thor ToUef son 

Sam R. Buck 

Richard Welts 

R. M. Wright 

Henry M. Jackson Hilda Crawford 

Ralph E. Foley 



Dave Neilson 
Wm. T. Beck 
Alfred Buchanan 



Bess Daws 



Mrs. M. Arnett 

Ruth Mountjoy 
Floyd A. Green 
Mrs. L. Hutsell 



Hugh A. Dressel 



Leo Richardson 



F. Leo Grinstead 
Smith Troy 
J. B. Polwarth 
Glenn L. Bean 
Edward Johnson 
Ralph Wilkinson 
Lloyd L. Wiehl 



L. F. Grinstead 
Catherine Conner 



Mabel Wilkes 
C. J. Walker 



City Agencies and Officials 

Aberdeen (Grays Harbor Co.) Pop. 21,723 Head, Traffic Div A. M. Morse 

Chief of Police George S. Dean Head, Policewomen Charlotte Strong 

Assistant Chief R. J. Schmidt Head, IdentiJ. Div Geo. H. Stillman 

Head, IdentiJ. Div R. E. Taggart Head, Records Div Wm. J. Kaigler 

Municipal Attornev Lester Parker Municipal Attorney Hobart S. Dawson 

21 employees; 2'patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 29 employees; 3 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 

1 patrol wagon 1 Patrol wagon 

Anacortes (Skagit Co.) Pop. 6,564 Bremerton (Kitsap Co.) Pop. 10,170 

Chief of Police Harold H. Hinshaw r^i • ^ x t> t r-u i t 

.V "■' , r^, ■ r -r T3 Chief of Policc Charlcs Lewis 

i''''-lfu! w "Ja wT -4«i/a»/ Chief R. O. D. Murphy 

Mumcipal Attorney. . . ..W. V. Wells ^^ Traffic'Div Art I^Iorken 

4 employees; 1 patrol car ^^^^^ ^^^-/^^^^ ^.^, ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

Bellingham (Whatcam Co.) Pop. 30,823 Head, Records Div R. O. D. Murphy 

ChieJ of Police William L Stone Municipal Attorney J. W. Bryan, Jr. 

Assistant Chief C. L. Blodgett 12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

' Probation agents serving superior courts specified to handle juvenile offenders. No count)' probation 
system. 

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Cities— Washington 



Washington — Cities of 



Centralia (Lewis Co.) Pop. 8,058 

Chief of Police Milton M. Jastram 

Assistant Chief W. H. Buck 

Head, Tnijfic Div Otto Rucker 

Municipal Attorney J. H. Jahnke 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 traflic car 

Everett (Snohomish Co.) Pop. 30,567 

Chief of Police C. E. DaUey 

Head, Policcivomen Mrs. Ruth Bortner 

Head, Records Div D. L. Martin 

Municipal Attorney Jesse H. Davis 

34 employees; 5 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Hoquiam (Gray Harbor Co.) Pop. 12,766 

Chief of Police N. C. Foote 

Captain of Police W. A. Beaver 

Head, Traffic Div Forbes Barrett 

Municipal Attorney J. P. H. Callahan 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Kelso (Cowlitz Co.) Pop. 6,260 

Chief of Police E. D. Williams 

Municipal Attorney William Stuart 

6 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

Longview (Cowlitz Co.) Pop. 10,652 

Chief of Police B. S. Mullen 

Assistant Chief John Bailey 

Head, Traffic Div B. L. Porterfield 

Municipal Attorney J. C. McCoy 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Olympia (Thurston Co.) Pop. 11,733 

Chief of Police John M. Walker 

Captain of Police Ray W. Hays 

Sergt., Traffic Div Raymond C. Hayes 

Head, Identif. Div W. D. Giles 

Municipal Attorney Thomas L. O'Leary 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon 

Port Angeles (Clallam Co.) Pop. 10,188 

Chief of Police R. O. Ide 

Assistant Chief J. R. Gallagher 

Municipal Attorney Wm. J. Coniff 

Probation Officer T. N. Hibben 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Puyallup (Pierce Co.) Pop. 7,094 

Chief of Police Glen Barton 

Assistant Chief Jack Lenfesty 

7 employees; 1 patrol car 

Seattle (King Co.) Pop. 365,583 

Chief of Police William H. Sears 

Inspector of Police Geo. H. Comstock 

Chief of Detectives E. W. Yoris 

Head, Traffic Div J. E. Prince 

Head, Identif. Div John Flint 



Head, Records Div G. G. Evans 

Municipal Attorney Bruce McDougall 

574 employees; 56 patrol cars; 15 motor- 
cycles 

Spokane (Spokane Co.) Pop. 115,514 

Chief of Police Ira A. Martin 

Assistant Chief F. T. Keenan 

Captain of Detectives . . . .James McCarry 

Head, Traffic Div J. J. Fuchs 

Juvenile Officer H. W. Arvin 

Head, Policewomen Grace Amick 

Head, Accident Preven. . .Harry Aumack 
Dir., Police Training. . . .A. H. Bettinger 

Head, Identif. Div A. L. Jordan 

Head, Records Div S. J. Williams 

Municipal Attorney Arthur L. Hooper 

132 employees; 5 patrol cars; 11 motor- 
cycles; 1 patrol w-agon 

Tacoma (Pierce Co.) Pop. 106,817 

Chief of Police Einar Langseth 

Chief of Detectives Cliff Osborne 

Head, Traffic Div T. B. Ross 

Head, Uniform Div Sherman Lyons 

Juvenile Officer Fred W. Gardner 

Head, Records Div Herman G. Wallace 

Head, Identif. Div Herman G. Wallace 

Municipal Attorney Howard Carothers 

Probation Officer Fred Gardner 

111 employees; 16 patrol cars; 4 motor- 
cycles; 2 patrol wagon-ambulances 

Vancouver (Clark Co.) Pop. 15,766 

Chief of Police John Blaker 

Municipal Attorney Elwood Caples 

15 employees; 3 patrol cars 
Walla Walla (Walla Walla Co.) Pop. 15,976 

Chief of Police \'acancy 

Head, Traffic Div Roy Kelley 

Head, Identif. Div Norman Anspauch 

Municipal Attorney T. P. Gose 

18 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Wenatchee (Chelan Co.) Pop. 11,627 

Chief of Police C. H. Hansen 



Head, Traffic Div. . . 
Head, Identif. Div. . 
Municipal Attorney. 
Probation Officer 



.W. H. Parsons 
.M. A. Cowles 
.N. M. Sorenson 
.Lillian Thompson 



17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 
Yakima (Yakima Co.) Pop. 22,101 

Chief of Police Harold A. Robinson 

Assistant Chief J. J. Bernath 

Head, Traffic Div Frank Burkett 

Head, Identif. Div Walter J. Purdin 

Municipal Attorney Harry L. Olson 

31 employees; 5 patrol cars 



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West Viriginia — State and Counties 



THE POLICE 



West Virginia 

State Capital: Charleston 

State Agencies and Officials 

Governor Homer A. Holt (Charleston) 

Attorney General C. W. Meadows (Charleston) 

State Liquor Commission, Chairman R. E. Kelly (Charleston) 

State Department of Public Safety (Capitol Bldg., Charleston) 

Superintendent Charles C. Tallman 

WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE (Capitol Bldg., Charleston) 

Superintendent Charles C. Tallman 

Captain-Inspector H.N. Rexroad 

Lieutenant, Criminal Identif. Bur C. W. Ray 

Sergeant James N. Depuy 

217 employees; 110 patrol cars; 26 motorcycles 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Moundsville) CM. Stone, Warden 

Industrial School for Boys (Pruntytown) R. P. Bell, Supt. 

Industrial Home for Girls (Industrial) Ava Stanard, Supt. 

Industrial School for Colored Boys (Lakin) M. T. Obie, Supt. 

Industrial School for Colored Girls (Huntington) Mary E. Brooks, Supt. 

Pardons and Parole (Charleston) S. E. Dadisman, Director 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sherut Co. Pros. Atty. 

Barbour Philippi J. N. Forman H. J. Poling 

Berkeley Martinsburg J. Howard Myers C. G. Gain 

Boone Madison Dell White Lilburn Fulton 

Braxton Sutton R. W. Brosius C. A. Duffield 

Brooke Willsburg Herbert Traubert P. J. McGuire 

Cabell Huntington 0. M. Phipps E. E. Winters 

Calhoun Grantsville R. J. Knotts Bee Hopkins 

Clay Clay W. S. Triplett Henry McLane 

Doddridge West Union E. M. Nutter J.B.Smith 

Fayette Fayetteville J. R. Aliff C. B. Vickers 

Gilmer Glenville Gilbert Rhoades H. H. Boggs 

Grant Petersburg W. A. Veach D. E. Cuppett 

Greenbrier Lewisburg J. L. Campbell H. N. Kramer 

Hampshire Romney N. B. Guthrie L. V. Thompson 

Hancock New Cumberland W. D. Ferguson W. J. Moore 

Hardy Moorefield P. D. DeLawder R. J. Bean 

Harrison Clarksburg M. M. Reynolds J. P. Clifford 

Jackson Ripley C. F. Myers M. C. Archer 

Jefferson Charles Town R. J. Madison J. C. Skinner 

Kanawha- Charleston J. M. Slack J. B. Watts 

Lewis Weston R. C. Blair J. H. Brewster 

Lincoln Hamlin D. M. Vandelinde W. F. Damron 

Logan Logan Everett Workman C. A. Joyce 

McDowell Welch F. L. Ray S. A. Christie 

Marion Fairmont A. C. West Harrison Conaway 

Marshall Moundsville F. H. Patton J.W.Rickey 

^ No county probation system. 

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Cities — West Virginia 



West Virginia — Counties of 



County Co. Seat 

Mason Point Pleasant 

Mercer Princeton 

Mineral Keyser 

Mingo Williamson 

Monongalia Morgantown 

Monroe Union 

Morgan Berkeley Springs 

Nicholas Summersville 

Ohio Wheeling 

Pendleton Franklin 

Pleasants St. Marys 

Pocahontas Marlington 

Preston Kingwood 

Putnam Winfield 

Raleigh Beckley 

Randolph Elkins 

Ritchie Harrisville 

Roane Spencer 

Summers Hinton 

Taylor Grafton 

Tucker Parsons 

Tyler Middlebourne 

Upsur Buckhannon 

Wayne Wayne 

Webster Webster Springs 

Wetzel New Martinsville 

Wirt Elizabeth 

Wood Parkersburg 

Wyoming Pineville 



Sheriff 

W. W. Rowsey 
G. H. Crumpecker 
H. O. Staggers 
W. E. Burchett 
T. A. O'Hara 

C. McNeer 

E. C. Ambrose 

F. C. Perkins 
J. C. Burkhart 

G. D. Moyers 
J. E. Heilman 

R. N. Nottingham 
W. C. Roth 
F. H. Moss 
H. G. Farmer 

D. W. Crawford 
W. C. Taylor 
P. D. Philipps 
L. E. Dickinson 
H. Evans 

S. L. Coberly 
C. D. Eastman 
H. A. Zickafoose 
L. C. Booton 
Doc Cutlipp 
F. C. Berger 
Fred Moorhead 
R. E. Hayes 
Lon F. Byrd 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

W. H. Rardin 
R. H. Pendleton 
V. E. Rankin 
L. B. Chaffin 
J. V. Sanders 
Forrest Roles 
H. D. Allen 
G. D. Herold 
C. Lee Spillers 
K. C. VanMeter 
J. R. Hickel 
R. F. Currence 
M. C. Snyder 

C. E. Copen 
W. A. Thornhill 
S. S. Bosworth 
Max DeBerry 
Clair Smith 

T. E. Read 

F. L. Warder 

D. F. Scott 
H. P. Snyder 
A. J. Dailey 

D. B. Hard wick 
W. W. Hoover 

G. W. Coffield 
Willie Fought 
W. T. Crofton 
R. D. BaUey 



Probation Act.' 



City Agencies and Officials 

Beckley (Raleigh Co.) Pop. 9,357 Elkins (Randolph Co.) Pop. 7,345 

Chief of Police John NeSmith Chief of Police Vacancy 

Assistant Chief W. J. Trail Assistant Chief I. J. Joyce 

Municipal Attorney Ben H. Ashworth Municipal Attorney E. A. Bowers 

7 employees; 2 patrol cars 4 employees; 1 patrol car 

Bluefield (Mercer Co.) Pop. 19,339 Fairmont (Marion Co.) Pop. 23,159 

Chief of Police C. Newton Wilson ^/"'f ,^/ f'^i'.'^ J- L- Whitecotton 

Municipal Attorney L. G. Scott i'''f'li^^rfj,- S- ?' ^^'u' 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle ^/''^: {^'"^'f- ^"' \\^^^^^^^J^ 

^ -^ Municipal Attorney Albert J. Kern 

Charleston (Kanawha Co.) Pop. 60,408 17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Chief of Police W. A. Tully Grafton (Taylor Co.) Pop. 7,737 

Head, Identif. Div A. O. Wolfe Captain of Police A. E. Lockard 

Municipal Attorney Phillip Hill Municipal Attorney Hugh R. Warder 

86 employees; 7 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 7 employees; 1 patrol car 
1 patrol wagon 

Hinton (Summers Co.) Pop. 6,654 

Clarksburg (Harrison Co.) Pop. 28,866 Chief of Police E. B. Fox 

Chief of Police J. A. Brasseur Assistant Chief D. G. Crawford 

Chief of Detectives Leo L. Johnson Head, Traffic Div J. H. Hellems, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney Howard Caplan Municipal Attorney W. M. Elswick 

31 employees; 3 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 5 employees 

1 No county probation system. 

203 



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THE POLICE 



West Virginia — Cities of 



Huntington (Cabell Co.) Pop. 75,572 

Chief of Police Sam J. Dillon 

Chief of Detectives L. J. Swann 

Head, Traffic Div W. B. Harris 

Juvenile Officer Sam Ownes 

Dir., Police Training. . . .L. J. Swann 

Head, Identif. Div Harry Ferguson 

Municipal Attorney Boyd Sharitz 

72 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Keyset (Mineral Co.) Pop. 6,248 

Chief of Police J- E. Leatherman 

Municipal Attorney Ernest A. See 

Probation Officer Robert Draine 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Martinsburg (Berkeley Co.) Pop. 14,857 

Chief of Police C. H. Dailey 

Head, Traffic Div William H. Schill 

Municipal Attorney J. O. Henson 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Morgantown (Monongalia Co.) Pop. 16,186 

Chief of Police Clete W. Smith 

Assistant Chief Warren P. Pickett 

Head, Identif. Div Harry J. Scott 

Municipal Attorney John D. Downes 

9 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Moundsville (Marshall Co.) Pop. 14,411 

Chief of Police Jacob Underdonk 

Municipal Attorney John K. Chase 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Parkersburg (Wood Co.) Pop. 29,623 

Chief of Police Clarence W. Hylbert 

Head, Identif. Div J. E. Beckett 

Municipal Attorney I. M. Adams 

Probation Officer Raymond Wharton 

17 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Princeton (Mercer Co.) Pop. 6,955 

Chief of Police W. A. Fielder 



Municipal Attorney W. B. Johnston 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Richwood (Nicholas Co.) Pop. 5,720 

Chief of Police B. L. Stewart 

Municipal Attorneys . . . .John Wolverton 
B. Callaghan 
2 employees 

South Charleston (Kanawha Co.) Pop. 5,904 

Chief of Police Arnold Brabban 

Municipal Attorney John E. Amos 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Welch (McDowell Co.) Pop. 5,376 

Chief of Police H. D. Sly 

Municipal Attorney Z. H. Herndon 

8 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 61,659 

Alonzo Hixenbaugh 
Albert J. Custer 
Albert O. Sailer 
George T. Dixon 
Ralph F. LePore 
Charles Mead 
A. W. Petroplus 
Henry Bromenson 
cars; 5 motorcycles; 



Wheeling (Ohio Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Chief of Patrol Div 

Head, Traffic Div 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorneys .... 

