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Mr. George R. Wackeiiliut 

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The Wackenhut Corporation 

S280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard 

Caral Gables, Florida 



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Your letter of )ctober 2, 1961, and 
enclosure were received in Mr. Hoover's absence 
froni the city. You may be sure they will be brought 
to his attention promptly u]3on his return. 

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Direcror 

Federal Bureau of (nvesf-fgaffon 

Washington, D. C, 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Not knowing if you are familiar with The WackenlT^t Co rf^orqt[onJ 1 would like to 
advise that it is a security and investigative organization offering its services to business, industry | 
and the professions, presently licensed and operating in ten states in this country and throughout 
the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Sixteen former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of In- 
vestigation are employed in various executive and investigative positions, and in the short space 
of six and one-half years it has grown to be the fourth largest organization of its kind. This 
growth, in our opinion, is largely the result of our having maintained the same high standards 
'of performance and integrity to which we were held while in Government Service. 1 am enclosinc 
a list of our Directors with their resumes to give you some further insight into the caliber of our 
management. ) ^ „,, 

Being fully conscious of the Communist menace, we, as an organization, are publishing, / 
monthly newsletters devoted to a program of education and individual action to combat our insidious >^\ 
enemy. These newsletters are distributed to our clients and our more than 1700 employees, many/ 
of whom are engaged in guarding certain of the nation's missile bases and other defense installations. 

This is a beginning, but I feel so strongly concerning the critical position in which we 
find ourselves that I am ready to do anything in my power to assure victory in this most crucial war. 

I would be most grateful to receivevr from the depths of your vast experience, any thoughts 
or suggestions for action that I, along with our entire organization, can take to win this great fight. 

I thought you would like to be apprised of the above informatjSn and of our complete 
agreement with your sentiments on this subject, together with your acticms over the years. 

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GEORGE R. WACKENHUT 



B,S., Uhiversity of Hawaii * 
M,Ed*, Johns Hopkins University, 

Presently: President and Chairman of the Board, The Wackenhut Corporationo 

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Formerly: Physical Education and Athletic Department, Johns Hopkins University, 
^ Consultant, Sports and Recreation, Department of the Army« 
Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, ^ 

Member: Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of 

Investigation, Inc. 
American Society for Industrial Security, 



vXjohn S. AMMARELL, JR, 

B,A,, Muhlenberg .College, 

Presently: Executive Vice President, The Wackenhut Corporation, 

Formerly: Special Agent; Supervisor, and Assistant Chief, Liaison Section, 

Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
Security Director and Manager of Office Personnel, Air Products, 



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Member: Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of 

Investigation, Inc, 
American Society for Industrial Security, 



ERIC lJ^BARR, JR,, Captain, USN (Ret.) 
B.S., United States Naval Academy. 






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Presently: Industrial Security Maaager, Electric Boat Division, General 

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Formerly: Commanding Officer various submarine patrols during World War II. 

Member: American Society for Industrial Security 
President, 1959-60 
Chairman of the Board, 1960-61. 
Industry Advisory Committee to Department of Defense on 

Safegusirding of Classified Information, 
Security Sub-Committee, National Security Industrial Association. 
National Institute for Disaster Mobilization, 






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JOSEPH V.ADILLON, Major General, USAF (Reit.) 



B,sr, United States Military Academy, 
LL,B. and LL.M., Georgetown University 




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Presently : Senior Partner j^I^aw^Fixgt of Dillon and Dillon» 
Chairman of the Board, Southern Door Company* 



Formerly: Chief, Military Police Division, Provost Marshal General'st Office, 
Deputy Provost Marshal General t 

Comiaandant, Provost Mazshal General's Training Center, 
Provost Marshal General: 

North African Theater of Operations, 

Southern France, 

European Thnaner. 
Air Provost Marshal, U»S^ Air Force* 

Representative of the United States: 
Geneva Conference, 1947 
International Red Cross Conference, 1948 
Diplomatic Conference, Geneva, 1949. 

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W, RICHARD GLAVIN 

B*C»S,, Southeastern University, 

Presently: Business Consultant on tax, budget and personnel managetoent matters. 

Formerly: Special Agent; Inspector, and Assistant Director in Charge of 

Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
Member of Governor's Tax Study Committee for Volusia County, Florida* 
Consultant, University of Florida* 

Special Investigations, Florida State Boards of Architecture and 

Accountancy* 

MiBinber: Honor Fraternity, Past President, Southeastern University* 
Continuing Council on Education, Volusia County, Florida* 
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, East Volusia Mosquito District* 




mrni K. McKEE 

LL,B., University ©f Richmond, 

Presently: Director, Investigative Division^ The Wackenliut Corporation 
Formerly: 



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Special Agent and Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of 

Investigation, 
Personnel Director, McGregor-Dr^niger, Inc, 

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KENNETH P/McNAUGHTON, Major General, US.M' (Ret J 
B.S,, United States. Military Acadeiry, /o)^ 

Presently: V ice Presi dent, Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corporation, 
Formerly: 



Chief of Staff, U,S. Strategic Air Forces, Guam, 

Deputy Commander, 8th Air Force, Okinay/a, 

Deputy for Operations, Far East Air^Forc^s, 

Director of Air Force IRequirements, Training and Man Power, 

Vice Commander, Air Training Command, 

Deputy Commander, Far East Air Forces, 

Vice President and Director, West Coast Operations, Fairchild 

Camera and Instrument Corporation, 

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received In Mr. Hooveir's absence from the city. 

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You may be sure your communication will be brought -^t ? 
to his attention upon bis return. ^o 

Sincerely yours, 



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Mr, J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington 25» D.C* 

Dear Mr, Hoover: 

Our organization, with sixteen former Special 
Agents on its staff, is doing everything in its power to 
help combat Communism* 

To assist us in our program, we would greatly 
appreciate receiving copies of all the fine articles and 
speeches by yourself on the subject of Communism. These 
will be used in a library we are building to help our 
employees educate themselves on Conffliunism and its great 
threat to this country, 

ft^y I take this opportunity to express my deep 
personal thanks to you for your outstanding work and great 
contribution to the welfare of our country? 



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By letter dated 10-2-61 Mr. George R. Wackenhut, President oljthe captioned] 
corporation, apprised the Director of the aims and operations of his company ./^^^He solicits 

j the Director's thoughts and views with respect to w ays his company can a ssistjin the fight 

[against communism. Also, by letter dated 9-28-6 in 
a ssumed the po sition of [ iTie 

ofl ^very complimentary letter is to request another of the. Director's autographed I 



advised that he has 
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photographs. Hte stgles he would like to display it in his office. He was sent an autographed 
J photograph on "©-2^48, but it was inscribed to him and his wife, and lie-states his wife will 
I not permit him to remove it from the house. 



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Both of these men are former Special Agents. Wackenhut EOD 2-12-51, re- 
signed 5-21-54. ^^Soon after leaving the Bureajii he and three other former Agents formed a 
company known ^^as "Special Agent Investigators. " The Bureau was alerted to this since a '> 
[strong possibili^" existed that clients of this company might be led to believe that these men 
(Still had some amliatifon with the FBI. By letter dated 1-18-57, the Miami Office was in- 
structed to avoid contact with the company because of misleading advertisements it had used 
in newspapers and the telephone directory. At this time, Wackenhut was the director of thei 
Miami office of Fidelifax, Inc. Fidelifax is an organization which provides services such ag 
guards to industrial plants. Most of its officials are former J^ents. SAC letter 56-27 in^ 
structed all offices to be circumspect in their dealing with Fidelifax because of its tendency? 
to capitalize on the former affiliation of many of its employees with the Bureau. In 1959, 
Wackenhut was President of Security Services Corporation, an organization which appears 
to be an outgrowth of Special Agent Inyestigators. 



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] On 5-17-54 he was censured, 

suspended without pay for 5 days and placed on probation for 90 days. On 4-29-54 he indi- 
cated 6:00 p. m. as his departure time as he intended to work until that time. During the 
day he had had several X-rays made and at approximately 5:40 the effects of the solutions 
he had taken made him so ill that he immediately left for home without changing his No. 3 
card. In view of the extenuating circumstances, he was not summarily dismissed and in 

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company that '' — it is a security 
and investigative organization offering its services to business,' iiidW^try and the professions,] 
presently licensed and operating in ten states in this country and throughout the Common- 
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years, become the fourth largest of its type in the country. It would appear from this that 
the Wackenhut Corporation is merely an outgrowth of the previous companies with which 

i he was affiliated. SAC Grapp advised in August, 1961, that the company was having diffi- 
culty in meeting its payroll on some occasions and there was speculation to the effect that 
the company may fail, 

Wackenhut enclosed a list of the Board of Directors. This list includes: 
Wackenhut; John S. Ammarell, Jr. , former Special Agent assigned at one time to the 
I Domestic Intelligence Division (EOD 5-11-42, , resigned 12-31-54); W. Richard Glayin, 
retired Assistant Director (EOD 4-6-31, reti:red,5-31-54); and Samuel K. McKee, retired 
SAC (EOD 3-31-30, retired 2-28-53). Glavin is on the Special Correspondents' List and 
an SAC contact of the Miami Office. In 1959, Ammarell was the Executive Vice President 
of Security Services Corporation. 

Wackenhut has been known to capitalize on the Bureau *s name in the past, and 
there is good reason to believe he would do so in the future. Therefore, it is not felt that 
the Bureau should cooperate with him nor is it believed the Director would want to give any 
indication that he approves of his activities. A reply to Wa^ckenhut's letter such as he 
.desires could be construed by him to be tacit approval or even encouragement of his actiyi- 
1 ties by the Director. In view of this, an in-absence reply is deemed most appropriate. 



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In this same respect, it is not felt that the Director should give 
autographed photograph to place in his office j [ has received one, and another could 

be used to adver tise his former affiliation with the Bureau. Therefore, , it is felt that we 
should also send 



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for the captioned company, requested all of 

1 the articles and speeches the Director had mdde on the subject 
of communism. These would be used for the employees of this 
- company. 

My memo of 10-4-61 captioned as above set forth 
the background information on this company. (Copy attache^. ) 
Jhis c ompany^ s predecessors have capitalized on the former^ 
affiliation of some oi tffelr employees with the Bureau. Inasmuch 
reason to believe that this company will do so 



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in the future, it was recommended and approved that in -absence 
letters be sent and no further consideration be given to the 
requests. / 

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Avith the Waeljenhut Corporation and, therefore, it is felt we 
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Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D, C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 



I am enclosing a copy of the first issue of Th^JVJ^ydjgrjhut^ 
Security Review, which I thought you would be interested in seeing. It 
will be published monthly and distributed to our clients, friends and 2000 
employees throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, The insujar dis- 
tribution will be in Spanish. 

We hope that the Review will be effective in alerting our 
employees and their families to the menace of Communism, which you have 
fought so strongly over so many years, and it is, itself, q reflection and 
result of your own efforts to warn us for so long of this danger to our world. 



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All of our former Special Agents here join me in extending our best 



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COMMUNIS M and YOU! 

Fully conscious of the Communist menace, not only to under-developed countries, 
but to the United States and the entire world, line Wackenhut Corporation, a national security 
and investigative organization headed by former Special Agents of the FBI, has prepared a 
series of articles on the Communist conspiracy. 

The articles are written with the belief that if the American public is fully informed 
of this menace to our way of life and very existence, the spread of Communism can Be'haltedT 
We recognize that Communism is dedicated to a "fight to the death". To survive we must suc- 
cessfully meet this challenge. 



Newspaper Headline : 

CAN'T LOSE ANY MORE 

WASHINGTON — Gen. Lyman Lemnitzer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 
says this country "certainly cannot afford to lose any more areas around the world" to Communism. 
"We have been on the losing end for too long ci time". Gen. Lemnitzer said. "We cannot afford 
to invite the Communists Into any area through weakness." 




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These are the almost unbelieveable facts: In only 40 years — within the lifetime of 
many of us — Communism has exploded like an atomic bomb, mushrooming In typical fashion and 
spreading out to Infect the entire world. Whole sections of the dark cloud hove broken off and 
settled heavily over individual countries, and the light of personal freedom has vanished from 
them, perhaps forever. ^ - ~ ^ -_^,_ 

Communism today has seized control of one billion people, almost a third, or 33%, 
of all people on the earth, and exerts Its influence upon many millions more. In contrast, the 
United States, the foremost enemy of Communism, has only six percent of the population of the 
worldo Communism rules with murderous control over 25 percent of all the land area of the globe. 
The United States has only seven percent of the land area of the globe. 

Communism's fervent objective Is to encircle the United States and^ finally, to 
overthrow it and win complete control. If that ever happens, the Communists will have achieved 
their dream of victorious conquest of the entire world. 

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Are they succeeding? We need go back only to World War II to see their terrible '^^ 
success. Read their continuing roll call of conquest: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia; Yugoslavia "^ 
and Albania; Poland, Rumania, Bulgaria; Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Edst~Germdny;China,~^ 
North Korea, North Vietnam, Tibet, and - now, - Cuba! ^ 

Yes, Cuba on our doorstep, and still the Soviet Agents continue their operations in 
all the countries of Asia, in the Near East^ Africa and Latin America, in 86 nations throughout 
the worldo 



Do they rebel, these millions of people who have been "awarded the glorious life" 
under Communism? They would if they could. They did in the uprising in East Germany, in 
Hungary and in Tibet, until the machine guns and the bullets and the tanks left only the wound- 
ed and the dead lying in the streets. They flee when they can, from East to West Germany o More 
than a quarter-million Hungarians escaped to freedom in the face of death o Three million North 
Koreans have fled over the thirty-eighth parallel to South Korea. Escaping Cubans arrive daily 
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This is what happens whenever Communism has taken control « Firsts the glittering 
promises and the hope. Then the disastrous av/akening and the despair, and finally the desperate 
effort to escape. 

We Americans have always felt secure behind the protection of the great oceans on 
both of our coasts. We have fought our major wars abroad^, The arrival of the atomic age has 
wiped out this protection. 

Now the Communists are determined to defeat and conquer the United States. It is 
no sly secret. Khrushchev tells us "your grandchildren will grow up under Communism", and he 
means it. We listen, we hear it, but we don't really believe he means it. 

Or perhaps we do not believe that Communism can conquer the worldo Communism 
started with only 17 individuals in 1903. In 1917 with only 40,000, it conquered all of Russia^ 
Now, only 44 years later, it has enslaved a billion people throughout the world, including our 
next door neighbor, Cuba. 

Are we ready to believe Nikita Khrushchev? If we are, what can we do? It is 
*d if f i c u ll"or~Irnposli bl i^toTlef ^t^^rnetKi ng "we'^o'' no^f^cnTdefsfafrd'ari^Co'mm On i^rffi s~no t~~easi I y 
understood. The first thing that we can do and must do is to learn what Communism is and how 
it operates. That is the purpose of this series of articles. It is the first and one of the most im- 
portant steps to victory o 

A suggestion: Get an inexpensive loose leaf folder and keep these articles in it. 
Read and discuss these articles with your family and your friends. 



Note: Reprints of this series are available at cost. If you wish to circulate the series to your 
employees, and if other companies do the same, hundreds of thousands, even millions, of Amer- 
icans could be reached overnight with these messages. Address all correspondence to G. Ralph 
Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The Wackenhut Corporation, 3280 Ponce DeLeon Boulevard^ 
Coral Gab^-es\ Florida. 




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TO: DIRECTQR, FBI 

FROM: SAC» MIAMI (66-2466) 

THE WACKEHHUT CORPORATIOH; .„,^,, poKiAf 

Former Special Agent ^^ 
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As badcgrouiul for tilie Bureau, the Spring term of the 
Palm Beach County, Florida, Grand Jury, In September, 1961, 
returned Indictments of gambl:lng charges for several persons 
In law enforcement. Including a perjury Indictment against 
Sheriff MARTIN KELLENBEBGER, Governor FARRIS BRYANT removed 
KELLENBBRGER and appointed as Sheriff P. A* B« WIDENER, III, 
Since that time Acting Sheriff WIKNER and the Fall term of the 
Palm Beach County, Florida, Grand Jury have intensified 
investigations into ganbling, and reportedly have established 
a Bolita operation was organiised at the Palm Beach County Jail, 
at which time Sheriff KELLENBlSBGER, LOUIS CARROLL, BRUCE 
WHEELER, and former Palm Beacli County Solicitor T. HAROLD 
WILLIAMS were the organizers. ?: 

WILLIAMS was convictt:ed in 1957, while holding office, 
of acoepting bribes to allow ^sauibling to operate in Palm Besch 
County, Florida* On Decesober 1, 1961, WILLIAMS testified before 
the Grand Jury and cm December 2, 1961, was given a Polygra{di J; 
examination by an expert from the Florida Sheriffs' Bureau. 



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The Palm Beach Times ^ dally "^wspaper o£ Vfest Palm 
Beach, Florida, carried an axilcle cm 12/5/61, Vhlch reflects 
that WILLIAMS requested on this diate- to' appear again before 
the Grand Jury, The article states, "WILLIAMS disclosed he 
took three tests from HUGH A. PAGE, Jr., a Polygraph expert 
with 15 years of FBI eiqperience* Results of these tests y/texe 
directly contradictory to the results Of three other tests 
given falm Saturday by State Polygraph expert CLIFF POWELL. 
WILLIAMS said he wants the Grand Jury to know results of both 
tests. POWELL, testified before the Grand Jury (Mh Monday, 
12/4/il* WILLIAMS has a certified statement as to the results 
of his test at Coral Gables, Sunday, which he hopes to get 
before the Grand Jury.'* 

Tbtt Palm Beach Post , daily newspaper of west Palm 
^ach, Florida, on 12/6/61 reports that HUGH A. PAGE, Jr. , 
has been subpoenaed to appear before the Palm Beach County 
Grand Jury, date not disclosed. 

\\ HUGH A* PAGE, Jr., a former Bureau Agent, is 

presently employed by The Wadkenhut Corporaticm, Coral Gables, 
Florida , which organization is staffed by a number of fonaer 
Bureau employees. PAGE is known to conduct polygraph examinations 
for this concern. 

The above is being brought to the Bureau's attention 
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Misled February, 1962, issue of 
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COMMUNISM and YOU! 

"It was Marx, Engels and Lenin who developed the theory of scientific 
communism and indicated realistic ways and means of establishing the 
new society and the revolutionary forces destined to destroy the old 
world and build the world of Communism. " 

^. _ — Nikita S. Khrushchev, OctoberiSrt'dl; at the^" 

22nd Congress of the Communist Party. 



THE WORLD MAKERS 



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Communism and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels were a product of their times. The in- 
dustrial revolution was under way; the machine-age had arrived. From the country sides the farmers 
and their families swarmed into the cities and the mass-migrations resulted in the ugly growth of the 
slums, which in turn produced increased poverty, disease, vice and violence. 

Marx and Engels looked at the new industries and the new factory-working class and 
saw the troubles of the dislocated masses, the low wages and the long hours, and they concluded that 
the economic system was the sole cause of all the troubles of the world. They did not see beyond their 
day, that the machine-age, in time, would liberate millions of people from bare subsistence levels and 
raise them to the highest standards of living ever achieved. 

In the midst of these 19th century problems, they held aloft two great promises, dear 
to all mankind: the promise of universal peace and the promise of universal prosperity - two promises 

which, under the Communist program formulated by Marx and fojlovv^d by Khrushchev today ^ can only^ 

come about if all the peoples and all the nations of the world have first been conquered and complete- 
ly enslaved by the Kremlin. It Is these same two shining promises that have mislead many, rich and 
poor alike, to turn to Communism and blindly accept its theories without closely examining its results. 
Yet the terrible results are plain to see: in Hungary, Tibet, in East Germany, and In Cuba. 

Marx and Engels continued to deal happily in theories and grandly made plans for 
their brand new world. In addition to their preoccupation with economics, they also were impressed ^ ^ 
by the new developments in science. If Communism could be made "scientific", and thus respectedT^ 
then indeed it would prove irresistible, they believed. All Communists ever since have parroted this 
emphasis on science. "Our conception of the communist system Is based entirely on the scientific 
conclusions of the founders of Marxism-Leninism", Nikita Khrushchev proudly proclg.imed to the mem- 
bership at the 22nd Communist Congress in Moscow. 

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' ^ ' ''To be scientific/ Marx and Engels had first to establish their own philosophy of na- 
ture, which became known as Dialectical Materialism. This philosophy maintained that the complete 
explanation for the universe and everything in it is to be found solely In physical matter. Matter alone 
is theTunTtbtal^Tl-he^Wor They then developed three laws to explain the nature of matter. 

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The Law of Opposites - Everything in nature is a combination of opposites; for example, 
electricity with its positive and negative charges. The conflict of the opposite forces accounts for the 
energy and the movements of things In the universe. Matter needs no outside source of power. (The 
fallacy of the "law" lies in the fact that opposite elements would not conflict in the first place unless 
they already possessed energy In themselves. Two Inert pieces of dirt do not produce energy. Together, 
they produce nothing - but dirt.) 



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The Law of Negation - Nature tends to increase the quantity of all things. Engels ob- 
served that plants, animals and man are born, grov/ and, after reproducing, die. The thing itself Is 

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requires no guiding intelligence. (Actually, the "law" proves nothing except the reproductive princi- 
ple of nature. The negation or dying has nothing to do with it. Some plants and people die without 
reproducing; others reproduce many times befor^ dying.) 

The Law of Transformation - Nature increases by "leaps" and "bounds". As things 
increase in quantity, they make a sudden leap, and c\new form or species Is created. In such a manner 
an albuminous substance was formed and, with a leap from albumin, life was born. (The fallacy in the 
"law" lies in the fact that no where in the universe do we find life reproduced except by life Itself. 
Rather than life being the result of blind accident, all observation points to Its highly complex, pre- 
determined design.) 

But Marx and Engels were elated. With their three laws they had satisfactorily ex- 
plained the universe. They had demonstrated the source of energy; they had explained the increase 
of things in nature; they had revealed the origin of life; and they had explained it all on the basis 
of matter. 

"Now", said Engels triumphantly, for this was their objective, "the last vestige of 
a Creator external to the world is obliterated. " 



' Since everyTFTng^rrTnature^irffie i-esult ot m'atteTihmotioh and accumulated dec i- 

dent, and not of God, and since man is the highest form of accumulated accident in a Godless world, 
he is, in reality, the God of the universe. 

Having made these momentous discoveries, the Communists concluded with neat sim- 
plicity, "It is now up to us to remake the world!" 

^""^^^ What can we do? We can recognize that the Communists are determined and dedicat- 

ed to db>|ust that - remake the world in the Marxist-Leninist image. We can keep the Image of their 
world before us, and we can judge their words and their deeds accordingly. 






The Wackenhut:Gorporation is a national security and Investigative^orgdnization 
headed by former Special Agents of the FBI. Acutely aware of the threat of Communism, it presents 
this series of articles to its friends and employees throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Copies 
may be secured by writing G. Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The Wackenhut Corporation, 
3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida. 






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TS:li^ACS:EHEUT C0BJK3RATI0H 
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In view of tltc! liformatton you have supplied you and 
the employeea of your Gflict s&ould have no coatact with McEee* 
In addition^ your office should >a moat clrcuxoapect la ^^aling with 
any repxeseatatlves of %m Wackaahiit Corporation and, of course^ 
no information from yo^ii f Ues should be spppUed them* 



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The purpose of this memorandum is to advise of correspondence received 
from former SA George R. Wackenhut, President of the Wackenhut Corporation, Coral 
Gables, Florida, enclosing a copy of "The Wackenhut Security Review. " 

By le13:er dated 2-23-62 the SAC, Miami, has furnished informaSbn con- 
cerning former SA Wackenhut, the Wackenhut Corporation, and efforts of former SAC 
Samuel K. McKee who is connected with the Wackenhut Corporation, to qbtain informa- 
tion from the^Miami Office and to cultivate association with the SAC, Mami./ It was 
stated that McKee'had informed the Miami Division that former SA Wackenhut had been 
in communication with the Director regarding a security review which ils* published 
by the Wackenhut Corporation and deals with the communist menace, .^he Director 
asked whether theiBureau has had any such correspondence. 



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Bureau files reflect that on 11-15-61 Wackenhut wrote the Director enclos- 
^ ing a copy of the first issue of -The Wackenhut Security Review" which, according to 
Wackenhut, was to be published monthly and distributed to their clients, friends and 
2, 000 employees throughout the. United Slates and Puerto Rico. Wackenhut' s letter was 
not acknowledged and a copy of a second issue of "The Wackenhut Security Review" 
dated February, 1962, was received through the mail at the Bureau oh 2-13-62 without 
any qover communication. Review of these two 2 -page issues reflects that they deal 
generally with the menace and growth of communism and contain no specific information 
regarding communist actiidties in the United States of the type which might possibly . 
have come from FBI files. The February, 196|t, issue contains the statement that the 
Wackenhut Corporation is a national security and investigative organization he^djed by 
former Special Agents of the FBI. 

Miami letter of 2-23-62 points out that Miami personnel have been alerted 
to be most circumspect in any possible contacts with McKee and to keep such contacts 
at a minimurn. The Director has stated that there should be none at all. 

The Manai letter also relates that an informant had advised that former SA 
Frederick T. Harris would head up a new office of the Wackenhut Corporation to be 
opened in Sari Juan and the Director instructed that that office be alerted to tjus 

1 - Mr. Deijoach (sent direct) 1 - Personnel File forrQer.SA Georee R. Wackenhut 




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0n 7-29-61 former SAC McKee contacted Assistant Director Malone who 
was then inspecting the Miami Division and stated that in his opinion SAC Grapp was 
sviffering from an^overdose of public relationism. " When asked to explain what he 
had meant McKee said that when Grapp meets anyone he so obviously turns on the 
charm that he gives the impression of injsincerity. McKee further alleged that while 
talking to SAC Grapp on another matter Grapp, in referring to the inspection, allegedl5 
commented to McKee, *They must be really out to get me when they send down the 
chief head shr inker. '' SAC Grapp initially advised Mr. Malone that he thought he 
might have used the term ''head shrinker'' in a conversation with McKee but upon | 

further reflection he was certain he had not done so, SAC Grapp felt that McKee had I 
made these allegations in retaliation because the SAC had refused to give McKee f. 

information regarding the hijacking to Havana of an Eastern Airlines plane. \ 

RECOMMENDATION: 



It is recommended that the attached letters to the SACs Miami and San Juan 
be approved and sent. 

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UNITED^ STATES GoJk.NMENT 

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sac, san juan (62-401) 

theiIackenhut corporation 
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Information contained In relet and enclosure Is 
considered extremely valuable for orientation purposes and 
all personnel here who might be in contact with captioned 
organization will be provided with necessary background 
data » 

For information of Bureau and Miami, San Juan Office 
has not had any relations with captioned organization which 
would appear to place the Bureau in a position of embarrassment. 
I have had no requests for unusual contact^_QrmD£ratiacL_Qr 



unusual services ♦ I have been aware that! 



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leaving his position as local manager in order to 'become. a /' 
type of "regional, Jjispec tor ^^^ for The Wackenhut Corporation ^ 
in the United States. I was alsQ aware .that the organization 



was looking for a replacement for 



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were giving emphasis to ex -Bureau personnel in connection with 
such replacement; SA FREDERICK T. HARRIS^, who apparently has 
accepted the position here, is known to this office but we 
have no personal type of association with him which might 
create a problem. 

Bureau's instructions have been noted to the effect 
that we should be circumspect in dealing with representatives ^ 
of captioned company and that data from our files should not /iM 
be furnished A^x ^^ ^^ 

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THE mACKENEUT CORPOiiATlOSf 
INFORMAtiON CONCER»ING 
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R««irlet>-26-S7 captioned, "Special Agent 
;:>^ Investigators, Incorporated <MI), Information Conceralc^. " 

^^^ There is enclosed lor your information a copy o£ 

^l^^moraadnm from the SAC, Mami dated 2-23-62 Q^ceming 
ca^tioiJ^d corporation and the activities of former SACJSamuelE, 
i^TSme who is connected with the corporation. Yon^^ also note 
D^ijerein that an informant hm advieed the Miami Di^sion that 
^il^rmer BA Frederlcl; T. Harris will heitd up a new ol^ce of the 
Wackenhat Corporation to be opened in San Juan. Former SA Harris 
entered on duty as a clerk in the Ifiami Division on Br 1-46. lie was 
appointed a i^ecial Agent 3-S-51 and resigned volttn|arily effective 
^-21-^ while assign*^ at iSt. iiOuis. His Bureau si^vice was 



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OlpectEiir dealiz^ with miy representetlyes of the Waiskenhut Corpora- 
t^n anf no information from your fileis should be furnished to any 
Mp)res%tative of that corporation. 







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subject: the .WACKENHUT CORPORATION irr^r; 

INFORMATION CONCERNING ESCEPxn 

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For the completion of the Bureau's records, the 
following general data are submitted on the above- captioned '; 
corporation. The FBI has not conducted an investigation; of ;" 
itj^ as such, but the following information has come to the 
at^riticra of this office and may be of interest to"" the ^Kureau. 



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% ^ ^-ir Former FBI Agent GEORGE R. WACKENHUT is President 
Hofji'tHis ^Brporation and alleges he was an FBI Agent froff^l951 
^^,to <3^54 • ": %n 1955, he was in charge of the Miami office ?bf 
f^ci'FWEyLFA^ INC.** which was made up of a group of f ormear ' 
^^(Sigen^s.^ subsequently became affiliated with , a group of 
* former Agents in Miami operating under the name ^^'SPECIAL 
AGENT INVESTIGATORS." He reportedly had a fist fight with 
his^ssocitates and at least to a degree physically took over 
^thatg^cprganization. Information of a general nature has also 

een^received to the effect that he resorts to fisticuffs 
quite easily. Several years ago he reportedly received 
information that his wife was having an affair with another 
man and he %eat up^' the man involved. Mrs. WACKENHUT is 
nd£" adverse to fisticuffs either, according to rumor, since 
she cavight GEORGE R. WACKENHUT having an affaii; with another N 
Oman in Miami. She allegedly physically attacked the other 
oman in public on the sidewalk, knocked her down, got on top 
of her and beat her. ^ 

Subsequently, WACKENHUT formed the above- cap tiJSried 
corporation and has alleged that he has on the payroll?^ver 
25 former Bureau Agents. In addition, they reportedly' also 
have former Bureau clerks and stenographers employ e^by them. 

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The WACKENHUT CORPORATION holds itself out as 
available for private investigations, conducts security 
surveys for banks and othei; enterprises and supplies guard 
forces for private enterprise. 

Information was received in March, 1960, to the 
effect that WACKENHUT attempted to secure additional work 
for his firm and over a luncheon engagement offered emplo5n:nent 
at $10,000 a year to a retired Air Force Colonel in the event 
the Colonel assisted him in securing additional work from 
the Colonel's employer, Pan American World Airways, which 
had a contract at Cape Canaveral. The Colonel, reportedly 
quick tempered, immediately rejected the advance as an ill- 
concealed possible ^'Bribe.''' 

Information was received on February 15, 1962, 
from an informant of this office, to the effect that THE 
WACKENHUT CORPORATION is padding" its payroll in making 
charges to the companies to which it affords plant security 
guards, in an endeavor to gain financially. 

Among the employees reportedly presently employed 
by THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION are the following: 

JOHN S. AMMARELL, Bureau Agent from 1942 to 1954, 
is listed as Executive Vice President. 

VICTOR P. KEAY> FBI employee from 1934 to 1956 when 
I he retired and subsequently went with NATO, commenced work 
with this corporation within the past few weeks.' 

SAMUEL K. McKEE, formerly with the Bureau from 1930 
to 1953, novncitTre37"possesses the title of Director of 
Investigations. Hes went with THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION in 
the Fall of 1960. He is frequently contacting this office ^ 
and on every occasion to date has wanted something to which 
he is not entitled. He apparently holds himself out to 
WACKENHUT as the "go -between*' with the FBI throtagh his 
alleged numerous FBI contacts. Among other things, he has 
requested the following: 



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On July 29, 1961, he telephoned this office, spoke 
to the SAC, and request ed to be advised how the FBI identified 

Ion July 24. 1961. asl 



He stated his client was a law firm which represented an 
ins urance fir m and that he also needed to know how we knew 
that | was an alleged member of the "July 26 Movement,*' 
which is pro-Castro, as well as a former member of the Cuban 
Secret Police. He was not furnished the information he requested. 

He also requested that the SAC, Miami, use his official 
position to refer any prospective clients coming to his attention 
to McKee and THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION. He was given no 
encouragement • 

I He has also requested the SAC, Miami, to furnish 
him the names of two or more young clerical employees whom 
he, McKEE, could hire away from the FBI for THE WACKENHUT 
CORPORATION. This request was not complied with. 

He has made numerous requests for the SAC to proceed 
to THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION offices in Coral Gables and pay 
a ^'courtesy call" upon its president, GEORGE R. WACKENHUT. 
This apparently is for the purpose of further entrenching 
himself with WACKENHUT by being able to show that he obviously 
has the SAC at his command. On each occasion he has been 
advised there was a conflict because of prior commitments. 
It was suggested that as an alternative, Mr. WACKENHUT or 
any other citizen should feel free to stop by the FBI Office 
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He has extended numerous requests, subsequent to 
[the inspection of the Miami office In August, 1961, for the 
SAC to join him and other officials of the corporation for 
ilimch. He was advised on each invitation that such could 
jpiot be accepted because of prior commitments. 



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He has requested this office to furnish him with 
la current directory of the National Academy graduates. He 
(was advised there were no extra copies for dissemination. 

He requested this office to furnish him the 
addresses to which he could write for subscriptions to 
various pro-Communist publications. He was advised that 
I such was not available. 



He requested the Miami FBI Office hire 



He was advised there were no openings at that time for which 

appeared to be qu alified. This would 

and THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 



[have made a good "source- for 
.in the FBI. 



He requested this off ice index the name of his 

1 1 ~k s a subscriber to Communist 

[publications on behalf of THEWACKENHUT C ORPORATION. He 
Ipointed out the | [ name was used to 

[secure the publications which are used as the source of a 



Insecurity review" dealing with the Communist menace, which 
llwas for THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION employees only. In this 
connection, he also mentioned that this publication was so 
^'excellently" done that he had distributed it to the Dade 
County Bar Association at their request. Upon inquiry, he 
could not explain how the Dade ^punty Bar Association was 
aware of such publication if it\i7ere only for THE WACKENHUT 
CORPORATION employees. He also Stated that m. WACKENHUT 
y^as in communicat ion with the Director of tlj« FBI conceiming 



such publication, 
appropriately indexed. 



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Chief of Police Walter Healey, Miami, on 11/29/61 
mentioned to the SAC that SAM McKEE, former Bureau employee, 
had requested that he, HEADIJEY, have his men from Miami go 
to Fort Lauderdale, Florida,, and conduct investigation 
concerning the honesty, veracity and what type of business 
partner a particular resident of Fort Lauderdale would be 
for a prospective client. Headley laughed in repeating the 
request and described it as "ludicrous" in view of the fact 
that the Miami Police Department, of course, would have no 
jurisdiction in Fort Lauderdale. 

On October 25, 1961, an ex-Agent employed by THE 
WACKENHUT CORPORATION repeated in confidence that McKEE 
had made a disparaging remark concerning an FBI employee, 
involving an investigation of alleged impersonation by a 
WACKENHUT employee. McKEE v^as contacted by an Agent of this 
office, and according to the ex-Agent, McKEE had told others 
in the WACKENHUT CORPORATION, after the interview, that he 
had said to the FBI Agent: "Son, you don't have enough facts 
for a 47-0 reference." It is alleged he then told the Agent 
of his, McKEE" s, backgrovind in the FBI. McKEE passed it off 
as a great joke and inferred his great superiority over the 
Agent. The Agent who conducted the interview states positively 
that no such reference was ever made to him as quoted above 
and attributed to McKEE. This appears to be another instance 
of McKEE falsifying the facts for his own personal glory. 

On Jantiary 31, 1962, McKEE called and asked that 
the SAC proceed to THE WACKISNHUT CORPORATION offices to join 
him and Mr. WACKENHUT for Itmch, stating WACKENHUT had some 
very valuable information concerning subversion. He was 
advised that because of prior commitments, the SAC could not 
accept, but an experienced yVgent would be sent to obtain the 
information in their possession. Neither he nor WACKENHUT 
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I whereby he could get the SAC to make the cgjrftesy call at 
his request upon WACKENHUT. 

Because of McKEE's propensij^es, the personnel of 
this office have been alerted to be/most circiamspect in any 
possible contacts with him and to ife^P ,s^^h at__:a-jgganimufiu 
On all occasions he has been hanHleT'Hip^^tically. At all 
times he has spoken in a friendly, ingratiating manner with 
the SAC, and there is no ou1:ward friction between the two. 
There is a constant effort on his part to get information 
and preferential treatment to which he is not entitled, 
and it is not the intention of the SAC that he be afforded 
any information or treatment other than that to which any 
other citizen is entitled, UACB. tfv^K^s AJoiseJ. -r* 



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(former Bureau Agent FRED T. HARRIS (employed with FBI from 
11946 to 1957) will head up a new office of this corporation 
I to be opened in San Juan Puerto Rico. ^ ^^ ^ J^ 

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kCYRUS W.) THOMPSON, a former FBI Agent from 1951 to 1953, 
icontinues to be employed by THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION in the 
ikey position of security specialist, involving the inspection 
land training of security guards. Info3n:nant furt her stated 
Ithat THOMPSON was a homosexual who had "affairs"! 



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a Deputy. Subsequently KELLY separated him from the Sheriff's 
Office. These "affairs" r eportedly involved the offense of 
jbvi ggery and were performed! 

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FROM A/sAC, Miami (66-2466) 




SlKlSl3^'CLASBinED. 



suBjfecT. THE WACKENH OT CORPORi^Tig< 
INFORMATION CONCERNING 



The above-captioned organizatl0#recently 
commenced publishing a put>licat ion, 'th^|wackenhut 
Security Review." They are atteQq>ting to circulate 
"it throughout the conraunity, toe c<|py of the February 
and one copy of the Itorehi, 1962^'issue8 are enclosed 
for information purposes. 

The above cop ies of the publication were 
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March, 1962 



COMMUNISM and YOU I 

"Communism is a hfgher and more perfect stage of social life, 
and can develop only after Socialism is fully consolidated. Under 
Communism all the survivals of the capitalistic system will be com- 
pletely wiped out. " 

- - - -Nikita Sr Khrushchev^ October 18/ I96I7 ^ 

at the 22nd Congress of the Communist party. 



PARADJISE ON EARTH 



After Karl Marx and Friedrich fingels had solved, to their own satisfaction, the 
riddles of nature with their Dialectical Materialism, they "discovered" another great law, which they 
called Economic Determinism. 

Economic Determinism, they said, is responsible for all the developments in our 
civilization. Man's primary instinct is self-preservation, and it is this instinct which makes him protect 
whatever method of production he is using to secure the necessities of life. In turn, it is the method of 
production that determines the social, political and religious customs with which he surrounds himself. 
With this discovery came the conclusion that it is only necessary to set up the perfect economic system 
for the world and all problems will vanish. Man, in other words, is not the master of the system, but 
its slave. 

History, as they saw it, is a continuing record of class struggle between free man 
and slave, lord and serf, owne? and worker, ancJ the cause of the class istruggle is~aTways one thing * 
private property. 

Private property, according to the Communists, brings about the subjugation and 
exploitation of man by man. Historically, it is responsible for religion, for morality and for the forma- 
tion of the state, all of which were designed primarily to protect the owner, his property, and his 
social and economic advantages from the vengeance of the non-property class. 

Religion is "the opium of the people", used by the bourgeoisie or property owners, 
to lull the proletariat or workers to sleep. There is no such thing as morality with unswerving stand-' 
ards of right and wrong. Morality is simply another trick of the bourgeoisie to keep the proletariat in 
bondage. Morals cannot be based on God's commandments because there is no God, so they^said. 

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Our failure fo uftderstand fheir attitude toward moraliry has contributed greatly to 
our confusion in dealing with Communists. Our Western conscience, based on Judaic-Christian 
morals, has made it almost impossible for us to conceive of persons who can continually lie, murder, 
cheat-and-steal7"who-break-agreement-after-solemn-agreement, and then blandly maintain- they, have _. 
done no wrong . 

Having found the fault of all evil in the ownership of private property, Marx and 
Engels projected the ultimate results under the capitalistic system. They^saw the small factory taken 
over by the larger factory, monopolies taking over all businesses, the workers ground down helplessly 
with lower and lower wages, with the few becoming ever richer and a powerful government protecting 
them from the revolt of the enraged masses. But this would not continue forever, the patience of the 
proletariat would become exhausted, and eventually they would arise and overthrow their capitalistic 
masters and seize all private property. 

^'"'~~^""~ ^Tnce this revol^Jtloh was'ilievikiBle i^^^ 
decided, to speed it on its way. Only one thing could possibly save the doomed capitalists - if they 
freely surrendered all that they owned without a fight. 

Once victory throughout the world had been achieved, either through surrender or 
revolution, the Dictatorship of the Proletariat would be established. With it would come the support of 
the proletariat everywhere, and the complete elirrfination of copitalism to be replaced by international 
socialism. In case of any ridiculous resistance by capitalists, Joseph Stalin pointed out that there would 
be created a. mighty army of "defense" that would consolidate the victories in all countries of the world. 

Socialism, with state ownership of all land and means of production, would then lead 
the way to final and complete Communism. Now, indeed, would the dream of paradise on earth come 
true. As Socialism turned into Communism, all class consciousness and hatred would vanish; there 
would be no private property, no wages; everything would be owned by all. Under such a perfect sys- 
tem, there would be no judges or law courts or policemen, no need for elected representatives, a 
government or a state. All would work happily tojjether in this most joyful world. "Each will produce 
according to his ability and each will receive according to his need." Mankind would be a new species, 
made over completely. 

L^Ll-H?^ 9D-.t'^® ^*^B^® th at-there might be.a, th ief .In the, crowd, a, drunkard, a loafer. 



or a malcontent, Lenin gives straight-faced assurance that they would receive swift and sure punish- 
ment from the armed people themselves. He does not explain the need for force of arms in paradise. 

These are the theories of Marx and Engels, followed by Lenin and Stalin, and repeat- 
ed In the 1961 Soviet Congress In Moscow by Nikita Khrushchev. These are the theories the Com- 
munists would force upon the entire world today. 



The Wackenhut Corporation Is a national security and Investigative organization 
headed by former Special Agents of the FBI. Acutely aware of the threat of Communism, it presents 
this series of articles to its friends and employees throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Copies 
may be secured by writing G. Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The Wackenhut Corporation, 
3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida. 




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Mr, Callahan . 

T. Conrad 
Mr. P-' -leiil 
Mr, Evans .-- 
Mr. Mai^>i*Je ..- 
Mr. Rosen — 
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This morning, SAC Wesley G. Grapp, Miami, telephonically 
requested urgent delivery of 3. OO P copies of one of the Director's rec ent 
reprints which he could deliver tof 
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out that Grapp advised they were havin g problem s in Miami with th^Wackenhut 

ICorgoration, a group of former Agents J I had been approachecTByl^ac^grP 

hut to dissem inate cer tain literature and Grapp felt that the FBI should be the 
one to furnisl j [ with anticommunism material. Accordingly, on 3-20-62, 

Grapp was furnished 3, 000 copies of the Director's speech at Valley ^ Forge. 
Grapp now advises that Wackenhut Corporation has again approachec | 1 

and he wants to shun them. This can be accomplished through furnishing i I 

with about 3,000 copies of another of tl;ie Director's articles. Grapp would like 
this material shipped t o the Mikmi Fie ld Office and he in turn will have the 
material transmitted to[ 









(jrapp thought that the Dir ector's article 



"Let's Fi^t Communism Sanely, " would be a good one to furnish 



There is attached a requisition for the requept/d material to be 
sent to SAC, Miami. 



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Combm§ng 
the Communist 
Campaign Against 
America's Churches 



By JOHN EDGAR HOOVER, Director, Feder&l Bureau of investigation 



The Communist Party today is waging an ag- 
gressive campaign against all sectors of American 
national life. A foremost objective is the 
religious life of this Nation. — our religious 
leaders and groups. This campaign, following 
historic Marxist-Leninist principles, can be 
expected to continue with unabated zeal. 

Always we must remember that the Communists 
are atheists. They deny that God exists and 
disparage morality based on religious principles. 
"Religion. . .is the opium of the people," Karl 
Marx declared. "We remain the atheists that we 
have always been," echoed Nikita Khrushchev. 
The Party takes every opportunity to criticize 
religion. The recent Soviet space flights are 
a good example. 

"Yuri Gagarin (the Soviet cosmonaut) really 
has given a headache to believers!" Izvestia, 
Soviet newspaper, commented in an article en- 
titled "What is God?" 

"He flew right through the heavenly mansions 
and did not run into anyone: neither the 
Almighty, nor Archangel Gabriel nor the angels 
of heaven. It seems:, then, that the sky is 
empty! " 

The Communist Party, U. S. A., for tactical 
reasons, attempts to camouflage its atheistic 
convictions. However, it is a faithful champion 
of the atheism of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Khrush- 
chev and is working today to undermine the reli- 
gious faith of the American people. 

Over all, the Party has not had marked suc- 
cess in its attacks against the church. The 
Communists have found in religion a foe of the 
greatest tenacity, able to withstand the wither- 
ing firepower of Marxist-Leninist chicanery. 
The overwhelming majority of America's clergy 
are loyal citizens, devoted to working for the 
best interests of the Nation. Being men of God, 
they realize that Communism and religion are 
irreconcilable, that never can there be a truce 
between them. 

Americans can be truly thankful for the mag- 
nificent contribution which these men have made 
to our national life. This Nation was founded 
by men and women who believed in the Eternal, 
and religion remains today the mainstream of our 
culture . 

It is unfortunately true that, over the 
years, some clergymen — knowingly or otherwise — 
have lent their names and prestige to various 
Communist causes. In many instances, these 
individuals were supporting what they sincerely 
thought or had been led to believe were laudable 
social objectives and causes. They were sorely 
unfajniliar with the manner in which Coramiinists 
continuously exploit legitimate issues for their 
own ulterior objectives. 

Despite the fact that the Communists have 
had only limited success in exploiting the pres- 
tige of the clergy, we must face the tragic re- 
ality that any individual who aids the Communist 
conspiracy is one too many 



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of Dr. Klaus Fuchs. He was just one of many 
thousands of workers on a highly confidential 
project in World War II; — development of the 
atomic bomb. In fact, he was a rather undistin- 
guished-looking fellow, not likely to impress 
anyone as a conspicuous leader. Yet that one 
man— Klaus Richs — was responsible for tremendous 
and irreparable damage to our national security. 

Dr. Fuchs could steal only physical things, 
though they were vitally important. But our 
clergymen are dealing with properties of an 
incalculably higher value — the living souls of 
men and women, boys and girls. Their ideas, 
their actions, their example, are day after day 
helping to mold the spiritual values of our 
society. If they serve as sponsors of Party 
fronts, if they allow their names to be exploited 
in Party agitation programs, if they describe 
Communism as offering legitimate solutions to 
the problems of life, they stray from their 
sacred duty — guiding hearts and souls into a 
deeper faith in God. Clergymen, by the very 
nature of their calling, are dedicated, self- 
sacrificing individuals interested in social 
Justice. The Communists, on the other hand, are 
cynically exploiting for their own ends all the 
deficiencies, real or imagined, in our society. 
For this reason the Party's position, on occa- 
sion, may, for tactical reasons, coincide with 
the views of many clergymen on specific economic, 
political or social issues. We must be careful 
not to identify indiscriminately as Communists 
those clergymen whose views on a particular 
question may, at times, parallel the official 
Party position. Innuendoes, false accusations 
and unfounded charges can only weaken- the fight 
against Communism by diffusing the strength of 
the anticommunist forces. 

The ultimate aim of Communism is to refash- 
ion the image of man — to make him a servile crea- 
ture of the state, obedient to the whims of the 
ruling Party clique. Our clergymen are vitally 
needed today to help counteract the Communist 
challenge. Clergymen — and men who believe in 
God everywhere — literally stand on the front 
lines of this giant ideological battle. They 
have a vital task of helping strengthen the 
spiritual faith of our Nation. No group in 
America has a more significant role to play in 
protecting the historic values of our Judaic- 
Christian culture. 

The overwhelming majority of America's 
clergymen, in co-operation with their fellow-- 
Americans, are setting a wonderful example. The 
Communists realize that these men of God are 
their formidable opponents — men who are helping 
blunt the Communist offensive. But even one\ 
clergymEtn who, in any way, gives aid to the 
Communist movement is one too many. He makes 
more difficult the task of fighting the enemy. 
We must all work together to protect the Nation 



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former Bureau employees associated with ti^is £brm sliQ^ 
participate in ^y function ol your off iee. 



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ascertaiaed, identity of any former Bareau piarsonaet, t)o^ Special Agent and 
clerieai, currently ^aployed by caErtiteaed iir m_ ia addition to the lo Uowing: 



George R. Wackeatait: John S. AmmitreU, Jr.; 
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-Mr. Mohr 

- Mr. Belmont 

- Mr. Rosen 

- Mr. M. A. Jones 

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date: 4-16-62 

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EJiKEIN JS LTCLASSIPIED 

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Re memorandum dated 4-13-62 from Mr. G. S. Scatterda? 
to Mr. Rosen. Pursuant to the Director's instructions, all former FBI 
employees currently known to be now asspciated with the Wackenhiit Corporation 
are being removed from Bureau mailing lists. - -^ -- 

Stanley J. Tracy, reportedly elected as director of this Corporation; 
is also being removed from the Bureau's mailing Usts. 

r- The Miami Office is being requested by attached airtel to 
I discreetly ascertain the identity of any additional former FBI employees 
associated with this firm who are not currently known to the Bureau so that they 
too may be removed from Bureau mailing lists. Airtel to Miami additionally, 
reiterates instructions to refrain from any contact with former SAC Samuel K. 
McKee and' al^o instructs Miami to insure that no ex- employees currently 
associated with, the Wackenhut Corporation are invited to any Bureau functions: 

Attached also is an SAC Letter alerting the field to the character 
and activities of the Wackenhut Corporation. 




RECOMMENDATIONS: (3) 

(1) Along with all other ex- FBI employees now associated with the 
Wackenhut Corporation, former Assistant Directors Stanley J. Tracy and 
W. Richard Glavin be removed from Bureau mailing lists. ' 



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reiterating instructions to avoid contact with former SAC Samuel^K^Mc^ejuuL 
other employees of the Wackenhut Co:tTporation. 

25 APR 24 1952 

(3) Attached SAC Letter alerting the field to the character aiM"^"^ / 
activities of the Wackenhut Corporation be approved aittd apprbpriatelyndisseminatM. 

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The attached copy of /'The 
v^ackenhut Security Review^' was 
^ent to the Director by The 
Wj£kenii^^ Post 

Office Box 458; Coral Gables 34, 
I Florida.; 

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"A revolution Is the most authoritarian thing there is; it is the 
act whereby one part of the p»Dpulation imposes its will upon the 
other part by means of rifles, bayonets, and cannon , • and if the 
victorious party does not want to have fought in vain, it must 
maintain this rule by means of terror which its arms inspire in the 



reactionaries. 



— Ni kol a i Len i n" 



REVOLUTION! 

Now the bible of Communism was written and the pattern set - a pattern that would 
bring torture, prison and death to millions of people and cause other millions to flee from their coun- 
tries, leaving behind their relatives, their homes and all of their possessions. 

The work(Of Marx, the originator, and Engels, the collaborator, was complete. It 
needed only a man to put it into effect and start the juggernaut of Communism rolling across the face 
of the earth. The man stood ready, waiting. He was Nikolai Lenin. 

Lenin was educated as a lawyer and received his degree from the St. Petersburg 
University, where he stood first in the graduating class of 124 students. But he early gave up the 
practice of law. He devoted himself to studying the Marxist program and became a member of the 
radical underground groups that were plotting violent revolution and the overthrow of the Czar, He 
was exiled to Siberia for his activities and, after his release in 1900, spent the next 17 years wan- 
dering, through, the cities of^Western. Europe. . „ _, . - ^- ^^ -^ ..-, ^. 



During a Communist Party meeting in London, a significant dispute occurred. Many 
of the members were in favor of pacifist socicilism and opening the membership of the Party to all. 
Lenin was shocked. The Party, he said, was not for weaklings, the curious or halfhearted, who 

would turn and run at the sound of a gun. It was for the strong and the disciplined, the selected few 
who would dedicate their lives to the Communist Party with fanatical devotion, and who would lead 
the masses in successful revolution. 




Lenin won the fight for hard-core revolutionists, naming his supporters the "Bolshe- 
viks*', from the Russian word meaning majority; his opponents became known as the "Mensheviks", 
or the minority. > ^ _ // 

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inning and ever after, the Commur^B, did not, have or want the *^'^ 
multitudes as members ot the Party, The masses, they believe, are for "manipulation, to be deceiv- 
ed and led and controlled by the pov\^erful fev/ - as it happened in Russia, and is happening today in 
China, East Germany, Tibet and Cuba. But still the Communists continue to smile and hold out their 
arms in welcome, inviting the people of the world to come to them with promises of happiness, peace 
and plenty. 

In March 1917 a quarter-million Russian people burst upon the^streets of Petrograd, 
demonstrating against Czar Nicholas II and his tyrannical government. There was comparatively 
little violence, but the revolt was successful/ and within a week the Czar had abdicated and had 
been placed with his family under house arrest. 

This was a true revolution of the people, and the Communists would regret forever 
that they could not claim credit for the overthrow of the Czar. Where were the Communist leaders? 
Abroad. With a new liberal regime in power, headed by Alexander Kerensky, Nikolai Lenin came ' 
rushing back from exile in Switzerland, and to his side from Siberia came another Communist named 
Joseph Stalin, — — — — "'^"^~*''"'^'^""" ■ ■^-^™..-..-^ .. - .--*^ ^.^__^. ^ 

The plotting began immediately, Lenin bitterly denounced the Kerensky government 
and demanded the establishment of a Communist dictatorship of the proletariat. He and his aides 
worked furiously to build up the strength of the Red Guard. To the workers he promised "Peace, Land 
and Bread!" He appealed to the hungry and the ragged soldiers who had deserted and straggled home 
after their disastrous defeat by the Gemnans on the World War I front. Insurrectionists in the army and 
navy and among the labor unions and peasants were organized and armed. 

". , , you are given a rifle and a splendid machine gun equipped according to the 
last word of machine technique; take this weapon of death and destruction, do not listen to the senti- 
mental whiners who are afraid of war. Much has been left in the world that must be destroyed by fire 
and iron for the liberation of the working class , . . prepare to organize new organizations and utilize 
these so useful weapons of death and destruction against your own government and your bourgeoisie", 
Lenin urged. Like a tiger in ambush now, he was awaiting only the right moment to spring. 

It came on November 7, 1917. The country was in chaos, and the main army was 
still engaged on the war fronts when Lenin gave the order to strike. The armed Bolsheviks raged 
through the streets of Petrograd seizing all government offices. The Red Guard marched upon the 
W I ntej-^Pa lace and opened~flre7"jomeaTDy trailwouslarm^ " 

government. Under the fierce attack the Palace C^uard went down in defeat; the dead covered the 
grounds and the steps as the Bolsheviks rushed inside to capture the Palace and government officials. 
Within the next few weeks all the important cities in Russia fell before the force and violence of the 
Communists. The Bolshevik revolution was a success. 

At that moment, one of history's greatest threats to humanity was born. A handful 
of 40,000 hard-core Communists and their followers had conquered a nation with a population the 
size of the United States. In the next 44 years, impossible as it seems, the Communists would go on 
to capture and enslave nearly a billion more people throughout the world. 



The Wackenhut Corporation is a notional security and investigative organization 
headed by former Special Agents of the FBI. Acutely aware of the threat of Communism, it presents 
this series of articles to its friends and employees throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Copies 
may be secured by writing G, Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The Wackenhut Corporation, 
3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, 










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- '• riaLL HJFOR'MATION CONTAINED 
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THF IJACHENHUT CO RPORATION^. 
CHARIES B. PL5CK;'°'3R. ANi> ASSOCIATES, INC. 




Re SAC Letter 62-24 (b) dated 4/24/62. 

Enclosed for. , the information of the Bureau is a 
letter from CHARLES B.™lACK, JR., District Manager, THE 
WACKENHUT CORPORATION, Philadelphia Office, 2 Penn Center 
"Plaza, Philadelphia,- Pa., to SA JAMES OAKLEY of oior Camden 
Resident Agency, together with a folder on THE WACKENHUT 
CORPORATION. 

It will be noted that PLACK is now associated with 
THE WACKENHUT- CORPORATION and we will be guided according to 
the instructions in referenced SAC Letter. SA OAKLEY did not 
acknowledge the letter and it will not be acknowledged. 

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the retail trade exceeds five hundred mil- 
lion dollars, and fire destroys another 
billion dollars worth of property. 

In addition, business espionage is on the 
increase and is becoming highly special- 
ized. Theft of a single company secret from 
a drug firm recently resulted in the loss of 
millions of dollars worth of sales. Loss of 
Government classified documents put an- 
other company out of business. A young 
cashier of a loan company recently em- 
bezzled nearly $186,000 over a four and 
one-half year period. 

Is it any wonder, then, that many of the 
predicted fifteen thousand businesses to go 
bankrupt this year will have failed be- 
cause of fire, theft, sabotage, information 
leaks, failure to properly comply with 
Government security regulations and em- 
bezzlement? 



Are your buildings, property and mer- 
chandise protected against illegal entry, 
fire, internal and external theft? 

Are your employees thoroughly screened 
before they are hired; are your company's 
valuable secrets safe in their hands? 

Have your offices been checked for the 
presence of electronic Ustening devices? 
Are your premises scientifically secured? 
Has a survey of your installation been 
made recently to determine your security 
needs? 

Investigation before consummation of a 
partnership, business contract, or the hir- 



ing of key personnel can prevent future 
difficulties. Loss pretention can be assured; 
recovery can not;: ^^ ' * 



You know best the answer to the ques- 
tion, "How secure is your business?", and 
whether or not you need professional 
assistance. 

The Wackenhut Corporation, a young 
and progressive organization with a staff 
of vigorous and highly trained executives, 
is fully qualified to solve all of your secur- 
ity problems. Headed by former Special 
Agents of the FBI, it is one of the largest 
organizations of its type in the nation, pro- 
viding management consulting, security 
and investigative services to business, in- 
dustry and the professions throughout the 
United States and Puerto Rico. 

The Wackenhut Corporation services 
are tailored to the individual requirements 
of your management. They may range 
from an investigation, a safety survey or a 
single guard, to a force of hundreds of men 
providing security arid fire protection serv- 
ices at missile launching bases. 

We will be glad to consult with you on 
any of your security arid managertient 
problems. 

MAY WE HELP YOU SAFEGUARD 
YOUR BUSINESS? 

Call or write: 

The Wackenhut Cqrpqration . 

Philadelphia-Distrkt Office 

Two Penn Center Plaza 

Philadelphia 2, Pa; ;: 

Telephone: LOcust 3-6838 ^' ■ : 



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May 1, 1962 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

32SO PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD 

CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 



PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 

TWO PENN CENTER PLAZA 

LOCUST 3-6838 



Mr. James Oakley 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Post Office Building 

Camden, New Jersey 

D^9,r Jim: 

I am happy to tell you that I have merged my company, Charles 
B. Flack, Jr. , and Associates, Inc. , with The Wackenhut Corporation 
of Coral Gables, Florida. This young, progressive organization, headed 
by former Special Agents of the FBI, provides security and investigative 
services on a national scale to business, industry and the professions. 

It is serving many of the nation*s largest corporations and has 
more than 2,000 employees throughout the United States and Puerto . r 
Rico. Among other projects, it is guarding four Titan and Atlasrnissile ' 
launching bases. 

As District Manager, I have assumed responsibility for the 
operation in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey area, where we will offer the 
full range of Wackenhut services. 

There are nciany advantages to you under this new arrangement, 
including nationwide coverage for your investigative problems and the 
opportunity to call upon the extensive knowledge and facilities of this 
top quality, nnodern security organization; 

I hope to see you soon, but if there is any way we can serve you in 
the ncieantime, please call me. 



Sincerely yours. 








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The Wackenhut Corporation 

Coral Sables, Florida and Buffalo, N.Y, 

NATIONAL ACADEMY MA1:TER 



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Chief of Police aEMENT J. YOUNG, NA, Plattsburgh, f 
New York Police Department:, on 4/18/62, turned over to / ^ 
SA EDWARD A* MC SHANE, Jr. the attached copy of a cpfiiraunica- '/) 
tion dated 4/10/62, which br)had received from HARRY e\ 
MANICAS, Area Manager, Th6^mckenhji£.£:^3)j^ Coral \ 
Gables, Florida, and Buffalo, New York, The letter states\ f\^ 
that Chief YOUNG 's name was obtained through the National 
Academy Regis ter ^ and requests investigation of one \^ 

in the Plattsburgh area. 



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Chief YOUNG stated that he does not know MANIAS 
and does not intend to conduct any investigation for hilft^ 
Chief YOUNG felt that the Bureau might be interested i^ 
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Albany files reflect HARRY EMMANUEL MANICAS "was - 
a Special Agent from 1/5/i-^Z to 8/22/44 when his resirgna- 
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Dear Mr. Young: 




Former Ai^drggg; 



Your name was obtained through the National Academy Register, 
I would greatly appreciate *your cooperation in the handling 
of a claim in your area. If for any reason you are unable to 
handle this assignment, I would appreciate your assistance in 
turning this matter over to a competent investigator of your 
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As a result 
An EBT developed that the subject was 



formerly affili tiled with the following Union in your area. 
Please conduct a full inquiry through U nion Local 183 . 
Labor ers Union, Plattsburg. New York . 

Purpose of investigation is to develop full information 
availjible through this source, including all details of 
background information, former employers and former residences. 
May we hnve your reply at your earliest possible convenience. 

Please include h stetement. setting forth your time and expenses 
in this handling, A check ivill be f- vorded by return mail. 



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. J. F. MArp^Et 
. MANiCAS 



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The ^acken hut Corporation 

Corgi GableSy^.E 

NATIONAL ACADEMY MATTER 



By eoMniunication dated 4/24/62, SAC, Albany, advised1;hat 
Chief of Police Clement J. Young, National Academy, Plattsburgh, New York, 
Police Department, on 4/18/62 turned over to Special Agent Edward A. McShane, Jr. , 
a copy of a communication dated 4/10/62, which was received from Harry E. 
Manicas, Area Manager, The WackenlSiut Corporation, Coral Gables, Florida, 
and Buffalo, New York. 




The letter states that Chief Young's name was obtained through the 
Natio nal Academy Registe r (Directory of Graduates) and requests investigation 



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of onq [in the Plattsburgh, New York, area. The matter 

was obvfousljr^^iot a police matter and iManicas indicated that CHef Young would 
be paidfSr his. services. Chief Young stated that he does not know Manicas 
and does not intend to conduct any invest igation for him. 

^Albany files reflect Harry Emmanuel Manicas was a Special Agent 
from 7/5/A3 to 8^22/44, when his resignation was requested because of 
unsatisfact5)ry rf^velopment. 



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I This is an apparent attempt on the part of Wackenhut to exploit 

police officers for the purpose of handling their investigations. This would 
seem to be an undesirable as well as an unethical practice which should be 
discouraged. Although we have no control over who ultimately receives copies 

(of the National Academy Directoiyof Graduates, it would seem within our province tc§ 
tell Manicas that we do not want the Directoiyof Graduates used as a possible '^ 

inducement to obtain the cooperation of National Academy Graduates to do the 
work of his organization. 



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the President of ^the orgahi^^ 



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point out to Wachenhut that this practice is undesirable* 



2. That the SAC at Buffalo be authorized to call upon Manicas and tell 
him that the Bureau does not appreciate the use of the National Academy 
Directoiyof Graduates as a means of his obtaining the cooperation of law 
enforcement to do the work of Wackenhut. K approved, Training and Inspection 
Division will handle. 




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THE WACONAUT CQRPOBAilON 

CORAL GABLES, FLQiUDA, AKD BUFFALO, NEW XCHIS 

NATIONAL ACADEMY MAtTl^ 



Reference is mad#tp SAC Letter #62-24(B) outlining infor- 
mation concerning l^e Wackenhut Corporation. 

Chi^ ^ Folice Clement J. T(Mtng, National Aeactemy, 
Plattsburg^, New YoiIe, Police DepartmeM, has fvrni^ed a copy of a 
letter received from the captioned indivlibiai. Iliis letter states that 
Chief Young's name was obtained through the National Academy Register 
(Di rectory o^Graduatea ^ and requests Young to conduct investigation of 
one | | in the Hattslmrgh, New York, area. The matter 

was €rit>viou8ly not a police matter fid Manicas indicated that Ch|^ Young 
would be paid for his services. . A copy :0f4nstant letter is enclosed. 

^ -^ aiiis is an apparent attempt on the part d The Wackenhut 
Corpor^iOtt ^"exploit police officers for the purpose of handling their 
investigation^; Although we have no control over individuals who m^t 
ultimately receliire copies of the National Academy Directory of Graduates, 
it is witl# our Jlrovince to advise such individuals as lianicas that we do 
not want jhe Directory of Graduates used as a possible inducement to ' 
I tbtainthj^ cooperation of National Academy graduates to do the work of his 



Harry Emmanuel Manicas was a^cial Agent from 7/5/43 
to 8/22/44, v^en his resignation was requested because of unsatisfactory 
ilevelopmrat. 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
IHPORMATION CONCEItNING 



Re SAC Letter #62-24 (b) 
,)/■& regarding the Wackenhut Corporation. 

_• The Bureau Is advised that this Corporation has 
j opened of flees in Philadelphia in the Penn Center Building 
Mth former SA CHARLES B. FLACK acting as representative 




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•Sm^WGI^ssifi^. the"%aCKENHUT CORF'ORATION^ 

— The "Washington Post, and Times Herald" issue of 

Apfil 11, 1962, contained an article called "Capital Commerce," m\ 
in which it mentioned that four Washingtonians had been ^ ) 

elected to the Board of Directors of the Wackenhut Corporation. a) / 
organized eight years a§o by former FBI Agents as a security f/ 
and investigative organizata^. It named the new Directors Pf 
to be JiajjaL.General Joseph V^ ^Bdllon ( USAF - re tfredKlittornev. 
Maifii: ^gj^eral Kenneth P::ft McMaughton (USAF - retired) . — '"^'^ \ 

Vic^rrPrelutent. Fairchild Camera and., Jin stlm^OIcrrpQrat i on ; \ ^ i 
' Stanle V J^ ^racy . Attbrhe v : and JRobert Cr ^eadock . V' 

Washington Manager of Beloit Iron Works, v^ihe article stated 
thaC'f Kf l?aclcennut Cbrpb in Coral Gables, 

I Florida, '^now has more than 2,000 employees from coast to, 
coast. Mr, Tolson requested that a detailed memorandmii be 
prepared on the Wackeiihflt.C()yporation. .a 




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concerning the Wackenhut Coirporation, individuals; who are 
officials and employees of the Corporation,andftJs general 
operation. In substance, it appears that,,Jeorge^_Wa^ 



3 (^gcialiAgent in Bu reaulfn^jOy^ _ 
|l suDseguentT:^~Ms"~i^^ on , . bee ame associated with an<i 
manager of the Miami, Florida, office of Fidelifax, Inc., 

Jan organization which has a}|ents^ doing private investigative 
work throughout the United btale s. At some unstated date 
following his resignation Wackenhut and three other former 
ll Agents (names not indicated in Bureau files) formed a company 
'8 known as ^Special A^^ent Investigators,*^ which apparently was 
* the organization which was the predecessor of the Wackenhut 



xne organizaxion wnicn was xne preaecessor or xne nacKennux 
jj em^^poration. Bureau files do not^state specifically when 

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the Wackenhut Corporation came into existence as such. The 
Wackenhut Corporation, as it is known now, is a security 

!and investigative organization offering its services to 
business, industry, and the professions, and as of October ./ 
iQ^T ^fj ^ license d and operat ing in ten s tates in this 
country and throughout the toMflOiiw ealth ot Puerto kico. 

FOI^MER BUR EAlLEMRLaW ^ES^GOMECTED 

WITH THE W ACK ENHUT CORPORATION ^ ^. , ,. 

George R .Mfackenhut (pre^ou^y mentioned) , Pres ident 
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and Cha i rman~or~f 



John S' ^AJ^aBmarell > Jr., former Special Agent (SA) 
from 5-ll-^R7=fesi^ed 1:^-31-54 



Director FBI from 4-6- 




in. former SA, Inspector and Assistant 
retired 5-31-54 



Samuel kt-fkcKee^ former SA and SAC from 3-31-30, 
retired 2-^g^3 



former SA from 



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former SA from 7-15-40, resigned 



_jiL, former SA from 1946-57, as of 

up the new office of Wackenhut Corporation, 



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1 February, 19527Tieade 
\\ Puerto Rico . 

C^ua^^Stofissa, TSrn^f'^SS from 1^951-53, employed 
[|as a securT^~speciafl.st involving the inspection and training 
j|of security guards -.^^^e^ 

The above former Efureau employees appear to occupy 

« executive or administrative- positiojate with the Wackenhut 
Corporation. ttfeBrare^EBmeromv other Aureau employees. infijLudln; 
n SA's_as well as clerical_andi_^^^r^hir'pers^mel tEat^e7 
rTJports. e^l^red wi?HQhe_ CorpCL^^oL SAC Grapp, 



Miami, advised in 1962'TnIf ^£Eefe~were g^^^^^pEutss§nfefe£i2Ka- 
forme^SA's ejnploygd^b ^jyie^Wa cfcenhut-CojpoxatJm/ ^^"fi^^ 
atAVicfor^PTSeay in Februai hr. 1962, became employed by Wackenhut. 
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Re: The Wackenhut Corporation 



BUREAU RELATIONS AND MISCELIJ^EOUS INFORMATION 

Shortly after Wackenhut resigned from the Bureau 
he and three other former Agents from the FBI formed the 
company known as "Special Agent Investigators." The Bureau 

*was ialerted at that time because of the strong possibility 
which existed that clients of this company might be led to 
believe that these men still had some affiliation with the 

jjFBI. Subse<3[uently, by letter dated 1-18-57, the Miami 
Office was instructed to avoid contact with the compan y because 

[of misleading advertisements it iiad usea in newspapers and 

I the telephone directory. r>^^j^Qj^j^_^ S^t^ WsdoV^^ _ 

As mentioned previously, Wackenhut was the Miami 
representative of Fidel if ax. Inc. In 1956 an SAC letter 
instructed all offices in the Bureau to be circumspect in 
their dealing with Fidel if ax because of its tendencies to 
capitalize on the former affiliation voTf"; .many of its 
eiiq)ioyees with the Bureau. 

In March, i960, ttip SAC in Miami arlvispd that hip 




had received information fromf 



] Air Force Missile 



Test Center J Patrick Air Force Base, Florida , that approximately 
a year previousr thereto he had been off ered employment by 

WacJ 



the Wackenhut group during a luncheon attended by 
J and_ one | |Wackenhu t to Id [ 



arkenbut 



xnat ne could use a man witn nis experience and background and 
offered him $10 000 a year. Wackenhut indic ated that he could 
start earning the money while still employed l I 

J indicated that obviously Wackenhut was 



interest ea in operating the 350-man security police force at 
Cape Canaveral, currently (1960) manned bv Pan-American 
employees. Wackenhut inferred to l [ that he could begin j^g 
by attempting to convince his superiors that such a change would 



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be to the best interests of the company . 

Wackenhut that he was not interested, invited him, Wackenhut, 

to leave, and has had no further contact with him. 

Considerable correspondence has been received froiil^ 
variousypfficials of the Wackenhut Corporation j beginning with 
a letter on 10-2-,'(Sl from George R. Wackenhut, m which he set 



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forth the setup of the organization and furnished the names 
and background of various officials. Other individuals 
connected with the organization have written to the Bureau, 
setting forth that the organization was doing everything in 
its power to help combat coinmunism, Mdtthat the- eoT^cly^^tion was 
printing a review which was published monthly ancl distributed 
to clients, friends, and 2,000 Wackenhut euiployees throughout 
the United States and Puerto Rico. Requests >yere made to 
receive all types of literature possible concerning the 
Director's addresses regarding communism and other bulletins 
and pamphlets issued by the Bureau along that line. This 
request was specifically made, : a Wackenhut official indicated, 
as they wished to build up a library for their employees. The 
letters received from these officials of Wackenhut were 
answered by Miss Gandy in absence of the Director. No 
material has been furnished Wackenhut a nd as of March 14 ^ 1962, 
the names "of five former bA's of the tBi , who have been i|^ ^^e^ 
RureaUrfmailing list were^ i?,emoved 




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8"4"I6^, information was sH forth Hliat on 7-29-6i^aiii McKde, 
SAC contact of the Miami Office and former SAC in the Bureau, 
advised Assistant Director Mai one that in his opinion 
SAG Grapp was "suffering from an overdose of public relationism," 
In explaining what he had in mind, McKee commented that when 
SAG 0rapp meets anyone he, so obviously turns on the charm 
that he gives the impression of insincerity. In addition, 
McKee commented that during the week endiil^ 7-29-61 he had 
occasion to call SAC Grajpp on another matter and during the 
conversation the inspection^, which had just been comjileted,, 
was discussed. McKee indicated that he could laot^iic^lw^ 
brought up the subject, that he had heard possibly from an 
ex-Agent in Miami that the inspectors wfere in town. He stated 
that while in conversation with SAC Grapp, Grapp made the 
comment "they must be really out to get me when they send 
down the chief head shr inker." McKee commented that this 
statement on the part of Grapp left him "cold/ and in his y 
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Assistant Director Malone requested a memorandum 
from SAG Grapp and in a conversation with him Grapp admitted 
having a conversation with McKee, but denied making any 
comment such as stated above. In Assistant Director's initial 
conversation with Grapp ^ Grapp admitted that he may have 
used the term "head shrinker/ but on further reflection felt 
certain that he did not. Grapp stated that McKee had called 
him seeking information regarding the highjacked Eastern 
Airline plane which had been flown to Havana. Grapp advised 
that he did not give McKee any information and obviously was 
using the means of retaliation by making the statements that 
he had to Assistant Director Malone. Grapp 's memorandum of 
explanation stated that he had never told anyone inside or 
outside the Bureau that the Inspector was "out to get him." 
Grapp 's explanation continued by summing up his numerous 
contacts with McKee, since McKee became associated with the 
Wackenhut Corporation. In substance, Grapp stated that 
McKee had made every effort to cultivate him, apparently in 
order to secure information from the Bureau to which he was 
not entitled. Grapp mentioned that McKee had mentioned that 
he had enticed a former Bureau en5)loyee with twenty-five years 
service to come to work at the Wackenhut firm. McKee requested 
the names of former Bureau clerical employees and SA employees 
so that he might hire them for the Wackenhut Corporation. 
Grapp described a luncheon engagement with .McKee and Ammarel 1 
(previously mentioned) es a bragging contesfHSeTweenT^MfeTr 
and McKee as to which of the two was the greatest and involved 
\a recitation of their many accomplishments. At this same 
luncheon McKee mentioned that he thought that "Eduardo!s 
I Rgstaurant" ,was a dirty place and highly overrated , and"had 
ctoiie good business only because of the free publicity the 
owner had received by the visits of former Vice-President Nixon, 
former Attorney General Rogers, and the Director . Grapp also 
commented that McKee discoursed af*|rengtn in a long belittling 
..harangue about the promiscuous sex/life of President Kennedy 
[J and his alleged detailed knowled^.of^i|^.^^'^^ 

Grapp continued by statirigTmit,subsequeniri^ to 
luncheon engagement on 7-28-61 or 7-29-61 , McKee called him 
at the office and stated he "understood there were visitors 
in town" and wanted to know why the office was under inspection 

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because he knew that the Miami Office had been under Inspection 
three months previous thereto, Grapp advised McKee that the 
inspection, so far as he wasyjcpncerned, was a routine matter. 
Grapp again reiterated that he had not stated to McKee that 
the inspection staff was here **to get him," Grapp said 
that either McKee was a liar or confused. 

Grapp vsiiiimied up his memorandum by stating that 
McKee was "piqued" because Grapp did not agree with everything 
McKee said; that Grapp was not personally overawed by McKee *s 
self-claimed importance; thsit Grapp. has riot used his official 
position to refer prosj^ective clients to McKee (as requested 
by McKee); and Grapp will nt: permit McKee or anyone else 
to purloin personnel or information from the FBI, 

SAC Grapp in a letter to the Bureau in February, 
! 1962, sets forth additional information concerning McKee. 
At that time he stated that while jGeorgeWa^kenhuJL was 
associated with a group knom as "Special Agent Investigators" 




received indicates that Wackenh ut resorts to "fisticuffs" (|Uite 
Sasily;^ that several yeafs~£^^^^^^^^^^eived^^^mati^^ 
_ lis wife'^as having an^^jf^^^^h^^^^^^grjo^uOi^^m^ 
j'^^^^^^^ terj iimr ^ g^o^ Grapp said ?fe'S^,3ackenhut i3_algo, 
j^^ ^^Ye fse^^ for acco rdi^^^^juim^r ^^^ 

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In this same mentioned communication from SAC Grapp, 
Grapp stated that he had received numerous requests from 
McKee to come to the Wackenhut Corporation offices to pay "a 
courtesy call." Grapp advised that he has always been busy 
and had prior commitm ents. On one occasion McKee requested that 
the Miami Office hire l I 

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Re: The Wackenhut Corporation 



Grapp eontinued in his letter, stating that in 
October, 1961, an ex-agent of the Wackenhut Corporation repeated 
in confidence that McKee had made a disparaging remark 
concerning an FBI employee who \vas involved in an investigation 
of an alleged impersonation by a Wackenhut employee, McKee 
was contacted by an Agent of the Miami Office, and according 
to the ex- agent, McKee had told others in the Wackenhut 
Corporation after the interview that he had told the FBI Agent, 
"Son, you don't have enough facts for a 47-0 reference." 
McKee, according to Grapp, pkssed this statement off as a joke 
and referred to; iis^-McKee's, great superiority over the Agent. 
The Agent conducting the investigation stated positively that 
no such reference as quoted above was ever made to him by 
McKee. Grapp commented that this appeared to be another 
instance of McKee falsifying the facts for his own personal 
glory. 

Grapp stated that he had adyised all personnel in 
his office to be most circumspect in any contact with McKee 
and to keep these contacts at a minimum. The Director commented 
in this regard that there should be no contact with McKee^ 

Grapp advised that 



advised that Cyrus W. ThompsoiL, a former FBI agent from 
1951 to 1953 ^"^s employed in a key position as security 
specialist with the Wackenhut Corporation. The informant 
advised that Thompson .was a homosexual, who had had "affair s" 

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| fgiSvse?;^eraI years while he, Thompson ."^"^ 

was employed by Sheriff Kelly as a deputy. 

The Bureau has continued to receive, either through the 
Miami Office or from officials of the Wackenhut Corporation, 
copies of the publication "The Wackenhut Security Review." 
These reviews deal primarily with communism and what should 
be done to fight it. 

On 3-20-62 SAC Grapp called the Bureau requesting 
urgent delivery of 3 000 copies of the Ri rertnr < s Val 1 ev Fnrg^ 
speech > He stated that he wanted them fod 



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disseminate certain li terature and Grapp felt that we should 
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They ar e: Majogr^^J^enfifal 
Jcis^"^ Dillon (IXSAF-raO. 
attorney; Major General Ken- 
neth P. McNaughton (USAF-i 
ret.), vice president of Fair-; 
child Camera & Instrument! 
Corp.; Stanley J. Trac^ , attor-; 
"eadock, 



ney, arid Kobert 
^o_ ^^ --- „ Washington manager of Beloit 

Liberty's) gj^^ ^f American Cyanamid j^q^ Works. 



^^xtsA Commerce 

j 

New Records Shown 
By Liberty Mutual 

I ^ By S. Oliver Goodman V ^ 

' Financial Editor \ 

Liberty Mutual Insurance Companies, one of the 
Nation's leading multiple line firms, yesterda y reporte d 
a pacfliil^^^*^ millioa=fe=Sfi£ premiums writtefSS^tPSl. 

I The total was 4.9 per centr ^ ;rrTr^^^ -7rf^y^^ t^ 

\ higher than $389.8 million writ- ^g| ^ siverd is general' man- 

^ ten in 1960, according to R. H. ^ggj, ^f the agricultural divi- 

, Ford, manager of Liberty'sj gj^^ ^f American Cyanamid 

j Washington office, ; qq 

j Net income from operations , ' . 

j Increased 21.8 per cent to $65,- 1 Building Permits Dip 

\ 371,903 during the year. ; q c building permits issued 

After providing for divi- j in March totaled $6,856,295, 

, dends, losses, expenses and compared with $6,882,413 a 
taxes, a balance of $18,222,000 year ago. The latest total 
remained from underwriting was swelled by a permit foi' 

j and investment income, accord-, ^an apartment hotel valued ali 
ing to (Ford. This was an in- $2.5 million, 
crease of $10,650,000 over re-i The city's permit total for 
suits for the previous year. , the first quarter of 1962 
Leading line of Liberty Mu- amounted to $32,950,482, well 
tual is workmen's compensa- ahead o £^ $29^6^ 376 in the 

i tion insurance, with $149.2 mil- corresponaing^:p"fe r i o d last 
lion in premiums written last; year, 
year; This was an increase of] '* ? r^ i 

\ 5.29 per cent over the previous Rising Level Expected 
year- [ Don't look for boom busi- 

The company's auto insur- ; ^ess but the general level of 

, ance premiums aggregated economic activity will acceler- 

j $134.9 million for the year; up ^te as the year wears on. 

^ $2.2 million. That's the prediction of 

Other premium writings for Franklin 0. Briese, vice prers- 

the year, all showing gains,i iderBt of Minnesota Mutu^al 

included: health insurance,( j^jfe insurance Co., as ex- 

I $44,416,061; general liability, pressed at a regional meeting 
$43,916,010; fire and allied , ^f the American Life Conven- 
lines, $31,775,627; crime and , tion. More than 175 top l^ife 

; miscellaneous, $4,584,674. i insurance executives ended a; 

Combined assets of the Lib- : two-day conference yesterday 

\ evty Mutual's various ' com-t ~ J^t the Shoreham Hotel. 

jpanies were $789 million at the| -pjig price outlook, Briese 

I end of 1961 an increase of ggjtj js for relative stability 

; 1L28 per cent. f^j. a considerable period and 

J j^ . » . ' there will be a moderately in-| 

A Groivmg Business . creasing interest rate for thefj 

Manufacture of products fori \ remainder of the year 
the improvement of animal |^ * i> j 

health now constitutes a ma-*^!- 4 Named to Board 
jor U. S. industry, with sales 
in excess of 
$200 million a ^"'■ 
year. 

; This was 

: pointed out 
yesterday by 

i Clifford D. Si- 
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Sullivan, 
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Trotter 

Tele Room 

Holmes 

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Wackenhut, headquartered 
in Coral Gables, Fla., now has 
more than 2000 emp*e»ee4-am 
coast to coast. 



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elected presi- ^ 
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Institute, 
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Four Washihgtonians have 
been elected to the board of 
directors of The Wackerthuf 
Corp., organized eight years 
Wgo by former FBI agents as 
Wni^ifv_an fi inveg^tjaajasft. or- 1 Meetings 

American Gas Association 



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Campbell Diversfjies 

Campbell Soup Co., despite 
its name, is a diversified food 
company providing a wide 
variety of convenience foods, 
the Washing- 
ton Society of 
"investment 
-uinalysts was 
told yesterday. 

A. B. Heilig, ^ 
t r e a s u rer of I 
Campbell, I 
pointed out 
that a diversif i- 
eaition program 
in recent years 
has added 
bean products, 
juices, canned spaghetti, 
macaroni, gravies and sauces, j 
frozen dinners and bakedj 
goods, ^-^ -^ ■ ' 

Emphasizing the importance; 
of new products, Heilig said 
that 33 per cent of Campbeirsj 
business in 1961 came from 
products added in the last lOJ 
years. j 

"This year," he said, *'we 
are introducing more new| 
products than we have ever, 
introduced in one year." j 

For the 26 weeks ended Jan 
28, 1962, the company repoirted 
sales of $298 million, up 3.3 
per cent. Net earnings of $22,- 
770,000 increased 5.9 per cent. 



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The Washington Post andJi^LO, 
Times Herald 

The Washington Daily News 

The Evening Star „_ 

New York Herald Tribune 

New York Journal- American 

New York Mirror. 



New York Daily News . 
New York Post 



The New York Times . 



Worker . 



The New T.ead^r - fr ?/ 

The Wall Street Journal 

^'-The^ National Sibserver 'f' 
Date 



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yesterday opened a three-day; 
meeting in the Shoreham Ho- 
tel. Washington Gas Light 
Co. employes will present a 
oduction at a din-. 
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A joint meeting of the Cap- 

the National Association of 
Bank Women will be held to- 
night at the Belle Havenl 
Country Clul^. _ ^ Vincent C.'. 
Burke Jr., trust officer of 
Riggs National Bank, will bei 
guest speaker. < 

Charles J. Hitch, assistant; 
secretary (comptroller) of the 
Defense Department, will dis- 
cuss "Management of the De-i 
fense Dollar" at a^ meeting i 
Thursday night of the Federal; 
Government Accountants As- ^ 
sociation in the Naval Weap-. 
ons plant. • . 

Harold R. Sieber has been 
appointed district sales man- 
ager of the- new Washington 
office of the Cramer Division, 
Giannini CoMrols Corp., at 
4435 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 
. T. B. Mappes, Washington 
district manager-sales for the 
St. Louis-San Francisco Rail- 
way Co., has been appointed 
assistant to the president. He 
will continue in "his present 
Washington post 

James Cerruti^ former sen- 
ior editor of Holiday magazine, 
has joined the editorial staff 
^of the National Geographic. 

Mark Day, former partner 
in Moore-Day Motors, Inc., 
has been appointed manager 
of the technical research divi- 
sion of O'Neill Associates, 
Inc., Bethesda business service 
agency. 

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Directors of The Riggs Na- 
tional Bank have appointed' 
Milton A. Barlow, executive! 
vice president of Hot'Shoppes,i 
Inc., as a mem- 
ber of the 
Riggs. Advis- 
ory Board of 
Branches. 

Jefferson 
Federal S a v- 
ings & Loap 
Association is 
the latest in 
.the area to an- 
nounce it will 
boost divi- 
dends on savings in the sec- 
ond quarter to a rate of 4V4 
per cent. , j 

Electro International, Inc. J 
Annapolis research and man- 
ufacturing firm, announced 
opening of a government liai- 
son office in the Transporta- 
tion Building, 17th and H sts. 




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OnTIOJJAU FORM NO. 10 ^rCj^^mxJv 

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subject: 



SAC, MlaiDi (66-2466) 

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THE WACKENHUT GQRK)RATIOH 



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^ 'Mi INFORMATION CONUIN, 
KFPEIW IS iraCLASSIFlBD. 
EXCEPT WHIEE SHOWWi ' 
OTHERWISE ,1 ' ' 

ReBualrtel 4/17/62, captioned as above. 




On May 16, 1962 » one o£ ikhe Agents of the Miami 
Of flee 1>y ehance saw forioer Speeial Agent ALBERT J. LAVERY 
in the downtown Miami arcta. LAVERY advised that he was 
presently working for the Wackenhut Gorporatic»Ei as an 
investigator on atk hourly l)asis. He eoomented that he did 
not Aeek this employment,^ litut that the Wackenhut Corporation 
had contacted him stating former Special Agent CARL J. MARTIN, | 
Who is also associated with them, was aware that he had 
recently retired and recommended him to them as a possible 
employee* 

Mr* LAVERY gave no indication that he considered | 
this permanent employment nor did he farther discuss any other 
employment opportunities i^hich he had been looking into. , 

The above is furnished for the Bureau's information. 



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(b) the WACKENHUT^ corporation -■■ Captioned organization, 
organiz^e^d^^by'^Tari^^^ as a security and 

investigative firm, currently operates in several states 
and Puerto Rico. Firm has utilized misleading advertisements, 
attempts to capitalize on former FBI affiliation of its 
employees and its officials have reportedly engaged in 
personal misconduct and questionable business activities. 
All offices must refrain from any contact with this 
organization, absolutely no cooperation should be extended 
and its employees should participate in no Bureau office 
functions. Any inquiries or approaches from this firm or 
its employees must be immediately reported to the Bureau. 



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SAC^ Philadelphia {62-0\-^QvvT\:m:EE.smm} 

THE JJACKENHUT CORPORATION; 
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During a contact with Chief JOHN G. GOOD (NA 
iOf^W113^$amsport, SA WALTER V. MC LAUGHLIN was advised CMef 
GOOD ha(| received a letter from Forme r Spec ial Agent ^ 
|CJMBLES^*^^MGJj( JR*, in which advice was" given that gfeACK 
ihaamerg^Cms company, CHAEIiES B. PLACK, JR., and Associate^ 
[inci, with the Wackenhut Corporation of Coral Gables, Fla.^ 

FLACK continued that as District jvianager he ha^ 
[assumed responsibility for the operation of the J/fe^enhui 
i Corporation^ in £ennsylyanla and New^.Jeraey* His office §" 
■^2 Penn Center Plaza, Philadelphia, Pa., 



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servic^l^feof the Wackenhut Corporation. Photostat copies of 
the le't^^V and brochure are enclosed herewith for the 
Bureaui^a^ advice , 

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J ;^ ^^ >lJ. Written in ink at the bottom of the letter was 
i^e^not^^ "Police Pirea:ms School Lecturer - Remember? 
t^S^B. "'^.Similar letters were received at the Philadelphia 
Ofrice by Field Supervisor NORRIS HARZENSTEIN and myself. ; 
am^.:watching the matter very closely and the Bureau will be 
jk^^b adyised of any unethical developments. ^^ 




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Services for nxanacjement and tJie professions 



May 1, 1962 



EXECUTIVE OFP'CES 

32SO PONCf oi: LEON BOULEVARD 

CORAl gables. FLORIDA 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE 

TWO PENN CENrtP PLAZA 

LOCUST 3-6838 



Mr. John G. Good 

Chief of Police 

W illiamsport, Pennsylvania 



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Dear Chief; 



I am happy to tell you that I have merged my conapany, Charles 
B, Flack, Jr. , and Associates, Inc, , with The Wackenhut Corporation 
of Coral Gables, Florida, This young, progressive organization, headed 
by former Special Agents of the FBI, provides security and investigative 
services on a national scale to business, industry and the professions. 



It is serving nnany of the nation's largest corporations and has 
nnore than 2,000 ennployees throughout the United States and Puerto 
Rico. Among other projects, it is guarding four Titan and Atlas missile 
launching bases. 

As District Manager, I have assunaed responsibility for the 
operation in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey area, where we will offer the 
full range of Wackenhut services. 

There are many advantages to you under this new arrangennent, 
including nationwide coverage for your investigative problems and the^ 
opportunity to call upon the extensive knowledge and facilities of this 
top quality, modern security organization. 

I hope to see you soon, but if there is any way we can serve-ycu in 
the nrieantinne, please call me. 




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Sincerely yours. 



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District Manager 




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HOW SECURE IS YOUR BUSINESS? 



Consider tliese facts: Each year em- 
ployees are stealini( one billion dollars 
from business and industry, shrinkage in 
the retail trade exceeds five hundred mil- 
lion dollars, and Hre destroys another 
billion dollars worth of property. 

In addition, business espionage is on the 
increase and is becoming highly special- 
ized. Theft of a single company secret from 
a drug firm recently resulted in the loss of 
millions of dollars worth of sales. Loss of 
Government classified documents put an- 
other company out of business. A young 
. cashier_or.a„loan.,company recently em- 
bezzled nearly $186,000 over a four and 
one-half year period. 

Is it any wonder, then, that many of the 
predicted fifteen thousand businesses to go 
bankrupt this year will have failed be- 
cause of fire, theft, sabotage, information 
leaks, failure to properly comply with 
Government securitv regulations and em- 
bezzlement? 



Are your btiildings, property and mer- 
chandise protected against illegal entry, 
fire, internal and external theft? 

Are your employees thoroughly scieened 
before they are hired; are your company's 
valuable secrets safe in their hands? 

Have your offices been checked for the 
presence of electronic listening devices.* 
Are your premises scientifically secured? 
Has a survey of your installation been 
made recently to determine your security 
needs'-^ 

Investigation before consummation of ay^^ ^; 
jl^trT^rghir^ Kncirif^cc coiitract, oj t fic ^hir-^'7 >^ i 



ing of key personnel can prevent future 
difficulties. Loss prevention can be assured; 
recovery can not. 



You know best the answer to the ques- 
tion. '*How secure is your business?", and 
whether or not you need professional 
assistance. 

The Wackenhut Corporation, a youn,^ 
and progressive organization with a staff \ 
of vigorous and highly trained executives, \ 
is fully qualified to solve all of your secur- \ 
ity problems. Headed by former Special \ 
Agents of the FBI, it is one of the largest 
organizations of its type in the nation, pro- 
viding management consulting, security 
and investigative services to business, in 
dustry and the professions throughout the 
LInited States and Puerto Rico, 

The Wackenhut Corporation services 
are tailored to the individual requirements 
of your management- They may range 
from an investigation, a safety survey or a 
single guard, to a force ol hundreds of men 
providing security and fire protection serv- 
ices at missile launching bases. 

We will be glad to consult with you on 
any of your securitv and management 
problems. 

MAY WE HELP YOU SAFEGUARD 

YOUR business:^ 

Gall or write; 

Thf: Wacklnhut Corporation 
Philadelphia District Office 



Two Penn Center Plaza 

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If^ICI, WftiliiQgt«fi, D» €., has a4aitt«d ioplicatiott ill tMs tli|r X/l 

Hemrandim Wannall to SuUivan 5/4/63 Cattacbti) jBj intshed ; ^.;| 

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attcHtitf am ]»ers«HMl iiwre#ng»tioii» tith I3ie bnsintw cu rrently 
grossisig aboitt |7S«,0Od a Miiti* A«eer€lis£ tn i ^ I the beara 

of directors of the jcarpofatiofi baa recently dec idtd ta x^e tlie 
coBeem a B^lie corporation in tbe near fatore. Be stated tbat the 
$t8te of mat Jersey las repaired all the aeibers of Uie board of ^ ■ 
directors to be licensed as private inveattgafraj linguired 

as to vbetber tbe instant investigation would interfere oltb his 
license implication. It vas vigorously pointed oat to his that asy 
action be toolL regarding the aj^lication vas entiffly bis o«n 
re^onsibility; t&it tbe Bureaa could offer him at advice nfM^soever; 
and tiiat «e vould nabe no connitnents of vay kini* Be i^peared to be 
satisfied vitb this answer and be volunteered ^t be vould furnish 
aiQr further assistaacf that ni|^ be desired in this iavestigation, 

i^r inforHatlon, W0 i» aubnitting a report ifeic h will 
include cowiete details of the interview with i te d others 

at ICIC* Open receipt this report will be dissmtnated to tbe 
Bepartnent and other iatereated agencies. 







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Your letter of May 18th has been received. 



^ J =3 Although I would like to be of service, the FBI, as 
an Sirestl^ive agency of the Federal Government, does not make 
evaj6ati(SB^or draw conclusions as to the character or integrity 
of g^ o4|ani2ation, publicatioffiL or individual. I trust you will ' 
understand that this policy preqlildes my commenting as you 
requested. Mr. McKee, whom you mentioned in referenced letter, 
was never an Assistant Director of this Bureau. He was, l^ever, 
an FBI employee at one time. I want to assure you that noiffof the 
emjployees of the corporation you mentioned are presently 4|pociatj^ 
with this Bureau and their activities in no way represent tiff FBI. « 



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ih F i:6rida>> He is alleged to have had con nections with numerous 
top hoodlums, ! "[ was a Constable in the 



: , 11th District of Jacks(m^vll(^; ^Florida, and according to information received 

Beim^nt^ZS^Sa?*^ In 1947;^ .was a,ffptj^%e^wit^ and alleged to have been 



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Honorable J. Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington 1, D. C. 



Dear Mr, Hoover: 



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We are considering the use of the Wackenhut Corporation 
for confidential investigative matters that ar ise^^ in 
this office. 

It is our understanding that George R^Wackenhut, 
Presl^gnt^of that corporation, maintains a large eroup 
of ex-FBI agents under the administration of SaDo)^Kee 
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Would you please verify that this corporation and group 

of men are such as outlined above and recommend them 

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subject: the WACKENHUT CORPORATION 

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^iKisus^CM^§^^^^- ReBuairtel 4/17/62. 

OJEOTXS^ i^ ' ^Discreet inquiries reflect that as of May 1, 1962,^ 

jThe Wackenhut Corporation employs 19 former Special Agexil^s 
j in Divisions established at the following locatic^is: ^^' 



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Buffalo, N. Y. 
Coral GablM^j Eloiffida*^ 14 
Denver , Co lorado - » ^ - 
Jacksonville, Florida 
Philadelphia, Pa* 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 
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includes GEORGE R. WACKENHOT, Pres.identV but does not^incf§§ 
W. RICHARD GLAVIN a nd STANLEY J > TRAC Y who are listed^ 01 J 
Board of Directors. 



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former Biireau Agent and subsequently an official of lig).rth 
American Aviation, Inc», has been and may still be aHirec^r. 
The purpose of the Board of Directors reportedly is the use 
of their names in solicitation of new business. They are not 
paid but are called to Miami once a year to attend a Board 
nageting, at which time all their expenses are paid. This in 
e?fect affords the Directors a free vacation for use of their 
n^mes and their prior professional affiliation by The 
Wackenhut Corporation. 



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Bureau personnel currently employed by The 
Wackenhut Corporation, in addition to those listed in 
referenced Buairtel of 4/17/62, are as follows: ' 



TRACY, STANLEY Jo - former FBI Assistant Director 
MARTIN, CARL J. - former SA who recently retired 
while assigned at Miami Office. He is \^ 
presently working on a temporary hourly 
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As of May 2, 1962, it was announced in a local 
Miami newspaper that CHARLES B. FLACK, JR., former FBI Agent, 
had merged his New Jersey investigative firm with The 
Wackenhut Corporation of Coral Gables, Florida. FLACK was 
named a District Manager for the company and will supervise 
investigative operations in the Tennsylvania-New Jersey area. 



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U'ltSONC. MC GEE- 
EDITORIAL DEIECTOR 
the; SENTiNSI-STAE 
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YGti are requested to personally con^tact MeGee, 
ackno^?lecige receipt by me af his letter 2iUd than!: Iiim far his 
interest in writing as b.e did. You sIiobM tactfully iniorni him 
tiiat the FBI does not malte evalur-tioiis sior draw concliiGiona as 
to the character or iiitesrity of -any orgaBiz-atioa^ publicEtioH or 
lEdi^idiiaL You shOulc! adyise him th^t the ci^rrent activities of 
fornier Agents of tliia Burea-u h^j^^ no connection whomever with 
the FBIs and we are unable to co-iuraent concerning theirio 

Bufiles contain i-O dax-^orj^tory information re-McGee, 
B,nd I '^vrote him on li-S-61- m €ami3ction with a favorable az^tiele 
in his newspaper. Advise Bureau, lender ^hove caption, by 6-4-6^ 
results of yoxix contact wife McQee. ^ 

Foilow-'ap for 6-4-C2. 

NOTE: Editorial ticklers indicate cordial reliitiops with this paper. Tlia 
Vfackenhut Corporatiori of Mia^ii iias a number of' former Bureau i< gents. 
We have extended no cooperation to this organisation in recent months ^xA 
\Mt. Tolson jias instructed that they receive no clearance from xis. 



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Mr. Trotter-, 

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Federal Bureau of Investigation, ^^-..---««^. ^. 

Washington, D.C, 



Dear Mr» Hoovers: 

Prom time to time in this area we need security 
and investigative work* We have be^ impressed 
with the reported activities of tha ^ackenhut 
Cg^g^^ion and George ll^Wachenhut, president, q r 
^""""Westigative fielcTK ^ 

It is our understanding that this organization 
is comprised of men who were chosen, trained and 
cleared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation ^ 
and that among these men are Mr. Vic'y^aiy,. who^ 
headed the government espionage activiH^s in \ 
Europe for the rai, and Mr. Sar^^McKee who was \ 
one of the close administrative assistant's in 
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While this organization has an impressive list 
of clients, we must, prior to' considering their 
handling any of our assignments, get the 
recommendation of jour office as to their 
character, integrity and ability to handle 
investigative arid security assignments. 



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v'r;- ©If 5/24/62, HARRY eYmaHIGAS was contacted by pife-.V^ 
1 arraEtgeBient??in the AdLeinity of nis place of eiaployineisR The-,. : 
Wacfcenhut Gorporation, 310 Delaware Avenue. Bu ffalo ^Mew YcSfk.- 



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that the Bureau did not appreciate the use of the Natlonal|[| 
Academy Birectory of Graduates as a means of obtainirig th^ 
cooperation of law enf orceraent organizations to perf ora? wcgjc 
for The Wackenhut Corporation, MMICAS expressed surprlse/^ind 
.concern. He explained that several years ago he had cotneQ-ntcHfe 
possession of. a 1958 lA Birectory which he seldom used, relyi^-*^ 

t Instead upon personal contact with HA graduates in an effi§rt too 

t conduct specific investigations • Kirough the years MAM3^AS sa3§ 
he has become acquaitited with yaripus MA men in the Wes1|K?n Nevio 

5^Tork area and when there is a need to conduct ihyestigatlon in 
.7 another locality, generally he makes inquiry of 'HA. men locally/^]. 
Cfor names of MA associates who might be of assistance to him | \ 

' in the particular area, involved • 

-^ When contacting these persons, MANICAS ^aid he specif i- 
gaily ^iquires if the person involved would be in W position 
to conduct sudh investigation vrithout jeopardizing, .Ms employ- 
ment /.Tie denied that any pressure was applied to. Induce coopera- 
tion b^, inferring, that because of his fomner position with the 
^E'^th^ the HA man should cooperate, 

.5 ^, He said it was his feeling, as well as that of The 
^W^ckenfet Corporation, that the qualitfir^^^f i^vestigatlon^^^^ 
cJfictedS% MA graduates who receive speciSllzed^ t|*alning f rom thf 
FBI would be far better than investigate ion conducted by the 
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Jn Repfyt Ple<u9 Refer to 
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(aTSJMAIL - HANDLING OF IN FIELD OFFICES — WherMnonymous .<twr^^^y5^ ^ 
letter§.are received alleging violations over which the Bureau //. 
has ne^urisdiction or interest but v\rhich are wholly the 
concern of another agency^lSPorm ii'D-342 may be used to transmit 
these letters to the appropriate agency. It will not be 
necessary to make and retain any copy of the letter or the 
PD-342 in your files* Care should be exercised that^v where : 
the contents of the letter warrant it^ a more expeditious 
means of transmittal is used. " "rftTT^xi-^CB^'''^T"^0!^ CONTAIHID '• 

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(B) THEXrWACIffiNHUT CORPORATION — Captioned^organization, 
organized by former Bureau Agents as a security and 
investigative firm^ currently operates in several states 
1^0 and Puerto Rico. Firm has utilized misleading advertisements^ 
^Z^J attempts to capitalize on former FBI affiliation of its 
. ^..^ ' employees and its officials have reportedly engaged in 
(^.) personal misconduct and questionable business activities.. 
^^^ . All offices must refrain from any contact with this .• . 

organization, absolutely no cooperation should be extended 
and its employees should participate in no Bureau office 
functions. Any inquiries or approaches from this firm or 
its, employee^ musi be immediately reported to the Bureau. 

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SAC LETTER NO. 62-24 ' j :r ^ ^J / U rr r 

(C)'lyu. S. SAVINGS BONDS CAMPAIGN » I962 -- The "Freedom 
Bond Drive" savings bonds campaign starts May 1, 1962, and . 
extends through May 11, 1962. Upon receipt from the U.. S-.. " 
J@> Treasury Department, appropriate savings bonds literature 
' will be furnished to you for prominent display and distribution . 
yl/> to your division chairman, keymen and employees. 

' , The savings bonds program is an essential part of the 

; Government's program for a sound currency and maintenance of a 
strong national defense and economy. As of I'^J'ch 31^:1962, 51. 8 
per cent of all FBI employees were purchasin^^onds through the 
Payroll Savings Deduction Elan. As little as $3.75 a pay period 
may be withheld to purchase bonds. Please afford this program 
your personal attention and make every effort to Increase employee 



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HARRYS. MANICAS ^ 

The V/ackenhut Corporation 

Coral Gables, Florida, and Buffalo, New York 
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By comniuaication dated 'C/24/S23 SAC^ Aibajiy^ advised that 
Chief of Police Clement J. Youn-g, Hrfionlai Acacs-Jiyj Pla-teburgh^ NeWYork/ 
Police ^Qo.^g'^tva^Xit^ on ^-/IS/CS tuirr:C:d over to Special Agent Edward A. McShane, -Jr. 
a copy of a communication datecl 4/I(5/o25 : which xvqb received from Harry S. 
Manicas, Area Manager^ The Wacksiihut CorporatioHp Coral Gables^ Florida, ; 
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Tii0 letter 3tato^^ xti2i Chief "Foihg'^s riame ^as obtamed through ttie 
Natio nal Academy !::e^;igfe r C^i^^ctory of Graduateo) and requests investigation 
of on ^ 1 13 the Plattsfctirgh^ Hew York, ar-^a. The matter 

was obviously not a police vnat^er ana Llamicas indicated that CM2i Yctng rnuld 
be paid for his services* ■ Chief .Yc^:i^:;:: statea tin:;, ne does not know Manica^; 
and does not initend to zoxi6m^t any inveci; igatiori for hir2. 

Albany flies reflect Eairy Emmmiiael Maaicas xvas a Special Agent 
from 7/5/43 to 8/22/44^ when his resigia^tion was requested because of : '. 
unsatisfactory development. \ 

This is an apparent attei^iot oia the nart of Wackenhut to exploit 
police officers for ::he purpose of handliiag their investigatiOES. This would 
seem to be an unnonirable as well as an unethical practice '^^'hich should be 
discouraged* A!iLnugh we have no control over who uitirnat^ly receives copies 
of the National i- canemy Directoi^rof Graduates ^ it woxid seom within our province to ' 
tell Mariicas that we do not want the Directoiyof Graduates used as a possible 
inducement to obtain the cooperation of National Academy Graduates to do the 
work of his organization. 

RECOMMENDATIONS: ' 



That I be authorized to discuss tMs matter with the Executive Committee 
of the International Association of Chiefs of Police a.t -.he ir xi^eeting scheduled for 
May 15, 1962^ with a view towards having the President of the organization 

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■ Memo for Mr. Mohr' 
Re Harry E, Manicas 

point out to Wachenhut that tliis practice is undesira-ble. 



2. Tliat the SAC at Buffalo be authorised to call upon Manicas and tell 

him that the Bureau does not appreemte the use of the National Acaxlemy 
Directory of Graduates as a means of his obta iiimg the cooperation of law 
enforcement to do the work of Wackenhut, If approved^ Training and Inspection 
Division will handle. 



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HARRY S. MANiC^S ■ oi:iii::vii:5 

THE WACKENHUT COSPOkATiON 

CORAL GABLES, FLOaiDA, ^l^D BUFFALO, NEW YORK 

NATIONAL ACABSMY M,ATTEH 



Eeferonca is made to SAC Letter #62-24(B) outiiniog infor- 
mation concerning ThB Waclcenhut Corpjoratiom* 



Chief of Police Clement J* Yciing^ 



National Academy, 



Plattsburgli. lS:e\7 York^ Police Department, lias furnished a copy at a 
letter received from the captioned individual* This letter states that 
Ciuef Young's name was obtained tlirough the National Academy Register 
(Diy-'-^rtnrv n'f"' Grr^^^^^nf^p) and reoueets You>ig to conduct iavestigation of - 
in the Piattcb^:r^<, Mew York^ area* The matter 



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was obviously not a police matter End M^iiic^s indicated that Ciiief Young 
would be ps^id for hm oorvices. A copy; of instant letter is enclosed, 

Tkiti i.o iin ar^parcHt attempt on the part cf Tfee Wackenhut 
CorporatiOH to e:^5:lGi; ;',oiice off ice::a for Lie purpose of handling t!:/:;ir 
inveritigations. Although we LtMe no control over individuals wlio r^ight 
ultiiYiateiy receive copies of the Natious^ AcaxSemj Directory of Graduates^ 
it is withia our province to advise suGliiiadividuals as Maiiicas that we do 
not v/ant the Directory of Graduates ii:sed an a possible iaducement to 
obtain the cooperation of National AcsideiBy graduates to do the work of his 
organization. 

Harry Emmanuel Manic is was a fecial Agent from 7/5/43 
to 8/22/44, when liis resignation was rjequested because of unsatisfactory 

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You should^ without delaiy^ contact Manicas si^id advise liim 
that the Bureau does not appreciate tfae'use of the National i^ucademy Directory 
of Graduates £3 a means g£ his obtaining the cooi3eration of law eriforcement 
organisations to perform work for The ¥/ackenliut Corporation. /£c-iyA^<^ ^c<>tc^^z^< 

Enclosure^ 1 - Albany i-'TTucl^i^C 

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Services for management and the professions 



EXECUTIVE OFPICES 

3280 PON-CE DE LEON BOULEVARD 

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Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington 25, D» C. 

Dear Mr, Hoover: 



PERSONAL AND 




I wish to acknowledge Miss Helen Gandy*s letter of June H,^i962 
in which she advised that our Buffalo representative was using the Directory 
of Graduates of the FBI National Academy for business, purposes, although 
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May I advise that I caused an immediate ititemal audit to be made, 
/ culminating with an inspection of our Buffalo operatipn. A number of 
irregularities were uncovered, including the use of the NA Directory* The 
ipectory, is enclosed herewith* We learned, to our amazement, that H,arry £* 
^icas had been questioned on several occasions by governmental representa-' 
tivel'^garding the alleged obtaining, or, attempts to obtain information to 
which he was not legally entitled* We will not countenance such conduct* 
The services of Manicas were terminated at the close of business June 25, 
1962* 

We feel that this particular individual through activity on his 
own responsibility, and unknown to us, has severely deonaged the reputation of 
this company. We sincerely hope that The Wackenhut Corporation will not be 
condemned because of the misconduct of one individual* 

Ay associates and I, both personally and in a business sense, have 
always e^eavored to maintain a high standard of ethics and conduct* We will 
contin^'C to do so* ,* ^ <?/ / 



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PREAMBLE 
OF THE 
CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS 
OF THE 
FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY ASSOCIATES 



For God and Country, we, the FBI National Academy Associates, associate 
ourselves together for the following purposes: 

To uphold and defend the Constitution of our respective country. To protect 
our country from any and all enemies, whether foreign or domestic. To 
promote training programs in the various duly constituted law enforcement 
agencies within our country, giving to the members thereof the benefit of 
our training received at the FBI National Academy. To cooperate with the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation in every way possible. To use and en- 
courage the use of the facilities of the Bureau available to all Law Enforce- 
ment agencies. To perpetuate the memory of our Association with the 
members of our class, associates, and faculty, and to encourage attendance 
at all Retraining Sessions. To encourage and assist in the enlightenment and 
education of the general public. To cooperate with all duly constituted law 
enforcement agencies and officers, and the general public, in all matters of 
mutual interest, and particularly, the exchange and dissemination of ideas 
and information; the detection and prevention of crime and the apprehension 
of criminals; to strive for the highest degree of respect for law and order 
and the maintenance thereof; and 

To these ends, we pledge to always; conduct ourselves in a manner that will 
lend strength, dignity and credit to the profession of law enforcement. 






OFFICERS 

of the 

FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY 

ASSOCIATES 



President 



First Vice President 



Second Vice President 



Third Vice President 



Fourth Vice President 



Fifth Vice President 



Sec r etary -T r easure r 



Historian 



Harold R. Dowd 
Chief of Police 
Maplewood, New Jersey 

Marvin G. Lane 
Chief of Detectives 
Detroit, Michigan 

Vincent B. Huribut 
Assistant Cliief of Police 
West Hartford, Connecticut 

Raymond P. Gallagher 
Chief of Police 
Springfield, Massachusetts 

Albert Spencer 
Chief of Police 
Tuckahoe, New York 

J. Preston Strom 
Chief of South Carolina 

Law Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Charles J, Gorman 
Director of Public Safety 
Niagara Falls, New York 

John F. Ryan 
Captain, Metropolitan 
Police Department 
Washington, D. C, 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 



Willie Bauer 

Senior Assistant Chief of Police 

Beaumont, Texas 

Bryan Clemmons 
Sheriff, East Baton 

Rouge Parish 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Walter T, Lofstrom 
Captain of Detectives 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Jacob J. Novak 
Chief of Police 
North Chicago, Illinois 



James W, Traeger 
Captain, PD 
Gary, Indiana 

Arthur Weller* 
Executive Director 
Legalized Games of Chance 

Control Commission 
State of New Jersey 
Newark, New Jersey 

Harry Whiddon 
Chief of Police 
Akron, Ohio 



Past Presidents of FBINA Associates 



1935-1936 

James T. Sheehan 
Boston, Massachusetts 

1936-1937 

James B. Nolan 
New York City 



1937-1938 

Daniel A. Murphy 
Boston, Massachusetts 

1938-1939 

George D, Callan 
Newark, New Jersey 

1939-1940 

Edward B. Hansen 
Duluth, Minnesota 



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1940- 1941 

Wniiam J. Raney 
Memphis, Tennessee 

1941-1947 

Walter F. Anderson 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



1947-1949 

Cliffords. Peterson 
Sacramento, California 

1949-1957 

Newman W. Kimbrough 
Montgomery, Alabama 



GRADUATES 

of the 

FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY 



Since the establishment of the FBI National Academy on July 29, 1935, there have been 3, 636 
graduates of the Academy. 

An asterisk (*) indicates that Graduate is no longer connected with any local, county or state 
Law Enforcement agency. Agency listed is latest agency with which connected and is not 
necessarily the agency with which the Graduate was employed at the time he attended the National 
Academy. 



ALABAMA 



Rmmfitt Fliit her Funderburk, Chief q[ Police, PD * 
n Petective , 



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Alexander Citv 

Anniston - | 

Anniston - Joseph Gerald Holden, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Clarence Franklin Pate, Captain of Detectives, PD 



Anniston - 
Bessemer 
Bessemer 
Bessemer 



Rondle E. Barron, Special Investigator, Deputy Solicitor's Office 

Raymond J. Maxwell, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Roland David Sullivan. Patrolman, PD 

Birmingham -| ^Special Investigator, Alcoholic Beverage Control Board * 

Birmingham - James W. Cashatt, Patrolman, PD 

Birmingham - John B. Jolly, Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County SO 

Birmingham - Robert William Klein, Criminal Investigator, Ordnance Corps, Military 

Police Detachment (CI) 
Birmingham - Curtis Daugherty Milwee, Sergeant of Police, PD 
Birmingham - Jamie Moore, Chief of Police, PD 
Birmingham - Connie H. Pitts, Detective, PD 
Birmingham - Floyd E. Robertson, Criminal Investigator, Alabama State Department of 

Industrial Relations 
Cullman - Tom G. Waldrop, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Cullman County SO * 
Decatur - John William Goforth, Deputy Sheriff, Morgan County SO * 
Decatur - James Pack Self, Chief of Police, PD 
Decatur - J. B. Whitmore, Chief of Police, PD * 
Dothan - James Edward Deal, Patrolman, PD 
Dothan - James E. Herring, Assistant Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Dothan - Henry W. Hilson, Detective, PD 
Eutaw - Cecil Rhodes, Deputy Sheriff, Greene County SO 
Homewood - Harry T. Posey, Assistant Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Huntsville - Earl Cleveland Baker, Detective, PD 

Huntsville - Gerald W. Breedlove, Investigator, Provost Marshal's Division, Redstone Arsenal 
Huntsville - James L. Carroll, Security Administrator, Army Ballistics Missile Agency, 

PpHfitnnP Argpnal 

Huntsville -| Inspector, Intelligence and Security Division, Army Ballistics 



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Jasper - Louis W. Clark, Chief of Police, PD * 

Jasper - Milford M. Posey, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Walker County SO * 
Mobile - Tallev A. Rollings. Ca ptain of Detectives, PD 
Mobile " I [ inspector of Police, PD * 

Montgomery - J. T. Arnett, Lieutenant, Alabama Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 



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Montgomery 
Montgomery 
Montgomery - 
Montgomery 



Grady H. Bowles, Captain, Alabama Department of Public Safety 

Edward Pearson Brown, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Qgrar F PhIpv frimp Investigation Officer, Alabama Department of Public Safety 



^Captain, Alabama Highway Patrol * 

Joseph K. Eiiana, Captain, PD 



Montgomery - E> C. Fender, Off ice of Special Investigations, U. S, Air Force 

Montgomery ] 1 Patrolman, Alabama Highway Patrol * 

Montgomery - William Raynes Jones, Investigator, Alabama Department of Public Safety 

Montgomery - Newman W. Kimbrough, Major, Chief, Service Division, Alabama Department of 

Public Safety 
Montgomery - Jesse V. Kitchens, State Fire Marshal 
Montgomery - Drue H. Lackey, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 
Montgomery - Joe T. Landers, Lieutenant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Montgomery - William Harry Lee. Criminallnvestigator, Alabama Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 
Montgomery - I "I Captain, Alabama Highway Patrol * 

Montgomery - Henry B. Moody, Sergeant, Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery - Raymond David Moody, Sergeant, PD 

Montgomery - Willie B. Painter, Crime Investigative Officer, Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery - John B, Rucker, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Montgomery - Goodwyn J. Ruppenthal, Chief of Police, PD 
Montgomery - Joe Smelley, Chief, Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery - L. B. Sullivan, Director, Alabama Department of Public Safety * 
Montgomery - Clarence M. Thorsen, Captain, Alabama Highway Patrol 
Notasulga - Albert Edwin Cooper, Chief of Police, PD 
Opelika - E. E, Lowe, Jr. , Sheriff, Lee County SO 
Opelika - Floyd H, Mann, Chief of Police, PD 
C^elika - Thomas James McAuley, Sergeant, PD 
Oxford - Charles R. Hodges, Chief of Police, PD 

Pell City - Paul M. Hamilton, Special Agent, Alcoholic Beverage Control Board 
Shawmut - Clarence L. Avera, Deputy Sheriff,, Chambers County SO 
Sheffield - B ob Price, Chi ef of Police, PD * 

"I Deputy Sheriff, Pike County SO * 

Thomas Reeves Mayes, Captain, PD 

Robert Charles Sawyer, Sergeant, PD 

William C. Tompkins, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 



Troy -[ 

Tuscaloosa 
Tuscaloosa 
Tuscaloosa 
Wilson Dam 



W. Burton Mosteller, Administrative Officer III, Office of Chemical Engineering, 
Tennessee Valley Authority 

ALASKA 



Anchorage - John C. Flanigan, Chief of Police, PD 

Anchorage - Lloyd E. Holifield, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Fairbanks - George N. Norton, Chief of Police, PD * 

Juneau - August P. Brandt, Superintendent, Department of Territorial Police 

Juneau - Wesley I. Oilman, Asst. Superintendent, Department of Territorial Police 

Juneau - Stanley H. Laird, Sergeant, Department of Territorial Police 

Juneau • E. L. Mayfield, Lieutenant, Department of Territorial Police 

Juneau - William W. Trafton, Lieutenant, Department of Territorial Police 

Ketchikan - Charles R, Bellon, Captain, PD 

Ketchikan - T. Henry Miller, Chief of Police, PD 

ARIZONA 

Bisbee - Oscar Philip Olander, Undersheriff , Cochise County SO 
Casa Grandp - fiordon W Hv^rdpsty, Chief of Police, PD 

Flagstaff -| I Deputy Sheriff, Coconino County SO * 

Florence - B. J. Purden, Chief Criminal Deputy, Pinal County SO 

Glendale - Stanley F. Van de Putte Chief of Police, PD 

Globe - Golden L. Hunsaker, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Holbrook - Linsey Loyd Baker, Chief of Police, PD * 

Kingman - Elmer P. Imus, Chief of Police, PD * 

Kingman - Frank L. Porter, Sheriff, Mohave County SO 

Mesa - Ramon G. Mendoza, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Mesa - Marion W. Trowbridge, Chief of Police, PD * ^ 

Page - Michael J. Slattery, Captain, Bureau of Reclamation Rangers, Glen Canyon Dam Site 



Phoenix - Carl L. Back, Patrolman, Arizona Highway Patrol 
Phoenix - Mortimer H. Baskin. Undp^ rfiheriff^ Maricopa County SO 
Phoenix 



Deputy Sheriff, Maricopa County SO * 

[Deputy U. S. Marshal * 

Hodges, Captain, PD 



Phoenix 

Phoenix - Charles W, 

Phoenix - Clement W. Hoyt, Detective Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Phoenix - Ernest A. Littlefield, Chief of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

Phoenix - Orme R. Morehead, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Phoenix - James B. Morris, Superintendent, County Jail Annex, Maricopa County SO 

Phoenix - Joseph Francis Mulcaire, Lieutenant, Arizona Highway Patrol 

Phoenix - Earl L. O'Clair, Range Detective, Arizona Livestock Sanitary Board 

Phoenix - Lloyd H. Robertson, Inspector, Operations Officer, Arizona Highway Patrol 

Phoenix - Grover C. Schoonover, Jr. , Deputy Sheriff, Maricopa County SO (SA, FBI) 

Phoenix - Charles R. Smith, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Phoenix -Joe Valenzuela. Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Phoenix A [ Supervisor, Arizona Highway Department of Motor Carriers * 

Phoenix - George U. Young, Jr. , Captain, PD (Retired) 

Prescott - Merritt N. Chafey, Chief of Police, PD 

Tempe - Eugene Worth Farley, Chief of Police, PD 

Tucson - Paul H. Bohardt, Captain, PD 

Tucson - Bernard Lewis Garmire, Chief of Police, PD 

Tucson - William John Gilkinson, Patrolman, PT> 

Tucson - Parley H. McNeill, Captain, PD 

Tucson - Edgar W. Reeves, Training Officer, PD 

Tucson - Thomas C. Rickel, Lieutenant, PD 

Tucson - John Turigliatto, Patrolman, Park Police 

Winslow - James E. Brisendine, Night Desk Sergeant, PD 

Winslow - Roy Charles Madrid, Sergeant, PD 

Yuma - Harold B. Breech , Chief of Police, PD 

Yuma ^ [Sergeant, PD * 



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Blytheville - Clyde Barker, Deputy Sheriff, Mississippi County SO 
Blytheville - William Berryman, Sheriff, Mississippi County SO 
Blytheville - George C lav ton Ford, Jr. , Patrolman, PD 
Blytheville -I [ Deput y Sheriff, Mississippi County SO 



El Dorado - 



Sergeant, PD ♦ 
Lieutenant, PD 



El Dorado - Carroll L. Matthews, 

Fort Smith - Oscar Erke, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Harrisburg - Ray M. Holmes, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Poinsett County SO 

Hope - Alvin L. Willis, Patrolman, P D 

Little Rock - [ I Deputy Sheriff, Pulaski County SO * 

Little Rock - Robert E. Glasscock, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Little Rock - Lindsey Hatchett, Director, Arkansas State Police * 

Little Rock - Dale Hilge r, Special Agent Investigator, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division 



Little Rock -[ 

Little Rock - 

Little Rock - 

Little Rock - 

Little Rock - 

Little Rock 

Little Rock 

North Little Rock 

North Little Rock 

Pine Bluff - [ 

Pine Bluff - Norman D, 



] Lieutenant, Arkansas State Police * 

William Hansen Maack, Captain, PD 
Paul R. McDonald, Lieutenant, Arkansas State Police 
Marvin H. Potts, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Billy Jean Read, Se rgeant, Arkansas State Police 

"I Trooper, Arkansas State Police * 
Kugene Granville amith. Chief of Police, PD 



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Ray Owen Blankenship, Identification Officer, PD (Retired) 
D. L. Sho ok, Identification Officer, PD 

[ Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County SO * 
Young, Chi ef of Police, PD 
p atrolman, PD * 



Texarkana -T 



] Investigator , Department of Alcohol Beverage Control, 



Arkansas Revenue Commission * 
West Memphis - Parvin Homines, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 



CALIFORNIA 



Albany - Ralph M. Jensen, Chief of Police, PD 

Alhambra - RaymondJ. Buhman, Chief of Police, PD 

Arcadia - William S. Orr, Captain, PD 

Arcadia - Robert S. Sears, Chief of Police, PD 

Arroyo Grande - Weyman Carthell Mize, Chief of Police, PD 

Atherton - Leroy Albert Hubbard, Chief of Police, PD 

Auburn - A. E. McFarlane, Special Investigator, Placer County District Attorney's Office 

Bakersfield - Charles Horace Dodge, Asst, Chief of Police, PD 

Bakersfield - Horace V. Grayson, Chief of Police, PD 

Bakersfield - Harley E, Stumbaugh, Undersherii'f, Kern County SO 

Bakersfield - John M. Towle, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Berkeley - Addison H. Fording. Captain of Inspectors, PD 

Berkeley ^ "H Lieutenant, PD * 

Berkeley - John A. Lindquist, Captain, PD 

Berkeley - Jewell L. Ross, Lieutenant, PD 

Berkeley - William W. Wadman, Jr. , Asst. Superintendent of Police, University of California PD 

Berkeley - Henry F. Whaley, Lieutenant, PD 

Carmel - Walter P. Boyle, Patrolman, PD 

Carmel - Roy C. Fraties, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Carmel - Clyde Pattison Klaumann, Chief of Police, PD 

Chico - James R. Evans, Chief of Police, PD 

Chino - Paul Sigmund Gordon, Correctional Officer, California Institution for Men 

Chula Vista - N. L. Harris, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Chula Vista - Bernard McCollum, Chief of Police, PD * 

Chula Vista - Eugene B. Roberts, Chief of Police, PD * 

Coalinga - Albert C. Griffith, Chief of Police, PD b6 

Compton - William K, Ingram, Chief of Police, PD j3 7C 

Concord - Ronald W. Orin, Chief of Police, PD 

Costa Mesa - Arthur R. McK^naie. Chigf Qf Police, pd 

Covina -| | 

Culver City - Eugene L. Mueller, Chief of Police, PD 

Downey - Jack C. Martin, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Downieville - Wilbur Dewey Johnson, Sheriff, Sierra County SO 

El Cajon - Claude M. Duncan, Captain, PD 

El Cajon - Joseph C. O'Connor, Chief of Police, PD 

El Centro - Herbert Hadley Hughes, Sheriff -Coroner, Imperial County SO 

El Centro - Guy B. Woodward, Chief of Police, PD * 

El Monte - Jay J. Sherman, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

El Segundo - Vernon Leroy Wood, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Eureka - Kenneth M. Hill, Chief of Police, PD * 

Fremont - Richard E. Condon, Chief of Police,, PD 

Fresno - Lee W. Baker. Ca ptain. PD 

Fresno ■ 

Fresno ■ 

Fresno - 

Fresno - 

Fresno • 

Fresno ■ 

Fresno ■ 

Fresno • 

Gardena 



Patrolman, PD * 



Alfred G. Ellis« Captain, PD 

] Sergeant, Fresno County SO * 



Glenister A, Hunt, Sergeant, Fresno County SO 

William J. Mortland, Jr. , Deputy Chief, PD 

Henry R. Morton, Chief of Police, PD 

Joe P. Ostenburg, Sergeant, PD 

Rodney J. Riddle, Captain, Fresno County SO 

-RoyE. Tracey, Captain, PD 

Glendale • ■ Phil M. Brown. Captain, PD 

Glendale - Detective, PD * 



Glendale - Vernon Rasmus sen, Chief of Police, PD * 

Hanford - Orvie H. Clyde, Sheriff, Kings County SO 

Hawthorne - Edward Jones Parker, Jr. , Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

Hayward - George Forth, Chief of Police, PD 

Hillsborough - Walter J. Wisnom, Chief of Police, PD 

Huntington Park - Charles M. Noah, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Huntington Park - William A. Salvin, Chief of Police, PD * 

Laguna Beach - Jack L. Blakeney, Chief of Police, PD * 

LaMesa - Amos Edwin Stuckey, Chief of Police, PD * 

Larkspur - Howard H. Clark, Chief of Police, PD 

LaVerne - Harvey Marcus Ca se. Chief of Police, PD 

Lindsay - | | Acting Chief of Police and Constable, PD * 

Lodi - Fred R, Hunt, Chief of Police, PD * 

Lodi - Clarence S. Jackson, Chief of Police, PD * 

Lodi - Miles William Sperling, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Long Beach - Ralph G. Kortz, Lieutenant, PD 

Long Beach - William E„ Kummer, Captain, PD 

Long Beach - Paul F. Landsdowne, Captain, PD 

Long Beach - William J. Mooney, Captain, PD 

Long Beach - William Farley Stovali, Lieutenant, PD 

Los Altos - Joseph H. McClelland, Chief of Police (Retired) 

Los Angeles - J, G. Bowers, Chief Detective and Crime Prevention Division, Los Angeles 

County SO 
Los Angeles - Alfred Victor England, Chief of Jail Division, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles - Fred George Fimbres, Administrative Chief, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles - Lee Chetwyn German, Inspector, PD 
Los Angeles - Nephi G. Jensen, Area Administrator, California Department of Alcoholic 

Beverage Control 
Los Angeles - Harold Clinton Marlowe, Captain, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles - J. W. O'Bryan, Deputy Sheriff, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles - James E. Pascoe, Captain, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles - Thomas Reddin, Inspector, PD 

Los Angeles - miff nrd r Rnng nivifiinn Chief, Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles ■ 

Los Angeles - Aivin m. strana, 

Los Angeles - Robert W, Ware, U. S. Marshal, Southern District of California 
Madera - Ray M. Andress, Undershertff, Madera County SO (SA, FBI) 
Martinez - Allen A. Rhodes, Deputy Sheriff, Contra Costa County SO 
Marysville -John O. Blevins, Chief of Police, PD 
Menlo Park - George Joseph Potter, Chief of Police, PD 
Merced - Ralph Robert Bond, Chief of Police, PD 
Modesto - Dan Kelsay, Sheriff, Stanislaus County SO 
Modesto * Harry L. Oliver, Undersheriff , Stanislaus County SO 
Modesto - Urbane H. Pickering, Head Jkiler, Stanislaus County SO 
Montebello - Ralph O. Mercier, Lieutenant, PD 
Monterey - James Rodriguez, Captain, PD 
Monterey - Charles Ewing Simpson, Chief of Police, PD 
Monterey Park - Herman E. Conaway, Patrolman, PD 
Morgan Hill - John R. Moreno, Chief of Police, PD 
Mountain View - Arthur Carl Nielsen, Chief of Police, PD 
Napa - John Claussen, Sheriff, Napa County SO 
Napa - Wesley Gardner, Undersheriff, Napa County SO 
National City - Harry D. Smith, Chief of Police, PD 
Newport Beach - Harry Lace, Captain, PD 
Newport Beach - John Lane Upson, Chief of Police, PD 
Oakland - Anthony J. Bolger, Captain of Inspectors, PD 
Oakland - Jack Brierly, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Oakland - Raymond Caldwell Brown, Sergeant, PD 
Oakland - James G. Dignan. C aptain. Alameda County SO 
Oakland *| Lieutenant, Alameda County SO * 



I Investigator, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office 
lieutenant, PD (Retired) 



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Oakland - Joseph R. Lawrence, Lieutenant, . PD 

Oakland - Donald F. Lynn, Inspector, Alameda County District Attorney's Office 

Oakland - Frank L Madigan, Captain, Alameda County SO 

Oakland - Hubert W. Murray, Lieutenant of Inspectors, PD 

Oakland - John Pippin, State Liquor Control Officer 

Oakland - Joseph J. Sheehan, Lieutenant, Alameda County SO 

Oakland - Howard SQrrellfi , Captain; PD 

Oakland -| | Asst. Deputy Identification Ejqpert, Alameda County SO * 

Oakland - Joseph John Veretto, Captain, PD 

Oceanside - Ward Karl Ratcliff , Captain, PD 

Ontario - Billee Clyde Boles, Lieutenant, PD 

Ontario - Robert Leon Glover, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Ontario - Herbert Waltermer Swinney, Chief of Police, PD 

Ontario - Harl ev A> Smith > Lieuten ant. PD 



Pacific Grove [_ 



] Patrolman, PD * 

Chief of Police. PD 
PD 

PD 
PD 



PD 



J Detective Sergeant, PD ^' 
hief of Police, PD 



Palo Alto - William A. Hydie, 

Palo Alto - Guy O. Wathen, Captain, 

Pasadena - Clarence H. Morris, Chief of Police, 

Paso Robles - George W. Keller, Chief of Police, 

Petaluma - Delbert Richard Cole, Asst. Chief of Police, 

Petaluma - Melvin Del Maestro, Chief of Police, PD 

Piedmont - Eugene Milton Tryon,/ Captain, PD 

Pomona - Ralph Earl Parker, Chief of Police, PD 

Port Hueneme - Elmer W. Morehouse, Chief of Police, PD 

Quincy - W. C. Abernethy, Jr. , Sheriff, Plumas County SO 

Red Bluff - Raymond James Kline, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Tehama County SO * 

Redding - Scott F. Lincecum, C hief of Police, PD 

Redding -[ 

Redlands ■ 

Redondo Beach - A. Lowell Hopkins, Chief of jPoIice, PD (Retired) 

Redwood City - William L. Faulstich, Chief of Police, PD 

Redwood City - Everett S. Heagney, Criminal Identification Technician, San Mateo County 

Redwood City - Frank B. Marlowe, Criminal Investigator, San Mateo County SO (Retired) 

Redwood City - Milton T. Minehan, Deputy Sheriff, San Mateo County SO 

Redwood City - John G. O'Brien, Captain, San Mateo County SO 

Redwood City - Earl B. Whitmore, Sheriff, San Mateo County SO 

Redwood City - S. D. Wood, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Reedley - Emmett L. Remy, Chief of Police, PD * 

Richmond - John Edward Bacon, Lieutenant, PD 

Charles E. Brown, Chief of Police, PD 

George E. Jones, Lieutenant, PD 

Kingsley C, Perkins, Captain, PD 

Ernest F. Phipps, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Bernard Joseph Clark, Captain, Riverside County SO 

Charles Arthur Cooper . Captain of Detectives, PD 
Detective L].eutenant, PD * 



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Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Riverside 

Riverside 

Riverside 

Riverside -| |Undersheriff, Riverside County SO * 

Roseville - Francis L. Barnett, Chief of Police, PD 

Sacramento - Anson H. Crutcher, Deputy, State Board of Equalization 
Raymond W. Dehner, Sergeant, PD 
James V. Hicks, Chief of Police, PD 
Kenneth Charles Johnson, Captain, PD 
F. F. Kaminsky, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 



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Sacramento 
Sacramento 
Sacramento 
Sacramento 
Sacramento - Richard B. 



Langner, Captain, California Highway Patrol 



Sacramento - George Lofquist, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Sacramento - Ross R. McDonald, Deputy Commissioner, California Highway Patrol 

Sacramento - Charles H. Painter, Sergeant, California Highway Patrol (Retired) 

Sacramento - Donald W. Parks, Field Representative, State Department of Education 

Sacramento - Joseph E. Rooney, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Sacramento - Michael J. Strazzo, Captain of Police, PD 



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Sacramento - Lawrence S. Trimble, Captain of Police, PD 

Sacramento - A. Leslie White, Captain, PD 

Salinas - Harold L. Duncan, Captain, PD 

Salinas - Darol Virgil Smith, Captain, Monterey County SO 

Salinas - Victor Vernon Tibbs, Sheriff, Monterey County SO 

Salinas - George C. Weight, Chief of Police, PD * 

San Anselmo - Salvator Nathan Serio, Asst, Chief of Police, PD 

San Bernardino - Frank Bland, Sheriff, San Bernardino, County SO 

San Bernardino - Komer W. C^al, Inspector, San Bernardino County SO 

San Bernardino - Robert I, Graefe, Captain, San Bernardino County SO 

San Bernardino - Melvin Lawrence Harbauer, Chief of Police, PD 

San Bernardino - Eugene S. Jones, Deputy Sheriff, San Bernardino County SO (SA, FBI) 

San Bernardino - Kendall J. Stone, Inspector, San Bernardino County SO 

San Clemente - Clifford G. Murray, Chief of Police, PD 

San Diego - Richard V, Disney, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

San Diego - J. W. Jordon, Asst. Security Specialist, Security Department, U. S. Naval Air Station 

San Diego - Gene S. Muehleisen, Lieutenant, PD 

San Diego - Walter M. Owen, Lieutenant, San Diego County SO 

San Diego - Walter R. Scott, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

San Diego - Dennie G. Smith, Chief Criminal Investigator, Security Department, U. S. Naval 

Air Station 
San Diego - Brooks S. Whitney, Captain, San Diego County SO 

San Diego - Charles L. Woods, Investigator, Office of the District Attorney of San Diego County 
San Diego - William H. Woods, Chief Deputy, San Diego County SO 
San Fernando - Walter Heebing, Chief of Police, PD * 
San Francisco - Ellis Oldham Berry, Wildlife Protection Supervisor, California 

Department of Fish and Game 

Leslie C. Dolan, Lieutenant of Police, VT} 

John A. Engler, Captain, PD 

Joseph B. Engler, Inspector, PD 

James L. English. Chief of Inspectors, PD (Retired) 

phief Special Agent, Office of Attorney General * 



San Francisco 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 
San Francisco 
San Francisco -[ 



San Francisco - Francis X. Latulipe, Director, Bureau of Criminology, PD (Retired) 

San Francisco - Martin M, Lee, Captain, PD 

San Francisco - Daniel P. McKlem, Chief of Inspectors, PD 

San Francisco - Gerald Edwin Mernin, Programs and Plans Control Officer, Regional Office, 

National Park Service 
San Francisco - Otto Meyer, Captain, Director of Traffic, PD (Retired) 
San Francisco - Wesley F. Murray, Lieutenant, PD 
San Francisco - Donald Morton Scott, Lieutenant, PD 
San Francisco - Daniel Edward Shelley, Inspector, PD 
San Gabriel - Francis Leonard Carpenter, Chief of Police, PD 



Edward M. Ames, Lieutenant, Santa Clara County SO 

John R. Blackmore, Chief of Police, PD 

Barton L. Collins, Chief of Detectives, PD 

LovellE. Guptill, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Howard F. Hornbuckle, Sheriff, Santa Clara County SO * 

John Perusina, Undersheriff, Santa Clara County SO 



San Jose 
San Jose 
San Jose 
San Jose 
San Jose 
San Jose 
San Leandro - Ar tel J. Lamoureux, Chief of Police, PD 



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San Marino 
San Mateo 
San Rafael 
Santa Ana 



Deputy Sheriff, San Luis Obispo County SO * 

^Captain, PD * 

artin C. McDonnell,' Chief of Police, V^Ti 
Frank Kelly, Chief of Police, PD 
Edward J. Allen, Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Ana - Forrest Lee Duke, Captain, PD 
Santa Ana - John William Fowler, Technician, Orange County SO 
Santa Ana - Frederick E. Hopper, Captain, PD 
Santa Ana - Robert H. Sharp, Captain, Orange County SO 
Santa Barbara - Reginald W. Cooley, Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Barbara - Thomas H. Keating, Superintendent, Identification Bureau, PD * 



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Santa Barbara - John David Ross, Sheriff, Santa Barbara County SO 
Santa Barbara - Charles M. Taylor, Sheriff's Inspector, Santa Barbara County SO 
Santa Barbara - James William Webster, Chief Deputy, Santa Barbara County SO 
Santa Cruz - Elmer W. Geyer. Assistant Chief of Police, PD 



Santa Cruz -f 



Santa Cruz -Ben Krupp, Asst 
Santa Cruz - Geno John Pini 



Santa Cruz -[ 



Detective, PD * 
Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 



Inspector, Santa Cruz County SO 
Santa Maria - Forbes Barrett, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Santa Maria - Harold L, English, Chief of Police. PD 
Santa Monica - Gerald L. Constable, Captain, PD 
Santa Monica - H. W. Hutchinson, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Santa Rosa - William F. Barnett, Chief, Bureau of Identification, Sonoma County SO 
Santa Rosa - Melvin F. Flohr, Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Rosa - Andrew C. Johnansen, Undersheriff, Sonoma County SO 
Selma - William Doran Davis, Chief of Police, PD 
Sonora - Donald L. Vars, Sheriff, Tuolumne County SO * 
South Pasadena - Clifton James Brown, Chief of Police, PD 
South Pasadena - Everett C. Setzer, Chief of Police, PD * 
South Pasadena - George W. Spriggs, Captain., PD 
South San Francisco - John V. Fabbri, In£pector, PD 
Stockton - Loren L. Brown, Lieutenant, San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton - Michael N. Canlis, Undersheriff , San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton - Neil H. Evans, Supervising Agent, California Department of Alcoholic 

Beverage Control 
Stockton - Vernon E. Jeffries, Investigator, District Attorney's Office, San Joaquin County 
Stockton - William H. Kates. Lie utenant. San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton 
Stockton 
Stockton 
Stockton 
Stockton 
Stockton 



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Richard Edward McHugh, 



Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Paul M. Morton, Lieutenant, San Joaquin County SO 

Cyril W. Smith, Sergeant, PD 

Carlos A. Sousa, She riff -Coroner, San Joaquin County SO 

Denzel L. Troute, Chief Criminal Deputy, San Joaquin County SO 
Taft - Walter George McKee, Chief of Police, PD 
Torrance - Mervyn Henry Porter, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Torrance - John H. Stroh, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Tracy - Neil H. Tremaine, Chief of Police, I*D 
Turlock - John James Viarengo, Chief of Police, PD 

Vallejo - Wayne W. McPherson, Chief of Police, Mare Island Naval Shipyard 
Vallejo - Jack Emory Stiltz, Chief of Police, PD 

Ventura - Clarence R. Henderson, Chief Investigator, Ventura County District Attorney's Office 
Ventura - F, S. Robbins, Investigator, Ventura County District Attorney's Office / 
Ventura - Strevell G. Taylor, Chief of Police, PD 
Visalia - Frank D. Bentzen, Chief of Police, PD 

Weaverville - James R. Griffith, Undersheriff, Trinity County SO (SA, FBI) 
Whittier - Ebert A. McKinney, Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Woodland - Arden F. Keith, Captain, PD (SA, FBI) 
Yosemite - Frank F. Kowski,^ Training Center Supervisor, National Park Service, Yosemite 

National Park 
Yreka - Allen B. Cottar^ Sheriff -Cnrnnpr, SiP.klynn rnnnty SO 



Yreka -[ 



Undersheriff, Siskiyou County SO * 



Yuba City - Cuyler N. Martin, Chief of Police, PD * 



COLORADO 



Boulder - Roy H. Hill, Detective, PD 

Brighton - William Lawrence Kearns, Chief Investigator, Adams County SO 

Canon City - Kenn eth E. Owens, Chief o f Police, PD 

Colorado Springs - I "I Patrolman, PD * 

Colorado Springs - Homer G. Beattie, Captain, PD (Retired) 



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Colorado Springs - Earl C. Boatright, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Colorado Springs - Oren E. Doling, Captain, PD 

Colorado Springs - Harold Lindsey Davis, Lieutenant, PD 

Colorado Springs - Lewis C. Heinz, Detective, PD 

Delta - Eugene Linn, Undersh eriff, Delta County SO 

Denver ^ | Captain, State Highway Patrol * 

Denver - Robert E. Jordan, Captain, PD 

Denver - Walter G. Nelson, Captain, PD 

Denver - Thomas Leo 0*Neill, Sergeant, PD 

Denver - William George Preuitt, Captain of Police, PD 

Denver - Richard J. Schippers, Sergeant, Colorado State Patrol 

Denver - James Foltz Shumate, Lieutenant, PD 

Denver - Clifford Vernon Stanley, Detective Captain, PD 

Durango - Cloyd F, Hubertus, Chief of Police, PD 

Durango - R. Bruce Sullivan. Sheriff. LaPlata County SO * 



Fort Collins 
Fort Collins 



^ Undersheriff , Larimer County SO * 

Deputy Sheriff, Larimer County SO 
PD 



Lee V. Shipley, 
Fort Morgan - Anthony Erosky, Chief of Police, 
Golden - William O. Barlow, Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County SO 
Golden - Eugene M. Brace, Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County SO 
Golden - B. Lewis Hawley, Undersheriff , Jefferson County SO 
Grand Junction - John Myron Hooker, Patrolman, PD 
Grand Junction - Karl M. Johnson, Chief of Police, PD 
Grand Junction - H. E, Vander Took, Patrolman, PD 
Greeley - Robert H. Burg er. Deputy, Weld County SO 
Lamar - 
Littleton 

Longmont - Carol Dean Hebrew, Patrolman, PD 
Pueblo - Roy F, Harper, Chief of Police, PD 
Pueblo - Robert L. Mayber, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Pueblo - J. E. Stiff ler, Sr. , Captain, PD 

Pueblo - Ralph C. Thompson , Chief Deputy Sheriff, Pueblo County SO * 
Rangley - I I Deputy Sheriff, Rio Blanco County SO * 

Salida - Harry H. Cable, Chie f of Police, PD 
Sterling - | [ Undersheriff, Logan County SO * 

Sterling - Hugh N. O'Neal, Chief of Police, PD 



J Deputy Sheriff, Prowers County SO * 

William Maraggos, Jr. , Chief Investigator, Arapahoe County SO 



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Bridgeport - Joseph F. O'Donoghue, Captain, PD 

Bridgeport - Herbert F. Perkins, Lieutenant, PD 

Bristol - Edmunds, Crow ley, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Bristol - | [ Sergeant, PD * 

Bristol -Adam G. Klimek, Detective, PD 

Bristol - Thomas Y. McCarthy, Chief of Police, PD 

Bristol - A. Arthur Ormsby, Detective Sergeant, FD t 

Danbury - William F, Tobin, Detective Lieutenant, PD ^ ^ 

Darien - P, Edmund Brencher, Chief of Police, PD ^ ^ ^^ 

Darien - John William Jordan, Patrolman, PD 

Darien - Edwa rd Mugavero, Chief of Po lice, PD (Retired) 

East Hartford - \ [ Captain, PD * 

East Haven - Joseph Michael Folio, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Fairfield - James Kranyik, Chief of Police, PD 

Farmington - Richard H. Moore, Chief of Police, PD 

Glastonbury - Terrence J. McKaig, Chief of Police, PD 

Greenwich - Thomas C, Burke, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Greenwich - Stephen R. Clark, Lieutenant, PD 

Greenwich - John M. Gleason, Chief Administrator, Town cf Greenwich 

Greenwich - James P. Healey, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 



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Greenwich - Thomas M. Newton, Lieutenant, PD 

•Greenwich - David W. Robbins, Chief of Police, PD 

Hamden - Hugh Edward Mulhern, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Hartford - Peter A, Anderson, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Hartford - Stephen T. Bur gen, Detective, PD 

Hartford - Edward M. Campbell, Lieutenant, PD 

Hartford - James J. Egan, Captain, PD (Retired) 

D. Richard Fiorino, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Thomas J. Hankard, Captain, PD 

Charles J. Keefe, Jr. , Lieutenant, FD 

John J. Kerrigan, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Joseph P. McDonald . Captain, PD 

n County Detective, Hartford County * 



Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 
Hartford 



^County Detective, 

Leo J. Muicahy, Captain, State Pctlice (Retired) 
AbjohnC. Stokes, Captain, PD (Retired) 



William H. Sullivan, Captain, PD (Retired) 
Leslie W, Williams, Captain, State Police 
Manchester - Joseph A. Prentice, Deputy Chiefs PD * 
Meriden - Raymond D. Custy, Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Middletown - Vincent S. Marino, Captain, PD 
Middletown - Robert W. Martin, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Milford - Robert F, Dixon, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Milford - Arthur Harris, Superintendent of Police, PD 
Milford - Alfred A. Moffett, Detective Sergeant, PD 
New Britain - Arthur P. Hayward, Detective Captain, PD 
New Britain - Stanley John Janaites, Lieutenant, PD 
New Britain - James F, Kelly, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
New Britain - Joseph Benedict Kelly, Captain of Police, PD 
New Britain - William J. O'Day, Detective, PD (Retired) 
New Britain - Armond J. Zenga, Identification Officer, PD 
New Canaan - James Corson, Jr. , Captain, PD 
New Canaan - Henry Edward Keller, Chief of Police, PD 
New Canaan - Fredrick P. Tiani, Detective Sergeant, PD 
New Haven - Biagio DiLieto, Sergeant, PD 

New Haven - Raymond J. Eagan, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
New Haven - Raymond J. Eagan, Jr. , Sergeant, PD 
New Haven - Fred F. Esposito, Captain, PD 
New Haven - George F. Lawlor, Jr. , Sergeant, PD 
New Haven - Francis V. McManus, Chief of Police, PD 
New Haven - Robert J. Mulhern, Lieutenant, PD 
New Haven - Howard O. Young, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
New London - Cl^r^npg ^V?U§. Llgptenant, PD 

North Haven -| [Sergeant, PD * 

Norwalk - David P. Campbell, Lieutenant, PD 
Norwalk - Francis Edward Virgulak, Sergeant, PD 
Norwich - James C. Casey, Captain, PD 
Plainville - Louis H. Datoli, Chief of Police, PD 
Putnam - Henry L. Mathurin, Chief of Police, PD 
Stamford - Michael F. Moylan, Lieutenant, PD 
Stamford - Clarence Smith, Lieutenant, PD 
Stratford - Joseph R. Carten, Sergeant, PD 
Stratford - Raymond Chaffee, Captain, PD 
Stratford - John Andrew Havery, Lieutenant, 
Stratford - William J. Troland, Captain, PD 
Torrington - Edmond J. Wall. Captain. PD 



PD 



Isergeant, PD * 

onn V. beary, captain, PD (Retired) 



Wallingford - 

Waterbury - J 

Waterbury - James Magner, Captain, PD 

Waterbury - Fred T, Sullivan, Lieutenant, 

West Hartford - Vincent B. Hurlbut, Asst. 