Probation Officer 

74 employees; 7 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

Wellsburg (Brooke Co.) Pop. 6,398 

Chief of Police Paul W. Arthurs 

3 employees; 1 patrol car 

Weston (Lewis Co.) Pop. 8,646 

Chief of Police Cecil R. Simons 

Municipal Attorney Kingsley R. Smith 

5 employees; 1 patrol car 

Williamson (Mingo Co.) Pop. 9,410 

Chief of Police H. H. Davis 

Assistant Chief Andy Johnson 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 



Wisconsin 

State Capital: Madison 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor : Julius P. Hell (Madison) 

Attorney General John E. Martin (Madison) 

State Liquor Commission, Cliairman John M. Smith (Madison) 

Department or Motor Vehicles ^ (16 E. Doty St., Madison) 

Director (Secretary of State) Fred R. Zimmerman 

Assistant Director (Assistant Secretary of State) Donald Dixon 

^ Pending amendments to statutes may modify present set-up in 1940. 

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Counties — Wisconsin 



Wisconsin — State of 

Division of State Inspectors ^ (State Treasury, Madison) 

Siipervisor oj Inspectors (State Treasurer) John M. Smith 

Deputy Supervisor Lawrence Whitteb 

8 employees 

State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Prison (Waupun) John C. Burke, Warden 

State Reformatory (Green Bay) E. H. Eklund, Supt. 

State Prison & Industrial Home for Women (Taycheedah) . . . Mrs. E. Prescott, Supt. 

State Industrial School for Boys (Waukesha) H. E. Philip, Supt. 

State Industrial School for Girls (Milwaukee) Gean McEvoy, Supt. 

State Board of Control - (Madison) Frank C. Klode, Chairman 

Supervisor of Probation and Parole (Madison) A. F. Ruth 



County Agencies and Officials 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. Probation Act.' 

Adams Friendship Frank Hollman Fulton Collipp 

Ashland Ashland L. A. Freeman G. A. Johnson 

Barron Barron Amund Nelson L. C. Youngman 

Bayfield Washburn H. Frostman W. T. Norlin 

Brown Green Bay Clifford Kellner C. G. Chadek 

Buffalo Alma Henry Rhyner B. Schlosstein 

Burnett Grantsburg Bertha Iverson Clive Strang 

Calumet Chilton G.B.Jensen Donald Bonk 

Chippewa Chippewa Falls Frank Pepin I. E. Rasmus 

Clark Neillsville Herman J. Olson Hugh F. Gwin 

Columbia Portage Harry Hibner Wm. Leitsch 

Crawford Prairie du Chien Ulysses Day Jas. P. CuUen 

Dane Madison E. A. Fischer Norris Maloney 

Dodge Juneau Harold Hammer Clarence Traeger 

Door Sturgeon Bay Walter Olson H. W. Johnson 

Douglas Superior Frank Carlson Thos. W. Foley 

Dunn Menomonie John H. Harmon L. C. Ellingson 

Eau Claire Eau Claire Emil Pepin Connor Hansen 

Florence Florence O. Christensen Allen Wittkopf 

Fond du Lac .... Fond du Lac L. H. Thalheim Geo. St. Peter 

Forest Crandon Frank Sturzl Francis Home 

Grant Lancaster Harry Greer Richard Orton 

Green Monroe John T. Syvrud Rudolph Regez 

Green Lake Green Lake L. T. Bartol Clarence Wirth 

Iowa Dodgeville Verl Poad Geo. J. Larkin 

Iron Hurley Sam Giavanoni J. C. Raineri 

Jackson Black River Falls O. R. Waldum Ralph S. Lund 

Jefiferson Jefferson H. B. O'Brien W.H.Rogers 

Juneau ISIauston Preston McEvoy Chas. Curran 

Kenosha Kenosha Leo Schend John McEvoy 

Kewaunee Kewaunee T. M. O'Konski Leo Bruemmer 

LaCrosse LaCrosse L. G. Schaefer W.H.Stevenson 

LaFayette Darlington G. E. Alderson W. K. McDaniel 

Langlade Antigo Elmer Frey T. E. McDougal 

1 No state police or highway patrol. Inspectors act as state sheriffs. 

^ Acts as state board of pardons and parole. 

' In all counties except Milwaukee County probation is handled by the State Department of Pro- 
bation and Parole (see State listing for Wisconsin). In Milwaukee County there is an independent, 
local probation department for the municipal and district court with probation officers under civil 
service. 

205 



Wisconsin — Cities 



THE POLICE 



Wisconsin — Counties of 

County Co. Seat Sheriff Co. Pros. Atty. 

Lincoln Merrill Emil Krueger D. E. Schnabel 

Manitowoc Manitowoc N. M. Berkedal P. A. Dewane 

Marathon Wausau Ralph Gunzel E. E. Hohmann 

Marinette Marinette A. J. Woulf N. B. Langill 

Marquette Montello W. A. Wegner B. E. Hoffmann 

Milwaukee Milwaukee E. J. Mitten H. J. Steffes 

Monroe Sparta H. T. Jenkins L. A. Hansen 

Oconto Oconto J. J. Foral H. W. Krueger 

Oneida Rhinelander Hans Rodd G. A. Richards 

Outagamie Appleton John F. Lappen Raymond Dohr 

Ozaukee Port Washington Ben F. Runliel Frank X. Didier 

Pepin Durand Victor Seline J. H. Riedner 

Pierce Ellsworth M. L. Kjelstad T.A.Waller 

Polk Balsam Lake John Helstern M. J. McDonald 

Portage Stevens Point Joe Heitzinger John Meleski 

Price Phillips John Boyer R. J. Haggerty 

Racine Racine Miles Hulett R. G. Harvey 

Richland Richland Center J. B. McClaren Sidney Hanson 

Rock Janesville Owen M. Rex John Matheson 

Rusk Ladysmith Ellsworth Wilson E. O. Ellingson 

St. Croix Hudson C. M. Simonson Wade Halvorson 

Sauk Baraboo Chas. Mattice John Rouse 

Sawyer Hay ward Geo. Seehuetter J. C. Davis 

Shawano Shawano Carl Druckrey Jas. H. Larson 

Sheboygan Sheboygan Ernest Zehms F. H. Leberman 

Taylor Medford H. C. Curran Louis Charles 

Trempealeau .... Whitehall Martin Brom Clarence Fugina 

Vernon Viroqua John Hassler J. H. Bennett 

Vilas Eagle River J. G. Seyfert Edmund Drager 

Walworth Elkhorn Jos. A. t»orr R. C. Bulkley 

Washburn Shell Lake R. H. Willis S. C. Johnson 

Washington West Bend Leo R. Burg Milton Meister 

Waukesha Waukesha A. J. Redford Scott Lowry 

Waupaca Waupaca D. R. Campbell Paul Roman 

Waushara Wautoma R. H. Boyson Earl Kileen 

Winnebago Oshkosh Paul Neubauer L. C. Magnusen 

Wood Wisconsin Rapids H. J. Becker Chas. M. Pors 



Probation Act.' 



J. J. Kenney 



City Agencies and Officials 



Antigo (Langlande Co.) 



Pop. 8,610 



Chief of Police William Coblenty 

Assistant Chief John F. Utnchmer 

Head, Traffic Div Frank Shelinski 

Municipal Attorney Gustave Winters 

Probation Officer M. J. Rowlands 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Appleton (Outagamie Co.) 



Pop. 25,267 



Chief of Police George T. Prim 

Head, Traffic Div Carl Radtke 

Head, Identif. Div Walter Hendricks 



Municipal Attorney Harry P. Hoeffel 

28 employees; 2 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Ashland (Ashland Co.) Pop. 10,622 

Chief of Police C. H. Overdahl 

Assistant Chief Louis Mateofsky 

Municipal Attorney Walter H. Cate 

10 employees; 1 patrol car 

Baraboo (Sauk Co.) Pop. 5,545 

Chief of Police Otto F. Harmel 

Municipal Attorney R. H. Gollmar 

5 employees 



' In all counties except Milwaukee County probation is handled by the State Department of Probation 
and Parole (see State listing for Wisconsin). In Milwaukee County there is an independent, local proba- 
tion department for the municipal and district court with probation oflicers under civil service. 

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Ci ties — Wisconsin 



Wisconsin — Cities of 



Beaver Dam (Dodge Co.) Pop. 9,867 

Chief of Police Louis W. Zwieg 

Captain of Police George Manthey 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Beloit (Rock Co.) Pop. 23,611 

Chief of Police Robert W. Blumer 

Head, 'Traffic Div Leo Tuller 

Head, Idenlif. Div A. W. Untereiner 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Haugan 

27 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Chippewa Falls (Chippewa Co.) Pop. 9,539 

Chief of Police Edward Holtz 

Municipal Attorney P. J. Murphy 

11 employees; 1 patrol car 

Cudahy (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 10,631 

Chief of Police John C. Medrow 

Municipal Attorney Edward G. Minor 

12 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

De Pere (Brown Co.) Pop. 5,521 

Chief of Police William Deppe 

Assistant Chief Les Putman 

Head, Traffic Div Frank E. Martin 

Municipal Attorney Clarence Dorchill 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Eau Claire (Eau Claire Co.) Pop. 26,287 

Chief of Police Chris Laursen 

Head, Traffic Div C. A. Wold 

Head, Identif. Div Norman Brandrup 

Municipal Attorney John B. Fleming 

Probation Officer George H. Waters 

26 employees; 3 patrol cars 

Fond du Lac (Fond du Lac Co.) Pop. 26,449 

Chief of Police James J. Silgen 

Head, Identif. Div Otto R. Domroehs 

Municipal Attorney Allan L. Edgarton 

33 employees; 2 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Fort Atkinson (Jefferson Co.) Pop. 5,793 

Chief of Police Harry O. Mueller 

Municipal Attorney Harold Smith 

5 employees; 1 patrol car-ambulance; 1 
motorcycle 

Green Bay (Brown Co.) Pop. 37,415 

Chief of Police Thomas E. Hawley 

Inspector of Police H. J. Bero 

Head, Traffic Div William Walters 

Municipal Attorney Thomas C. Dwyer 

55 employees; 4 patrol cars; 7 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 



Janesville (Rock Co.) Pop. 21,628 

Chief of Police William H. Ford 

Municipal Attorney Robert Cunningham 

22 employees; 1 patrol car; 3 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 

Kaukauna (Outagamie Co.) Pop. 6,581 

Chief of Police J. E. McFadden 

Assistant Chief J. Haid 

Municipal Attorjiey Harry Mc Andrews 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



Pop. 50,262 

John T. Sullivan 
Emil Clausen 
Perry Tusler 
Beulah McNeil 
Robert Deschneau 
J. Leo Buchmann 
R. V. Baker, Jr. 
cars; 6 motorcycles; 



Kenosha (Kenosha Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief 

Chief of Detectives 

Head, Policewomen 

Head, Identif. Div 

Head, Records Div 

Municipal Attorney 

69 employees; 9 patrol 
1 patrol wagon 

La Crosse (La Crosse Co.) Pop. 39,614 

Chief of Police Herman F. Rick 

Captain of Police Aaron Sanford 

Chief of Detectives Blaine Thompson 

Head, Traffic Div Lvle Gilbert 

Head, Identif. Div C. C. Koblitz 

Head, Records Div William Rositter 

Municipal Attorney F. E. Steele 

Probation Officer Minnette Sprain 

47 employees; 8 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Madison (Dane Co.) 



Pop. 57,899 



Chief of Police Wm. H. McCormick 

Assistant Chief L. J. Kinney 

Chief of Detectives John R. Arnold 

Head, Traffic Div H. J. Morris 

Head, Policewomen M. Pearl Guynes 

Dir., Police Training. . . .L. J. Kinney 

Head, Identif. Div Burleigh K. Allen 

Municipal Attorney Harold Hanson 

Probation Officer T. C. Purcell 

99 employees; 8 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Manitowoc (Manitowoc Co.) Pop. 22,963 

Chief of Police J. J. Kuplic 

Captain of Police Wm. Christiansen 

Head, Traffic Div George Tulach 

Head, Identif. Div Frank W. Tomchek 

Municipal Attorney Edward Meyer 

Probation Officer. .'. Mrs. MoUie Rahr 

27 employees; 2 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



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THE POLICE 



Wisconsin — Cities of 



Marinette (Marinette Co.) Pop. 13,734 

Chief of Police Fred A. Schultz 

Municipal Attorney C. F. Kuclienberg 

Probation Officer J. F. Leason 

10 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Marshfield (Wood Co.) Pop. 8,778 

Chief of Police William Paape 

Municipal Attorney Fredrick Rhyner 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles 

Menasha (Winnebago Co.) Pop. 9,062 

Chief of Police Alexander Slomski 

Assistant Chief George Resch 

Head, Traffic Div Lawrence Jakowski 

Municipal Attorney EdwardC.McKenzie 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Menomonie (Dunn Co.) Pop. 5,595 

Chief of Police Louis Frenstad 

Assistant Chief Fred Einum 

Head, Traffic Div Floyd Manthie 

Municipal Attorney Farnham A. Clark 

6 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Merrill (Lincoln Co.) Pop. 8,458 

Chief of Police Hugo F. Hanig 

Captain of Police Herman Carlson 

Municipal Attorney Carlyle B. Wurster 

9 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Milwaukee (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 578,249 

Chief of Police Joseph Kluchesky 

Inspector of Police Hugo Schranz 

Deputy Inspector Hugo Goehlen 

Captain of Detectives .... Adolph Kraemer 

Captain, Traffic Bur John Schoenecker 

Dir., Police Training. . . .Hubert Dax 

Supt., Identif. Bur Oscar Digert 

Municipal Attorney Walter Mattison 

Probation Officer William Oldigs 

1,226 employees; 34 squad cars; 58 motor- 
cycles; 8 patrol wagons; 5 ambulances 



Pop. 5,015 
. . J. H. Schwaiger 



Monroe (Green Co.) 

Chief of Police 

Assistant Chief A. E. Mitchell 

Municipal Attorney Arthur C. Benkert 

7 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Neenah (\Vinnebago Co.) Pop. 9,151 

Chief of Police C. H. Watts 

Assistant Chief V'iggo Sorensen 

Municipal Attorney John O'Leary 

14 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Oconto (Oconto Co.) Pop. 5,030 

Chief of Police Arthur J. O'Neil 



Municipal Attorney Harold W. Krueger 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 

Oshkosh (Winnebago Co.) Pop. 40,108 

Chief of Police William Golz 

Municipal Attorney Harry Meyer 

49 employees; 3 patrol cars; 5 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Portage (Columbia Co.) Pop. 6,308 

Chief of Police D.J. Welsh 

Assistant Chief Harry G. Leng 

Municipal Attorney Philip Owen 

Probation Officer Alonzo F. Kellogg 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Racine (Racine Co.) Pop. 67,542 

Chief of Police Arthur J. Muhlke 

Captain of Police Samuel Nelson 

Lieut, of Detectives Earl L. Olson 

Head, Traffic Div Wilbur Hansen 

Head, Identif. Div Joseph Marck 

Municipal Attorney Cornelius Colbert 

Probation Officer A. E. Nord 

68 employees; 8 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Rhinelander (Oneida Co.) Pop. 8,019 

Chief of Police Jos. J. Hack, Jr. 