West Hartford - John F. 



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Chief of Police, 
Paulsen, Captain, PD 

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West Hartford - William P. Rush, Lieutenant, PD 

West Hartford - Walter A. Sandstrom, Chief of Police, PD 

West Haven - Edmund G. Vivian, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Westport - Louis Rosenau, Captain, PD 

Wethersfield - Thomas J. Sullivan, Chief of Police, 'PD 

Windsor - James B. Murray, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 

DELAWARE 

Dover -Richard Benjamin Howell, Chief Investigator, Delaware State Police 

Dover - Frederick K. Lamb, Major, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Dover - Carl L. Lawrence, Major, Delaware State Police 

Dover - Melvin G. Leisure, Major, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Dover - Norman R. Purnell, Superintendent, Delaware State Police * 

Dover - George Frederick Schmalhofer, Captain, Delaware State Police 

Dover - Carl H. Schnetter, Major, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Dover - Cazenove C. Seitz, Major, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Dover - Harry S. Shew, Colonel, Superintendent, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Dover - Allen John Wentz, Lieutenant, Delaware State Police 

Dover - James R. Wood, Lieutenant, Delaware State Police (Retired) 

Wilmington - Herbert Barnes, U. S. Marshal, District of Delaware 

Wilmington - Charles E. Bryan, Captain, PD 

Wilmington - Earl S. Egnor, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Wilmington - William J. Warren, Sr. , Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Wilmington - Arthur B. Wilson, Chief of Police, PD 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Washington 
Washington 
Washington 

Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 

Washington 
Washington 

Washington 
Washington 
Washington 

Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 



- Charles P. Apfelbeck, Lieutenant, U. S. Park Police (Retired) 

- Harry Eugene Atkinson, Captain, U, S. Marine Corps 

- Cleo Eugene Baca, Staff Asst, , Physical Security Standards Branch, 
Division of Security, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission 

- Philip W. Birch, Investigator, U. S. Park Police 

- Nunzio Bonaccorsy, Captain, Metropolitan PD 

- L G. Brown, Colonel, U- S. Air Force 

- Dougal Harvey Cameron, Captain, U. S. Marine Corps 

- Joe Young Chennault, Lieutenant, Metropolitan PD 

- Vincent W. Cleary, Lieutenant, U. S. Park Police 

- Arthur D. Cook, Lieutenant, U. S. Park Police (Retired) 

- Benjamin F. Dies, Lieutenant Colonel, Office of the Air Provost Marshal 

- Alexander S. Douglass, Jr. , Captain, Metropolitan PD 
- Richard John Felb er. Inspector, Metropolitan PD 

I Inspector , Metropolitan PD 



J Division of Security, 



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Atomin F,ne,rFY Commission * 

I Lieutenant, U. S. Capitol Police * 

- Thomas F. Guidera, Lieutenant Colonel, Provost Marshal GeneraPs Office, 
U. S. Army 

- Lawrence A. Hartnett, Captain, Metropolitan PD 

- Larry M. Hollingshead, Warrant Officer, U. S. Marine Corps 

- Joseph J. Krell, Security Administration Officer, Public Buildings Service, 
General Services Administration 

- John B. Layton, Inspector, Metropolitan PD 

- J. W. Lea, M/Sgt. , U. S. Marine Corps 

- Melvin H. Leach, Inspector, U. S. Park Police 

- Raymond Edward LeVan, Major, Armed Services Police 

- Charles A, Mason, Sergeant, U. S. Park Police 

- John R. Matheson, Fir st Lieutenant, U. S. Marine Corps 

- | [ Technical Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps * 

- Eugene R. McJunkins, M/Sgt. , U. S. Marine Corps 



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Washiagton - W. J. Merlo, Major, Provost Marshal General's Office, U. S. Army 

Washington - Harry J. Painter, Captain, Provost Marshal General's Office, U. S. Army 

Washington - James M. Powell, Captain, Metropolitan PD 

Washington - Thomas Rasmusen, Inspector, Metropolitan PD 

Washington -John J. Regan, Jr., 1st Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps 

Washington - John F. Ryan, Captain, Metropolitan PD 

Washington - John H. Sligh, Warrant Officer, Armed Services Police 

Washington - Harold F. Stewart, Chief, U. S, Park Police 

Washington - Robert G. Thompson, Sr. , Lieutenant, U. S; Park Police (Retired) 

Washington - Howard P. Tiffin, Major, Provost Marshal General's Office, U. S. Army 

Washington - Roy P. Timerman, Captain, U. S, Marine Corps 

Washington - James C. Venable, 1st Lieutenant, U. S. Marine Corps 

Washington - Leroy E. Wike, Executive Secretary, International Association of Chiefs of Police 

Washington - Joseph T. Wirth, Lieutenant, U. S. Park Police (Retired) 

FLORIDA 



Bal Harbour - G. W. Owens, Chief of Police, PD 

Belle Glade - Charles D. Goodlett, Chief of Police, PD 

Bradenton - Mack Grant Britt, Chief of Police, PD 

Clearwater - | | Deputy Sheriff, Pinellas County SO * 

Clearwater - Denis J. Quilligan, Special Investigator, Office of the State Attorney 

Coral Gables - Delbert F. Edwards, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Coral Gables - W. G. Kimbrough. Chief of Polic e. PD 

Daytona Beach ^ I Constable * 

DeLand - Eugene J. Petrone, Deputy Sheriff, Volusia County SO 

Everglades - E. A. Doug Hendry, Sheriff, Collier County SO 



Fort Lauderdale 
Fort Lauderdale 
Fort Lauderdale 
Fort Lauderdale 
Fort Lauderdale 



J. Lester Holt, Chief of Police, PD 

Roland R. Kelley, Chief of Police, PD + 

Frank F. Meech, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

John Norman Mehl, Criminal Investigator, Broward County SO 

Robert Thomas Smith, Lieutenant, PD 
Fort Myers - Burl A. Underhill, Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Pierce - Rudolph F. Cassens, Chief of Police, PD * 
Gainesville - Lucian J, Hindery, Administrative Assistant, Alachua County SO 
Gainesville - William Dupree Joiner, Chief of Police, PD 
Gainesville - Rupert G. Zeigler, Captain, PD 
Hialeah - George Henry Jones, Lieutenant, PD 
Hialeah - David Insell Maynard, Lieutenant, PD 
Hialeah - Herbert U. Warner, Chief of Police, PD 
Jacksonville - James H. Allen, Captain, PD (Retired) 
Jacksonville - Rufus Coleman Blanton, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 
Jacksonville - James Oynel Crews, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Jacksonville - Eugene W. Griffin, Deputy Constable, 11th District of Duval County 
Jacksonville - Marvin H. Hayes, Deputy Sheriff, Duval County SO 
Jacksonville - William E, Hurlbert, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Jacksonville - William Frederick Johnston, Chief, Duval County Road Patrol, Duval County SO 
Jacksonville - James T. Lowe, Chief, Duval County Road Patrol, SO (Retired) 
Jacksonville - James Calvin Patrick, Chief Criminal Deputy, Duval County SO 
Jacksonville - Robert L. Starratt, Lieutenant, PD 
Jacksonville Beach - Charles H, Franks, Chief of Police, PD 
Key West - Rene A. Raiole, Lieutenant, Chief, Uniform Division, Monroe Co. SO 
Kissimmee - Ernest Patrick Murphy, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Osceola County SO 
Lakeland - Grant M. Harden, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Leesburg - William F. Parrish, Chief of Police, PD * 
Miami - Alfred W. Anderson, Inspector, PD 
Miami ■ Q. E, B^^dwift, CaPtaJn, PD (Retired) 



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Miami - Fred J. 
Miami - Edward D. 
Miami - [ 



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[Detective, PD * 

Manning, Inspector^ PD (Retired) 



Miami Beach 



RoulSjChief, Criminal Division, Dade County SO (Retired) 
I Chief Deputy Constable, District #1, Dade County 
Clarence Woodrow Huddleston, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

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Miami Beach - Arthur H. Leonard, Jr. , Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Naples - Samuel B. Caruthers, Chief of Police, PD 

New Smyrna Beach - Frank Russell Galbreath, Constable, Volusia County 

Ocala - Kenneth Charles Alvarez, Chief of Police,. PD 

Orlando - James Goode, Sergeant, PD 

Orlando - William G. Havnie, C hief of Detectives, 

Orlando i I Patrolman, PD * 

Orlando - Ro ma Trulock, Captain of Police, PD 



PD 



Palm Beach -| 

Palm Beach - Frank M. 



Patrolman, 
Lieutenant, 



^-^^— PD* 

Kasten, Lieutenant, PD 
Palm Beach - A. J. Longo, Chief of Police, PD 
Palm Beach - William Edgar Powell, Lieutenant, PD 
Panama City - Gerald Howard Bass, Deputy Sheriff, Bay County SO 
Panama City - Floyd D. Nixon, Chief Investigator, Bay County SO 
Pensacola - Wilbur Edward Ambrose, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Escambia County SO 
Pensacola - Charles Walter Solari, Chief Criminal Investigator, Escambia County SO 
Plant City - Robert Spooner, Chief of Police, PD 
Raiford - L. J. Swann, Assistant Warden, Florida State Prison 
St. Petersburg - Miles G. Colman, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 
St. Petersburg - Sidney M. Hill lard. Captain of Police, PD 
St. Petersburg - I I Detective Lieutenant, PD * 

St. Peters burg - Clarence M. Tallman, Jr., Detective, PD 
Sarasota - | "[ Deputy Sheriff, Sarasota County SO * 

Sarasota - T. B. Peacock, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 
Sarasota - | | Juvenile Probation Officer, Sarasota County * 

Sarasota - John N. Ward, Captain, PD 



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Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 

Tallaaassee 

Tallahassee - J. W. Hagans, Captain, Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee - Jay L. Hall, Captain, Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee - E. Bodie Jordan, Lieutenant, Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee - Robert Gwynn Maige, Captain, PD 



Bill James Barnett, Lieutenant, Florida Highway Patrol 
James A. Dick ens, Lieutenant, Florida Highway Patrol 
I Sergeant, PD * 

]for Governor of Florida * 



Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 
Tallahassee 



Donald L. McLeod, Executive Director, Florida Sheriff* s Bureau 
John D. Medaglia, Patrolman, Florida Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 
W. L. Prater, Maintenance Supervisor, City Recreation Department 
Reuben C, Smith, Investigator, Florida Forest Service 
E. Berwin Williams , Special Investigator, Florida Sheriff's Bureau 
JohnE. Williams, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 
Tampa - Archie Adair, Chief Criminal Deputy, Hillsborough County SO 
Tampa - Malcolm Elmore Beard, Constable, District #1, Hillsborough County 
Tampa - Orris C, Beynon, Inspector of Patrol, PD 
Tampa - Neil Gates Brown . Inspector of Detectives, PD 
Tampa ^ I Investigator, Florida State Beverage Department * 

Tampa - Roy C. Dahl, Superintendent, Bureau of Identification, Hillsborough County SO (SA, FBI) 
Tampa - Walter C. Heinrich, Captain, PD 
Tampa -John J. Mitrhfill. Tneiitpnant, Hillsborough County SO 

Tampa -| | Deputy Sheriff, Hillsborough County SO * 

Tampa -Bryant J. Roberts, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Tavares - R. G. Cassady, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Lake County SO * 

West Palm Beach - Harry L. Conyers, Deputy Sheriff, Palm Beach County SO 



GEORGIA 



Albany 
Albany 
Albany 
Albany 
Albany 



Rovace B. Hinson. Chief P robation Officer, Dougherty County Juvenile Court 

]c apt ain , 



. PD 

Jim Moore, Chief of Police, PD * 

D. Lamar Stewart, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Dougherty County SO 

Leslie Summerford, Police Sergeant, PD 



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Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 

Atlanta 



Identification Officer, PD * 

Dorris W. Austin, Jr. , Probation Officer, Fulton County Probation Office 



Lucius Herbert Bass, Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol 

Paul F. Bradford, Captain, PD (Retired) 

James Franklin Brown, Superintendent, PD 

Allen C. Bryant, Captain, PD 

Lewis T. Bullard, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

James E. Carnes, Corporal, Georgia Department of Public Safety 

Lewis W. Clyburn, Criminal Investigator, Fulton County Solicitor Generars Office 
Atlanta - Ivy Glyn Cowan, Superintendent of Dtjtectives, PD 
Atlanta - Henry F. Culberson, Sergeant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - William C. Dominy, Colonel, Department of Public Safety 
Atlanta - William L. Duncan, Captain, PD 
Atlanta - Thomas Harry Em bry, Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta - F [ Detective, PD * 

Atlanta - James Denver Gaston, Special Agent, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - Marion F. Hale, Sergeant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - E. B. Harbin, Captain, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta - C. D. Hardeman. Capta in, PD (Retired) 
Atlanta - I I Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol * 

Atlanta - Arthur L. Hutchins, Special Agent, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - Richard F. Jordan, Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta - Roger Mizelle King, Identification Aide, n, PD 
Atlanta - Homer Lafayette Lunsford, Trooper ^ Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta - Clarence E. Mitchell, Deputy Sheriff, Fulton County SO 
Atlanta - P. C. Peacock, Lieutenant, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta - Harvey Alton Poole, Lieutenant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - Ashford Lee Posey, Lieutenant, PD 

Atlanta - Bernard G. Ragsdale, Lieutenant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - William M. Riley, Captain, PD 
Atlanta - A. C. Roberts, Captain, PD 

Atlanta - Johnnie W. Robertson, Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta - George W. Slate, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 
Atlanta * Thomas Allen Smith. Sergeant. Georgi a Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - I ^ Fulton County Solicitor GeneraPs Office * 

Atlanta - | | Staff Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol * 

Atlanta - Ivy A. Thomas, Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta - Cecil C. Underwood, Major, Georgia State Patrol 

Atlanta - Emmett M. Whitfield, Jr. , Special Agent, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - Woodey Wilson, Lieutenant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta - James H. Winn, Lieutenant, PD (SA, FBI) 
Augusta - Ernest R. Atkins, Captain, PD 
Augusta - Bennie Eugene Bra ke. Investigator, Richmond County SO 

Augusta j ICantain. PD * 

Augusta "I |U. S. Atomic Energy Commission * 

Bainbridge - Idus J. Lynn, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Bainbridge - Ennis Lee Pittman, Patrolman, PD 
Brunswick - Rexford N, Deaver, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Butler - Charlie James Wright, Sheriff, Taylor County SO 
Cedartown - J. B. Williams, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Polk County SO 
Clyde R. Adair, Detective Captain, PD 
Robert D. Brown, Captain, Muscogee County PD 
Jack Lanier Coulter, Detective, PD 
C. B. Faison. Capt ain, Muscogee County PD 
iPatrolman, PD * 



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Columbus 
Columbus 
Columbus 
Columbus 
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- B. Frank McGuffey, Detective, PI) 
H. Butler, Lieutenant, PD 
Decatur - Ralph C. Elam, Lieutenant, DeKalb County Department of Public Safety 
Decatur - Brady M. Knight, Chief of Police, DeKalb County Department of Public Safety 
Decatur - Lee B. Mothershed, Jr. , Detective Lieutenant, PD 



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Decatur - Emory Todd Wagnon, Captain, DeKalb County Department <>f/^^li^ Safety 

Scatur- Egbert DewittWingo, Lieutenant, DeKalb County Department of Public Safety, (SA, FBI) 

East Point - Hugh D. Brown, Captain, PD 

East Point - Harold Allan Rickerson, Lieutenant, PD 

East Point - W. H. Tyler. Chief of Police, PD 

Gainesville - William D.Bagwell, Chief of Police, PD * 

Gainesville - John Lewis Burel, Sergeant, PD 

Griffin - Leo D. Blackwell, Chief of Police, PD 

Griffin - Jimmy Elmer Hayes, Desk Sergeant, PD {SA, FBI) 

Griffin - Woodrow C. Holcombe, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Spalding County SO 

Macon - Ben C. Cranford, Jr., Detective, PD 

Macon - J. T. Gibson, Chief Investigator, Bibb County SO 

Macon - John H. Knight, Jr. , Chief of the Traffic Division, PD 

Macon - J. P. Massey, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Bibb County SO * 

Macon - Marshal Henry Pearce, Jr., Sergeant, PD 

Macon - John Wesley Smith, Assistant Superintendent, Bureau of Identification, PD 

Marietta - Harold P. Griggs, Deputy Sheriff, Cobb County 

Marietta - Ernest R. Sanders, Chief of Police, PD 

Milledgeville - Oscar Lamar Hood, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Moultrie - J. Floyd Addison, Chief of Police, PD * 

Moultrie - Daniel Hampton Alderman, Jr. , Assistant Chief, PD 

New nan - Laurie Pritchett, Chief of Police, PD 

Rome - William Joe Hart, Detective, Floyd County PD 

Rome - Smith S. Horton, Chief of Police, PD 

Rome - B. Frank Perry, Identification Officer, PD 

Savannah - Sidney B. Barnes, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Savannah - Albert J. Bragg, Lieutenant, PD 

Savannah - Leonard Jasper Hallman, Special Investigator, Solicitor General of Chathan County 

Savannah - James Herbert Johnston, Steward, Chatham County Prison Farm System 

Savannah - William F. Marlowe, Captain of Police, PD 

Savannah - Leo B. Ryan, Lieuten ant, PD 

Savannah - | | Chief Security Officer, Savannah State Docks and Warehouses * 

Savannah Beach - David A. M cCutchen, Chief of Police, PD 

Smyrna - | "I Patrolman, PD * 

Statesboro - Stothard I. Deal, Sheriff, Bulloch County SO * 

Statesboro - Homer Morgan Parrish, Patrolman, PD 

Thomaston - Charlie W. Franklin, Assistant Chief, PD 

Thomasville - Alex L. Butler, Patrolman, PD 

Thomasville - Ronald Joseph Ramsey, Lieutenant, PD 

Thomasville - Noah A. Stegall, Chief of Police, PD 

Valdosta - Wilbur Perkerson. Chief of Police, PD 

Waycross - \ \ Lieutenant, PD + 

Waycross -J. Lonnie Murphy, Acting Chief of Police, PD 



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Boise - James E, Brandon, Captain, PD 

Boise - Frank Davis. Patrolman . PD (SA, FBI) 

Boise - I I Patrolman > State Police * 

Boise - Ora J. Shaw, State Brand Inspector (Retired) 

CaldweU - Keith Judd, Chief of Police, PD 

Coeur d'Alene - Arnold C. Engen, Chief of Police, PD 

Gooding - Russell E. Cecil, Sheriff, Gooding County SO (SA, FBI) 

Idaho Falls - A. Lowell Cramer, Chief of Police, PD 

Idaho Falls - Forrest G, Perrin, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Kellogg - Earl F. Winans, Chief of Police, PD 

Lewiston - Jimmie L. Asker, Sergeant, PD 

Lewiston - Robert O. Flood, Chief of Police, PD * 

Lewiston - Frank F. Hunt, f^hipf of Police, PD * 

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Wiiiiam J. Phiipot, Chief of Police, PD 



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Pocatello - Heary Edward Parker, Sheriff, Bannock County SO 

'Pocatello - Robert M. Pugmire, Captain of Police, PD (Retired) 

Sandpoint - George Frank Elliot, Chief of Police, PD 

Twin Falls - H. W. Gillette. Ch ief of Police, PD 

Twin Falls - I I Chief Investigator, Sheriff^s Office * 

Wallace - William J. Bond, Chief of Police, PD * 

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Alton - John M. Heafner, Chief of Police, PI) 

Alton - Samuel H. Roberts, Lieutenant, PD 

Aurora - Herschel B. Stover, Patrolman, PI) 

Aurora - F rancis D. Tighe, C hief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Belleville - | [ Lieutenant, PD * 

Belleville - Richard Joseph Me rcurio, Sergeant, PD 

Belleville - | | Lieutenant, PD * 

Bloomington - Merle Arbogast, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Bloomington - Frederick L. Giermann, Chief of Police, PD 

Calumet City - Ray Malak, Captain, PD 

Centralia - Orville T. Bounds, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Champaign - Mark W. O'Neill, Captain, Acting Chief of Police, PD 

Chicago - John B. Ascher, Lieutenant, PD 

Chicago - Maurice K. Begner, Inspector, Chicago Park District Police 

Chicago - John T. Connors, Lieutenant, PD 

Chicago - Patrick J. Deeley, Lieutenant, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Chicago - James E. Devery, Identification Inspector, PD 

Bernard M. Dier, Lieutenant, PD 

Daniel Thomas Dragel, Lieutenant., PD 

Edward C. Erickson, Lieutenant, PD 

Henry O. Hartman, Sergeant, PD 
Chicago - Phillip J. Hels, Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago - Maurice J. Higgins, Lieutenant, PD 

Chicago - Robert V. Keleher, Captain of Police, Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago - James A. Key, Lieutenant, PD 

John B. Kistner, Lieutenant of Police, PD 

James J. Lynch, Lieutenant, PD 

Thomas V- Lyons, Captain, PD 

John Daniel Madden, Sergeant, PD 

Thomas S. Marriner, Sergeant, Chicago Park District Police 

James McMahon, Lieutenant, PD 

Elwyn B. McPherson, Special Investigator, State Attorney's Office, Cook County 
Chicago - Joseph F. Morris, Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago - John J. Nelligan, Lieutenant, PD 

Chicago - John W. Northen, Supervising Captain, Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago - James A. O'Neill, Sergeant, PD 

Chicago - James Daniel Riordan, Lieutenant, Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago - Walter F, Shanahan, Lieutenant, Chicago Park District. Police 
Chicago - Joseph John Summers, Sergeant, Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago Heights - Joseph L. Sylvester, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 
Danville - Stanley L. Kentner, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
East Peoria - V ernie F. Roberson. Chief of Police, PD 



Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 



Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 
Chicago 



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r. Eggen, Lieutenant, PD 



East St. Louis 

Elgin . Clifford 

Elgin - Joseph G. Huber, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Elgin - Herbert W. Lange, Chief of Police, PD 

Elgin * Kenneth E. Lloyd, Lieutenant, PD 

Elmwood Park - Charles E. Woods, Chief of Police, PD 

Evanston - Daniel Andrew Dreiske, Captain, PD 

Evans ton - Albert W. Swanson, Patrolman, PD 



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Galesburg -William J. Allison, Detective, PD 

Galesburg - George H. Fuller, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Granite City - Eugene R. Burnett, Chief of Police, PD * 

Harrisburg - Loren W. Travel stead, Chief of Police, PD * 

Jacksonville H I Deputy Sheriff,. Morgan County SO * 

Jacksonville -Arthur L. Woods, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Joliet - Orville DeVilla Belfield, Captain, PD 

Joliet - John T. Dillon, Captain, PD 

Joliet - Roy C. Doerfler, Sheriff, Will County SO 

Joliet - Ma urice J. Hebert, Cap tain, PD (Retired) 

LaGrange - I H Patrolman, PD * 

Lake Forest - Alex Brebner, Chief of Police, PD 

Lansing - John Braschler, Chief of Police, PD 

Maywood - Donald E. Nolen, Chief of Police, PD 

Mavwoo d - Ammon V. Webb. Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Moline H Detective Sergeant, PD * 

Mount Vernon - FredE. Deaman, Captain, PD 

Mount Vernon - John L, Wielt, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

North Chicago - Jacob J. Novak, Chief of Police, PD 

Oak Park - Lewis Robert Case, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Oak Park - William F. Koerber, Captain, PD 

Oak Park - Fremont P. Nester, Captain, PD 

Oak Park - Raymond H. Peterson, Lieutenant, PD 

Oak Park - Antone J, Sommer, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Pekin - Donald Edward Smith, Chief of Police, PD 

Peoria - Charles Esken, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Peoria - George E. Johnson, Captain in Charge of Records & Identification Division, PD 

Peoria - Bernard J. Kennedy, Superintendent of Police, PD 

Pontiac - Willis R. Harms, Sheriff, Livingston County SO * 

Princeton - W. C. Duf field. Sheriff, Bureau County SO * 

Quincy - John G. Fichter, Sheriff, Adams County SO 

Quincy - Harold Hunsaker, Lie utenant, PD 

Quincy - | [ Detective, PD * 

River Forest - R. J. Rheingruber, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Rockford - Thomas P. Boustead, Chief of Police, PD 

Rockford - Howard G. Brewer, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Rockford - Leonard A. Friberg, Sheriff, Winnebago County SO * 

Rockford - George F. Weir, Captain, PD 

Rock Island - Lawrence O. Jones, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Rock Island - Earl R. Maynard, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Springfield - Ralph R. Bourn. Weapons Instructor, Illinois State Highway Police 

Springfield -[ [Lieut enant, Illinois State Highway Police * 

Lieutenant, Illinois State Highway Police * 
Doertier, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Hinds, Captain, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Donald J. Lehmann, Captain, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Ben E. Little, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Springfield - Peter Joseph McGuire, Chief Investigator, Office of the Attorney General, 

State of Illinois 
Springfield - William H, Morris, Superintendent, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Francis Willard Mowery, Lieutenant, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Elmer Soren Nelson, Patrolman, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Thomas L. O'Connor, Asst. Superintendent, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - John S. Stuper, Assistant Superintendent, Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield - Silver Suarez. Chief of Police, PD 

Springfield - Lawrence M. Taylor, Asst. Superintendent, Illinois State Highway Police * 
Springfield - Ervin H. Warren, Asst. Superintendent, Illinois State Highway Police * 
Sullivan - Glen W. Braden, Sheriff, Moultrie County SO 
Virginia - Harold L. Ellsworth, Sheriff, Cass County SO * 



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Springfield -'Fred W. 
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Watseka - Phil M. Brown, Sheriff, Iroquois County SO 

Waukegan - John R. Brake, Captain, PD 

Waukegan - Stanley M. Christian, Sheriff, Lake County SO (Retired) 

Waukegan - Norris Froelich, Sheriff, Lake County SO 

Waukegan - Clarence John H off . Lieutenant, PD 

Winnetka - I I Patrolman, PD * 

Woodstock - Lewis Thayer, Chief of Police, PD * 

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Anderson - Robert L. Morgan, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Bloomington - George Earl Huntington, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 
Elkhart - W illiam E. Mathis. Patrolman. PD (Retired) 



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Fort Wayne 
Fort Wayne 
Fort Wayne 



^Patrolman, PD * 

Lester H. Eisenhut, Patrolman, PD (Retired) 
Taylor, Captain, PD (Fletired) 



John T. 

Kenneth A. Waldrop, Captain, PD 
Frankfort - Glen L. Nickols, Patrolman, PD 
Gary - Opie C. Cross, Captain, PD (Retired) 
Gary - Thomas V. Cur ley. Captain of Detectives, PD 
Gary - James W. Traeger, Captain, PD 

Hammond - Ralph F. Cramer, Asst. Chief of police, PD (Retired) 
Hammond - James Edward Dowling, Inspector, PD 
Hammond - Andrew C. Pellar, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Huntington - Joseph E Petrucelle. Detective Sergeant, PD (Retired) 
Indianapolis - John Joseph Barton, Captain, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Robert Lee Bennett, Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 

Indianapolis - Norman C, Burnworth, Captain, Director of Training, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Morris J. Carter, Member, Board of Correction, Indiana State Dept, of Public Welfare 
Indianapolis - Elmer H. Cord, Detective Sergeant, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Price Cox, Captain, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Robert F. Dillo n^ Captain, Indiana State Police 

Indianapolis - I I Major, Indiana State Police * b6 

Indianapolis - Charles W. Epperson, Sergeant of Detectives, Indiana State Police b7C 

Indianapolis - George A. Everett, Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Herman Huston Freed - Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Alva R. Funk, Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - William G. Hague, Inspector, PD 

Indianapolis - Albert E. Hertzing, Detective Sergeant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Howard O. Hunter, Captain, PD 

Indianapolis - Frank Jessup, First Sergeant Detective, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Harold Jolliff , Captain, Indiana State Police, (Retired) 
Indianapolis • Kenneth E, Luke, Lieutenant, PD 
Indianapolis - John Paul McCrory, Staff Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Ernest G. Minniear, Chief, Indiana State Excise Police * 
Indianapolis - Jack R. Nye, Detective Sergeant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Robert A. 0*Neal, Sheriff, Marion County SO 
Indianapolis - Wendolin G. Opel, 1st Sergeant Detective, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - James Robert Osborne, Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - James R. Peva. S ergeant. Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - I 1 1st Sergeant, Indiana State Police * 

Indianapolis - Stephen N. Ranich, First Sergeant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - William S. Reed, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 
Indianapolis - Frank B. Roberts, Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis - Blain B. Schang, Sergeant of Detectives, Indiana State Police (Retired) 
Indianapolis - Edwin C. Schroeder. Lieute nant. Indiana State Police 
Irl^anapolis - I T corporal Technician, Indiana State Police * 

Indianapolis - Robert H. Shields, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Marion County SO 



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Indianapolis - Richard Y. Sutton, Lieutenant of Detectives, Indiana State Police 

Indianapolis - Marcellus J. Timme, First Sergeant Detective, Indiana State Police 

Indianapolis - Richard S. Wedekind, Detective Sergeant, Indiana State Police (Retired) 

Indianapolis - Harold Sylvester Zeis, Superintendent, Indiana State Police 

Jeffersonville - Arthur T. Royce, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Kokomo - Donald M. Scott, Chief of Police, PD 

Lafayette - Kenneth T. Bowman, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Lafayette - James A. Fisher, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Lafayette - John V. Weinhardt, Chief of Police, PD 

LaPorte - Norman M. Reeg, Sheriff, LaPorte County SO * 

Marion - Earl L. McPherson, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Michigan City - George C. Miller, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD (SA, FBI) 

Mishawaka - Dean Bolerjack, Chief of Police, PD 

Mishawaka - Merle W. Slabaugh, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Muncie - James P. Carey, Chief of Police, PD 

Plainfield - Russell O. Clapp, Superintendent, Indiana Boys* School 

Richmond - Ellis H. Duckett, Patrolman, PD (Retired) 

Richmond - Dan A. Mitrione, Chief of Police, PD 

Shelbyville - Lloyd Mellis, Patrolman, PD 

South Bend - Edward L. Bergan, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

South Bend - Harry T. Everett, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

South Bend - Edward Hanyzewski, Lieutenant, PD 

South Bend - Andrew F. Orban, Captain, PD 

South Bend - .Tampg K TrPVPT7 ropfsiin^ pjy 

South Bend - | [ Lieutenant, PD * 

Terre Haute - Eugene V. Butts, Detective, PD 

Terre Haute - John B. O'Leary, Detective, PD 

Terre Haute - Ray J. Thompson, Detective, PD (SA, FBI) 

Terre Haute - Thomas C. Welch, Detective, PD (Retired) 

Vincennes - Edgar E. Black, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Wabash - John D. Lavengood, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

West Lafayette H [ Patrolman, PD * 

Whiting - Ted Edward Dudzik, Patrolman, PD 

Whiting - John Kupcha, Captain, PD 

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Burlington - Paul Joseph Bruhl, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Burlington - Richard J. Wiesel, Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar Falls - Earl L. Immer, Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar Rapids - Carl James Bad ger, Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar Rapids 
Cedar Rapids 



Deputy Sheriff, Linn County SO * 
X?5ndon, Detective, PD (Retired) 

Detective Sergeant, PD 



1 nomas j. 
Cedar Rapids - John Blaine Scriven, Jr. 
Clarion - Roy E. Wilson, Sheriff, Wright County SO (Retired) 
Clinton - Henry J. Fries, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Clinton - Theodore R. Long, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 
Council Bluffs - Forrest Leroy Foster, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 
Council Bluffs - Earl E. Miller, Chief of Police, PD 

Council Bluffs - A. Wayne Moser, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Pottawattamie County Sheriff* s Department 
Davenport - Kenneth W. Anderson, Deputy Sheriff, Scott County SO 
Davenport - Forrest Fremont Ashcraft, Jr. , Detective Sergeant, PD 
Davenport - John Francis Grothus, Deputy Sheriff, Scott County SO 
Davenport - Elmpr C. P^tfirsfin. Captnin^ PD 

Davenport ] | Captain of Detectives, PD * 

Des Moines - Joe Benjamin Brindley, Captain, PD 

Des Moines - William M. Byers, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Polk County SO * 

Des Moines - Leon John Clemens, Sergeant Detective, PD 

Des Moines - Joe A, Couch, Detective, PD 



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Des Moines - Lyle W. Dawson, Captain, Highway Safety Patrol 

Des Moines - Howard R. Eide, Chief of Police, PD 

Des Moines - Arthur W. Ellison, Chief of Criminal Division, Polk County SO * 

Des Moines - Mark W. Flanagan, Sergeant, Highway Safety Patrol, State Department of 

Public Safety (SA. FB I) 
Des Moines -[ 
Des Moines 



Deputy Sheriff, Polk County SO * 
Gregson, Special Agent, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, 



Robert F. 

State Department of Public Safety 
Des Moines - Orin A. Kettells, Captain, PD 
Des Moines - Leonard Sheridan Murray, Special Agent, Bureau of Criminal Investigation, 

State Department of Public Safety 
Dubuque - J oseph H. Strub, Chie f of Police, PD (Retired) 
Estherville A I P atrolman. PD * 



Fort Dodge -] ] Captain, PD * 

Humboldt - Willis Belknap, Chief of Police, PD 
Iowa City -E.J. Ruppert, Sergeant, PD 
Iowa City - Oliver A. White, Chief of Police, PD 
Marshalltown - Wendall M. Willard, Captain, PD 
Oelwein - Paul Wayne Galer, Chief of Police, PD 
Ottumwa - C. Clayton Casady, Captain, PD 

Curtis L. Hend erson^ Detective, PI) 

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Harry J, Gibbons, Chief of Detectives, PD 
John Albert Rispalje, Captain, PD 



Ottumwa 

Sioux City 

Sioux City 

Sioux City 

Sioux City - Russell H. White, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Spencer - Resor H. Cowan, Chief of Police, PD * 

Waterloo - Harry J. Kreig, Chief of Police, PD 

KANSAS 



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Dodge City - Ramon Kenneth House, City Marshal, PD 
El Dorado - Paul L. Frederiksen, Chief of Police, PD 
El Dorado - Gerald C. Snell, Captain, PD (SA, FBI) 
Fairway - Robert F. Brazelton, Chief of Policfj, PD 
Garden City - Mitchel F. Geisler, Jr. , Chief of Police, 
Hutchinson - Benjamin L. Jones, Chief of Police, PD * 
Hutchinson - Carl L. Spriggs, Chief of Police, PD 
lola - Charles F. Walters, Patrolman, PD 
lola - John H. Walters, Patrolman, PD 
Kansas City - Russell 0. Sage, Jr. , Sergeant, PD 
Kansas City - Joseph F. Steach, Detective, PD 
McPherson - J. Lloyd Burt, Sheriff, McPherson County SO * 
Olathe - Lloyd A. Billings, Jr. , Sheriff, Johnson County SO * 
Pittsburg - Ralph M. Beard, Chief of Police, I»D 
Pittsburg - Paul Q. McPherson, Sergeant-Investigator, PD 
Salina - John Howell, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Salina - Henry Richard Salmans, Sr. , Chief of Police, PD 
Topeka - Edward Joseph Benn ett. Patrol Lieuteinant, PD 



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Patrolman, Kansas Highway Patrol * 
Topeka - Charles S. Crank, Chief of Detectives, PD (Retired) 
Topeka - Jack H. Ford, Trooper, Kansas Highway Patrol 
Topeka - William J. Frey, Sheriff, Shawnee County SO * 

Thomas H. Glasscock, Captain, Kansas Highway Patrol 
James S. Kline, Special Agent, Kansas Bureau of Investigation 
E. P. Moomau, Captain, Kansas State; Highway Patrol 
Raymonds. Pope, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 



Topeka 
Topeka 
Topeka 
Topeka 



Topeka - Allen C. Rush - Captain, Kansas Highway Patrol 

Topeka - Logan H. Sanford, Director, Kansas Bureau of fiivestigation 

Topeka - A. M. Scheibner, Major, Kansas Highway Patrol 



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Topeka - Raphael J. Simecka, Patrolman, Kansas Highway Patrol 
Topeka - Lloyd S. Vincent, Major, Kansas Highway Patrol 
Wichita - Ray L. Anderson, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Wichita - Leroy E. Bowery, Chief of Police, PD * 
Wichita - E. Reid Fletcher, Officer, PD (SA, FBI) 
Wichita - Eugene M. Pond, Chief of Police, PD 
Wichita - James H, Reeves, Senior Captain, PD 



KENTUCKY 



Benham ■ Patrolman, PD * 

Bowling Ureen - Murreli Waddle, Chief of Police, PD 

Covington - Ralph B. Kampsen, Lieutenant, PD 

Covington - Lyle F. Schwartz, Lieutenant, PD 

Covington - Robert Teioe L Detective, PD 

Frankfort - I I Colone l. Director, Kentucky Highway Patrol * 

Frankfort - | 1 Patrolman, Kentucky State Highway Patrol * 

Frankfort - William D. Calvert, Detective, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - James Edward Combs, Detective, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - Charles Burton Cr utchfield. Major, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - 

Frankfort -Joe J. Hall, Captain, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort - James W. Hughes, Deputy Director, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort - RoUie Johnson. Li eutenant. Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort p etective, Kentucky State Police * 

Frankfort - Noah w. Mullins, First Sergeant, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort - William Orville Newman, Jr. , Inspector, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort - Edward T, O^G rady, Detective, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort -Q 



]Colonel, Asst. Director, Kentucky Highway Patrol 



J J — _^ ^ ~ 

] Major, Kentucky Highway Patrol 



Frankfort - Arthur Leroy Poole, Detective Sergeant, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - Paul M. Smith, Director, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - Joseph B. Wilson, Detective, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - Walter E. Woods, Detective, Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort - Charles F. Young, Captain, Kentucky State Police 

Lexington - Walter R. Franklin, Chief, Fayette County Patrol * 

Lexington - G. W. Maupin, Deputy Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Lexington - H. Elmer Williams, Sergeant, PD 

Louisville - Bert W. Hawkins , Captain, PD 

Louisville - C, J. Hyde, Lieutenant, PD 

Louisville - Lawrence Kerr, Sergeant, PD 

Louisville - Thelbert Earl Koenig, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Louisville - Gerald C. Kopp. Captain, PD 

Louisville - Logan S. Moore, Lieutenant, PD 

Louisville - Francis J. Peak, Lieutenant, PD 

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I Captain, ¥D * 

Maurice J, Raque, Lieutenant, PD 
Mammoth Cave - Perry E. Brown, Superintendent, Mammoth Cave National Park 
Mammoth Cave - Granville B, Liles, Asst, Superintendent, Mammoth Cave National Park 
Owensboro - Raleigh D. Bristow, Chief of Detectives, PD (SA, FBI) 
Owensboro - Ernest C. Pate, Captain, PD 
Paducah - E. P. Glover, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 
Paducah * W. Lyle MoUoy, Captain, PD (Retired) 



LOUISIANA 

Alexandria - Charles C. Bolen, Detective j PD 

Alexandria - Marshall T. Cappel, Deputy Sheriff, Rapides Parish SO 

Alexandria - Walter C. Reynolds, Deputy Sheriff, Rapides Parish SO 



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Amite - Mervin R. Falcon, Chief Office Deputy, Tangipahoa Parish SO 

Amite - Thomas I. Sanders, Sheriff, Tangipahoa Parish SO 

Amite - Hulon L, Simmons, Chief Criminal Deputy, Tangipahoa Parish SO 

Bastrop - Will Hayden G riffin, Deputy Sheriff, Morehouse Parish SO (SA, FBI) 

Bastrop ■ ] [ Deputy Sheriff, Morehouse Parish SO * 

Bastrop -Kay J> SiDiey, Chief of Police, PD 

Baton Rouge - Arthur Andrew Altazin, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Baton Rouge - Shirley S. Arrighi. Chief of Police. PD 

Baton Rouge -| [Major, Louisiana State Police * 

Baton Rouge - Edward 0, Bauer, Jrl, Traffic Supervisor, PD 
Baton Rouge - Billy Joe Booth, Captain, Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge - H. G. Britton, Captain, PD (Retired) 



Thomas D> Burbank, Lieutenant Colonel, Asst. Supt., Louisiana State Police 

"[ Captain, State Police * 
Bryan Clemmons, Sheriff, East Baton Rouge Parish SO 
Jerome Charles Haas, Captain, Louisiana State Police 
Milton Everett Kidd, Captain, IjOuisiana State Police 

J. B, Kling, Jr« , Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff, East Baton Rouge Parish SO 
George Wilbur LeBl anc, Asst. Chief Criminal Deputy, East Baton Rouge Parish SO 
[Major, Louisiana State Police * 
M061^6, Colonel, Superintendent, State Police (Retired) 
Roden. Colonel. Superintendent, Louisiana State Police (Retired) 
] Detective Sergeant, PD * 



Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge -| 

Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge - 

Baton Rouge ■ 

Baton Rouge - l-'ranCiS '1 

Baton Rouge - Murphy J. 

Baton Rouge - | ~ 

Baton Rouge - Ray W. Thomas, Deputy Sheriff, East Baton Rouge Parish SO 

Baton Rouge - Wingate M. White, Major, Louisiana State Police (Retired) 

Baton Rouge - \ [ Captain, Supervisor, State Police * 

Bossier City - Burgess E. McCranie, Mayor * 

Colfax - J. Wilson Smith, Sheriff, Grant Parish SO 

Donaldsonville - Lester Gonzales, Deputy Sheriff, Ascension Parish 

Farmerville - Jurd G, Stewart, Sheriff, Union Parish SO 

Franklin - Chester C. Baudoin, Chief Criminaii Deputy, Saint Mary Parish SO 

Franklin - Johnny J, Graffeo, Criminal Deputy, St. Mary Parish SO 

Houma - George Leslie Broussard, Superintendent of Police, PD * 

Houma - Abel P. Prejean, Sheriff, Terrebonne Parish SO 

Lake Charles - J. H. Hebert, Chief of Police, PD 

Lake Charles - Mike L, Hogan, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Mansfield - Roy Douglas Webb, Chief Deputy Sheriff, DeSota Parish SO 

Monroe - Bailey Grant, Sheriff, Ouachita Parish SO 

Monroe - James C. Kelly, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Monroe - Frank Kirby, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Ouachita Parish SO 

Monroe - Edison L. Walker, Chief Criminal Investigator, Ouachita Parish SO 

Natchitoche s - Thomas J. Step hens. Chief Criniinal Deputy Sheriff, Natchitoches Parish SO * 

New Iberia - I [ Deputy Sheriff, n)eria Parish SO * 

New Orleans - Albert Philip Blanc her, Deputy Chief, PD * 

New Orleans - Louis H. Deutschmann, Chief of Harbor Police, Port of New Orleans 

New Orleans - William John Dowie, Sr. , Captaiin, PD 

New Orleans - Joseph Ignatius Gi arrusso. Deputy Superintendent of Police, PD 

New Orleans - | [ Captain, PD * 

New Orleans - William J. McNamara. C hief of Detectives, PD 

New Orleans ^ [ Special Investigator, Orleans Parish Grand Jury * 

New Orleans - Ray Herman Muller, Lieutenant of Police, PD (Retired) 

New Orleans - Edward Henry Pecoul, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 

Plaquemine - C. A. Griffon, Jr. , Sheriff, Iberville Parish SO 

Pointe a la^ tfarhe - T, K nfivittj Deputy Sherifi:, Plaquemines Parish SO 

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[ Deputy Sheriff, Lincoln Parish SO * 
George Bond Simonton, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Lincoln Parish SO 

William Chaillie Percy, Jr. , Sheriff, West Feliciana Parish SO 
Deputy Sheriff, Tensas Parish SO 



Ruston 

St Francisville 

St. Joseph - William Mac Seaman, 

Shreveport - Gordon McKee Carr, Major, Caddo Parish SO 

Shreveport - James M. Goslin, C hief Deputy Sheriff, Caddo Parish SO 



Shreveport 



Investigator, Caddo Parish SO * 
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Shreveport - Harold M. Terry, Captain, Caddo Parish SO 
Shrevepo rt - Ed M. Ward. C hief. Identification Bureau, Caddo Parish SO 
Tallulah -I iDe putv Sheriff, Madison Parish SO * 

Thibodaux ^ | Deputy Sheriff, Lafourche Parish SO * 

Ville Platte - Elias Vidrine, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Evangeline Parish SO 
Waterproof - Allen M. Shelton, Jr. , Town Marshal 

MAINE 

Auburn - Alton E. Savage, Chief of Police, PD 

Augusta - Parker F. Hennessey, Lieutenant, Maine State Police 

Augusta - Robert Marx, Colonel, Chief, Maine State Police 

Augusta - Carl W. Smart^ Probation and Parole Officer, Dept. of Institutional Services 

Augusta - | Patrolman, Maine State Police * 

Bangor - Carl R. Lobiey, Captain, PD 

Bangor - C lifton E. Sloane> Cap tain, PD 

Biddeford - | [ Deputy Sheriff, York County SO * 

Brewer -Ralph WUlJam WUlQughby, Chief of Police, PD 

Houlton -I lldentification Officer, Aroostook County SO * 

Lewiston - Roland Conrad Amnott, Chief of Police, PD 
Lewiston - Ralph Elder Eraser, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Lewiston - James F. Murphy, Captain, PD 
Portland - Thomas P. Foley, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 
Rumford - Albert J. Theriault, Chief of Police, PD 



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Baltimore - 
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Aberdeen - Charles Dexter Casey, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 
Annapolis - Walter Musterman, Captain, PD 
Baltimore - William E. Armstrong, Lieutenant, PD 
Baltimore - Anthony E. Doyle, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Baltimore - Leonard Fehlauer, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

G. Gordon Gaeng, Captain, Park Police 

Frank W. Grunder, Lieutenant, PD 

John F. Hettchen, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Leo T. Kelly, Jr. , Inspector, PD 

James S. Kemple, Sergeant, PD 

Anthony Francis Nelligan, Captain, PD 

Norman Jerome Schleigh, Captain, PD 
- Brice Goldsborough Kinnamon, Chief of Police, PD 
Cumberland - B. Frank Gaffney, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Cumberland - Edwin R. Lilya, Investigator, State's Attorney's Office, Allegany County 
Cumberland - Thomas J. See, Detective, PD 
Ellicott City - Harry M. Harrison, Lieutenant, Howard County PD 
Ferndale - Elmer F. Hagner, Jr. , Lieutenant, Anne Arundel County PD 
Frederick - Charles Victor Main, Chief of Police, PD 
Hagerstown - Harold B. Kiser, Lieutenant, PD 
Hagerstown - Blair P. Overton, Chief of Police, PD 
Hagerstown - Arthur C. Pahner, Sergeant, PD 
Hagerstown - John E. Rohrer, Patrolman, PD 
Hagerstown - Grayson Leo Wigfieid, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Hyattsville - Kenneth Chester Moureau, Corporal, PD 
LaPlata - Francis Carl Garner, Sheriff, Charles County SO 
Pikesville - Charles Lawrence Andrew, First Sergeant, State Police 
Pikesville - Wilbour H. Conroy, Captain, State Police 
Pikesville - George R. DaviAgnn ^ Captain, State Police 
Pikesville - 



JSergeant, State Police * 



Pikesville - James Thornton Knight, Lieutenant, State Police 
Pikesville - Grayson E. Newcomer, Lieutenant, State Police 
Pikesville - William E. O'Hara, Lieutenant, State Police 
Pikesville - Earl William Reith, Captain, State Police 
Rockville - Robert L. Dutrow, Lieutenant, Montgomery County PD 



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Rockville - Joseph C. Hawkins, Lieutenant, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville - George \Varren Howes, Detective Sergeant, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville - John P. Leahy, Detective Lieutenant, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville - James S. McAuliffe, Colonel, Superintendent, Montgomery County PD ^ 

Rockville - Carroll V. Miller, In spector, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville ^ "[ P^tective Sergeant, Montgomery County PD * 

Rockville - Kenneth Winstead Watkins, Detective Sergeant, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville - William M. Whalen, Lieutenant, Montgomery County PD 

Rockville - | "^ Sergeant, Montgomery County PD * 

Salisbury - William James Chatham, Chief of Police, PD 

Salisbury - Ni cholas H. Hollan ds Chief of Police, PD * 

Seat Pleasant - I I Patrolman, Prince Georges County PD * 

Seat Pleasant - Vincent Stetson Free, Inspector, Prince Georges County PD 

Seat Pleasant - George J. Panagoulis, Superintendent, Prince Georges County PD 

Seat Pleasant - Wilson J. Purdy, Captain, Prince Georges County PD 

Seat Pleasant - Roscoe Clinton Sines, Lieutenant, Prince Georges County PD 

Seat Pleasant - Roland B. Sweitzer, Captain,, Prince Georges County PD 

Seat Pleasant - Charles N. Thomson, Captain, Chief, Detective Bureau, Prince Georges 

County PD 
Takoma Park - Samuel Allan Foster, Chief ctf Police, PD 
Towson - J. Gordon Holmes, Detective Lieutenant, Baltimore County PD 
Towson - Frank J. Sammeck, Lieutenant, Baltimore County PD 
Towson - Earl Howard Smith, Inspector, Baltimore County PD 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Andover - David Lincoln Nicoll, Chief of Police, PD 

Arlington - Albert E. Ryan, Chief of Police, PD 

Athol - William J. Callahan, Chief of Police. PD 

Attleboro - Ernest William Holt, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Barnstable - | ^ Criminal Identification Officer, Barnstable County SO * 

Bar'nstable - Francis Arthur Brown, Deputy Sheriff, Barnstable County SO 

Barnstable - Donald P. TuUoch, Sheriff,. Barnstable County SO 

Belmont - Hubert C. Magu ire, Lieutenant, PD 

Belmont - | [ Patrolman, PD * 

Belmont -Donald Edward Robinson, Lieutenant, PD 

Boston - John D. Ahern, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Boston - Leonard V. Avery, Asst. Superinteicident, Youth Service Board, Commonwealth 

of Massachusetts 
Boston - Edward F. Blake, Lieutenant, PD 
Boston - James A. Cretecos, Captain, Massachusetts State Police 
Boston - Charles J. Deignan, Captain, PD 
Boston - Francis J. Hennessy, Superintendent of Police, PD 

Boston - Timothy J. Lyden, Major, Office of Special Investigations, U. S. Air Force 
Boston - Andrew Markhard, Deputy Superintendent of Police, PD 
Boston - William J. Marley, Captain, Metropolitan District Police 
Boston - John F. McElhinney, Captain, PD 

Boston - Daniel A. Murphy, Captain of Detectives, Massachusetts State Police 
Boston - William J, Owen, Lieutenant, Massachusetts State Police 
Boston - Francis W. Russell, Captain, PD 
Bourne - James E. O'Toole, Chief of Police, PD 
Braintree - Edward D. Cahill, Chief of Police, PD 
Brockton - Gustaf C. Newman, Lieutenant, PD 
Brockton - D, Edward Sullivan, Captain, PD 
Brockton - Joseph C. Wright, Chief of Police, PD 
Brookline - James Gerard Carroll, Captain, PI) 
Brookline - Bernard Stephen Fleming, Sergeant, PD 
Brookline - Clinton A. Heitman, Captain, PD 
Brookline - Malcolm N. Maclver, Sergeant, PD 



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Brookline - Wilbur R. MacMillan, Captain, PD 

Brookline - Joseph P. Mahoney, Captain, PD 

Brookline - Edmund J. Makarewich, Special Officer, PD 

Brookline - Thomas P. McCusker, Lieutenant, PD 

Brookline - Arthur P. Murphy, Lieutenant, PD 

Brookline - James C. Rourke, Lieutenant, PD 

Brookline - Charles Phillips Simmons, Special Officer, PD 

Brookline - James W. Tonra, Chief of Police, PD 

Brookline - Richard F. Walsh, Sergeant, PD 

Cambridge - Joseph P. Breen, Captain, PD 

Cambridge - Daniel J. Brennan, Chief of Police, PD 

Cambridge - Chester E. Halllce, Lieutenant, PD 

Cambridge - Alfred E. Marckini, Lieutenant, PD 

Cambridge - James F. Murphy, Lieutenant, PD 

Cambridge - John J. Norton, Sergeant, PD 

Cambridge - Francis W. O'Connell, Court Officer, Third District Court of Middlesex County 

Cambridge - Raymond L. Patten, Lieutenant, PD 

Cambridge - John F. Teehan, Detective, PD 

Cambridge - Leonard F. Walsh, Patrolman, PD 

Chelsea - Robert Renfrew, Lieutenant, PD 

Chicopee - Theodore A. Fisher, Chief of Police, PD 

Clinton - Michael Edward Kelly, Chief of Police, PD 

Dartmouth - James S. Hervey, Chief of Police, PD 

Everett - Everett Cushman Perkins, Lieutenant, PD 

Everett - Eugene O. Tobin, Lieutenant, PD 

Fall River - Rossa E. Couture, Police Commissioner, PD * 

Fall River - Ralph S. Crudele, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Fall River - Edward C. McMahon, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Fall River - John W. Toulan, Jr., Inspector, PD (SA, FBI) 

Fall River - vValter H. White, Lieutenant, PD 

Fitchburg - Warren A. Wade, Sergeant, PD 

Fitchburg - Ralph E. Williams, Captain, PD 

Gardner - Cyrille Leblanc, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Gardner - Joseph J. Renes, Chief of Police, PD 

Great Barrington - Henry T. McCarty, Chief of Police, PD 

Great Barrington - Richard W. Morrison, Patrolman, PD 

Greenfield - Donald L. Grogan, Sergeant, PD 

Groton - Hermon E. Prescott, Chief of Police, PD * 

Haverhill - Edward W. Cooper, Sergeant, PD 

Hull - Daniel A. Short, Chief of Police, PD 

Leominster - George H. Smith, Chief of Police, PD 

Lexington - John W. Rycroft, Chief of Police, PD 

Longmeadow - George A. Yarsley, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Lynn - John P. Fournier, Chief, PD 

Lynn - John Valentine Silk, Lieutenant of Police, PD 

Maiden - John H. O'Neil, Lieutenant, PD 

Maiden - Curtis G. Sanford, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Mansfield - Nazzarano Lawrence D'Afile, Chief of Police, PD 

Melrose - George D. MacWilliams , Captain, PD 

Milton - John E, Whearty, Chief of Police, PD 

Natick - W. Joseph Shea, Chief of Police, PD 

Needham - Thomas W. sVelch, Chief of Police, PD 

New Bedford - Thomas E. Carr, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Newton - John A. Bibbo, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Newton - Joseph B. Lyons, Inspector of Police, PD (Retired) 

Newton - Thomas L. McEnaney, Inspector, PD (SA, FBI) 

Newton - John Nichols McMullen, Lieutenant, PD 

Newton - George W. O'Neil, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Newton - Philip Purcell, Chief of Police, PD 



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North Adams - John F. Flaherty, Chief of Police, PD 

Pittsfield - Michael P. Berry, Captain, PD 

Pittsfield - Raymond F. Coakley, Captain, PD 

Pittsfield - John J. Killeen, Captain, PD 

Pittsfield - Camille L. Marcel, Captain, PD 

Plymouth - Howard F. Levings, Director, Plymouth County Bureau of Criminal Investigation 

Quincy - John F. Denneen, Sergeant, PD 

Quincy - William Ferrazzi, Chief of Police, PD 

Quincy - Paul A. LaHive, Lieutenant, PD 

Revere - William Francis Gannon, Captain, PD 

Rockport - Jacob H. Perkio, Chief of Police, PD 

Salem - Joseph V. McDonough, City Marshal, PD 

Salem - Lawrence J. Moynihan, Captain, PD 

Salem - John Joseph Whelton, Lieutenant, PD 

Somerville - James M. Fitzpatrick, Patrolman, Blue Hills Division, Metropolitan District Police 

Somerville - Leo Joseph Gormley, Lieutenant, PD 

Somerville - Patrick F. O^Brien, Inspector, PD 

Somerville - LeRoy V. Pierce, Captain, PD 

Springfield - James J. Collins, Captain, PD 

Springfield - Raymond P. Gallagher, Chief of Police, PD 

Springfield - J. Alt)ert Murphy, Sergeant, PD 

Walpole - Timothy A. Cullinane, Chief of Police, PD 

Watertown - Walter F. Flaherty, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Wellesley - James P. Chisholm, Sergeant, PD 

Wellesley - Joseph T. Fleming, Sergeant, PI) (Retired) 

Wellesley - Robert P. MacBey, Chief of Police, PD 

Westfieid - Malcolm Donald, Chief of Police, PD 

West Springfield - Raymond W, Hubert, Captain, PD 

West Springfield - John B. O'Brien, Chief of Police, PD 

Winchester - Edward F. Bowler, Sergeant, FD 

Woburn - Joseph E. Doherty, Lieutenant, PD 

Worcester -John Patrick Ferr is. Jr., Lieutenant, PD b6 



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Ann Arbor - Casper M. Enkemann, Chief of Police, PD 

Ann Arbor - Holland J. Gainsley, Captain, PD 

Bay City - Frank W. Anderson, Chief of Police, PD 

Benton Harbor - Walter E. Knuth, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Big Rapids - MaxE, Harroun, Superintendent, PD 

Birmingham - Merlin L. Holmquist, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Birmingham - Ralph W. Moxley, Chief of Poli.ce, PD 

Burr Oak - Herbert J. Jordan, Chief of Police, PD 

Cadillac - Frederick N. Weber, Chief of Police, PD 

Coldwater - Neil E. Pfost, Sheriff, Branch County Sheriff's Department 

Dearborn - Emrys R. Evans, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Detroit - James C. Berg, Deputy Superintendent, PD 

Detroit - Claude Broom, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Detroit - Harold A. Brownfield, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Detroit - Melville E. BuUach, Inspector, PD 

Detroit - Garfield J. Campbell, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Detroit - Carl W. Falk, Senior Detective Inspector, PD 

Detroit - Marvin G. Lane, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Detroit - Charles B. Matthes, Detective, Wayne County SO 

Detroit - Chris Nielsen, Detective Inspector, Redford Township PD 

Detroit - Robert S, Quaid, Lieutenant, PD 

Detroit - Harold C. Schimmer, Inspector, PD 

Detroit - James Laurence Shanahan, Detective, Wayne County SO (SA, FBI) 



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Detroit - Gilbert J. Shelby, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

East Lansing - Wilson G. Agar, Corporal, Michigan State Police 

East Lansing - Jack P» Foster, Sergeant, Michigan State Police 

East Lansing - Purlette Hinckley, Lieutenant, Michigan State Police (Retired) 

East Lansing - Okla H. Knox, Lieutenant, Michigan State Police (Retired) 

East Lansing - Lawrence J. Meehan, Staff Captain, Michigan State Police (Retired) 

East Lansing - Robert E. Murray Captain, Michigan State Police (Retired) 

East Lansing - I I Identification Officer, Michigan State Police * 

East Lansing - Carl W. Robertson, Captain, Michigan State Police (Retired) 

Ecorse - Charles W. Miller, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Ecorse - Alvin Royal, Chief of Police, PD 

Escanaba - Harold Oscar Finman, Chief of Police, PD 

Essexville - Edward J. Kaake, Chief of Police, PD 

Flat Rock - Arthur A. Busick, Chief of Police, PD * 

Flint - John Burton, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Flint - Clayton Earl Cooper , Detective Lieutenant, VD 

Flint - Robert A. Corrington. Detective Lieutenant, PD 



Flint ■[ 



^Instructor of Police, PD * 

Herfurth, taptain of Detectives, PD 



Flint - Loren M 

Flint - George B. Paul, Chief of Police, PD 

Flint - George Ringler, Inspector , PD (Retired) 

Flint H [ Detective, PD * 

Flint - Ray E, Weatherwax, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Garden City - Arthur Nagle, Chief of Police, PD 

Grand Haven - Richard E. Klempel, Chief of Police, PD 

Grand Rapids - Winston T. Churchill, Special Investigator, State Liquor Control 

Commission (SA, FBI) 
Grand Rapids - Donald De Boer, Lieutenant, Kent County Sheriff's Department 
Grand Rapids - Harry Faber, Captain, PD 
Grand Rapids -James F. Hendricks, Identification Officer, PD 
Grand Rapids - Stanley J. Skuzinski, Lieutenant, PD 
Grosse Pointe Park - Arthur E, Louwers, Chief of Police, PD 
Harper Woods - Allen Martin Miglio, Chief of Police, PD 
Highland Park - John D. Allen, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Houghton - Ernest R. KlingbeU, Chief of Police, PD * 

Jackson - F redE. Foster, Lieute nant, Superintendent of Identification Division, PD 
Kalamazoo - | [ Sergeant, PD * 

Lansing - Elwyn J. Groak, Lieutenant, PD 
Lansing - Oris A, Montgomery, Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Lansing - Charles Stragier, Inspector of Police, PD 
Marquette - Donald C. Hermanson, Detective, PD 
Menominee - Anton G. Jensen, Captain of Investigations, PD 
Menominee - John W. Reindl, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Menominee County SO * 
Midland - Douglas F. Craig, Chief of Police, PD 
Midland - Ben Penner, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 
Midland - R. W. Rogers, Chief of Police, PD * 
Monroe - Harris W. Lapp, Chief of Police, PD 
Mount Morris - Frederick J, Serra, Chief of Police, PD 
Mount Pleasant ■ [ | Patrolman, PD * 

Muskegon - Harold V. Mehl, Chief of Police, PD * 
Muskegon - L. B. Plough, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Muskegon - Don Veitenheimer, Chief of Police, Muskegon Township PD 
Niles - Arthur N, Pears, Chief of Police, PD 
Plymouth - Vaughan R. Smith, Chief of Police, PD * 
Pontiac - George D. Eastman . Director of Public Safety 
Pontiac - [ [ Detective Sergeant, PD * 

Port Huron - Virgil L. James, Captain, PD 
Port Huron - Ferris E. Lucas, Sheriff, Saint Clair County SO * 
Port Huron - Daniel O'Leary, Chief of Police, PD 
Saginaw - Dale Austin, Superintendent, Identification Bureau, Saginaw County SO 

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Saginaw - James Hazen, Deputy Sheriff, Saginaw County SO 
Saginaw - William C. Mueller, Lieutenant, PD 



Saginaw - William R 
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Thomas, Sergeant , PD 



JPatrolman, PD * 

Shunk, Captain, PD 



William D. 
Sault Sainte Marie - J. Willard Welsh, Chief of PoUce, PD 
St. Johns - P. J. Patterson, Sheriff, Clinton County SO 
St. Joseph - Thomas F. Gillespie, Chief of Police, PD 

St. Joseph - Ottis V. Kelley, Identification Officer, Berrien County SO (SA, FBI) 
St, Joseph - Erwin H. Kubath, Sheriff, Berrien County SO * 
St. Joseph - William Mihalik, Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Southgate - William Bert Shaffer, Chief of Police, PD 
Traverse City - Richard P. Weiler, Sheriff, Grand Traverse County SO 
Wyandotte - Lawrence A. Eastman, Deputy Chief of Police, FD 
Ypsilanti -William Frank Reiman, Asst. Chief, PD 

MINNESOTA 



Austin - Robert L. Nelson, Detective, PD 

Austin - George N. Roope, Chief of Police, PD 

Bemidji - John Joseph Cahi ll. Sheriff, Beltrami County SO 

Bemidji - | [ Captain, PD * 

Bemidji - Douglas H. Smith, Deputy Sheriff, Beltrami County SO (SA, FBI) 

Carlton - Oscar F. Juntunen, Sheriff, Carlton County SO 

Chaska - Lester W. Melchert, Sheriff, Carver County SO 

Duluth - Marshall E. Linnander . Inspector, IPD 

Duluth - I n Chief Criminal Investigator, St. Louis County SO * 

Duluth - Walter L. Wiski, Chief of Police, PD 

Edina - Wayne Wilson Benne tt. Chief of Police, PD 

Edina - I I Officer, PD * 

Eveleth - Edward R. Mahaffey, Chief of Policje, PD 

Fairmont - George R, Cavers, Chief of Police, PD 

Faribault - Edward D. O'Brien, Chief of Police, PD 

Faribault - Arthur L. Pykles, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Grand Rapids - Marvin W. Mitchell, Sheriff, Itasca County SO 

Grand Rapids - George D. 0*Clock, Patrolma,n, PD (SA, FBI) 

Hibbing - Fred Odegard, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Mankato - Charles D, Alexander, Patrolman First Class, PD 

Minneapolis - Eugene C. Arnold, Inspector of Deputies, Hennepin County SO 

Minneapolis - Harry Berglund, Criminal Deputy Sheriff, Hennepin County SO (SA, FBI) 

Minneapolis - Edward B. Hansen, Chief of Police, PD * 

Minneapolis - Thomas R. Jones, Chairman, State Board of Parole 

Minneapolis - William Edwin Rva n. Sheriff, Hennepin County SO 

I Criminal toestigator, Hennepin County SO * 
Eldred I. Walling, Inspector, I>D 
Milton Earl Winslow, Superintendent of Police, PD 

Eric Carlson, Chief of Police, PD 

Robert LaMettry, Sergeant, PD 

■ Donald S. Crowe, Detective, PD 

- Harold M. Fitzpatrick, Detective Captain, PD 
James J> Macken , Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 



Minneapolis 
Minneapolis 
Minneapolis 
Red Wing 
Richfield ■ 
Rochester - 
Rochester - 
Rochester - 
St. Cloud -[ 



] Identification Officer, Stearns County SO * 

St. Cloud - George J. Stotko, Chief of Police, PD 

St. Louis Park - James R. Dahl, Detective, PD 

St. Paul - John O. Barry, A gent, Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 

St. Paul H P eputv Sheriff, Ramsey Coun^ SO * 

St Paul - Paul Jacob Gillen, Detective, PD 

St. Paul - Logan M. Graham, Jr., Investigator, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 

St. Paul - Edward T. Mattson, Assistant Superintendent, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 



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St. Paul - Lester E. McAuliffe, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

St. Paul - William F. Proetz, Chief of Police, PD 

St. Paul - Charles J. Reiter, C rime Investigator, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension 

St. Paul - I I Deputy Sheriff of Ramsey County SO * 

St. Paul -Elmer Otto Stover n. Superintendent, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension * 

St. Paul - Anthony James Tighe, Detective, PD 

Shakopee - Wilmer Bryan Schroeder, Sheriff, Scott County SO 

South St. Paul - Wesley Paul Glewwe, Superintendent of Identification, PD (SA, FBI) 

South St. Paul - Robert Ketcham, Sergeant, PD 

Willmar - Robert Henry McLane, Chief of Police, PD 

Winona - August J. Bingold, Chief of Police, PD 

Winona - Everett R. Laak, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 



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Aberdeen - Joe Q. Monaghan, Sheriff, Monroe County SO 

Cleveland - Ray Caffey, Deputy Sheriff, Bolivar County SO 

Columbia - Edgar Fortenberry, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Columbus " Garth M, Palmer, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Columbus " Mahlon Vickery, Chief of Police, PD 

Greenville - William C. Burnley, Jr., Detective Captain, PD 

Greenville - Clarence A. Hollingsworth, Chief of Police, PD 

Greenville - W. Rov Long. Captain. PD 

Greenville A ~ Captain, PD * 

Greenville - William Taggart, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Greenville - Marl Wilkinson, Captain, PD 

Greenwoo d - Curtis Larv. Chi ef of Police, PD 

Grenada - I 1 Marshal * 

Gulfport - Edward L. Blue, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 

Gulfport - Judson Singley Locke, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 

Hattiesburg - M. M. LitUe, Chief of Police, PD * 

Jackson - S. Buford Barnes, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Jackson - Daniel F. Barrett. I nspector. Highway Safety Patrol 

Jackson - ^ Detective Lieutenant, PD * 

Jackson - Gwin Cole, Assistant Director, Bureau of Identification, Highway Safety Patrol 

Jackson - A. E. Crawford, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Hinds County SO * 

Jackson - D. B. Crockett, Investigator, Mississippi State Highway Patrol 

Jackson - Robert Henry Fyke, Inspector, Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol 

Jackson - Andrew L. Hopkins, Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff, Hinds County SO 

Jackson - Meady B, Pierce, Chief of Detectives and Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Jackson - Percy V. Richardson, Captain, Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol (SA, FBI) 

Jackson - Benjamin F. Rodgers, State Cattle Officer, Mississippi Safety Patrol 

Jackson - James M. Stockton, Chief of Detectives, PD (SA, FBI) 

Laurel - Thomas J. Montgomery, Chief of Police, PD 

Louisville - George N. Woodward, Sheriff, Winston County SO 

Meridian - Ralph E. McNair, Djtective, PD 

Meridian - Mike Nichols, Detective, PD 

Meridian - Charles M. Powell, Commanding Officer, Detective Bureau, PD 

Meridian - L. A. WiUoughby, Identification Officer, PD 

Natchez - Robert Emmett Burns, Sheriff, Adams County SO 

New Albany - Thomas Byron Shelton, Sheriff, Union County 

Parchman - W. T. Harpole, Superintendent, Mississippi State Penitentiary 

Pascagoula - Excell E. Blakeney, Deputy Sheriff, Jackson County SO 

Pascagoula • Albert Owen Davis, Sheriff, Jackson County SO 

Senatobia - Joseph Wilson Taylor, Sheriff, Tate County SO 

Tupelo - Os car Thomas Carr. Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 

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Lieutenant, :9D * 
Snyder, Sheriff, Webster County SO 

Chief Depu ty Sheriff, Stone County SO 
[ Captain, PD * 

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MISSOURI 



Cape Girardeau - Marshall F. Morton^ Captain, PD 

Cape Girardeau - Frederick L. Schneider, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Clayton - Herman Charles B irmes. Lieutenant, St. Louis County PD 

Clayton - I I Deputy Constable . Second District, St. Louis County * 

Clayton - Raymond W. Hensley, Superintendent, St. Louis County PD 

Clayton - Charles J. Tacke, Chief of Police, PD 

Clayton - Frederick J. Vasel, Captain, St. Lt^uis County PD 

Columbia - George Blackburn, Chief of Police, PD * 

Columbia - Paul B. Cheavens. C hief of Polices, PD 

Columbia - I | Chief Investigator, University of Missouri * 

Hannibal - J. Bailey Brower, Lieutenant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Independence - Henry E. Williams, Chief of Police, PD * 

Jefferson City - Herbert D. Brigham, Lieutenant, State Highway Patrol 

Jefferson City - E. P. Clark, Sergeant-Major, State Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 

Jefferson City - Edmund I. Hockaday, Lieutenant Colonel, State Highway Patrol 

Jefferson City - Kenneth K. Johnson, Major, State Highway Patrol 

Joplin - Roy E. Isgrigg, Chief of Policis, PD 



Darrel H. Chiles, Director of Personnel, PD * 
Edward Murp hy Davis, Junior Inspector, PD (SA, 
I Captai n. PD * 

JCaptain, PD * 



Kansas City 

Kansas City - Edward Murp hy Davis, Junior Inspector, PD (SA, FBI) 

Kansas City 

Kansas City 

Kansas City - Thomas Francis Kearney, Superintendent, Technical and Records Division, 

Kansas City - William E. Parker, Lieutenant Colonel, PD 

Kansas Ci^ - James N. Spra gue. Lieutenant, PD 

Kansas City - | | Captain, PD * 

Kansas City - Lewis E. Wyatt, Captain, PD 

Maiden - Carl C. Foster, Chief Security Officer, Maiden Air Base 

Mexico - Charles W. Rehmert, Chief of Police, PD * 

Mexico - William B. Sullivan, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 

Montgomery City - Clarence Edward Landrum, Sheriff, Montgomery County SO 

North Kansas City - Gerald W. Livingston, Chief of Police, PD 

Poplar Bluff - Earl C. Porter, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Richm ond Heights - Olive r J. Brueggeman, Chief of Police, PD 

Rolla -I I Deputy Marshal, PD * 

SIpringfield - Samuel Lee Robards, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

St. Joseph - Burton T, Andrews, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

St. Joseph - Edward C. Burke, Captain of Detectives. PD 

Joseph - Harry W. Crowell, Chief of Police, PD 

Louis - Christ J. Anton, Corporal, PD 

Louis - Andrew T. Aylward, Major, PD 

Louis - Nick Bosch. Jr. . Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Louis - I [ Lieutenant Colonel, Chief Inspector, PD * 

Louis - William M. Clifford, Sergeant, PD 

Louis - Preston James Davis. S eargeant, PD 

Louis - I J Patrolman, PD * 



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Louis - I p ergeant, PD * 

Louis -Joseph J. Gal,lag^er, Captain, PD 

I I Patrolman, PD * 

AdolphC. Jacobsmey er. Captain. PD 
I I Sergeant, PD * 

James Krause, Sergeant, PD 
Carl London, Sergeant, PD 
Walter J. Murphy, Captain, PD 
Louis - Michael Roth, Sergeant, PD 
Louis - Arthur Harry Silch, Patrolman, PD 
Louis - Frank Stubits. Serg eant, PD 
Louis " I | Patroknan, PD * 



Louis 
Louis 
Louis 
Louis 
Louis 
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Herman E. Spurgin, Ctiief of Police, PD * 

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Billings 



Deputy Sheriff, Yellowstone County SO * 



George Albert Cu nningham Lieutenant Inspector, PD 
Billings - I [ Patrolman, PD * 

Billings - Charles E, Maness, Chief of Police, PD 
Billings - Albert Thomas, Chief Probation Officer, Yellowstone County 
Billings - Randall L. Wilson, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Billings - Roderick Roy Wright, Captain, PD 
Bozeman - Charles V. Saunders, Chief of Police, PD 
Butte " James A. Clark, Lieutenant, PD 

Glasgow - J. Mason Melvin, Sheriff, Valley County SO (SA, FBI) 
Glendive - George G. Evans, Sergeant, PD 
Great Falls - Jack H. Anderson, Sergeant, PD 
Great Falls - F, Clarke Grady, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 
Great Fills - Robert Melton Thomas, Captain, PD 
Helena - John E. Fred, Chief of Police, PD 

Helena - Harvey W. Rosencrans, Jr., Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Kalispell - Palmer L. Christopherson, Justice of the Peace 
Kalispell - M. Meade James, Chief of Police, PD 
Kalispell - Richard P. Walsh, Sheriff, Flathead County SO 
Lewistown - Robert Harrison Green, Captain, PD 
Lewistown - Kenneth Charles Singley, Chief of Police, PD 
Livingston - Fred J. Bassett, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Livingston - Wallace W. Paterson, Patrolman, PD 
Miles City - Alvin E. Bartels, Captain, PD 
Missoula - F. L. Matteson, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 
Missoula - Edwin C. Russ, Chief of Police, PD 

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Alliance - Verlin R. Hutton, Lieutenant, PD 

Alliance - Douglas A. Thomas, Chief of Police, PD 

Beatrice - Norman L. Bryant, Chief of Police, PD * 

Fairbury - Joseph E, Cook, Chief of Police, PD 

Falls City - Irvin F> Gate s. Sheriff, Richardson County SO 

Hastings - I I Patrolman, PD * 

Kearney - Lloyd L. Frank, Sheriff of Buffalo County 

Lincoln - William Paul Beave, Lancaster County Adult Probation Officer 

Lincoln - Joseph T. Carroll, Chief of Police, PD 

Lincoln - Orren L. Graves, Captain, PD 

Lincoln - Walter C. Haase, Secretary, Nebraska Liquor Commission 

Lincoln - Merle Charles Karnopp, Sheriff, Lancaster County SO 

Lincoln * Eugene H, Masters, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Lincoln - Ed J. Nickolite, Chief Enforcement Officer, Nebraska State Liquor Commission 

Lincoln - Carl J. Sanders, Colonel, Director, Nebraska Safety Patrol 

Lincoln - Robert Joseph Sawdon, Lieutenant, PD 

Lincoln - Harold D. Smith, Superintendent, State Reformatory for Men 

Lincoln - Del ton Edwin Ziema n. Deputy Sheriff, Lancaster County SO 

North Platte - | [ Patrolman, PD * 

North Platte - George William Howard, Sheriff, Lincoln County SO 

North Platte - Ernest J. Mason, Inspector, Nebraska State Liquor Commission 

Omaha - John F. Barnes, Inspector of Detectives, PD 

Omaha - John D. Dennison, Captain, PD 

Omaha - Harry M. Green, Captain, PD 

Omaha - Michael Thomas Loftus, Sergeant, PD 



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Omaha - Charles Harold Ostler, Chief of Police, PD 

Plattsmouth - Ralph F» Spencer, Inspector, Nebraska State Liquor Commission 

Rushville - Lessert T. Skinner, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Sheridan County SO * 

Scottsbluff - Cecil Edward Rhoades, Chief of Police, PD 

Sidney - Sol Willis, Sr. , Chief of Police, PD 

N EVADA 

Carson City - Robert J. Clark, Director, Nevada Highway Patrol 

Carson City - Edward C. Cupit, Chairman, Nevada State Board of Parole Commissioners 

Hawthorne - Roger M. Amberger, Criminal Investigator, Naval Ammunition Depot 

Las Vegas - Walter Llovd BelL Undersheriff , Clark County SO 

Las Vegas - I H Inspector of Police, PD * 

Las Vegas - George N. Thompson, Inspector, PD 

Las Vegas - Don G. Winchester, Security Agent, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission 

Reno - T. R. Berrum, Chief of Police, PD 

Reno - William A. Brodhead, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Reno - William J. DriscoU, Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff , Washoe County SO 

Reno - LouW> Gamme ll, Chief of Police, PD * 

Reno - I I Deputy Sheriff, Washoe County SO * 

Reno - James Morsberger, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

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Sparks - Robert Joseph Galli, Chief of Police, PD 



NEW fi[AMPSHIRE 

Claremont - William J. Lynch, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Concord - T, Dwight Comstock, Deputy Superintendent, New Hampshire State Police 

Concord - Ralph V, Gould, Director of Safety, New Hampshire Motor Vehicle Department 

Concord - Herbert F. Gray, Captain, New Hampshire State Police 

Concord - Jason David Hines, Lieutenant, PD 

Concord - John F. Lockwood, Lieutenant, State Police (Retired) 

Concord - Arthur W. Mclsaac, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Concord - John E. Snow, Inspector, New Hampshire Motor Vehicle Department 

Concord - Francis J. Sullivan, Sergeant, PD 

Hudson - Andrew Joseph Polak, Chief of Police, PD 

Keene - William T. Bridgham, Chief of Police, PD 

Keene - Paul J. Fontaine, Sergeant, PD 

Keene - Arthur N. Jennison, Sheriff, Cheshire County SO * 

Keene - Carl R. Sawyer, Sergeant, PD 

Keene - Frank W. Walker, Sheriff, Cheshire County SO 

Littleton - Stanley L. Mclntyre, Chief of Police, PD 

Manchester - William T. Curran, Inspector, PD 

Manchester - Norman W, Leavitt, Inspector, PD 

Manchester - John A. Stips, Lieutenant, PD 

Nashua - Philip Joseph McLaughlin, Captain, }?D 

Nashua - Joseph L. Regan, Chief of Police, PB 

Nashua - John Alden \Vebster, Captain, PD 

Nashua - Ray Ernest Wesson, Inspector, PD 

Nashua - Alphonse Andrew Zapenas, Lieutenant, PD 

Newport - Alexander P. Lewko, Chief of Police, PD 

Peterborough - Albert J. Picard, Chief of Police, PD 

Portsmouth - Martin O, Betz, City Marshal, PD 

Portsmouth - Charles F, Vetter, Sergeant -Inspector, PD 



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Alpine - William Cacace, Chief of Police, PD 

Atlantic City - Earl W. Butcher, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Atlantic City - Francis A. Zehringer, Sergeant, PD 

Bayonne - Jo seph E. Savage. Ass t. Superintendent of Bureau of Criminal Identification, PD 

Bergenfield H "| Lieutenant, PD * 

Bloomfield - Fred Hess, Chief of Police, PD 

Boonton - Charles H. McCoy, Chief of Police, PD 

Bradley Beach - Leonard Walter Riley, Captain, PD 

Brldgeton - J, Fred Semple, Chief of Police, PD 

Brielle - George W. Legg, Chief of Police, PD 

Burlington - Chester J, Rencevicz, Sergeant, PD 

Camden - George At ElUs, DetecUv^, PD 

Camden -| | County Detective, Camden County Prosecutor's Office * 

Camden - Marshal Thompson, Detective, PD (Retired) 

Camden - Donald Watson, Lieutenant, PD 

Cape May - George W. Dougherty, Chief of County Detectives, Cape May County Prosecutor's Office 

Cape May Court House - Kennedy A. Hickman, County Detective, Cape May County Prosecutor's 

Office 
Carlstadt - Fred D, Barceline, Captain, PD 
Carlstadt - Joseph L. Jony, Commissioner of Police, PD 
Chatham - Raymond E. Brink, Chief of Police, PD 
Chatham - Richard G, Rudow, Captain, PD 
Collingswood - Earl R. Wilson, Detective, PD (SA, FBI) 
Cranford ■ Ralph Joseph Kourv, L ieutenant. PD 
Cresskill- [ Patrolman, PD * 

Deal - John Rehm, Chief of Police, PD 
East Orange - William S. Fehily, Captain, PD 
East Orange - Daniel P. Findlay, Lieutenant, PD 
East Orange - Harold F. Patterson, Lieutenant, PD 

Elizabeth - Stephen T> McGlvnn . County Detective, Union County Prosecutor's Office 
Elizabeth - I I Detective, PD * 

Garwood - Fred Falzone, Chief of Police, PD 

Gibbstown - Louis J. Silvestro, Chief of Police, Greenwich Township 
Glen Rock - Neil Finn, Chief of Police, PD 
Hackensack - Arthur Abrams, Lieutenant, Bergen County PD 
Hackensack - Matthew J. Donohue, Chief of Police, Bergen County PD (Retired) 
Hackensack - Gary Lincoln Hardy, Sergeant, PD 
Haddonfield - Charles B. Quinn, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 
Hasbrouck Heights - Albert Gernert, Detective Captain, PD 
Hawthorne - Ryan Vandervalk, Chief of Police, PD 
Highland Park - William Charles Cuddy, Sergeant, PD 
Highland Park - Alfred T. Smalley, Chief of Police, PD 
Hightown - Ernest L. Davidson, Chief of Police, VD 
Hoboken - Dennis E. McFeely, Chief of Police, PD * 
Hoboken - Ambrose A. Ryan, Captain, PD 
Hoboken - Edward J. Sheehy, Lieutenant, PD 
Irvington - Patrick J. Keating, Captain, PD 
Irvington - Howard G. McPeek, Captain, PD 
Irvington - Earl W. Morgan. Ser geant. PD (Retired) 
Irvington ^ I Sergeant, PD * 

Jersey City - Raymond V. Blasczak, Sergeant, PD 
Jersey City - John F. Brewster, Lieutenant, PD 
Jersey City - Joseph A. Hayes, Lieutenant, PD 
Jersey City - John F. Karst, Lieutenant, PD 
Jersey City - Stephen T, Nestor, Lieutenant, PD 
Kearny - James Hanna, Chief of Police, PD 
Linden - George E, Albright, Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Long Branch - Rocco N. Bonforte, Commissioner of Police, PD 
Long Branch - Joseph D. Purcell, Jr. , Captain of Detectives, PD 



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PD 



Madison - Martin Jennings, Chief of Police, 

Manvllle - Andrew Shutack, Captain, PD 

Maplewood - Harold R. DoAVd, Chief of Police, 

Maplewood - David Haldy, Sergeant, PD 

Maywood.- Ernest K. Krohn, Lieutenant, PD 

Montclair - Peter A. Dempsey, Lieutenant, PD 

Montclair - Edwin T. Dugan, Officer, PD (Retired) 

Montclair - Kiearn T. Foley, Sergeant, PD 

Morristown - Eugene Bauer, Chief of Police, PD 

Morristown - Edward Sweedy, Jr. , Detective, Morris County Prosecutor^s Office 

Neptune - Joseph Wardell, Deputy Chief of Police, PD * 

Newark - John P. Boylan, Detective, PD 

Newark - Paul V. Caffrey, Deputy Chief, PD 

Newark - George D, Callan, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Newark - Frank G. Dreyer, Chief of DetectiveSj, Essex County SO 

Newark - Charles A. Dughi, Jr. , Detective, Essex County SO 

Newark - Richard J. Foley, Captain, PD 

Newark -Oliver Kellv. Captain. PD 

Newark -| [investigator, Prosecutor's Office, Essex County * 

Newark - Charles Janie s Madison, Identification Officer, Essex County SO 

Newark - John M. Marks, Sergeant, PD 

Newark - Robert J. McGonigel, Jr., Sergeant, PD 

Newark - Arthur E. McLaughlin, Lieutenant, Essex County Prosecutor's Office 

Newark - Clarence W. Merrell, Chief of Detectives, Essex County Prosecutor's Office 

Newark - Dominick A. Spina, Captain, PD 

Newark - Edward Vincent Weber, Captain, PD 

Newark - | [ Detective, PD * 

Newark -Arthur welier, Executive Director, Legalized Games of Chance Control 

Commission, State of New Jersey * 
New Brunswick - Walter L. Simpson, Chief of Detectives, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office 
New Providence - Carl H. Ehnis, Chief of Police, PD 
North Bergen 7 Michael Valentine Kluegl, Detective, PD 



North Bergen ^ 

Nutley - William Knust, Detective, 



^ Patrolman, 

PD 
Graham, Captain, PD 
Lieutenant, PD 



PD* 



Ocean City - Lewis A, 

Orange - Richard A. Savage, 

Passaic - Charles E. Kelly, Detective, PD 

Passaic - Richard H. Wall, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Perth Amboy - Peter T. Hansen, Captain, PD 

Perth Amboy - John Swallick, Chief of Police, PD 

Phillipsburg - Jacinto F. Gammino, Sergeant, PD 

Plainfield - Frank W. Wright, Captain, Watchung PD 

Red Bank - George H. Clayton, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Red Bank - Charles M. Ericksen, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Red Bank - Frank William Reuther, Chief of Police, PD 

Ridgefield - John J. Gallagher, Lieutenant, PD 

Ridgefield Park - Robert J. Benson, Chief of Police, PD * 

Ridgefield Park - Elmer J. Thompson, Captain, PD 

Ridgewood - Stephen G, Janas, Chief of Police, PD 

Rumson - Henry S. Kruse, Chief of Police, PD 

South Orange - T. Byron Fitzsimmons, Chief of Police, PD 

South Plainfield - Leonard J. Riccardi, Sergeant, PD 

Spring Lake - Russell H. Burden, Chief of Police, PD 

Trenton - Robert Benjamin, Detective Sergeant, New Jersey State Police (Retired) 

Trenton - Philip F. Booz, Chief, Hamilton Township PD 

Trenton -Clinton J. Camnhfiiv Lieutenant, New Jersey State Police (Retired) 

Sergeant, New Jersey State Police * 

Denson, Kr. , Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Fitzsimmons, Detective 1st Class, New Jersey State Police 



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Trenton -Koy F. 
Trenton - John A. 



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Trenton - John A. Gress, Captain, PD 

Trenton - Michael A. Harris, Captain, New Jersey State Police 

Trenton - John E. Hunt, Lieutenant, New Jersey State Police 

Trenton - William Paul Kelly, Captain, New Jersey State Police (Retired) 

Trenton - Michael La Rossa, Jr. , Detective Lieutenant, Mercer County Prosecutor's Office 

Trenton - Ferdinand J. Pilger, Captain, Department of Public Safety 

Trenton - Joseph D. Rutter, Colonel, Superintendent, New Jersey State Police 

Trenton - Joseph A. Schnorbus, Lieutenant, PD 

Trenton - Donald Lewis Smalley, Sergeant, New Jersey State Police 

Trenton - | ^p atrolman,' PD * 

Trenton - Kdward v. Tuttle, Detective Sergeant, New Jersey State Police 

Ventnor City - Maurice C. Mower, Chief of Police, PD 

Verona - Edgar D. Coffin, Chief of Police, PD 

Wallington - Edward F. Janiec, Captain, PD 

Wayne - Henry J. Van Dyke, Deputy Chief, Wayne Township PD 

Weehawken - Lawrence A, Hessner, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

West Orange - George E. Ehlert, Lieutenant, PD 



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Albuquerque - 

Albuquerque 

Albuquerque 

Albuquerque 

Albuquerque 



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Sergeant, PD * 
eutenant, PD 



M. i*red Johnson, 
James A. LaRue, Lieutenant, PD 
Louis E. Montano, Lieutenant, PD 

Tommy W. Raybon, Criminal Investigator, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 
Department of the Interior 
Paul A. Shaver, Chief of Police, PD 
Frank J. Stephen son, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
] Deputy Sheriff, Eddy County SO * 



Albuquerque 

Albuquerque 

Carlsbad -^ 

Carlsbad - Rex David Morris, Chief of Police, PD 

Gallup - Manuel Gonzales, Chief of Police, PD 

Grants - Amos W. Leach, Chief of Polices PD * 

Hobbs - Givens Henry Barkley, Chief of Police, PD 

Hobbs - Earl Dean WestfalL Director. D epartment of Public Safety 



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Los Alamos 



] Sergeant, PD * 



Security Inspector, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission * 



Los Alamos - Ralph M. Kopansky, Chief of Police, PD * 

Los Alamos - Jesse T. Rose, Chief of Police, PD 

Los Alamos - Lloyd Kenneth Umberhind, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Lovington - Joseph R. Black, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Santa Fe - Monroe K. Alexander, Patrolman, New Mexico State Police 

Santa Fe - John Roe Bradford, Jr. , Captain, New Mexico State Police 

Santa Fe - George M> Craig . Captain, PD 



Santa Fe 



t. 



Identification Officer, New Mexico State Police * 



Santa Fe -A. B. Martinez, Chief of Police, PD 

Santa Fe - K. K. Miller, Captain, New Mexico State Police 

Santa Fe - Clinton A. White, Jr. , Captain, New Mexico State Police 

Tucumcari - James M. Durrett, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

NEW YORK 



Albany 
Albany 
Albany 
Albany 
Albany 



John M, Cleary, Field Representative, New York State Division oi Safety 
John J. Foy, Field Representative, New York State Division of Safety 
Gordon S. Fritts, Field Representative, New York State Division of Safety 
William Charles Keeley, Lieutenant, New York State Police 
Richard William Morris, Executive Secretary, New York State Association of 
Chiefs of Police 

I Headquarters Inspector, New York State Police * 
Reilly, Patrolman, PD (Retired) 



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Albany - Thomas W. Ryan, Director, New York State Division of Safety * 

Albany - Thomas J. Welch, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Armonk - William G. Hendricks, Lieutenant, North Castle PJD ,/f r^ A / rs / 

Auburn - Beecher D. Flummerfelt, Captain, PD^ 2^ Q-V^^^^^^^tA^;^^ ^ /f ^^oL^-O /^^ 

Auburn - John D. Kinsella. Patrolman. PD (SA, F 



AubCirn - | Criminal Deputy, Cayuga County SO * L ^^j^^ ^- 

Bear Mountain - August Hlavaty, Chief in Charge, Palisades Interstate Park Patrol ~~l~^ 

Binghamton - Julius Buchinsky, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) ^^.-^^ \ I 

Binghamton - EarlJ. Daniels, Sheriff, Broome County * ■ ~^"^---J~ m/ 

J, Carroll Hamlin j Sr. , Investigatcy: in Charge, Division of Licenses^^ 
Department of State ^ ' y\ 

Michael F. O^Neil, Captain of Detectives, PD " \ 

John M. Perhach, Special Investigator^^^&^oome County District Attorney's Office ^ 
Binghamton - Joseph W. Sullivan, Asst. Chiel'd'^Klice, PD , - 

Brighton - Vincent P. Conklin, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Brighton - Gordon W. Snyder, Chief of Police, PD 
Buffalo - Austin J. Curry, Detective, PD (Retired) 
Buffalo - Charles E. DeVoe, Captain, PD 



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Binghamton 

Binghamton 
Binghamton 



J Patrolman, PD * 
r. , Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 



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Buffalo - Klmer F. Moulin 

Buffalo - John P. Reville, Lieutenant, PD 

Buffalo H I Acting Detective, PD * 

Buffalo - Raymond Joseph Schmit, Patrolman, PD 

Buffalo - Frederic W. Smith, Jr. , Lieutenant., PD 

Buffalo - Merrell C. Smith, Assistant Chief Deputy, Erie County Sheriff's Department 

Buffalo - B, John Tutuska, Undersheriff , Eile County SO 

Canandaigua - Anthony L. Cecere, Chief County Investigator, Ontario County District 
Attorney's Office 

Canandaigua - Charles Richard Eastman, Commissioner of Police, PD * 

Canandaigua - LelandW. Pierce, Chief of Police, PD 

Canton - James A. Cunningham, Chief of Police, ^D 

Carthage - Philip B. Fletcher, Chief of Police, PD 

Dansville - James E. Bradley, Chief of Police, PD 

Eastchester - Robert Joseph Bishop, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Eastchester - Kenneth E. Soden, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

East Hampton - David Joseph Buckley, Patrolman, East Hampton Town PD 

East Hampton - Francis D, Leddy, Chief of Police, Village of East Hampton PD 

East Hampton - Joseph H. Loris, Sergeant, PD 

East Rochester - Hamilton C. Conner s, Chief of Police, PD o 

Elmira - Richard Connelly, Captain, PD ^ f/of\/^ 

|Elmira - J. Edward Horigan, Lieutenant, PD ^S^() 2^(^j/^^?cy£ c2>f ^^^ci. 

Endicott - Delbert E. Pembridge, Captain* Police Bureau ^ ^ 

Endicott - Carlton E. Popple, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Endicott - Russell D, Whitman, Lieutenant, Police Bureau 

Fulton - Karl Frederick Stewart, Chief of Police, PD-^L^y^/^, a^-^J o ^ 

fulton - Eugene Francis Thompson, Detective, Vl^ 

Glens Falls - George H. Culver, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Glens Falls - Charles WiUiams Maileff, Chief of Police, PD 

Gouverneur - Steward Ritchie, Chief of Police, PD -^ 

Greece - Eugene A. Heveron, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Harrison - William W. Donovan^ Chief of Police, PD 

Hastings -on -Hudson - William A. Croke, Patrolman, PD 

Hawthorne - Marvin Frederick Ericson, Chief of Police, Westchester County Parkway Police 
• Highland Falls - Charles A, Confiin, Chief of Police, PD * 

Horseheads - Marcus V. Dilmore, Mayor 

Huntington - Alfred Charles Kohler, Chief of Police, PD 

Huntington - Long Island - Lewis E. Smith, Captain, Town of Huntington PD 

nion - Clifton A. Sitts, Chief of Policy PD * 

Irondequoit - Harold R. McFarlin, Chief of Police, PD 



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Islip - Bernard Gaiser, Chief of Police, PD 

Lslip - Irving B. Weeks, Lieutenant, PD 

Ithaca - Herbert L. Van Ostrand, Chief of Police, PD 

Ithaca - William C. Simmers, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Jamestown - John Paladino, Chief of Police, PD 

Jamestown - Paul R. Sundquist, Acting Captain, PD 

Jamestown - Richard Floyd Thoren, Lieutenant, PD 

Johnson City - Floyd L. Allen, Chief of Police, PD 

Johnson City - Alfred J. Lamphere, Lieutenant, PD 

Johnson City - Harry Pettit, Sergeant, PD 

Johnstown - Joseph P. Cerrone, Chief of Police, PD ^ 

Kenmore - George W. Prindiville, Lieutenant, PD 

Kings Point - Raymond R. Ninesling. Chief of Police, PD 

Kingston ] _ __ [ Detective, PD * 

Lackawanna - Walter F. Kubisty, Captain, PD 

Lake Placid - John J. Shene, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 



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J Deputy Sheriff, 



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Little Valley | | Deputy Sheriff, Cattaraugus County SO * 

Lockport - Joseph Godfrey Chausse, Chief of Police, PD — ' ^ 

Lockport - Franklin J. Tracy, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) ^ 

Long Beach - John E. Madden, Captain, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Mahopac - Wallace C. Barrett, Patrolman, Town of Carmel PD 

Mamaroneck - Louis Giancola, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Massena - Darwin D. Shatraw, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Middle town - Russell Adgate, Chief of Police, PD 

Middletown - Raymond Hill, Sergeant, PD 

Mineola - Jesse Mayforth, Acting Lieutenant, Nassau County FD (Retired) 

Mineola - Charles H. Russell, Jr, , Deputy Inspector, Nassau County PD (Retired) 

Mineola - John B. Sheehan, Captain, Nassau County PD 

Mount Vernon - George F. Kummerle, Inspector, PD 

Mount Vernon - Thomas E, Rezza, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Mount Vernon - Harry Traver, Captain, PD 

Mount Vernon - Carl L. Widell, Captain, PD 

Newburgh - Howard F. Haight, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Newburgh - Homer D. Masland, Lieutenant, PD 

New Rochelle * Maurice J. Ahern, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

New Rochelle - John J. Meehan, Lieutenant, PD 

New York - John J, Cronin, Sergeant, PD 

New York - Theodore William Elton, Sergeant, Port of New York Authority PD 

New York - Howard E. Finney, Acting Captain, PD 

New York - Robert R. J. Gallati, Inspector, PD 

New York - Pierce Thomas Glynn, Deputy Inspector, PD 

New York - William M, Hambrecht, Acting Captain, PD 

New York - Walter F. Henning, Inspector, PD 

New York - Edward M. Joseph, Inspector, Port of New York Authority, PD 

New York - Stephen P. Kennedy, Police Commissioner, PD 

New York - Raymond Vincent Martin, Inspector, PD 

New York - John Joseph McCarthy, Parole Officer, New York State Division of Parole 

New York - George P. McManus, Captain, PD 

New York - Bernard James Morris, Chief of Detectives, New York City Transit Police 

New York - Patrick V. Murphy, Acting Captain, PD 

New York - William F. Nevins, Lieutenant, PD 

New York - James B. Nolan, Sixth Deputy Police Commissioner , PD (Retired) 

New York - Thomas J. 0*Rourke, Chief, New York City Transit Authority Police 

New York - Robert H. Rapp, Deputy Chief, New York City Transit Authority Police 

New York - John A. Ronayne, Deputy Inspector, PD 

New York - Francis Michael Sullivan, Lieutenant, PD 

Niagara Falls - Martin T. Considine, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Niagara Falls - George M. Cruickshank, Detective Lieutenant, PD 



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Owego 'I 

Peekskili - jotin n;. 



Niagara Falls - Charles J. Gorman, Director, Department of Public Safety 

Niagara Falls - J. Milton Litchard, Captain, PD 

Niagara Falls - William M. Wilson, Lieutenant, PD 

Nyack - Roy den Garrabrant, Chief of Police, PD 

Ogdensburg - Leo P. LeBeau, Chief of Police, PD/ 

Oneonta - Robert J. Simmons, Chief of Police, PD 

Ossinin g - Albert N. Peffe rs. Detective, PD / 

I Patrolman, PD * 
"Hayes, Patrolman, PD (Retired) 

Penn Yan - Richard George Scott, Chief of Police, PD 

Plattsburgh - Clifford L, Fleming, Chief of Police, PD * 
. /Plattsburgh - Clement J. Young, Chief of Police, PD 
O^orFchester - Fred C. Ponty, Chief of Police, PD 

Port Washington - JamRS Rankin Lieutenant, PD 

Potsdam ] Acting Sergeant, PD * 

Poughkeepsie - Harvey F. Boyd, Lieutenant, PD 

Poughkeepsie - John L. Martin, Jr. , Chief of Police. PD 



Boyd, 
Martin, Jr. , Chief of Police, 
Poughkeeps ie - Lawrence M . Quinlan, Deputy Sheriff, Dutchess County SO 
Riverhead - | | Zone Chief Investigator, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office * 

Riverhead - Theodore F. Donne lly, Chief Investigator, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office 
Riverhead - | ( Senior Criminal Investigator, Suffolk County District 



Riverhead 



Riverhead 
Riverhead 
Riverhead 
^Riverhead 
Rochester 
Rochester 



Attorney's Office * 

William H. Gardiner, Assistant Chief Investigator, Suffolk County District 

Attornev's C^ fice 

I Chief Cr iminal Investigator, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office * 
jAdministrative Officer, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office 



Walter W» Weeks, Criminal Investigator, Suffolk County District Attorney's Office 

Edward P. Wolinski, Director, Bureau of Criminal Identification, Suffolk County SO 

Clarence G. DePrez, Captain, Police Bureau 

Henry H. Jensen, Captain, Police Bureau 
Rochester - Charles G, Kittlinger, Jr. , Detective Sergeant, Monroe County SO 
Rochester - Leon R. Mosher, Detective Sergeant, Monroe County SO 
Rochester - Victor Raycroft, Deputy Commissioner of Public Safety 
Rochester - Daniel J, Sharpe, Detective Sergeant, Police Bureau 
Rochester - Raymond C. Yockel, Sergeant, Police Bureau 
Rome - C. Kenneth Church, Lieutenant, PD 
R:ome - Edwin G. Haley, Lieutenant, PD-'-^ 
Rye - John F. McGuire, Detectiv e, PD 
Salamanca - | [ Patrolman, PD * 

Salamanca -Minora L. Perrigo, Chief of Police, PD * 
Saranac Lake - William J. \Vallace, Chief of Police, PD 
Schenectady - Harold Ketchum, Sergea nt, PE> 
Schenectady H | Sergeant, PD * 

Schenectady - Joseph Adam Peters, Jr. , Captain, PD 
Seneca Falls - Matthew J. McKeon, Sergeant, PD 
Smithtown - Miles S. Borden, Lieutenant, PD 
Smithtown - Cyril J. Donnelly, Chief of Police, PD 
Solvay - Basil Valletta, Chief of Police, PD 
Suffern - Joseph A. Vilord, Chief of Police, PD 
Syracuse - Harold P. Flavin, Detective, PD 
Syracuse - Harold F. Kelly, C hief of Police, PD 
Syracuse ^ | Patrolman, PI) * 

Syracuse - Donald Francis Sheridan, Lieutenant, PD 
Tonawanda - James Oldenburg, Detective, PD 
Troy - Leo P. Barry, Captain, PD 

Troy - Frederick H. Ibbott, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Troy - Joseph F. Markham, Detective Sergeant, PD (Retired) 



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Tuckahoe - Albert Spencer, Chief of Police, 



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Utica - Adam Pelczar, lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Watertown - Edward J- Curtin, Chief of Police, PD 

White Plains - Eugene C. Brett, Captain, Town of Greenburgh, PD (Retired) 

White Plains - John J. DeLee, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

White Plains -James F. Duff, Captain, PD 

White Plains - George S. Gates, Inspector, Westchester County Parkway PD (Retired) 

White Plains - J, Stewart Henry, Captain, PD 

White Plains - John E. Hoy, Sheriff, Westchester County SO 

White Plains - Michael A. Kennedy, Jr. , Sergeant, PD 

White Plains - C. W. Nelson, Sergeant, Westchester County PD (SA, FBI) 

White Plains - Clarence J. vVilson, Sergeant, PD 

Williamsville - John George Walsh, Detective, Town of Amherst PD.>-— 

Yonkers - Frank Anthony Ciliberti, Detective Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Yonkers - Lawrence P. Shea, Lieutenant, PD 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Albemarle 
Apex - Lee 
Asheboro - 
Asheboro - 
Asheville - 



Patrolman, PD * 
Chief of Police, PD * 



Phillips, Asst. 
Clarence Joseph Lovett, Chief of Police, PD 
Wayne Welford Wilson, Sheriff, Randolph County SO 
Harold F. Brownlee, Captain, Chief of Detectives, PD 
Asheville - Joseph C. Hall, As st. Chief of Police, PD 
Asheville - | [ Deputy Sheriff, Buncombe County SO * 

Beaufort - Hugh Salter, Sheriff, Carteret County SO 
Burlington - Alfred H. Garner, Captain of Detectives, PD 



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Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 



Olvin A. Crenshaw , Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 

Detective Lieutenant, PD * 



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jonn K. nail, jr. / Dir ector, Youth Bureau, PD 



n Lieutenant, Mecklenburg County PD * 
Ch 



Stanhope Lineberrv. Chief of Police, Mecklenburg County PD (Retired) 
■ I I Lieutenant, Mecklenburg County PD * 

■ John H. Pierczynski, Lieutenant, PD 



Richard Stephen Ruth, Detective, PD 

Henry C. Severs, Officer in Charge of Enforcement Division, Mecklenburg 

County Alcohol Beverage Control Board 
Charlotte - George A. Stephens, Captain, Mecklenburg County PD 
Charlotte - Joe D, Whitley, Chief of Police, Mecklenburg County PD 
Charlotte - John W, Yandle, Captain, PD 
Durham - W. B. Julian, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Durham * William Walton Pleasants, Chief of Police, PD 
Elizabeth City - William Clarence Owens, Chief of Police, PD 
Fayetteville - David Thomas Faircloth, Captain, PD 
Fayetteville - James Earl Melvin, Captain, PD 
Fayetteville - L. F. Worrell, Chief of Police, PD 
Gastonia - Ernest E. Rankin, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Greensboro - Walter Allen Burch, Jr. , Major-Inspector, Operations Bureau, PD 
Greensboro - Paul B. Calhoun, Chief of PolicCj PD 
Greensboro - Arlyss' Franklin Caudle, Captain of Identification, PD 

Greensboro - George Thurman Jones, Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff, Guilford County Sheriff's Dept. 
Greensboro - Jeter L. Williamson, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD * 
Greensboro - Howard L. Wooters, Major, PD 
Greenville - Sullivan Grant Gibbs, Chief of Police, PD 
Henderson - Harold Upchurch Watkins, Major, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
High Point - Clay Andrews, Detective, PD 
High Point - George T. Leverett, Jr. , Captain, PD 
High Point - Charles C. Stoker, Chief of Police, PD 
High Point - James R. Teague, Captain, PD 
High Point - Joseph Donald Wade, Lieutenant, PD 



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]Deputy Sheriff, Caldwell County SO * 



] Deputy Sheriff, Burke County SO 



Lexington - Herman W. Zimmerman, City Manager 

Lumberton - Wilbur C. Lovette, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Lumbert on - Malcolm Gray M cLeod, Sheriff, Robeson County Sheriff»s Department 

Monroe - | JDete ctive, PD * 

Mo rganton H 

Mount Airy - Monte Wilson Boone, Chief of Police, PD 

Newton - Thurmond A. Harvell, Chief of Police, PD 

Oxford - James L. Cash, Detective, PD 

Raleigh - Robert A. Allen, Asst. Director, State Prison Department 

Raleigh - Walter F. Anderson, Director, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - Herman T. Bailey, Lieutenant, PD 

Raleigh - James F. Bradshaw, Jr. , Asst. Director, State Bureau of Investigation * 

Raleigh - George E. Canady, Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - Claude D. Davis, Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - Thomas W, Davis, Chief of Police, PD 

Raleigh - John B. Edwards, Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - R. L, Gay, State Probation Officer '•^r- 

Raleigh - Robert Ernest Goodwin, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Raleigh - Ralph R. Hargrove, Captain, PD 

Raleigh - J. W. Jessup, Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - Henry C. Johnson, Lieutenant, North Carolina State Highway Patrol 

Raleigh - Edward White Jones, Sergeant, North Carolina State Highway Patrol 

Raleigh - P. R. Kitchen, Agent, State Bureau of Investigation b6 

Raleigh - D. T. Lambert, Major, North Carolina State Highway Patrol J37C 

Raleigh - Russell A. Liles, Lieutenant, PD 

Raleigh - John A. Lowdermilk, Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Raleigh - William S. McKinney, Sergeant, North Carolina State Highway Patrol 

J. N. Minter, Jr., Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Arthur T. Moore, Director, Mechanical Inspection Division, North Carolina 

Department of Motor Vehicles * 

Andrew J. Pavlovsky, Captain, PD 
Raleigh - Robert J. Pleasants . Sheriff, Wake County SO 
Raleigh - | [ Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation * 

Raleigh - Haywood R. Starling, Special Agent, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh - Richard W. Turkelson, Administrative Asst. to Director, State Bureau of Investigation * 
Raleigh - John R. Vanderford. Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh -| [ Deputy Sheriff, Wake County SO * 

Raleigh - Lewis E. Williams, Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation 

Reidsville - Maury F. Loftis, Chief of Police, PD 

Roanoke Rapids - Thomas J. Davis, Chief of Police, PD 

Salisbury - Ralph E. Kesler, Captain, PD 

Salisbu ry - C. L. Lineback, City Manager 

Spray H 1 Deputy Sheriff, Rockingham County SO * 

Statesville - Jay Charles Rumple, Sheriff, Iredell County SO 

Wilmington - Harry E, Fales, Superintendent, City -County Identification Bureau (Retired) 

Wilmington - Marion M. Jeffords, Lieutenant., PD 

Wilmington - John J. Padrick, Chief of Police, PD 

Wilmington - Ralph W* Roper, Lieutenant, PI) 

Winston-Salem - Henry C. Carter, Lieutenant, PD 

Winston-Salem - John M. Gold, City Manager 

Winston-Salem - Justus M. Tucker, Captain, PD 



Raleigh 
Raleigh 

Raleigh 



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Bismarck - Fred A. Harvey, Captain, PD (SA, FBI) 
Bismarck - Melville A. Hunter, Supervisor, State Penitentiary 
Bismarck - Gordon William George Kp rn^ Assistant Chief of Police, 



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Bismarck - Donald E. Schoeneman, Chief ot Police, PD 
Bismarck - Frank Wenzel, Captain, PD 
Fargo - Wallace W. Gwynn, Lieutenant, PD 
Fargo - Edward C. Nelson, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Fargo - J, Dwight Woodley, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Grand Forks - Richard H. Jagd, Chief of Police, PD 
Grand Forks - Milton Moskau, Assistant City Attorney 
Minot - William Leland Trout, Chief of Police, PD 

OHIO 



Akron -Arthur Frank Adams, Patrolman, PD 

Akron - Boyd F. Burk, Jr. , Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Akron - Robert D. Campbell, Chief Adult Probation Officer, Summit County Probation Dept. 

Akron - Carroll T. Cutright, Captain, PD 

Akron - James Wilmer Flanagan, Lieutenant, PD 

Akron - Robert J. Humphrey, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Akron - John Stroh, Lieutenant, PD 

Akron - PaulE. Wein, Sergeant, PD 

Akron - Ha rrv Whiddon. Chiy f of Police, PD 

Ashtabula • Patrolman, PD * 

Barberton - Vincent K. Kinney, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Bay Village - Jay H. Hubach, Lieutenant, PD 

Canton - Harry W. Grossglaus, Sheriff, Stark County SO 

Canton - Virgil Louis Pfisterer, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Chillicothe - George vVesley Rice, Chief of Police, PD 

Cincinnati - Frank Acito, Lieutenant, PD 

Cincinnati - William C. Adams, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Cincinnati - Theodore Calvin Bird, Captain, PD 

Cincinnati - Frank G. Bornhoffer, Captain, PD 

Cincinnati - William F. Burks, Asst. Identification Officer, Htmilton County SO 

Cincinnati - Orville Burleson, Lie utenant, PD 

Cincinnati ] [ Supervising Captain, PD * 

Cincinnati - Russel Rahmes Jones - Agent in Charge, Cincinnati Enforcement District, 

Ohio State Liquor Control Department 

Charles Harry Kline, Captain, PD 

Charles E. Martin, Lieutenant, PD 

Henry J. Sandman, Chief of Detectives, Lieutenant Colonel, PD 

Paul J. Schirmer, Lieutenant, PD 

Jacob W. Schott, Lieutenant Colonel, PD 

Stanley R. Schrotel, Colonel, Chief of Police, PD 

Ernest H. Taylor, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Cleveland - James K, Dodge, Captain, PD 
Cleveland - Louis Kopacka, Sergeant, PD 

Patrick J. Lenahan, Inspector of Police, PD (Retired) 

James Merritt Limber, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Gerald J. Rademaker, Captain, PD 

Richard R. Wagner, Inspector, PD 

Albert C. Wallace, Inspector, PD 

Earl James Gordon, Captain, PD 

Edward W. Griebel, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 



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Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 
Cincinnati 



Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland Heights 

Cleveland Heights 

Cleveland Heights - Harry James Murphy, Jr. , Captain, PD 

Columbiana - William Hugh McGuckin, Chief of Police, PD 

Columbus - Ralph W. Alvis, Warden, Ohio State Penitentiary 

Columbus - Stacy R. Hall, Sheriff, Franklin County SO 

Columbus - Paul S. Kinsey, Lieutenant, Ohio State Highway Patrol 

Columbus - John T. McCrate, Sergeant, Ohio State Highway Patrol 

Columbus - Wayne G. Miller, Captain, PD 

Columbus - Clement R. Owens, Captain, PD (Retired) 



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Columbus - George W, Scholer, Chief of Police, PD 

Columbus - Gerald R. Segel, Lieutenant, Franklin County SO 

Columbus - Joseph V. Servak« Lieutenant. Ohio State Highway Patrol 

Columbus -I [L ieutenant, Ohio State Highway Patrol * 

Dayton - Clarence L. Altman, Sergeant, Division of Police 

Dayton - Lyle E. Grossnickle, Police Sergeant, Division of Police 

Dayton - Richard C. Grundish, Lieutenant, Division of Police 

Dayton - Matthew C. Kirkpatrick, Colonel, Chief of Police, Division of Police (Retired) 

Dayton - Leslie F. St. Pierre, Lieutenant, Division of Police 

Dayton - William C. Stevens, Detective Sergeant, Division of Police 

Defiance - Douglas Bryant Ziegler, Deputy Sheriff, Defiance County Sheriff's Department 

East Cleveland - Edwin M. Polk, Captain, PD (Retired) 

East Liverpool - Dan Maggianetti, Jr. , Director, Service Safety 

Elyria - Carl R. Finegan. Sh eriff. Lorain County SO * 

Elyria i I Deputy Sheriff, Ijorain County SO * 

Elyria - Maurice Carl Flood, Chief of Police, PD 

Euclid - Elmer H. Knop, Lieutenant, PD 

Euclid - Ernest Carl Peters, Chief of Police, PD 

Evendale - Billy Rae Barnet t, Chief of Police, PD 



Findlay -{ 

Findlay - Wayne t 
Fremont - Herman R, 



^Captain, PD * 

Ethell, Chief of Police, PD 

Schn eider. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 



Gallipolis I [ Patrolman, PD * 

Garfield Heights - William C. Horrigan, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Hamilton - Stanley E. Werlein, Lieutenant, PD 

Kettering - John D, Murray, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Lakewood - Stanley K, Baxter, Lieutenant, PD 

Lancaster - Everett J. Brown, Captain, PD 

Lima - Waldo Dale Stevick, Chief of Police, PD 

Lima - Ke rmit L. Westba y, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Lockland - | [ Patrolman, PD * 

London - Harold R. Bidweli, Sheriff, Madison County SO * 

Lorain - William J. Reed, Lieutenant, PD 

Mansfield - Meade K. Bates, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Mansfield - William M. Colby, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD (SA, FBI) 

Marietta - Lawrence R. Weber, Captain, PD 

Marion - Thomas B. Coon, Chief of Police, PD * 

Marion - Zenas G. McClenathan, Captain, PD 

Massillon - John Arthur Mohr, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Massillon - Stanley W. Switter, Chief of Police, PD 

McDonald - Harper R. Rudge, Chief of Police, PD * 

Medina - Homer Charles Davis, Chief of Police, PD 

New Philadelphia - Louis J. Clark. Chief o f Police, PD 

New Philadelphia - [ [ Deputy Sheriff, Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Department * 

North Olmsted - Harry W. Hird, Sergeant, PD 

Norwalk - Phil L. Pickett, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Oakwood - L. Thomas Wilson, Sergeant, PD 

Perrysburg - Ross Enright, Chi ef of Police, PD 



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Lieutenant, PD 

Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
John Edward MuUaney, Lieutenant, PD 
Arthur W. Obst, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Abbott, Chief of Police, PD 
Miller, Lieutenant, PD 
Captain, PD 



Portsmouth 

Piqua - Ray G. Peters, 

Sandusky - Russell A. Thom, 

Shaker Heights 

Shaker Heights 

Springfield - Lawrence A. 

Springfield - Benjamin L. 

Steubenville - Walter M. Durbin, 

Steubenville - Arthur H. Melott, Acting Detective, PD (Retired) 

Tiffin - Francis H. Wilkinson, Captain, PD 

Toledo - Alfred F. Bartkowiak, Captain of Detectives, Lucas County SO 



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Toledo - Harold W. Fauble, Lieutenant, PD 

Toledo - Merl A, Giadieux, Captain, PD 

Toledo - William George Wiener, Lieutenant, PD 

University Heights - Robert Bucklin, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Wadsworth - Roderic Stevens Lonier, Chief of Police, PD 

Warren - Robert C. Messett, Identification Officer, PD 

Warren - Joseph J. Riffle, Patrolman, PD 

Warrensville Heights - Herbert T. Burgess, Chief of Police, PD 

Xenia -John H. Thomas, Patrolman, PD 

Yorkville - George E. Lander. Serp eant, PD 

Youngstown 



] Acting Captain, PD * 

Youngstown - George J. Maxln, Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Youngstown - Edward A. Przelomski, Detective, PD 

Youngstown - Frank W Waffprg T.iPiitfinant of DetectiveS, 



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OKLAHOMA 



Altus - Eugene L. Bumpass, Chief of Police, PD 

Ardmore - Howard Johnson, Sheriff, Carter County SO * 

Bartlesvill e - Alvin L. Ben way « Lieutenant, PD 

Blackwell H j Patrolman, PD * 

Duncan - W. V. Zachary, Chief of Police, PD 

Enid - Edward Dale Beardslee, Jr. , Captain, PD 

Enid - Dale P. Moxley, Chief of Police, PD 

McAlester - Elmer L. Durant, Chief of Police, PD 

Miami - Archie Clinton Masterson, Chief of Police, PD 

Muskogee - Andrew G. Bidwell, Criminal Investigator, Indian Service, U. S, Department 

of Interior 
Muskogee - Belvany Gene Jones . Cc$)tain, PD 

Muskogee - I "J Deputy Sheriff, Muskogee County SO * 

Norman - Robert Rex Lester, Chief of Police, PD 
Oklahoma City - Herman W. Allen, Trooper, Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City - Clyde M. Awtrey, Lieutenant, Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City - Q. K. Rivlns. Dlrei ctor. State Bureau of Investigation 
Oklahoma City - I 1 Patrolman, Oklahoma Highway Patrol * 

Oklahoma City - Dave T, Faulkner, Lieutenant, Oklahoma Highway Patrol (Retired) 
Oklahoma City - Lawrence J. Hilbert, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Oklahoma City - J. W. Holt, Investigator, Oklahoma State Crime Bureau 
Oklahoma City - Richard Arnold Hulme, Deputy Sheriff, Oklahoma County SO 
Oklahoma City - H. B. Lowrey, Captain, Oklahoma Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 
Oklahoma City - Vincent E. Moncrief, Detective, PD 

Oklahoma City - M. W. Myatt, Investigator, State Crime Bureau, Department of Public Safety 
Oklahoma City - | Supervisor, Oklahoma Highway Patrol * 

Oklahoma City - cnaries Xj. Keese, 2 nd Lieutenant, Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City -I ^ Patrolman. Oklahoma Highway Patrol * 

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Oklahoma City 

Ponca City - Wayne R. Brantner, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Shawnee - Ernest G» Coleman, Chief of Police, PD 

Shawnee - Kentrol Gill, Sergeant, PD 

Tulsa - James Robert Bivens, Sergeant, PD 

Tulsa - Lozier R. Brown, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Tulsa - Harold J. Haus, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Tulsa - Raymond E. Pruitt, Deputy Sheriff, Tulsa County SO 

Tulsa - Harry L. Stege, Captain, PD 

Wewoka - William M, Nicholson, Sr. , Sheriff, Seminole County SO 



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OREGON 



Albany - Robert Marshall Burkhart, Captain, PD 

Albany - Ray H. Maddy, Chief of Police, PD 

Ashland - Clark Thomas, Asst, Chief of Police, PD * 

Baker - Asie L. Gundersen, Chief of Police, PD * 

Bend - John Taylor Truett, Chief of Police, PD 

Coos Bay - G. H. Kolkhorst, Chief of Police, PD 

Corvallis - Cecil W. Fruitt, Chief of Police, PD 

Corvallis - James A. Goodman, Asst. Chief, PD 

Eugene - Edward Woodrow Elder, Sheriff, Lane County SO 

Eugene - Keith L. Jones, Execu tive Secretary, Oregon Association of City Police Officers 



Eugene -[ 

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Sergeant, PD * 
Lieutenant, PD 
Hermiston - William A. Silvey, Chief of Police, PD 
Hood River - Rupert L. Gillmouthe, Sheriff, Hood River County SO 
Medford - Charles P. Champlin, Chief of Police, PD 
Portland - Gordon Obed Auborn, Captain, Multnomah County SO 
Portland - David H. Johnson. D eputy Chief of Police, PD 
Portland - \ S ergeant, PD * 



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Portland - Ard M. 

Portland - I 

Portland - Myron Alfred Warren, Sergeant, PD 

Rosebu rg - Vernon M. Murd och. Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Salem • ] [ Sergeant, PD * 

Salem - Albert F. Nosack, Livestock Officer, Division of Animal Industry, Department of 

Agriculture, State of Oregon 
Springfield -Floyd L. C lower, Ch ief of Police, PD 
Springfield - | 1 Captain, PD * 

The Dalles - Robert W. Brower, Chief of Police, PD 
Vale - Frank W. Elfering, Deputy Sheriff, Malheur County SO 



PENNSYLVANIA 

AUentown - Eugene J. Gallagher, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Allentown - Gerald Michael Monahan, Lieutenant Detective, PD 

Altoona - Vaul E, Rouzer, Chief of Police, PD 

Ambler - Lester J. Carpenter, Chief of Police, PD 

Ambridge - Walter Hlista, Chief of Police, Harmony Township PD 

Ardmore - George Andrew McLaughlin, Major, Superintendent of Police, Lower Merion 

Township PD 
Ardmore - Robert Bernard Miller, Lieutenant, Lower Merion Township PD 
Ardmore - Clarence E. Robb, Captain, Lower Merion Township PD 
Ardmore - William E. Shaffer, Captain of Detectives, Lower Merion Township PD 
Beaver - Lyle C. Kimple, Chief of Police, PD 
Beaver - Russell Meskow, Chief County Detective, Beaver County 
Beaver Falls - William H. Feeney, Chief of Police, PD * 
Bethel - John V. Miskunas, Chief of Police, PD 
Bethel - Otto P. Platz, Patrolman, PD 

Bethlehem - Harris J. Wilson, Sergeant, Borough of Fountain Hill PD 
Bethlehem - Melvin L. Packard, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Bradford - Edward V. Edmonds, Chief of Police^PD n /^ J) 

Bradford -A. J. Palazzetti, Ca^in, VD — f- f^ C^l33 f '^inJ^<^^ 
Bryn Athyn - Howard J. Ryan, Chief of Police, 'PD 
Carbondale - Francis Paul Judge, Chief of Police, PD 
Center Square - Louis F. Rossiter, Chief of Police, Whitpain Township PD 
Chester - Paul J. Mc Kinney, Captain of Detectives, PD 
CoUegeville - George Hausman Moyer, Chief of Police, PD * 
Connellsville - George C. Johnson, Sergeant Detective, PD (Retired) 



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Connellsville - Kenneth E. Louden, City Detective, PD 

Donora - Theodore F, Mathues, Patrolman, PD 

Downingtown - Chester F, Glisson, Chief of Police, PD * 

Duquesne - Walter F. Weir, Chief of Police, PD 

Elkins Park - S. Clarence Johnston, Chief of Police, Cheltenham Township PD 

Elkins Park - Thomas D. Richards, Detective Sergeant, Cheltenham Township PD 

Erie - Armand J. Chimenti, Sergeant, Bureau of Police 

Erie - Herbert T. Foster, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Erie - Richard, Jacob Hetico, Captain, Bureau of Police 

Erie - Roy B. Mong, Chief County Detective, Erie County SO 

Feasterville - Edward F. Wunsch, Chief of Police, Lower Southampton Township 

Ford City - Patrick E. Nelson, Chief of Police, PD 

Fort Washington - James Ottinger, Chief of Police, Upper Dublin Township PD 

Franklin - Raymond James Brown, Chief of Police, PD 

Freeland - John M. Watahovich, Chief of Police, PD 

Harrisburg - John L Grosnick, Sergeant, Pennsylvania State Police 

Harrisburg - Earl J. Henry, Colonel, Commissioner, Pennsylvania State Police 

Harrisburg - Martin Luther Watts, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Hatfield - Herbert S. Krider, Chief of Police, PD 

Havertown - Charles T. Byers, Detective, Haverford Township PD (SA, FBI) 

Havertown - Neil M. McFadden, Lieutenant, Haverford Township PD 

Havertown - Edward C. Olsen, Jr. , Detective, Haverford Township PD 

Havertown - John H. Scanlin, Detective Sergeant, Haverford Township PD 

Indiana - Howard T. Sanford, Chief of Police, PD 

Jenkintown - Frank A. Swe eney, Chief of Police, PD 

Johnstown \ [ Acting Sergeant of Detectives, PD * 

Lancaster - William B. Hershner, Chief of Police, PD 

Lancaster - William H. SuUenberger, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

Lansdale - Kenneth W. Lear, Chief of Police, PD * 

Lehighton - Lee A. Walsh, Chief of Police, PD 

Lemoyne - James L. Clark, Chief of Police, PD 

Lewistown - Howard O. Landis, Chief of Police, PD 

Lock Haven - Ray E. Merritts, Chief of Police, PD 

Mahanoy City - George W. Frank, Captain, PD (Retired) 

McKeesport - James E. Corcoran, Sergeant, PD 

McKeesport - Edward H, Kenney, Patrolman, PD 

McKeesport - Walter T. Lofstrom, Captain of Detectives, PD 

McKeesport - Stephen Vadas, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Meadville - Howard E. Bales, Patrolman, PD 



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Meadville - Edward C. Gibson, 

Millvale - Alvin Francis Grogan, Chief of Police, 

Milton - John B. Golden, Chief of Police, PD 

Monessen - Michael Ferencz, Patrolman, PD 

Mount Lebanon - Charles W. Senn, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Newtown - Edward H. Bateman, Chief of Police, Newtown Borough PD 

Norristown - William J. Bradley, Probation and Parole Department, Montgomery County 

Norristown - David S. Ennis, Chief County Detective, ]\lontgomery County * 

Norristown - Andrew J. White, Warden, Montgomery County Prison 

Northampton - Peter Stout, Chief of Police, PD 

Northumberland - Bruce E. Weirick, Chief of Police, PD 

North Wales - Edward W. Veit, Chief of Police, PD 

Old Forge - Walter M. Krajewski, Chief of Police, PD 

Philadelphia - Edward J. Bell, Captain, PD 

Philadelphia - William P. Britton, Staff Inspector, PD 

Philadelphia - Charles E. Brown, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Philadelphia - Daniel J. Collins, Sergeant, PD 

Philadelphia - Albert L. Connor, Lieutenant, PD 

Philadelphia - Albert E. DuBois, Deputy Commissioner , PD (Retired) 

Philadelphia - Harry G. Fox, Inspector of Police, PD 



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Philadelphia - Denis W. Gealer, Captain, PD 
Philadelphia - John J. Kellv« Chief Ins pector. PD 



Philadelphia -[_ 



Detective, PD * 
Detective Captain, 



PD 



Philadelphia - Millard Thomas Meers, 

Philadelphia - Harry G. Merker, Captain, PD 

Philadelphia - Theodore D. Mitchell, Staif Inspector, PD 

Philadelphia- Frank E. Nolan, Captain, PD 

Philadelphia - William J. Pogsoh, Sergeant, PD 

Philadelphia - William F. Quirk, Superintendent, Police Academy, PD 

Philadelphia - Edwin S. Schriver, Jr, , Staff Inspector, PD 

Philadelphia - Lawrence Rodney Stryker, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 

Philadelphia - Albert J. Trimmer, Chief Inspector, PD 

Pittsburgh - Walter Bodziak, Chief of Police, Neville Island PD 

Pittsburgh - Ignatius A. Borkowski, Detective, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - Ralph Brain, Chief of Police, Borough of Pleasant Hills PD 

Pittsburgh - George E. Brubach, Detective, Bureau of Police (Retired) 

Pittsburgh - Vincent W. Dixon, Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - Joseph S. Flynn, Captain, Homicide Division, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - Charles F. Lavish, Chief of Police, Borough of Forest Hills PD 

Pittsburgh - Thomas McQuaide, Chief Identification Officer, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - George William Purvis, Captain, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - William J. Reed, -Chief ^of Police, Borough of Green Tree PD 

Pittsburgh - Samuel James Riddle, Sergeant, Allegheny County Detective Bureau (Retired) 

Pittsburgh - Jack W. Rudolph, Captain, Burough of Pleasant Hills PD 

Pittsburgh - Paul Donald Ryan, Detective, Bureau of Police 

Pittsburgh - Francis J» Schafer, Asst. Superintendent, Bureau of Police, Department of 

Public Safety 
Pittsburgh - Willard Schauer, Chief of Police^Whitehall Borough 
Pittsburgh - William C. Schor ner. Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 
Pittsburgh - | ^ urgess, Borough of Crafton * 

Pittsburgh - August Henry Slenkamp, Chief of Police, Borough of Brentwood 
Pittsburgh - John B. Stack, Patrolman, Bureau of Police 
Plymouth Meeting - Vito J. Fusco, Chief of Police, Plymouth Township 
Pottsville - Norman F. Kline, Captain, PD (Retired) 
Prospect Park - Franklin H. Hawke, Chief of Police, PD 
(^PnS)xkuimneY - Joseph S. Volpe, Chief of Police 
~lidgway%Harry M» Hill, Chief of Police, PD 

•ough - Ray LeVere Eldred, Jr. , Chief of Poli( 
Scranton - Clyde L. Finney, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Sewickley - William G. Kording, Chief of Police, Sewickley Heights Borough 
Sewickley - Thomas Prendergast, Chief of Police, PD 
Sharon - Earl H. Holby, Detective, PD 
Sharon -William V. Lavin. D^tectivP, PD 
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Walter Francis Karsonovich, Chief of Police, PD 

Klancher, Chief of Police, Upper St» Clair Township PD 
Ferentz, Captain, Springfield Township, PD (SA, FBI) 

Rempp, Chief of Police, Lower Gwynedd Township PD 
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South Hills - J A 

Springfield - A. F 

Spring House- Kenneth J 

Swathmore - Alvin J. Herr, Chief of Police, 



Tarentum - Joseph Pierre, Chief of Police, PD 

Trafford - Richard Joseph Heckel, Chief of Police, Penn Township PD 

Tyrone - A. D. Mencer, Chief of Police, PD * 

Alfred W. Davis, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

James F. Mahoney, Chief of Police, PD 

Edward L. Moor^, Patrolman, PD 

J Lieutenant, PD * 



Uniontown 

Uniontown 

Uniontown 

Uniontown 

Warminster 

Warren { 



Paul J. Brenna n, "Chief of Police, Warminster Township PD 
[P atrolman, PD * 
Washington - I I Detective. Washington County District Attorney's Office * 

West Homestead | S ergeant, PD * 

West Point - Benjamin F. Cairns, Chief of Police, Upper Gwynedd Township PD 



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West Reading - Raymond Miller, Chief of Police, PD 

Whitemarsh - Edgar E. Mitchell, Chief of Police, Whitemarsh Township PD 

Wilkes Bar re - Douglas C. Bart, Detective, PD 

William sport - John G. Good, Chief of Police, PD 

Willow Grove - Lawrence H. Shores, Chief of Police, Upper Moreland Township PD 

RHODE ISLAND 



Cranston - J. Howard Gibbs, Director, Personnel and Training, PD 

East Providence - Albert J. Feid, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

East Providence - Kenneth C. Rodman, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Newport - John P. Connolly, Captain of Inspectors, PD 

Newport - Henry E. Madden, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Newport - James J. Manning, Jr. , Inspector of Police, PD 

Newport - George Anthony Von Villas, Inspector of Police, PD (Retired) 

Pawtucket - Andrew J» Casey, Director of Public Safety 



Pawtucket - Frank W. McCabe, 



Lieutenant Inspector, PD (Retired) 
Lieutenant, Rhode Island State Police 



Providence -^ ^ 

Providence - Kevin P. McCarthy, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Providence - Clarence L. Nadeau, Lieutenant, PD 
Providence - George E. O'Dowd, Commander, PD 
Providence - Thomas Joseph 0*Rou rke. Lieutenant, PD 



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Peterson, Trooper, Rhode Island State Police 
Stone, Commander, PD 



Providence -| 

Providence - Albert E. 
- Providence - Walter E. 
providence - George iV. Wilding, Captain, PD 

Wakefield - Joseph B. Congdon, Chief of Police, South Kingstown PD 

Wakefield - Walter L. McNulty, Chief of Police, South Kingstown PD (Retired) 

Warwick - Ernest T. Brown, Sergeant Inspector, PD 

Warwick - Forrest R. Sprague, Chief of Police, PD 

Woonsocket - Wilfred J. Messier, Deputy Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

SOUTH CAROLINA 



Aiken - Elzaphan McConnell Hanna, Chief of Police, PD 
Aiken - Thomas B. Todd, Chief of Police, PD * 
Anderson - Parker R. Clamp, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Beaufort - M, H, Trammell, Chief of Police, PD * 
Bennettsville - Floyd E. Davis, Chief of Police, PD 
Bennettsville - William J. Weatherly, Sheriff, Marlboro County SO 
Blackville - Horace McLain, Deputy State Fire Marshal, State of South Carolina 
Camden - Louis S, Clyburn, Lieutenant, PD 

Camden - J. H. McLeod, Jr. , Chief of Police, Kershaw County PD 
Camden - L, Olin Watkins, Deputy Sheriff, Kershaw County SO 
Camden - Wilbert R. Williams, Chief of Police, PD 
Charleston - William Fraser Kelly, Chief of Police, PD 
Charleston - Landon McD. Louthian . Jr. , Corporal, Charleston County PD 
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Rufus M. Whetsell, Captain, PD 

James Blair White, Patrolman, Charleston County PD 
Phillip C. McLaurin, Chief of Police, PD 
William B. Blakely, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 



Columbia - Dan F. Beckman, Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 

Columbia - C. Kenneth Brown, Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 

Columbia - Clarence E. Cannon, Detective, PD 

Columbia - M. M, Cate, Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 

Columbia - William R. Cauthen, Lieutenant, PD 

Columbia - Harold 0. Fortson, Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 



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Columbia - Sheppard A. Griffith, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Columbia - Lionel C. Harvin, Assistant Director, Law Enforcement Division, South Carolina 

Highway Department 
Columbia - Gilbert L. Lackey, Chief of Detectives, PD 
Columbia - E. Fleming Mason, Captain, State Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 

Columbia - Robert S. Moore, Lieutenant and Identification Officer, State Highway Patrol (SA, FBI) 
Columbia - Richard Earl Padgett, Deputy Sheriff, Richland County SO 
Columbia - Alexis Bunyan Price, Ident. Officer, Richland County SO 
Columbia -P 
Columbia ~J 
Columbia -Q 
Columbia - 



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Identification Officer, PD * 
lief, South Carolina Enforcement Division 
] Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division * 
James Kermit Wilson, Lieutenant, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division 
Conway - H. T. Barker, Chief of Police, PD 
Darlington - W. E, Bryant, Jr. , Sheriff, Darlington County SO * 
Darlington - Harrv L. Miller , Ident. Officer, Darlington County SO 
Darlington A I Patrolman, PD * 

nariin ptnn - .Tahnnv Aift tan Stokes, Sheriff, Darlington County SO * 
Dillon j 1 Deputy Sheriff, Dillon County SO * 

Florence - Melvin D. Adams, Chief of Police, PD 
Florence - McLaurin Burch, Sergeant, PD (Retired) 
Florence - Roger Earl Poston, Sergeant, PD 
Georgetown -, Frftd Edward Nohlft.s, Chief of Police, PD 
Georgetown 
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V. L. Ashmore, Alcohol Tax Agent, South Carolina State Tax Commission 

James Dean Bigham, Identification Officer., PD 

Thurman Durrell Gothran, Captainj, PD 

Lowell W. Hammond, Chief of Detectives, PD 
Greenville - Harold Charles Jennings, Detective, PD 
Greenville -E.J. Kemp, Deputy U. S. Marshal, 
Greenville - John Hugh Smith. Det ective. PD (SA, FBI) (Retired) 
Greenville - I I Detective, PD * 

Hartsville - Fred E. Watson, Chief of Police, PD 
Kingstree - Charles E. Forbes, Chief of Police, PD 
Lake City - Maxie A. Hinds, Chief of Police, PD 

Lancaster - Jesse C. Adams, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Lancaster County SO 
Myrtle Beach - Hoyt C . Bellamy, Lieutenant, PD 
Orangeburg - Charles Harold Hall, Chief of Police, PD 
Rock Hill - William Stevenson Rhodes, Chief of Police, PD 
Rock Hill - Fred W. Wolfe, Superintendent of Identification Bureau, PD * 
Spartanburg - Jack B. Fowler, Captain of Detectives, Spartanburg County SO 
Spartanburg - Lewis E Jett, Detective, PD 
Spartanburg - Marshall F. McMillan, Detective, PD 
Spartanburg - Howard P. Smith, Chief of Detectives, PD * 
Sumter - Henry H. Foxworth, 1st Sergeant, VD 
Sumter - Jay B. Godfrey, Sergeant of Detectives, PD 
Sumter - Leslie Wilbur Griffin, Detective, PD 

Sumter - Curtis Leslie Hobbs, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Sumter County SO 
Sumter - Edward E. Mcintosh, Chief of Police, PD 
Sumter - L Rvrd ParnelL Shqriff. Sumter County SO 



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York - William Floyd Allison, Deputy Sheriff, York County SO 
York - Marion Cecil Chandler, Chief of Police, PD 
York - Tillman Winfield Derrick, Chief, York County Police * 
York - William E, Sutton, Lieutenant, York County Police 



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Aberdeen - S. N. Swenson, Chief of Police, PD 

Custer - Lester D. Price, Superintendent, Custer State Park 

Deadwood - Ted J, Kelley, Sheriff, Lawrence County SO * 

Deadwood - Richard T. McGrath, Sheriff, Lawrence County SO 

Huron - Harvey R. Huntley, Chief of Police, PD * 

Keyston e > W. Leon Evans. Sup erintendent, Mount Rushmore National Memorial 

Pierre - I l Asst. Attorney General in Charge of Investigations, 



Pierre 
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Rolland Kebach, Chief Agent, South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation 
Delbert D. Petersen, Special Agent, South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation 
Marvin L. Shay, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Pierre - Clayton O. Vickmark, Identification Officer, Division of Criminal Investigation 

Pierre - Cullen P. With, Asst. to the Superintendent, Captain, South Dakota Highway Patrol 

Rapid City - Ralph S. Johnson, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Sioux Falls - Kenneth B. Chamberlain, Chief of Police, PD 

Sioux Falls - Rex B. Gullick, Chief of Detectives, PD * 

Sioux Falls - Herbert S. Hawkey, Lieutenant, Chief of Detectives, PD 

Sioux Falls - Charles J. Hill, Detective Sergeant, PD 

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Yankton - George Grovijahn, Chief of Police, PD * 



TENNESSEE 



Athens - Reece L. Armstrong, Chief Deputy Sheriff, McMinn County SO * 
Chattanooga - Edward Herman Brown, Chief of Police, PD 
Chattanooga - William E. Chambers, Captain, Public Safety Service, TVA 
Chattanooga - Ernest E. Williams, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Clarksyille - James Davis, Chief of Police, PD 



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H [ Lieutenant, PD * 

Emmett P. Fox. Ch ief of Police, PD 

[ D eputy Sheriff, Maury County SO * 
{ Patrolman, PD * 
Clarence E. Turner , Chief of Police, PD * 



PD 



JPatrolman, PD * 

Bruce Jay Miller, Assistant Chief Ranger, National Park Service, Great Smoky 



Gatlinburg 

Mountains National Park 
Greeneville - Kenneth Rav Rollins. Patrolman, PD 
Greeneville - | [ Deputy Sheriff, Greene County SO * 

Greeneville - Hugh A. Wells, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Jackson - Edwin Bacon Alderson, Jr. , Detective Sergeant, PD 
Johnson City ■ Beauford Galloway Tunnell, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Johnson City [ Criminal Deputy Sheriff, Washington County SO * 

Kingsport - James Monroe Broyles, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Kingsport - Burch Field Cutshal l. Captain, PD 
Kingsport - [ | Captain, PD * 

Kingsport - Everett Leland Dykes, Patrolman, PD 
Kingsport - John Gray Martin, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Kingsport - Donald D. Pomerleau, Director, Department of Public Safety 
Kingsport - J. Charles Still, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Knoxville - Elmer E. Dyke, Captain, PD 
Knoxville -George E. Ireland , Captain, PD 
Knoxville - Patrolman, PD * 

Knoxville - u i-rank Reams, Captain, PD 



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Knoxville - Joe H. Roberts, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 
Lawrenceburg - William H. Lindsey, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD * 
Maryville - James R. Beeler, Chirf of Police, PD * 
Maryville ■ John R. Bluford. Chief o f Police, PD 
Maryville - I I Sergeant, PD * 

Maryville - Newell N. Wright, Chief of Police, PD * 



Maryville -[_ 



] Patrolman, PD 



McMinnville - Edward N. Yager, ni, Chief Deputy, barren County SO 
Memphis - Claude A. Armour, Vice Mayor and Commissioner of Fire and Police 
Memphis - Ulis Taft Bartholomew, Asst. Chief of Police, PD * 

Memphis - John Lewis Carlisle, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Shelby County SO 

James Kerlin Caughley, Inspector, PD 

John T. Dwyer, Commissioner of Public Service 

Robert K. Dwyer, Investigator, District Attorney General's Office, Shelby County 

Josephs. Gagliano, Inspector, PD 

Samuel Edward Huddleston, Inspector, PD 

Edward Lawrence Hutchinson, Jr. , Lieutenant, Shelby County SO 

George Anthony Lawo, Inspector, PD 
Memphis - Henry Eugene Lux - Captain of Detectives, PD 
Memphis - James C. Macdonald, Chief of Police, PD 
Memphis - H. L. McAden, Inspector, PD 
Memphis - Bruns McKie M cCarrolL Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Memphis - I I Lieutenant, PD * 

Memphis - William J. Raney, Inspector, PD (Retired) 
Memphis - Ralph Hunter Siler, Inspector, PD 
Memphis - William V. Wilkinso n, Captain, PD 
Memphis H ~| Captain, PD '^ 



Memphis 
Memphis 
Memphis 
Memphis 
Memphis 
Memphis 
Memphis 



Murfreesboro 

MurfreesbcyciL 
Nashville 

Nashville ^ ^ 

Nashville - William E award Cole man, Jr. , Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Identification 



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Robert Lawton Blanton, Sergeant, PD 
Rnh R. Lvnr.h. Captain, PD 

[Captain, Davidson County SO * 

Lieutenant, Department of Safety, State of Tennessee * 



Nashville -Q 



3 Sergeant, Department of Public Safety * 



Nashville 
Nashville 
Nashville 
Nashville 
Nashville 



Nashville - Harold Franklin Cross, Lieutenant, Tennessee Department of Safety 

Nashville - Sam Alexander Dews, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 

Alfred T. Ellis, Asst. Agent in Cliarge, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation 

James English, Director, Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Identification * 

James Thomas Gill, Lieutenant, Tennessee Highway Patrol 

B. S. Griffis, Identification Officer, PD 

Ethridge C. Hale, Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Identification 

Nashville - Henry Mayo Heer, Major, Tennessee Highway Patrol 

Nashville - R. W. Jett, Inspect or, PD 

Nashville - [ | Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation * 

Nashville -John Harim KerKeles, Chief Investigator, Davidson County SO 

Nashville - Claud Jackson McAfee, Special Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Investigation 

Nashville - William A. McDaniel, Lieutenant, PD 

Nashville - Kenneth J. Shelton, Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Investigation 

Nashville - Martin H. Stephens, Chief of Police, Belle Meade PD 

Nashville - Dennis O. Trotter, Sergeant, Tennessee Highway Patrol 

Nashville - John Edward Walker, Lieutenant, Tennessee Highway Patrol 

Nashville - William K, Whitehurst, Jr. , Criminal Investigator, Tennessee Bureau of 
Criminal Inves tigation 

Nashville ^ | Sergeant, State Highway Patrol * 

Nashville - Mayo Wix, Captain, Tennessee Highway Patrol 

Oak Ridge - Artie A. Addison, Jr. , Captain, PD 

Oak Ridge - Charles Gustav Fehr, Lieutenant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Oak Ridge - George A. Mills, Sr. , Sergeant, PD 

Oak Ridge - Claude A. Stair, Jr. , Captain, PD 

Oak Ridge - Harold L. Stevens, Lieutenant, PD (SA, FBI) 



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Oak Ridge - Charles T. Vettel, Chief of Police, PD 
Shelby ville - Paul L. Thompson, Chief of Police, PD * 

TEXAS 



Abilene - 

Amarillo 

Amarillo 

Amarillo 

Amarillo 

Amarillo 

Angleton 

Austin 

Austin 

Austin 

Austin 

Austin 



Lemial Warren Dodson, Chief of Police, PD 

- Wiley C. Alexander, Chief of Police, PD 
-Joe D. Bowes, Patrolman, PD 
- Claude B, Evans, In spector, PD 
- I [ Captain, PD * 

- Leo W. Uselding, Deputy Sheriff, Potter County SO (SA, FBI) 

- K. D. Kyle, Investigator, District Attorney's Office 
Russell Forester > Captain, PD 



] Captain, PD 

JPatroiman, State Highway Patrol, Texas Department of Public Safety * 



Walter E. Naylor, Chief, Narcotics Division, Texas Department of Public Safety 
Rufus L. Taylor, Patrolman, Texas Highway Patrol, Texas Department of Public Safety 

Beaumont - Willie Bauer, Senior Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Beaumont - Russell H. Bridges, Chief Criminal Investigator, Jefferson County SO 

Big Bend National Park - Henry George Schmidt, Assistant Superintendent, Big Bend National Park 

Big Spring - Everett W. York, Chief of Police, PD * 

Borger - John B. Wilkinson, Chief of Police, PD 

Brownsville - Boynton H. Fleming, Sheriff, Cameron County SO 

Brownsville - William J. Gatliff, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Cameron County SO 

Brownsville - Gus O. Krausse, Chief of Police, PD 

Canadian - Harry C. Rathjen, Sheriff, Hemphill County SO 

Canyon - Lewis Samuel Johnston, Sheriff, Randall County SO 

Corpus Christi - James H. Avant, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Corpus Christi - Richard L. Belf lowe r. Asst. Chief of Police, 



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Detective, PD * 
uunn, jjirector of Public Safety * 



Corpus Christi - 

Corpus Christi -TarTCT 

Corpus Christi - George L. Lowman, Deputy Sheriff, Nueces County SO 

Corpus Christi - Richard Thomas Runyan, Chief of Police, PD 

Dallas - Paul Harvey Ashenhust, Inspector, PD 

Dallas - Glenn Winston Byrd, Justice of the Peace, Dallas County 

Dallas - Alden C, Cantrell, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Dallas - Jesse E. Curry, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Dallas - Walter C. Fannin, Captain, PD 

Dallas - Newton T. Fisher, Captain, PD 

Dallas - William P. Gannaway, Captain, PD 

Dallas " Orville A, Jones, Captain, PD 

Dallas - Forrest E. Keene, Chief of Police, University Park 

Dallas - Royal Hobart Kelley, Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County SO 

Dallas " Tyree B. Leonard, Lieutenant, PD 

Dallas - Dallas A. Loe, Inspector, PD (Retired) 

Dallas - George L. Lumpkin, Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Dallas - Erskin Lewis Munday, Lieutenant, PD 

Dallas - Arthur Evert Nobles, Detective, Highland Park PD 

Dallas - C. E. Oliver, Detective, PD 

Dallas " Edward Preston, Inspector, PD 

Dallas - Lloyd S. Reeves, Captain, PD 

Dallas - Harry T. Riddell, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Dallas - James Lee Riddle, Lieutenant, PD 