Municipal Attorney E. A. Korth 

9 employees; 1 patrol car 

Rice Lake (Barron Co.) Pop. 5,177 

Chief of Police F. D. McCrank 

Municipal Attorney Harold Thorsen 

Probation Officer Marie Engesether 

6 employees; 1 patrol car 

Sheboygan (Sheboygan Co.) Pop. 39,251 

Chief of Police Walter H. Wagner 

Captain of Police J- P- Gottascker 

Chief of Detectives Anton M. Herman 

Head, Identif. Div Ambrose Kiernan 

Head, Records Div Ambrose Kiernan 

Municipal Attorney Edward C. Schmidt 

43 employees; 6 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Shorewood (Milwaukee Co.) 
Milwaukee P. O. 



Pop. 13,479 



Chief of Police Emil F. Bartels 

Municipal Attorney Herbert O. Wolfe 

17 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 ambulance 

South Milwaukee (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 10,706 

Chief of Police F. J. Briesemeister 

Municipal Attorney John T. McCarrier 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



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State — Wyoming 



Wisconsin — Cities of 



Stevens Point (Portage Co.) Pop. 13,623 

Chief of Police A. William Risch 

Municipal Attorney L. N. Jenkins 

Probation Officer Byron Carpenter 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Superior (Douglas Co.) Pop. 36,113 

Chief of Police Arthur Buchanan 

Assistant Chief M. E. Widness 

Head, Traffic Div George Borg 

Head, Policeivomen Mrs. Clara Jordan 

Head, Identif. Div Peter G. Ostrom 

Head, Records Div H. C. Berg 

Municipal Attorney Maj-nard Berglund 

Probation Officer Fred Jackson 

57 employees; 5 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 

Two Rivers (Manitowoc Co.) Pop. 10,083 

Chief of Police John J. Rebman 

Captain of Police Ben Hanstedt 

Head, Traffic Div Thadd Logan 

Municipal Attorney F. W. Dicke 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Watertown(Dodge& Jefferson Cos.) Pop. 10,613 

Chief of Police Albert N. Quest 

Assistant Chief William Grossert 

Municipal Attorney H. W. Hartwig 

11 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon 

Waukesha (Waukesha Co.) Pop. 17,176 

Chief of Police Theo. R. Roister 

Captain of Police Harold Owen 

Municipal Attorney John C. Love 

21 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle; 
1 ambulance 

Waupun (Fond du Lac Co.) Pop. 5,768 

Chief of Police W. L. Tetzlaff 



Assistant Chief Frank Tank 

Municipal Attorney W. A. Wagner 

4 employees; 1 motorcycle 



Wausau (Marathon Co.) 



Pop. 23,758 



Chief of Police Walter English 

Assistant Chief Claude Sobkowiak 

Head, Traffic Div Arnold Roloff 

Heads, Identif. Div John Coleman 

Clarence Johnson 

Municipal Attorney Edward P. Gorman 

36 employees; 4 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Wauwatosa (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 21,194 

Chief of Police Louis R. Wrasse 

Municipal Attorney Roy R. Stauff 

34 employees; 3 patrol cars; 3 motorcycles 

West Allis (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 34,671 

Chief of Police Thomas Kastello 

Assistant Chief Louis Reinsch 

Juvenile Officer John J. Kenney 

Municipal Attorney L. C. Gram 

42 employees; 5 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol wagon; 2 ambulances 

Whitefish Bay (Milwaukee Co.) Pop. 5,362 
Milwaukee P. O. 

Chief of Police George H. Hage 

Municipal Attorney George H. Gabel 

11 employees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles; 
1 patrol-ambulance 

Wisconsin Rapids (Wood Co.) Pop. 8,726 

Chief of Police Roland S. Payne 

Municipal Attorney Herbert A. Bunde 

12 employees; 1 patrol car; 2 motorcycles; 
1 ambulance 



Wyoming 

State Capital: Cheyenne 
State Agencies and Officials 

Governor ^^els Smith (Cheyenne) 

Attorney General E. T. Kerr (Cheyenne) 

State Liquor Control Board, Chairman Thos. McKmney (Cheyenne) 

State Highway Department (Cheyenne) 

Commissioner Frank Kelso 

STATE HIGHWAY PATROL (Cheyenne) 

Commissioner •'' rank Kelso 

Captain Commanding Wm. T. Harwood 

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BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Wyoming — State of 

Inspector A. M. Runnion 

15 employees; 15 patrol cars; 4 motorcycles 
State Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

State Penitentiary (Rawlins) Lon Roach, Warden 

State Reformatory for Boys (Worland) M. A. Miller, Supt. 

Girls' Industrial School (Sheridan) Minnie Martin, Supt. 

State Board of Charities and Reform ^ (Cheyenne) L. R. Brewer, Comm'r 



County Agencies and Officials 



County 



Co. Seat 



Albany Laramie 

Big Horn Basin 

Campbell GUlette 

Carbon Rawlins 

Converse Douglas 

Crook Sundance 

Fremont Lander 

Goshen Torrington 

Hot Springs Thermopolis 

Johnson Buffalo 

Laramie Cheyenne 

Lincoln Kemmerer 

Natrona Casper 

Niobrara Lusk 

Park Cody 

Platte Wheatland 

Sheridan Sheridan 

Sublette Pinedale 

Sweetwater Green River 

Teton Jackson 

Uinta Evanston 

Washakie Worland 

Weston Newcastle 

Yellowstone 

Nat'l Park .... Yellowstone Park 



Sheriff 

E. L. Wood 
D. C. Parkin 
Tex Martin 
G. C. Penland 
W. R. Silver 

W. H. Blakeman 
Clayton Banks 
H. F. DeWitt 
Ray Fouch 
M. A. Tisdale 
G. J. Carroll 
Harvey CottreU 
R. J. Allen 
D. A. Shoopman 
Frank Blackburn 
W. I. Sutherland 
W. H. MarshaU 
W. D. Holt 
M. J. Dankowski 
J. A. Francis 

F. L. Narramore 
John Nicola 

C. A. Howell 



Co. Pros. Atty. 

S. G. Parker 
T. M. Hyde 
Earl Dunlap 
J. J. Hickey 
T. C. Daniels 
Otis Reynolds 
H. Harnsberger 
G. P. Sawyer 
Chester Ingle, Jr. 
A. T. Clark 

D. M. Starnes 
J. A. Christmas 
Vincent Mulvaney 
T. O. Miller 

O. W. Steadman 
W. B. Jones 
P. S. Garbutt 
A. E. Oeland 
J. H. Galicich 
W. W. Neilson 
C. W. Cook 

E. J. Scott 

E. E. Wakeman 



Probation Agt.* 



City Agencies and Officials 

Casper (Natrona Co.) Pop. 16,619 

Chief of Police Will Clark 

Captain of Police W. C. Miller 

Municipal Attorney W. J. Wehrli 

16 employees; 2 patrol cars 

Cheyenne (Laramie Co.) Pop. 17,361 

Chief of Police T. Joe Cahill 

Assistant Chief N. E. Tuck 

Head, Identif. Div Harve}^ Jackson 

Municipal Attorney H. B. Henderson, Jr. 

Probation Officer James Wilson 

15 empFoyees; 2 patrol cars; 2 motorcycles 

Laramie (Albany Co.) Pop. 8,609 

Chief of Police Will Mast 



Assistant Chief John Crowfoot 

Heads, Traffic Div La Verne Trabing 

Bernard Irene 

Municipal Attorney Alfred M. Pence 

10 employees; 2 patrol cars; 1 motorcycle 

Rock Springs (Sweetwater Co.) Pop. 8,440 

Chief of Police C. E. Krieger 

Municipal Attorney E. V. Magagna 

Probation Officer Glen G. Stanton 

8 employees; 1 patrol car 

Sheridan (Sheridan Co.) Pop. 8,536 

Chief of Police Fred James 

Municipal Attorney Maurice L. Cone 

8 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 motorcycle 



1 Parole .\uthority 

' No county probation system. Only probation officer in state is Federal Probation Officer J. B. Lutz, 
Cheyenne. 

' Under supervision of Forest Rangers and U. S. Marshal. Address communications to U. S. Marshal, 
Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. 

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Territories of the United States 

Director, Division of Territories and Island Possessions ^ Ernest Gruening 

Alaska 

Capital: Juneau 

Governor of Alaska • John W. Troy 

Officials of Incorporated Towns ^ 



Anchorage Pop. 2,277 

Chief of Police R. R. Huttle 

Assistant Cliief W. L. Brewington 

Municipal Attorney Roy Bunn 

3 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 patrol wagon 

Cordova Pop. 980 

Chief of Police N. J. McCrary 

2 employees 

Douglas Pop. 593 

Chief of Police Charles Schram 

Prosecuting Attorney. . . .F. H. Foster 

Eagle Pop. 54 

Chief of Police Chas. Smith 

City Magistrate E. A. Robertson 

Fairbanks Pop. 2,101 

C/iief of Police J. H. Hubbard 

Assistant Chief F. C. Schiller 

3 employees; 1 ambulance 

Haines Pop. 344 

Chief of Police J. E. Graham 

Juneau Pop. 4,043 

Chief of Police Dan Ralston 

Assistant Cliief Roy Hoffman 

Municipal Attorney Grover Winn 

4 employees; 1 patrol car; 1 ambulance 

Ketchikan Pop. 3,796 

Chief of Police S. S. Daniels 

4 employees; 1 patrol wagon; 1 ambulance 



Klawock 

Chief of Police . 



Pop. 437 

C. K.Williams 

5 employees 



Nenana 

(Policed by U. S. Marshal) 

Nome 

Chief of Police W. W. 



Pop. 291 



Pop. 1,213 
Laws 

Municipal Attorney L. M. Sullivan 

3 employees 

Petersburg Pop. 1,252 

Chief of Police Geo. Nicholsen 

Assistant Chief Clifford Fenn 

2 employees 

Seward Pop. 

Dir. of Public Safety D. C. Brownell 

Chief of Police Fred Kielcheski 

Head, Records Div. 



835 



Municipal Attorney. 
Probation Officer . . . 



E. D.Webb 
L. V. Ray 
E.D.Webb 



Sitka Pop. 1,056 

Chief of Police R. F. McGraw 

City Magistrate Jack Calvin 

3 employees 

Skagway Pop. 492 

Chief of Police Perry Hern, Jr. 

City Magistrate L. E. Reynoldson 

Wrangell Pop. 948 

Chief of Police C. H. Lloyd 



American Samoa ^ 

Capital: Pago Pago 
Governor of American Samoa Captain Edw. H. Hanson, U. S. N. 

1 U. S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D. C. 

2 No county divisions. For judicial purposes, there are four judicial districts administered through 
the Governor's office. 

3 American Samoa is under jurisdiction of United States Navy, and the local police department is 
administered by the Governor. 

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Guam-Hawaii THE POLICE 

Guam 

Capital: Guam 
Governor and Commander of Guam ^ James T. Alexander 

Hawaii 

Capital: Honolulu 

Governor Joseph B. Poindexter 

City And County of Honolulu (Island of Oahu) 

County Seat: Honolulu 

Chief of Police W. A. Gabrielson 

Assistant Chief William Hoopai 

Head, Crime Prevention Div D. Ransom Sherretz 

Head, Traffic Div George M. Farr 

Head, Records and Identification Div (Vacancy) 

Public Prosecutor Chas. E. Cassidy 

Probation Officer John B. Mahoney 

Sheriff D. P. Kahanamoku 

248 employees; 130 patrol cars; 6 motorcycles; 2 patrol wagons 



County of Hawaii (Island of Hawaii) 

County Seat: Hilo 

Sheriff Henrv K. Martin 

Deputy Sheriff Peter N. Pakele, Jr. 

Chief of Detectives and Investigation G. K. Mills 

County Investigator George Richardson 

Captain, Patrol Div William J. Martin 

Head, Records and Identification W. K. Hussey 

Prosecuting Attorney Martin Pence 

Probation Officers fl. Keliipio 

\Mrs. E. Coulter 
97 employees; 26 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon 



County of Kauai (Islands of Kauai and Niihau) 
County Seat: Lihue 

Sheriff Wm. Henry Rice 

Deputy Sheriff Enoka Lovell, Jr. 

Chief of Detectives Antone Fernandez 

Head, Traffic Div Edw. C. Fountain 

Head, Identification Div Antone Fernandez 

Head, Records Div Junichi Teraoka 

Prosecuting Attorney A. G. Kaulukou 

50 employees 

1 Directs the two police units: Insular Patrol, made up of U. S. Marine Corps personnel, and the 
Native Police Force. 

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Hawaii — Continued 
County 0¥ Maui (Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai) 

County Seat: Wailuku 

Chief of Police Geo. F. Larsen, Jr. 

Shcrijf Clement C. Crowell 

Sergeant of Detectives John D. Seabury 

Head, Crime Prevention Div Hiram J. Laa 

Head, Identification Div Henry K. Long, Jr. 

Head, Records Div William A. Akee 

Prosecuting Attorney Elmer R. Bevins 

Probation Officer Mrs. Dora Ross 

79 employees; 28 patrol cars; 1 patrol wagon-ambulance; 2 maintenance cars 

Panama Canal Zone 

Capital: Balboa Heights 

Governor of the Canal Zone Clarence S. Ridley 

Police and Fire Division ^ 

Chief Guy Johannes 

Assistant Chief of Police A. Oren Meyer 

U. S. District Attorney (Ancon, C. Z.) J. J. McGuigan 

219 employees; 7 patrol cars; 13 motorcycles; 2 patrol wagons; 5 launches; 8 horses 

Penal Institutions 
Canal Zone Penitentiary (Gamboa, C. Z.) Guy Johannes, Warden 

Puerto Rico 

Capital: San Juan 
Governor of Puerto Rico Blanton Winship 

Insular Police 

Headquarters: San Juan 

Chief of Insular Police Col. Enrique de Orbeta 

Assistant Chief and Adjutant Capt. Jose Judice 

General Inspector Capt. Miguel Berreteago 

Chief, Bureau of Detectives Tomas J. Llorens 

Coordinating Officer, Federal and Insular Laws Miguel Carreras 

Superintendent, Bur. of Criminal Investigation J. W. Hernandez 

1,136 employees; 26 patrol cars; 55 motorcycles; 4 patrol wagons; 14 horses 

Virgin Islands 

Capital: Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 

Governor of Virgin Islands: St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John. .Lawrence W. Cramer 
Municipality of St. Thomas and St. John 

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 

Director of Police Laurence Ffrench 

Inspector of Police Mark Cruse 

30 employees; 1 station wagon; 1 patrol car 
^ Under direct supervision of Chief of the Police and Fire Division. 

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Virgin Islands THE P OLICE BLUE BOOK 1939-40 

Virgin Islands — Continued 
Municipality of St. Croix 

Christiansted, St. Croix 

Director of Police Douglas S. Armstrong 

Christiansted Division 

District Chief George Ebbesen 

Inspector of Police James Hendricks 

Warden Fritz Henneman 

Frederiksted Division 

District Chief Frank Smith 

Inspector of Police Egbert V. Thomas 

30 employees; 1 truck 



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Dominion of Canada 

Dominion Capital: Ottawa, Ontario 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada Rt. Hon. Ernest Lapointe, P. C. 