Dallas " J. Herbert Sawyer, Inspector, PD 

Dallas * J. M. Solomon, Captain of Police, PD 

Dallas - James M. Souter, Lieutenant, PD 

Dallas - Ted P, Wells, Lieutenant, PD 

Dallas - W. R. Westbrook, Captain, PD 

Dallas " John Charles Wilson, Lieutenant, PD 



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'Electra - A. K, Miller, Chief of Police, PD * 

El Paso - George Robert Althoff, Detective, PD 

El Paso - Leland Carpenter Boyce, Sergeant, PD 

El Paso - Robert D. Drennan, Captain, PD (Retired) 

El Paso - Howard W. Jones, Chief of Police, PD 

El Paso - Frank W. Manni ng. Captain, El Paso County SO 

El Paso - j J Senior Deputy Sheriff, El Paso County SO * 



PD 



PD 



FBI) 



Fort Worth - Oliver E, Ball, Sergeant, PD 

Fort Worth - Joe D. Galloway, Captain, PD 

Fort Worth - Roland R. Howerton, Asst. Chief of Police, 

Fort Worth - William T. McWhorter, Deputy Chief, PD 

Fort Worth - Thomas J. Smith, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Fort Worth - Joe R. Tunal, Sergeant, PD 

Galveston - William John Burns « Chief of Detectives, PD 

Galveston H "[ Sergeant, PD * 

Galveston - William J. Whitburn, Sergeant of Detectives, 

Georgetown - S. Allen, Sheriff, Williamson County SO * 

Grand Prairie - B. W. Adams, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD 

Greenville - Leonard P. Petty, Chief of Police, PD 

Harlingen - Harold H. Crossett, Chief of Police, PD (SA, 

Harlingen - John Lee Guseman, Chief of Police, PD * 

Harlingen - Abel Montalvo Lozano. Li eutenant. PD 

Harlingen - I I Jr. , Captain, PD * 

Harlingen - Ray Shannon, Lieutenant, PD 

Hondo - Charles Joseph Hit zf elder. Sheriff, Medina County SO 

Houston - I I Senior Investigator, Texas Rangers, State Department of Public Safety * 

Houston - Clayton L, Phillips, Detective. PD 

Houston - Howard Dale Price, Sergeant, PD 

Houston - George Lee Seber, Asst. Chief of Police, PD b6 

Houston - Weldon Richard W aycott, Captain, PD b7C 

Houston H I nspector, PD * 

Jacksonville - Sam Bollinger, Chief of Police, PD 

Laredo - Porfirio L. Flores, She riff, vVebb County SO 

Longview - | [ Special Investigator, Gregg County Criminal District 

Attorney's Office * 
Longview - William Roy Stone, Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock - J, T. Alley, Jr., Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock - Leonard D, Blakney, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock - William A. Cox, Lieutenant, PD 

Lubbock - Pat N. Davidson, i^eputy U. S. Marshal, Northern District of Texas 
Lubbock - Leonard Weldon Forrester, Captain, PD 

Lubbock - Nolan H. Lassiter, Jr. , Special Investigator., District Attorney's Office 
Lubbock - Coleman Mabray, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 
Lubbock - Don Reeder, Chief of Police, PD * 
Lufkin - Samuel B. Gandy, Night Chief of Police, PD * 
Lufkin - Willie Truben Ricks, Chief of Police, PD * 
Mercedes - Claudio Castaneda, Chief of Police, PD 
Midland - Charles R. Hemingway, Chief of Police, PD * 
Midland - Harold S, Wallace, Chief of Police, PD 
Odessa - Jess Lee Cariker, Chief of Police, PD 
Odess a - Jack Tomlin, Ass t. Chief of Police, FD 
Paris 
Paris 



Lieutenant, PD * 
wesiey ijoason nanes, Identification Officer, PD (SA, FBI) 
Paris - Jerome Wright, Chief Deputy Sheriff, Lamar County SO (SA, FBI) 
Pasadena - Varreece Berry, Police and Fire Commissioner 
Kenneth Bradford Green, Detective, PD 
Allen O. Laster, Patrolman, PD 
Edd L. Miller, Chief of Police, PD * 



Pasadena 
Pasadena 
Pasadena 
Pasadena 



A. J. Schamerhorn, Chief of Police, PD 



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Pasadena - G. W. Wornick, Captain Detective, PD 

Pecos - Andrew E. Fenton, Chief of Police, PD 

Pharr - Truett Jordan, Chief of Police, PD 

Port Arthur - J. B, McVeety, Superintendent, Bureau of Identification, 

Port Arthur - David P. Moore, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Port Isabel - George Durham Passmore, Chief of Police, PD 

Rankin - J. E. Simco, Sheriff, Upton County SO * 

Robstown - Ben A, Bennett. Cou nty Commissioner, Precinct #3 

San Angelo - I l lnvestigator. District Attorney* s Office 

San Antonio -,E. P. Bogasch. Ipspector, PD 

San Antonio 

San Antonio 

San Antonio 

San Antonio 

San Antonio 

San Antonio 

Sherman 



PD 



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.sst. District Attorney, Bexar County * 
] Patrolman, PD * 



Temple -^ 



Jack Button, Captain, PD 
EmilE. Peters^ I nspector. PD 
I I Police Investigator, PD * 

Orvie E. Springs, Sergeant, PD 
I^fi Tribhle. Chief of Police, PD 



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PD 
PD 



Terrell Hills - D. J. Robberts, Patrolman, PD 

Texas City - Rankin L. DeWalt, Chief of Police, 

Uvalde - Joe Harvey Newcomer, Chief of Police, 

Vernon - Oran Key, Sheriff, Wilbarger County SO * 

Victoria - William F. Crawford, Sheriff, Victoria County SO * 

Waco - Milton Milus Calvert, Captain, PD 

Waco - C, C. Maxey, Sheriff, McLennan County SO 

Waco - Joe N. Thompson, Deputy Sheriff of McLennon County 

Wharton - Tom W. Lane, Sheriff, Wharton County SO * 

Wichita Falls - C. C. Daniel, Chief of Police, PD 

Wichita Falls - L. E, Hanaway, Chief of Detectives, PD * 

UTAH 



Bountiful • Odes B. Record, Chief of Police, PD 

Brigham City - Fred M. Sorenson, Sheriff, Box Elder County SO 

Castle Dale - Don B. Kofford, Sheriff , Emery County SO 

Cedar City - | [ Chairman, Public Safety Department * 

Cedar City - Anton Hardy Lambert, Chief of Police, PD 

Logan - Russell Conrad Kno wles, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Ogden - I 1 Detective. PD * 

Ogden - LeRoy Hadley, Sheriff, Weber County SO 

Ogden - Clifford K. Keeter, Captain, PD (Retired) 

Provo - LeGrand Joseph Baker, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Provo - Max M. Snow, Lieutenant, PD 

Salt Lake City - Ferris D. Andrus, Deputy Sheriff, Salt Lake County SO 

Salt Lake City - Stanley D. Butcher, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Salt Lake City - Farold B. Christiansen, Sergeant, PD 

Salt Lake City - Leonard C. Crowther, Captain, PD 

Salt Lake City - William O. Evans, Captain, Salt Lake County SO 

Salt Lake City - Sherman Falkenrath, Captain, PD 

Salt Lake City - Dewey J. Fillis, Sergeant, PD 

Salt Lake City - Marcell Graham, Warden, Utah State Penitentiary * 

Salt Lake City - Lorenz R. Greeson, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Salt Lake City - Ralph C. Knudson. Lieutenant. PD 

Salt Lake City - | | Chief Investigator, Salt Lake County SO * 

Salt Lake City - John D. Rogers, Assistant Superintendent, Utah State Highway Patrol 

Salt Lake City - John Eugene Scheib, Special Investigator, Salt Lake County SO (SA, FBI) 

Salt Lake City -Marion A. Snow. Trnonpr. Utah State Highway Patrol 

Salt Lake City - I \ Trooper, Utah State Highway Patrol * 

Tooele - Fay Gillette, Sheriff, Tooele County SO 



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VERMONT 

Bellows Falls - Edward A. Burke, Chief of Police, PD 

Bennington - Francis J. Cone, Patrolman, PD ' 

Brattleboro - Joseph Holiday, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Brattle boro - Richard J. Jones, Patrolman, PD (SA, FBI) 

Burlington - Arthur J. Carron, Captain of Detectives, PD 

Burlington - William Walter Corbett, Deputy Sheriff, Chittenden County SO 

Burlington - Earle B. McLaughlin, Sheriff, Chittenden County SO 

Burlington - Donald P. Russell, Chief of Police, PD 

Montpelier - Harold E. Dean, Sergeant, Vermont State Police 

Montpelier - Norton T. Fitzsimons, Captain, Vermont Department of Public Safety 

Montpelier - Kennith Jay Fletcher, Lieutenant, Identification Bureau, Department of Public Safety 

Montpelier - Max Foster Jurras, Deputy Sheriff, ^Vashington County SO 

Montpelier - Howard C. LaDuke, State Investigator, Attorney General's Office (SA, FBI) 

Montpelier - H. Carlyle Lawson, Jr. , Corporal, Vermont State Police 

Montpelier - Edward James Luce, Lieutenant, Vermont State Police * 

Montpelier - Andrew H. Monti, Lieutenant, Vermont State Police 

Montpelier - Harold S. Potter, Detective, Fire Prevention Bureau, Department of Public Safety 

Newport - James Francis Mulcahy, Chief of Police, PD 

St. Albans - George E. Hebert, Chief of Police, PD 

White River Junction - F. Conrad Johnson, Chief of Police, Hartford PD 

Woodstock - Wesley P. Krupinsky, Chief of Police, PD * 

Woodstock - M. W. Moore, Sheriff, Windsor County SO 



VIRGINIA 



Abingdon - C. N, Bordwine, Sheriff, Washing ton County SO 

Alexandria - James William Baber, Captain, PD 

Alexandria - Russell A. Hawes, Superintendent of Police, PD 

Alexandria - James Frank Smith, Lieutenant, PD 

Alexandria - William G. Tothill, Sergeant, PD 

Alexandria - Thomas Edward ^oods, Captain, PD 

Alexandria - Warren W. Zimmerman, Sergeant, PD 

AltaVista - Darwin M. Arthur, Chief of Police*, PD 

Appalachia - Frank Still, Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 

Arlington - Andrew E. Bayliss, Lieutenant, Arlington County PD 

Arlington - Walter E. Bell, Jr. , Captain, Arlington County PD 

Arlington - Raymond S. Cole, Asst. Chief of Police, Arlington County PD 

Bluemont - James Herman Poole, Guard, U. S, Army Engineers 

Bristol - Andrew Kristofek. C aptain. PD 

Bristol - I [ Lieutenant, PD =<' 

Bristol - Jacic stlgau, Uaptain, PD 

Charlottesville - Connie O. Durham, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Chesterfi eld - Charlie W. Smithy Major, Chief of Police, Chesterfield County PD 

Danville 

Danville 



Captain of Detectives, PD * 

JubyE. Towler, Captain, PD 
Danville - Ural W. Watson, Chief of Police, PD * 
- Thomas Elwood Yeaman, Detective, PD 
Leslie H. Brooks, Chief of Police, PD * 

■ Arthur Harry Crosen, Captain, Fairfax County PD 

■ William L, Durrer, Major, Chief of Police, Fairfax County PD 

■ Lance Greer, Lieutenant, Fairfax County PD 

■ James M. Mahoney, Inspector, Deputy Chief, Fairfax County PD 



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Dublin - 
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Fairfax 
Fairfax 
Fairfax 
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Franklin - Willie L. Burrow, Chief of Police, PD 
Front Royal - Charles A. Menefee, Chief of Police, PD 
Front Roy al - Dennis Clifford T hompson. Lieutenant, PD 
Hampton - 



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Hampton - B. G. Odom, Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Hampton - Thomas M. Parker, Chief of Police, PD * 

Harrisonburg - William J. Kean, Chief of Police, PD * 

Harrisonburg - Julius F. Ritchie, Chief of Police, PD 

Langley Air Force Base - Edward B. Boswell, Asst. Security Officer, National Advisory 

Xmnipittee for Aeronautics 
Lynchburg 
Manassas 



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PD 



Detective Sergeant^- PD 

Turner D. Wheeling , Sheriff, P^ac^Wgli^ 
Martinsville - Emorv Jefferson Bole jack,\iw i^6l!^^ 
Martinsville \ [ Lieutenant. Pu"*' "^"^t 

Newport News - Howard Benjamin Biackmon, Lieutenant, VD / 

Newport News - Donnie McAjah Burns, Jr. , Detective Lieutenant, TD 
Newport News - Herman F. Drummond, Jr. , Lieutenant, Commanding Officer, Identification 

Division, PD (SA, FBI) 
Newport News - Walter R. Kennedy, Jr. , Captain, PD 
Newport News - Russell W. Lyon, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Newport News - William F.' Peac h. Chief of Police, PD 
Newport News - | [ Lieutenant, PD * 

Newport News - Charles Lee Tench, Jr. , Lieutenant, PD 
Newport News - William Beverley Weaver, Captain of Detectives, 
Newport News - Leroy Woody, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Norfolk - Delbert E. Berry, Inspector, PD 
Norfolk - Frank E. Decker, Captain, PD 
Norfolk - Augustus O. Downing, Criminal Investigator, ONI 
Norfolk - Gaston A. Fortin, Chief of Police, Naval Air Station 
Norfolk - Harry C. Gornto, Jr. , Captain, PD 
Norfolk - Charles D. Grant, Lieutenant, PD 
Norfolk - Louis D. Looney, Jr. , Clerk, Police Court 
Norfolk -Claude James Staylor, Jr. , Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Norfolk H 1 Captain, PD * 

Norfolk - Ernest M. Towe, Captain, PD 
Orange - M. M. Myers, Sheriff, Orange County SO 
Petersburg - WillardE. Travlor, C hief of Police, PD 

H "I Patrolman, Norfolk County PD 

- Robert G. Broughton, Detective, PD 

- John E. Flynn, Detective, PD 



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Portsmouth 
Portsmouth 
Portsmouth 
Portsmouth 
Portsmouth 



Phillips Carroll Journee, Detective PD 

Russell V. Porter, Patrolman, PD 

James Herbert Simpson, Detective, VTi 
Portsmouth - John J. Smith, Captain, PD 
Portsmouth - Calvert Linton Warren, Captain, PD 
Princess Anne - George K. Bryan, Sergeant, Princess Anne County PD 
Princess Anne - Ivan D. Mapp, Commissioner of Revenue, Princess Anne County 
Radford - William D. Lorton, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Radford - Edwin W. Savory, Superintendent of PoHce, PD * 
Richmond - Charles Maxwell Boldin, Lieutenant, Virginia State Police 
Richmond - Felix A. Bradley, Jr. , Lieutenant, Virginia State Police 
Richmond - Harold Wilson Burgess, Captain, Virginia State Police 
Richmond - Ravmond E. Clavtor. Capta in of Police, PD 



Richmond 

Richmond - Fniiiip watson urew sT 

Richmond -£ 



Inspector and Asst. Director, 
Tiispector, Virginia State Police 



Virginia State Police 



] Lieutenant, Virginia State Police * 

Richmond - Walter Arnold Evans, Lieutenant, Vl> 
Richmond - O. D. Garton, Colonel, Chief of Police, PD 

Wilmer J, Hedrick, Chief of Police, Henrico County VTi 

J. Spencer Howerton, Major, Commanding Officer, Detective Division, PD (Retired) 

Frank H. Kemmerer, Lieutenant, PD 



Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 



Marvin H. Kent, Sergeant, Virginia State Police 
Robert B. King, Captain, Virginia State Police 



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Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 
Richmond 



George Minor Ll oyd, Captain, PD 

I Major. V irginia State Police * 

[ Major, Virginia State Police ** 
Lloyd E. Thomas, Lieutenant, Virginia State Police 



W. C. Thomas, Major and Executive Officer, Virginia State Police 

Douglas Mercer Trolan, Inspector, Transportation Division, State Corporation 

Commission 

Richmond > Meredith S. Urick. Captain. Virginia State Police 

Richmond - | ^ Detective Sergeant, PD * 

Richmond - C. W. Woodson, Jr., Colonel, Superintendent, Virginia State Police 

Richmond - Phillip Powers Woodson, Lieutenant, PD 

Richmond - John M. Wright, Sr. , Major, Executive Officer, PD 

Roanoke - Elmo A. Griggs, Lieu tenant of Detectives, PD 



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Roanoke \ I Detective. PD * 

South Norfolk - William Evans Beedie, Jr, , Detective, PD 

South Norfolk - Jesse Kenneth Holland, Jr. , City Sergeant 

Staunton - Bernard A. Gill, Chief of Police, PD * 

Suffolk - Ray Harmon Early, Sr. , Special Investigator, Nansemond County SO 

Suffolk - W. S. Rountree, Game Warden, Nanjsemond County 

Virginia Beach - Robert K. Halstead, Lieutenant, PD 

Virginia Beach - Reeves E. Johnson, Chief of Police, PD 

Waynesboro - Clarence H. Benson, Chief of Police, PD 

Williamsburg - Yale B. Huffman, Jr. , Director, Department of Public Safety, Colonial 

Williamsburg, Inc» * 
Winchester - Joseph Caesar Ritter, Captain, PD 
Winchester -Warren Rudolph, Lieutenant, PD 
Yorktown - Richard M. Goode, Investigator, York County PD 

WASHINGTON 



Bellevue - Gerald L. Plowman,. Chief of Police, PD * 

Bellingham - Edward H. Bartleson, Chief of Police, PD 

Bremerton - Arthur N. Morken, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Chehalis - Frank H. Thayer, Sheriff, Lewis County SO * 

EUensburg - Kenneth P. Butler, Chief of Police, PD 

Ellensburg • Garth L. Hoffman, Chief of Police, PD * 

EUensburg - William Otto Reich, Sergeant, PD 

Ephrata - Cecil H. Oilman, Sheriff, Grant County SO 

Everett - George H. Nelson, Chief of Police, PD 

Everett - Howard F. Sweeney, Captain, PD 

Hoquiam - Norman C. Foote, Chief of Police, PD 

Hoquiam - Charles A. Potter, Captain, PD 

Kirkland - Clem J. Reynolds, Chief of Police, PD 

Longview - Ralph Benefiel, Chief of Police, PD 

Moses Lake - William E. Bjork, Chief of Police, PD 

Okanogan - Lester H. Moss, Sheriff, Okanogan County SO * 

Olympia - Ronald L. Kellev. Sergeant. Washington State Patrol 

Olympia - I i Deputv Sheriff. Thurston County SO * 

Olympia - Clarence O. Rolfson, Special Investigator for Attorney General 

Olympia - James D. Skaggs, Chairman, State JBoard of Prison Terms and Paroles 

Olympia - John Phillip Wagner, Undersheriff, Thurston County Sheriff's Department 

Port Angeles - Harry Kochanek, Chief of Polic e, PD . 

Port Orchard - Harold Raymond Doss, Chief of Detectives, Kitsap County SO 

Puyallup - Cecil Lee Archer, Chief of Police, PD 

Puyallup - James C. Rooker, Asst. Chief of Police 

Raymond - Arthur V. Clark, Chief of Police, PD 

Renton - Angelo Busato, Chief of Police, PD 

Renton - William E. Frazee « Detective Lieutenant, PD 

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Seattle - Clyde V. Dailey, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 

Seattle - Ed. O. Kanz, Chief of Police, University of Washington PD 

Seattle - A. A, Kretchmar, Lieutenant, PD 

Seattle - Henry James Lawrence, Chief of Police, PD 

Seattle - Lyle J. LaPointe, Sergeant, PD 

Seattle - Frank Curtis Ramon. Deputy Chief of Staff, PD 

Seattle H ] Asst. Sheriff, King County SO * 

Seattle ■ Charles A. Rouse. Captjtin, pd 

Seattle -| 

Liquor Board * 
Seattle - Donald R, Sprinkle, Undersheriff, King County SO 
Seattle - Seth W. Taylor, Detective Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Seattle - Emile Vallet, Inspector, PD 
Selah - E. R. McGuire, Chief of Police, PD 
South Bend - James 0. Anderson, Undersheriff, Pacific County SO 
Spokane - Leighton L, Dugger, Captain, PD 

Spokane - Darrell O. Holmes, U. S. Marshal, Eastern District of Washington 
Spokane - John J. Lenhart, Asst. Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Spokane - Clyde E. Phelps, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Spokane - John F. Reilly, Captain, PD 
Spokane -William J PpIIIv shpriff^ Spokane County SO 

Spokane -| 

Spokane - Gerald S. Swartout, Chief of Police, PD * 

Sumner - Jonas Andrew Anderson, Patrolman, PD 

Tacoma - Jack D. Davelaar, Detective, Pierce County SO 

Tacoma - Roy D. Kerr, Chief of Police, PD 

Tacoma - Lyle M. Lathrop, Captain, Pierce County SO 

Tacoma - R, R. Mace, Sergeant, PD 

Tacoma - Robert B. McDougall, Lieutenant, PD 

Tacoma - Emil Paul Smith, Captain, PD 

Tacoma - Lyle Edwin Smith, Lieutenant, PD 

Vancouver - Harold M, Quarnberg, Deputy Sheriff, Clark County SO 

Walla Walla - Alex N. Dietz, Captain, PD 

Walla Walla - Arthur Klundt, Chief Criminal Deputy, Walla Walla County SO 

Walla Walla - Albert L. Watts, Chief of Police, PD 

Wenatche e - Arnold Eldref f Smeltzer, Identification Officer, Chelan County SO 

Yakima - I i Captain of Detectives, PD * 

Yakima - Forrest J. Schauf, Captain, PD 

Yakima - John H. Thompson, Deputy Sheriff, Yakima County SO 



f^uciiii, opuivauc v^vuiitj^ tjv/ 
Chief of Identification Bureau, Spokane County SO * 



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Beckley -{ 

Bluefield 

Bluefield 



Beckley - William Thomas Roberts, Chief of Police, PD * 
Beckley - Millard E. Tyree. Captain, PD 

1 1nves tigator, Raleigh County Prosecuting Attorney's Office * 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD * 

Arnold G. Porterfield, Chief of Police, PD * 
Charleston - Raymond W. Bov les . Colonel-Superintendent, West Virginia State Police (Retired) 
Charleston - I I Chief Field Deputy, Kanawha County SO * 

Charleston 
Charleston 
Charleston 



James H. Fillinger, Captain, West Virginia State Police (Retired) 



W. W. Fisher, 



Detect ive Sergeant, 
]Asst. 



PD 



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Charleston 
Charleston 
Charleston 
Charleston 
Charleston 



Area Supervisor, West Virginia State Road 

Commission. Divi sion of Weight Enforcement * 

I Knfnrrf^misnf Officer, State Liquor Control Commission * 

J Deputy Sheriff, Kanawha County SO * 

[ Sergeant, PD * 
C, W. Ray, Captain, ^est Virginia State Police (Retired) 
Claude L. Walker, Captain, West Virginia State Police 
Jesse G, Workman, Captain, Municipal PD 



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Charleston - Basil E. Wright, Major, Inspector, West Virginia State Police (Retired) 

Dunbar - William A. Long, Chief of Police, PD 

Fairmont - Walter Hall, Sergeant, PD (SA, FBI) 

Fairmont - Leonard L. Napple, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Huntington - Hercil H. Gartin, Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Martinsburg - Ho ward K. Cushwa. Ca ptain, PD 

New Cumberland ^ [ investigator, Hancock County SO * 

Parkersburg - Marvin E. Prince, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

Parkersburg - William Ray Rardon, Lieutenant, PD 

Wellsburg - Richard L. Hogg, Sheriff, Brooke County SO * 

Wellsburg - Herbert Traube rt, Sheriff, Brooke County SO * 

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Wheeling - Aionzo nixenoaugh, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Wheeling - W. R. Kennedy, Chief of Police, PD * 
Wheeling - Ralph Frank LePore, Special Investigator, Ohio County SO 
Wheeling - Fidelis J. Strauss, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 

WISCONSIN 



PD 



Antigo - Peter P. Krosnicki, Chief of Police, PD 

Beliot - Claude W. Jones, Captain, PD 

Burlington - Walter E. Gabriel, Chief of Police, PD 

Chippewa Falls - Floyd J. Maloney, Chief of Police, 

Cudahy - Theodore J. Kramer, Lieutenant, PD 

^au Claire - Harold L. MacLaughlin, Chief of Police, PD 

Eau Claire - Bernard Conrad Peterson, Major, PD (Retired) 

Eau Claire - Walter C. Schwenk, Deputy Sheriff and Probation Officer, Eau Claire County SO 

Eau Claire - Arvin R. Ziehlsdorff , Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Elkhorn - George D. Sawyer, Chief Deputy, Walworth County SO 

Fond du Lac - Harold John Rautenberg, Assistant Chief of Police, PD 

Glendale - Fred J. Breul, Detective, PD 

Hales Corners - David Patrick Geary, Chief of Police, PD 

Janesville - Ralph H. Gregory, Captain of Police, PD 

Janesville - Laurel E. Kapke, Detective, PD 

Janesville - Donald Ray Simon, Identification Officer, Rock County SO 

Janesville - Jasper A. Webb, Chief of Police, PD 

Kenosha - Ralph V. Fox, Sergeant, PD 

Kenosha - Stanley G. Haukedahl, Chief of Police, PD 

Eugene E. Zicarelli, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
William S. Boma, Captain, PD 
Robert W, Loeffler, Captain, PD 

Reynold R. Abrahairis, Deputy Sheriff, Dane County SO 
Madison - Charles O. Burnmeister, Detective, PD (Retired) 
Madison - John H. Harrington, Inspector of Police, PD 
Madison - H. L. Milsted, Captain of Detectives, PD (Retired) 
Madison - Thomas R. Nee, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Madison - Thomas A, Peterson, Deputy Sheriff, Dane County SO 
Madison - Herman J. Thomas, Inspector of Police, PD 
Madison - Bruce Weatherly, Chief of Police, PD 
Manitowoc - Elmer H. Scherer, Inspector of Police, PD 
Marinette - \ [ Patrolman, PI) * 

Marinette - Wilbur R. Hansen, Inspector of Police, PD 
Marinette - Vernon C. Laabs, Captain, PD 
Marshfield - John Joseph Nelson, Lieutenant, PD 
Marshfield - Walter Wohlfahrt, Chief of Police, PD 
Milwaukee - Aaron F. Cowels, Captain, PD 
Milwaukee - Raymond Alcnt nahl^ Deputy Inspector, 

Lieutenant, PD * 



Kenosha 
LaCrosse 
LaCrosse 
Madison 



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Milwaukee - 
Milwaukee - 



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Patrolman, PD * 



George Henry Fuhr, Captain of Police, PD 



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Milwaukee 
Milwaukee 
Milwaukee 
Milwaukee 
Milwaukee 
Milwaukee 



George James Kosalos, Lieutenant, Deputy Sheriff, Milwaukee County SO 

Arnold R. Kramer, Sergeant, PD 

Orval H. Meister, Chief of Police, Village of Whitefish Bay PD 

Joseph Charles Poshepny, Deputy Inspector , PD (Retired) 

Edwin Thomas Purtell, Captain, Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department 

Claire E. Simonson, Criminal Investigator, Milwaukee County SO 

Milwaukee - George H, Sprague, Captain, PD 

Milwaukee - Teofan J. Szewczykowski, Deputy Sheriff, Milwaukee County SO (Retired) 

Neenah - Clarence B. Toeppler, Captain, PD 

Oshkosh - Orvilie Weber, Patrolman, PD (Retired) 

Portage - Francis P. Riley, Chief of Police, PD 

Racine - LeRoy C. Jenkins, Chief of Police, PD 

Racine * Thomas J. Koetting, Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Racine - Joseph Konicek, Jr. , Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

Racine - John Steve Secanky, Inspector of Police, PD 

Sheboygan - Oakley O. Frank, Captain, PD 

Sheboygan - Steen William Heimke, Chief of Police, PD 

Stevens Point - Elmer L, Zeaman, Chief of Police, PD 

Stoughton - Joseph S. Walker. Chief of Police, PD (SA, FBI) 



Sturgeon Bay 

Superior - Charles Mattiew barnara, 



Traffic Officer, Door County Highway Patrol * 
Asst. Chief of PoUce, PD 
Superior - Peter G. Ostrom, Lieutenant, PD (Retired) 
Two Rivers - John A. Brandt, Chief of Police, PD 
Two Rivers - Edward F. Pazdera, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Watertown - Theodore C, Voigt, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 

n Patrolman, Waupaca County Traffic Patrol * 

ack Coleman, Detective, PD (Retired) 
Clarence E. Gehrke, Captain of Detectives, PD 
Everett Gleason, Chief of Police, PD (Retired) 
Norman William Zietlow, Chief of Police, PD 
Wauwatosa - Alvin J. Basting, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Wisconsin Rapids - Rudolph J, Exner, Chief of Police, PD 



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Wausau ■ 
Wausau - 
Wausau ■ 
Wausau ■ 



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WYOMING 



Casper - | [ Detective Sergeant, PD * 

Cheyenne - Franklin James Smith, Detective, PD 

Green Riv er - George M. N immo, Sheriff, Sweetwater County SO 

Laramie - 

Rawlins 

Worland 



J Patrolman, Wyoming Highway Patrol * 



W, C. Miller, Warden, Wyoming State Penitentiary (Retired) 

James S. Black, Sheriff, Washakie County SO 
Yellowstone Lake - Eliot Davis, District Park Ranger, National Park Service, Yellowstone Nat'l. 
Yellowstone Lake - Harry V. Reynolds, Jr. , Park Ranger, Yellowstone National Park 



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POSSESSIONS AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES 



Agana, Guam - Ted D. Brow n, Director of P ublic Safety, Island of Guam * 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone ^ [ Officer, Panama Canal Zone Police * 

Balboa Heights, Canal Zone - A. O. Meyer, Chief, Police and Fire Division, The Panama 

Canal (Retired) 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone - Jack F, Morris, Sergeant, Canal Zone Police 
Cairo, Egypt - Ahmed Ahmed Kamel, Colonel 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada - Malcolm J, Kent, Inspector, PD 
Gam boa. Canal Zone - Carl O. Baldwin, Captain -Deputy Warden, Panama Canal Zone 

Penitentiary (Retired) 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Samuel T. Burd, Detective Sergeant, PD 
Havana, Cuba - Andres Diaz Rojas, Major, Cuban National Police 



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Havana, Cuba - Orlando Garcia Iglesias, Captain, Cuban Army 
Hilo, Hawaii - George A. K. Martin, Asst. Chief of Police, County of Hawaii PD 
Kilo, Hawaii - Anthony R. Paul, Chief of Police, County of Hawaii PD 
Honolulu, Hawaii - Rgnald H. Barnng^r, CftPtain, PD 

Honolulu, Hawaii -| [Sergeant, PD * 

Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii - Edwin K. Crowell, Chief of Police, Kauai County PD 

London, England - Henry Arthur Leslie, Superintendent, Metropolitan PD, New Scotland 

Y ard (Retired) 

Philippines ^ i Phillppine Constabulary * 

Philippines - Celestino C. Juan, Congress of the Philippines 



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Manila, 
Manila, Philippines 



Manila, Philippines 

Manila, Philippines 

Manila, Philippines 

Manila, Philippines 



Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico 



Vivencio Bartolome Lazaro, Special Agent, National Bureau of Investigation, 
Republic of the Philippines 
Ambrosio Z. Lorenzo, Captain, PD 
Dominador Santos, Major, Chief of Inspection Bureau, PD 
Telesforo Tenorio, Colonel, Chief of Police, PD 

Francisco Agrava Villa, Special Agent, National Bureau of Investigation, 
Republic of the Philippines 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Leo Plouffe, Sergeant, PD 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada - J, R. Roche, Ju'dge, Court of the Session of the Peace 
New Westminister, British Columbia, Canada - Charles Arthur Mackie, Chief, PD 
Ottawa, Canada - Gerald Robert Engel, Inspector, Royal Canadian Mounted Police 
Ottawa, Canada - Douglas O. Forrest, Asst. Commissioner, Royal Canadian Mounted Police 
Ottawa, Canada - John F. Thrasher, Superintendent, Officer Commanding "O" Division, 
RCMP, Toronto 
Puerto Rico - Luis L, Ayendez, Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico (Retired) 
Astol Calero-Toledo, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Jorge Camacho-TorreSj, Major,, Police of Puerto Rico 
Israel Freytes -Alvarez., 1st Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Juan Gonzalez -Delgado, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Jose W. Hernandez Aquino, Captain, Office of the Inspector General, 
Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Antonio Hernandez -Navas, 1st Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Jacinto Hidalgo, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Rafael Irizarry-Velez, 1st Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Octavio Jimenez -Rosa, 1st Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Andres Lugo-Cay, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Ernesto Lugo-Mendez;, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - tomas Maldonado Cruz, Police Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Jesus Martino Martinez, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Salvador Mass Vinet, Assistant Director, Identification Division, Police 

of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Miguel Matos-Colon, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Jose A. Nazario, 2nd Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico (Retired) 
Puerto Rico - Alfred Ortiz-Aponte, 2nd Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Luis M. Perez, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Emilio Quinones Guardiola, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Jose A/ Rivera Hernandez, 1st Lieutenant, Chief of Detectives, 

Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Luis Rivera Rodriguez Special Agent, Special Investigations Unit, 

Treasury Department of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Mario Robles Cruz, Sergeant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Modesto Rodriguez Rosario, 2nd Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Salvador T. Roig, Co].onel, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Leandro Sanabria Cortes, Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - William Santana-Maiz, Lieutenant Colonel, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Benigno Soto-Rodriquez, Major, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Jose A. Vazquez Sanchez, 2nd Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 
Puerto Rico - Felix Vega-Valazquez, 2nd Lieutenant, Police of Puerto Rico 



San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 

San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 

San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 

San Juan 

San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 
San Juan 



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San Juan, Puerto Rico - Luis Velez-Feliciano, Chief of Correspondence Section, Field Operations' 

Office, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico - Julio Vigoreaux-Garcia, Captain, Inspector General, Police of Puerto Rico 
Santurce, Puerto Rico - Julio Olivieri Munoz, Special Agent, Office of Special Investigations, 

Bureau of N arcotics. Commonwealth Treasury Department 

Shanghai, China | Sergeant, Shanghai Municipal Police * 

St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada - James S. Anderson, Deputy Chief, PD 
Taipei, Taiwan, China - Zee She ng-Shee, Chief of Investigation Section, Public Procurator 

General* s Office 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Charles H. Cook. De tective Sergeant, PD 



Toronto, Ontario, Canada 



Inspector, PD * 



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Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Ric hard M. Gibson , Detective Sergeant, PD 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada - William McNeely, Detective Sergeant, Metropolitan Toronto PD 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada - George M. Sellar, Detective Sergeant, PD 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Rprnard O, Simmnndgj Detective Sergeant, PD 

Vancouver, B. C. , Canada ] Detective Sergeant, PD * 

Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii - Francis B. De Mello, Lieutenant of Identification, Maui County PD 

Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii - Jean R. Lane, Chief of Police, Maui County PD 

Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands West Indies - Michiel P. Gorsira, Lieutenant Governor, 

Chief of Police, Island of Curacao 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - George S. Blow, Asst. Chief Constable, PD 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - James S. Mulholland, Superintendent of Police, PD 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - James Toal, Inspector of Detectives, PD 



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FBI NA SESSIONS 



IstSession 
July 29 - October 19, 1935 

2nd Session 
January 6 - March 28, 1936 

3rd Session 
July 20 - October 19, 1936 

4th Session 
January 11 - April 3, 1937 

5th Session 
May 3 - July 24, 1937 

6th Session 
July 12 - October 2, 1937 

7th Session 
January 10 - April 2, 1938 

8th Session 
May 2 - July 23, 1938 

9th Session 
August 29 - November 19, 1938 

10th Session 
January 9 - April 1, 1939 

11th Session 
April 24 - July 8, 1939 

12th Session 
July 10 - September 30, 1939 

13th Session 
January 8 - March 30, 1940 

14th Session 
i^ril 15 - June 29, 1940 

15th Session 
July 15 - October 5, 1940 

16th Session 
January 6 - March 29, 1941 

17th Session 
April 7 - June 28, 1941 

18th Session 
July 21 - October 11, 1941 

19th Session 
April 20 - July 25, 1942 

20th Session 
July 27 - October 31, 1942 

21st Session 
January 4 - April 10, 1943 



22nd Session 
April 12- July 17, 1943 

23rd Session 
July 19 - October 23, 1943 

24th Session 
January 10 - April 15, 1944 

25th Session 
April 17 - July 22, 1944 

26th Session 
July 24 - October 28, 1944 

27th Session 
July 24 - October 28, 1944 

28th Session 
January 8 - April 14, 1945 

29th Session 
i^ril 16 - July 21, 1945 

30th Session 
July 23 - October 26, 1945 

31st Session 
January 7 - Msirch 29, 1946 

32nd Session 
April 8 - June 28, 1946 

33rd Session 
July 15 - October 4, 1946 

34th Session 
January 6 - March 28, 1947 

35th Session 
^ril 7 - June 27, 1947 

36th Session 
July 14 - October 3, 1947 

37th Session 
January 5 - March 26, 1948 

38th Session 
Aprn 5 - June 25, 1948 

39th Session 
July 12 - October 1, 1948 

40th Session 
January 10 - April 1, 1949 

41st Session 
April 11 - July 1, 1949 



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42nd Session 
July 11 - September 30, 1949 

43rd Session 
January 9 - March 31, 1950 

44th Session 
April 10 - June 30, 1950 

45th Session 
July 10 - September 29, 1950 

46th Session 
January 8 - March 30, 1951 

47th Session 
Aprn 9 - June 29, 1951 

48th Session 
August 27 - November 16, 1951 

49th Session 
March 17 - June 6, 1952 

50th Session 
August 25 - November 14, 1952 

51st Session 
March 23 - June 12, 1953 

52nd Session 
August 31 - November 20, 1953 

53rd Session 
March 22 - June 11, 1954 

54th Session 
August 30 - November 19, 1954 

55th Session 
March 21 - June 10, 1955 

56th Session 
August 29 - November 18, 1955 

57th Session 
March 19 - June 8, 1956 

58th Session 
August 27 - November 16, 1956 

59th Session 
March 18 - June 6, 1957 

60th Session 
August 19 - November 8, 1957 

61st Session 
March 17 - June 5, 1958 

62nd Session 
August 18 - November 6, 1958 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 



An asterisk (*) indicates that Graduate is no longer connected with any local, county or state Law 
Enforcement Agency. Agency listed is latest agency with which connected and is not necessarily the 
agency with which the Graduate was employed at the time he attended the National Academy. 

Number preceding name of Graduate indicates the Session attended. 



9 Abbott, Lawrence A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Springfield, Ohio 



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52 



45 



Detective, Washington County 

District Attorney' s Office 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

Abernethy, W. C, Jr. 

Sheriff 

Plumas County SO 

Quincy, California 

Abrahams, Reynold R. 
Deputy Sheriff, Dane 

County SO 
Madison, Wisconsin 



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41 



32 Abrams, Arthur 

Lieutenant, Bergen County PD 32 
Hackensack, New Jersey 

60 Acito, Frank J. 

Lieutenant, PD 59 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

59 Adair, Archie 

Chief Criminal Deputy 
Hillsborough County SO 31 

Tampa, Florida 

57 Adair, Clyde R. 

Detective Captain, PD 9 

Columbus, Georgia 

28 Adams, Arthur Frank 

Patrolman, PD 31 

Akron, Ohio 

58 Adams, B. W., Jr. 

Chief of Police, PD 60 

Grand Prairie, Texas 

59 Adams, Jesse C. 

Chief Deputy Sheriff 59 

Lancaster County SO 
Lancaster, South Carolina 



Captain, State Highway Patrol 
Denver, Colorado 

Adams, Melvin D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Florence, South Carolina 

Adams, William C. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Addison, Artie A. , Jr. 

Captain, PD 

Oak Ric^ge, Tennessee 

Addison, J. Floyd * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Moultrie, Georgia 

Adgate, Russell 
Chief of Police, PD 
Middletown, New York 

Agar, Wilson a 

Corporal 

Michigan State Police 

East Lansing, Mithigan 

Ahern, John D. (Retired) 

Captain, PD 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Ahern, Maurice (Retired) 

Sergeant, PD 

New Rochelle, New York 

Albright, George E. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Linden, New Jersey 

Alderman, Daniel H. , Jr. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Moultrie, Georgia 

Alderson, Edwin Bacon, Jr. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Jackson, Tennessee 



59 Alexander, Charles D. 
Patrolman, PD 
Mankato, Minnesota 



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Sergeant, PD 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 



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Special Investigator, 
Alcoholic Beverage 
Control Board 

Birmingham, Alabama 

59 Alexander, Monroe K. 
Patrolman, New Mexico 

State Police 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 

59 Alexander, Wiley C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Amarillo, Texas 



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Patrolman, PD 
Gallipolis, Ohio 

34 Allen, Edward J. 

Chief of Police, PD ** 
Santa Ana, California 

29 Allen, Floyd L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Johnson City, New York 

56 Allen, Herman W. 
Trooper 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

21 Allen, James H. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Jacksonville, Florida 

11 Allen, John D. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Highland Park, Michigan 



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19 Allen, Robert A. 
Asst. Director 
State Prison Department 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

47 Allen, S. * 
Sheriff 

Williamson County SO 
Georgetown, Texas 

49 Alley, J. T. , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock, Texas 

30 Allison, William Floyd 
Deputy Sheriff 
York County SO 
York, South Carolina 

55 Allison, William J. 
Detective, PD 
Galesburg, Illinois 

36 Altazin, Arthur Andrew 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

62 Althoff, George R. 
Detective, PD 
El Paso, Texas 

48 Altman, Clarence L. 
Sergeant, Division of Police 
Dayton, Ohio 

48 Alvarez, Kenneth Charles 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ocala, Florida 

1 Alvis, Ralph W. 
Warden, Ohio State 

Penitentiary 
Columbus, Ohio 

29 Amberger, Roger M. 
Criminal Investigator 
Naval Ammunition Depot 
Hawthorne, Nevada 

45 Ambrose, Wilbur Edward 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Escambia County SO 
Pensacola, Florida 

56 Ames, Edward M. 
Lieutenant, Santa Clara 

County SO 
San Jose, California 



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Deputy Sheriff 

Pike County SO 

Troy, Alabama 

30 Amnott, Roland Conrad 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lewiston, Maine 

28 Anderson, Alf red W. 
Inspector, PD 
Miami, Florida 

8 Anderson, Frank W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bay City, Michigan 



26 Andress, Ray M. (SA, FBI) 
Undersheriff, Madera 

County SO 
Madera, California 

26 Andrew, Charles Lawrence 
1st Sergeant 
Maryland State Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 

11 Andrews, Burton T. (Retired) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
St. Joseph, Missouri 

58 Andrews, Clay 
Detective, PD 
High Point, North Carolina 



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Anderson, Jack H. 










Sergeant, PD 


61 


Andrus, Ferris D. 






Great Falls, Montana 




Deputy Sheriff 

Salt Lake County SO 




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Anderson, James 0. 
Undersheriff 




Salt Lake City, Utah 






Pacific County SO 


46 


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Corporal, PD 

St. Louis, Missouri 


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36 Anderson, James S. 
Deputy Chilef , PD 
St. Catharines 
Ontario, Canada 

58 Anderson, Jonas Andrew 
Patrolman, PD 
Sumner, Washington 



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Deputy Sheriff 
Morgan Cctunty SO 
Jacksonville, Illinois 

Anderson, Kenneth W. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Scott County SO 
Davenportj Iowa 

Anderson, Peter A. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 



44 Apfelbeck, Charles P. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant 
U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 

15 Arbogast, Merle (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Bloomington, Illinois 

52 Archer, Cecil Lee 
Chief of Police, PD 
Puyallup, Washington 



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35 



Virginia Alcohol Control Board 
Hampton, Virginia 

Armoiu*, Claude A. 

Vice Mayor & Commissioner 

of Fire and Police 
Memphis, Tennessee 



30 Anderson, Ray L. (Retired) 47 Armstrong, Reece L. * 



Chief of Police, PD 
Wichita, Kansas 

Anderson, Walter F. 
Director, State Bureau 

of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



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Chief Deputy Sheriff 
McMinn County SO 
Athens, Tennessee 

Armstrong, William E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Baltimore, Maryland 



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39 Arnett, J. T. (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant 

Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery J Alabama 

44 Arnold, Eugene C. 
Inspector of Deputies 
Hennepin County SO 
Minneatpolis, Minnesota 

44 Arrighi, Shirley S. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

41 Arthur, Darwin M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
AltaVista, Virginia 

54 Ascher, John B. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Dlinois 

62 Ashcraft, Forrest F. , Jr. 
Detective, PD 
Davenport, Iowa 

46 Ashenhust, Paul Harvey 
Inspector, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

41 Ashmore, V. L. 
Alcohol Tax Agent 
State Tax Commission 
Greenville, South Carolina 

59 Asker, Jimmie L. 
Sergeant, PD 
Lewiston, Idaho 

50 Atkins, Ernest R. 
Captain, PD 
Augusta, Georgia 



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Deputy sneriii 
Dillon County SO 
Dillon, South Carolina 

61 Atkinson, Harry Eugene 
Captain 

U. S. Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C. 

61 Auborn, Gordon O. 
Captain 

Multnomah Comity SO 
Portland, Oregon 



8 Austin, Dale 

Superintendent, Identification 
Biureau, Saginaw County SO 
Saginaw, Michigan 

36 Austin, Dorris W. , Jr. 
Fulton County Probation 

Officer 
Atlanta, Georgia 

55 Avant, James H. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Corpus Chris ti, Texas 

19 Avera, Clarence L. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Chambers County SO 
Shawmut, Alabama 

34 Avery, Leonard V. 

Asst. Supt. , Youth Service 
Board, Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts 
Boston, Massachusetts 

34 Awtrey, Clyde M. 
Lieutenant 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 



36 Bacon, John Edward 
Lieutenant, PD 
Richmond, California 

59 Badger, Carl James 
Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 



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Patrolman, PD 
Smyrna, Georgia 

39 Bagwell, William D. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Gainesville, Georgia 

57 Bailey, Herman T. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

61 Baker, Earl Cleveland, Sr. 
Detective, PD 
Huntsville, Alabama 



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Colonel, Director 
Kentuclqr Highway Patrol 
Frankfort, Kentucky 





40 Baker, Lee W. 




42 Ayendez, Luis L» (Retired) 


Captain, PD 


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Fresno, California 


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San Juan, Puerto Rico 


62 Baker, LeGrand J. 





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Deputy Marshal, PD 
Rolla, Missouri 

33 Aylward, Andrew T. 
Major, PD 
St. Louis, Missouri 

33 Baber, James William 
Captain, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 



12 Baca, Cleo Eugene 33 

Staff Asst. , Physical Security 
Standards Branch, Division 
of Security, U. S. Atomic 
Energy Commission 54 

Washington, D. C. 



Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Provo, Utah 

33 Baker, Linsey Loyd * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Holbrook, Arizona 



42 Back, Carl L. 
Patrolman 

Arizona Highway Patrol 
Phoenix, Arizona 



Baldwin, Carl O. (Retired) 
Captain, Deputy Warden 
Panama Canal Zone 

Penitentiary 
Gamboa, Canal Zone 

Baldwin, G. E. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Miami, Florida 

Bales, Howard E. 
Patrolman, PD 
Meadville, Pennsylvania 



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Captain, PD 
Findlay, Ohio 



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• 50 Ball, Oliver E. 
Sergeant, PD 
Fort Worth, Texas 



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Patrolman, PD 
Marinette, Wisconsin 



57 Barceline, Fred D. 
Captain, PD 
Caristadt, New Jersey 

30 Barker, Clyde 
Deputy Sheriff 
Mississippi County SO 
Blytheville, Arkansas 



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Criminal Identification 
Officer, Barnstable 
County SO 

Barnstable, Massachusetts 

59 Barker, Hubert T. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Conway, South Darolina 



patrolman 
Norfolk County PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

60 Barkley, Glvens H- 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hobbs, New Mexico 



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Patrolman, PD 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



10 Barlow, William O. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Jefferson County SO 
Golden, Colorado 

35 Barnard, Charles Mathew 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Superior, Wisconsin 



37 



57 



47 



59 



59 



56 



60 



31 



Barnes, John F. 51 

Inspector of Detectives, PD 
Omaha, Nebraska 

Barnes, S. Buford 

Detective, PD 42 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Barnes, Sidney B. , Jr. 

Chief of Police, PD 41 

Savannah, Georgia 

Barnett, Bill James 
Lieutenant 33 

Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Barnett, Bill R. 60 

Chief of Police, PD 
Evendale, Ohio 

Barnett, Francis L. 36 

Chief of Police, PD 
Roseville, California 

Barnett, William F. 30 

Chief, Bureau of Identification 
Sonoma County SO 
Santa Rosa, California 



52 



24 



34 



54 



Major, Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



Barrett, Daniel F. 
Inspector, Highway 

Safety Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Barrett, Forbes (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Mariia, California 

Barrett, Wallace C. 
Patrolman, PD 
Town of Carmel 
Mahopac, New York 

Barrii^er, Ronald H. 
Captain, PD 
Honolulu, Hawaii 

Barron, Rondle E. 
Special Investigator 
Deputy Solicitor's Office 
Bessemer, Alabama 



53 



41 



36 



61 



29 Barnes, Herbert 
U. S. Marshal 
District of Delaware 
Wilmington, Delaware 



40 



Zone Chief Investigator 
Suffolk County District 

Attorney* s Office 
Riverhead, New Yoi:k 



46 



26 



Barry, John O. 

Agent, Bureau of Criminal 

Apprehension 
St. Paul, Minnesota 

Barry, Leo P. 
Captain, PD 
Troy, New York 

Barry, Michael P. 

Captain, PD 

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

Bart, Douglas C. 
Detective, PD 
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 

Bartels, Alvin E. 

Captain, PD 

Miles City, Montana 

Bartholomew, Ulis Taft 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

Bartkowiak, Alfred F. 
Captain of Detectives 
Lucas County SO b6 

Toledo, Ohio b7C 

Bartleson, Edward H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bellingham, Washington 

Barton, John Joseph (Retired) 
Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Baskin, Mortimer H. 
Undersheriff 
Maricopa County SO 
Phoenix, Arizona 

Bass, Gerald H. 
Chief of Patrol 
Bay County Sheriff's 

I>epartment 
Panama City, Florida 

Bass, Lucius Herbert 

Sergeant 

Georgia State Patrol 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Bassett, Fred J. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Livingston, Montana 



69 



52 Basting, Alvin J. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 

52 Bateman, Edward H. 
Chief of Police 
Newtown Borough PD 
Newtown, Pennsylvania 

6 Bates, Meade K. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mansfield, Ohio 



25 Beattie, Homer G. (Retired) 61 Bellon, Charles R. 
Captain, PD Captain, PD 

Colorado Springs, Colorado Ketchikan, Alaska 



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Captain, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

54 Baudoin, Chester C. 
Chief Criminal Deputy 
St, Mary Parish SO 
Franklin, Louisiana 

9 Bauer, Edward O., Jr. 
Traffic Supervisor, PD 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

21 Bauer, Eugene 
chief of Police 
Morristown, New Jersey 

43 Bayer, Willie 

Senior Asst. Chief of Police, 

PD 
Beaumont, Texas 

32 Baxter, Stanley K. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Lakewood, Ohio 

52 Bayliss, Andrew E. 
Lieutenant 

Arlington County PD 
Arlii^ton, Virginia 

49 Beard, Malcolm Elmore 
Constable, District #1, 

Hillsborough County 
Tampa, Florida 

43 Beard, Ralph M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pittsburg, Kansas 

61 Beardslee, Edward D. 
Captain, PD 
Enid, Oklahoma 



53 Beave, William Paul 
Adult Probation Officer 
Lancaster County 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

43 Beckman, Dan F. 
Lieutenant 
South Carolina Law 

Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

49 Beedie, William Evans, Jr. 
Detective, PD 
South Norfolk, Virginia 

37 Beeler, James R, * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Maryville, Tennessee 

51 Begner, Maurice K. 

Inspector, Chicago Park 

District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 

61 BeKield, Orville D. 
Captain, PD 
Joliet, Illinois 

41 Belflower, Richard L. * 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

32 Belknap, WiUis 
Chief of Police, PD 
Humboldt, Iowa 

61 Bell, Edward J. 
Captain, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

61 Bell, W. Lloyd 
Undersheriff 
Clark County SO 
Las Vegas, Nevada 

39 Bell, Walter E. , Jr. 
Captain 

Arlington County PD 
Arlington, Virginia 

49 Bellamy, Hoyt C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 



60 



42 



46 



59 



50 



42 



56 



10 



43 



58 



15 



48 



28 



Benefiel, Ralph 
Chief of Police, PD 
Longview, Washir^ton 

Benjamin, Robert (Retired) 
Detective Sergeant 
New Jersey State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

Bennett, Ben A. 
County Commissioner 
Precinct #3 
Robstown, Texas 

Bennett, Edward J. 
Patrol Lieutenant, PD 
Topeka, Kansas 

Bennett, Robert Lee 
Lieutenant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Bennett, Wayne Wilson 
Chief of Police, PD 
Edina, Minnesota 

Benson, Clarence H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Waynesboro, Virginia 

Benson, Robert J. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ridgef ield Park, New Jersey 

Bentzen, Frank D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Visalia, California 

Benway, Alvin L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Bartlesville, Oklahoma 

Berg, James C, 

Deputy Superintendent, PD 

Detroit, Michigan 



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Bergan, Edward L. 
Detective Lieutenant, 
South Bend, Indiana 



PD 



Berglund, Harry (SA, FBI) 
Criminal Deputy Sheriff 
Hennepin County SO 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 



70 



14 



Patrolman, PD 
Fresno, California 



Deputy Slieritt 
Lafourche Parish SO 
Thibodaux, Louisiana 

43 Berrum, T. R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Reno, Nevada 

38 Berry, Delbert E, 
Inspector, PD 
Norfolk, Virginia 



36 Bigham, James Dean 
Identification Officer, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 

47 Billings, Lloyd A., Jr. * 
Sheriff, Johnson County SO 
Olathe, Kansas 

15 Bingold, August J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Winona, Minnesota 

49 Birch, Philip W. 
Investigator 
U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 



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62 Berry, Ellis O. 53 

Wildlife Protection Supervisor 
California Department of Fish 

and Game 
San Francisco, California 62 



44 Berry, Varreece 
police and Fire 
Commissioner 
Pasadena, Texas 



25 Berryman, William 
Sheriff 

Mississippi County SO 
Blytheville, Arkansas 

45 Betz, Martin O. 
City Marshal 
Portsmouth, N. H. 

33 Beynon, Orris C. 

Inspector of Patrol, PD 
Tampa, Florida 

35 Bibbo, John A. (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 
Newton, Massachusetts 

46 Bidwell, Andrew G. 
Criminal Investigator 
Indian Service 

U. S. Dept. of Interior 
Muscogee, Oklahoma 

20 Bidwell, Harold R. * 

Sheriff, Madison County SO 
London, Ohio 



22 



57 



38 



48 



58 



16 



Bird, Theodore Calvin 
Police Captain, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Birmes, H. C. 
Detective Lieutenant 
St. Louis County PD 
Clayton, Missouri 

Bishop, Robert Joseph 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Eastchester, New York 

Bivens, James Robert 
Sergeant, PD 
Tulsa, Okliihoma 

Bivins, O. K, 

Director, State Bureau of 

Investigation 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Bjork, William E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Moses Lake, Washington 

Black, Edgar E. (Retired) 
Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Vincennes, Indiana 

Black, James S. 

Sheriff, Washakie County SO 

Worland, Wyoming 

Black, Joseiph R. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lovington, New Mexico 



Detective, PD 
Anniston, Alabama 

43 Blackmon, Howard Benjamin 
Lieutenant, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 

32 Blackmore, John R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
San Jose, California 

26 Blackwell, Leo D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Griffin, Georgia 



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Patrolman, PD 
Warren, Pennsylvania 



25 Blackburn, George * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Columbia, Missouri 



Lieutenant 

Rhode Island State Police 

Providence, Rhode Island 

36 Blake, Edward F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Boston, Massachusetts 

29 Blakely, William B. j^g 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD '-^^^ 
Clinton, South Carolina 

41 Blakeney, Excell E. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Jackson County SO 
Pascagoula, Mississippi 

19 Blakeney, Jack L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Laguna Beach, California 

51 Blakney, Leonard D. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock, Texas 

35 Blancher, Albert Philip * 
Deputy Chief, PD 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

11 Bland, Frank 
Sheriff 

San Bernardino County SO 
San Bernardino, California 

6 Blankenship, Ray Owen (Ret. ) 
Identification Officer, PD 
North Little Rock, Arkansas 

36 Blanton, Robert Lawton 
Sergeant, PD 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee , 



71 



58 


Blanton, Rufus Coleman, Jr, 
Lieutenant, PD 
Jacksonville, Florida 


48 


Boles, Billee Clyde 
Lieutenant, PD 
Ontario, California 


49 


Borden, Miles S. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Smithtown, New York 


53 


Blasczak, Raymond V. 

Sergeant, PD 

Jersey City, New Jersey 


25 


Bolger, Anthony J. 
Captain of Inspectors, PD 
Oakland, California 


43 


Bor dwine, C. N. 
Sheriff, Washington Count 
Abingdon, Virginia 



49 Blevins, John O. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Marysville, California 

37 Blow, George S. 

Asst. Chief Constable 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

18 Blue, Edward L. * 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Gulfport, Mississippi 

40 Bluford, John R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Maryville, Tennessee 

2 Boatright, Earl C. (Ret.) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

41 Bodziak, Walter 
Chief of Police 
Neville Island PD 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

2 Bogasch, E. P. 
Inspector, PD 
San Antonio, Texas 

60 Bohardt, Paul H. 
Captain, PD 
Tucson, Arizona 

61 Boldin, Charles Maxwell 
Lieutenant 

Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

62 Bolejack, Emory J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Martinsville, Virginia 

31 Bolen, Charles C. 
Detective, PD 
Alexandria, Louisiana 

46 Bolerjack, Dean 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mishawaka, Indiana 



52 Boling, Or en E. 
Captain, PD 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

31 BoUii^er, Sam 
Chief of Police, PD 
Jacksonville, Texas 

13 Boma, Williams. 
Captain, PD 
LaCrosse, Wisconsin 

62 Bonaccorsy, Nunzio 
Captain 

Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 



34 



48 



49 



34 



41 



35 



47 



32 



Asst. District Attorney 

Bexar County 

San Antonio, Texas 

Bond, Ralph Robert 
Chief of Police, PD 
Merced, California 

Bond, WiUiam J. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wallace, Idaho 

Bonforte, Rocco N. 
Commissioner of Police, PD 
Long Branch, New Jersey 



59 Borkowski, Ignatius A. 
Detective, Bureau of Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

31 Bornhoffer, Frank G. 
Captain, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

22 Bosch, Nick, Jr. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
St. Louis, Missouri 

25 Boswell, Edward B. 
Asst. Security Officer 
National Advisory 

Committee for Aeronautics 
Lai^ley Air Force Base, Va. 

22 Bounds, Orville T. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Centralia, Illinois 



37 



57 



Deputy Constable, 2nd District,35 

St. Louis County 
Clayton, Missouri 

Boone, Monte Wilson 

Chief of Police, PD 

Mount Airy, North Carolina 7 

Booth, Billy Joe 

Captain, Louisiana State Police 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 56 

Booz, Philip F. 

Chief, Hamilton Township PD 

Trenton, New Jersey 



Bourn, Ralph R. 
Weapons Instructor 
Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

Boustead, Thomas P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Rockford, Illinois 

Bowen, Stanley R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Redlands, California 

Bowers, J. G. 

Chief, Detective & Crime 

Prevention Bureau 
Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles, California 

Bowery, Leroy E. * 
Chief of Police 
Wichita, Kansas 

Bowes, Joe D. , Jr. 
Patrolman, PD 
Amarillo, Texas 



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48 Bowler, Edward F. 
Sergeant, PD 
Winchester, Massachusetts 



56 



56 Bowles, Grady H. 

Captain, Alabama Department 31 

of Public Safety 
Montgomery, Alabama 



21 



32 



Deputy Sheriff 
Yellowstone County SO 
Billings, Montana 



29 Bowman, Kenneth T. (Retired) 38 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lafayette, Indiana 



61 Boyce, LelandC. 
Sergeant, PD 
El Paso, Texas 

33 Boyd, Harvey F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Poughkeepsie, New York 

35 Boylan, John P, 
Detective, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 

58 Boyle, Walter p. 
Patrolman, PD 
Carmel, California 



60 



48 



61 



22 Boyles, Raymond W. (Retired) 43 
Colonel, Superintendent 
West Virginia State Police 
Charleston, West Virginia 



53 Brace, Eugene M. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Jefferson County SO 
Golden, Colorado 

42 Braden, Glen W. 

Sheriff, Moultrie County SO 
Sullivan, Illinois 

61 Bradford, John Roe, Jr. 
Captain 
New Mexico State Police 

Santa Fe, New Mexico 

34 Bradford, Paul F. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 



36 



32 



54 



16 



62 



Bradley, Felix A., Jr. 
Lieutenant 

Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

Bradley, James E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Dansville, New York 



54 



30 



Bradley, William J* 
Montgomery County Probation 

and Parole Department 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 45 

Bradshaw, James F. , Jr. * 
Asst. Director, North 

Carolimi Bureau of 

Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 30 

Bragg, Albert J. 

Lieutenant, PD 

Savannah, Georgia 52 

Brain, Ralph 

Chief of F^olxce, Borough of 

Pleasant Hills PD 25 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Brake, Bennie Eugene 
Investigator 58 

Richmond County SO 
Augusta, iGrCorgia 

Brake, JohnR. 

Captain, PD 47 

WaukegaUj, Illinois 

Brandon, James E* 

Captain, PD 

Boise, Idaho 54 

Brandt, August P, 
Superintendent, Department 

of Territorial Police 29 

Juneau, Alaska 

Brandt, John A. 

Chief of Police, PD 21 

Two Rivers, Wisconsin 

Brantner, Wayne R. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 37 

Ponca City, Oklahoma 

Braschler, John 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lansing, Illinois 



Brazelton, Robert F. 
Chief of police, PD 
Fairway, Kansas 

Brebner, Alex 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lake Forest, Illinois 

Breech, Harold B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Yuma, Arizona 

Breedlove, Gerald W. 
Investigator, Provost 
Marshal's Division 
Redstone Arsenal 
Huntsville, Alal>ama 

Breen, Joseph P. 

Captain, PD 

Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Brencher, P. Edmund b6 
Chief of Police, PD b7C 

Darien, Connecticut 

Brennan, Daniel J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

Brennan, Paul J. 
Chief of Police 
Warminster Township PD 
Warminster, Pennsylvania 

Brett, Eugene C. (Retired) 
Captain, Town of 
Greenburgh PD 
White plains, New York 

Breul, Fred J, 
Detective, PD 
Glendale, Wisconsin 

Brewer, Howard G. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Rockford, Illinois 

Brewster, John F. 

Lieutenant, PD 

Jersey City, New Jersey 

Bridges, Russell H. 
Chief Criminal Investigator 
Jefferson County SO 
Beaumont, Texas 



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35 Bridgham, William T. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Keene, New Hampshire 

36 Brierly, Jack 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Oakland, California 

31 Brigham, Herbert D. 
Lieutenant 

State Highway Patrol 
Jefferson City, Missouri 

22 Brindley, Joe Benjamin 
Captain, PD 
Des Moines, Iowa 

30 Brink, Raymond E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chatham, New Jersey 

46 Brisendine, James E. 
Night Desk Sergeant, PD 
Winslow, Arizona 

9 Bristow, Raleigh D. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Owensboro, Kentucky 

48 Britt, Mack Grant 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bradenton, Florida 

39 Britton, H. G. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



25 



57 



22 



18 



61 



53 



29 



31 



35 



35 



Patrolman 

Kentucky State Highway Patrol 62 

Frankfort, Kentucky 

51 Britton, William P, 

Staff Inspector, PD 43 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

48 Brodhead, William A. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 54 

Reno, Nevada 

19 Brooks, Leslie H. * 

Chief of Police, PD 37 

Dublin, Virginia 

1 Broom, Claude (Retired) 

Inspector, PD 39 

Detroit, Michigan 



Lieutenant Colonel, Chief 

Inspector, PD 
St. Louis, Missouri 

Broughton, Robert G. 
Detective, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia. 

Broussard, George Leslie * 
Superintendent of Police, PD 
Houma, Louisiana 

Brower, J. Bailey (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Hannibal, Missouri 

Brower, Robert W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
The Dalles, Oregon 

Brown, C. Kenneth 

Lieutenant 

South Carolina Law 

Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Brown, Charles E. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Brown, Charles E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Richmond, California 

Brown, Clifton James 
Chief of Police, PD 
South Pasadena, California 

Brown, Edward Herman 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Brown, Edward Pearson 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 

Brown, Ernest T. 
Sergeant, Inspector, PD 
Warwick, Rhode Island 

Brown, Everett J. 
Captain, PD 
Lancaster, Ohio 

Brown, Francis Arthur 
Deputy Sheriff 
Barnstable County SO 
Barnstable, Massachusetts 



20 I I* 

Deputy snerm, san Luis 

Obispo County SO 
San Luis Obispo, California 

34 Brown, Hugh D. 
Captain, PD 
East Point, Georgia 

36 Brown, I. G. 

Colonel, U. S, Air Force 
Washington, D. C. 

36 Brown, James Franklin 
Superintendent, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

49 Brown, Loren L, 
Lieutenant 

San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton, California 

40 Brown, Lozier R. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 

58 Brown, Neil Gates 
Inspector of Detectives 
Tampa, Florida 

34 Brown, Perry E. 
Superintendent, Mammoth 

Cave National Park 
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky 

35 Brown, Phil M. 

Sheriff, Iroquois County SO 
Watseka, Illinois 

40 Brown, Phil M. 
Captain, PD 
Glendale, California 

61 Brown, Raymond C. 
Sergeant of Police, PD 
Oakland, California 

59 Brown, Raymond J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Franklin, Pennsylvania 

55 Brown, Robert D. 
Captain 

Muscogee County PD 
Columbus, Georgia 



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45 Brown, Ted D. * 

Director of Public Safety 
Island of Guam 
Agana, Guam 



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Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Jackson, Mississippi 

52 Brownfield, Harold A. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Detroit, Michigan 

49 Brownlee, Harold F. 
Captain, Chief of 
Detectives, PD 
": Asheville, North Carolina 

26 Broyles, James Monroe 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

14 Bruback, George E. (Retired) 
Detective, Bureau of Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

53 Brueggeman, Oliver J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Richmond Heights, Missouri 

33 Bruhl, Paul Joseph 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Burlington, Iowa 

14 Bryan, Charles E. 
Captain, PD 
Wilmington, Delaware 

58 Bryan, George K. 
Sergeant 

Princess Anne County PD 
Princess Anne, Virginia 

, 47 Bryant, Allen C. 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

56 Bryant, Norman L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Beatrice, Nebraska 

43 Bryant, W. E., Jr. * 
Sheriff 

Darlington County SO 
Darlington, South Carolina 

28 Buchinsky, Julius (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Binghamtbn, New York 



59 Buckley, David J. 
Patrolman, PD 
East Hampton Town, N. Y. 

37 Bucklin, Robert, Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
University Heights, Ohio 



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41 Burgess, Harold Wilson 
Captain 

Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

59 Burgess, Herbert T. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Warrensville Heights, Ohio 



Detective Sergeant, PD 
Sioux City, Iowa 

29 Buhman, Raymond J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Alhambra., California 

30 BuUach, Melville E. 
Inspector, PD 
Detroit, Michigan 

53 BuUard, Lewis T. 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Atlanta, Greorgia 

48 Bumpass, Eugene L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Altus, Oklahoma 

56 Burbank, Thomas D. 
Lt. Colonel, Asst. Supt. 
Louisiana State Police 
Baton RougC;^ Lcxiisiana 

8 Burch, McLaurin (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Florence, South Carolina 

62 Burch, Wiilter A. 
Inspector, PD 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

51 Burd, Samuel T, 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 

60 Burel, John Lewis 
Sergeant, PD 
Gainesville, Georgia 

57 Burgen, Stephen T, 
Detective, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 

19 Burger, Robert H. 

Deputy, Weld County SO 
Greeley, Colorado 



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Sergeant, PD 
Salem, Oregon 

30 Burk, BoydF., Jr. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Akron, Ohio 



29 



Detective, PD 
Ogden, Utah 



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47 Burke, Edward A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bellows Falls, Vermont 

32 Burke, Edward C. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
St, Joseph, Missouri 

57 Burke, Thomas C. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Greenwich, Connecticut 

62 Burkhart, Robert M. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Albany, Oregon 

38 Burks, WiUiam F. 

Asst. Identification Officer 
Hamilton County SO 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

35 Burleson, Orville 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

3 Burmeister, Charles O. (Ret. ) 
Detective, PD 
Madison, Wisconsin 

34 Burnett, Eugene R. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Granite City, Illinois 

42 Burnley, William C, Jr. 
Detective Captain, PD 
Greenville, Mississippi 



75 



59 


Burns, Donnie M. , Jr. 


17 


Butler, B. H. 


40 


Cahill, John Joseph 




Detective Lieutenant, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Sheriff 




Newport News, Virginia 




Dalton, Georgia 




Beltrami County SO 


36 


Burns, Robert Emmett * 
Sheriff, Adams County SO 


48 




57 


Bemidji, Minnesota 


1 1* 




Patrolman 


Cairns, Benjamin F. 




Natchez, Mississippi 




Wyoming Highway Patrol 
Laramie, ^^^oming 

Butler, Kenneth P. 




Chief of Police 

Upper Gwynedd Township PD 


29 




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52 




West Point, Pennsylvania 


patrolman, PD 








West Lafayette, Indiana 




Chief of Police, PD 
Ellensburg, Washii^ton 


31 


Calero -Toledo, Astol 
Captain 


38 


Burns, William John 








Police of Puerto Rico 




Chief of Detectives, PD 


57 


Butts, Eugene V. 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 




Galveston, Texas 




Detective, PD 












Terre Haute, Indiana 


50 


Calhoun, Paul B. 


30 


Burnworth, Norman C. (Ret.) 








Chief of Police, PD 




Captain, Director of 


15 


Byers, Charles T. (SA, FBI) 




Greensboro, North Carolina 




Training, Indiana State 




Detective 








Police 




Haverford Township PD 


29 


Callahan, William J. 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




Havertown, Pennsylvania 




Chief of Police, PD 


32 


Burrow, Willie L. 


26 






Athol, Massachusetts 


1 h 






Chief of Police, PD 




Investigator, Hancock 


2 


Callan, George D. (Retired) 




Franklin, Virginia 




County SO 
New Cumberland, W. Va. 




Captain, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 


25 


Burt, J. Loyd * 












Sheriff, McPherson County SO 28 


Byers, William M. * 


48 


Calvert, Milton Milus 




Mcpherson, Kansas 




Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Polk County SO 




Captain, PD 
Waco, Texas 


50 


Burton, John 




Des Moines, Iowa 








Detective Lieutenant, PD 






45 


Calvert, William D. 




Flint, Michigan 


13 


Byrd, Glenn Winston 
Justice of the Peace 




Detective, Kentucky 
State Police 


38 


Busato, Angelo 
Chief of Police, PD 




Dallas County 
Dallas, Texas 




Frankfort, Kentucky 




Renton, Washington 






32 


Camacho-Torres, Jorge 


23 




ddwell 


46 


Cable, Harry H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Salida, Colorado 




Major, Police of Puerto Rico 


1^ 


San Juan, Puerto Rico 


Deputy Sheriff, d 






County SO 






39 


Cameron, Dougal Harvey 




Lenoir, North Carolina 


5 


Cacace, William 
Chief of Police, PD 




Captain, United States 
Marine Corps 


12 


Busick, Arthur A. * 
Chief of Police, PD 




Alpine, New Jersey 




Washington, D. C, 




Flat Rock, Michigan 


60 


Caffey, Ray R, 
Deputy Sheriff 


19 


Ca.mpbell, Clinton J. (Ret, ) 
Lieutenant 


19 


Butcher, Earl W. (Retired) 




Bolivar County SO 




New Jersey State Police 




Chief of Police, PD 




Cleveland, Mississippi 




Trenton, New Jersey 




Atlantic City, New Jersey 














33 


Caffrey, Paul V. 


51 


Campbell, David P. 


59 


Butcher, Stanley D. (Retired) 




Deputy Chief, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Newark, New Jersey 




Norwalk, Connecticut 




Salt Lake City, Utah 














34 


Cahill, Edward D. 


41 


Campbell, Edward M. 


59 


Butler, Alex L. 




Chief of Police, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Patrolman, PD 




Braintree, Massachusetts 




Hartford, Connecticut 




Thomasville, Georgia 











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76 



59* Campbell, Garfield J. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Detroit, Michigan 



61 



35 Campbell, Robert D. 

Chief Adult Probation Officer 30 
Summit County Probation 

Department 
Akron, Ohio 

37 
24 Canady, George E. 

Special Agent, North Carolina 

Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 42 



37 Canlis, Michael N, 
Undersheriff 
San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton, California 

60 Cannon, Clarence E. 
Detective, PD 
Columbia, South Carolina 

14 Cantrell, AldenC. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

50 Cappel, Marshall T. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Rapides Parish SO 
Alexandria, Louisiana 



47 



41 



59 



31 



Captain, Davidson County SO 
Nashville, Tennessee 



60 Carey, James P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Muncie, Indiana 

22 Cariker, Jess Lee 
Chief of Police 
Odessa, Texas 



Sergeant, PD 

Los Alamos, New Mexico 

Carlisle, John Lewis 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Shelby County SO 
Memphis, Tennessee 

Carlson, Eric 
Chief of Police, PD 
Red Wing, Minnesota 



Carnes, James E. 
Corporal, Department of 
Public Safety of Georgia 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Carpenter, Francis Leonard 
Chief of Police, PD 
San Gabriel, California 

Carpenter, Lester J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ambler., Pennsylvania 

Carr, Grordon McKee 
Major, Caddo Parish SO 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



36 [ 



26 



24 



48 



33 



34 



Investigator, Florida State 

Beverage Department 
Tampa, Florida 

Carr, Oscar Thomas * 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Tupelo, Mississippi 

Carr, Thomas E. (Retired) 

Chief of Police, PD 

New Bedford, Massachusetts 



Sergeant, New Jersey 

State Police 
Trenton., New Jersey 

Carroll, James Gerard 

Captain, PD 

Brookline, Massachusetts 

Carroll, James L, 
Security Administrator 
Army Biillistics Missile 

Agency, Redstone Arsenal 
HuntsvilLe, Alabama 



7 Carroll, Joseph T. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

58 Carr on, Arthur J. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Burlington, Vermont 

55 Car ten, Joseph R. 
Sergeant, PD 
Stratford,^ Connecticut 



38 Carter, Henry C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Winston-Salem, N. C- 

24 Carter, Morris J. 
Member, Board of 
Correction, Indiana State 
Department of Public 
Welfare 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



Deputy Sheriff 
Rockingham County SO 
Spray, North Carolina 

61 Caruthers, Samuel B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Naples, Florida 

32 Casady, C. Clayton 
Captain, PD 
Ottumwa, Iowa 

28 Case, Harvey Marcus 

Chief of Police, PD 

LaVerne, California b6 

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58 Case, Lewis Robert 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 

Oak Park, Illinois 

22 Casey, Andrew J. 

Director of Public Safety 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

56 Casey, Charles Dexter * 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Aberdeen, Maryland 

53 Casey, James C. 
Capt^n, PD 
Norwich, Connecticut 

18 Cash, James L. 
Detective, PD 
Oxford, North Carolina 

56 Cashatt, James W. 
Patrolman, PD 
Birmingham, Alabama 



12 Cassady, R. G. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Lake County SO 
Tavares, Florida 



77 



17 Cassens, Rudolph F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Pierce, Florida 

62 Castaneda, Claudio 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mercedes, Texas 



10 [ 



Captain, State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



29 



59 



37 



liieutenanc 
Department of Safety 
State of Tennessee 
Nashville, Tennessee 

Cate, Millard N. 

Lieutenant 

South Carolina Law 

Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Caudle, Arlyss Franklin 
Captain of Identification, PD 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



37 Caughley, James Kerlin 
Inspector, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

54 Cauthen, William R. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Columbia, South Carolina 

36 Cavers, George R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fairmont, Minnesota 

34 Cecere, Anthony L. 

Chief County Investigator 
Ontario County District 

Attorney's Office 
Canandaigua, New York 

41 Cecil, Russell E. (SA, FBI) 
Sheriff, Gooding County SO 
Gooding, Idaho 

49 Cerrone, Joseph P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Johnstown, New York 

51 Chafey, Merritt N. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Prescott, Arizona 



50 Chaffee, Raymond 
Captain, PD 
Stratford, Connecticut 

61 Chamberlain, Kenneth B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

14 Chambers, William E. 
Captain, Public Safety 
Service, Tennessee Valley 
Authority 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

51 Champlin, Charles P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Medford, Oregon 

30 Chandler, Marion Cecil 
Chief of Police, PD 
York, South Carolina 

21 Chatham, William James 
Chief of Police, PD 
Salisbury, Maryland 

62 Chausse, Joseph G. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lockport, New York 

56 Cheavens, Paul B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Columbia, Missouri 

58 Chennault, Joe Young 
Lieutenant 
Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

5 Chiles, Darrel H. * 

Director of Personnel, PD 
Kansas City, Missouri 

60 Chimenti, Armand J. 

Sergeant, Bureau of Police 
Erie, Pennsylvania 

31 Chisholm, James P. 
Sergeant, PD 
Wellesley, Massachusetts 



3[ 



Patrolman 

Kansas Highway Patrol 

Topeka, Kansas 



7 I I* 

unairman, puDiic yaiety 

Department 
Cedar City, Utah 

22 Christian, Stanley M. (Ret.) 
Sheriff, Lake County SO 
Waukegan, Illinois 



30 [ 



Detective, PD 
Miami, Florida 

61 Christiansen, Farold B. 
Sergeant, PD 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

30 Christopherson, Palmer L. 
Justice of the Peace 
Kalispell, Montana 

58 Church, C. Kenneth 
Lieutenant, PD 
Rome, New York 



25 [ 



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Door county Higiiway Patrol 
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin 

34 Churchill, Winston T. (SA,FBI) 
Special Investigator, State b6 

Liquor Control Commission b7C 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

26 Ciliberti, Frank Anthony (Ret. ) 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Yonkers, New York 

9 Clamp, Parker R. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Anderson, South Carolina 

31 Clapp, Russell O, 
Superintendent 
Indiana Boys* School 
Plainfield, Indiana 

26 Clark, Arthur V. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Raymond, Washington 

59 Clark, Bernard J. 
Captain 

Riverside County SO 
Riverside, California 



78 



3' Clark, E. P. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, Major 
State Highway Patrol 
Jefferson City, Missouri 

43 Clark, Howard H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Larkspur, California 

15 Clark, James A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Butte, Montana 

54 Clark, James L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lemoyne, Pennsylvania 



28 



Patrolman, PD 
Lockland, Ohio 



61 Clark, Louis J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 

38 Clark, Louis W. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Jasper, Alabama 

56 Clark, Robert J. 
Director 

Nevada Highway Patrol 
Carson City, Nevada 

31 Clark, Stephen R, 
Lieutenant, PD 
Greenwich, Connecticut 

39 Claussen, John 
Sheriff, Napa County SO 
Napa, California 



46 [ 



Lieutenant, PD 
Waycross, Georgia 

24 Clayton, George H. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Red Bank, New Jersey 

47 Clay tor, Raymond E. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Richmond, Virginia 



40 Cleary, John M. 
Field Representative 
New York State Division 

of Safety 
Albany, New York 

41 Cleary, Vincent W. 
Lieutenant 

U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 



51 



47 



Undersiieritt 
Logan CJounty SO 
Sterling, Colorado 

51 Clemens, Leon John 
Sergeant Detective, PD 
Des Moiines, Iowa 

51 Clemmons, Bryan 

Sheriff, East Baton Rouge 

Parish SO 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

59 Clifford; William M. 
SergeanI:, 1?D 
St. Louis, Missouri 



Supervising Captain, PD 
Cincinnsiti, Ohio 



38 Clower, Floyd L. 
Chief of Police 
Springfield, Oregon 

48 Clyburn, Lewis W. 
Criminal Investigator 
Fulton County Solicitor 

General's Office 
Atlanta, Georgia 

44 Clyburn, Louis S. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Camden, South Carolina 

34 Clyde, Orvie H. 

Sheriff, Kings County SO 
Hanford, California 

21 Coakley, Raymond F. 
Captain, PD 
Pittsfiekl, Massachusetts 

30 Coffin, Edgar D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Verona, New Jersey 



31 



Qtticer, Panama Canal 

Zone Police 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone 

Colby, William M. (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Mansfield, Ohio 



40 Cole, Delbert Richard 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Petaluma, California 

50 Cole, Gwin 

Asst. Director, Bureau of 
Identification, Mississippi 
Highway Safety Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 

58 Cole, Raymond S. 
Asst. Chief of Police 
Arlington County PD 
Arlington, Virginia 

44 Coleman, Ernest G. 

Chief of Police, PD j^g 

Shawnee, Oklahoma j^^^ 

40 Coleman, Jack (Retired) 
Detective, PD 
Wausau, Wisconsin 

53 Coleman, William Edward, Jr. 
Agent, Tennessee Bureau of 

Criminal Identification 
Nashville, Tennessee 

53 Coley, Oscar F. 

Crime Investigation Officer 
Alabama Department of 

Public Safety 
Montgomery, Alabama 

60 Collins, Barton L. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
San Jose, California 

50 Collins, Daniel J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

26 Collins, James J. 
Captain, PD 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



8 [ 



Identification Officer 
Aroostook Coimty SO 
Houlton, Maine 



79 



5 


Colman, Miles G, (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 


30 


Conners, Hamilton C. 
Chief of Police, PD 


31 






1 h ^ 


Sergeant, Department of 




St. Petersburg, Florida 




East Rochester, New York 




Public Safety 
Nashville, Tennessee 




60 


Combs, James Edward 


26 


Connolly, John P. 










Detective, Kentucky 




Captain of Inspectors, PD 


53 


Cooley, Reginald! W. 




, ■' 


State Police 




Newport, Rhode Island 




Chief of Police, PD 






Frankfort, Kentucky 


56 


Connor, Albert L. 




Santa Barbara, California 




30 


Comstock, T. Dwight 
Deputy Superintendent 
New Hampshire State Police 




Lieutenant, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


49 


Coon, Thomas B. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Marion, Ohio 






Concord, New Hampshire 


51 


Connors, John T. 
Lieutenant, PD 


62 


Cooper, Albert E. 


^ 


34 


Conaway, Herman E. 




Chicago, Illinois 




Chief of Police, PD 





Patrolman, PD 

Monterey Park, California 



12 



Deputy Sheriff 
Linn County SO 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

29 Condon, Richard E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fremont, California 

19 Condon, Thomas J. (Ret. ) 
Detective, PD 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

47 Cone, Francis J. 
Patrolman, PD 
Bennington, Vermont 

42 Congdon, Joseph B. 
Chief of Police, South 

Kingstown PD 
Wakefield, Rhode Island 

51 Conklin, Charles A. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Highland Falls, New York 

28 Conklin, Vincent (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brighton, New York 



53 [ 



Detective, PD 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

8 Connelly, Richard 
Captain, PD 
Elmira, New York 



Sergeant, PD 

University City, Missouri 

17 Conroy, Wiibour H. 
Captain, State Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 

24 Considine, Martin T. 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Niagara Falls, New York 

49 Constable, Gerald L. 
Captain, PD 
Santa Monica, California 



44 



Deputy Sherat, Maricopa 

County SO 
Phoenix, Arizona 

44 Conyers, Harry L. 

Deputy Sheriff, Palm Beach 

County SO 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

38 Cook, Arthur D. (Retired) 
Lieutenant 
U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 

44 Cook, Charles H. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

15 Cook, Joseph E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fairbury, Nebraska 



51 



Lieutenant, PD 
Temple, Texas 



Notasulga, Alabama 

30 Cooper, Charles Arthur 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Riverside, California 

33 Cooper, Clayton Earl 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Flint, Michigan 

32 Cooper, Edward W. 
Sergeant, PD 
Haverhill, Massachusetts 

41 Corbett, William Walter 
Deputy Sheriff 
Chittenden County SO 
Burlington, Vermont 

60 Corcoran, James E. 
Sergeant, PD 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

47 Cord, Elmer H. (Retired) 
Detective Sergeant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



54 [ 



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Lieutenant, Illinois State 

Highway Patrol 
Springfield, Illinois 

56 Corrington, Robert A. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Flint, Michigan 

46 Corson, James, Jr. 
Captain, PD 
New Canaan, Connecticut 



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30 Cothran, Thurman Durrell 
Captain, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 

35 Cottar, Allen B. 

Sheriff-Coroner, Siskiyou 

County SO 
Yreka, California 

31 Couch, Joe A. 
Detective, PD 
Des Moines, Iowa 

62 Coulter, Jack L. 
Detective, PD 
Columbus, Georgia 

9 Couture, RossaE. * 
Police Commissioner, PD 
Fall River, Massachusetts 

45 Cowan, Ivy Glyn 
Superintendent of 
Detectives, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 



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Inspector and Asst. Director 
Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

26 Cowan, Resor H. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Spencer, Iowa 

24 Cowels, Aaron F. 
Captain, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

44 Cox, Price (Retired) 

Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

60 Cox, William A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Lubbock, Texas 



12 



Deputy Sheriff 
Prowers County SO 
Lamar, Colorado 



60 Cramer, A. Lowell 
Chief of Police, PD 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 

38 Cramer, Ralph F. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Hammond, Indiana 

58 Cranford, BenC, Jr. 
Detective, PD 
Macon, Georgia 

19 Crank,, Charles S. (Retired) 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Topeka, Kansas 

2 Crawford, A. E. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Hinds County SO 
Jackson, Mississippi 



40 



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Inspector, PD 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

36 Crawford, William F. * 
Sheriff 

Victoria County SO 
Victoria, Texas 



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Deputy Sheriff 
Burke County SO 
Morganton, North Carolina 

51 Crenshaw, Olvin A. , Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

55 Cretecos, James A. 
captain 

Massachusetts State Police 
Boston, Massachusetts 

60 Crews, James Oynel 
Detective Sergeaiit, PD 
Jacksonville, Florida 

30 Crews, Phillip Watson 
Inspector 

Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 



S:. 



Atomic Energy Commission 
Los Alamos, New Mexico 

45 Crockett, D. B. 

Investigator, Mississippi 

State Highway Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 

44 Croke, William A. 
Patrolman, PD 
Hastings -on-Hudson, N. Y. 

57 Cronin, John J, 
Sergeant, PD 
New York, N. Y. 

58 Crosen, Arthur Harry 
Captain 

Fairfax County PD 
Fairfax, Virginia 

62 Cross, Harold F. 

Lieutenant, Tennessee 

Department of Safety ^^ 
Nashville, Tennessee ^^^ 

6 Cross, Opie C. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Gary, Indiana 

31 Crossett, HaroldH. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Harlingen, Texas 



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Inspector of Police, PD 
Las Vegas, Nevada 

60 Crowe, Donald S. 
Detective, PD 
Rochester, Minnesota 

36 Crowell, Edwin K. 
Chief of Police, Kauai 

County PD 
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 

52 Crowell, Harry W. 
Chief of police, PD 
St. Joseph, Missouri 



44 


Craig, Douglas F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Midland, Michigan 




2 Crowley, Edmunds. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bristol, Connecticut 


1 




32 * 




Patrolman, PD 
Palm Beach, Florida 


55 

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Craig, George M. 

Captain, PD 

Santa Fe, New Mexico 


81 







26 Crowther, Leonardo. 35 

Captain, PD 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

35 Crudele, Ralphs. 48 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Fall River, Massachusetts 

47 Cruickshank, George M. 5 

Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Niagara Falls, New York 



35 Crutcher, Anson H. 
Deputy, State Board of 

Equalization 
Sacramento, California 

61 Crutchfield, Charles B. 

Major, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

51 Cuddy, William Charles 
Sergeant, PD 
Highland Park, New Jersey 



33 CuUinane, Timothy A, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Walpole, Massachusetts 



34 



30 



47 



48 



31 Culberson, Henry F. 

Sergeant, Georgia Bureau of 

Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 62 



59 



5 Culver, George H. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Glens Falls, New York 41 

57 Cunningham, George Albert 
Lieutenant Inspector, PD 
Billings, Montana 5 

52 Cunningham, James A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Canton, New York 

3 Cupit, Edward C. 39 

Chairman, Nevada State Board 

of Parole Commissioners 
Carson City, Nevada 

48 
28 Curley, Thomas V. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Gary, Indiana 

24 
47 Curran, William T. 
Inspector, PD 
Manchester, New Hampshire 



Curry, Austin J. (Retired) 
Detective, PD 
Buffalo, New York 

Curry, Jesse E. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Dallas, Texas 

Curtin, Edward J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Water town, New York 

Cushwa, Howard K. 

Captain, PD 

Martinsburg, West Virginia 

Custy, Raymond D. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Meriden, Connecticut 

Cutright, Carroll T. 
Captain, PD 
Akron, Ohio 

Cutshall, Burch Fiel 
Captain, PD 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

D'Afile, N. Lawrence 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mansfield, Massachusetts 

Dahl, James R. 

Sergeant, PD 

St. Louis Park, Minnesota 

Dahl, Raymond Alcot 
Deputy Inspector, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Dahl, Roy C. (SA, FBI) 
Superintendent, Bureau of 

Identification 
Hillsboro County SO 
Tampa, Florida 

Dailey, Clyde V. (Retired) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

Daniel C. C. 

Chief of Police, PD 

Wichita Falls, Texas 

Daniels, Earl J. * 
Sheriff, Broome County SO 
Binghamton, New York 



24 Datoli, Louis H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Plainville, Connecticut 

50 Davelaar, Jack 13. 

Captain, Pierce County SO 
Tacoma, Washington 



35 [ 



Lieutenant, Illinois State ]q6 

Highway Police ]3 7c 

Springfield, Illinois 

23 Davidson, George E. 

Captain, Maryland State Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 

32 Davidson, Pat N. 

Deputy U. S. Marshal 
Northern District of Texas 
Lubbock, Texas 

49 Davis, Albert Owen 

Sheriff, Jackson County SO 
Pascagoula, Mississippi 

28 Davis, Alf red W. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 

38 Davis, Claude D. 

Special Agent, N. C. State 

Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

10 Davis, E. M. (SA, FBI) 
Junior Inspector, PD 
Kansas City, Missouri 

57 Davis, Eliot 

District Park Ranger 
National Park Service 
Yellowstone National Park 
Yellowstone Lake, doming 

21 Davis, Floyd E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bennetts vilie, S. C. 

37 Davis, Frank (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Boise, Idaho 

62 Davis, Harold L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 



82 



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60 


Davis, Homer C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Medina, Ohio 


56 


De Boer, Donald 

Lieutenant 

Kent County Sheriff* s Dept. 


49 


DePrez, Clarence G. 
Captain, Police Bureau 
Rochester, New York 




53 


Davis, James 




Grand Rapids, Michigan 


52 






1 

Deputy Sheriff, Iberia 






Chief of Police, PD 


58 


Decker, Frank E. 








Clarksville, Tennessee 




Captain, PD 




Parish SO 




58 




59 


Norfolk, Virginia 
Dedman, Fred E, 


35 


New Iberia, Louisiana 
Derrick, Tillman Winfield * 




1* 




Lieutenant, PD 






Paris, Texas 




Captain, PD 

Mt. Vernon, Illinois 




Chief, York County Police 
York, South Carolina 


% 


60 


Davis, Preston 














Sergeant, PD 


52 


Deeley, Patrick J. 


58 


Deutschmann, Louis H. 






St. Louis, Missouri 




Lieutenant, Chief of 
Detectives, PD 




Chief of Harbor Police 
Port of New Orleans 


• 


17 


Davis, Thomas J. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Chicago, Illinois 




New Orleans, Louisiana 






Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 


57 


Dehner, Raymond W. 


48 


Devery, James E, 










SergeaJit, PD 




Identification Inspector, PD 




43 


Davis, Thomas W. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Sacramento, California 




Chicago, Illinois 


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Raleigh, North Carolina 


35 


Deignan, Charles J. 
Captain, PD 


55 


Devitt, T. K. 
Deputy Sheriff 




57 


Davis, William Dor an 
Chief of Police, PD 
Selma, California 


29 


Boston, Massachusetts 

De Lee, John J. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 


61 


Plaquemines Parish SO 
Pointe a la Hache, Louisiana 

DeVoe, Charles E. 




31 


Davison, Ernest L. 
Chief of Police, PD 




White Plains, New York 




Captain, PD 

Buffalo, New York b6 






Hightstown, New Jersey 


45 


Del Maestro, Melvin 
Chief o:[ Police, PD 


60 


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DeWalt, Rankin L. 




24 


Dawson, Lyle W. 

Captain 

Highway Safety Patrol 


39 


Petaluma, California 
DeMello, Francis B. 




Chief of Police, PD 
Texas City, Texas 






Des Moines, Iowa 




Lieutenant of Identification 
Maui County PD 


55 


Dews, Sam Alexander, Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 




62 


Deal, James Edward 
Patrolman, PD 




Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 




Nashville, Tennessee 






Dothan, Alabama 


21 


Dempsey, Peter A. 
Lieutenant, PD 


47 


Diaz Rojas, Andres 
Major 




38 


Deal, Stothard I. * 
Sheriff, Bulloch County SO 




Montclair,, New Jersey 




Cuban National Police 
Havana, Cuba 


' 




Statesboro, Georgia 


52 


Denneen, John F. 
Sergeant, PD 


49 


Dickens, James A. 




51 


Dean, Harold E. 
Sergeant 




Quincy, Massachusetts 




Lieutenant, Florida 
Highway Patrol 


1 




Vermont State Police 
Montpelier, Vermont 


2 


Denniscn, John D. 
Captain, PD 




Tallahassee, Florida 




14 




41 


Omaha, Nebraska 56 
Denson, Roy F. , Sr. (Retired) 


Dier, Bernard M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 




1 1* 




Detective Sergeant, PD 






Lynchburg, Virginia 




Lieutenant, PD 
Trenton, New Jersey 


12 


Dies, Benjamin F. 




35 


Deaver, Rexford N. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


9 






Lieutenant Colonel 
Office of the Air Provost 




1 1* 






Brunswick, Georgia 




patrolman 




Marshal 



Prince Georges County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 

83 



Washington, D. C. 



18 Dietz, AlexN. 
Captain, PD 
Walla Walla, Washington 

48 Dignan, James G. 

Captain, Alameda County SO 
Oakland, California 

56 DiLieto, Biagio 
Sergeant, PD 

New Haven, Connecticut 

42 Dillon, John T. 
Captain, PD 
Joliet, Illinois 

57 Dillon, Robert F. 
Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

23 Dilmore, Marcus V. 
Mayor 
Horseheads, New York 

42 Disney, Richard V. (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 

San Diego, California 

31 Dixon, Robert F. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Milford, Connecticut 

44 Dixon, Vincent W. 

Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

41 Dodge, Charles Horace 
Asst* Chief of Police, PD 
Bakersfield, California 

43 Dodge, James K. 
Captain, PD 
Cleveland, Ohio 



47 



Undersheriff 
Larimer County SO 
Fort Collins, Colorado 

62 Dodson, Warren 
Chief of Police, PD 
Abilene, Texas 

15 Doerfler, Fred W. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Springfield, Illinois 



29 Doerfler, Roy C. 49 

Sheriff, Will County ^O 
Joliet, Illinois 

51 Doherty, Joseph E. 8 

Lieutenant, PD 
Woburn, Massachusetts 

46 Doian, Leslie C. 36 

Lieutenant of Police, PD 
San Francisco, California 

38 Dominy, William C. 58 

Director, Colonel, Georgia 

Department of Public Safety 
Atlanta, Georgia 

54 
50 Donald, Malcolm 
Chief of Police, PD 
Westfield, Massachusetts 

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Captain, Alabama 

Highway Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 

34 Donnelly, Cyril J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Smithtown, New York 



34 Donnelly, Theodore F. 
Chief Investigator 
Suffolk County District 

Attorney's Office 
Riverhead, New York 



Douglass, Alexanders., Jr. 
Captain, Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

Dowd, Harold R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Maplewood, New Jersey 

Dowie, William John, Sr. 

Captain, PD 

New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dowling, James Edward 
Inspector, PD 
Hammond, Indiana 

Downing, Augustus O. 
Criminal Investigator, ONI 
Norfolk, Virginia 



32 



14 



Captain, PD 

Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Doyle, Anthony E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Baltimore, Maryland 



61 



1 Donohue, Matthew J. (Retired) 16 
Chief, Bergen County PD 
Hackensack, New Jersey 

47 Donovan, William W. 3 

Chief of Police, PD 
Harrison, New York 

59 Doss, Harold R. 22 

Chief of Detectives 
Kitsap County SO 
Port Orchard, Washington 

52 Dougherty, George W. 26 

Chief of County Detectives 
Cape May County 

Prosecutor's Office 
Cape May Court House, N. J. 

7 



Lieutenant, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Dragel, Daniel T. 
Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 

Dreiske, Daniel Andrew 
Captain, PD 
Evanston, Illinois 



.b6 
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Drennan, Robert D. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
El Paso, Texas 

Dreyer, Frank G. 
Chief of Detectives 
Essex County SO 
Newark, New Jersey 

Driscoll, William J. 

Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff 

Washoe County SO 

Reno, Nevada 



Instructor ot Police, 
Flint, Michigan 



* 
PD 



84 



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. 53 




35 


Duncan, Harold L. 


5 










1 1* 


I>yke, Elmer E. 






Patrolman, PD 




Captain, PD 




Captain, PD 


1 




Milwaukee, Wisconsin 




Salinas, California 




Knoxville, Tennessee 




33 


Drummond, Herman F* , Jr. 

(SA, FBI) 
Commanding Officer 
Identification Division, PD 


35 


Duncan, William L. 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 


61 


Dykes, Everette L. 
Patrolman, PD 
Kingsport, Tennessee 


1 




Newport News, Virginia 


6 


Dunn, Eiirl C. * 
Director of Public Safety 
Corpus Christi, Texas 


25 


Eagan, Raymond J. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




13 


* 






New Haven, Connecticut 




Patrolman, PD 




>j. 


Albemarle, North Carolina 


59 


Durant, Elmer L. 
Chief of Police, PD 


60 


Eagan, Raymond J. , Jr. 
Sergeant, PD 




15 


DuBois, Albert E. (Retired) 
Deputy Commissioner, PD 




McAlester, Oklahoma 




New Haven, Connecticut 


1 


• 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


30 


Durbin, Walter M. 
Captain, PD 


51 


Early, Ray Harmon, Sr. 
Special Investigator 


'■ 


3 


Duckett, Ellis H. (Retired) 




SteubenvLlle, Ohio 




Nansemond County SO 


1 




Patrolman, PD 
Richmond, Indiana 


41 




40 


Suffolk, Virginia 

Eastman, Charles Richard * 


■ 
1 


1 


L 


Captain, PD 


^ 


61 


Dudzik, Ted Edward 




Kingsport, Tennessee 




Commissioner of Police 






Patrolman, PD 
Whiting, Indiana 


30 


Durham, Connie 0. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 


32 


Canandaigua, New York 
Eastman, George D. 


I 


50 


Duff, James F. 

Captain, PD 

White Plains, New York 


56 


Charlottesville, Virginia 

Durrer, William L. 
Major, Chief of Police 


56 


Director of Public Safety ^^ 
Pontiac, Michigan ^^^ 

Eastman, Lawrence A. 


1 


52 


Duf field, W. C. * 
Sheriff, Bureau County SO 




Fairfax County PD 
Fairfax, Virginia 




Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Wyandotte, Michigan 


\ 


29 


Princeton, Illinois 
Dugan, Edwin T. (Retired) 


14 


Durrett, James M. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 


9 








1 


* 




Major, Indiana State Police 






Officer, PD 




Tucumcari, New Mexico 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




50 


Montclair, New Jersey 
Dugger, Leighton L. 


43 


Dutrow, Robert L. 
Lieutenant 


34 




. 




1 1* 1 




Detective, PD 








Captain, PD 




Montgomery County PD 




Wheeling, West Virginia 


1 




Spokane, Washington 




Rockville, Maryland 


16 


Edmonds, Edward V. 




57 


Dughi, Charles A. , Jr. 


32 


Dwyer, John T, 




Chief of Police, PD 






Detective, Essex County SO 




Commissioner of Public Service 


Bradford, Pennsylvania 


1 


9 


Newark, New Jersey 




Memphis, Tennessee 


46 


Edwards, Delbert F. 


1 


49 


Duke, Forrest Lee 


51 


Dwyer, Robert K. 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




■^ 


Captain, PD 

Santa Ana, California 




Investigal;or, District 
Attorney General's Office 




Coral Gables, Florida 


1 


13 






Shelby County 
Memphis, Tennessee 


31 


Edwards, John B. 

Special Agent, State Bureau 




1 h 






Patrolman, Oklahoma 








of Investigation 






Highway Patrol 


59 


Dyal, Koraer Warren 




Raleigh, North Carolina 






Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
Duncan, Claude M. 




Inspector, San Bernardino 

County SO 
San Berniirdino, California 








38 




52 




* 




Senior Criminal In^ 


;^estigator 






Captain, PD 








Suffolk County District 






El Cajon, California 








Attorney's Office 










85 




Riverhead, New Yc 


)rk 



6[ 



Identification Officer 
New Mexico State Police 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 

33 Egan, James J. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 

61 Eggen, Clifford T. 

Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Elgin, Illinois 

26 Egnor, Earl S. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Wilmington, Delaware 

59 Ehlert, George E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
West Orange, New Jersey 

57 Ehnis, Carl H. 

Chief of Police, PD 
New Providence, N. J. 

55 Eide, Howard R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Des Moines, Iowa 

34 Eiland, Joseph R. 
Captain, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 

43 Eisenhut^ Lester H. (Retired) 
Patrolman, PD 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 



62 Elliot, George Frank 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sandpoint, Idaho 

49 Ellis, Alfredo. 
Captain, PD 
Fresno, California 



23 Ellis, George A. 
Detective, PD 
Camden, New Jersey 



42 [ 



y 



Lieutenant 
Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 



10 [ 



y 



Sergeant, PD 
Tallahassee, Florida 

54 Elam, Ralph C. 

Lieutenant, DeKalb County 

Department of Public Safety 
Decatur, Georgia 

60 Elder, Edward W. 

Sheriff, Lane County SO 
Eugene, Oregon 

62 Eldred, Ray L., Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sayre Borough, Pennsylvania 

46 Elfering, Frank W. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Malheur County SO 
Vale, Oregon 



22 



22 



45 



49 Ellis, Alfred T. 

Asst. Agent in Charge 
Tennessee Bureau of 

Investigation 
Nashville, Tennessee 61 



12 



31 Ellison, Arthur W. * 

Chief of Criminal Division 

Polk County SO 

Des Moines, Iowa 24 

51 Ellison, Dennie Luther 
Patrolman, Detective 

Division, PD 38 

C larks ville, Tennessee 

23 Ellsworth, Harold L. * 

Sheriff, Cass County SO 17 

Virginia, Illinois 



Captain, PD 

Kansas City, Miijsouri 

Engler, John A. 

Captain, PD 

San Francisco, California 

Engler, Joseph B. 

Inspector, PD 

San Francisco, California 

English, Harold L. ^ 

Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Maria, California 

English, James * " 

Director, Tennessee Bureau 

of Criminal Investigation 
Nashville, Tennessee 

English, James L. (Retired) 
Chief of Inspectors, PD b^ , 

San Francisco, California b7C 

Enkemann, Casper M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ann Arbor, Michigan 

Ennis, Davis S. * 
Chief County Detective 
Montgomery County 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 



48 



57 Elton, Theodore William 

Sergeant, Port of New York 26 

Authority PD 
New York, New York 

57 Embry, Thomas Harry 17 

Sergeant, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta, Georgia 

56 Engel, Gerald Robert 

Inspector, Royal Canadian 53 

Mounted Police 
Ottawa, Canada 

23 Engen, Arnold C. 

Chief of Police, PD 20 

Coeur d^Alene, Idaho 

53 England, Alfred Victor 

Chief of Jail Division 55 

Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles, California 



Sergeant, Fresno County SO 
Fresno, California 

Enright, Ross 
Chief of Police, PD 
Perrysburg, Ohio 



Lieutenant, Philippine 

Constabulary 
Manila, Philippines 

Epperson, Charles W. 
Sergeant of Detectives 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Ericksen, Charles M. (Ret.) 

Captain, PD 

Red Bank, New Jersey 

Erickson, Edward C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 



86 



. 62^ 


Ericson, Marvin Frederick 


62 


Evans, Walter A. 


4 


Falkenrath, Sherman 




Cliief of Police, Westchester 




Lieutenjuit, Bureau of Police 




Captain, PD 




County Parkway Police 




Richmond, Virginia 




Salt Lake City, Utah 




Hawthorne, New York 














59 


Evans, William Occie 


45 


Falzone, Fred 


22 


Erke, Oscar (Retired) 




Captain, Salt Lake County SO 




Chief of Police, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Salt Lake City, Utah 




Garwood, New Jersey 




Fort Smith, Arkansas 














43 


Everett, George A. 


57 


Fannin, Walter C. 


57 


Erosky, Anthony 




Lieutenant, Indiana State Police 


Captain, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




Dallas, Texas 




Fort Morgan, Colorado 
Esken, Charles (Retired) 


21 


Everett, Harry T. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 


45 




^ 


1 


2 


Investigator 




Captain, PD 




South Besnd, Indiana 




District Attorney's Office 




Peoria, Illinois 








San Angelo, Texas 


-■ 




26 


Exner, Rudolph J. 






33 


Esposito, Fred F. 




Chief of Police, PD 


53 


Farley, Eugene Worth 




Captain, PD 




Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 




Chief of Police, PD 


1 -^^ 


New Haven, Connecticut 








Tempe, Arizona 




Ethell, Wayne F. 
Chief of Police, PD 


58 


Fabbri, John V. 
'Inspector, PD 
South San Francisco, Calif. 


13 




32 


1* 


^ 


Captain, PD 




Findlay, Ohio 








Kansas City, Missouri 




Evans, Claude B. 


39 


Faber, Harry 
Captain, PD 


59 




57 


1* ^^ 




Inspector, PD 




Grand Rapids, Michigan 




Acting Sergeant, PD ^^^ 




Amarillo, Texas 


9 






28 


Potsdam, New York 
Fauble, Harold W. 




1 h 


6 


1 1* 


Deputy Sheriff 




Asst. Attorney General in 




Ramsey County SO 




Lieutenant, PD 




Charge of Investigation 




St. Paul, Minnesota 




Toledo, Ohio 




Attorney Generars Office 
Pierre, South Dakota 












35 


1 


* 


49 


Faulkner, Dave T. (Retired) 
Lieutenant 


Patrolm;an, PD 




19 


Evans, Emrys R. (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 




Pacific Grove, California 




Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 


61 


Dearborn, Michigan 
Evans, George G. 


49 


Faircloth, David Thomas 

Captain, PD 

Fayetteville, North Carolina 


11 




1* 


Deputy Bherilt 




Sergeant, PD 








Pulaski County SO 




Glendive, Montana 


58 


Faison, C. B. 

Captain, Muscogee County PD 




Little Rock, Arkansas 


33 


Evans, James R. 




Columbus, Georgia 


57 


Faulstich, William L. 


7 


Chief of Police, PD 








Chief of Police, PD 




Chico, California 


51 


Falcon, Mervin R. 
Chief Ofilce Deputy 




Redwood City, California 


42 


Evans, Neil H. 




Tangipahoa Parish SO 


46 


Feeney, WiUiam H. * 




Supervising Agent 




Amite, Louisiana 






Chief of Police, PD 



Department of Alcoholic 

Beverage Control 
Stockton, California 

31 Evans, W. Leon 

Superintendent, Mount 

Rushmore National 

Memorial 
Keystone, South Dakota 



8 Fales, Harry E. (Retired) 
Superintendent, City-County 

Identification Bureau 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

40 Falk, Carl W. 

Senior Deitective Inspector, PD 
Detroit, Michigan 



61 



31 



Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

Fehily, William S. 

Captain, PD 

East Orange, New Jersey 

Fehlauer, Leonard (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Baltimore, Maryland 



87 



36 Fehr, Charles Gustav{SA, FBI) 24 
Lieutenant, PD 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

43 Feid, Albert J. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 62 
East Providence, R. I. 

46 Felber, Richard John 

Inspector 56 

Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

14 Fender, E. C. 

Office of Special Investigation 58 
U. S. Air Force 
Montgomery, Alabama 



Fillinger, James H. (Retired) 34 

Captain 

West Virginia State Police 

Charleston, West Virginia 

46 
Fillis, Dewey J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

32 
Fimbres, Fred George 
Adm. Chief, Los Angeles 

County SO 
Los Angeles, California 42 

Findlay, Daniel P. 

Lieutenant, PD 

East Orange, New Jersey 



52 Fenton, Andrew E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pecos, Texas 

33 Ferencz, Michael 
Patrolman, PD 
Monessen, Pennsylvania 

12 Ferentz, A. F. (SA, FBI) 
Captain, Springfield 

Township PD 
Springfield, Pennsylvania 



35 



Finegan, Carl R. * 
Sheriff, Lorain County SO 
Elyria, Ohio 



19 [ 



Deputy Bherill 
Lorain County SO 
Elyria, Ohio 



1^ 



8 [ 



48 



42 



Patrolman, PD 

St. Louis, Missouri 



60 



54 



Deputy Sheriff, Edcfy County SO 
Carlsbad, New Mexico 

12 Ferrazzi, William 
Chief of Police, PD 
Quincy, Massachusetts 



patrolman, PD 
Dyersburg, Tennessee 

Finman, Harold O. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Escanaba, Michigan 

Finn, Neil 

Chief of Police, PD 

Glen Rock, New Jersey 



Finney, Clyde L. (Retired) 53 
Lieutenant, PD 
Scranton, Pennsylvania 



59 Ferris, John Patrick, Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

54 Fichter, John G. 

Sheriff, Adams County SO 
Quincy, Illinois 

23 Figgatt, CarlH. * 
Chief Field Deputy 
Kanawha County SO 
Charleston, West Virginia 



58 



39 



31 



49 



Finney, Howard E. 
Acting Captain, PD 
New York, New York 



58 



32 



37 



30 



29 



Fisher, Theodore A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chicopee, Massachusetts 

Fisher, W. W. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Charleston, West Virginia 

Fitzpatrick, Harold M. 
Detective Captain, PD 
Rochester, Minnesota 

Fitzpatrick, James M. 
Patrolman, Blue Hills Division 
Metropolitan PD 
Somerville, Massachusetts 

Fitzsimmons, John A. 
Detective 1st Class 
New Jersey State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

Fitzsimmons, T. Byron 
Chief of Police, PD 
South Orange, New Jersey 

Fitzsimons, Norton T. 
Captain, Vermont ^ 

Department of Public Safety 
Montpelier, Vermont 

Flaherty, John F. 

Chief of Police, PD 

North Adams, Massachusetts 

Flaherty, Walter F, (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Watertown, Massachusetts 

Flanagan, James Wilmer 
Lieutenant, PD 
Akron, Ohio 



he 

hlC 



Fiorino, D. Richard (Retired) 

Lieutenant, PD 

Hartford, Connecticut 5 



18 Flanagan, M. W. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, Highway Safety 

Patrol, Iowa State 

Department of Public Safety 
Des Moines, Iowa 



Fisher, James A. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Lafayette, Indiana 

Fisher, Newton T. 
Captain, PD 
Dallas, Texas 



Flanigan, John C. 
Chief of Police 
Anchorage, Alaska 



59 Flavin, Harold P. 
Detective, PD 
Syracuse, New York 



88 



62 
5 


Fleming, Bernard S. 

Sergeant, PD 

Brookline, Massachusetts 

Fleming, Boynton H. 
Sheriff, Cameron County SO 
Brownsville, Texas 


3 
26 




31 
47 


Forrest, Douglas 0. 
Asst. Commissioner 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 
Ottawa, Canada 

Forrester, Leonard Weldon 
Captain, PD 


1* 


captain, PD 
Augusta, Georgia 

Foley, Kiearn T. 
Sergeant, PD 
Montclair, New Jersey 













Lubbock, Texas 




29 


Fleming, Clifford L. * 


36 


Foley, Richard J, 








Chief of Police, PD 
Plattsburgh, New York 




Captain, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 


18 




* 




Captain, PD 














Austin, Texas 


35 


Fleming, Joseph T. (Retired) 


24 


Foley, Thomas P. , Jr. 








Sergeant, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 


17 


Fortenberry, Edgar (SA, FBI) 




Wellesley, Massachusetts 




Portland, Maine 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Columbia, Mississippi 


11 


Fletcher, E. Reid (SA, FBI) 


48 


Folio, Joseph Michael 








Officer, PD 




Deputy Chief of Police, PD 


11 


Fortin, Gaston A. 


•^ 


Wichita, Kansas 




East Ha^ven, Connecticut 




Chief of Police 




Fletcher, Kennith Jay 
Lieutenant, Identification 


34 






Naval Air Station 
Norfolk, Virginia 


43 


1 




Inspector, Metropolitan PD 


^ 


Bureau, Department of 
Public Safety 




Washinjjton, D. C. 


31 


Forth, George 
Chief of Police, PD 




Montpelier, Vermont 


23 


Fontaine, Paul J. 
Sergeant, PD 




Hay ward, California b6 

hlC 


29 


Fletcher, Philip B. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Keene, New Hampshire 


17 


Fortson, Harold 0. 
Lieutenant, South Carolina 




Carthage, New York 


18 


Foote, Norman C. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Law Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 


26 


Flohr, Melvin F. 




Hoquiam, Washii^ton 








Chief of Police, PD 






18 


Foster, Carl C. 




Santa Rosa, California 


29 


ForbeSj Charles E. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Chief Security Officer 
Maiden Air Base 


50 


Flood, Maurice Carl 
Chief of Police, PD 




Kingstree, South Carolina 




Maiden, Missouri 




Elyria, Ohio 


61 


Ford, George Clayton, Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 


36 


Foster, Forrest Leroy (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 


29 


Flood, Robert 0. * 
Chief of Police, PD 




Blytheville, Arkansas 




Council Bluffs, Iowa 




Lewiston, Idaho 


60 


Ford, Jack Harold 
Trooper 


16 


Foster, Fred E. 
Lieutenant, Superintendent of 


21 


Flores, Porfirio L. 




Kansas Highway Patrol 




Identification Division, PD 


- 


Sheriff, Webb County SO 
Laredo, Texas 




Topeka., Kansas 




Jackson, Michigan 






23 


Fording;, Addison H, 


46 


Foster, Herbert T. (Retired) 


40 


Flummerfelt, Beecher D. 




Captain of Inspectors, PD 




Inspector, PD 


"■ 


Captain, PD 
Auburn, New York 




Berkeley, California 




Erie, Pennsylvania 






32 


Forester, Russell 


55 


Foster, Jack P. 


53 


Flynn, John.E. 




Captain, PD 




Sergeant 




Detective, PD 




Austin, Texas 




Michigan State Police 




Portsmouth, Virginia 
Flynn, Joseph S. 


54 




61 


East Lansing, Michigan 
Foster, Samuel A. 




1 


30 


Detective Lieutenant, PD 




Captain, Homicide Division 




Charlotte, North Carolina 




Chief of Police, PD 




Bureau of Police 








Takoma Park, Maryland 




Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




89 







15 


Fournier, John P. 


49 


Fraser, Ralph Elder 


50 


Friberg, Leonard A. * ' 




Chief of Police, PD 




Captain of Detectives, PD 




Sheriff, Winnebago County SO 


56 


Lynn, Massachusetts 
Fowler, Jack B. 


29 


Lewiston, Maine 


58 


Rockford, Illinois 
Fries, Henry J. 


1 1* 




Captain of Detectives 




Deputy Sheriff 




Detective Sergeant, PD 




Spartanburg County SO 




Lincoln Parish SO 




Clinton, Iowa 




Spartanburg, South Carolina 




Ruston, Louisiana 


26 


Fritts, Gordon S. 


45 


Fowler, John William 


20 


Fraties, Roy C. (SA, FBI) 




Field RepresentJitive 




Technician 




Chief of Police, PD 




New York State Division 




Orange County SO 




Carmel, California 




of Safety 




Santa Ana, California 








Albany, New York ^ 






45 


Frazee, William E. 




"Vf 


34 


Fox, Emmett P. 




Detective Lieutenant, PD 


60 


Froelich, Norris 




Chief of Police, PD 




Renton, Washington 




Sheriff, Lake County SO 




Columbia, Tennessee 


56 


Fred, John E. 




Waukegan, Illinois 


54 


Fox, Harry G. 




Chief of Police, PD 


45 


Fruitt, Cecil W. 




Inspector of Police, PD 




Helena, Montana 




Chief of Police, PD 


56 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Fox, Ralph V. 
Sergeant, PD 


4 




48 


Corvallis, Oregon 


1 


1 Division 


Fuhr, George Henry 


of Security 


Captain of Police, PD 




Kenosha, Wisconsin 




U. S. Atomic Energy 




Milwaukee, Wisconsin 


42 


Foxworth, Henry H. 
1st Sergeant, PD 




Commission 
Washington, D. C. 


29 




1 1* b6 


Deputy Sheriff ^^^ 




Sumter, South Carolina 


34 


Frederiksen, Paul L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 




Pinellas County SO 
Clearwater, Florida 


34 


Foy, John J. 




El Dorado, Kansas 








Field Representative 






48 


Fuller, George H. (Retired) 




New York State Division of 


41 


Free, Vincent Stetson 




Chief of Police, PD 




Safety 




Inspector, Prince Georges 




Galesburg, Illinois 


34 


Albany, New York 

Frank, George W. (Retired) 




County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 


44 




1 1 


Sergeant, PD 




Captain, PD 


40 


Freed, Herman Huston 




St. Louis, Missouri 




Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania 




Lieutenant 












Indiana State Police 


45 


Funderburk, Emmett Euther * 


20 


Frank, Lloyd L. 

Sheriff, Buffalo County SO 

Kearney, Nebraska 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




Chief of Police, PD 
Alexander City, Alabama 




30 




>. 


constable 


Funk, Alva R. 


58 


Frank, Oakley 0. 




Daytona Beach, Florida 




Captain, Indiana State Police 




Captain, PD 










Indianapolis, Indiana 








Sheboygan, Wisconsin 


36 




* 


60 




Lieutenant of Det< 


actives, PD 


Fusco, Vito J. 


58 


Franklin, Charlie W. 
Asst. Chief, PD 




Bluefield, West Virginia 




Chief of Police 
Plymouth Township PD 




Thomaston, Georgia 


12 


Frey, WiUiam J. * 
Sheriff, Shawnee County SO 




Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 


32 


Franklin, Walter R. * 
Chief, Fayette County Patrol 




Topeka, Kansas 


61 


Fyke, Robert H. 
Inspector, Mississippi 




Lexington, Kentucky 


51 


Freytes-Alvarez, Israel 
First Lieutenant 




Highway Safety Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 


43 


Franks, Charles H. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 








Jacksonville Beach, Florida 




90 









57 


Gabriel, Waiter E. 


21 




40 


Gartin, Hercil H. 


1 1* 




Chief of Police, PD 




Detective, PD 




'Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




Burlington, Wisconsin 




Atlanta^ Georgia 




Huntington, West Virginia 


42 


Gaeng, G. Gordon 


9 


Gammell, Lou W. * 


2 


Garton, 0. D. 


1 


Captain, Park Police 




Chief of Police, PD 




Colonel, Chief of Police, PD 


1 


Baltimore, Maryland 




Reno, Nevada 




Richmond, Virginia 


6 


Gaffney, B. Frank 


46 


Gammino, Jacinto F. 


56 


Gaston, James Denver 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




Sergeant, PD 




Special- Agent, Georgia 




Cumberland, Maryland 




Phillipsburg, New Jersey 




Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 


56 


Gagliano, Joseph S. 


29 


Gandy, Samuel B. * 








Inspector, PD 




Night Chief of Police, PD 


16 


Gates, George S. (Retired) 




Memphis, Tennessee 




Lufkin, Texas 




Inspector, Westchester 
County Parkway PD 


57 


Gainsley, Holland J. 
Captain, PD 


47 


Gannav^ay, William P. 
Captain, PD 




White Plains, New York 




Ann Arbor, Michigan 




Dallas, Texas 


22 


Gates, Irvin F; 


Av 










Sheriff, Richardson County SO 


28 


Gaiser, Bernard 
Chief of Police, PD 


33 


Gannon, William Francis 
Captain, PD 




Falls City, Nebraska 


i C 


Islip, New York 




Revere, Massachusetts 


32 


Gatliff , William J. 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 


52 


Galbreath, Frank Russell 


48 


Garcia Iglesias, Orlando 




Cameron County SO 




Constable, Volusia County 




Captain, Cuban Army 




Brownsville, Texas 




New Smyrna Beach, Florida 




Havana, Cuba 


47 


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1 1* hir. 


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Galer, Paul Wayne * 


49 


Gardiner, William H. 




Sergeant, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Assistant Chief Investigator 




North Haven, Connecticut 


; 


Oelwein, Iowa 




Suffolk County, New York 






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District Attorney' s Office 


6 


Gay, R. L. 


61 


Gallagher, Eugene J. , 
Detective Sergeant, PD 




Riverhead, New York 




State Probation Officer 
Raleigh, North Carolina 


^^ 


AUentown, Pennsylvania 


50 


Gardner, Wesley 












Undersheriff 


60 


Gealer, Denis W. 


61 


Gallagher, John J. 




Napa County SO 




Captain, PD 




Detective Lieutenant, PD 




Napa, California 




Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Ridgefield, New Jersey 














41 


Garmire, Bernard Lewis 


60 


Geary, David Patrick 


34 


Gallagher, Joseph J. 




Chief oi! Police, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Captain, PD 




Tucson., Arizona 




Hales Corners, Wisconsin 




St, Louis, Missouri 














59 


Garner., Alfred Hume 


49 


Gehrke, Clarence E. 


16 


Gallagher, Raymond P, 




Captain of Detectives, PD 




Captain of Detectives, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Burlington, North Carolina 




Wausau, Wisconsin 




Springfield, Massachusetts 










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60 


Garner, Francis C. 


59 


Geisler, Mitchel F., Jr., 


56 


Gallati, Robert R. J. 




Sheriff, Charles County SO 




Chief of Police, PD 


' 


Inspector, PD 




La Plata, Maryland 




Garden City, Kansas 




New York, New York 














24 


Garrabrant, Royden 


36 


German, Lee Chetwyn 


60 


Gain, Robert J. 




Chief of Police, PD 




Inspector, PD 


, 


Chief of Police, PD 




Nyack, New York 




Los Angeles, California 




Sparks, Nevada 











46 Galloway, Joe D. 
Captain, PD 
Fort Worth, Texas 



40. [ 



Chief Investigator 
University of. Missouri 
Columbia, Missouri 



55 Gernert, Albert 

Detective Captain, PD 
Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. 



91 



Deputy Sheriff 
Polk County SO 
Des Moines, Iowa 

36 Geyer, Elmer W. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Cruz, California 

12 Giancola, Louis (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mamaroneck, New York 

59 Giarrusso, Joseph I. 
Deputy Superintendent of 

Police, PD 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

25 Gibbons, Harry J. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Sioux City, Iowa 

47 Gibbs, J. Howard 

Director, Personnel and 

Training, PD 
Cranston, Rhode Island 

53 Gibbs, Sullivan Grant 
Chief of Police, PD 
Greenville, North Carolina 

29 Gibson, Edward C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Meadvllle, Pennsylvania 

6 Gibson, J. T. 
Chief Investigator 
Bibb County SO 
Macon, Georgia 

57 Gibson, Richard M. 
Detective Sergeant 
Toronto City PD 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

43 Giermann, Frederick L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bloomington, Illinois 

61 Gilkinson, William John 

Patrolman - Investigator, PD 
Tucson, Arizona 

32 Gill, Bernard A. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Staunton, Virginia 



36 Gill, James Thomas 
Lieutenant 

Tennessee Highway Patrol 
Nashville, Tennessee 

58 Gill, Kentrol 
Sergeant, PD 
Shawnee, Oklahoma 

62 Gillen, Paul J. 
Detective, PD 
St. Paul, Minnesota 



58 Glasscock, Thomas H. 
Captain 

Kansas Highway Patrol 
Topeka, Kansas 

15 Gleason, Everett (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wausau, Wisconsin 



40 



Detective, PD 

Santa Cruz, California 



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Patrolman, PD 
Blackwell, Oklahoma 

37 Gillespie, Thomas F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
St. Joseph, Michigan 



54 



Officer, PD 
Edina, Minnesota 



57 Gillette, Fay 

Sheriff, Tooele County SO 
Tooele, Utah 

16 Gillette, H. W. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Twin Falls, Idaho 



30 [ 



Colonel, Asst. Director 
Kentucky Highway Patrol 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

53 Gillmouthe, Rupert L. 

Sheriff, Hood River County SO 
Hood River, Oregon 

40 Oilman, Cecil H, 

Sheriff, Grant County SO 
Ephrata, Washington 

34 Oilman, Wesley I. 
Asst. Superintendent 
Department of Territorial 

Police 
Juneau, Alaska 

11 Gladieux, Merl A. 
Captain, PD 
Toledo, Ohio 

50 Glasscock, Robert E. 
Asst. Chief of Police. 
Little Rock, Arkansas 



24 Gleason, John M. * 
Chief Administrator 
Town of Greenwich 
Greenwich, Connecticut 

17 Glewwe, Wesley Paul (SA, FBI) 
Superintendent of 

Identification, PD 
South St. Paul, Minnesota 

13 Glisson, Chester F. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Downingtown, Pennsylvania 

18 Glover, E. P. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Paducah, Kentucky 

46 Glover, Robert Leon 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Ontario, California 

53 Glynn, Pierce Thomas 
Deputy Inspector, PD 
New York, New York 

50 Godfrey, Jay B, 

Sergeant of Detectives, PD 
Sumter, South Carolina 



29 [ 



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Detective Sergeant, PD 
Pontiac, Michigan 



45 [ 



Deputy Sheriff 
Morgan County SO 
Decatur, Alabama 

11 Gold, John M. 
City Manager ^ 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

33 Golden, John B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Milton, Pennsylvania 



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28 




31 


Gorman, Charles J. 


57 


Graham, Lewis A. 


1 




1 h 






Asst. Area Supervisor 




Director, Department of 




Captain, PD 


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West Virginia State Road 




Public Safety 




Ocean City, New Jersey 


^1 






Commission, Division of 




Niagara Falls, New York 






^1 






Weight Enforcement 






54 


Graham, Logan M. , Jr. 


^M 






Charleston, West Virginia 


36 


Gormley, Leo Joseph 
Lieutenant, PD 




Investigator, Minnesota 
Bureau of Criminal 


M 




26 


Gonzales, Lester 
Deputy Sheriff 
Ascension Parish SO 


2 


Somerville, Massachusetts 
Gornto, Harry C, Jr. 




Apprehension 
St. Paul, Minnesota 


1 






Donaldsonville, Louisiana 




Captain, PD 
Norfolk:, Virginia 


38 


Graham, Marcell * 
Warden, Utah State 


1 


. ■ 


58 


Gonzales, Manuel 








Penitentiary 


^1 






Chief of Police, PD 


34 


Gorsira, Michiel P. 




Salt Lake City, Utah 


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Gallup, New Mexico 




Lieutenant Governor, Chief 
of Police 


52 


Grant, Bailey 


B 




44 


Gonzales Delgado, Juan 




Island of Curacao 




Sheriff, Ouachita Parish SO 


^H 






Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 


Willemstad, Curacao 




Monroe, Louisiana 


^H 






San Juan, Puerto Rico 




Netherlands West Indies 






^H 


M, 










56 


Grant, Charles D. 


^H 




50 


Good, John G. 
Chief of Police, PD 


18 


Goslin, James M, 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 




Lieutenant, PD b6 
Norfolk, Virginia b7C 


1 


4 




Williamsport, Pennsylvania 




Caddo Parish SO 
Shreveport, Louisiana 


34 


Graves, Orren L. 


1 




57 


Goode, James 
Sergeant, PD 


41 






Captain, PD 
Lincoln, Nebraska 


1 




1 1* 






Orlando, Florida 




Deputy Sheriff 
Washoe County SO 


48 


Gray, Herbert F. 


H 




49 


Goode, Richard M. 
Investigator, York County PD 




Reno, Nevada 




Captain, New Hampshire 
State Police 


H 






Yorktown, Virginia 


6 


Gould, Ralph V. 
Director of Safety 




Concord, New Hampshire 


1 




53 


Goodlett, Charles D. 
Chief of Police, PD 




New Hampshire Motor 
Vehicle :Department 


5 


Grayson, Horace V. 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 




51 


Belle Glade, Florida 
Goodman, James A. 


19 


Concord, New Hampshire 


26 


Bakersfield, California 
Green, Harry M. 


1 




1 h 






Asst. Chief, PD 




Lieutenant, U. S. Capitol 




Captain, PD 


^H 






Corvallis, Oregon 




Police 
Washington, D, C. 




Omaha, Nebraska 


H 




1 


1*. 


42 




62 


Green, Kenneth B. 
Detective, PD 
Pasadena, Texas 


1 




Ifor 


1 h 

Patrolman, PD 




Governor of Florida 






Tallahassee, Florida 




St. Louis, Missouri 






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" 










58 


Green, Robert Harrison 


^H 




45 


Goodwin, Robert Ernest 
Captain of Detectives, PD 


3 


Grady, F. Clarke (Retired) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 




Captain, PD 
Lewistown, Montana 


H 


• 




Raleigh, North Carolina 




Great Falls, Montana 


61 


Greer, Lance 


H 




59 


Gordon, Earl James 
Captain, PD 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio 


56 


Graefe, Robert I. 

Captain 

San Bernardino County SO 

San Bernardino, California 




Lieutenant 
Fairfax County PD 
Fairfax, Virginia 


1 




40 


Gordon, Paul Sigmund 






32 


Greeson, Lorenz R. 


^H 






Correctional Officer 


61 


GraffeOj Johnny J. 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


^H 






California Institution for Men 




Criminail Deputy, St. Mary 




Salt Lake City, Utah 


^H 






Chino, California 




Parish Sheriff's 
Department 






H 


i 








Franklin, Louisiana 
93 






1 



50 Gregory, Ralph H. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Janesville, Wisconsin 



51 



13 Gregson, Robert F. 20 

Special Agent, Bureau of 

Criminal Investigation 
State Department of Public 

Safety 48 

Des Moines, Iowa 



28 Gress, John A. 
Captain, PD 
Trenton, New Jersey 



61 Griffin, Leslie W. 
Detective, PD 
Sumter, South Carolina 



60 Griffith, A. C. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Coalinga, California 



45 



58 Griffon, C. A., Jr. 
Sheriff 

Iberville Parish SO 
Plaquemine, Louisiana 



Griggs, Elmo A. 49 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Griggs, Harold P. 25 

Deputy Sheriff, Cobb County SO 
Marietta, Georgia 



Groak, Elwyn J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Lansing, Michigan 



31 



7 Griebel, Edward W. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 52 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

5 Griffin, Eugene W. 

Deputy Constable 57 

11th District of Duval County 
Jacksonville, Florida 



19 



40 Griffin, Will H ay den (S A, FBI) 
Deputy Sheriff 59 

Morehouse Parish SO 
Bastrop, Louisiana 

23 Griffis, B. S. 61 

Identification Officer, PD 
Nashville, Tennessee 



14 



Patrolman, PD 50 

Salamanca, New York 



16 Griffith, James R. (SA, FBI) 

Undersheriff 42 

Trinity County SO 
Weaverville, California 

16 Griffith, Sheppard A. 42 

Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Columbia, South Carolina 



52 



11 



Grogan, Alvin Francis 60 

Chief of Police, PD 
Millvale, Pennsylvania 

Grogan, Donald L. 57 

Sergeant, PD 

Greenfield, Massachusetts 

Grosnick, John L 35 

Sergeant 

Pennsylvania State Police 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Grossglaus, Harry W. 58 

Sheriff, Stark County SO 
Canton, Ohio 

Grossnickle, Lyle E. 57 

Sergeant, Division of Police 
Dayton, Ohio 

Grothus, John Francis 
Deputy Sheriff 55 

Scott County SO 
Davenport, Iowa 

Grovijahn, George * 

Chief of Police, PD 48 

Yankton, South Dakota 

Grunder, Frank W. 

Lieutenant, PD 35 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Grundish, Richard C. 
Lieutenant, Division of Police 49 
Dayton, Ohio 

Guidera, Thomas F. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Provost 

MariShal General's Office 
U. S. Army 36 

Washir^ton, D. C. 

Gullick, Rex B. * 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 



Gundersen, Asie L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Baker, Oregon 

Guptill, Lovell E . (Retired) 

Sergeant, PD 

San Jose, California 

Guseman, John Lee * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Harlingen, Texas 

Gwynn, Wallace W. = 

Lieutenant, PD 
Fargo, North Dakota 

Haas, Jerome Charles 
Captain, Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Haase, Walter C. 
Secretary, Nebraska Liquor 

Commission ^^ 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Hadley, LeRoy 

Sheriff, Weber County SO 

Ogden, Utah 

Hagans, J. W. bo 

Captain, Florida Highway }^^q 

Patrol 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Hagner, Elmer F. , Jr. 

Lieutenant 

Anne Arundel County PD 

Ferndale, Maryland 

Hague, William G. 
Inspector, PD 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Haight, Howard F. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Newburgh, New York 



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Patrolman, State Highway 
Patrol, Texas Department 
of Public Safety 

Austin, Texas 

Haldy, David 
Sergeant, PD 
Maplewood, New Jersey 



94 



55 



55 



28 



58- Hale, Ethridge C. 49 

Agent, Tennessee Bureau of 

Criminal Identification 
Nashville, Tennessee 

59 Hale, M. F. 

Sergeant, Georgia Bureau 

of Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 

61 Haley, Edwin G. 

Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Rome, New York 

39 Hall, Charles Harold 
Chief of Police, PD 
Orangeburg, South Carolina 

37 Hall, Jay L. 
Captain 

Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee, Florida 

42 Hall, JoeX 

Captain, Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

57 Hall, JohnR,, Jr. 
Lieutenant 

Director, Youth Bureau, PD 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

54 Hall, Joseph C. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Asheville, North Carolina 

58 Hall, Stacy R. 
Sheriff, Franklin County SO 
Columbus, Ohio 

6 Hall, Walter (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 
Fairmont, West Virginia 



Halstead, Robert K. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Hambrecht, William M. 
Acting Captain, PD 
New York, New York 

Hamilton, Paul M. 
Special Agent, Alcoholic 

Beverage Control Board 
Pell City, Alabama 

Hamlin, J. Carroll 

Senior Investigator in Charge, 

DivisiiDn of Licenses, 

Deparl;ment of State 
Binghamton, New York 

Hammond, Lowell W. 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 



59 



54 



54 



53 



10 



43 



60 



11 



Sergeant, PD 
Maryville, Tennessee 

Hanaway, L. E. * 
Chief of Detectives 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



56 



52 



23 



Hanes, Wesley Dodson (SA, FBI) 
Identification Officer, PD 40 

Paris, Texas 



Hankard, Thomas J. 
Captain, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 



59 



20 [ 



Captain, PD 
Bemidji, Minnesota 

38 Hallice, Chester E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

33 Hallman, Leonard Jasper 
Special Investigator 
Solicitor General of 

Chatham County 
Savannah, Georgia 



46 



30 



28 



Enforcement Officer, State 

Liquor Control Commission 52 
Charleston, West Virginia 

Hanna, Elzaphan McConnell 
Chief of Police, PD 42 

Aiken, South Carolina 

Hanna, James 

Chief of Police, PD 

Kearney, New Jersey 52 

Hansen, Edward B. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 32 

Hansen, Peter T. 

Captain, PD 

Perth Amboy, New Jersey 



Hansen, Wilbur R. 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Marinette, Wisconsin 

Hanyzewski, Edward M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
South Bend, Indiana 

Harbauer, Melvin Lawrence 

Chief of Police, PD 

San Bernardino, California 

Harbin, E. B. 

Captain, Georgia State Patrol 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Hardeman, C. D. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Harden, Grant M. 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Lakeland, Florida 

Hardesty, Gordon W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Casa Grande, Arizona 

Hardy, Gary Lincoln 

Sergeant, PD 

Hackensack, New Jersey , ^ 

■DO 

Hargrove, Ralph R. ^^^ 

Captain, PD 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Harms, WiUis R. * 
Sheriff 

Livingston County SO 
Pontiac, Illinois 

Harper, Roy F. 
Chief of Police 
Pueblo, Colorado 

Harpole, W. T. 
Superintendent 

Mississippi State Penitentiary 
Parchman, Mississippi 

Harrington, John H. 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Madison, Wisconsin 

Harris, Arthur 
Superintendent of Police, PD 
Milford, Connecticut 



95 



31 Harris, Michael A. 

Captain, N. J. State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

44 Harris, N. L. (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Chula Vista, California 



51 



55 Harrison, Harry M. 

Lieutenant, Howard County PD 37 
Ellicott City, Maryland 



35 Harroun, Max E, 
Superintendent, PD 
Big Rapids, Michigan 

61 Hart, William J. 

Detective, Floyd County PD 
Rome, Georgia 



13 



23 



Sergeant, PD 
Galveston, Texas 



Deputy U. H. Mi 
Phoenix, Arizona 



arshal 



47 [ 



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Detective, PD 
Glendale, California 

58 Hartman, Henry O. 
Sergeant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 



50 



Patrolman, PD 
San Antonio, Texas 



57 Hartnett, Lawrence A. 
Captain, Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

54 Harvell, Thurmond A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newton, North Carolina 

13 Harvey, Fred A. (SA, FBI) 
Captain, PD 
Bismarck, North Dakota 

23 Harvin, Lionel C. 
Asst. Director, Law 

Enforcement Division 
S- C. Highway Department 
Columbia, South Carolina 



62 



56 



54 



50 



59 



53 



36 



31 



20 



Hatchett, Lindsey * 
Director, Arkansas State 

Police 
Little Rock, Arkansas 

Haukedahl, Stanley G, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 

Haus, Harold J. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

Havery, John A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Stratford, Connecticut 

Hawes, Russell A. 
Superintendent of Police, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 

Hawke, Franklin H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Prospect Park, Pennsylvania 

Hawkey, Herbert S. 
Lieutenant, Chief of 

Detectives, PD 
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 

Hawkins, Bert W. 
Captain, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Hawkins, Joseph C. 
Lieutenant, Montgomery 

County Division of Police 

Protection 
Rockville, Maryland 

Hawley, B. Lewis 
Undersheriff 
Jefferson County SO 
Golden, Colorado 



52 Hayes, Marvin H. 

Deputy Sheriff, Duval County SO 
Jacksonville, Florida 

11 Haynie, William G. * 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Orlando, Florida 

35 Hayward, Arthur P. 
Detective Captain, PD 
New Britain, Connecticut 

26 Hazen, James 
Deputy Sheriff 
Saginaw County SO 
Saginaw, Michigan 



53 



42 



34 



38 



Heafner, John M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Alton, Illinois 

Heagney, Everett S. 

Criminal Identification ^ 

Technician 
San Mateo County 
Redwood City, California 

Healey, James P. j^g 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD J37Q 
Greenwich, Connecticut 



34 



38 



Special Investigator 
Gregg County Criminal 

District Attorney's Office 
Longview, Texas 

Hebert, George E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
St. Albans, Vermont 

Hebert, J. H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 



Hayes, Jimmy Elmer (SA, FBI) 12 Hebert, Maurice J. (Retired) 
Desk Sergeant, PD Captain, PD 

Griffin, Georgia Joliet, Illinois 



Hayes, John E. (Retired) 
Patrolman, PD 
Peekskill, New York 

Hayes, Joseph A. 

Lieutenant, PD 

Jersey City, New Jersey 



62 Hebrew, Carol Dean 
Patrolman, PD 
Longmont, Colorado 

49 Heckel, Richard Joseph 
Chief of Police, Penn 

Township, PD 
Trafford, Pennsylvania 



96 



5 * 

Acting Captain, PD 
Youngstown, Ohio 

43 Hedrick, Wilmer J, 
Chief of Police 
Henrico County PD 
Richmond, Virginia 

36 Heebing, Walter * 
Chief of Police, PD 
San Fernando, California 

45 Heer, Henry Mayo 

Major, Tennessee Highway 

Patrol 
Nashville, Tennessee 



36 



23 [ 



Lieutenant 
Alameda County SO 
Oakland, California 

62 Heiden, John L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Anderson, Indiana 

46 Heimke, Steen William 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

51 Heinrich, Walter C, 
Captain, PD 
Tampa, Florida 

58 Heinz, Lewis C* 
Detective, PD 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

23 Heitman, Clinton A, 
Captain, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 



28 



Deputy Sheriff 

Tuscarawas County Sheriff's 

Department 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 

50 Henderson, Clarence R. 
Chief Investigator 
Ventura County District 

Attorney's Office 
Ventura, California 

58 Henderson, Curtis L. 
Detective, PD 
Ottumwa, Iowa 



47 



54 



35 



34 



Sergeant 

Georgia State Patrol 

Atlanta, Georgia 

50 Hendricks, James F. 
Identification Officer, PD 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

19 Hendricks, William G. 

Lieutensmt, North Castle PD 
Armonk, New York 

49 Hendry, E. A. Doug 
Sheriff, Collier County 
Everglades, Florida 

53 Hennessey, Parker F. 

Lieutensmt, Maine State Police 
Augusta,, Maine 

32 Hennessy, Francis J. 

Superintendent of Police, PD 
Boston, Massachusetts 

61 Henning. Walter F. 
Inspector, PD 
New York, New York 



13 



Herfurth, Loren M, 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Flint, Michigan 

Hermanson, Donald C. 
Detective, PD 
Marquette, Michigan 

Hernandez Aquino, Jose W. 
Captain, Office of the 

Inspector General 
Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Hernandez -Navas, Antonio 
1st Lieutenant 
Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Herr, Alvin J. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 



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49 



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33 



15 



Herring, James E. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Dothan, Alabama 

Hershner, William B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Hertzing, Albert E. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Hervey, James S. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

Hess, Fred 

Chief of Police, PD 

Bloomfield, New Jersey 



23 Ressner, Lawrence A. 







Covina, California 


1 


Henry, Earl J. 
Colonel, Commissioner 




Lieutenant of Detectives, PD ^H 
Weehawken, New Jersey ^^M 


,» 


38 


Hels, Phillip J. 




Pennsylvania State Police 




^H 






Lieutenant, PD 




Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 


57 


Hetico« Richard Jacob ^^M 






Chicago, Illinois 


58 


Henry, J. Stewart 




Captain, Bureau of Police ^H 
Erie, Pennsylvania ^H 




47 


Hemingway, Charles R. * 




Captain, PD 




^H 






Chief of Police, PD 




White Plains, New York 


35 


Hettchen, John F* ^^M 






Midland, Texas 


38 


Hensley, Raymond William 

Superintendent 

St. Louis County PD 

Clayton, Missouri 

97 


28 


Detective Lieutenant, PD ^H 
Baltimore, Maryland ^^M 

Heveron, Eugene A. (SA, FBI) ^H 
Patrolman, PD ^^M 
Greece, New York ^H 



19 [ 



Patrolman, PD 

North Platte, Nebraska 

57 Hickman, Kennedy A. 

County Detective, Cape May 
County Prosecutor's Office 
Cape May Court House, N. J. 



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1 


38 


Hicks, James V. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sacramento, California 


1 


41 


Hidalgo, Jacinto 

Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 


1 


57 


Higgins, Maurice J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 


1 


15 


Hilbert, Lawrence J. (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 


1 


41 


Hilger, Dale 

Special Agent Investigator 

Alcohol & Tobacco Tax 

Division 
Little Rock, Arkansas 


1 


59 


Hill, Charles J. 

Sergeant, PD 

Sioux Falls, South Dakota 


1 


29 


Hill, Harry M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ridgway, Pennsylvania 


1 


45 


Hill, Kenneth M. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Eureka, California 


1 


53 


Hill, Raymond 
Sergeant, PD 
Middletown, New York 


1 


59 


Hill, Roy H. 
Detective, PD 
Boulder, Colorado 


1 


51 


Hilliard, Sidney M. 
Captain of Police, PD 
St, Petersburg, Florida 


1 


56 


Hilson, Henry W. 
Detective, PD 
Dothan, Alabama 



Identification Officer 
Stearns County SO 
St. Cloud, Minnesota 

26 Hinckley, Purlette (Retired) 
Lieutenant 

Michigan State Police 
East Lansing, Michigan 

60 Hindery, Lucian J. 

Administrative Assistant 
Alachua County SO 
Gainesville, Florida 

49 Hinds, Alberts. 
Captain 

Illinois State Highway Patrol 
Springfield, Illinois 

58 Hinds, Maxie A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lake City, South Carolina 

33 Hines, Jason David 
Lieutenant, PD 
Concord, New Hampshire 

30 Hinson, Royace B. 

Chief Probation Officer 
Dougherty County Juvenile 

Court 
Albany, Georgia 

52 Hird, Harry W. 
Sergeant, PD 
North Olmstead, Ohio 



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Patrolman, PD 
Billings, Montana 

59 Hitzfelder, Charles Joseph 
Sheriff, Medina County SO 
Hondo, Texas 

8 Hixenbaugh, Alonzo (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

28 Hlavaty, August 

Chief in Charge, Palisades 

Interstate Park Patrol 
Bear Mountain, New York 

57 Hlista, Walter 

Chief of Police, Harmony 

Township PD 
Ambridge, Pennsylvania 

98 



Detective - Sergeant, PD 
Vancouver, B. C. ;, Canada 

39 Hobbs, Curtis Leslie 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Sumter County SO 
Sumter, South Carolina 



32 



Plainclothes Patrolman, PD 
Moscow, Idaho 



24 Hockaday, Edmund I. 
Lieutenant Colonel 
State Highway Patrol 
Jefferson City, Missouri 

48 Hodges, Charles R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Oxford, Alabama 

42 Hodges, Charles W. 
Captain, PD 
Phoenix, Arizona 

26 Hoff, Clarence John 
Lieutenant, PD 
Waukegan, Illinois 

32 Hoffman, Garth L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ellensburg, Washington 

36 Hogan, Mike L. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Lake Charles, Louisiana 

34 Hogg, Richard L. * 

Sheriff, Brooks County SO 
Wellsburgh, West Virginia 

54 Holby, Earl H. 
Detective, PD 
Sharon, Pennsylvania 

48 Holcombe, Woodrow C. 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Spalding County SO 
Griffin, Georgia 

56 Holden, Joseph Gerald 
Lieutenant Detective, PD 
Anniston, Alabama 

41 Holiday, Joseph (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brattleboro, Vermont 



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60 Holifield, Lloyd E. 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Anchorage, Alaska 

45 Holland, Jesse Kenneth, Jr. 
City Sergeant 
South Norfolk, Virginia 

11 Holland, Nicholas H. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Salisbury, Maryland 

50 Hollingshead, Larry M. 
Warrant Officer, United 

States Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C. 

32 Hollingsworth, Clarence A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Greenville, Mississippi 

35 Holmes, Darrell 0. 
U. S. Marshal, Eastern 
District of Washington 
Spokane, Washington 

54 Holmes, J. Gordon 
Detective Lieutenant 
Baltimore County PD 
Towson, Maryland 

12 Holmes, Ray M. 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Poinsett County SO 
Harrisburg, Arkansas 

45 Holmquist, Merlin L. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Birmingham, Michigan 

18 Holt, Ernest William (Ret, ) 
Sergeant, PD 
Attleboro, Massachusetts 

54 Holt, J. Lester 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

47 Holt, J. W. 
Investigator 
State Crime Bureau 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 



30 



30 Hood, Oscar Lamar 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Milledgeville, Georgia 

58 Hooker, John Myron 
Patrolman, PD 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



36 



Lieutenant, Mecklenburg 

County PD 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

37 Hopkins, A. Lowell (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Redondo Beach, California 

45 Hopkins, Andrew L. 
Chief Criminal Deputy 

Sherii'f, Hinds County SO 
Jackson, Mississippi 



61 Howell, Richard B. , Jr. 
Chief Investigator 
Delaware State Police 
Wilmington, Delaware 

40 Howerton, J. Spencer (Ret. ) 
Major, Comnianding Officer, 

Detective Division, PD 
Richmond, Virginia 

13 Howerton, Roland R. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Worth, Texas 

62 Howes, George Warren 
Detective Sergeant 
Montgomery County PD 
Rockville, Maryland 

28 Hoy, John E. 

Sheriff, Westchester County SO 
White Plains, New York 



60 


Hopper, Frederick E. 








Captain, PD 


38 


Hoyt, Clement W. (Retired) 




Santa Ana, California 




Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Phoenix, Arizona 


50 


Horigaii, J. Edward 








Lieutenant, PD 


56 


Hubach, Jay H. 