Penitentiaries Branch 

Acting Superintendent of Penitentiaries (Ottawa) G. L. Sauvant 

British Columbia Penitentiary 

(New Westminster, B. C.) W. Meighen, Warden 

. . W. H. Craig, Warden 
. . G. T. Goad, Warden 
. .R. M. Allen, Warden 
. . A. H. Campbell, Act'g Warden 



Collin's Bay Penitentiary (Collin's Bay, Ont.) . . 
Dorchester Penitentiary (Dorchester, N. B.) • • • 
Kingston Penitentiary (Kingston City, Ont.) . . . 
Manitoba Penitentiary (Stony Mountain, Man.) 
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 

(St. Vincent de Paul, Que.) Geo. Lebel, Warden 

Saskatchewan Penitentiary (Prince Albert, Sask.) H. W. Cooper, Warden 

Dominion Parole Officer (See Royal Canadian Mounted Police) 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND RESOURCES 

Minister of Mines and Resources Hon. T. A. Crerar 

Bureau of Northwest Territories and Yukon Affairs 

Superintendent, MacKenzie District, N. W. T., and Yukon A. L. Gumming 

Superintendent, Eastern Arctic D. L. McKeand 

Controller of the Yukon (Dawson, Y. T.) G. A. Jeckell 

Agent and Superintendent, Wood Buffalo Park (Ft. Smith, N. W. T.) . .M. Meikle 

National Parks Bureau 
Controller F. H. H. Williamson 

Dominion Forest Service 
Dominion Forester D. Roy Cameron 

Immigration Branch 

Director of Immigration F. C. Blair 

Chief Inspector of Immigration M.J. CuUen 

Atlantic District Superintendent (Ottawa) G. G. Congson 

Eastern District Superintendent (Ottawa) J. S. Fraser 

Western District Superintendent (Winnipeg) C. E. S. Smith 

Pacific District Superintendent (Vancouver) ■ F. W. Taylor 

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THE POLICE 



DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL REVENUE 

Minister of Revenue Hon. J. L. lUsley, K. C. 

Customs-Excise Divisions 

Commissioner of Customs Hugh Day Scully 

Commissioner of Excise David Sim 

Chief Inspector of Customs and Excise J. C. A. Bordeleau 

Customs and Excise Inspectors 



Station 

Belleville, Ont 

Calgary, Alta 

Charlottetown, P. E. 1. 

Halifax, N. S 

Hamilton, Ont 

London, Ont 

Montreal (Dist.), Que. 
Montreal (Dist.), Que. 
Ottawa, Ont 



Inspector 

.H. R. Wilson 

. Herbert Legg 

.F. J. Casey 

.R. H. Pope 

.M. R. Dickinson 
, .A. G. B. Wilson 

. Edward McNally 
. .Ernest Boulais 
fC. E. Lafontaine 
IW. B. Smith 



Station 
Peterborough, Ont. 

Quebec, Que 

Regina, Sask 

St. John, N. B 

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont 
Toronto, Ont 



Vancouver, B. C. 
Winnipeg, Man. . 



Inspector 

T. H. Glover 
H. H. A. Beaulieu 
J. S. Errington 
R. W. Thornton 
A. H. Woods 
[Thomas Clark 

A. L. Graham 

W. G. Paul 

F. M. Burns 

.W. J. Brown 



Preventive Service Branch (See Royal Canadian Mounted Police) 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



Postmaster General 

Chief Superintendent of Postal Service. 

District Directors of Postal Services 



.Hon. K. C. Elliott, K. C, M. P. 
. E. J. Underwood 



City 

Calgary, Alta 

Charlottetown, P. E. I. 

Edmonton, Alta 

Halifax, N. S 

London, Ont 

Montreal, Que 

Moose Jaw, Sask 

North Bay, Ont 



Inspector 

.J. B. Corley 
.A. V. Saunders 
.R. W. Halei 
. Vacancy 
.W.J. May 
.Ludovic Germain 
.W. J. Motherwell 
.J. C. Rossi 



City 

Ottawa, Ont 

Quebec, Que 

St. John, N. B. . . . 
Saskatoon, Sask. . . 

Toronto, Ont 

Vancouver, B. C 
Winnipeg, Man. . . 



Inspector 

. . . . C. C. McGrail 

J. A. Pouliot 

. . . .E. R. Ingraham 
....J. H. Hunter 1 
. . . .A. M. Gibson 
. . . . G. H. Clarke 
. . . .W. F. Lough 



ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE (Ottawa) 

Commissioner S. T. Wood 

Deputy Commissioner T. Dann 

Ass't Commissioner, Administration and Organization C. H. King 

Ass't Commissioner, Director of Crifninal Investigation R. R. Tait 

Ass't Commissioner, Supply J. M. Tapper 

Superintendent, Chief Preventive Officer W. R. Day 

Superintendent, Intelligence Section E. W. Bavin 

Superintendent, Fingerprint Section W. W. Watson 

Superintendent, Adjutant F. A. Blake 

Ticket-of-Leave {Parole) Branch R. de la B. Girouard 

' District Superintendent. 

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Divisions of R. C. M. P. 

Division Title 

Alberta 

Edmonton "K" AssH Commissioner 

Inspector 

Calgary "K" Superintendent 

Lethbridge "K" Inspector 

Peace River "K" Inspector 

British Columbia 

Vancouver "E" AssH Commissioner 

Manitoba 

Winnipeg "D" AssH Commissioner 

Superintendent 

Dauphin "D" Inspector 

Brandon "D" Inspector 

New Brunswick 

Fredericton "J" Superintendent 

Inspector 

Northwest Territory 

Ottawa (Ontario) "G" Superintendent 

Aklavik "G" Inspector 

Fort Smith "G" Inspector 

Nova Scotia 

Halifax "H" AssH Commissioner 

Inspector 

Sydney "H" Inspector 

Yarmouth "H" Inspector 

Prince Edward Island 

Charlottetown "L" Superintendent 

Ontario (South) 
Toronto "0" Superintendent 

Ontario (North) 

Ottawa "A" Superintendent 

RoclicHffe "N" Superintendent 

Quebec 

Montreal "C" Superintendent 

Inspector 
Quebec "C" Inspector 

Saskatchewan 

Regina "Depot" AssH Commissioner 

Dir., Scientif. Lab. 

Regina "F" AssH Commissioner 

Inspector 

North Battleford "F" Inspector 

Prince Albert "F" Sub-Inspector 

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Canada 



Ofliccr 



W. F. W. Hancock 

G. W. Fish 

J. Kelly 

H. Darling 

G. J. M. Curleigh 



C. H. Hill 



R. L. Cadiz 
E. G. Frere 
H. M. Fowell 
A. G. Marsom 



W. V. M. B. Bruce 
J. P. Blakeney 



T. B. Caulkin 
S. Bullard 
R. Bettaney 



F. J. Mead 
J. W. Kempston 
F. T. Evens 
J. M. Mcintosh 



E. C. P. Salt 



V. A. M. Kemp 



T. B. Caulkin 

A. S. Cooper, M. C. 



H. A. R. Gagnon 
J. P. A. Savoie 
J. Brunet 



T. H. Irvine 
Dr. S. M. Powers 
C. D. LaNauze 
F. W. Allan 
F. E. Spriggs 
N. Courtois 



Canada 

Divisions of R. C. M. P. — Continued 
Division Title 

Saskatoon "F" Superintendent 

Swift Current "F" Inspector 

Weyburn "F" Inspector 

Yorkton "F" Inspector 

Yukon 
Dawson "G" Superintendent 



THE POLICE 



Officer 

C. K. Gray 
A. G. Birch 

F. P. Baxter 

G. Binning 



T. V. Sandys- Wunsch 



Alberta 



Capital of Province: Edmonton 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. John Campbell Bowen 

Liquor Control Board (Beaver House), Acting 

Chairman John A. King 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. William Aberhart 



Judicial District 



City 



District Officials 

Sheriff 



Calgary Calgary 

Drumheller Drumheller 

Edmonton Edmonton 

Grande Prairie ^ Grande Prairie 

Hanna Hanna 

Lethbridge Lethbridge 

Macleod Macleod 

Medicine Hat Medicine Hat 

Peace River Peace River 

Red Deer Red Deer 

Vegreville ^ Vegreville 

Wetaskiwin Wetaskiwin 



V. R. Jones 
E. C. Needs 
R. P. Wallace 
R. H. Philip 
A. G. Bond 
J. H. Fooks 
C. W. Mason 
S. A. Wallace 
Mrs. F. E. CarHsle 
Macdonald Millard 
L. R. Jackson 
A. Simpson 



Agent of the Attorney General 

A. L. & E. C. Smith, K. C. 

Edw. H. Read 

John H. McClung 

T. W. Lawlor 

C. A. Coughlin 

A. B. Hogg, K. C. 

J. L. Fawcett, K. C. 

Alex MacGregor 

A. Phimester 

John Quigg 

Guy Patterson 

R. W. Manley, K. C. 



Municipal Chief Constables 



City Chief Constable 

Calgary David Ritchie 

Camrose W. A. Waterton 

Drumheller John Duncan 

Edmonton A. G. Shute 

High River Frederick Robson 

Lacombe S. L. Warrier 

Lethbridge Tom NichoUs 



City Chief Constable 

Macleod H. C. Lewis 

Medicine Hat J. M. Taylor 

Okotoks Robert Stewart 

Red Deer John Spence 

Vegreville William Rodgers 

Vermilion H. C. Oakley 



British Columbia 

Capital of Province: Victoria 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Eric W. Hamber 

Attorney General's Department 

Attorney General Hon. G. S. Wismer, K- C. 

1 Rural districts policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 
^ Sub-district. 

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Canada 



British Columbia — Continued 

BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Commissioner of Provincial Police and Inspector of Jails . . 



T. W. S. Parsons 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 

Chairman 



County Officials 

County City 

Cariboo Prince George 

Nanaimo Nanaimo 

North Kootenay Revelstoke 

Prince Rupert Prince Rupert 

South Kootenay Nelson 

Vancouver Vancouver 

Victoria Victoria 

Westminster No. Westminster 

Yale (Northwest) Kamloops 

Yale (Southeast) Grand Forks 



City 



Municipal Chief Constables 

City 



Chief Constable 
.W. J. Devitt 



. W. F. Kennedy 

Sheriff 

M. C. Wiggins 
R. T. Covenay 
A. R. Rankin 
S. A. Nickerson 
M. E. Harper 
F. A. Keill 
H. W. Goggin 
F. R. Cotton 
Jas. R. CoUey 
Jas. Hird 

Chief Constable 



Burnaby Lake 

Delta Municipality 

Ladner P. O S. Fenton 

Esquimalt H. W. A. Pecknold 

Eraser Mills Walter Cromwell 

Greenwood J- S. Walters 

Kamloops Chas. Anderson 

Langley Municipality 

Murrayville P. O R. Macklin 

Merritt R. Drybrugh 

Mission City J. G. Vosburgh 

Nelson Alex Stewart 

New Westminster Peter Bruce 

Oak Bay John Syme 



Port Haney M. M. MacDonald 

Port Moody Thos. Mackie 

Richmond Municipality 

Brighouse P. O W. A. Johnson 

Saanich Municipality 

Royal Oak P. O Allan Rankin 

Surrey Municipality 

Cloverdale P. O A. D. Matheson 

Tadanac Wm. Campbell 

Trail John Laurie 

Vancouver W. W. Foster 

Victoria J. A. McLellan 

West Vancouver F. W. Squires 



Manitoba ^ 

Capital of Province: Winnipeg 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Wm. Johnston Tupper, K. C. 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. W. J. Major, K. C. 

MANITOBA LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION 

Commissioner . . John Turnbull 

Chief Inspector, Liquor Law Enforcement Matthew Baillie 

Provincial Penal Institutions 

Provincial Jail (Brandon) E. Calder, Jailer 

Provincial Jail (Dauphin) H. V. Smith, Jailer 

Provincial Jail (Portage la Prairie) R. H. Home, Jailer 

Provincial Jail (Winnipeg) Col. Royal Burritt, Jailer 

1 Other cities, districts, and villages are policed by the British Columbia Provincial Police. 

2 Rural districts policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 

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THE POLICE 



Manitoba — Continued 
District Officials 



Judicial District 

Central 

Dauphin 

Eastern 



City 

. Portage la Prairie 

.Dauphin 

. Winnipeg 



Northern 

Northern Manitoba. 

Southern 

Western 



. Minnedosa 
The Pas 
. Morden 
. Brandon 



Sheriff 
R. H. Home 
H. V. Smith 
L. J. Howe 

W. A. Smith 

V. W. Baker 
M. McGregor 



Municipal Chief Constables 



City 

Brandon 

Dauphin 

East Kildonan .... 

Fort Garry 

Neepawa 

Pine Falls 

Portage la Prairie . 

St. Boniface 

St. James-St. Vital. 



Chief Constable 
.H.B.Everett 
. James Anderson 
.Thomas Coley 
. R. J. Schepers 
. Frederick McClain 
. Frederick Mastin 
. H. H. Dickenson 
.J. H. Baudrey 
.W. T. Garths'ide 



City 

Selkirk 

Swan River 

The Pas 

Transcona 

Tuxedo 

Virden 

West Kildonan. . 

Winnipeg 

Winnipeg Beach. 



Crown Attys. 

W.D. Card, K. C. 

C. S. A. Rogers, K. C. 
0. M. M. Kay 

E. J. Heaney 

R. B. Bailie 

Geo. E. Eakins 

D. A. Ross, K. C. 
A. McAulay, K. C. 

R. M. Mat'heson, K. C. 



Chief Constable 
.James Bain 
.J. L. Elliott 
.G. M. Coghill 
.A. Thom 
.P. A. Behr 
. C. G. Kerr 
. Wm. Robertson 
. George Smith 
. F. W. Quinsey 



New Brunswick^ 

Capital of Province: Fredericton 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Murray MacLaren, P. C, C. M. G. 

Liquor Control Board, Commissioner . . . . R. G. Fulton 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. J. B. McNair, K. C. 

County Officials 

County County Seat Sheriff 

Albert Hopewell Cape C. E. Bishop 

Carleton Woodstock A. R. Foster 

Charlotte St. Andrews C. W. Mallory 

Gloucester Bathurst H. A. Melanson 

Kent Richibucto A. E. Bourgeois 

King's Hampton Fred E. Sharpe 

Madawaska Edmundston Alderic LaPointe 

Northumberland Newcastle W\ A. Skidd ^ 

Queen's Gagetown Duncan Estabrooks 

Restigouche Dalhousie J. B. Legere 

St. John St. John H. Colby Smith 

Sunbury Burton N. Budd T)ay 

Victoria Perth F. V. Bishop 

Westmoreland Dorchester J. N. Killam ^ 

York Fredericton C. N. Goodspeed 

^ Rural districts policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 
2 Address: Chatham, N. B. 
^ Address: Moncton, N. B. 

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Canada 



City 

Bathurst . . . 
Campbellton 
Edmundston 
Fredericton. 
Moncton . . . 
Newcastle. . 
Sackville . . . 



New Brunswick — Continued 
Municipal Chief Constables 

Chief Constable Citv 



.L. B. Russell 
.J. Adam 
. F. J. Fournier 
. Nathaniel Jones 
. L. S. Hutchinson 
.Arnold Ferguson 
. C. H. Estabrooks 



St. John. . . . 
St. Leonard. 
St. Stephen. 
Shediac . . . . 

Sussex 

Woodstock . 



Chief Constable 
.E. M. Slader 
.E. F. Soucy 
.E. C. Hill 
.William Gunn 
.W. Asbell 
. B. L. Schriver 



Nova Scotia 

Capital of Province: Halifax 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Robert Irwin 

Nova Scotia Liquor Commission, Chairman Chas. W. Ackhurst 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. Josiah H. McQuarrie, K. C. 

County Officials 

County County Seat 

Annapolis Bridgetown 

Antigonish Antigonish 

Cape Breton Sydney 

Colchester Truro 

Cumberland Amherst 

Digby Digby 

Guysborough Guysborough 

Halifax Halifax 

Hants Windsor 

Inverness Port Hood 

King's Kentville 

Lunenburg Lunenburg 

Pictou Pictou 

Queens Liverpool 

Richmond Arichat 

Shelburne Shelburne 

Victoria Baddeck 

Yarmouth Yarmouth 



Sheriff 

Harry G. Parker 
D. D. Chisholm 
Ronald McVicar 
Isaac 0. McKim 

C. D. Shipley 
H. R. Bishop 
Wiley Smith 
R. A. Brenton 
J. D. Currie 

J. F. MacDonald 
J. W. DeWolfe 
J. H. Creighton 
W. H. Harris 

D. C. Mulhall 
J. H. Poirier 

M. F. Flemming 
L. E. MacDonald 
R. C. Eraser 



Municipal Chief Constables 



City 



Chief Constable 



Amherst H. B. Weatherbee 

Annapolis Royal Frank J. Miller 

Antigonish Colin McLean 

Bridgetown Leo Smith 

Bridgewater J- T. O'Leary 

Canso A. McGillivray 

Dartmouth A. Johnston 

Digby F. J. Thibault 

Dominion Victor Guthro 

Glace Bay Jos. Mclnnis 

Halifax J. J. Conrod 

Inverness Wm. N. McLean 

Kentville John H. Brown 

Liverpool Robert R. White 



City Chief Constable 

Mulgrave Frank Power 

New Glasgow J- M. Caldwell 

New Waterford Daniel Graham 

North Sydney Louis Clark 

Oxford W. W. Thompson 

Parrsboro F. H. Tyrell 

Pictou J. L. McLanders 

Springhill William Mont 

Stellarton Samuel W. Baker 

Sydney W. R. Tracey 

Sydney Mines Vincent Hall 

Truro John Eraser • 

Windsor CM. Spearey 

Yarmouth W. Bain 



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THE POLICE 



Ontario 

Capital of Province: Toronto 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Albert Matthews 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario, Chief Conim'r E. G. Odette 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. Gordon D. Conant, K. C. 



ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Commissioner 



. Major-General V. A. S. Williams, C. M. G. 



CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT 

Acting Chief Inspector A. B. Boyd 

Provincial Penal, Correctional, and Parole Agencies and Institutions 

Ontario Reformatory (Guelph) Dr. J. D. Heaslip, Supt. 

Ontario Reformatory (Mimico) J- R- Elliott, Stipt. 

Andrew Mercer Ontario Reformatory for Females 

(Toronto) Jean Milne, Supt. 

Industrial Farm (Burwash, Sudbury Dist.) H. W. Powell, Supt. 

Industrial Farm (Langstaff) . . . G. H. Basher, Supt. 

Training School for Boys (Bowmanville) A. R. Virgin, Supt. 

Training School for Girls (Gait) Nell Wark, Supt. 

St. John's Industrial School (Toronto) Rev. Brother Stephen, Stipt. 

St. Joseph's Industrial School (Alfred) Rev. Brother Jerome, Supt. 

St. Mary's Industrial School (Toronto) Rev. Mother Superior, Supt. 

Home of the Good Shepherd (Toronto) Rev. Mother Superior, Supt. 

Board of Parole (Toronto) Judge J. F. McKinley, Chairman 

Chief Parole Officer (Toronto) Charles F. Swayze 



County and District Officials 



County and Jud. Dist. County Town 

Algoma Dist Sault Ste. Marie 

Brant Brantford 

Bruce Walkerton 

Carleton Ottawa 

Cochrane Dist Cochrane 

Dufferin Orangeville 

Elgin St. Thomas 

Essex Sandwich 

Frontenac Kingston 

Grey Owen Sound 

Haldimand Cayuga 

Haliburton (See Victoria) 

Halton Milton 

Hastings Belleville 

Huron Goderich 

Kenora Dist Kenora 

Kent Chatham 

Lambton Sarnia 

Lanark Perth 

Leeds & Grenville Brockville 

Lennox & Addington. . . .Napanee 

Lincoln St. Catharines 

Manitoulin Dist Gore Bay 

Middlesex London 



Sheriff 
R. E. Stone 

C. S. Tapscott 

H. A. McGillivray 
S. Crooks 
J. D. MacKay 
T. K. Slack 
I. D. Cameron 
A. A. Marentette 
F. R. M. Davies 
T. J. Rutherford 
R. F. Miller 

W. J. L. Hampshire 
J. D. O'Flynn 
Robt. Johnston 
L. D. McCallum 

E. W. Hardey 
A. J. Johnston 

J. S. L. McNeely 

R. J. Gill 

J. L. Haycock 

F. J. Graves 
W. I. Wagg 

D. A. Graham 

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Crown Attorney 
J. L. O'Flynn, K. C. 
F. E. D. Wallace 
John W. Freeborn 
R. Mercier 
S. A. Caldbick 
R. D. Evans 
E. W. Haines 
J. S. Allan, K. C. 
T. J. Rigney, K. C. 
J. F. P. Birnie 
Harrison Arrell, K. C. 

W. I. Dick, K. C. 
B. C. Donnan, K. C. 

D. E. Holmes 

L. A. McLennan, pro tern 
A. D. Bell (Acting) 
H. M. Taylor 
W. W. Pollock 
H. Atkinson 
K. S. Ham 

E. H. Lancaster, K. C. 
W. F. McRae, K. C. 
N. F. Newton, pro tern 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



Canada 



Ontario — Continued 
County and District Officials — Continued 



County and Jud. Dist. County Town Sheriff 

Muskoka Dist Bracebridge C. S. Salmon 

Nipissing Dist North Bay A. B. Girard 

Norfolk Simcoe W. H. Mason 

Northumberland & 

Durham Cobourg J. T. Field 

Ontario Whitby H. Bascom 

Oxford Woodstock C. E. Sutherland 

Parry Sound Dist Parry Sound J. E. Armstrong 

Peel Brampton F. S. Hutchinson 

Perth Stratford H. D. Lang 

Peterborough Peterborough J. A. Harstone 

Prescott & Russell L'Original A. Landriault 

Prince Edward Picton A. E. Bowerman 

Rainy River Dist Ft. Frances W. P. Pilkey 

Renfrew Pembroke Alex Morris 

Simcoe Barrie E. C. Drury 

Stormont, Dundas, & 

Glengarry Cornwall A. I. Macdonell 

Sudbury Dist Sudbury M. Arthur 

Temiskaming Dist Hailej'bury H. Clifford 

Thunder Bay Dist Port Arthur H. Thompson 

Victoria Lindsay J. Forman 

Waterloo Kitchener G. H. Gillies 

Welland Welland V. L. Davidson 

Wellington Guelph H. C. Waind 

Wentworth Hamilton J. W. Lawrason 

York Toronto W. H. S. Cane 



Municipal Chief Constables 



City 



Chief Constable 



Crown Attorney 
E. W. Clairmont 

E. A. Tilley 

W. E. Kelly, K. C. 

H. R. Deyman 

A. Y. Annis, pro km 

C. McKay 

H. E. Stone 

A. G. Davis, K. C. 

W. E. Goodwin 

V. J. McElderry, K. C. 

C. W. A. Marion 

G. Walrfisley 

N. L. Croome 

H. B. Johnson, K. C. 

F. A. Hammond 

J. G. Harkness, K. C. 
E. D. Wilkins, K. C. 
J. B. Robinson 
W. F. Langworthy, K. C. 
J. E. Anderson, K. C. 
W. P. Clement 
H. W. Macoomb 
J. M. Kearns, K. C. 

G. W. Ballard, K. C. 
H. E. Irwin, K. C. 



Chief Constable 



Acton R. McPherson 

Alexandria M. C. Seger 

Alliston Jos. Stonehouse 

Almonte G. Gilhooly 

Amherstburg J. Taylor 

Ansonville S. Mayer 

Arnprior J. S. Rogers 

Aylmer F. Haight 

Barrie A. Stewart 

Beamsville Omar Crosby 

Belleville Alex Kidd 

Bloomfield Jas. Lovelace 

Bowmanville S. Venton 

Blind River A. Labbe 

Bracebridge Wm. Cudmore 

Brampton A. Herkes 

Brantford H. Stanley 

Bridgeburg H. A. Carter 

Brighton J- M. Spencer 

Bronte L. Patterson 

Brockville W. F. Young 

Burlington Lee Smith 

Cannington Wm. Pearsall 

Capreol G. H. Conron 

Cayuga Samuel Brooks 

Chapleau P. E. Dery 



City 

Chatham C. E. Bagnalle 

Chatsworth Jas. Dudgeon 

Chesley J. Lafferty 

Clinton L. Strong 

Cobalt Percy Miller 

Cobourg Wm. Carey 

Coldwater John Woodrow 

Collingwood Harry Hough 

Coniston John Toohey 

Copper Cliff Jas. Ramesbottom 

Cornwall F. Symour 

Creighton Robert Ready 

Crowland Earl Stauth 

Delhi Ernest Pratt 

Deseronto William Bowen 

Dresden Robt. Blackburn 

Drumbo William Markle 

Dundalk George Rice 

Dundas John Lumsden 

Dunnville John Barry 

Eastview R. Manion 

East York E. G. Old 

Electric William Keller 

Elmira Harry Jarvis 

Espanola M. L. Maroney 

Fenelon Falls A. Mintborne 



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Ontario, Municipal Chief Constables — Continued 



City 



Chief Constable 



City 



Chief Constable 



Fergus Wm. Cowling 

Forest George Karr 

Forest Hill W. A. Fraser 

Fort Erie J. Howie 

Fort William G. E. Watkins 

Gait Robert Carson 

Georgetown W. J. Marshall 

Goderich R. C. Postlethwaite 

Grananoque R. Morrison 

Gravenhurst Geo. Pinkerton 

Grimsby A. DeMills 

Guelph H. Nash 

Haileybury W. MacGirr 

Hamilton Thomas Brown 

Hanover William Beamish 

Harrow O. Sanford 

Havelock C. F. Roberts 

Hespeler T. Wilson 

Huntsville William Carson 

IngersoU A. Callander 

Iroquois Neil Curley 

Kemptville G. Ault 

Kenora A. Gordon 

Kincardine R. C. MacKenzie 

Kingston R. J. Robinson 

Kingsville J. Babcock 

Kirkland Lake William Shane 

Kitchener William Hodgson 

Lakefield Robert Webster 

Leamington J. LaMarsh 

Leaside A. Bruce 

Lindsay R. Lawler 

Listowel C. F. Rocher 

London W. H. Dow'n 

Long Branch Robert Smythe 

Mattawa AL Turcotte 

Meaford R. Purvis 

Merritton S. Moffatt 

Midland W. S. MacDonald 

Milverton W. R. Schauber 

Mimico F. H. Herman 

Napanee E. Watts 

New Toronto H. Padgett 

Niagara Falls M. Tisdale 

North Bay W.J. Clark 

North York R. D. Riseborough 

Norwood I. Puffer 

Ottawa J. P. Downey 

Oakville., D. Kerr 

Orangeville A. McNeil 

OriUa W. G. Carson 

Oshawa Owen D. Friend 

Owen Sound T. H. Carson 

Paris T. Bean 

Parkhill A. Campbell 

Parry Sound William Pr ingle 

^ York County Police. 



Pembroke R. W. Hauck 

Pennetang Henry Hamelin 

Perth Chas. Donovan 

Peterborough S. Newhall 

Petrolia Geo. Fowler 

Picton Bert Bidden 

Point Edward G. Hummell 

Prescott T. Mills 

Preston C.N. Bogle 

Port Arthur G. Taylor 

Port Colborne Fred Davies 

Port Dalhousie E. Heckadon 

Port Hope T. Murphy 

Port McNichol James Young 

Port Perry J. R. St. John 

Renfrew Moses Greer 

Ridgetown C. Tye 

Riverside D. Mahoney 

St. Catharines William Shennan 

St. Marys John McArthur 

St. Thomas M. Ketchabaw 

Sandwich J. A. D. Proctor 

Sarnia W. J. Lannin 

Sault Ste. Marie Geo. Harbottle 

Scarboro Thos. Draycott 

Schreiber John Handel 

Simcoe George Ashby 

Sioux Lookout J. O'Brien 

South Porcupine Chas. Mclnnis 

Stratford R. J. Beatty 

Strathroy A. Wilson 

Sudbury L. S. Evans 

Tecumseh J. Desjardines 

Thessalon J. C. Purdv 

Thorold D. T. Boyd 

Tilbury J. LaBonde 

Tillsonburg J. Phillion 

Timmins L. H. Gagnon 

Toronto D. C. Draper 

Trenton William Bain 

Tweed J. Hayes 

Uxbridge W. A. Vasey 

Wallaceburg Chas. Warwick 

Watford R. Gilling 

Webwood W. F. Clark 

W^elland A. Davies 

Westboro W. Hamilton 

Weston J. E. Holley 

Whitby H. Quantrill 

Wiarton E. Fitter 

Windsor C. Renaud 

Wingham George Allen 

Woodbridge T. Rowntree 

Woodstock A. T. Moore 

York 1 R. A. Alexander 



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Prince Edward Island 

Capital of Province: Charlottetown 

Lieutenant-Governor Colonel The Hon. Geo. Desbrissay De Blois 

Attorney and Advocate General Hon. Thane A. Campbell, K. C. 

County Officials 

County County Town High Sheriff 

Kings Georgetown C. Milton Waye 

rrince Alberton J. F. K. Wright 

Queens Charlottetown John Mcladyen 

Municipal Chief Constables 

City Chief Constable 

Alberton George W. OHver 

Charlottetown A. Birtwhistle 

Summerside Peter White 

Quebec 

Capital of Province: Quebec 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. E. L. Patenaude, P. C, K. C. 

Quebec Liquor Commission, General Manager. .J. A. Savoie (Montreal) 

Attorney General's Department 

Attorney General Hon. Maurice L. Duplessis, K. C. 