Elmira, New York 




Lieutenant, PD 
Bay Village, Ohio 


11 


Hornbuckle, Howard F. * 




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Sheriff, Santa Clara County SO 


41 


Hubbard, Leroy Albert b7C 



San Jose, California 



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Deputy Sheriff 
Madison Parish SO 
Tallulah, Louisiana 



Patrolman, PD 
E vans V Hie, Indiana 

46 Horrigan, William C. 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 61 
Garfield Heights, Ohio 

14 Horton, Smith S. 

Chief oJ: Police, PD 46 

Rome, Georgia; 

52 House, Ramon Kenneth 

City Marshal 45 

Dodge City, Kansas 

33 Howard, George William 

Sheriff, Lincoln County SO 60 
North Platte, Nebraska 

53 Howell, John (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Salina, Kansas 



Chief of Police, PD 
Atherton, California 

Huber, Joseph G. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Elgin, Illinois 

Hubert, Raymond W. 

Captain, PD 

West Springfield, Massachisetts 

Hubertus, Cloyd F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Durango, Colorado 

Huddleston, Clarence Woodrow 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Miami Beach, Florida 

Huddleston, S. E. 
Inspector, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 



99 



12 Huffman, Yale B. , Jr. * 
Director, Department of 
Public Safety, Colonial 
Williamsburg, Inc. 
Williamsburg, Virginia 



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34 Hunt, JohnE. 
Lieutenant 

New Jersey State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

35 Hunter, Howard O. 
Captain, PD 



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Acting Sergeant of Detectives, 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




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PD 






1 




Johnstown, Pennsylvania 


21 


Hunter, Melville A. 
Supervisor 


1 


59 


Hughes, Herbert H. 
Sheriff -Coroner, Imperial 
County Sheriff's Dept. 




State Penitentiary 
Bismarck, North Dakota 


1 




El Centro, California 


46 


Huntington, George Earl, Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 


40 


Hughes, James W. 
Deputy Director 




Bloomington, Indiana 


^1 




Kentucky State Police 


30 


Huntley, Harvey R. * 


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Frankfort, Kentucky 




Chief of Police, PD 
Huron, South Dakota 


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22 


Hulme, Richard Arnold 






^1 




Deputy Sheriff 


31 


Hurden, Russell H. 


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Oklahoma County SO 




Chief of Police, PD 


1 


24 


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 


37 


Spring Lake, New Jersey 


* 


Hurlbert, William E. (Ret.) 


Chief Criminal Investigator 


Inspector, PD 


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Suffolk County District 




Jacksonville, Florida 


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Attorney's Office 






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Riverhead, New York 


15 


Hurlbut, Vincent B. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


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57 


Humphrey, Robert J. 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Akron, Ohio 




West Hartford, Connecticut 


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10 






Detective, PD 




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11 


Hunsaker, Golden L. (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police, PD 




Quincy, Illinois 


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Globe, Arizona 


13 


Hutchins, Arthur L. 
Special Agent, Georgia 


1 


60 


Hunsaker, Harold 
Lieutenant, PD 
Quincy, Illinois 


62 


Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Hutchinson, Edward L, , Jr. 


1 


22 


Hunt, Frank F. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lewiston, Idaho 


41 


Lieutenant, Shelby County SO 
Memphis, Tennessee 

Hutchinson, H. W. 


1 


19 


Hunt, FredR. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lodi, California 


35 


Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Monica, California 

Hutton, Jack 




55 


Hunt, Glenister A. 
Sergeant, Fresno County SO 
Fresno, California 


57 


Captain, PD 

San Antonio, Texas 

Hutton, VerlinR. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Alliance, Nebraska 

100 



55 Hyde, C. J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

44 Hydie, WiUiam A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Palo Alto, California 

26 Ibbott, Frederick H. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Troy, New York 

41 Immer, Earl L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar Falls, Iowa 

43 fmus, Elmer P. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kingman, Arizona 



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Major, Superintendent of 

Police, PD » 

Roanoke, Virginia 

33 Ingram, William K. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Compton, California 

45 Ireland, George E. b6 

Captain, PD b7c 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

61 Irizarry Velez, Rafael 

Lieutenant, Police of PuertoRioo 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

55 Isgrigg, Roy E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Joplin, Missouri 



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Sergeant, PD 
Kalamazoo, Michigan 

10 Jackson, Clarence S. ♦ 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lodi, California 



20 [ 



Captain, PD 

New Orleans, Louisiana 



25 [ 



Sergeant, Maryland Scate Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 



1 


35 


Jacobsmeyer, Adolph C. 

Captain, PD 

St. Louis, Missouri 


19 


Jennison, Arthur N. * 
High Sheriff 
Cheshire County SO 
Keene, New Hampshire 


49 


Johnson, F. Conrad 

Chief of Police, Hartford PD 

White River Junction, Vt. 




26 


Jagd, Richard H. 






36 


Johnson, George C. (Ret.) 






Chief of Police, PD 


22 


Jensen, Anton G. 




Sergeant Detective, PD 






Grand Forks, North Dakota 




Captain of Investigations, PD 
Menominee, Michigan 




Connellsville, Pennsylvania 




7 


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33 




33 


Johnson, George E. 
Captain in Charge of Records 
& Identification Division, PD 




Chiei Special Agenl 
Office of Attorney General 


1 1 * 




Patrolman, PD 






San Francisco, California 




Pierre, South Dakota 




Peoria, Illinois 


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39 


James, M. Meade 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kalispell, Montana 


42 


Jensen, Henry H. 
Captain, Police Bureau 
Rochester, New York 


52 


Johnson, Henry C. 
Lieutenant, N. C. State 
Highway Patrol 


9 












Raleigh, North Carolina 




31 


James, Virgil L. 


54 


Jensen, Nephi Golden 










Captain, PD 




Area Administrator 


44 


Johnson, Howard * 


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Port Huron, Michigan 




California Department of 




Sheriff, Carter County SO 


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Alcoholic Beverage Control 




Ardmore, Oklahoma 




38 


Janaites, Stanley John 




Los Angeles, California 




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Lieutenant, PD 






34 


Johnson, Karl M. b7C 




New Britain, Connecticut 


60 


Jensen, Ralph M. 




Chief of Police, PD 










Chief oi: Police, PD 




Grand Junction, Colorado 




30 


Janas, Stephen G. 
Chief of police, PD 




Albany, California 


37 


Johnson, Kenneth Charles 






Ridgewood, New Jersey 


46 


Jessup, Frank (Retired) 
First Sergeant Detective 




Captain, PD 
Sacramento, California 




30 


Janiec, Edward F. 




Indiana State Police 










Captain, PD 




Indianapolis, Indiana 


20 


Johnson, Kenneth K, 


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Wallington, New Jersey 


9 


Jessup, J., W. 




Major, State Highway Patrol 
Jefferson City, Missouri 




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Special Agent, State Bureau 










Patrolman, PD 




of Investigation 


56 


Johnson, M. Fred 






Buffalo, New York 




Raleigh, North Carolina 




Lieutenant, PD 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 


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52 


Jeffords, Marion M. 


13 


Jett, Lewis E. 










Lieutenant, PD 




Detective, PD 


53 


Johnson, Ralph S. 






Wilmington, North Carolina 




Spartanburg, South Carolina 




Chief of Detectives, PD 
Rapid City, South Dakota 




54 


Jeffries, Vernon E. 


7 


Jett, R. W. 










Investigator 




Inspector, PD 


34 


Johnson, Reeves E. 






District Attorney's Ctffice 




Nashville, Tennessee 




Chief of Police, PD 


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San Joaquin County 
Stockton, California 


49 


Jimenez; -Rosa, Octavio 
1st Lieutenant 


58 


Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Johnson, Rollie 


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55 


Jenkins, LeRoy C. 
Chief of Police 
Racine, Wisconsin 


46 


Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Johansen, Andrew C. 




Lieutenant 

Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort, Kentucky 




53 


Jennings, Harold Charles 
Detective, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 




Undersheriff 
Sonoma County SO 
Santa Rosa, California 


37 


Johnson, Wilbur Dewey 
Sheriff, Sierra County SO 
Downieville, California 




34 


Jennings, Martin 
Chief of Police, PD 


36 


Johnson, David H. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 


48 


Johnston, James Herbert 
Steward, Chatham County 



Madison, New Jersey 



Portland, Oregon 



Prison Farm System 
Savannah, Georgia 



101 



60 Johnston, Lewis S. 

Sheriff, Randall County SO 
Canyon, Texas 



45 



41 



22 



48 



52 



54 



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23 



Johnston, S. Clarence 
Chief of Police 
Cheltenham Township, PD 
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 

Johnston, William Frederick 
Chief, Duval County Road 

Patrol 
Duval County SO 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Joiner, William Dupree 
Chief of Police, PD 
Gainesville, Florida 

Jolliff, Harold (Retired) 
Captain, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Jolly, John B. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Jefferson County SO 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Jones, Belvany Gene 
Captain, PD 
Muskogee, Oklahoma 

Jones, Benjamin L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hutchinson, Kansas 



60 



62 



Deputy Sheriff 
Muskogee County SO 
Muskogee, Oklahoma 

32 Jones, Claude W. 
Captain, PD 
Beloit, Wisconsin 

61 Jones, Edward White 
Sergeant, North Carolina 

State Highway Patrol 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

8 Jones, Eugene S. (SA, FBI) 
Deputy Sheriff 
San Bernardino County SO 
San Bernardino, California 

25 Jones, George E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Richmond, California 



46 



33 



16 



61 



19 



36 



46 



15 



35 



35 



Jones, George H. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Hialeah, Florida 

Jones, George Thurman 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Guilford County Sheriff's 

Department 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

Jones, Howard W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
El Paso, Texas 

Jones, Keith L. 

Executive Secretary, Oregon 

Association of City Police 

Officers 
Eugene, Oregon 

Jones, Lawrence O. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Rock Island, Illinois 

Jones, Orville A. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

Jones, Richard J, (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Brattleboro, Vermont 

Jones, Russel Rahmes 
Agent in Charge, Cincinnati 

Enforcement District 
Ohio State Liquor Control Dept. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Jones, Thomas R. 

Chairman 

State Board of Parole 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 



Patrolman, PD 
Benham, Kentucky 



Patrolman 

Alabama Highway Patrol 

Montgomery, Alabama 

Jones, William Raynes 
Investigator, Alabama 

Department of Public Safety 
Montgomery, Alabama 



22 Jony, Joseph L. 

Commissioner ol Police, PD 
Carlstadt, New Jersey 

42 Jordan, E. Bodie 
Lieutenant 

Florida Highway Patrol 
Tallahassee, Florida 

51 Jordan, Herbert J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Burr Oak, Michigan 

16 Jordan, J. W. 

Asst. Security Specialist 
Security Department 
U* S. Naval Air Station 
San Diego, California 

59 Jordan, John William 
Patrolman, PD 
Darien, Connecticut 

32 Jordan, Richard F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

37 Jordan, Robert E. 
Captain, PD 
Denver, Colorado 

25 Jordan, Truett 

Chief of Police, PD 
Pharr, Texas 

48 Joseph, Edward M. 

Inspector, Port of New York 

Authority, PD 
New York, New York 

62 Jour nee, Phillips C. 
Detective, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

32 Juan, Celestino C. 

Congress of the Philippines 
Manila, Philippines 

60 Judd, Keith 

Chief of Police, PD 
Caldwell, Idaho 

44 Judge, Francis Paul 
Chief of Police, PD 
Carbondale, Pennsylvania 



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29 


Julian, W. B. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Durham, North Carolina 


53 


Kates, William H. 

Lieutenant 

San Joaquin County SO 

Stockton, California 


20 


Keleher, Robert V. 
Supervising Captain 
Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 


1 


58 


Juntunen, Oscar F. 










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Sheriff, Carlton County SO 


18 


Kean, William J, * 


24 


Keller, George W. 


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Carlton, Minnesota 




Chief of Police, PD 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 




Chief of Police, PD 
Paso Robles, California 


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36 


Jurras, Max Foster 
Deputy Sheriff 
Washington County SO 


15 




38 


Keller, Henry Edward 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 




1 




Sergeant, PD 




Montpelier, Vermont 




Eugene, Oregon 




New Canaan, Connecticut 


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49 


Kaake, Edward J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Essexville, Michigan 


5 


Kearney, Thomas Francis * 
Superintendent, Technical 
and Records Division, PD 


7 


Kelley, Ottis V. (SA, FBI) 
Identification Officer 
Berrien County SO 


1 








Kansas City, Missouri 




St. Joseph, Michigan b6 


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37 


Kamel, Ahmed Ahmed 








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Colonel 


60 


Kearns, William L. 


38 


Kelley, Roland R. * 


^1 




Cairo, Egypt 




Chief Investigator 

Adams County Sheriff's Dept. 




Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 


1 


/ 2 


Kaminsky, F. F. (Retired) 




Brighton, Colorado 






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Chief of Police, PD 






30 


Kelley, Ronald L. 


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Sacramento, California 


14 


Keating, Patrick J. 
Captain, PD 




Sergeant, Washington 
State Patrol 


H 


52 


Kampsen, Ralph B. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Irvington, New Jersey 




Olympia, Washington 


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Covington, Kentucky 


6 


Keating, Thomas H. * 
Superintendent, Identification 


36 


Kelley, Royal Hobart 
Deputy Sheriff 


H 


25 


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Bureau, PD 
Santa Barbara, California 




Dallas County SO 
Dallas, Texas 


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Sergeant, PD 


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Bristol, Connecticut 










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57 


Kebach, Rolland 


25 


Kelley, Ted J. * 


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1 29 


Kanz, Ed 0. 




Chief Agent, South Dakota 




Sheriff, Lawrence County SO 


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Chief of Police, University 
of Washington, PD 




Division of Criminal 
Investigation 




Deadwood, South Dakota 


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Seattle, Washington 




Pierre, South Dakota 


21 


Kelly, Charles E. 
Detective, PD 


1 


57 


Kapke, Laurel E. 
Detective, PD 


54 


Keefe, Charles J. , Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Passaic, New Jersey 


1 




Janesville, Wisconsin 




Hartford, Connecticut 


26 


Kelly, Frank 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 


39 


Karnopp, Merle Charles 


62 


Keeley, William Charles 




San Rafael, California 


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Sheriff, Lancaster County SO 




Lieutenant 




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Lincoln, Nebraska 




New York State Police 
Albany, New York 


20 


Kelly, Harold F. i / 
Chief of Police, PD i/ 


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52 


Karsonovich, Walter Francis 








Syracuse, New York/ 


^H 


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Chief of Police, PD 


25 


Keene, Forrest E. 






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Sharpsville, Pennsylvania 




Chief of Police 
University Park 


59 


Kelly, James C. , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 


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55 


Karst, John F. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Dallas, Texas 




Monroe, Louisiana 


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Jersey City, New Jersey 


21 


Keeter, Clifford K. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 


18 


Kelly, James F. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 


H 


58 


Kasten, Frank M. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Ogden, Utah 




New Britain, Connecticut 


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Palm Beach, Florida 


37 


Keith, ArdenF. (SA, FBI) 
Captain, PD 
Woodland, California 

103 


52 


Kelly, John J. 
Chief Inspector, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 


1 



62 Kelly, Joseph B. 

Captain of Police, PD 
New Britain, Connecticut 

25 Kelly, Leo T. , Jr. 
Inspector, PD 
Baltimore, Maryland 

37 Kelly, Michael Edward 
Chief of Police, PD 
Clinton, Massachusetts 

40 Kelly, Oliver 
Captain, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 

40 Kelly, William Eraser 
Chief of Police, PD 
Charleston, South Carolina 

25 Kelly, William Paul (Retired) 
Captain, New Jersey State 

Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

43 Kelsay, Dan 

Sheriff, Stanislaus County SO 
Modesto, California 

33 Kemmerer, Frank H. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Richmond, Virginia 

13 Kemp, E. J. 

Deputy U. S. Marshal 
Greenville, South Carolina 

28 Kemple, James S. 
Sergeant, PD 
Baltimore, Maryland 



12 Kennedy, W. R. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

35 Kennedy, Walter R. , Jr. 
Captain, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 

32 Kenney, Edward H. 
Patrolman, PD 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 



15 



Captain, PD 
Fort Dodge, Iowa 



15 



Deputy Sheriff 
Thurston County SO 
Olympia, Washington 



48 [ 



Agent, Tennessee Board of 

Investigation 
Nashville, Tennessee 



47 



58 Kennedy, Bernard J. 

Superintendent of Police, PD 
Peoria, Illinois 

60 Kennedy, Michael A. , Jr. 
Sergeant, PD 
White Plains, New York 

26 Kennedy, Stephen P. 

Police Commissioner, PD 
New York, New York 



Lieutenant 

Arkansas State Police 

Little Rock, Arkansas 

50 Kent, Malcolm J. 
Inspector, PD 
Calgary, Alberta, Canada 

48 Kent, Marvin H. 

Sergeant, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

55 Kentner, Stanley L. 
Acting Lieutenant of 

Detectives, PD 
Danville, Illinois 

59 Kerkeles, John H. 
Chief Investigator 
Davidson County Sheriff* s 

Patrol 
Nashville, Tennessee 

61 Kern, Gordon William George 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Bismarck, North Dakota 

62 Kerr, Lawrence 
Sergeant, Division of Police 
Louisville, Kentucky 

19 Kerr, Roy D. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Tacoma, Washington 



49 Kerrigan, John J. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 

16 Kesler, Ralph E. 
Captain, PD 
Salisbury, North Carolina 

35 Ketcham, Robert 
Sergeant, PD 
South St. Paul, Minnesota 

25 Ketchum, Harold ? 

Sergeant, PD 
Schenectady, New York 

29 Kettells, Or in A. 
Captain, PD 
Des Moines, Iowa 

40 Key, James A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 

21 Key, Oran * 

Sheriff, Wilbarger County SO 
Vernon, Texas j^G 

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60 Kidd, M. E. 
Captain 

Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



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Lieutenant, PD 
Berkeley, California 

56 Killeen, John J. 
Captain, PD 
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 

15 Kimbrough, Newman W. 
Major, Chief, Service 
Division, Department of 
Public Safety 
Montgomery, Alabama 

15 Kimbrough, W. G. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Coral Gables, Florida 

34 Kimple, Lyle C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Beaver, Pennsylvania 

35 King, Robert B. 

Captain, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 



104 



35 


King, Roger Mizelle 


32 


Klancher, J. A. 


61 


Klundt, Arthur 




Identification Aide, II, PD 




Chief of Police, Upper 




Chief Criminal Deputy 




Atlanta, Georgia 




St. Clair Township PD 




Walla Walla County SO 






33 


South Hills, Pennsylvania 
Klaumann, Clyde Pattison 


43 


Walla Walla, Washington 
Knight, Brady M. 


6 


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Patrolman, State Police 




Boise, Idaho 




Chief of Police, PD 
CarmeL, California 




Chief of Police 

DeKalb County Department 


59 


Kinnamon, Brice G. 








of Public Safety 




Chief of Police, PD 


58 


Klein, Robert William 




Decatur, Georgia 




Cambridge, Maryland 




Criminal Investigator 












Ordnance Corps, Military 


60 


Knight, James Thornton 


•: 15 


Kinney, Vincent R. (SA, FBI) 




Police Detachment (CI) 




Lieutenant 




Patrolman, PD 




Birmingham, Alabama 




Maryland State Police 




Barberton, Ohio 


57 


Klempel, Richard E. 




Pikesville, Maryland 


8 


Kinsella, John D. (SA, FBI) 




Chief of Police, PD 


33 


Knight, John H. , Jr. 




Patrolman, PD 




Grand Haven, Michigan 




Chief of the Traffic 




Auburn, New York 








Division, PD 






49 


Klimek, Adam G. 




Macon, Georgia 


50 


Kinsey, Paul S. 




Detective, PD 








Lieutenant 




Bristol, Connecticut 


51 


Knop, Elmer H. 




Ohio State Highway Patrol 








Lieutenant, PD 




Columbus, Ohio 


49 


Kline, Charles Harry 
Captain, PD 




Euclid, Ohio 


57 


Kirby, Frank 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 




Cincinmiti, Ohio 


36 


Knowles, Russell Conrad (Ret. ) 
Captain, PD ^6 




Ouachita Parish SO 


61 


Kline, James S. 




Logan, Utah j^^^ 




Monroe, Louisiana 




Special Agent, Kansas Bureau 












of Investigation 


10 


Knox, OklaH. (Retired) 


1 ^ 


Kirkpatrick, MatthewC. (Ret.) 


Topeka, Kansas 




Lieutenant 


I- 


Colonel, Chief of Police 








Michigan State Police 


i 


Division of Police 


29 


Kline, Norman F. (Retired) 




East Lansing, Michigan 




Dayton, Ohio 




Captain, PD 












Potts ville, Pennsylvania 


54 


Knudson, Ralph C. 


26 


Kiser, Harold B. 








Lieutenant, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 


36 


Kline, Raymond James * 




Salt Lake City, Utah 




Hagerstown, Maryland 




Chief De^puty Sheriff 












Tehama County SO 


58 


Knust, William 


59 


Kistner, John B. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Red Blui;f, California 




Detective, PD 
Nutley, New Jersey 




Chicago, Illinois 


56 


Kling, J, B. , Jr. 












Chief Cr iminal Deputy Sheriff 


5 


Knuth, Walter E. (Retired) 


32 


Kitchen, P. R. 




East Baton Rouge Parish SO 




Sergeant, PD 




Agent, North Carolina State 




Baton Rouge, Louisiana 




Benton Harbor, Michigan 




Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 


11 


Klingbell, Ernest R. * 


12 


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1 h 


V 






Chief of Police, PD 




Patrolman, PD 


34 


Kitchens, Jesse V. 
State Fire Marshal 




Houghton, Michigan 




Hastings, Nebraska 




Montgomery, Alabama 


39 




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56 


Kochanek, Harry 
Chief of Police, PD 




Sergeant, PD 




50 


Kittlinger, Charles G. , Jr. 
Detective Sergeant 




St. Louis, Missouri 




Port Angeles, Washington 




Monroe County SO 


62 


Kluegl, Michael Valentine 


59 


Koenig, Thelbert E. 




Rochester, New York 




Detective, PD 




Detective Sergeant 








North Bergen, New J 


ersey 




Division of Police 



Louisville, Kentucky 



105 



31 Koerber, William F. 
Captain, PD 
Oak Park, Illinois 



59 Koetting, Thomas J. 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Racine, Wisconsin 57 

58 Kofford, Don B. 

Sheriff, Emery County SO 
Castle Dale, Utah 55 



39 Kohler, Alfred Charles 
Chief of Police, PD 
Huntington, New York 

17 Kolkhorst, G. H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Coos Bay, Oregon 



51 Kopacka, Louis 
Sergeant, PD 
Cleveland, Ohio 



55 



61 



Kortz, Ralph G. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Long Beach, California 

Kosalos, George J. 
Lieutenant Deputy Sheriff 
Milwaukee County SO 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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Investigator, Prosecutor's 

Office, Essex County 
Newark, New Jersey 

do Koury, Ralph Joseph 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cranford, New Jersey 



53 Kowski, Frank F. 

Trainii^ Center Supervisor 
National Park Service 
Yosemite National Park 
Yosemite, California 



Krajewski, Walter M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Old Forge, Pennsylvania 

Kramer, Arnold R. 
Sergeant, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



26 Konicek, Joseph, Jr. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police 
Racine, Wisconsin 52 



55 Kramer, Theodore J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cudahy, Wisconsin 

34 Kranyik, James 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fairfield, Connecticut 



Krause, James 

Sergeant, PD 

St, Louis, Missouri 



51 Kopansky, Ralph M. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Los Alamos, New Mexico 32 

24 Kopp, Gerald C. 
Captain, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

55 Kording, William G. 

Chief of Police 55 

Sewickley Heights Borough 
Sewickley, Pennsylvania 



42 Krausse, Gus O. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brownsville, Texas 



Krell, Joseph J. 

Security Administrative 
Officer, Public Buildings 
Service, General Services 
Administration 

Washington, D. C 

Kretchmar, A. A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Seattle, Washington 



53 Krider, Herberts* 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hatfield, Pennsylvania 

38 Krieg, Harry J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Waterloo, Iowa 

58 Kristofek, Andrew 
Captain, PD 
Bristol, Virginia 

43 Krohn, Ernest K. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Maywood, New Jersey 



21 Krosnicki, Peter P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Antigo, Wisconsin 



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Detective, PD 
Kingston, New York 

46 Krupinsky, Wesley P. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Woodstock, Vermont 

31 Krupp, Ben (Retired) 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Cruz, California 

28 Kruse, Henry S. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Rumson, New Jersey 

7 Kubath, Erwin H. * 

Sheriff, Berrien County SO 
St. Joseph, Michigan 

19 Kubisty, Walter F. 
Captain, PD 
Lackawanna, New York 

31 Kummer, William E. 
Captain, PD 
Long Beach, California 

50 Kummerle, George F. 
Inspector, PD 
Mount Vernon, New York 

30 Kupcha, John 
Captain, PD 
Whiting, Indiana 



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Sergeant, PD 

East St. Louis, Illinois 

30 Kyle, K. D. 
Investigator 

District Attorney's Office 
Angleton, Texas 

58 Laabs, Vernon C. 
Captain, PD 
Marinette, Wisconsin 

38 Laak, Everett R. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Winona, Minnesota 



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106 



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60 


Lace, Harry 
Captain, PD 
Newport Beach, California 


38 


Landis, Howard 0. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lewistown, Pennsylvania 


60 


LaRue, James A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 


51 


Lackey, Drue H. , Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 


59 


Landrum, Clarence E. 
Sheriff, Montgomery County SO 
Montgomery City, Missouri 


40 


Lary, Curtis 
Chief of Police, PD 
Greenwood, Mississippi 



36 Lackey, Gilbert L. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Columbia, South Carolina 

16 LaDuke, Howard C. (SA, FBI) 
State Investigator, Attorney 

General* s Office 
Montpelier, Vermont 

60 LaHive, Paul A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Quincy, Massachusetts 

56 Laird, Stanley H. 
Sergeant 

Alaska Territorial Police 
-%Iuneau, Alaska . ^^. 

33 Lamb, Frederick K. (Ret. ) 
Major, Delaware State Police 
Dover, Delaware 

49 Lambert, Anton Hardy 
Chief of Police, PD 
Cedar City, Utah 

9 Lambert, D. T. 

Major, State Highway Patrol 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

55 LaMettry, Robert 
Sergeant, PD 
Richfield, Minnesota 

29 Lamoureaux, Artel J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
San Leandro, California 

44 Lamphere, Alfred J. 
Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Johnson City, New York 

31 Lander, George E. 
Sergeant, PD 
Yorkville, Ohio 

39 Landers, Joe T. (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 



60 Landsdowne, Paul F. 
Captain, PD 
Long Beach, California 

49 Lane, Jean R, 
Chief of Police 
Maui County PD 
Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii 

24 Lane, Marvin G. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Detroit,, Michigan 

34 Lane, Tom W. * 

Sheriff, Wharton County SO 
Wharton, Texas 

53 Lange, Herbert W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Elgin, Illinois 



33 



Patrolman, PD 
LaGrange, Illinois 



39 Langner, Richard B. 
Captain 

California Highway Patrol 
Sacramento, California 

59 LaPoirite, Lyle J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

59 Lapp, Harris W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Monroe, Michigan 



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55 



59 



Lassiter, Nolan H. , Jr. 
Special Investigator 
District Attorney's Office 
Lubbock, Texas 

Laster, Allen 0. 
Patrolman, PD 
Pasadena, Texas 



32 



Deputy Sheriff 
Morehouse Parish SO 
Bastrop, Louisiana 

54 La Rossa, Michael, Jr. 

Detective Lieutenant, Mercer 

County Prosecutor's Office 
Trenton, New Jersey 



32 



61 



48 



58 



44 



58 



48 



Detective, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Lathrop, Lyle M. 
Captain, Pierce County SO 
Tacoma, Washington 

Latulipe, Francis X. (Ret. ) 
Director, Bureau of 

Criminology, PD 
San Francisco, California 

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Lavengood, John D. b7C 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Wabash, Indiana 

Lavin, William V. , Sr. 
Detective, Bureau of Police 
Sharon, Pennsylvania 

Lavish, Charles F. 

Chief of Police, Borough of 

Forest Hills, PD 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Lawlor, George F. , Jr. 

Sergeant, PD 

New Haven, Connecticut 



Lieutenant, PD 
Bergenfield, New Jersey 

Lawo, George Anthony 
Inspector, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

Lawrence, Carl L. 

Major, Delaware State Police 

Dover, Delaware 



107 



35 Lawrence, Henry James 
Chief of Police, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

48 Lawrence, Joseph R. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Oakland, California 

17 Lawson, H. Carlyle, Jr. 
Corporal 

Vermont State Police 
Montpelier, Vermont 

50 Layton, John B. 

Inspector, Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

62 Lazaro, Vivencio B. 
Special Agent, National 
Bureau of Investigation 
Manila, Philippines 

35 Lea, J. W. 

Master Sergeant 
U. S. Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C 

12 Leach, Amos W. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Grants, New Mexico 

53 Leach, Melvin H. 

Inspector, U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 

31 Leahy, John P. 

Detective Lieutenant 
Montgomery County PD 
Rockville, Maryland 

37 Lear, Kenneth W. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lansdale, Pennsylvania 

4 Leary, John V. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Waterbury, Connecticut 

57 Leavitt, Norman W. 
Inspector, PD 
Manchester, New Hampshire 

31 LeBeau, Leo P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ogdensburg, New York 

26 Leblanc, Cyrille (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Gardner, Massachusetts 



59 LeBlanc, George W. 

Asst. Chief Criminal Deputy 
East Baton Rouge Parish SO 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

20 Leddy, Francis D. 

Chief of Police, Village of 

East Hampton, PD 
East Hampton, New York 



13 



Lieutenant, PD 
Clarksville, Tennessee 



42 Lee, Martin M. 
Captain, PD 
San Francisco, California 



33 



40 



Detective Lieutenant, PD 
St. Petersburg, Florida 

Lee, William Harry (SA, FBI) 48 
Criminal Investigator 
Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 



31 Legg, George W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brielle, New Jersey 

53 Lehmann, Donald J. 
Captain 

Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 



32 Leisure, Melvin G. (Retired) 
Major, Delaware State Police 58 
Dover, Delaware 



17 LePore, Ralph I^ank 
Special Investigator 
Ohio County SO 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

8 Leslie, Henry Arthur (Ret .) 
Superintendent, Metropolit;im 

PD, New Scotland Yard 
London, England 

33 Lester, Robert Rex 
Chief of Police, PD 
Norman, Oklahoma ? 

61 LeVan, Raymond E. 

Major, Armed Services Police 
Washington, D. C. ' 

51 Leverett, George T. , Jr. 
Captain, PD 
High Point, North Carolina 

he 

Levings, Howard F. b7C 

Director, Plymouth County 

Bureau of Criminal 

Investigation 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 

57 Lewko, Alexander P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newport, New Hampshire 

22 Liles, Granville B. 
Asst. Superintendent 
Mammoth Cave National Park 
Mammoth Cave, Kentucky 



3 Lenahan, Patrick J. (Retired) 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Cleveland, Ohio 

47 Lenhart, John J. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Spokane, Washington 

39 Leonard, Arthur H. , Jr. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Miami Beach, Florida 

59 Leonard, Tyree B. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Dallas, Texas 



Liles, Russell A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



29 Lilya, Edwin R. 
Investigator, State's 

Attorney's Office 
Allegany County 
Cumberland, Maryland 

61 Limber, James M. 

Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Cleveland, Ohio 

34 Lincecum, Scott F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Redding, California 

52 Lindsey, William H. , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 



108 



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51 


Lindquist, John A. 
Captain, PD 
Berkeley, California 


4 


Lobley, Carl R. 
Captain, PD 
Bangor, Maine 


51 


Looney, Louis D. , Jr. 
Clerk, Police Court 
Norfolk, Virginia 




6 


Lineback, C. L. 

City Manager 

Salisbury, North Carolina 


43 


Locke, Judson Singley * 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Gulfport, Mississippi 


35 


Lorenzo, Ambrosio Z. 
Captain, PD 
Manila, Philippines 




4 


Lineberry, Stanhope (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police 
Mecklenburg County PD 
Charlotte, North Carolina 


7 


Lockwood, John F. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant, State Police 
Concord, New Hampshire 


46 


Loris, Joseph H. 

Sergeant, PD 

East Hampton, New York 


Z 


44 




37 


Loe, Dallas A. (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 
Dallas, Texas 


54 


Lorton, William D. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Radford, Virginia 


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Captain of Detectives, PD 






Danville, Virginia 










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59 


Loeffler, Robert W. 


27 


Louden, Kenneth E. 


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61 


Linn, Eugene 

Undersheriff, DeltaCounty SO 




Captain, PD 

La Crosse, Wisconsin 




City Detective, PD 
Connellsville, Pennsylvania 


" 




Delta, Colorado 
















41 


Lofquist, George 


55 


Louthian, LandonMcD. , Jr. 




31 


Linnander, Marshall E. 
Inspector, Administration 

Bureau, PD 
Duluth, Minnesota 


16 


Chief of Detectives, PD 
Sacramento, California 

Lofistrom, Walter T. 
Captain of Detectives, PD 


51 


Corporal 

Charleston County PD 

Charleston, South Carolina 

Louwers, Arthur E. 




53 


Litchard, J. Milton 
Captain, PD 




McKee sport, Pennsylvania 




Chief of Police, PD 
Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. 






Niagara Falls, New York 


33 


Loftis, Maury F. 
Chief of Police, PD 


33 


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Lovett, Clarence Joseph b7C 




49 


Little, BenE. (Retired) 




Reidsville, North Carolina 




Chief of Police, PD 


'm 




Chief of Police, PD 
Springfield, Illinois 


36 


Loftus, Michael Thomas 
Sergeant, PD 


55 


Asheboro, North Carolina 
Lovette, Wilbur C. 




8 


Little, M. M. * 




Omaha, Nebraska 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


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Chief of Police, PD 
Hattiesburg, Mississippi 


32 


London, Carl 

Sergeant, Metropolitaa PD 


6 


Lumberton, North Carolina 
Lowdermilk, John A. 




2 


Littlefield, Ernest A. (Ret.) 
Chief of Detectives, PD 




St. Louis, Missouri 




Agent, State Bureau of 
Investigation 


' 




phoenix, Arizona 


30 


Long, Theodore R. (Retired) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 




Raleigh, North Carolina 




55 


Livingston, Gerald W. 




Clinton, Iowa 


59 


Lowe, Eugene E. 


^ 




Chief of Police, PD 








Sheriff, Lee County SO 






North Kansas City, Missouri 


57 


Long, W. Roy 
Captain, PD 




Opelika, Alabama 




18 


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Greenville, Mississippi 


28 


Lowe, James T. (Retired) 


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Chief Investigator 








Chief, Duval County Road 


: , 




Salt Lake County SO 


56 


Long, William A. 




Patrol, Duval County SO 






Salt Lake City, Utah 




Chief of Police, PD 
Dunbar, West Virginia 




Jacksonville, Florida 




57 


Lloyd, George Minor 
Captain, PD 


8 


Longo, A.. J. 


2 


1* 




Detective Lieutenant, PD 






Richmond, Virginia 




Chief of Police, PD 
Palm Beach, Florida 




Riverside, California 




28 


Lloyd, Kenneth E. 






16 


Lowman, George L. 






Lieutenant, PD 


35 


Lonier, Roderic Stevens 




Deputy Sheriff 






Elgin, Illinois 




Chief of Police, PD 




Nueces County SO 



Wadsworth, Ohio 



Corpus Christi, Texas 



109 



43 Lowrey, H. B. (SA, FBI) 
Captain 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma Ci ty, Oklahoma 



45 



20 



Lieutenant, PD 
Bristol, Virginia 



61 Lozano, Abel M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Harlingen, Texas 

22 Lucas, Ferris E. * 

Sheriff, St. Clair County SO 
Port Huron, Michigan 

11 Luce, Edward James 
Lieutenant 

Vermont State Police 
Montpelier, Vermont 



14 



Captain of Detectives, PD 
Yakima, Washington 



39 



53 



15 



32 



35 



Lyden, Timothy J. 
Major, Office of Special 

Investigations, U, S. 

Air Force 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Lynch, Bob B. 
Captain, PD 
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 

Lynch, James J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 



46 Lugo Cay, Andres 

Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 15 



37 Lugo-Mendez, Ernesto 

Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 



San Juan, Puerto Rico 



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Lieutenant, PD 
Belleville, Illinois 

27 Luke, Kenneth E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

40 Lumpkin, George L. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

31 Lunsford, Homer Lafayette 
Trooper 

Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta, Georgia 

62 Lux, Henry Eugene, Sr. 
Captain, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 



53 



37 



49 



62 



18 



33 



Under sher ill, Riverside 

County SO 
Riverside, California 

Lynch, William J. 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 

Claremont, New Hampshire 

Lynn, Donald F. 
Inspector, Alameda County 
District Attorney's Office 
Oakland, California 

Lynn, Idus J. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bainbridge, Georgia 

Lyon, Russell W. 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 

Lyons, Joseph B. (Retired) 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Newton, Massachusetts 

Lyons, Thomas V. 
Captain, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 

Maack, William H. 

Captain, PD 

Little Rock, Arkansas 

Mabray, Coleman (SA, FBI) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock, Texas 

MacBey, Robert P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wellesley, Massachusetts 



34 Macdonald, James C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

10 Mace, R. R. 
Sergeant, PD 
Tacoma, Washington 

36 Maclver, Malcolm N. 
Sergeant, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

52 Macken, James J. , Jr. - 

Chief of Police, PD 
Rochester, Minnesota 

27 Mackie, Charles Arthur 
Chief of Police, PD 
New Westminister, British 
Columbia, Canada 

47 MacLaughlin, Harold L. j^^ 

Chief of Police, PD '^^^ 

Eau Claire, Wisconsin 

32 MacMillan, Wilbur R. 
Captain, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

43 MacWilliams, George D. 
Captain, PD 
Melrose, Massachusetts ^ 

9 Madden, Henry E. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Newport, Rhode Island 

62 Madden, John Daniel 
Sergeant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 

34 Madden, John E. 

Captain, Chief of Detectives, PD 
Long Beach, New York 

50 Maddy, Ray H. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Albany, Oregon 

32 Madigan, Frank L 

Captain, Alameda County SO 
Oakland, California 

39 Madison, Charles James 
Identification Officer 
Essex County SO 
Newark, New Jersey 



110 



62 Madrid, Roy Charles 53 

Sergeant, PD 
Winslow, Arizona 



55 



Captain, Pi) 

Hariingen, Texas 



}37 



45 Maggianetti, Dan, Jr. 
Director, Service -Safety 
East Liverpool, Ohio 

27 Magner, James 
Captain, PD 
Waterbury, Connecticut 



36 



62 



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Patrolman, PD 

North Bergen, New Jersey 

24 Maguire, Hubert C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Belmont, Massachusetts 

31 Mahaffey, Edward R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Eveleth, Minnesota 



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Special Investigator 
Orleans Parish Grand Jury 
New Orleans, Louisiana 



16 



Constable and Acting Chief of 

Police, PD 
Lindsay, California 

43 Mahoney, James F. 
Chief of Police 
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 

52 Mahoney, James M. 
Inspector, Deputy Chief 
Fairfax County PD 
Fairfax, Virginia 

31 Mahoney, Joseph P. 
Captain, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

58 Maige, Robert Gwynn 
Captain, PD 
Tallahassee, Florida 

62 Maileff , Charles Williams 
Chief of Police, PD 
Glens Falls, New York 



Main, Charles Victor 
Chief of Police^ PD 
Frederick, Maryland . 

Makartjwich, Edmund J. 
Special Officer, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

Malak, Ray 
Captain, PD 
Calumet City, Illinois 

Maldonado Cruz, Tomas 
Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 



1 Marcel, Camille L. 
Captain, PD 
Pittsfierd^ Massachusetts 

32 Marckini, Alfreds. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cambricfee, Massachusetts 



52 



Sergeant^ PD 
Honolulu, Hawaii 



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29 



Patrolman, PD 

Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. 

Maloney, Floyd J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin 



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Lieutenant, PD 
Worcester, Massachusetts 

44 Maness, Charles E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Billings, Montana 

35 Mann, Floyd H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Opelika, Alabama 

20 Manning, Frank W. 

Captain, El Paso County SO 
El Paso, Texas 

1 Manning, Fred J. (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 
Miami, Florida 

49 Manning, James J. , Jr. 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Newport, Rhode Island 

40 Mapp, Ivjm D. 

Commissioner of Revenue 
Princess Anne County 
Princess Anne, Virginia 

57 Maraggos, William, Jr. 
Chief Investigator 
Arapahoe County SO 
Littleton, Colorado 



12 Marino, Vincent S. 
Captain j PD 
Middletown, Connecticut 

28 Markham, Joseph F. (Ret. ) 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Troy, New York 

30 Markhard, Andrew 

Deputy Superintendent of 

Police, PD 
Boston, Massachusetts 



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59 Marks, John M. 
Sergeant, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 

11 Mar ley, William J. 

Captain, Metropolitan PD 
Boston, Massachusetts 

30 Marlowe, Frank B. 
Criminal Investigator 
San Mateo County SO 
Redwood City, California 



44 Marlowe, Harold Clinton 

Captain, Los Angeles County SO | 
Los Angeles^ California 

16 Marlowe, William F. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Savannah, Georgia 



37 [ 



Patrolman, PD 
Stockton, California 

59 Marriner, Thomas Scott 
Sergeant, Chicago Park 

District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 



111 



17 



Senior Investigator, Texas 
Rangers, State Department 
of Public Safety 

Houston, Texas 

50 Martin, Charles E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



41 



Sergeant, PD 

El Dorado, Arkansas 



54 Martin, Cuyler N. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Yuba City, California 

41 Martin, George A. K. 
Asst. Chief of Police 
County of Hawaii PD 
Territory of Hawaii 
Hilo, Hawaii 

49 Martin, Jack C. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Downey, California 

38 Martin, John Gray 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

29 Martin, John L. , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Poughkeepsie, New York 

62 Martin, Raymond V* 
Inspector, PD 
New York, New York 



45 



Patrolman, PD 
Columbus, Georgia 



54 Martin, Robert W. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Middletown, Connecticut 



27 



54 



51 



10 



44 



51 



33 



58 



45 



Marx, Robert 34 

Colonel, Chief 
Maine State Police 
Augusta, Maine 

Masland, Homer D. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Newburgh, New York 

Mason, Charles A. 
Sergeant, U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 

Mason, E. Fleming (SA, FBI) 
Captain, State Highway Patrol 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Mason, Ernest J. 
Inspector, Nebraska State 

Liquor Commission 
North Platte, Nebraska 



36 



54 



32 



28 



42 



57 



Detective, KencucKy State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

Massey, J. P. * 16 

Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Bibb County SO 
Macon, Georgia 

9 
Mass Vinet, Salvador 
Assistant Director 
Identification Division 
Police of Puerto Rico 53 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Masters, Eugene H. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 48 

Lincoln, Nebraska 

Masterson, Archie Clinton 
Chief of Police, PD 43 

Miami, Oklahoma 

Matheson, John R. 

1st Lieutenant 49 

U. S. Marine Corps 



Mathurin, Henry L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Putnam, Connecticut 

Matos Colon, Miguel 
Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Matteson, F. L. * 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 

Missoula, Montana 

Matthes, Charles B. 
Detective, Wayne County SO 
Detroit, Michigan 

Matthews, Carroll L. 

Lieutenant, PD 

El Dorado, Arkansas 

Mattson, Edward T. 
Asst. Superintendent 
Minnesota Bureau of 

Criminal Apprehension 
St. Paul, Minnesota 

Maupin, G. W. (Retired) 
Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Lexington, Kentucky 

Maxey, C. C. 

Sheriff, McLennan County 

Waco, Texas 

Maxin, George J. 
Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Youngstown, Ohio 



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patrolman, PD 
Sharon, Pennsylvania 

Maxwell, Raymond J. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 
Bessemer, Alabama 

Mayber, Robert L. 
Captain of Detectives, PD 



6 


Martinez, A. B. 
Chief of Police, PD 


Washington, D. C. 




Pueblo, Colorado 




Santa Fe, New Mexico 15 


Mathis, William E. (Ret.) 
Patrolman, PD 


35 


Mayes, Thomas Reeves 
Captain, PD 


54 


Martino Martinez, Jesus 
Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 


Elkhart, Indiana 




Tuscaloosa, Alabama 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 27 


Mathues, Theodore F. 
Patrolman, PD 
Donora, Pennsylvania 

112 


49 


Mayfield, E. L. 
Lieutenant, Department of 

Territorial Police 
Juneau, Alaska 



4 Mayforth, Jesse (Retired) 
Acting Lieutenant 
Nassau County PD 
Mineola, New York 

62 Maynard, David Insell 
Lieutenant of Police, PD 
Hialeah, Florida 

28 Maynard, Earl R. 

Chief of Detectives, PD 
Rock Island, Illinois 

47 McAden, H. L. 
Inspector, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

49 McAfee, Claud Jackson 
Special Agent, Tennessee 

Bureau of Criminal 

Identification 
Nashville, Tennessee 

54 McAuley, Thomas James 
Sergeant, PD 
Opelika, Alabama 

4 McAuliffe, James S. 
Colonel 
Superintendent, Montgomery 

County, PD 
Rockville, Maryland 

52 McAuliffe, Lester E. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
St. Paul, Minnesota 

39 McCabe, Frank W. (Ret.) 
Lieutenant Inspector, PD 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 



19 [ 



Sergeant, PD 
Portland, Oregon 

42 McCarroll, Bruns McKie 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

62 McCarthy, John J. 

Parole Officer, N. Y. State 

Division of Parole 
New York, New York 

24 McCarthy, Kevin P. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Providence, Rhode Island 



31 McCarthy, Thomas V. 22 

Chief of Police, PD 
Bristol, Connecticut 

34 Mccarty, Henry T. 49 

Chief of Police, PD 
Great Barrington, Mass. 

28 McClelland, Joseph H. (Ret.) 45 
Chief of Police, PD 
Los Altos, California 



McDaniel, William A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Nashville, Tennessee 



25 McClenathan, Zenas G. 
Captain, PD 
Marion, Ohio 

35 McCollum, Bernard * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chula Vista, California 

28 McCoy, Charles H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Boonton, New Jersey 

28 McCranie, Burgess E. * 
Mayor 
Bossier City, Louisiana 



49 



Inspector intelligence and 
Security Division, Army 
Ballistics Missile Agency 
Redstone Arsenal 
Huntsville, Alabama 

55 McCrate, John T. 
Sergeant, Ohio State 

Highway Patrol 
Columbus, Ohio 

62 McCrory, John P,. 
Staff Captain 
Indiana State Police 
Indiana]}olis, Indiana 



46 



Tecftnicai sergeant 
U. S. Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C. 

40 McCusker, Thomas P. 
Lieuten;ant, PD 
Brookiine, Massachusetts 

53 McCutchen, David A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Savannah Beacii, Georgia 



43 



55 



31 



43 



33 



33 



34 



33 



19 



Captain, PD 

Albany, Georgia 

McDonald, Joseph P. 
Captain, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 

McDonald, Paul R. 
Lieutenant 

Arkansas State Police 
Little Rock, Arkansas 

McDonald, Ross R. 
Deputy Commissioner 
California Highway Patrol 
Sacramento, California 

McDonnell, Martin C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
San Mateo, California 

McDonough, Joseph V. 

City Marshal, PD b6 

Salem, Massachusetts b7C 

McDougall, Robert B; 
Lieutenant, PD 
Tacoma, Washington 



Captain 

Alabama Highway Patrol 

Montgomery, Alabama 

McElhinney, John F. 

Captain, PD 

Boston, Massachusetts 

McEnaney, Thomas L. (SA, FBI) 
Inspector, PD 
Newton, Massachusetts 

McFadden, Neil M. 
Lieutenant, Haverford 

Township, PD 
Havertown, Pennsylvania 

McFarlane, A. E. 
Special Investigator 
Placer County District 

Attorney* s Office 
Auburn, California 



113 



28 


McFarlin, Harold R. 


44 


Mclntyre, Stanley L. 


45 


McLaughlin, Arthur E, 




Chief of Police, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Lieutenant, Prosecutor's 




Irondequoit, New York 




Littleton, New Hampshire 




Office, Essex County 
Newark, New Jerijey 


17 


McFeely, Dennis E. * 


8 


Mclsaac, Arthur W. (Ret. ) 








Chief of Police, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 


60 


McLaughlin, Earle B, 




Hoboken, New Jersey 




Concord, New Hampshire 




Sheriff, Chittenden County 
Sheriff's Department 


59 


McGlynn, Stephen T-. 
Detective, Union County 


50 


Mcjunkins, Eugene R. 
Master Sergeant 




Burlington, Vermont 




Prosecutor's Office 




U. S. Marine Corps 


11 


McLaughlin, George Andrew 




Elizabeth, New Jersey 




Washington, D. C. 




Major, Superintendent of 
Police, Lower Merion - 


46 


McGonigel, Robert J. , Jr. 


23 


McKaig, Terrence J. 




Township PD , 




Sergeant, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Ardmore, Pennsylvania 




Newark, New Jersey 




Glastonbury, Connecticut 


.. 


1 i 



49 McGrath, Richard T. 

Sheriff, Lawrence County SO 
Deadwood, South Dakota 

56 McGuckin, William Hugh 
Chief of Police, PD 
Columbiana, Ohio 

59 McGuffey, B. Frank 
Detective, PD 
Columbus, Georgia 



11 



Deputy Sheriff, Sarasota 

County SO 
Sarasota, Florida 

56 McGuire, E. R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Selah, Washington 

16 McGuire, John F. 
Detective, PD 
Rye, New York 

60 McGuire, Peter J. 
Chief Investigator 
Office of the Attorney General 
State of Illinois 
Springfield, Illinois 

44 McHugh, Richard Edward 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Stockton, California 

37 Mclntoshj Edward E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sumter, South Carolina 



62 McKee, Walter G. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Taft, California 

57 McKenzie, Arthur R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Costa Mesa, California 

33 McKeon, Matthew J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Seneca Falls, New York 



33 [ 



Sergeant, PD 
Wallingford, Connecticut 

46 McKinney, Ebert A. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Whittier, California 

55 McKinney, Paul J. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Chester, Pennsylvania 

55 McKinney, William S. 
Sergeant, North Carolina 

State Highway Patrol 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

39 McKlem, Daniel P. 
Chief of Inspectors 
San Francisco, California 

41 McLain, Horace 

Deputy State Fire Marshal 
State of South Carolina 
Blackville, South Carolina 

54 McLane, Robert Henry 
Chief of Police, PD 
Willmar, Minnesota 



County Detective, Camden 

County Prosecutor's Office 
Camden, New Jersey 

47 McLaughlin, Philip Joseph 
Captain, PD 
Nashua, New Hampshire 

49 McLaurin, Phillip C. 
Chief of Police 
Cheraw, South Carolina 

40 McLeod, Donald L. b6 

Executive Director, Florida b7C 
Sheriff's Bureau • 

Tallahassee, Florida 

17 McLeod, J. H. , Jr. 

Chief of Police, Kershaw 

County PD 
Camden, South Carolina 

62 McLeod, Malcolm Gray 
Sheriff, Robeson County 

Sheriff's Department 
Lumberton, North Carolina 

34 McMahon, Edward C. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fall River, Massachusetts 

50 McMahon, James 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chic^o, Illinois 



34 [ 



Deputy Sheriff 
Coconino County SO 
Flagstaff, Arizona 



114 



14 



28 



Sergeant, PD 

West Homestead, Pemsylvania 



40 McManus, Francis V. 
Chief of Police, PD 
New Haven, Connecticut 

58 McManus, George P. 
Captain, PD 
New York, New York 



32 



11 



Investigator, Caddo Parish SO 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



48 



36 



50 McMillan, Marshall F. 
Detective, PD 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 

45 Mc Mullen, John Nicholas 
Lieutenant, PD 
Newton, Massachusetts 

58 McNair, Ralph E. 
Detective, PD 
Meridian, Mississippi 



52 



McPherson, Earl L. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Marion, Indiana 

McPherson, Elwyn B. 
Special Investigator 
State Attorney's Office 
Cook County 
Chicago, Illinois 

McPherson, Paul Q. 
Sergeant, Investigator, PD 
Pittsburg, Kansas 

McPherson, Wayne W. 
Chief of Police, Mare 

Island. Naval Shipyard 
Vallejo, California 

McQuaide, Thomas 

Chief Identification Officer, 

Burea,u of Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

McWhorter, William T. 
Deputy Chief, PD 
Fort Worth, Texas 



62 Meers, Millard T. 
Detective Captain, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

5 Mehl, Harold V. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Muskegon, Michigan 

14 Mehl, John Norman 
Criminal Investigator 
Broward County SO 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

44 Meister, Orval H. 

Chief of Police, Village of 

Whitefish Bay PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

53 Melchert, Lester W. 

Sheriff, Carver County SO 
Chaska, Minnesota 



51 Mellis, Lloyd 
Patrolman, PD 
Shelbyville, Indiana* 

19 Melott, Arthur H. (Ret,) 



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:b7c 



1 


18; 


1 h 


13 


McVeety, J. B. * 
Superintendent, Bureau of 

Identification, PD 
Port Arthur, Texas 


18 


Steubenville, Ohio 


Captain, PD 

East Hartford, Connecticut 




1 h 


Deputy Sheriff 


^^H 


34 


McNamara William J 








Kanawha County SO' 
Charlieston, West Virginia 


■ 




Chief of Detectives 
New Orleans, Louisiana 


22 


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Deputy Sheriff 




^^^^v 


16 






Rio Blanco County SO 
Rangely, Colorado 


43 


Melvin, J. Mason (sA, FBI) 


1 1* 


Sheriff, Valley County SO 


Sergeant, PD 


Glasgow, Montana 


H 




Schenectady, New York 


29 


Medaglia, John D. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman^ 


45 


Melvin, James Earl 


I 


62 


McNeely, William 
Detective-Sergeant 
Metropolitan Toronto PD 




Florida Highv/ay Patrol 
Tallahassee, Florida 




Captain, PD 

Fayetteville, North Carolina 


^^Hk 




Toronto, Ontario; Canada 


18 


Meech, Frank F. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 


18 


Mencer, A. D. * 
Chief of < Police, PD 


■ 


41 


McNeill, Parley H. 
Captain, PD 




Fort Lauderdale, Florida 




Tyrone; Pennsylvania 


1 ' 




Tucson, Arizona 


53 


Meehan, John J. 
Lieutenant, PD* 


57 


Mendoza; Ramon G. 
Captain of Detectives, PD 


I 


7 


McNulty, Walter L. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, South 




New Rochelle, New York 




Mesaj. Arizona 


m 




Kingstown, PD 


29 


Meehan, Lawrence J. (Ret.). 


29' 


Menefee, Charles A. 


■ 




Wakefield, Pthode Island 




Staff Captain 
Michigan State Police 




Chief of Police,. PD 
Front' Royalj Virginia 


1 


36 


McPeek, Howard G: 
Captain, PD 
Irvingtbn, New Jiersey 




Eastv Lansing; Michigan 
115 


58 


Mercier; Ralph 0.' 
Lieutenant^ PD^ 
MbntebellOj California 



61 Mercuric, Richard J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Belleville, Illinois 

58 Merker, Harry G. 
Captain, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

50 Merlo, W. J. 

Major, Provost Marshal 

General's Office 
U. S. Army 
Washington, D. C. 

19 Mernin, Gerald Edwin 

Programs and Plans Control 

Officer 
Regional Office 
National Park Service 
San Francisco, California 

22 Merrell, Clarence W. 

Chief of Detectives, Essex 

County Prosecutor's Office 
Newark, New Jersey 

48 Merritts, Ray E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania 

34 Meskow, Russell 

Chief County Detective 
Beaver County 
Beaver, Pennsylvania 



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21 



62 



61 



Deputy Sheriff 
Buncombe County SO 
Asheville, North Carolina 

55 Messett, Robert C. 

Identification Officer, PD 
Warren, Ohio 

20 Messier, Wilfred J. (Ret.) 
Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Woonsocket, Rhode Island 

7 Meyer, A. O. (Retired) 
Chief, Police and Fire 

Division, The Panama Canal 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone 

40 Meyer, Otto (Retired) 

Captain, Director of Traffic, 

PD 
San Francisco, California 



Major, Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Miglio, Allen Martin 
Chief of Police, PD 
Harper Woods, Michigan 

Mihalik, William 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
St. Joseph, Michigan 



49 Miller, A. K. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Electra, Texas 

46 Miller, Benjamin L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Springfield, Ohio 

60 Miller, Bruce J. 

Asst, Chief Ranger, U. S^ 
National Park Service, 
Great Smoky Mountains 
National Park 

Gatlinburg, Tennessee 

34 Miller, Carroll V. 

Inspector, Montgomery 

County PD 
Rockville, Maryland 

17 Miller, Charles W. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ecorse, Michigan 

14 Miller, EarlE. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 

45 Miller, Edd L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pasadena, Texas 

45 Miller, George C, (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Michigan City, Indiana 

45 Miller, Harry L. 
Identification Officer 
Darlington County SO 
Darlington, South Carolina 

40 Miller, K. K. 
Captain 

New Mexico State Police 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 



24 Miller, Raymond 
Chief of Police, PD 
West Reading, Pennsylvania 

53 Miller, Robert Bernard 
Lieutenant, Lower Merion 

Township, PD 
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 

48 Miller, T. Henry 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ketchikan, Alaska 

6 Miller, W. C. (Retired) 
Warden, Wyoming State 

Penitentiary 
Rawlins, Wyoming * 

56 Miller, Wayne G. b6 

Captain, PD b7C 

Columbus, Ohio 

49 Mills, George A. , Sr. 
Sergeant, PD 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

44 Milsted, H. L. (Retired) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Madison, Wisconsin 

53 Milwee, Curtis Daugherty 
Sergeant of Police, PD 
Birmingham, Alabama 

31 Minehan, Milton T. 

Deputy Sheriff ' 

San Mateo County SO 
Redwood City, California 

11 Minniear, Ernest G. * 
Chief, Indiana State Excise 

Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

56 Minter, J. N. , Jr. 

Special Agent, State Bureau of 

Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

33 Miskunas, John V. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bethel, Pennsylvania 

28 Mitchell, Clarence Edward 
Deputy Sheriff, Fulton 

County SO 
Atlanta, Georgia 



116 



49 Mitchell, Edgar E. 

Chief of Police, Whitemarsh 

Township, PD 
Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania 

12 Mitchell, John J. 
Lieutenant 

Hillsborough County SO 
Tampa, Florida 



19 



County Detective 
Hartford County 
Hartford, Connecticut 

23 Mitchell, Marvin W. 

Sheriff, Itasca County SO 
Grand Rapids, Minnesota 

57 Mitchell, Theodore D. 
Staff Inspector, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

59 Mitrione, Dan A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Richmond, Indiana 

33 Mize, Weyman Carthell 
Chief of Police, PD 
Arroyo Grande, California 



12 



Sergeant, PD 
Charleston, West Virginia 



61 Moffett, Alfred A. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Milford, Connecticut 

33 Mohr, John Arthur (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Massillon, Ohio 



27 



patrolman, PD 
Estherville, Iowa 



47 MoUoy, W. Lyle (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Paducah, Kentucky 

41 Mon^han, Joe Q. 

Sheriff, Monroe County SO 
Aberdeen, Mississippi 

58 Monahan, Gerald Michael 
Lieutenant Detective, PD 
Allentown, Pennsylvania 



46 Moncrief, Vincent E. 
Detective, PD 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

15 Mong, Roy B. 

Chief County Detective 
Erie County SO 
Erie, Pennsylvania 

59 Montano, Louis E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 

52 Montgomery, Oris A. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Lansing., Michigan 

32 Montgomery, Thomas J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Laurel, Mississippi 

46 Monti, Andrew H. 
Lieutenant 

Vermont State Police 
Montpeller, Vermont 

28 Moody, Henry B. 
Sergeant 

Alabama, Highway Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 

60 Moody, Raymond D. 
Sergeant, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 

55 Moomau,, E. P. 
Captain 

Kansas State Highway Patrol 
Topeka, Kansas 

45 Mooney, William J. 
Captain, PD 
Long Beach, California 

23 Moore, Arthur T. * 
Director, Mechanical 

Inspection Division 
North Carolina Department 

of Motor Vehicles 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

43 Moore, David P. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Port Arthur, Texas 

53 Moore, Edward L. 
Patrolman, PD 
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 



28 Moore, Francis T. (Retired) 
Colonel, Superintendent 
Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

58 Moore, Jamie 

Chief of Police, PD 
Birmingham, Alabama 

4 Moore, Jim * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Albany, Georgia 

53 Moore, Logan S. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

22 Moore, M. W. 

Sheriff, Windsor County SO 
Woodstock, Vermont 

56 Moore, Richard H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Farmington, Connecticut 

5 Moore, Robert S. (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant, Identification , ^ 

Officer, State Highway . ^ 
Patrol ^^^ 

Columbia, South Carolina 

39 Morehead, Orme R. 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Phoenix, Arizona 

55 Morehouse, Elmer W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Port Hueneme, California 

58 Moreno, John R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Morgan Hill, California 

21 Morgan, Earl W. (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Irvington, New Jersey 

44 Morgan, Robert L. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Anderson, Indiana 

29 Morken, Arthur N. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Bremerton, Washington 

62 Morris, Bernard J. 

Chief of Detectives, New York 

City Transit Police 
New York, New York 



117 



43 Morris, Clarence H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pasadena, California 



58 



54 Morris, Jack F. 

Sergeant, Canal Zone Police 53 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone 



37 Morris, James B, 

Superintendent, County Jail 

Annex 
Maricopa County SO 
Phoenix, Arizona 



39 Morris, Joseph F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chicago, Illinois 

61 Morris, Rex D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Carlsbad, New Mexico 

21 Morris, Richard William 
Executive Secretary, 

New York Association of 

Chiefs of Police 
Albany, New York 

52 Morris, William H. 
Superintendent 
Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

46 Morrison, Richard W. 
Patrolman, PD 
Great Barrington, Mass. 



21 [ 



Headquarters Inspector 
New York State Police 
Albany, New York 



31 



29 



35 



20 



54 



43 



34 



37 Morsberger, James T. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 20 
Reno, Nevada 

10 Mortland, William J. , Jr. 

Deputy Chief, PD 62 

Fresno, Caliornia 

43 Morton, Henry R, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fresno, California 49 

27 Morton, Marshall F. 
Captain, PD 
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 



Morton, Paul M. 

Lieutenant 

San Joaquin County SO 

Stockton, California 

Moser, A. Wayne * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Pottawattamie County 
Sheriff's Department 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 

Mosher, Leon R. 
Detective Sergeant 
Monroe County SO 
Rochester, New York 

Moskau, Milton 
Asst. City Attorney 
Grand Forks, North Dakota 



Moss, Lester H. * 25 

Sheriff, Okanogan County SO 
Okanogan, Washington 

Mosteller, W. Burton 54 

Administrative Officer, III 
Office of Chemical 

Engineering 
Tennessee Valley Authority 27 
Wilson Dam, Alabama 

Mothershed, Lee B, , Jr. 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 57 

Decatur, Georgia 

Moulin, Elmer F. , Jr. (SA, FBO 
Patrolman, PD 1 

Buffalo, New York 

Moureau, Kenneth C. 

Corporal, PD 60 

Hyattsville, Maryland 

Mower, Maurice C, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ventnor City, New Jersey 49 

Mowery, Francis W. 

Lieutenant 

Illinois State Highway Police 37 

Springfield, Illinois 



Moxley, Dale P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Enid, Oklahoma 



34 Moxley, Ralph W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Birmingham, Michigan 

51 Moyer, George Hausman * 
Chief of Police, PD 
CoUegeville, Pennsylvania 

55 Moylan, Michael F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Stamford, Connecticut 

32 Moynihan, Lawrence J. i 

Captain, PD 
Salem, Massachusetts 

51 Muehleisen, Gene S. 
Lieutenant, PD 
San Diego, California 

Mueller, Eugene L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Culver City, California 

Mueller, William C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Saginaw, Michigan 

Mugavero, Edward (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Darien, Connecticut 

be ' 

Mulcahy, James Francis -^^q 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newport, Vermont 

Mulcahy, Leo J. (Retired) 
Captain, State Police 
Hartford, Connecticut 

Mulcaire, Joseph F. 

Lieutenant 

Arizona Highway Patrol 

Phoenix, Arizona 

Mulhern, Hugh Edward 
Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Hamden, Connecticut 

Mulhern, Robert J. 

Lieutenant, PD 

New Haven, Connecticut 

36 MulhoUand, James S. 

Superintendent of Police, PD 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 



118 



58 


MuUaney, John Edward 


60 


Murphy, Patrick V. 


21 


Nagle, Arthur 




Lieutenant, PD 




Acting Captain, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Shaker Heights, Ohio 




New York, New York 




Garden City, Michigan 


46 


Muller, Ray Herman (Retired 


31 


Murphy, Walter J. 


45 


Napple, Leonard L. 




Lieutenant of Police, PD 




Captain, PD 




Detective Sergeant, PD 




New Orleans, Louisiana 
Mullins, Noah W. 


59 


St. Louis, Missouri 
Murray, Clifford G. 


1 


Fairmont, West Virginia 


57 


1 1* 




First/Sergeant 




Chief of Police, PD 




Detective, PD 




Kentucky State Police 




San Clemente, California 




Elizabeth, New Jersey 




Frankfort, Kentucky 










1 




32 


Murray, Hubert W. 


33 


Nay lor, Walter E. 


50 


Munday, Erskin Lewis . 




Lieutenant of Inspectors, PD 




Chief, Narcotics Division 




Lieutenant, PD 




Oakland,, California 




Texas Department of 


1 


Dallas, Texas 








Public Safety 


i 




54 


Murray, James B. , Jr. 




Austin, Texas 


57 


Murdoch, Vernon M. , Jr. 




Lieutensint, PD 








Chief of Police, PD 




Windsor, Connecticut 


43 


Nazario, Jose A. * 




Roseburg, Oregon 








2nd Lieutenant 






61 


Murray, John D. 




Police of Puerto Rico b6 


35 


Murphy, Arthur P. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Detective Sergeant, PD 
Kettering, Ohio 




San Juan, Puerto Rico J37C 




Brookline, Massachusetts 






27 


Nee, Thomas R. 






27 


Murray, Leonard Sheridan 




Captain of Detectives, PD 


2 


Murphy, Daniel A. 
Captain of Detectives 




Special Agent, Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation 

State Department of 
Public Safety 




Madison, Wisconsin 




Massachusetts State Police 
Boston, Massachusetts 




9 


1 l^ 




Senior Deputy Sheriff 








Des Moines, Iowa 




El Paso County SO 


61 


Murphy, Ernest Patrick 








El Paso, Texas 


'C 


Chief Deputy Sheriff 


43 


Murray, Robert E. (Retired) 








Osceola County Sheriff's 




Captain, Michigan State Police 


38 


Nelligan, Anthony Francis 




Department . 




East Lansing, Michigan 




Captain, PD 




Kissimmee, Florida 








Baltimore, Maryland 


's 




37 


Murray, Wesley F. 






44 


Murphy, Harry James, Jr. 




Lieutenant, PD 


41 


Nelligan, John J. 




Captain, PD 




San Francisco, California 




Lieutenant, PD 




Cleveland Heights, Ohio 


12 


Musterman, Walter 




Chicago, Illinois 


34 


Murphy, J. Albert 




Captain, PD 


13 


Nelson, C. W. (SA, FBI) 




Sergeant, PD 




Annapolis, Maryland 




Sergeant 




Springfield, Massachusetts 








Westchester County PD 






29 


Myatt, M. W. 




White Plains, New York 


5 


Murphy, J. Lonnie 




Investigator, State Crime 








Acting Chief of Police, PD 




Bureau, Department of 


33 


Nelson, Edward C. (Retired) 




Waycross, Georgia 




Public Safety 




Chief of Police, PD 


p 






Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 




Fargo, North Dakota 


37 


Murphy, James F. 












Lieutenant, PD 


25 


Myers, M. M. 


51 


Nelson, Elmer Soren 




Cambridge, Massachusetts 




Sheriff, Orange County SO 
Orange, Virginia 




Patrolman 

Illinois State Highway Police 


55 


Murphy, James F. 








Springfield, Illinois 




Captain, PD 


53 


Nadeau, Clarence L. 






! 


Lewiston, Maine 




Lieutenant, PD 
Providence, Rhode Island 

119 


27 


Nelson, George H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Everett, Washington 



56 Nelson, John Joseph 
Lieutenant, PD 
Marshfield, Wisconsin 



12 [ 



y 



Identification Officer, 

State Police 
East Lansing, Michigan 

38 Nelson, Patrick E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ford City, Pennsylvania 

50 Nelson, Robert L. 
Detective, PD 
Austin, Minnesota 

53 Nelson, Walter G. 
Captain, PD 
Denver, Colorado 

14 Nester, Fremont P. 
Captain, PD 
Oak Park, Illinois 

49 Nestor, Stephen T. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Jersey City, New Jersey 

58 Nevins, William F. 
Lieutenant, PD 

New York City, New York 

24 Newcomer, Grayson E. 
Detective Sergeant, State 

Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 

59 Newcomer, Joe H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Uvalde, Texas 

38 Newman, Gustaf C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Brockton, Massachusetts 

59 Newman, William O. 
Inspector 

Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

39 Newton, Thomas M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Greenwich, Connecticut 

29 Nichols, Mike 
Detective, PD 
Meridian, Mississippi 



13 



42 Nicholson, William M. , Sr. 
Sheriff, Seminole County SO 
Wewoka, Oklahoma 

9 Nickolite, Ed J. 

Chief Enforcement Officer 
Nebraska State Liquor 

Commission 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

34 Nickols, Glen L. 
Patrolman, PD 
Frankfort, Indiana 

61 Nicoll, David L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Andover, Massachusetts 

44 Nielsen, Arthur Carl 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mountain View, California 

29 Nielsen, Chris 
Detective Inspector 
Redf ord Township PD 
Detroit, Michigan 

59 Nimmo, George M. 

Sheriff, Sweetwater County SO 
Green River, V^oming 

35 Ninesling, Raymond R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kings Point, New York 

53 Nixon, Floyd D. 
Chief Investigator 
Bay County SO 
Panama City, Florida 



28 Noah, Charles M. (Retired) 

Captain, PD 21 

Huntington Park, California 

61 Nobles, Arthur Evert 

Detective, Highland Park PD 51 
Dallas, Texas 

30 Nobles, Fred Edward 
Chief of Police, PD 
Georgetown, South Carolina 48 

59 Nolan, Frank E. 
Captain, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10 



1 Nolan, James B (Retired) 
Sixth Deputy Police 

Commissioner, PD 
New York, New York 

59 Nolen, Donald E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
May wood, Illinois 



Patrolman, PD 
Texarkana, Arkansas 



53 Northen, John W. 
Supervising Captain 
Chicago Park District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 



18 



40 



47 



56 



Norton, George N. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fairbanks, Alaska 

Norton, John J. 

Sergeant, PD b6 

Cambridge, Massachusetts b7c 



> 



Captain, PD 

San Marino, California 

Nosack, Albert F. 
Livestock Officer 
Division of Animal Industry 
Department of Agriculture 
State of Oregon 
Salem, Oregon 

Novak, Jacob J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
North Chicago, Illinois 



Major, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

Nye, Jack R. 
Detective Sergeant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

0*Brien, Edward D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Faribault, Minnesota 

O'Brien, John B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
West Sprii^ield, Mass. 



120 



28 O'Brien, John G. 

Captain, San Mateo County SO 
Redwood City, California 

35 O'Brien, Patrick F. 
Inspector, PD 
Somerville, Massachusetts 

41 O' Bryan, J. W. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles, California 

35 O'Clair, Earl L. 

Range Detective, Arizona 
Livestock Sanitary Board 
Phoenix, Arizona 

31 O'clock, George D. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Grand Rapids, Minnesota 

31 O'Connell, Francis W, 
Court Officer, Third District 

Court of Middlesex County 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 

53 O'Connor, Joseph C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
El Cajon, California 

30 O'Connor, Thomas L. 
Asst. Superintendent 
Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

32 O'Day, William J. (Retired) 
Detective, PD 

New Britain, Connecticut 

45 O'Donoghue, Joseph F. 
Captain, PD 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 

36 O'Dowd, George E. 
Commander, PD 
Providence, Rhode Island 

46 0' Grady, Edward T. 
Detective 

Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

28 O'Hara, William E. 
Lieutenant 

Maryland State Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 



45 



27 O'Leary, Daniel L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Port Huron, Michigan 

54 O'Leary, John B. 
Detective, PD 
Terre Haute, Indiana 

61 O'Neal, Ford 

Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Stone County SO 
Wiggins, Mississippi 

53 O'Neal, Hugh N. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sterling, Colorado 

42 O'Neal, Robert A. 

Sheriff, Marion County SO 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



46 O'Neil, George W. (Retired) 59 
Lieutenant, PD 

Newton, Massachusetts 



50 



22 



61 



Obst, Arthur W. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 

Odegard, Fred (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Ribbing, Minnesota 

Odom, B. G. 

Detective Lieutenant, PD 

Hampton, Virginia 



32 O'Neil, John H. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Maiden, Massachusetts 



44 



32 O'Neil, Michael F. 39 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Binghamton, New York 

60 O'Neill, James A. 

Sergeant, PD 47 

Chicago, Illinois 

49 O'Neill, Mark W. 

Captain, Acting Chief of Police, 

PD 
Champaign, Illinois 

60 O'Neill, Thomas Leo 35 

Sergeant,, PD 
Denver, Colorado 

57 O'Rourke, Thomas J* 

Chief, New York City 58 

Transit Police 
New Yorlc, New York 

62 O'Rourke, Thomas Joseph 

Lieutenant, PD 42. 

Providence., Rhode Island 



29 O'Toole, James E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bourne, Massachusetts 



52 



Marshal 

Grenada, Mississippi 

Olander, O. P. 
Undersheriff, Cochise County 

Sheriff s Department 
Bisbee, Arizona 

Oldenburg, James G. ^6 
Detective, PD b7C 

Tonawanda, New York 

Oliver, C. E. 
Detective, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

Oliver, Harry L. 
Undersheriff 
Stanislaus County SO 
Modesto, California 

Olivieri Munoz, Julio 
Special Agent, Office of 

Special Investigations, 

Bureau of Narcotics, 

Commonwealth Treasury 

Department 
Santurce, Puerto Rico 

Olsen, Edward C. , Jr. 
Detective, Haverford 

Township PD 
Havertown, Pennsylvania 

Opel, Wendolin G. 
1st Sergeant Detective 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Or ban, Andrew F. 