Inspectors of Prisons fM. L. Peloquin 

iDr. C. A. Bernard 

QUEBEC PROVINCIAL POLICE 

Commissioner (Montreal) Lt.-Col. P. A. Piuze 

Assistant Commissioner (Quebec) Lt.-Col. Leon Lambert 

District Officials 

District City Sheriff 

Abitibi Amos Antonio Bourbeau 

Arthabaska Arthabaska Maurice ISIaheux 

Beauce St. Joseph Beauce Xavier Beaudom 

Beauharnois Valleyfield J. B. DeRepentigny 

Bedford Sweetsburg W. Frederic Kay 

Chicoutimi Chicoutimi R. Delisle 

Gaspe-Perce Perce J. T. Tuzo 

Gaspe-Bonaventure New Carlisle E. W . Sheppard 

Hull Hull Isidore St. Pierre 

Iberville St. Jean A. Forget 

Joliette Joliette Joseph Sylvestre 

Kamouraska Riviere du Loup E. A. Daucet 

Montcalm Mt. Laurier Bondreault & Lafontaine 

Montreal Montreal J- Lamarche 

Nicolet Nicolet Raoul Dubuc 

Pontiac Campbell's Bay Charles Belec 

Quebec Quebec L. Lapierre 

Richelieu Sorel R- Paquin 

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Quebec, District Officials— Continued 
District City 

Rimouski Rimouski 

Roberval Roberval 

St. Francois Sherbrooke 

St. Hyacinthe St. Hvacinthe 

Saguenay La Malbaie 

Terrebonne St. Jerome 

Three Rivers Three Rivers 



Sheriff 

Charles Garon 
James Harvey 
J. P. C. Lemieux 
O. Auclair 
Boris Maltais 
Ed Scully 
L. P. Mercier 



Municipal 

City Chief of Police 

Amos D. Jobidon 

Asbestos J. E. Martel 

Aylmer D. Dumoulin 

Bagotville J. Lapointe 

Bedford W. Falcon 

Chambley Basin R. Perreault 

Charlbourg J. Boucher 

Dolbeau T. L. Bouchard 

Dorval J. D. Boyer^ 

Drummondville T. Moquin 

Duparquet F. R. Brown i 

Granby J. LaPierre ^ 

Grand-Mere C. Hallee 

Hull A. Maranger 

Iberville E. Chicoine 

Joliette V. Simard 

Kenogami R. Belanger 

Lachine G. Durocher 

Laval sur le Lac N. Fournier 

Levis P. A. Guay 

Longeuil J. Legault 

Montreal F. Dufresne ^ 

Montreal North T. H. Bonneville 

Montreal West H. Hunter 

Montreal East A. Meunier 

Montmagny A. E. Letourneau 

Mount Royal G. Elliott 

Napierville J. B. Carignan 

Noranda W. Perreault 



Chiefs of Police 

City Chief Constable 

Outremont Romeo Dulude 

Pierreville O. Salvas 

Pointe aux Trembles. . . .H. Cyr 

Pointe Claire E. Paiement 

Quebec A. Bigaouette 

Richmond H. R. Proulx 

Riviere du Loup E. Grandmaison 

Rouyn E. Desgrosseillers 

St. Anne de Bellevue. . . . E. Lepine 
St. Gabriel de Brandon. .A. Roch 

St. Hyacinthe A. Bourgeois 

St. Jerome R. Latour 

St. Johns J. Morin 

St. Joseph d'Alma J. H. Barette 

St. Lambert S. Young 

St. Laurent R. Lecavalier 

Senneville J. Howe 

Shawinigan Falls J. N. Longval 

Temiskaming H. A. Leblanc 

Terrebonne H. Doyle 

Thetford Mines E. Lamond 

Three Rivers A. Bellemare 

Valleyfield O. Claude 

Verdun A. Dubeau ^ 

Ville LaSalle W. Larente 

Ville La Tuque J. A. Tanguay 

Ville St. Pierre J. Brossoit 

Westmount W. W. Gough 



Saskatchewan ^ 

Capital of Province: Regina 

Lieutenant-Governor The Hon. Archibald Peter McNab 

Saskatchewan Liquor Control Board, Chairman N. B. Williams 

Attorney General's Department 
Attorney General Hon. T. C. Davis, K. C. 

Provincial Penal Institutions 

Moosomin Jail (Moosomin) A. D. Sharp, Warden 

Prince Albert Jail (Prince Albert) P. A. Forsyth, Warden 

^ Chief Constable. 

^ Director of Police. 

3 Rural districts policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 

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Canada 



Saskatchewan — Continued 

Regina Jail (Regina) T. Hayes, Warden 

Battleford Women's Jail (Battleford) Miss E. Macintosh, Warden 



District City 

Areola Areola 

Assiniboia Assiniboia 

Battleford Battleford 

Estevan Estevan 

Gravelbourg Gravelbourg 

Humboldt Humboldt 

Kerrobert Kerrobert 

Kinderslev Kindersley 

Melfort. .' Melfort 

Melville Melville 

JNIoose Jaw Moose Jaw 

Moosomin Moosomin 

Prince Albert Prince Albert 

Regina Regina 

Saskatoon Saskatoon 

Shaunavon Shaunavon 

Swift Current Swift Current 

Wevburn Weyburn 

Wilkie Wilkie 

Wynyard Wynyard 

Yorkton Yorkton 



District Officials 

SherilT 

W. L. Cornell 
W. J. Butler 
G. Cockburn 
W. T. Moore 
W. Colpron 
H. J. Gumming 
James E. Rodney 
W. R. Gordon 
D. J. McCarthy 
J. Watson 
A. P. Atkins 
R. A. Magee 

A. J. E. Hansen 
M. B. Wilkinson 

B. P. Bovce 
W. J. Smith 
T. C. Hill 
W. J. JoUv 

C. H. Irvine 
F. A. Hulks 
A. V. Quinn 



Agents of the Atty. General 
W. G. E. Campbell 
R. J. Hawthorne, K. C. 
W. L. Klink, K. C. 
J. H. McFadden, K. C. 
E. G. Jones 
Adrien Doiron, K. C. 
E. B. Hutcherson, K. C. 
G. E. Kinsman, K. C. 
J. N. Gale 
L. T. McKim 
W. M. Rose, K. C. 
H. H. TowiU 
G. M. Salter, K. C. 
H. E. Sampson, K. C. 
R. F. Hogarth, K. C. 
H. M. Underbill, K. C. 
R. T. Graham, K. C. 
O. S. Black, K. C. 
R. E. Nav, K. C. 
H. A. Whitman, K. C. 
W. M. Graham, K. C. 



Municipal Chief Constables 



City 
Assiniboia 
Biggar 



Chief Constable 

B. J. McElgunn 

R. E. Brown 

Estevan A. W. Mackay 

Kindersley F. A. Munroe 

Melfort H. Harrison 

Moose Jaw Alex Calder 

North Battleford Thomas Davidson 

Prince Albert F. Lesley 

Regina Martin Bruton 



City Chief Constable 

Saskatoon G. M. Donald 

Shaunavon J. M. Ross 

South Battleford F. Whiteford 

Swift Current R. M. Walker 

Watrous B. Steward 

Weyburn A. McCutcheon 

Wilkie Harry Gray 

Yorkton H. L. Fenson 



Yukon Territory^ 

Capital of Territory: Dawson 

Comptroller {Chief Executive) G. A. Jeckell 

Justice Department 

Sherif (See also Royal Canadian Mounted Police) T. V. Sandys- Wunsch 

Public Administrator C. E. McLeod, K. C. 

1 Policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police and administered by Dominion Department of Mines 
and Resources, Ottawa. 

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Northwest Territories^ 

Seat of Government: Ottawa, Ont. 

Dominion Officials 

Commissioner, Territorial Council (Ottawa) Charles Camsell C M G 

Sheriff (Fort Smith, N. W. T.) Mackay Meikle' 

Pubhc Administrator, Mackenzie District (Edmonton, Alta.) . . H. Milton Martin 
Public Administrator , Franklin b" Keewacin Dists. (Ottawa). .W. M. Cory 

1 Policed by Royal Canadian Mounted Police and administered by Dominion Department of Mines 
and Resources, Ottawa. 



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other Foreign Countries 



AFGHANISTAN 

Capital: Kandahar 

Chief Superintendent of Police Kandahar 

Supt. of Police Badasham Supt. of Police Mazar 

Siipt. of Police Herat Supt. of Police Quadaghan 

Supt. of Police Jalabad 



ARABIA 

Capital: Mecca 

Division City 

Asir Sabai 

Hedjas and Nejd Mecca 

Jebel Shammar Hail 

Kovveit Koweit 

Nejd and Hasa Riyadh 



Official 

The Emir 
Director of Police 
The Emir 
Amir al Sooq 
The Emir 



ARGENTINA 

Capital: Buenos Aires 

Jefe de Policia Buenos Aires 



BELGIUM 

Capital: Brussels 
M. le Directeur de la Surete Generale, Ministere de la Justice. 



Brussels 



BOLIVIA 

Capital: Sucre 

Jefe de Policia de Segiiridad Sucre 

Jefe de la Policia Cochabamba 

Jefe de la Policia Farifa 

Jefe de la Policia La Paz 

Jefe de la Policia Oruro 



Jefe de la Policia Potosi 

Jefe de la Policia Santa Cruz 

Jefe de la Policia Trinidad-Beni 



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Brazil-British Empire THE POLICE 

BRAZIL 

Capital: Rio de Janeiro 

(Republic composed of 21 federal states, each having an independent police force.) 

Address Jeje de Policia, District Federal, in the following states: 

Alagoas Maranhao Piauhy 

Arnazonas Matto Grosso Rio 

Bahia Minas Geraes Rio Grande do Norte 

Ceara Para Rio Grande do Sul 

Espirito Santo Parahyba Santa Catharina 

Estado do Reio de Janeiro Parana San Paulo 

Goyaz Pernambuco Sergipe 



BRITISH EMPIRE 

UNITED KINGDOM 

Capital: London 

Home Office 

Whitehall, S. W. 1, London 

Secretary of State The Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel J. G. Hoare, Bt., G.C. 

S.I., G.B.E., C.M.G., M.P. 
Chief Inspector, Immigration Branch . F. J. Ralfe 
Chief Inspector, Dangerous Drugs 

Act Major W. H. Coles, D.S.O. 

[Lt.-Col. F. Brooke, D.S.O., M.C. 

Inspectors of Constabulary Col. J. d'E. F. Coke, C.M.G., C.V.O., C.B.E. 

[Lt.-Col. G. H. R. Halland, CLE., O.B.E. 

Scottish Office 

Dover House, Whitehall, S. W. 1, London 

28 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland 

Secretary of State The Rt. Hon. John Colville, M.P. 

Solicitor General J. Scott Cumberland Reid, K.C., M.P. 

Inspector of Constabulary Brig.-Gen. R. M. Dudgeon, D.S.O., M.C. 

Prison Commission 

Home Office, Whitehall, S. W. 1, London 
Chairman, Prison Commissioners and 

Directors of Convict Prisons H. R. Scott, C.B. 

Prison Commissioners and Directors of 

Convict Prisons /A. Paterson, M.C. 

\J. C. W. Methuen, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 

Convict Prisons 

Aylesbury (Females) (Aylesbury, Buckingham) Miss M. Mellanby, Governor 

Chelmsford (Chelmsford, Essex) S. T. E. P. Ennion, Governor 

Dartmoor (Dartmoor, Devonshire) Major C. Pannall, Governor 

Holloway (Holloway, Middlesex) J. C. M. Matheson, Governor 

Maidstone (Maidstone, Kent) A. E. Scott, Governor 

Parkhurst (Isle of Wight) F. A. P. Foster, Governor 

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United Kingdom, Prison Commission — Continued 

Local Prisons 

ENGLAND 

Bedford, Bedfordshire Capt. H. V. J. Hill, Governor 

Birmingham, Warwickshire H. Collinson, Governor 

Bristol, Gloucestershire F. W. Gwilliam, Governor 

Brixton, Surrey E. G. Humphrey, Governor 

Dorchester, Dorsetshire Major R. O. Bridgeman, Governor 

Durham, Durham Major B. D. Grew, Governor 

Exeter, Devonshire Commander A. L. Sanders, Governor 

Gloucester, Gloucestershire Capt. H. G. H. Evered, Governor 

HoUoway, Middlesex J. C. M. Matheson, Governor 

Hull, Yorkshire Capt. J. Brown, Governor 

Leeds, Yorkshire H. Whyte, Governor 

Leicester, Leicestershire A. C. W. Richards, Governor 

Lewes, Sussex Major F. L. R. Munn, Governor 

Lincoln, Lincolnshire \V. Foster, Governor 

Liverpool, Lancashire Major A. C. H. Benke, Governor 

Manchester, Lancashire L. C. Ball, Governor 

Norwich, Norfolk P. G. Stevens, Governor 

Oxford, Oxfordshire Lt.-Col. D. N. \'enables. Governor 

Pentonville, Middlesex Capt. F. H. L. Stevenson, Governor 

Portsmouth, Hampshire Commander R. ]\L Tabuteau, Governor 

Shrewsbury, Shropshire G. W. Stamp, Governor 

Wakefield, Yorkshire W. Smith, Governor 

Wandsworth, Surrey Capt. R. C. Williams, Governor 

Winchester, Hampshire Major B. S. K. Guise-Moores, Governor 

Wormwood Scrubs W, Young, Governor 

WALES 

Cardiff, Glamorganshire G. Hair, Governor 

Swansea, Glamorganshire Major G. B. Harvey, Governor 

Borstal Institutions 

Aylesbury for Females, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire Miss M. Mellany, Governor 

Borstal, Rochester, Kent F. C. Ransley, Governor 

Camp Hill, Isle of Wight R. F. Owens, Governor 

Feltham, Middlesex H. J. Taylor, Governor 

Hollesley Bay Colony, HoUesley, Woodbridge, Suffolk C. A. Joyce, Governor 

Lowdham Grange, Nottinghamshire C. T. Cape, Governor 

North Sea Camp, Freiston near Boston, Lincolnshire W. W. Llewellin, Governor 

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire P. A. Marriott, Governor 

Portland, Dorsetshire J. L. S. Mdler, Governor 

Wandsworth, Surrey Capt. R. C. Williams, Governor 

Prisons Department for Scotland 

11 Rutland Square, Edinburgh 

Secretary Lt.-Col. \V. Leith-Ross 

Inspector Major A. G. Duncan 

Aberdeen W^. A. Chisholm, Governor 

Dumfries Capt. M. P. Lothian, Governor 

Edinburgh Capt. M. J. Murray, Governor 

Glasgow (Barlinnie) W. Finlayson, Governor 

Greenock J. G. Monteath, Governor 

Inverness Vivian Guy, Governor 

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United Kingdom, Prisons Department for Scotland — Continued 

Kirkwall Robert I. Robertson, Governor 

Lerwick C. E. Shillington, Governor 

Perth J- P- Mayo, Governor 

Peterhead Capt. J. I. Buchan, Governor 

Polmont Institution Peter Wallace, Governor 

County Chief Constables 



ENGLAND 

County Headquarters 

Bedfordshire Bedford 

Berkshire Reading 

Buckinghamshire Aylesbury 

Cambridgeshire Cambridge 

Chestershire Chester 

Cornwall Bodmin 

Cumberland Penrith 

Derbyshire Derby 

Devonshire Exeter 

Dorsetshire Dorchester 

Durham Durham 

Essex Chelmsford 

Gloucestershire Cheltenham 

Hampshire Winchester 

Herefordshire Hereford 

Hertfordshire Hatfield 

Huntingdonshire Huntingdon 

Isle of Ely Cambridge 

Isle of Wight Newport 

Kent Maidstone 

Lancashire Preston 

Leicestershire Leicester 

Liberty of Peterborough Northampton 

Lincolnshire Lincoln 

Middlesex London, New Scotland 

Yard, S. W. 1 

Monmouthshire Abergavanny 

Norfolk Norwich 

Northamptonshire Northampton 

Northumberland Morpeth 

Nottinghamshire Nottingham 

Oxfordshire Oxford 

Rutland Oakham 

Shropshire Shrewsbury 

Somersetshire Taunton 

Staffordshire Stafford 

Sufifolk, East Ipswich 

Suffolk, West Bury-St.-Edmunds 

Surrey Guildford 

Sussex, East Lewes 

Sussex, West Chichester 

Warwickshire Warwick 

Westmorland Westmorland 

Wiltshire Devizes 

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Chief Constable 
Lt.-Col. Sir F. A. Stevens 
Commander Humphry Legge 
Col. T. R. P. Warren 
William Winter 
Major Jack Becke 
Major E. Hare 
P. T. B. Browne 
Major F. R. Anley 
Major L. H. Morris 
Major L. W. Peel Yates 
Sir George Morley 
Capt. F. R. J. Peel 
Col. W. F. Henn 
Major E. R. Cockburn 
Freeman Newton 
George T. Knight 
Capt. J. C. T. Rivett-Carnac 
Capt. J. Rivett-Carnac 
Roy G. B. Spicer 
Major H. E. Chapman 
Capt. A. F. Hordern 
Capt. C. E. Lynch-Bloss 
Thomas Danphy 
R. H. Fooks 
Sir Philip Game 
Col. Maurice Drummond 
Sir Norman Kendal 
G. Abiss 
H. Alker Tripp 
[Lt.-Col. J. F. C. Carter 
Major W. R. Lucas 
Capt. S. H. Van Neck 
Angus A. Ferguson 
Henry Studdy 
Lt.-Col. F. J. Lemon 
Capt. E. K. Arbuthnot 
Wm. Stanley Flower 
Major H. A. Golden 
Lt.-Col. H. C. Metcalfe 
Lt.-Col. H. P. Hunter 
George S. Staunton 
Capt. D. C. Robertson 
Major G. Nicholson 
R. Breffit 
R. P. Wilson 

Commander E. R. B. Kemble 
Philip T. B. Browne 
Lt.-Col. Hoel Llewellyn 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 Britis h Empire 

United Kingdom, County Chief Constables— Continued 

ENGLAND 

County Headquarters Chief Constable 

Worcestershire Worcester Capt. J. E. Lloyd-Williams 

York, East Riding Beverley Richard Dornay 

York, North Riding Northallerton Lt.-Col. J. C. Chaytor 

York, West Riding Wakefield Campbell Vaughan 

WALES 

Anglesey Holyhead R. H. Prothero 

Breconshire Brecon Lt.-Col. C. G. Cole-Hamilton 

Caernarvonshire Caernarvon Edward Williams 

Cardiganshire Aberystwyth Steven Jones 

Carmarthenshire Llandilo W. P. Phillipps 

Denbighshire Wrexham Geo. T. Guest 

Flintshire Mold R. Yarnell Davies 

Glamorganshire Cardiff Joseph Jones 

Merionethshire Dolgelley Richard Jones 

Montgomeryshire Newton Capt. H. C. Lloyd 

Pembrokeshire Haverfordwest Capt. A. T. Evans 

Radnorshire Llandrinodod Wells A. S. Michael 

SCOTLAND 

County Headquarters Chief Constable 

Aberdeenshire Aberdeen John Gauld 

Angus Forfar David C. Christie 

Argyllshire Lochgilphead Donald A. Ross 

Ayrshire Ayr Capt. H. F. M. Munro 

Banffshire Banff George L Strath 

Berwickshire Duns David W. S. Brown 

Buteshire Rothesay John Robertson 

Caithness-shire Wick W. K. Cormack 

Clackmannanshire Alloa David Robertson 

Dunbartonshire Dunbarton A. J. Mcintosh 

Dumfriesshire Dumfries William Black 

East Lothian Haddington Major S. W. Douglas 

Fife Cupar Victor G. Savi 

Inverness-shire Inverness William Eraser 

Isle of Man Douglas Major J. W. Young 

Kincardineshire Stonehaven Robert Mitchell 

Kinross-shire Perth Alex C. Sim 

Kirkcudbright Kirkcudbright A. Donald 

Lanarkshire Hamilton A. N. Keith 

Midlothian Edinburgh Major S. W. Douglas 

Moray and Nairn Elgin William Stewart 

Orkney Kirkwall Wilson Colin Campbell 

Peeblesshire Peebles Major S. W. Douglas 

Perthshire Perth Alex C. Sim 

Renfrewshire Paisley John Robertson 

Ross and Cromarty Dingwall William Maclean 

Roxburghshire Jedburgh David W. S. Brown 

Selkirkshire Galashiels W. S. Brown 

Shetland Lerwick Gifford Gray 

Stirlingshire Stirling William Whyte 

Sutherlandshire Dornoch Douglas G. Ross 

West Lothian Linlithgow Major S. W. Douglas 

Wigtownshire Stranraer Alexander Donald 

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British Em pire THE P OLICE 

United Kingdom — Continued 
Metropolitan Police District 

New Scotland Yard, S. W. 1, London 

(The Metropolitan Police District includes the Administrative Counties of London and 
Middlesex and parts of the Counties of Surrey, Kent, Essex, and Hertford.) 

Commissioner of Police Sir Philip Game, G.C.V.O., G.B.E., 

K.C.B., K.C.M.G. 

Commandant, Metropolitan Police College Major J. F. Ferguson 

Director, Metropolitan Police Laboratory 

(Hendon) J- Davidson 

Chief Constable Sir Francis Grifhth, C.S.I., O.B.E. 

Chief Constable, Administration F. Sutton 

Chief Constable, Criminal Investigation Dept J. E. Horwell, O.B.E. 

Chief Constable, Special Branch A. Canning, O.B.E. 

Chief Constable, Organization /Capt. J. M. Ryner- Jones, M.C., R.C. 

\R. C. Hannaford 

Chief Constable, Air Raid Prevention H. Dalton, M.B.E. 

Superintendent, Criminal Investigation Dept A. Bell 

Superintendent, Criminal Record Office C. E. Campion 

Superintendent, Special Branch A. G. Foster 

Superintendent, Transport R. P. Minchin 

Superintendent, Traffic and P^iblic Carriage Office. .H. C. Hill 

Superintendent, Air Raid Prevention H. Dalton, M.B.E. 

Superintendent of Women Police Miss D. Peto, M.B.E. 

Chief Constables of Cities and Boroughs 

ENGLAND 

City County Chief Constable 

Accrington Lancaster Chas. H. Walters 

Ashton-under-Lyne Lancaster Henry Diston 

gacup Lancaster ' Robert Wm. Priest 

Bransley York, West Riding G. H. Butler 

Barrow-in-Furness Lancaster John Berry 

Bath Somerset H. P. Hind 

Bedford Bedford E. Nugent Christie 

Birkenhead Chester Capt. A. C. Dawson 

Birmingham Warwick Cecil C. H. Moriarty 

Blackburn Lancaster C. G. Looms 

Blackpool Lancaster Ernest H. Holmes 

Bolton Lancaster W. J. Howard 

Bootle Lancaster T. Bell 

Boston Lincoln Leonard Johnson 

Bradford York, West Riding Thomas Rawson 

Bridgwater Somerset Frederick W. Pearce 

Brighton Sussex Capt. W. J. Hutchinson 

Bristol Gloucester Charles G. Maby 

Burnley. ._. Lancaster A. E. Edwards 

Cambridge Cambridge Robert John Pearson 

Canterbury Kent George Thomas Hall 

Carlisle . . ' Cumberland Wm. H. Lakeman 

Chepping (High Wycombe) Buckingham W. T. Jones 

Chester Chester R. W. James 

Chesterfield Derby Thomas Wells 

Clitheroe Lancaster F. K. Exelby 

Colchester Essex Lt.-Col. H. C. Stockwell 

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United Kingdom, Chief Constables of Cities and Boroughs— Continued 

ENGLAND 

^'^^y County Chief Constable 

Congleton Chester R. W. James 

Coventry Warwick Stanley A. Hector 

Derby Derby Capt. II. Rawlings 

Dewsbury York, West Riding F. E. Pritchard 

Doncaster York James Clayton 

Dover Kent Marshall II. Bolt 

Dudley Worcester Jas. Niven Campbell 

Eastbourne Sussex, East Wm. 11. Smith 

Exeter Devon Frederick T. Tarry 

Folkestone Kent Alfred S. Beesley 

Gateshead Durham Edward Bainbridge 

Glossop Derby R. C. Greensmith 

Grantham Lincoln W. Weatherhogg 

Gravesend Kent Keith Webster 

Great Grimsby Lincoln Chas. Ernest Butler 

Great Yarmouth Norfolk Ben W. Smith 

Guildford Surrey W. Oliver 

Halifax York, West Riding A. H. Richardson 

Hartlepool Durham J. W. Barnett 

Hastings Sussex Joseph Bell 

Hereford Hereford Freeman Newton 

Hove Sussex William C. Hillier 

Huddersfield York, West Riding H. C. Allen 

Hyde Chester W. H. Smith 

Ipswich Suffolk C. J. Cresswell 

Kendal. Westmorland Patrick O'Neill 

Kidderminster Worcester H. Hodgkinson 

King's Lynn Norfolk H. Wm. Young 

Kingston-upon-Hull York, East Riding Thomas Howden 

Lancaster Lancaster W. Thompson 

Leamington Warwick 

Leeds York, West Riding F. Swaby 

Leicester Leicester Oswald J. B. Cole 

Lincoln Lincoln William S. Hughes 

Liverpool Lancaster A. K. Wilson 

London i Middlesex Lt.-Col. Sir Hugh Turnbull 

Luton Bedford George Edward Scott 

Macclesfield Chester Henry Sheasby 

Maidstone Kent H. J. Vann 

Manchester Lancaster John Maxwell 

Margate Kent William Palmer 

Middlesbrough York, North Riding 

Newark Nottingham Harry Barnes 

Newcastle-on-Tyne Northumberland F. J. Crawley 

Newcastle-under-Lyme Stafford Wesley Bate 

Newport Monmouth W. H. Robinson 

Northampton Northampton J. Williamson 

Nottingham Nottingham Capt. A. Popkess 

Norwich Norfolk J. H. Dain 

Oldham Lancaster Arthur K. Mayall 

Oxford Oxford Chas. Richard Fox 

Penzance Cornwall R. C. M. Jenkins 

Peterborough Northampton Thos. Daiiby 

Plymouth Devon G. S. Lowe 

Portsmouth Hampshire Thomas Davies 

^ See also Metropolitan Police District, page 234. 

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United Kingdom, Chief Constables of Cities and Boroughs — Continued 

ENGLAND 

City County Chief Constable 

Preston Lancaster Henry Garth 

Ramsgate Kent S. F. Butler 

Reading Berkshire Thos. A. Barrows 

Reigate Surrey W. H. Beacher 

Rochdale Lancaster Henry Howarth 

Rochester Kent Commander W. J. A. Willis 

Rotherham York, West Riding R. Hall 

Salford Lancaster Major C. V. Godfrey 

Salisbury Wiltshire Robert F. Nixon 

Scarborough York, North Riding Walter Abbott 

Sheffield York, West Riding Major F. S. James 

Shrewsbury Shropshire F. Davies 

Southampton Hampshire John T. McCormac 

Southend-on-Sea Essex G. R. Crockford 

Southport Lancaster Major M. J. Egan 

South Shields Durham A. D. Wilson 

Stalvbridge Cheshire S. Pickering 

St. Albans Hertford H. W. Thorpe 

St. Helens Lancaster A. R. EUerington 

Stockport Chester G. W. Robotham 

Stoke-on-Trent Stafford Frank L. Bunn 

Sunderland Durham George Henry Cook 

Tiverton Devon B. Merv>-n Beynon 

Tunbridge Wells Kent Guy Carlton 

Tyne River Northumberland D. Atkinson 

Tynemouth Northumberland T. Blackburn 

Wakefield York, West Riding R. Yelloly 

Wallasey Chester John Ormerod 

Walsall Stafford T. Mark Watson 

Warrington Lancaster Francis Summers 

Wigan Lancaster Thomas Pey 

Winchester Hampshire Wm. G. Stratton 

Windsor Berkshire James T. Carter 

Wolverhampton Stafford Edwin Tilley 

Worcester Worcester E. W. Tinkler 

York York Harry H. Herman 

WALES 

City County Chief Constable 

Cardiff Glamorgan J. A. Wilson 

Carmarthen Carmarthen W. H. Evans 

Merthyr Tydfil Glamorgan T. A. Goodwin 

Neath Glamorgan Percy D. Keep 

Swansea Glamorgan F. J. May 

SCOTLAND 

Citv County Chief Constable 

Aberdeen Aberdeen James McConnach 

Airdrie. . . 7 Lanark James Turner 

Arbroath Angus J. Macdonald 

^yj. Ayr James Lowdon 

Coatbridge Lanark D. M. McLauchlan 

Dumbarton Dumbarton William Eraser 

Dundee Angus Joseph Neilans 

Dunfermline Fife Robert Stronach 

Edinburgh Midlothian William B. R. Morren 

Glasgow Lanark Capt. P. J. Sillitoe 

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British Empire 



United Kingdom, Chief Constables of Cities and Boroughs — Continued 

SCOTLAND 

City County Chief Constable 

Greenock Renfrew James Christie 

Hamilton Lanark Thos. G. Smith 

Inverness Inverness Alexander Neville 

Kilmarnock Ayr Charles Roy 

Kirkcaldy Fife David Baldie 

Lerwick Shetland J. McWilliam 

Motherwell and Wishaw Lanark (Jeorge Lamont 

Paisley Renfrew J. H. Goudie 

Perth. Perth Charles Stephen 

NORTHERN IRELAND 
Royal Ulster Constabulary 

Atlantic Buildings, Waring Street, Belfast 

Inspector General Lt.-Col. Sir Chas. G. Wickham 

[Major C. F. F. Davies, O.B.E. 

County Inspectors ] E. Gilfillan, M.B.E. 

[H. Connor, O.B.E. 

County Chief Constables 

County City Chief Constable 

Antrim Lisburn Capt. C. O'Beirne 

Armagh Armagh City J. C. Dudgeon 

Down Downpatrick Capt. J. M. Regan 

Fermanagh Enniskillen D. C. B. Jennings 

Londonderry Londonderry . H. B. Lenthall 

Tyrone Omagh R. R. Spears 

Chief Constables of Cities 

City County Chief Constable 

Belfast (Independent city) R. H. Harrisson (Comm'i) 

Londonderry Londonderry H. B. W. B. Lenthall 



DOMINIONS, COLONIES, DEPENDENCIES, AND MANDATED 
TERRITORIES OF GREAT BRITAIN 

Africa 

City Official 

Anglo Egyptian Sudan Khartoum Civil Secretary 

Basutoland Maseru Inspector of Police 

Bechuanaland Mafeking Commandant 

Africa, East 

City Official 

Kenya Nairobi Commissioner 

Mauritius with Rodrigues Port Louis Inspector General 

Nyasaland Zomba Chief Commissioner 

Rhodesia, Northern Livingstone Commandant, Chief Covim'r 

Rhodesia, Southern Salisbury Commandant, B.S.A. Police 

Seychelles Victoria Inspector 

Somaliland Berbera Commandant 

Uganda Kampala Commissioner of Police 

Zanzibar with Pemba Zanzibar Commandant 

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THE POLICE 



Dominions, Colonies, Dependencies and Mandated Territories of 
Great Britain — Continued 

Africa, South 

City Official 

Union of South y\frica Pretoria Commissioner 

Cape Province Cape Town Siiperiukndent 

Cape Province East London Superintendent 

Cape Province Kimberley Superintendent 

Cape Province Port Elizabeth Superintendent 

Natal Durban Superintendent 

Natal Pietermaritzburg Superintendent 

Orange Free State Bloemfontein Superintendent 

Transvaal Pretoria Superintendent 

Transvaal Johannesburg Superintendent 

Swaziland Mbabane Assistant Commissioner 



Africa, West 

City Official 

Gambia Bathurst Commissioner 

Gold Coast, Ashanti and 

Togo land Accra Inspector General 

Nigeria and the Cameroons Lagos Inspector General 

Sierra Leone Freetown Commissioner 

St. Helena and Ascension Jamestown Governor 

African Mandated Territories 

City Official 

South West Africa Windhoek Administrator 

Tanganyika Dar-es-Salaam Commissioner 

America 

City Official 

Bermudas Hamilton Chief of Police 

British Guiana Georgetown Inspector General 

British Honduras Belize Superintendent 

Canada (See pages 215-28) 

Falkland Is., So. Georgia Stanley Governor 

Newfoundland and Labrador ... St. John's Inspector General 

Eastern 

City , Official 

Ceylon Colombo P. N. Banks, Inspector General 

Federated Malay States Kuala Lampur Commissioner 

Hong Kong Hong Kong Captain Superintendent 

Labuan Labuan Chief Inspector 

Straits Settlement Singapore Inspector General 

Straits Settlement Penang Superintendent 

Straits Settlement Malacca Superintendent 

Wei Hai Wei Wei Hai Wei Inspector of Police 

Indian Empire 

City Official 

Assam Shillong Inspector General 

Bengal Calcutta Inspector General 

Bihar and Orissa Patna Inspector General 

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British Empire 



Dominions, Colonies, Dependencies and Mandated Territories of 
Great Britain — Continued 

City Official 

Bombay Poona Inspector General 

Burma Rangoon Inspector General 

Central Provinces Nagpur Inspector General 

Madras Madras Inspector General 

Northwest Frontier Prov Peshawar Inspector General 

Punjab Lahore Inspector General 

United Provinces Allahabad Inspector General 

Presidency Toivns 

Calcutta Calcutta Commissioner 

Bombay Bombay Commissioner 

Iraq 

Iraq Baghdad Inspector General 

Mediterranean 

City Official 

Cyprus Nicosia Chief Commandant 

Gibraltar Gibraltar Chief of Police 

Malta Malta Commissioner 



Oceania 

City 
Australasia 

Victoria Melbourne 

New South Wales Sydney 

Queensland Brisbane 

South Australia Adelaide 

Western Australia Perth 

Central Australia Alice Springs 

North Australia Darwin 

Tasmania Hobart 

Cooks Islands Raratonga 

Fiji Islands Sava 

New Zealand Wellington 

New Guinea Rabaul 

Norfolk Island Norfolk Island 

Papua Fort Moresby 

Palestine 

Palestine Jaffa 

West Indies 

City 

Bahama Islands Nassau 

Barbados Bridgetown 

Dominica Roseau 

Jamaica with Dependencies Kingston 

Leeward Islands St. John's (Antigua) 

Montserrat, St. Christopher, 

and St. Nevis Basseterre 

Trinidad with Tobago Port of Spain 

Virgin Islands Tortola 

239 



Official 

Chief Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Commissioner 

Resident Commissioner 

Inspector General 

Commissioner 

Superintendent 

Administrator 

Lieutenant Governor 



Commandant 



Official 

Commandant 
Commandant 
Inspector of Police 
Inspector General 
Chief Inspector 

Inspector of Police 
Inspector General 
President 



British Empire-Denmark and Greenland THE POLICE 

Dominions, Colonies, Depenbencies and Mandated Territories of 
Great Britain — Continued 

Windward Islands ^'^^ ^^''""^ 

Grenada St. Georges Chief of Police 

St. Lucia Castries ChieJ of Police 

St. Vincent Kingstown Chief of Police 

Unfederated Malay States 

City Official 

Alorshar Kedah Commissioner of Police 

British North Borneo Sandakan Off. Command' g Constabulary 

Johore Bahru Johore Commissioner of Police 

Kota Bahru Kelantan Commissioner of Police 

Kuala Trenggamu Commissioner of Police 

BULGARIA 

Capital: Sofia 
Director na Politziata Sofia 

CHILE 

Capital: Santiago 
Prefect of Police Santiago 

CHINA 

Capital: Nanking 
Ministry of the Interior (Nai-Cheng-Pu) Nanking 

COLOMBIA 

Capital: Bogota 
Director de la Policia Nacional Bogota 

COSTA RICA 

Capital: San Jose 
Jefe de la Policia Nacional San Jose 

CUBA 

Capital: Habana 
Senor Jefe de la Policia Nacional Habana 

DENMARK AND GREENLAND 

Capital: Copenhagen 

Chief of the State Police (National Police Force) Copenhagen 

Director of Police (Municipal) Copenhagen 

Chief of Police^ Richard Christian Krause Horsens 

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Dominica-Eire 



DOMINICA 

Capital: Santo Domingo 

Jeje de Superior de la PoUcia Municipal 



, Santo Domingo 



ECUADOR AND GALAPAGOS ISLANDS 

Capital: Quito 

Province City Official 

Azuay Cuenca Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Bolivar Guaranda Un Intendente General de Policia 

Canar Azogues Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Carchi Tulcan Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Chimborayo Riobamba Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

El Ore Machala Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Esmeraldas Esmeraldas Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Guayas Guayaquie Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Imbrabura Icarra Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Leon Latacunga Un Inlendenle General de PoUcia 

Les Rics Babahoyo Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Loja Loja Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Manabi Portoviejo Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Pichincha Quito Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

Tunguragua Ambaho Un Inlendenle General de Policia 

EGYPT 

Capital: Cairo 
Minister of the Interior 



, Cairo 



EIRE (IRISH FREE STATE) 

Garda Siochana (Civic Guard) 

Civic Guard Headquarters, Dublin 
Commissioner of the Civic Guard M.J. Kinnane 

Division City Chief Superintendent 

Cavan and Monaghan Monaghan G. O'Dvi^yer 

Clare Ennis J. N. Gilroy 

Cork Cork J. J. Hannigan 

Donegal Letterkenny H. V. McManus 

Dublin Metropolitan Dublin Castle John McGloin 

Dublin and Wicklow Bray E. A. Reynolds 

Galway, W. R Galway Thos. Collins 

Galway, E. R Ballinasloe P. Doyle 

Kerry Tralee H. O'Meara 

Kildare and Offaly Naas N. Murphy 

Leix and Carlow Portlaoghise F. Burke 

Limerick Limerick J. Murphy 

Longford and Westmeath MuUingar M. McCarthy 

Louth and Meath Drogheda P. J. Carroll 

Mayo Castlebar C. O'Halloran 

Roscommon Roscommon P. Clinton 

Sligo and Leitrim Sligo T. Direen 

Tipperary Thurles W. P. Quinn 

Waterford and Kilkenny Waterford E. O'Duffy 

Wexford Wexford M. Lynch 

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Estonia-Germany 



THE POLICE 



ESTONIA 

Capital: Tallinn 
Sise Ministerrium, PolitsievaUtsus 

FINLAND 

Capital: Helsingfors 
Sisaaiainministeri 



. Tallinn 



. Helsingfors 



FRANCE AND ITS POSSESSIONS 

Capital: Paris 

Municipal Police 

M. le Prefet de Police : Paris 

For any other part of France: 

M. le Directeur de la SHrete Generale (11, Rue des Saussais) Paris 

Algeria 

M. le Minister J or the Interior Paris, France 

Morocco 

Resident General Rabat, Morocco 

Syria 

Haut Commissaire Beyrouth, Syria 

Tunis 

Resident General Tunis 

For the following colonial possessions, address M. le Minister for the Colonies, Paris, France: 

French Cameroons Guadeloupe Mauritania St. Pierre and Miquelon 

French Congo Guiana Mayotte and Comoro Is. Senegal 

French India Guinea New Caledonia Somali 

French Indo-China Ivory Coast Niger Togo 

French Sudan Madagascar Reunion Upper Volta 

Dahomey Martinique Sahara 

GERMANY 

Capital: Berlin 

Polizei-Prasidiuni Berlin 

Address Polizei-Prasidium for the following cities: 

Aacher Cologne Gleiwitz Magdeburg 

Altona Elberfeld Halle Oberhausen 

Bochum Erfurt Hanover Potsdam 

Breslau Essen Kiel Recklinghausen 

Cassel Frankfort am Main Konigsberg Stettin 

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Germany — Continued 

Province City Official 

Bavaria Muenchen Polizeidirektion 

Bavaria Munich Polizeidirektion 

Bavaria Nuremburg Polizeidirektion 

Baden Baden-Baden Polizeidirektion 

Baden Freiburg Polizeidirektion 

Baden Heidelburg Polizeidirektion 

Baden Mannheim Polizeidirektion 

Baden Pforzheim Polizeidirektion 

Bremen Bremen Polizeidirektion 

Braunschweig Braunschweig Polizeidirektion 

Saxony Chemnitz Polizei-Prdsidium 

Saxony Dresden Polizei-Prdsidium 

Saxony Leipzig Polizei-Prdsidium 

Wurtemburg Essingen Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Friedrichshafen Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Goppingen Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Heilbronn Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Reutlingen Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Stuttgart Polizei-Prdsidium 

A\'urtemburg Tuebingen Polizeidirektion 

Wurtemburg Ulm Polizeidirektion 

For other parts of country, address Polizei-Behoerde, adding name of city. 

GREECE 

Capital: Athens 
Commissioner of Metropolitan Police Athens 

GUATEMALA 

Capital: Guatemala 
Director General de Policia Guatemala 

HAITI 

Capital: Port au Prmce 
Colonel de la Gendarmerie Port au Prince 

HONDURAS 

Capital: Tegucigalpa 
Director General de Policia Tegucigalpa 

HUNGARY 

Capital: Budapest 

Minister of the Interior Budapest 

Chief of Police Debresen 

Chief of Police Kabosvar 

Chief of Police Miskolcz 

Chief of Police Szeged 

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THE POLICE 



ITALY AND ITS POSSESSIONS 

Capital: Rome 

Direttore Generale della Public Sicurezza, Ministero dell'Interno Rome 

Address Prejelto in all other cities and districts. 

City 
Aegean Islands. 



Cyrenaica (Libya) Benghazi 

Eritrea Asmara 

Tientsin Concession, China Tientsin 

Tripolitania Tripoli 



Official 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Mayor 

Governor 



JAPAN 

Capital: Tokyo 

Keihokyokii-cho, Office of Secretary of State for Home A fairs Tokyo 

Keishisokan-Keishicho Tokyo 



Province City 

Formosa Taihoku 

Korea Seoul 

Kwantung Dairen 

[Sakhalin 
Pacific Islands (Mandate) < Keisatsbucho 

[Korsakovsk 



Official 

Keimukyokucho 

Keimukyokucho 

Keimukyokucho 

Keimukacho 

Keimukacho 

Keimukacho 



Rigas Prejekts, Aspazijas, huh. 14. 



LATVIA 
Capital: Riga 



.Riga 



LITHUANIA 

Capital: Kaunas 

Apskricio-Virsininkas Kaunas 



MEXICO 
Capital: Mexico, D. F. 

Distrito Federal, Inspector General de Policia 

State City 

Aguascalientes Aguascalientes 

Baja California La Paz, D. S. 

Baja California Mexicah, D. N. 

Campeche Campeche 

Chiapas Tuxtle Gutierrez 

Chihuahua Chihuahua 

Coahuila Saltillo 

Colima Colima 

Durango Durango 

Guanajuato Guanajuato 

Guerrero Chilpancingo 

Hidalgo Pachuca 

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Mexico, D. F. 



Official 



Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 
Inspector 



de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Policia 
de Pol 
de Pol 
de Pol 
de Policia 



icia 
icia 
icia 



BLUE BOOK 1939-40 



M exico-Paraguay 



Mexico — Continued 



State City 

Jalisco ^. Guadalajara 

Michoacan Morelia 

Morelos Cuernavaca 

Nayarit Tepic 

Nueva Leon Monterey 

Oaxaca Oaxaca 

Puebla Puebla 

Queretaro Queretaro 

Quintana Roo Sta. Cruz de Bra 

San Luis Potosa San Luis Potosa 

Sinaloa Culiacan 

Sonora Hermosillo 

Tabasco Villa Hermosa 

Tamaulipas Ciudad Victoria 

Tlaxcala Tlaxcala 

Veracruz Jalapa 

Yucatan Merida 

Zacatecas Zacatecas 



Official 



Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 
Inspector de 



Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 
Policia 



MONACO 

Capital: Monaco 
Directeur de la Silrete PuUique Monaco 

NETHERLANDS 

Capital: The Hague 

Chief of Police Amsterdam 

Chief of Police Rotterdam 

Chief of Police The Hague 

Chief of Police Utrecht 

NICARAGUA 

Capital: Managua 



. Managua 



.Oslo 



Director General de la Guardia Nacional 

NORWAY 

Capital: Oslo 

Politimester 

Address Politimester in all other cities and towns. 

PANAMA 

Capital: Panama City 

Commander-in-Chief of Police Panama City 

PARAGUAY 

Capital: Ascension 

Ministerio del Interior Inspeccion General de Jefaturas Politicas Ascension 

Jefe de Policia de la Capital {Ascension only) Ascension 

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Persia (Ira n)-San Marino THE P OLICE 

PERSIA (IRAN) 

Capital: Tehran 
ChieJ of Police Tehran 

PERU 

Capital: Lima 

Intendente de Policia (National) Lima 

For municipal police, address Prefccto de Policia in following cities: 



Amazonas 


Huanuco 


Madre de Dios 


Ancash 


lea 


Moguegua 


Arequipa 


Junin 


Puno 


Ayacucho 


La Libertav 


Tumbes 


Callao 


Lambayeque 


San Martin 


Cajamarca 


Lima 


Puira 


Huancavelica 


Loreto 


Tacna 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS 

Capital: Manila 

United States High Commissioner to the Philippines Manila 

Director of Police Manila 

POLAND 

Capital: Warsaw 
Glowny Komendant Warsaw 

PORTUGAL 

Capital: Lisbon 

Policia de Investigacao Criminal (South) Lisbon 

Policia de Investigacao Criminal (North) Oporto 

RUMANIA 

Capital: Bucharest 

Politie Questor Bucharest 

General Director of Public Security, Dr. Eugen Bianu Bucharest 

Address Politie Questor in the following cities: Cernauti, Cluj, Chissinau, Craiova, Jassy, 

Oradea-Mare, and Timisoara. 
Address Sef du Politie in all other cities. 

SALVADOR 

Capital: San Salvador 
Director General de Policia San Salvador 

SAN MARINO 

Capital: San Marino 

Chef de Gendarmerie San Marino 

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SIAM 

Capital: Bangkok 
Commissioner of Police Bangkok 

SPAIN 

Capital: Madrid 
Ministerio de Gobernacion Madrid 

SWEDEN 

Capital: Stockholm 

Governor General Stockholm 

Address Polismestaren in all cities and towns. 

SWITZERLAND 

Capital: Berne 
M. le Ministere de la Confederation Suisse Berne 

TURKEY 

Capital: Ankara 

Directeur de la Siirete General (National) Angora 

Direcieur General de la Police Ankara 

Address Directeur General de la Police in other cities. 

U.S.S.R. (RUSSIA) 

Capital: Moscow 

City Official 

Russia Proper Moscow Chief of Militia 

Transcaucasia Tiflis Chief of Militia 

Turcoman Tashkent Chief of Militia 

Ukraine •. . . . Kharkov Chief of Militia 

Uzbek Bukhara Chief of Militia 

White Russia Minsk Chief of Militia 

URUGUAY 

Capital: Montevideo 
Jefe de Policia Montevideo 

ViLNEZUELA 

Capital: Caracas 
Jefe de la Segaridad Caracas 

YUGOSLAVIA 

Capital: Belgrade 
Prefet de Police Belgrade 

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