Captain, PD 

South Bend, Indiana 

Orin, Ronald W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Concord, California 



121 



51 


Ormsby, A. Arthur 


33 


Owens, G. W. 


51 


Palmer, Arthur C. 




Detective Sergeant, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Sergeant, PD 




Bristol, Connecticut 




Bal Harbour, Florida 




Hagerstown, Maryland 


39 


Orr, Williams. 


61 


Owens, Kenneth E. 


48 


Palmer, Garth M. 




Captain, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




Arcadia, California 




Canon City, Colorado 




Columbus, Mississippi 


50 


Ortiz -Aponte, Alfredo 


39 


Owens, William Clarence 


29 


Panagoulis, George J. 




2nd Lieutenant 




Chief of Police, PD 




Superintendent, Prince 




Police of Puerto Rico 




Elizabeth City, N. C. 




Georges County PD 



San Juan, Puerto Rico 

45 Osborne, James Robert 
Lieutenant 

Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

46 Ostenburg, Joe P. 
Sergeant, PD 
Fresno, California 

35 Ostler, Charles Harold 
Chief of Police, PD 
Omaha, Nebraska 

10 Ostrom, Peter G. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Superior, Wisconsin 

40 Ottinger, James 
Chief of Police 

Upper Dublin Township, PD 
Fort Washington, Pa, 

33 Overton, Blair P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hagerstown, Maryland 

41 Owen, Walter M. 
Lieutenant, San Diego 

County SO 
San Diego, California 

60 Owen, William J. 
Lieutenant 

Massachusetts State Police 
Boston, Massachusetts 

20 Owens, Clement R. (Ret. ) 
Captain, PD 
Columbus, Ohio 



16 



36 Packard, Melvin L. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

62 Padgett, Richard E. 

Deputy Sheriff, Richland 

County Sheriff s Department 
Columbia, South Carolina 

42 Padrick, John J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



Seat Pleasant, Maryland 



11 [ 



y 



Sergeant, Shanghai 
Municipal Police 
Shanghai, China 



35 



32 



44 



Detective, PD 
Monroe, North Carolina 



Lieutenant, pi 
Memphis, Tennegsee 



Major 

Kentucky Highway Patrol 

Frankfort, Kentucky 

Painter, Charles H. (Ret. ) 
Sergeant, California 

Highway Patrol 
Sacramento, California 



51 Painter, Harry J. 

Captain, Provost Marshal 

General* s Office 
U. S. Army 
Washington, D. C. 

50 Painter, Willie B. 

Crime Investigative Officer 
Alabama Highway Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 

28 Paladino, John 

Chief of Police, PD 
Jamestown, New York 

55 Palazzetti, A. J. 
Captain, PD 
Bradford, Pennsylvania 



33 Parker, EdwardJones,Sr.(Ret.) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Hawthorne, California 



61 Parker, H. E. 

Sheriff, Bannock County SO 
Pocatello, Idaho 

44 Parker, Ralph Earl 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pomona, California 



12 Parker, Thomas M. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hampton, Virginia 

39 Parker, William E. 
Lieutenant Colonel, PD 
Kansas City, Missouri 

10 Parks, Donald W. 
Field Representative 
California State Department 

of Education 
Sacramento, California 

53 Parnell, I. Byrd 

Sheriff, Sumter County SO 
Sumter, South Carolina 

62 Parrish, Homer M. 
Patrolman, PD 
Statesboro, Georgia 

18 Parrish, William F. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Leesburg, Florida 



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122 





31 






33 






10 Pelczar, Adam (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 


1 




* 


Paulsen, John F. 
Captain, PD 


Chief Investigator, 


SO 






Twin Falls, Idaho 




West Hartford, Conn. 


Utica, New York 


H 




37 


Pascoe, James E. 
Captain, Los Angeles 
County SO 


22 


Pavlovsky, Andrew J. 

Captain, PD 

Raleigh, North Carolina 


22 Pellar, Andrew C. (Retired) 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Hammond, Indiana 


1 




62 


Los Angeles, California 
Passmore, George Durham 


48 [ 




56 Pembridge, Delbert E. 
Captain, Police Bureau 


1 


1* 


Lieutenant, Mecklenburg 






Chief of Police, PD 




County PD 


Endicott, New York 


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^K- 


52 


Port Isabel, Texas 


29 


Charlotte, North Carolina 

Pazdera, Edward F. (Ret.) 
Chief of Police, PD 




1 




¥ 


14 1 1* 




Trooper, Rhode Island 
State Police 


Patrolman, PD 


^^^B 




Knoxville, Tennessee 




Two Rivers, Wisconsin 


Providence, Rhode Island 


H 




47 


Pate, Clarence Franklin 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Anniston, Alabama 


22 


Peach, William F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 


10 Penner, Ben * 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Midland, Michigan 


1 




56 


Pate, Ernest C. 
Captain, PD 
Owensboro, Kentucky 


49 


Peacock, P. C. 
Lieutenant 
Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta, Georgia 


62 Percy, William C, Jr. 
Sheriff, West Feliciana 

Parish SO 
St. Francisville, Louisiana 


1 




34 


Paterson, Wallace W. 








^H 






Patrolman, PD 


17 


Peacock, T. B. (SA, FBI) 


40 Perez, Luis M. 


^H 






Livingston, Montana 




Patrolman, PD 
Sarasota, Florida 


Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 


H 




62 


Patrick, James Calvin 






:b6 


^H 






Chief Criminal Deputy 


41 


Peak, Francis J. 


33 Perhach, John M. b7C 


^H 


^^H 




Duval County SO 
Jacksonville, Florida 




Lieutenant, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 


Special Investigator 
District Attorney* s Office 
Broome County 


1 


^^^1 


32 


1 


30 




* 


Binghamton, New York 


1 


Patrolman, PD 


Juvenile ProDati 


)n Officer 






Orlando, Florida 




Sarasota County 
Sarasota, Florida 


5 Perkerson, Wilbur 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 




12 


Patten, Raymond L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 


52 


Pearce, Marshall Henry, Jr. 
Sergeant, PD 
Macon, Georgia 


Valdosta, Georgia 

36 Perkins, Everett Cushman 
Lieutenant, PD 


1 




11 


Patterson, Harold F. 






Everett, Massachusetts 


^H 


^B 




Lieutenant, PD 

East Orange, New Jersey 


42 


Pears, Arthur N. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Niles, Michigan 


41 Perkins, Herbert F. 
Lieutenant, PD 


1 


^H 


31 


Patterson, P. J. 

Sheriff, Clinton County SO 


46 




Bridgeport, Connecticut 


1 


1* 






St. Johns, Michigan 




Detective Sergeant 
Montgomery County PD 


42 Perkins, Kingsley C. 
Captain, PD 


1 




34 


Paul, Anthony R. 

Chief of Police, County of 




Rockville, Maryland 


Richmond, California 


1 






Hawaii PD, Territory of 


61 


Pecoul, Edward Henry, Jr. 


28 Perkio, Jacob H. 


^1 






Hawaii 




Lieutenant, PD 


Chief of Police, PD 


^H 




36 


Hilo, Hawaii 
Paul, George B. 


25 


New Orleans, Louisiana 
Peffers, Albert N. 


Rockport, Massachusetts 


1 


12 1 1* 






Chief of Police, PD 




Detective, PD 


Chief Criminal Investigator, 


^1 


1^' 




Flint, Michigan 




Ossining, New York 
123 


St. Louis County SO 
Duluth, Minnesota 


1 



31 






13 




33 






Perrigo, Milford L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 


1 1* 


Phillips, Lee P. * 


Patrolman, PD 


Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


49 


Salamanca, New York 

Perrin, Forrest G. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


35 


Darlington, South Carolina 


34 


Apex, North Carolina 


1 h 


Philpot, William J. 


Inspector, Attorney 


Chief of Police, PD 




Idaho Falls, Idaho 




General's Office 
Bismarck, North Dakota 




Orofino, Idaho 


42 


Perry, B. Frank 






33 


Phipps, Ernest F. (Retired) 




Identification Officer, PD 


56 


Peterson, Raymond H. 




Chief of Police, PD 




Rome, Georgia 




Lieutenant, PD 
Oak Park, Illinois 




Richmond, California 


33 


Perusina, John 






28 


Picard, Albert J. = 




Undersheriff, Santa Clara 


28 


Peterson, Thomas A. 




Chief of Police, PD 




County SO 




Deputy Sheriff 




Peterborough, New Hampshire 




San Jose, California 




Dane County SO 












Madison, Wisconsin 


43 


Pickering, Urbane H. 


57 


Peters, Emil E. 








Head Jailer, Stanislaus 




Inspector, PD 


36 


Petrone, Eugene J. 




County SO 




San Antonio, Texas 




Deputy Sheriff 
Volusia County SO 




Modesto, California 


42 


Peters, Ernest Carl 
Chief of Police, PD 




DeLand, Florida 


40 


Pickett, Phil L. (Retired) 
Captain, PB 




Euclid, Ohio 


34 


Petrucelle, Joseph E. (Ret.) 
Detective Sergeant, PD 




Norwalk, Ohio 


23 


Peters, Joseph Adam, Jr. 
Captain, PD 




Huntington, Indiana 


55 


Pierce, Leland W. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Schenectady, New York 


39 


Pettit, Harry 
Sergeant, PD 




Canandaigua, New York . ^ 

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49 


Peters, Ray G. 
Lieutenant, PD 




Johnson City, New York 


32 


Pierce, LeRoy V. 
Captain, PD 




Piqua, Ohio 


58 


Petty, Leonard P. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Somerville, Massachusetts 


61 


Petersen, Delbert D. 
Special Agent, Division of 




Greenville, Texas 


42 


Pierce, Meady B. 
Chief of Detectives and 




Criminal Investigation 


55 


Peva, James R. 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 




Pierre, South Dakota 




Sergeant, Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 




Jackson, Mississippi 


48 


Petersen, Elmer C. 






24 


Pierczynski, John H. 




Captain, PD 


27 


Pfisterer, Virgil L. (Ret.) 




Lieutenant, PD 




Davenport, Iowa 




Captain, PD 




Charlotte, North Carolina 


50 






55 


Canton, Ohio 
Pfost, Neil E. 


34 


Pierre, Joseph 

Chief of Police, PD ^ 




* 


Detective Sergeant, 


PD 




Moline, Illinois 




Sheriff, Branch County 
Sheriffs Department 




Tarentum, Pennsylvania 


58 


Peterson, Albert E. 
Trooper 




Coldwater, Michigan 


32 


Pilger, Ferdinand J. 
Captain, Department of 




Rhode Island State Police 


44 


Phelps, Clyde E, (Retired) 




Public Safety 




Providence, Rhode Island 




Chief of Police, PD 
Spokane, Washington 




Trenton, New Jersey 


51 


Peterjson, BernardConrad(Ret.) 




61 


Pini, Geno John 




Major, PD 

Eau Claire, Wisconsin 


2 


1* 




Chief of Police, PD 
Santa Cruz, California 


Lieutenant, PD 








Louisville, Kentucky 












49 


Peterson, Edward L. 
Chief of Police, PD 


39 


Phillips, Clayton L. 


35 




* 


Lieutenant, PD 






Boone, Iowa 




Detective, PD 
Houston, Texas 

124 




Uniontown, Pennsylvania 



54 



Detective Sergeant, PD 
Casper, Wyoming 



4 Pippin, John 

State Liquor Control 
dakland, California 

57 Pittman, Ennis Lee 
Patrolman, PD 
Bainbridge, Georgia 

57 Pitts, Connie H. 
Detective, PD 
Birmingham, Alabama 

31 Platz, Otto P. 
Patrolman, PD 
Bethel, Pennsylvania 

33 Pleasants, Robert J. 
Sheriff, Wake County SO 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

49 Pleasants, William Walton 
Chief of Police, PD 
Durham, North Carolina 

50 Plouffe, Leo 
Sergeant, PD 

Montreal, Quebec, Canada' 

17 Plough, L. B. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Muskegon, Michigan 

57 Plowman, Gerald L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bellevue, Washington 

53 Pogson, William J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

49 Polak, Andrew Joseph 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hudson, New Hampshire 

41 Polk, Edwin M. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
East Cleveland, Ohio 

55 Pomerleau, Donald D. 
Director, Department of 

Public Safety 
Kingsport, Tennessee 



32 Pond, Eugene M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wichita, Kansas 

58 Ponty, Fred C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Port Chester, New York 

62 Poole, Arthur Leroy 
Detective Sergeant 
Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

47 Poole, Harvey Alton 

Lieutenant, Georgia Bureau 

of Investigation 
Atlanta., Georgia 

27 Poole, James Herman 
Guard 

U. S. Army Engineers 
Bluemont, Virginia 

51 Pope, Raymond S. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Topeka, Kansas 

29 Popple, Carlton E. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Endicottj New York 

14 Porter, Earl C. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Poplar Bluff, Missouri 

19 Porter, Frank L. 

Sheriff, Mohave County SO 
Kingm;ui, Arizona 

62 Porter, Mervyn Henry 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Torrance, California 

59 Porter, Russell V. 
Detective, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

33 Porterfield, Arnold G. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bluefield, West Virginia 

62 Posey, A. L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

33 Posey, Harry T. (SA, FBI) 
Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Homewood, Alabama 



50 Posey, Milford M. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Walker County SO 
Jasper, Alabama 

33 Poshepny, Joseph Charles 
(Retired) 
Deputy Inspector, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

60 Poston, Roger E. 
Sergeant, PD 
Florence, South Carolina 

51 Potter, Charles A. 
Captain, PD 
Hoquiam, Washington 

42 Potter, George Joseph 
Chief of Police, PD 
Menlo Park, California 

23 Potter, Harold S. 

Detective, Fire Prevention 

Bureau, Department of 

Public Safety 
Montpelier, Vermont 

30 Potts, Marvin H. (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Little Rock, Arkansas 

55 Powell, Charles M. 
Commanding Officer, 

Detective Bureau, PD 
Meridian, Mississippi 



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14 



Captain, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 



56 Powell, James M. 

Captain, Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C. 

59 Powell, William Edgar 
Lieutenant, PD 
Palm Beach, Florida 

31 Prater, W. L. 

Maintenance Supervisor 
City Recreation Department 
Tallahassee, Florida 

31 Pratt, ArdM. 

Chief of the Police Divisions 
Multnomah County SO 
Portland, Oregon 



125 



31 


Prejean, Abel P. 


58 


Proetz, William F. 


55 


Quaid, Robert S. 




Sheriff 




Chief of Police, PD 




Lieutenant, PD 




Terrebonne Parish SO 




St. Paul, Minnesota 




Detroit, Michigan 




Houma, Louisiana 














44 


Pruitt, Raymond E. 


32 


Quarnberg, Harold M. 


25 


Prendergast, Thomas 




Deputy Sheriff, Tulsa 




Deputy Sheriff 




Chief of Police, PD 




County SO 




Clark County SO 




Sewickley, Pennsylvania 




Tulsa, Oklahoma 




Vancouver, Washington 


17 


Prentice, Joseph A. * 


58 


Przelomski, Edward A. 


55 


Quilligan, Denis J. 




Deputy Chief, PD 




Detective, PD 




Special Investigator 




Manchester, Connecticut 




Youngstown, Ohio 




Office of State Attorney 
Clearwater, Florida ^ 


14 


Prescott, Hermon E. * 


18 


Pugmire, Robert M. (Ret. ) 








Chief of Police, PD 




Captain of Police, PD 


28 


Quinlan, Lawrence M. 




Groton, Massachusetts 




Pocatello, Idaho 




Deputy Sheriff 

Dutchess County SO * ( 


34 


Preston, Edward 
Inspector, PD 


37 


Purcell, Joseph D. , Jr. 
Captain of Detectives, PD 




Poughkeepsie, New York - 




Dallas, Texas 




Long Branch, New Jersey 


7 


Quinn, Charles B. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 


39 


Preuitt, William George 
Captain of Police, PD 


33 


Purcell, Philip 
Chief of Police, PD 




Haddonfield, New Jersey 




Denver, Colorado 




Newton, Massachusetts 


60 


Quinones Guardiola, Emilio 
Captain, Policeof Puerto Rico 


57 


Price, Alexis Bunyan 
Identification Officer 


54 


Purden, B. J. 

Chief Criminal Deputy 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 




Richland County SO 




Pinal County SO 


46 


Quirk, William F. 




Columbia, South Carolina 




Florence, Arizona 




Superintendent of Police 
Academy, PD 


35 


Price, Bob * 


32 


Purdy, Wilson J. 




Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Chief of Police, PD 




Captain, Prince Georges 




i. 




Sheffield, Alabama 




County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 


18 


Rademaker, Gerald J. 
Captain, PD 


59 


Price, Howard D. 








Cleveland, Ohio 




Sergeant, PD 


1 


Purnell, Norman R. * 




? 




Houston, Texas 




Superintendent 


50 


Ragsdale, Bernard G. 
Lieutenant, Georgia 








Delaware State Police 




9 


Price, Lester D. 
Superintendent, Custer 




Dover, Delaware 




Bureau of Investigation ^^^ 
Atlanta, Georgia 




State Park 


54 


Pur tell, Edwin Thomas 








Custer, South Dakota 




Captain, Milwaukee County 
Sheriff's Department 


58 


Raiole, Rene A. 
Lieutenant, Chief, Uniform 


18 


Prince, Marvin E. (Retired) 
Lieutenant, PD 




Milwaukee, Wisconsin 




Division, Monroe County , 
Sheriff's Department 




Parkersburg, West Virginia 


36 


Purvis, George William 
Captain, Bureau of Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




Key West, Florida 


31 


Prindiville, George W. 
Lieutenant, PD 




52 




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Supervisor 






Kenmore, New York 


50 


Pykles, Arthur L. 




Oklahoma Highway Patrol 


35 






Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Faribault, Minnesota 




Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 


1 h 






1st Sergeant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 


30 




36 


Ramon, Frank Curtis 


1* 


Deputy Chief of Staff, PD 


Detective, PD 


Seattle, Washington 








Portsmouth, Ohio 






56 


Pritchett, Laurie 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newnan, Georgia 




126 


57 


Ramsey, Ronald Joseph 
Lieutenant, PD 
Thomasville, Georgia 



3 Raney, William J. (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

61 Ranich, Stephen N. 
First Sergeant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

32 Rankin, Ernest E. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Gastonia, North Carolina 

49 Rankin, James 
Lieutenant, PD 

Port Washington, New York 

59 Rapp, Robert H. 

Deputy Chief, New York City 

Transit, PD 
New York, New York 

57 Raque, Maurice J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

50 Rardon, William Ray 
Lieutenant, PD 
Parkersburg, West Virginia 

52 Rasmusen, Thomas 

Inspector, Metropolitan PD 
Washington, D. C 

16 Rasmussen, Vernon * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Glendale, California 

61 Ratcliff, WardK. 
Captain, PD 
Oceanside, California 

17 Rathjen, Harry C. 
Sheriff, Hemphill County SO 
Canadian, Texas 

60 Rautenberg, Harold J. 
Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 

1 Ray, C. W. (Retired) 
Captain, West Virginia 

State Police 
Charleston, West Virginia 

51 Raybon, Tommy W. 
Criminal Investigator 
Bureau of Indian Affairs 
Department of the Interior 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 



28 Raycroft, Victor 54 

Deputy Commissioner of 

Public Safety 
Rochester, New York 

57 Read, Billy Jean 21 

Sergeant, Arkansas State Police 
Little Rock, Arkansas 



Reese, Charles L. 
2nd Lieutenant 
Oklahoma Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Reeves, Edgar W. 
Training Officer, PD 
Tucson, Arizona 



30 




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54 
46 

32 
10 


Reeves, James H. 


46 


Deputy Sheriff 
Hillsborough County SO 
Tampa, Florida 

Read, Daryl A. 
Captain, PD 
Reno, Nevada 


Senior Captain, PD 
Wichita, Kansas 

Reeves, Lloyd S. 
Captain, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

Regan, John J. , Jr. 
First Sergeant 


36 1 




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15 
13 


Major, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

Reams, L. Frank 
Captain, PD 
Knoxville, Tennessee 

Record,, Odes B. 
Chief of Police 
Bountiful, Utah 


U. S. Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C. 

Regan, Joseph L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Nashua, New Hampshire 

be 

Rehm, John b7C 
Chief of Police, PD 
' Deal, New Jersey 



43 Reddin, Thomas 
Inspector, PD 
Los Angeles, California 



52 



Captain, PD 
Springfield, Oregon 



32 Reed, William J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Lorain, Ohio 

51 Reed, William J. 

Chief of Police, Borough of 

Green Tree PD 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

32 Reed, V/illiam S. , Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

5 Reeder, Don * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lubbock, Texas 

47 Reeg, Norman M. * 

Sheriff, LaPorte County SO 
LaPorte, Indiana 



49 Rehmert, Charles W. * 
Chief of police, PD 
Mexico, Missouri 

62 Reich, William O. 
Sergeant, PD 
Eilensburg, Washington 

36 Reilly, Charles A. (Retired) 
Patrolman, PD 
Albany, New York 

30 Reilly, John F. 
Captain, PD 
Spokane, Washington 

29 Reilly, William J. 

Sheriff, Spokane County SO 
Spokane, Washington 

27 Reiman, William Frank 
Asst. Chief, PD 
Ypsilanti, Michigan 

9 Reindl, John W. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Menominee County SO 
Menominee, Michigan 



127 



47 Reiter, Charles J. 
Crime Investigator 
Minnesota Bureau of 

Criminal Apprehension 
St. Paul, Minnesota 



17 



Patrolman, PD 
Winnetka, Illinois 



58 Reith, Earl William 
Captain 

Maryland State Police 
Pikesville, Maryland 

43 Rempp, Kenneth J. 
Chief of Police, Lower 
Gwynedd Township PD 
Spring House, Pennsylvania 

35 Remy, Emmett L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Reedley, California 

61 Rencevicz, Chester J. 
Sergeant, PD 

Burlington, New Jersey 

57 Renes, Joseph J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Gardner, Massachusetts 

42 Renfrew, Robert 
Lieutenant, PD 
Chelsea, Massachusetts 

27 Reuther, Frank William 
Chief of Police, PD 
Red Bank, New Jersey 

37 Reville, John P. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Buffalo, New York 

46 Reynolds, Clem J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kirkland, Washington 

56 Reynolds, Harry V., Jr. 
Park Ranger 

Yellowstone National Park 
Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming 

54 Reynolds, Walter C. 
Deputy Sheriff, Rapides 
Parish Sheriff's Dept. 
Alexandria, Louisiana 



46 Rezza, Thomas E. 56 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Mount Vernon, New York 

10 Rheingruber, R. J. (Retired) 35 
Lieutenant, PD 
River Forest, Illinois 



52 Rhoades, Cecil Edward 
Chief of Police, PD 
Scottsbluff, Nebraska 

35 Rhodes, Allen A. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Contra Costa County SO 
Martinez, California 

57 Rhodes, Cecil 
Deputy Sheriff 
Greene County SO 
Eutaw, Alabama 

36 Rhodes, William Stevenson 
Chief of Police, PD 

Rock Hill, South Carolina 

54 Riccardi, Leonard J. 
Sergeant, PD 
South Plainfield, N. J. 



28 [ 



Deputy Sheriff 
Jefferson County SO 
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 

62 Rice, George W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Chillicothe, Ohio 



33 



Aclmmistrative Utiicer 
Suffolk County District 

Attorney's Office 
Riverhead, New York 

39 Richards, Thomas D. 
Detective Sergeant 
Cheltenham Township PD 
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 



11 



Asst, Hherilt, Kmg County SO 
Seattle, Washington 



58 



61 



62 



45 



Lieutenant, PD 
Georgetown, South Carolina 

Rickel, Thomas C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Tucson, Arizona 

Rickerson, Harold Allan 
Lieutenant, PD 
East Point, Georgia 

Ricks, Willie Truben * - 

Chief of Police, PD 
Lufkin, Texas 

Riddell, Harry T. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

Riddle, James L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

Riddle, Rodney J. 

Captain, Fresno County SO ^^ 

Fresno, California ^^^ 

Riddle, Samuel James (Ret. ) 
Sergeant, Allegheny County 

Detective Bureau 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



54 [ 



36 



49 



40 



33 



28 



16 Richardson, Percy V. (SA, FBI) 
Captain, Mississippi 

Highway Safety Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 



Patrolman, PD 
Belmont, Massachusetts 

Riffle, Joseph J. 
Patrolman, PD 
Warren, Ohio 

Riley, Francis P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Portage, Wisconsin 

Riley, Leonard Walter 

Captain, PD 

Bradley Beach, New Jersey 

Riley, William M. 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Ringler, George (Retired) 
Inspector, PD 
Flint, Michigan 



128 



56 Riordaiij James Daniel 
Lieutenant, Chicago Park 

i: District Police 

Chicago, Illinois 

62 Rispalje, John Albert 
Captain^ PD 
Sioux City, Iowa 



20 Roberson, Vernie F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
East Peoria, Illinois 

55 Roberts, A. C. 
Captain, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 



59 Robles Cruz, Mario 

Sergeant, Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

10 Roche, J. Rf . 

Judge, Court of the Session 

of the Peace 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada 





38 


Ritchie, Julius F. 
Chief of Police, PD 


29 


Roberts., Bryant J. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Tampa, Florida 


27 




♦ 


Sergeant, PD 


c 


34 


Harrisonburg, Virginia 
Ritchie, Steward 


20 




3 


Irvington, New Jersey 
Roden, Murphy J. (Retired) 


1 1* 


Patrolman, PD 






Chief of Police, PD 




Gallatin, Tennessee 




Colonel, Superintendent 






Gouverneur, New York 








Louisiana State Police 


« 


36 


Ritter, Joseph Caesar 


51 


Roberts, Eugene B. * 
Chief of Police, PD 




Baton Rouge, Louisiana 






Captain, PD 




Chula Vista, California 


29 


Rodgers, Benjamin F. 






Winchester, Virginia 


54 


Roberts, Frank B. 




State Cattle Officer 
Mississippi Highway 




53 


Rivera Hernandez, Jose A. 
1st Lieutenant, Chief of 

Detectives, Police of 

Puerto Rico 




Lieutenant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 


4 


Safety Patrol 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Rodman, Kenneth C. (Ret.) 






San Juan, Puerto Rico 


32 


Roberts, Joe H. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 




Inspector, PD 

East Providence, R. I. 




36 


Rivera Rodriguez, Luis 
Special Agent, Special 




Knoxville, Tennessee 


59 


Rodriguez, James ^^^^ 






Investigations Unit, 


32 


Roberts, Samuel H. 




Captain, PD 






Treasury Department of 




Lieutenant, PD 




Monterey, California 


■ 




Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 




Alton, Illinois 


57 


Rodriguez Rosario, Modesto 


3 


23 






10 


Roberts, William Thomas * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Beckley, West Virginia 




2nd Lieutenant, Police of 

Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 




* 


police investigato 


r, PD 






San Antonio, Texas 
















28 


Robertson, Carl W. (Ret. ) 


60 


Rogers, John D. 




16 


Robards, Samuel Lee 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Springfield, Missouri 


3 


Captain, Michigan State Police 
East Lansing, Michigan 

Robertson, Floyd E. 




Asst. Superintendent 
Utah State Highway Patrol 
Salt Lake City, Utah 




8 


Robb, Clarence E. 




CriminiU Investigator 


10 


Rogers, R. W. * 


P 




Captain, Lower Merion 

Township PD 
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 




Alabama State Department 

of Industrial Relations 
Birmingham, Alabama 


36 


Chief of Police, PD 

Midland, Michigan 

Rohrer, John E. 


" 


21 


Robberts, D. J. 
Patrolman, PD 


38 


Robertson, Johnnie W. 
Sergeant, State Patrol 




Patrolman, PD 
Hagerstown, Maryland 


^ 




Terrell Hills, Texas 




Atlanta, Georgia 






/^ 










33 


Roig, Salvador T. 




28 


Robbins, David W. 


51 


Robertson, Lloyd H. 




Colonel, Police of Puerto Rico 


/ 




Chief of Police, PD 




Inspector, Operations Officer, 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 


J 


58 


Greenwich, Connecticut 
Robbins, F. S. 




Arizona Highway Patrol 
Phoenix, Arizona 


27 


Rolfson, Clarence 0. 
Special Investigator for 






Investigator, Ventura County 


60 


Robinson, Donald E. 




Attorney General 






District Attorney's Office 




Lieutenant, PD 




Olympia, Washington 






Ventura, California 




Belmont, Massachusetts 






/ 








129 







36 Rollings, Tailey A. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Mobile, Alabama 

62 Rollins, Kenneth Ray 
Patrolman, PD 
Greeneviile, Tennessee 

56 Romines, Parvin 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
West Memphis, Arkansas 

57 Ronayne, John A. 
Deputy Inspector, PD 
New York, New York 

58 Rooker, James C. 
Asst. Chief of Police 
Puyallup, Washington 

39 Rooney, Joseph E. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Sacramento, California 

41 Roope, George N. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Austin, Minnesota 

59 Roos, Clifford E. 
Chief, Patrol Division 
Los Angeles County SO 
Los Angeles, California 



39 



Acting Detective, PD 
Buffalo, New York 



49 



Patrolman, PD 
Owego, New York 



59 Roper, Ralph W. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

49 Rose, Jesse T. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Los Alamos, New Mexico 



14 [ 



35 



Deputy Sheriff 
Mississippi County SO 
Blytheville, Arkansas 

Rosenau, Louis 
Captain, PD 
Westport, Connecticut 



40 Rosencrans, Harvey W. , Jr. 
(SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Helena, Montana 



54 Ross, Jewell L. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Berkeley, California 

28 Ross, John David 
Sheriff 

Santa Barbara County SO 
Santa Barbara, California 

55 Rossiter, Louis F. 
Chief of Police 
Whitpain Township PD 
Center Square, Pa. 

61 Roth, Michael 
Sergeant, PD 
St. Louis, Missouri 

23 Rouls, Edward D. (Retired) 
Chief, Criminal Division 
Dade County SO 
Miami, Florida 

21 Rountree, W. S. 
Game Warden 
Nansemond County 
Suffolk, Virginia 

34 Rourke, James C. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

53 Rouse, Charles A. 
Captain, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

47 Rouzer, Vaul E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Altoona, Pennsylvania 



11 



uniei 01 laemuicauon 

Bureau, Spokane County SO 
Spokane, Washington 

43 Royal, Alvin 

Chief of Police, PD 
Ecorse, Michigan 

14 Royce, Arthur T. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Jeffersonville, Indiana 



47 Rucker, John B. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 

49 Rudge, Harper R. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
McDonald, Ohio 

54 Rudolph, Jack W. 

Captain, Pleasant Hills 

Borough Police 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

44 Rudolph, Warren 
Lieutenant, PD 
Winchester, Virginia 

36 Rudow, Richard G. 
Captain, PD 
Chatham, New Jersey 

27 Rumple, Jay Charles 

Sheriff, Iredell County SO 
Statesville, North Carolina 

58 Runyan, Richard Thomas bo 

Chief of Police, PD b7C 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

17 Ruppenthal, Goodwyn J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Montgomery, Alabama 

50 Ruppert E . J. 
Sergeant, PD 
Iowa City, Iowa 

52 Rush, Allen C. 
Captain 

Kansas Highway Patrol 
Topeka, Kansas 

60 Rush, William P. 

Lieutenant, PD ^ 

West Hartford, Connecticut 

53 Russ, Edwin C. 
Chief of Police 
Missoula, Montana 

31 RusseU, Charles H. , Jr. (Ret.) 
Deputy Inspector 

Nassau County PD \ 

Mineola, New York 

18 Russell, Donald P. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Burlington, Vermont 



130 



1 


29 


Russell, Francis W. 
Captain, PD 


47 






52 


Santana-Maiz, William 
Lieutenant Colonel 


1 




* 


Detective, PD 




1 




Boston, Massachusetts 




Troy, New York 




Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 


1 


^B 


58 


Ruth, Richard Stephen 


60 


Salter, Hugh 






^1 


^B 




Detective, PD 




Sheriff, Carteret County SO 


31 


Santos, Dominador 


^H 


I 




Charlotte, North Carolina 




Beaufort, North Carolina 




Major, Chief of Inspection 
Bureau, PD 


H 


1 


20 


Rutter, Joseph D. 
Colonel, Superintendent 


51 


Salvin, Willia^m A. * 
Chief of Police, PD 




Manila, Philippines 


1 


^1 




New Jersey State Police 




Huntington Park, California 


49 


Saunders, Charles V. 


^1 


^B' 




Trenton, New Jersey 








Chief of Police, PD 


^1 


I ' 


29 


Ryan, Albert E. 


56 


Sammeck, Frank J. 
Lieutenant 




Bozeman, Montana 


H 


^B 




Chief of Police, PD 




Baltimore County PD 


32 


Savage, Alton E. 


^^k 


^H 




Arlington, Massachusetts 




Towson, Maryland 




Chief of Police, PD 


^H 


^^^H 












Auburn, Maine 


^^k 


■ 


20 


Ryan, Ambrose A. 
Captain, PD 


56 


Sanabria Cortes, Leandro 
Captain, Police of Puerto Rico 


15 




1 


1 V 


■ 




Hoboken, New Jersey 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 




Patrolman, PD 
Syracuse, New York 


1 


^B 


36 


Ryan, Howard J. 


23 


Sanders, Carl J. 






^^k 


^B 




Chief of Police, PD 




Colonel, Director 


29 


Savage, Joseph E. 


^^k 


B 




Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania 




Nebraska Safety Patrol 
Lincoln, Nebraska 




Asst. Superintendent b6 
Bureau of Criminal b7C 


H 


^B^ 


27 


Ryan, John F. 








Identification, PD 


^^k 


^B. 




Captain, Metropolitan PD 


34 


Sanders, Ernest R. 




Bayonne, New Jersey 


^^k 


B 




Washington, D. C. 




Chief ol Police, PD 
Marietta, Georgia 


29 


Savage, Richard A, 


H 


B| 


51 


Ryan, Leo B, 








Lieutenant, PD 


^H 


^B 




Lieutenant, PD 


55 


Sanders, Thomas L 




Orange, New Jersey 


^^k 


1' 


62 


Savannah, Georgia 
Ryan, Paul D. 




Sheriff, Tangipahoa Parish SO 
Amite, Louisiana 


1 


Savory, Edwin W. * 
Superintendent of Police, PD 


1 


n 




Detective, Bureau of Police 


40 


Sandman, Henry J. 




Radford, Virginia 


^H 


I ' 




Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 




Lieutenant Colonel, 
Chief of Detectives, PD 


61 


Sawdon, Robert J. 


H 


1 


3 


Ryan, Thomas W. * 
Director, Division of Safety 
Albany, New York 


7 


Cincinnati, Ohio 

Sandstrom, Walter A. 
Chief of Police, PD 


37 


Lieutenant, PD 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

Sawyer, Carl R. 


1 


B 


19 


Ryan, William Edwin 
Sheriff, Hennepin County SO 




West Hartford, Connecticut 




Sergeant, PD 

Keene, New Hampshire 


1 


B ' 




Minneapolis, Minnesota 


30 


Sanford, Curtis G. (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 


37 


Sawyer, George D. 


1 


B 


32 


Rycroft, JohnW. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Maiden, Massachusetts 




Chief Deputy 
Walworth County SO 


1 


^^^B 




Lexington, Massachusetts 


58 


Sanford, Howard T. 
Chief of Police, PD 




Elkhorn, Wisconsin ; 


1 


I 


47 


Sage, Russell 0. , Jr. 
Sergeant, PD 




Indiana, Pennsylvania 


51 


Sawyer, J. Herbert 
Inspector, PD 


1 


B 




Kansas City, Kansas 


57 


Sanford, Logan H. 
Director 




Dallas, Texas 


1 


B 


55 


Salmans, Henry Richmond, Sr 
Chief of Police, PD 




Kansas Bureau of Investigatior 
Topeka, Kansas 


I 62 


Sawyer, Robert Charles 
Sergeant, PD 


1 


L 




Salina, Kansas 




131 




Tuscaloosa, Alabama 


1 





30 Scanlin, John H. 
Detective Sergeant 


52 Schleigh, Norman Jerome 
Captain, PD 






1 


49 




■ 




Inspector, Santa Cruz ^M 




Haverford Township PD 


Baltimore, Maryland 


County SO ^H 




Havertown, Pennsylvania 


57 Schmalhofer, George 


Santa Cruz, California ^M 




53 Schafer, Francis J. 


Frederick 


55 Schriver, Edwin S.. , Jr. ^M 




Asst. Superintendent 


Captain, Delaware State Police 


Staff Inspector, PD ^M 




Bureau of Police, Dept. of 


Dover, Delaware 


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ^M 




Public Safety 




^M 




Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


40 Schmidt, Henry George 


39 Schroeder, Edwin C. ^M 






Asst. Superintendent 

Big Bend National Park 

Big Bend National Park, Texas 


Lieutenant ^M 
Indiana State Police ^M 
Indianapolis, Indiana ^M 


6| h 


Deputy Sheriff 




Ramsey County SO 




^M 




St. Paul, Minnesota 


55 Schmit, Raymond Joseph 


55 Schroeder, Wilmer Bryan ^M 






Patrolman, PD 


Sheriff, Scott County SO ^ H 




51 Schamerhorn, A. J. 


Buffalo, New York 


Shakopee, Minnesota "^ ^M 




Chief of Police, PD 




^M 




Pasadena, Texas 


42 Schneider, Frederick L. 


23 Schrotel, Stanley R. H 






Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


Colonel, Chief of Police, PD ^M 




34 Schang, Blain B. (Retired) 


Cape Giradeau, Missouri 


Cincinnati, Ohio ^M 




Sergeant of Detectives 




he H 




State Police 


19 Schneider, Herman R. (Ret.) 


58 Schwartz, Lyle F. b7C ^| 




Indianapolis, Indiana 


Chief of Police, PD 


Lieutenant, PD ^M 






Fremont, Ohio 


Covington, Kentucky ^| 




61 Schauer, Willard 
Chief of Police 


13 Schnetter, Carl H. (Ret.) 


39 1 


m 


■ 




Whitehall Borough PD 


Major, Delaware State Police 


Patrolman, PD ^1 




Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


Dover, Delaware 


Cresskill, New Jersey ^M 




31 Schauf, Forrest J. 


56 Schnorbus, Joseph A. 


30 Schwenk, Walter C. ■ 




Captain, PD 


Lieutenant, PD 


Deputy Sheriff, Probation ^ ^M 




Yakima, Washington 


Trenton, New Jersey 


Officer, Eau Claire ^M 
County SO H 




7 Scheib, John Eugene (SA, FBI) 


21 Schoeneman, Donald E. 


Eau Claire, Wisconsin ^M 




Special Investigator 


Chief of Police, PD 


^M 




Salt Lake County SO 


Bismarck, North Dakota 


52 Scott, Donald M. H 




Salt Lake City, Utah 




Chief of Police, PD H 






52 Scholer, George W. 


Kokomo, Indiana ^M 




54 Scheibner, A. M. 


Chief of Police, PD 


^M 




Major, Kansas Highway Patrol 


Columbus, Ohio 


61 Scott, Donald Morton H 




Topeka^ Kansas 




Lieutenant, PD ^M 






40 Schoonover, GroverC, Jr. 


San Francisco, California B 




17 Scherer, Elmer H, 

Inspector of Police, PD 
Manitowoc, Wisconsin 


(SA,FBI) 
Deputy Sheriff 
Maricopa County SO 


34 




. ■ 




■ 


Asst. Identification Officer, PD H 






Phoenix, Arizona 


Columbia, South Carolina ■ 




36 Schimmer, Harold C. 




" ■ 




Inspector, PD 


52 Schorner, William C. 


57 Scott, Richard George ■ 




Detroit, Michigan 


Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 


Chief of Police, PD H 






Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


Penn Yan, New York H 




59 Schippers, Richard J. 




■ 




Sergeant 


28 Schott, Jacob W. 


14 Scott, Walter R. (Retired) ■ 




Colorado State Patrol 


Lieutenant Colonel, PD 


Lieutenant, PD ^M 




Denver, Colorado 


Cincinnati, Ohio 


San Diego, California H 




55 Schirmer, Paul J. 




61 Scriven, John B. , Jr. S 




Lieutenant, PD 




Detective Sergeant, PD H 




Cincinnati, Ohio 




Cedar Rapids, Iowa H 






132 









56 [ 



Captain, PD 
Amarillo, Texas 

36 Seaman, William Mac 
Deputy Sheriff 
Tensas Parish SO 

St. Joseph, Louisiana 

37 Seares, Robert S. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Arcadia, California 



22 



Patrolman, PD 
Watertown, South Dakota 



Investigator, Los Angeles 
County District Attorney's 
Office 

Los Angeles, California 

27 Seber, George Lee 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Houston, Texas 

49 Secanky, John Steve 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Racine, Wisconsin 

34 See, Thomas J. 
Detective, PD 
Cumberland, Maryland 

61 Segel, Gerald R. 
Lieutenant 
Franklin County SO 
Columbus, Ohio 

30 Seitz, CazenoveC, (Retired) 
Major, Delaware State Police 
Dover, Delaware 



36 [ 



Deputy Sheriff 
Greene County SO 
Greeneville, Tennessee 

44 Self, James Pack 
Chief of Police, PD 
Decatur, Alabama 

54 Sellar, George M. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 



29 Semple, J. Fred 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bridgeton, New Jersey 

30 Senn, Charles W. (Retired) 
Chief j)f Police, PD 
Mount Lebanon, Pa. 

59 Serio, S. N. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
San Anselmo, California 

41 Serra, Frederick J. 
Chief o:E Police, PD 
Mount Morris, Michigan 

58 Seryak, Joseph V. 

Lieutenant, Ohio State 

Highway Patrol 
Columbus, Ohio 

36 Setzer, Everett C. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
South Pasadena, California 



25 



14 



Detective Sergeant, PD 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Severs, Henry C. 
Officer in Charge 
Enforcement Division 
Mecklenburg County Alcohol 

Beverage Control Board 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



22 [ 



Patrolman, PD 
Ashtabula, Ohio 



62 



31 



Shaffer, William Bert 
Chief of Police, PD 

Southgate, Michigan 

Shaffer, William E. 
Captain of Detectives 
Lower Merion Township PD 
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 



27 Shanahan, James Laurence 
(SA,. FBI) 
Wayne County SO 
Detroit, Michigan 

49 Shanahan, Walter F. 

Lieutenant, Chicago Park 

District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 



58 Shannon, Ray 
Lieutenant, PD 
Harlingen, Texas 



48 



49 



Corporal Technician 

Indiana State Police 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

61 Sharp, Robert H. 

Captain, Orange County SO 
Santa Ana, California 

60 Sharpe, Daniel J. 
Detective Sergeant 
Police Bureau 
Rochester, New York 

16 Shatraw, Darwin D. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Massena, New York 

54 Shaver, Paul A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 

4 Shaw, Ora J. (Retired) 
State Brand Inspector ^^ 
Boise, Idaho ^^C 

17 Shay, Marvin L. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman,. PD 

Pierre, South Dakota 

17 Shea, Lawrence P. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Yonkers, New York 

39 Shea, W. Joseph 
Chief of Police, PD 
Natick, Massachusetts 



burgess, tjorough of Crafton 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



40 Sheehan, John B. 

Captain, Nassau County PD 
Mineola, New York 

45 Sheehan, Joseph J. 

Lieutenant, Alameda County SO 
Oakland, California 

47 Sheehy^ Edward J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Hoboken, New Jersey 



133 



15 




43 


Shook, D. L. 
Identification Officer, PD 


34 




1 1* 


Simecka, Raphael J. 


Lieutenant, PD 


Patrolman 




Vicksburg, Mississippi 




North Little Rock, Arkansas 




Kansas Highway Patrol 
Topeka, Kansas 


33 


Shelby, Gilbert J. (Retired) 


34 


Shores, Lawrence H. 








Inspector, PD 




Chief of Police, Upper 


38 


Simmers, William C. (Ret. ) 




Detroit, Michigan 




Moreland Township PD 
Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 




Chief of Police, PD 
Ithaca, New York 


55 


Shelley, Daniel Edward 












Inspector, PD 


32 


Short, Daniel A. 


38 


Simmonds, Bernard 0. 




San Francisco, California 




Chief of Police, PD 
Hull, Massachusetts 




Detective Sergeant, PD 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada 


32 


Shelton, Allen M. , Jr. 








- 




Town Marshal 


36 


Shumate, James Foltz 


44 


Simmons, Charles Phillips 




Waterproof, Louisiana 




Lieutenant, PD 
Denver, Colorado 




Special Officer, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 


51 


Shelton, Kenneth J. 
Agent, Tennessee. Bureau of 
Investigation 


9 




60 




1* 


Simmons, Hulon L. 


Lieutenant, PD 


Chief Criminal Deputy 




Nashville, Tennessee 




Martinsville, Virginia 




Tangipahoa Parish SO 
Amite, Louisiana 


61 


Shelton, Thomas B. 


60 


Shunk, William D. 








Sheriff, Union County 




Captain, PD 


7 


Simmons, Robert J. 




Sheriff's Department 




Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 




Chief of Police, PD 




New Albany, Mississippi 


36 


Shutack, Andrew 




Oneonta, New York 


24 


Shene, John J. (Retired) 




Captain, PD 


62 


Simon, Donald Ray 




Chief of Police, PD 




Manville, New Jersey 




Identification Officer ' 




Lake Placid, New York 








Rock County Sheriff's Dept. -^^ 






47 


Sibley, Ray J. 




Janesville, Wisconsin ^^^ 


61 


Sheridan, Donald F. 




Chief of Police, PD 






Lieutenant Instructor, PD 




Bastrop, Louisiana 


49 


Simonson, Claire E. ' j 




Syracuse, New York 








Criminal Investigator 






62 


Silch, Arthur H. 




Milwaukee County SO 


42 


Sherman, Jay J. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 




Patrolman, PD 

St. Louis, Missouri 




Milwaukee, Wisconsin 




El Monte, California 






62 


Simonton, George B. 






57 


Siler, Ralph Hunter 




Chief Deputy, Lincoln Parish 


25 


Shew, Harry S. (Retired) 




Inspector, PD 




Sheriff's Department 




Colonel, Superintendent 




Memphis, Tennessee 




Ruston, Louisiana 




Delaware State Police 












Dover, Delaware 


62 


Silk, JohnV. 

Lieutenant Inspector, PD 


51 


Simpson, Charles Ewing 
Chief of Police, PD 


38 


Shields, Robert H. 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 




Lynn, Massachusetts 




Monterey, California 




Marion County SO 


60 


Silvestro, Louis J. 


46 


Simpson, James Herbert 




Indianapolis, Indiana 




Chief of Police, Greenwich 
Township PD 




Detective, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 


54 


Shipley, Lee V. 




Gibbstown, New Jersey 








Deputy Sheriff 






35 


Simpson, Walter L. 




Larimer County SO 


47 


Silvey, William A. 




Chief of Detectives, Middlesex 




Fort Collins, Colorado 




Chief of Police, PD 
Hermiston, Oregon 

Simco, J. E. * 




County Prosecutor's Office 
New Brunswick, New Jersey 

Sines, Roscoe Clinton 


44 


1 1- 

Trooper 


21 


30 




Arkansas State Police 




Sheriff, Upton County SO 




Lieutenant, Prince Georges • 




Little Rock, Arkansas 




Rankin, Texas 
134 




County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 



54 Singley, Kenneth Charles 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lewis town, Montana 



33 



34 



Chief Deputy Constable 
District #1, Dade County 
Miami, Florida 

Sitts, Clifton A. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ilion, New York 



37 Skaggs, James D, 

Chairman, State Board of 

Prison Terms and Paroles 
Olympia, Washington 

19 Skinner, Lessert T. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Sheridan County SO 
Rushville, Nebraska 

34 Skuzinski, Stanley J. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

24 Slabaugh, Merle W. (Ret.) 
Sergeant, PD 
Mishawaka, Indiana 

28 Slate, George W. (Ret) 
Sergeant, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

30 Slattery, MichaelJ. 
Captain, Bureau of 
Reclamation Rangers 
Glen Canyon Dam Site 
Page, Arizona 

62 Slenkamp, A. H. 
Chief of Police 
Borough of Brentwood PD 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

51 Sligh, John H. 
Warrant Officer 
Armed Services Police 
Washington, D. C. 

54 Sloane, Clifton E. 
Captain, PD 
Bangor, Maine 

21 Smalley, Alfred T, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Highland Park, New Jersey 



55 



52 



60 



57 



62 Smalley, Donald L. 16 

Sergeant 

New Jersey State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

35 Smart, Carl W. 
Probation and Parole Officer 
Dept. of Institutional Services 
Augusta, Maine 

49 Smelley, Joe 

Chief, Alabama Highway 

Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 

62 Smeltzer, Arnold E. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Chelan County SO 
Wenatcliee, Washii^ton 

36 Smith, Charles R. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Phoeni5[, Arizona 

11 Smith, Charlie W. 
Major, Chief of Police 
Chesterfield County PD 
Chesterfield, Virginia 

1 Smith, Clarence 

Lieutenant, PD 41 

Stamford, Connecticut 

33 Smith, Cyril W. 
Sergeant, PD 
Stockton, California 

62 Smith, Darol V. 
Captain 

Monterey County SO 
Salinas, California 



17 Smith, Dennie G. 

Chief Criminal Investigator 
Security Department, 

U. S. Naval Air Station 
San Diego, California 

62 Smith, Donald Edward 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pekin, Illinois 

43 Smith, Douglas H. (SA, FBI) 
Deputy Sheriff, Beltrami 

County SO 
Bemidji, Minnesota 



Smith, Earl Howard 
Inspector, Baltimore County PD 
Towson, Maryland 

Smith, Emil Paul 
Captain, PD 
Tacoma, Washington 

Smith, Eugene Granville 
Chief of Police, PD 
Little Rock, Arkansas 

Smith, Franklin James 
Detective, PD 
Cheyenne, Wyoming 

Smith, Frederic W. , Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD j^g 

Buffalo , New Yor k j^ 7 ^ 



Asst, Chief Enforcement 
Officer, Washington State 
Liquor Board 

Seattle, Washington 

29 Smith, George H. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Leominster, Massachusetts 



Investigator, Department of 
Alcohol Beverage Control 
Arkansas Revenue Commission 
Texarkana, Arkansas 

51 Smith, Harley A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Ontario, California 

27 Smith, Harold D. 
Superintendent 
State Reformatory for Men 
Lincoln, Nebraska 

46 Smith, Harry D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
National City, California 

55 Smith, Howard P. * 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Spartanburg, S. C. 

58 Smith, J. Wilson 

Sheriff, Grant Parish SO 
Colfax, Louisiana 



135 



49 Smith, James Frank 
Lieutenant, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 

10 Smith, John Hugh (SA, FBI) 
(Retired) 
Detective, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 

20 Smith, John J. 
Captain, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

62 Smith, John W. 

Assistant Superintendent , PD 
Macon, Georgia 

44 Smith, Lewis E. 
Captain, Town of 

Huntington PD 
Huntington, Long Island, 

New York 

61 Smith, Lyle E. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Tacoma, Washington 

60 Smith, MerrellC. 
Asst. Chief Deputy 
Erie County Sheriff's Dept 
Buffalo, New York 

56 Smith, Paul M. 
Director 

Kentucky State Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

53 Smith, Reuben C. 
Investigator 
Florida Forest Service 
Tallahassee, Florida 

59 Smith, Robert T. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



4 Smith, Vaughan R. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Plymouth, Michigan 



15 



57 [ 



Sergeant, PD 

Charleston, South Carolina 

36 Smith, William Hobart 
Lieutenant, PD 
Eugene, Oregon 

17 Snell, Gerald C. (SA, FBI) 
Captain, PD 
El Dorado, Kansas 



8 



Patrolman, Oklahoma 

Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

48 Smith, Thomas Allen 

Sergeant, Georgia Bureau 

of Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 

43 Smith, Thomas J. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 
Fort Worth, Texas 



41 



Captain of Detectives, PD 
Zanesville, Ohio 



38 Snow, John E. 
Inspector 

New Hampshire Motor 
Vehicle Department 
Concord, New Hampshire 

31 Snow, Marion A. 

Trooper, Utah Highway Patrol 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



Lieutenant 

State Highway Patrol 

Columbus, Ohio 

4 Sorenson, Fred M. * 

Sheriff, Box Elder County SO 
Brigham City, Utah 

44 Sorrells, Howard 
Captain, PD 
Oakland, California 

30 Soto-Rodriguez, Benigno 
Major 

Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

41 Sousa, Carlos A. 
Sheriff -Coroner 
San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton, California 

58 Souter, James M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Dallas, Texas 



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54 Snow^ Max M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Provo, Utah 

44 Snyder, D. W. 

Sheriff, Webster County SO 
Walthall, Mississippi 

58 Snyder, Gordon W, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brighton, New York 

31 Soden, Kenneth E. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Eastchester, New York 

53 Solari, Charles Walter 
Chief Criminal Investigator 
Escambia County SO 
Pensacola, Florida 

53 Solomon, J. M. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

54 Sommer, Antone J, (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant, PD 

Oak Park, nUnois 



Special Agent, State Bureau 

of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



25 



Fulton County Solicitor 

General's Office 
Atlanta, Georgia 

15 Spencer, Albert 
Chief of Police, PD 
Tuckahoe, New York 



23 



Detective, PD 
Flint, Michigan 



36 Spencer, Ralph F. 

Inspector, Nebraska State 

Liquor Commission 
Plattsmouth, Nebraska 

57 Sperling, Miles William 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Lodi, California 

56 Spina, DominickA. 
Captain, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 



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42 






13 






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Stair, Claude A. , Jr. 
Captain, PD 


Stephens, Martin H. 


Captain, PD 




Chief, BeUe Meade PD 


H 


Reno, Nevada 


t 


52 


Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

Stanley, Clifford Vernon 
Detective Captain, PD 


49 


Nashville, Tennessee 


1 


Stephens, Thomas J, * 


Lieutenant, PD 


Chief Criminal Deputy Sheriff, 




Newport News, Virginia 




Denver, Colorado 




Natchitoches Parish SO 
Natchitoches, Louisiana 


H 


Spooner, Robert 


61 


Starling, Haywood R. 








Chief of Police, PD 




Special Agent, North Carolina 52 


Stephenson, Frank J. 




Plant City, Florida 




State Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 




Deputy Chief of Police 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 


1 


Sprague, Forrest R. 












Chief of Police, PD 


57 


Starratt, Robert L. 


33 


Stevens, Harold L. (SA, FBI) 




Warwick, Rhode Island 




Lieutenant, PD 
Jacksonville, Florida 




Lieutenant, PD 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 


H < 


Sprague, George H. 












Captain, PD 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 


56 


Startup, Dwight George 
Sergeant, PD 


34 


1 1 


Asst. Deputy Identification 








Liberty , New York 




Expert, Alameda County SO 


^1 


Sprague, James N. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Kansas City, Missouri 








OqItI nnH Pnlifornia 




18 


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54 


V^dtVlciliU, \^a.it~u.\J± iii.«. , 


Patrolman, PD 


Stevens, William C, 










Mount Pleasant, Michigan 




Detective Sergeant 






H 




* 








Division of Police 






U. S. Atomic 


39 


Staylor, Claude James, Jr. 
Deputy Chief of Police, PD 




Dayton, Ohio . ^ 
Stevick, Waldo Dale ^^^ 


Energy Comm 


ission 




Augusta, Georgia 




Norfolk, Virginia 


48 












Chief of Police, PD 


H 


Spriggs, Carl L. 
Chief of Police, PD 


45 


Steach, Joseph F., 
Detective, PD 




Lima, Ohio 


^m • 


Hutchinson, Kansas 




Kansas City, Kansas 


22 


Stewart, D. Lamar 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 


H 


Spriggs, George W, 


33 


StegalL, Noah A. 




Dougherty County SO 




Captain, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




Albany, Georgia 


^^^1 


South Pasadena, California 




Thomas ville, Georgia 


36 


Stewart, Harold F. 


■ 


Springs, Orvie E. 


45 


Stege, Harry L. 




Chief, U. S. Park Police 




Sergeant, PD 




Captain., PD 




Washington, D. C. 




San Antonio, Texas 




Tulsa, Oklahoma 


36 


Stewart, Jurd G. 




57 


Sprinkle, Donald R. 


43 


Stene, C. 0. 




Sheriff, Union Parish SO 




Undersheriff , King County SO 




Captaini, Central Control 




Farmerville, Louisiana 




Seattle, Washington 




System, PD 






^^^^M 






Sioux Falls, South Dakota 


31 


Stewart, Karl Frederick 


H 


Spurgin, Herman E. * 








Chief of Police, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 


55 


Stephens, George A. 




Fulton, New York 


^^H 


University City, Missouri 




Captain, Mecklenburg 












County PD 


54 


Stiffler, J. E., Sr. 


1 


Stack, John B. 

Patrolman, Bureau of Police 




Charlotte, North Carolina 




Captain, PD 

Piiphln Polnraiin 




Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 


36 




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51 


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Stigall, Jack 




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Georgiii State Patrol 
Atlanta, Georgia 




Captain, PD 


Sergeant, PD 


Bristol, Virginia 




Yuma, Arizona 


















137 




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4 Still, Frank (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Appalachia, Virginia 



58 Stover, Herschel B. 
Patrolman, PD 
Aurora, Illinois 



42 Stumbaugh, Harley E. 

Undersheriff, Kern County SO 
Bakersfield, CaLiornia 



18 Still, J. Charles (SA, FBI) 12 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kingsport, Tennessee 



36 Stiltz, Jack Emory 
Chief of Police, PD 
Vallejo, California 



41 



44 



53 Stips, John A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Manchester, New Hampshire 34 



16 Stockton, James M.(SA, FBI) 
Chief of Detectives, PD 
Jackson, Mississippi 



31 



46 



Deputy Sheriff 
Maury County SO 
Columbia, Tennessee 

20 Stoker, Charles C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
High Point, North Carolina 

36 Stokes, Abjohn C. (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Hartford, Connecticut 

52 Stokes, Johnny Alston * 

Sheriff, Darlington County SO 
Darlington, South Carolina 

58 Stone, Kendall J, 

Inspector, San Bernardino 

County SO 
San Bernardino, California 

55 Stone, Walter E. 
Commander, PD 
Providence, Rhode Island 

60 Stone, William Roy 
Chief of Police, PD 
Longview, Texas 

49 Stotko, George J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
St. Cloud, Minnesota 

25 Stout, Peter 

Chief of Police, PD 
Northampton, Pennsylvania 

52 Stovall, William Farley 
Lieutenant, PD 
Long Beach, California 



36 



47 



60 



32 



37 



30 



23 



37 



28 



Stovern, Elmer Otto * 55 

Superintendent, Minnesota 

Bureau of Criminal 

Apprehension 
St. Paul, Minnesota 

St. Pierre, Leslie F. 
Lieutenant, Division of Police 
Dayton, Ohio 

Stragier, Charles 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Lansing, Michigan 

Strand, Alvin M. (Retired) 

Lieutenant, PD 

Los Angeles, California 

Strauss, Fidelis J. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Wheeling, West Virginia 

Strazzo, Michael J. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Sacramento, California 

Stroh, John 
Lieutenant, PD 
Akron, Ohio 

Stroh, John H. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Torrance, California 

Strom, J, Preston 
Chief of South Carolina 

Law Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Strub, Joseph H. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Dubuque, Iowa 

Stryker, Lawrence Rodney 

(Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Stubits, Frank 

Sergeant, PD 

St Louis, Missouri 

Stuckey, Amos Edwin * 
Chief of Police, PD 
LaMesa, California 



37 



36 



54 



51 



11 



54 



16 



56 



32 



43 



Stuper, John S. 
Assistant Superintendent 
Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

Suarez, Silver 
Chief of Police, PD 
Springfield, Illinois 

Sulienberger, William H. (Ret. ) 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Sullivan, D. Edward 

Captain, PD 

Brockton, Massachusetts 

Sullivan, Francis J. 

Sergeant, PD 

Concord, New Hampshire 



Sullivan, Francis Michael 
Lieutenant, PD 
New York, New York 

Sullivan, Fred T. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Waterbury, Connecticut 

Sullivan, Joseph W, 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Bingham ton, New York 

Sullivan, L, B. * 
Director, Alabama Dept. 

of Public Safety 
Montgomery, Alabama 

Sullivan, R. Bruce * 
Sheriff, LaPlata County SO 
Durango, Colorado 

Sullivan, Roland D. 
Patrolman, PD 
Bessemer, Alabama 

Sullivan, Thomas J, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wethersfield, Connecticut 

SuUivan, William B. * 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Mexico, Missouri 



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138 



35 Sullivan, William H. (Ret. ) 
Captain, PD 

Hartford, Connecticut 

46 Summerford, Leslie 
Police Sergeant, PD 
Albany, Georgia 

57 Summers, Joseph John 
Sergeant, Chicago Park 

District Police 
Chicago, Illinois 

56 Sundquist, Paul R. 
Acting Captain, PD 
Jamestown, New York 

56 Sutton, Richard Y. 
Lieutenant of Detectives 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

57 Sutton, William E. 
Lieutenant, York County 

Police 
York, South Carolina 

36 Swallick, John 
Chief of Police, PD 
Perth Amboy, New Jersey 



29 : 



Detective, PD 
Portland, Oregon 

7 Swann, L. J. 
Assistant Warden 
Florida State Prison 
Raiford, Florida 

55 Swanson, Albert W. 
Patrolman, PD 
Evanston, Illinois 

13 Swartout, Gerald S. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Spokane, Washirgton 

52 Sweedy, Edward, Jr. 
Detective, Morris County 

Prosecutor's Office 
Morristown, New Jersey 

31 Sweeney, Frank A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 



51 Sweeney, Howard F. 
Captain, PD 
Everett, Washington 

37 Sweitzer, Roland B. 
Captain, Prince Georges 

County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 

34 Swenson, S. N. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Aberdeen, South Dakota 

36 Swinney, Herbert Waltermer 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ontario, California 

4 Switter, Stanley W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Massillon, Ohio 

27 Sylvester^, Joseph L. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Chicago Heights, Illinois 

7 Szewczykowski, Teofan J. (Ret. 
Deputy Sheriff, Milwaukee 

County SO 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

20 Tacke, Charles J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Clayton, Missouri 



58 Taylor, Joseph Wilson 
Sheriff, Tate County SO 
Senatobia, Mississippi 

9 Taylor, Lawrence M, * 
Asst. Superintendent, 
State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

34 Taylor, Rufus L. 
Patrolman, Texas Highway 

Patrol, Texas Department 
of Public Safety 
Austin, Texas 

31 Taylor, SethW. (Retired) 
Detective -Lieutenant, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

35 Taylor, Strevell G. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ventura, California 

25 Teague, James R. 

Captain, PD 
) High Point, North Carolina 

35 Teehan, John F. 
Detective, PD 
Cambridge, Massachusetts 



39 



6 Teipel, Robert 
Detective, PD 
Covington, Kentucky 



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Captain, PD 
Greenville, Mississippi 

3 Taggart, William (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Greenville, Mississippi 

57 Tallmai, Clarence M. , Jr. 
Detective, PD 
St, Petersburg, Florida 

47 Taylor, Charles M, 

Sheriff s Inspector, Santa 

Barbara County SO 
Santa Barbara, California 

57 Taylor, Ernest H. 

Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

7 Taylor, John T, (Retired) 
Captain, PD 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 



52 Tench, Charles Lee, Jr. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 

31 Tenorio, Telesforo 

Colonel, Chief of Police, PD 
Manila, Philippines 

46 Terry, Harold M. 

Captain, Caddo Parish SO 
Shreveport, Louisiana 



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Patrolman, PD 
Trenton, New Jersey 



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Inspector of Police, PD 
Mobile, Alabama 

41 Thayer, Frank H. * 

Sheriff, Lewis County SO 
Chehalis, Washir^ton 



139 



27 Thayer, Lewis * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Woodstock, Illinois 

55 Theriault, Albert J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Rumford, Maine 

10 Thorn, Russell A. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sandusky, Ohio 

38 Thomas, Albert 
Chief Probation Officer 
Yellowstone County 
Billings, Montana 

10 Thomas, Clark * 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Ashland, Oregon 

34 Thomas, Douglas A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Alliance, Nebraska 

56 Thomas, Herman J. 
Inspector of Police, PD 
Madison, Wisconsin 

39 Thomas, Ivy A. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

57 Thomas, John H. 
Patrolman, PD 
Xenia, Ohio 

33 Thomas, Lloyd E, 

Lieutenant, State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

47 Thomas, Ray W. 
Deputy Sheriff, East 

Baton Rouge Parish SO 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

46 Thomas, Robert Melton 
Captain, PD 
Great Falls, Montana 

25 Thomas, W. C. 

Major, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

40 Thomas, William R. 
Sergeant, PD 
Saginaw, Michigan 



59 Thompson, Dennis Clifford 58 

Lieutenant, PD 
Front Royal, Virginia 

35 Thompson, Elmer J. 33 

Captain, PD 
Ridgefield Park, New Jersey 

57 Thompson, Eugene Francis 

Detective, PD 19 

Fulton, New York 

29 Thompson, George N. 
Inspector, PD 
Las Vegas, Nevada 



53 



20 



52 



45 



10 Thompson, Joe N. 
Deputy Sheriff of 

McLennan County 
Waco, Texas 

54 Thompson, John H. 
Deputy Sheriff, Yakima 

County SO 
Yakima, Washington 

34 Thompson, Marshal (Ret. ) 
Detective, PD 
Camden, New Jersey 

47 Thompson, Paul L. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Shelby ville, Tennessee 



14 Thompson, Ralph C. * 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Pueblo County SO 
Pueblo, Colorado 42 

14 Thompson, Ray J. (SA, FBI) 
Detective, PD 
Terre Haute, Indiana 59 

24 Thompson, Robert G, , Sr. (Ret. ) 
Lieutenant, U. S. Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 



24 Thomsen, Charles N. 
Captain, Chief, Detective 
Bureau, Prince Georges 
County PD 
Seat Pleasant, Maryland 



20 



uapiain oi Detectives, PD 
Davenport, Iowa 



60 



35 



59 



Thoren, Richard Floyd 
Lieutenant, PD 
Jamestown, New York 

Thorsen, Clarence M. 
Captain, Alabama Highway 

Patrol 
Montgomery, Alabama 

Thrasher, John F. 
Superintendent, Officer 

Commanding ^*0" Division 
RCMP, Toronto, 
Ottawa, Canada 

Tiani, Fredrick P. 

Detective Sergeant, PD - 

New Canaan, Connecticut 

Tibbs, Victor Vernon 
Sheriff, Monterey County SO 
Salinas, California 

Tiffin, Howard P. 
Major, Provost Marshal 

General* s Office 
U. S. Army 
Washington, D. C, 

Tighe, Anthony James 

Detective, PD 

St. Paul, Minnesota 

Tighe, Francis D. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD b6 

Aurora, Illinois b7C 

Timer man, Roy P. 

Captain, U- S. Marine Corps 

Washington, D. C. 

Timme, M. J. 
1st Sergeant Detective 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

Toal, James 

Inspector of Detectives, PD - 

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

Tobin, Eugene 0. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Everett, Massachusetts 

Tobin, William F, 
Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Danbury, Connecticut 



140 



35 Todd, Thomas B. * ^^ 

Chief of Police, PD 
Aiken, South Carolina 

58 Toeppler, Clarence B. 
Captain, PD 
Neenah, Wisconsin 

51 Tomlin, Jack 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Odessa, Texas 

51 Tompkins, William C. , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

9 Tonra, James W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brookline, Massachusetts 

55 Tothill, William G. 
Sergeant, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 

39 Toulan, John W. , Jr. (SA, FBI) ^'^ 
Inspector, PD 
Fall River, Massachusetts 



21 



31 



55 



10 



38 



57 Towe, Ernest M. 
Captain, PD 
Norfolk, Virginia 

56 Towle, John M. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Bakersfield, California 

53 Towler, Juby E, 
Captain, PD 
Danville, Virginia 

61 Tracey, Roy E. 

Captain of Police, PD 
Gardena, California 

17 Tracy, Franklin J. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Lockport, New York 

47 Traeger, James W. 
Captain, PD 
Gary, Indiana 

52 Trafton, William W. 

Lieutenant, Department of 

Territorial Police 
Juneau, Alaska 



19 



44 



49 



27 



52 



60 



62 



Trammell, M. H. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Beaufort, South Carolina 

Traubert, Herbert * 
Sheriff, Brooke County SO 
Wellsburg, West Virginia 

Travelstead, Loren.W. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Harrisburg, Illinois 

Traver, Harry 

Captain, PD 

Mount Vernon, New York 

Traylor, Willard E. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Petersburg, Virginia 

Tremaiine, Neil H, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Tracy, California 

Trevey, James K, 

Captain, PD 

South Bend, Indiana 

Tribble, :Les 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sherman, Texas 

Trimble, Lawrence S. 
Captain of Police, PD 
Sacramento, California 

Trimmer, Albert J. 
Chief Inspector, PD 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Trolan, Douglas Mercer 
Inspector, Transportation 

Division, State 

Corporation Commission 
Richmond., Virginia 

Troland, William J. 
Captain, PD 
Stratford, Connecticut 

Trotter, Dennis 0. 

Sergeant 

Tennessee Highway Patrol 

NashvxHe, Tennessee 

Trout, William L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Minot, North Dakota 



18 Troute, Denzel L. 

Chief Criminal Deputy 
San Joaquin County SO 
Stockton, California 

31 Trowbridge, Marion W* * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Mesa, Arizona 

49 Truett, John Taylor 
Chief of Police, PD 
Bend, Oregon 

25 Trulock, Roma 

Captain of Police, PD 
Orlando, Florida 

38 Tryon, Eugene Milton 
Captain, PD 
Piedmont, California 

29 Tucker, Justus M. 
Captain, PD 
Winston -Salem, N. C. 

22 Tulloch, Donald P. 

Sheriff, Barnstable County SO 
Barnstable, Massachusetts 

57 Tunal, Joe R. b6 

Sergeant, PD b7C 

Fort Worth, Texas 



43 



33 



28 



49 



27 



21 



Tunnell, Beauford Galloway 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Johnson City, Tennessee 

Turigliatto, John 
Patrolman, Park Police 
Tucson, Arizona 

Turkelson, Richard W. * 
Administrative Asst, to 

Director, State Bureau 

of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Criminal Investigator 
Hennepin County SO 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 



J 



Detective, PD 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Turner, Clarence E. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Dyersburg, Tennessee 



141 



52 



Trooper, Utah Highway 

Patrol 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

60 Tuttle, Edward V. 
Detective Sergeant 
New Jersey State Police 
Trenton, New Jersey 

42 Tutuska, B. John 

Undersheriff, Erie County SO 
Buffalo, New York 

21 Tyler, W. H. 

Chief of Police, PD 
East Point, Georgia 

9 Tyree, Millard E. 
Captain, PD 
Beckley, West Virginia 



51 



27 



Deputy Sheriff, Cattaraugus 

County SO 
Little Valley, New York 



ueutenant, k'U 
Belleville, Illinois 

62 Umberhind, Lloyd K. 

Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Los Alamos, New Mexico 

50 Underhill, Burl A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Fort Myers, Florida 

51 Underwood, Cecil C. 
Major, Georgia State Patrol 
Atlanta, Georgia 

56 Upson, John Lane 
Chief of Police, PD 
Newport Beach, California 

32 Urick, Meredith S. 

Captain, Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

8 Uselding, Leo W, (SA, FBI) 
Deputy Sheriff 
Potter County SO 
Amarilio, Texas 



Deputy Sheriff, 
York County SO 
Biddeford, Maine 

42 Vadas, Stephen 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

45 Valenzuela, Joe (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Phoenix, Arizona 

3 Vallet, Emile 
Inspector, PD 
Seattle, Washington 

31 Valletta, Basil 

Chief of Police, PD 
Solvay, New York 

47 Vanderford, John R. 
Special Agent, State 

Bureau of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

53 Van de Putte, Stanley F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Glendale, Arizona 

57 Vander Took, H. E. 
Patrolman, PD 
Grand Junction, Colorado 

7 Vandervalk, Ryan 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hawthorne, New Jersey 

51 Van Dyke, Jenry J. 
Deputy Chief 
Wayne Township PD 
Wayne, New Jersey 

53 Van Ostrand, Herbert L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Ithaca, New York 

41 Vars, Donald L. * 

Sheriff, Tuolumne County SO 
Sonora, California 

59 Vasel, Frederick J. 
Captain 

St. Louis County PD 
Clayton, Missouri 



55 



48 



46 



52 



39 



44 



56 



33 



56 



55 



44 



35 



Vazquez Sanchez, Jose A„ 
2nd Lieutenant 
Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Vega Velazquez, Felix 
2nd Lieutenant 
Police of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Veit, Edward W. 
Chief of Police, PD 
North Wales, Pennsylvania 

Veitenheimer, Don 
Chief of Police 
Muskegon Township PD 
Muskegon, Michigan 

Velez-Feliciano, Luis 
Chief of Correspondence 
Section, Field Operations 
Office, Police of Puerto 
Rico 
San Juan, Puerto Rico 

Venable, James C. 
1st Lieutenant 
U. S. Marine Corps 
Washington, D. C. 

Veretto, Joseph John 
Captain, PD 
Oakland, California 

Vettel, Charles T. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 



Vetter, Charles F. 
Sergeant-Inspector, PD 
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 

Viarengo, John James 
Chief of Police, PD 
Turlock, California 



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Captain, PD 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Vickery, Mahlon 
Chief of Police, PD 
Columbus, Mississippi 



142 





Vickmark, Clayton 0. 
Identification Officer 


10 






40 


Walker, Joseph S. (SA, FBI) 
Chief of Police, PD 


33 




* 




Patrolman, Oklahoma State 




Division of Criminal 




Highway Patrol 




Stoughton, Wisconsin 




Investigation 




Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 


* 






Pierre, South Dakota 






29 


WaU, EdmondJ. 






56 


Wade, Warren A. 




Captain, PD 


27 


Vidrine, Elias 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 




Sergeant, PD 

Fitchburg, Massachusetts 




Torrington, Connecticut 




Evangeline Parish SO 






3 


WaU, Richard H, 




Ville Platte, Louisiana 


40 


Wadman, William W. , Jr. 




Detective Sergeant, PD 








Asst. Superintendent of Police 


Passaic, New Jersey 


38 


Vigor eaux-Garcia, Julio 




University of California PD 




he 


* 


Captain, Inspector General 
Police of Puerto Rico 




Berkeley, California 


21 


Wallace, Albert C. ^^^ 
Inspector, PD 




San Juan, Puerto Rico 


60 


Wagner, John Phillip 
Undersheriff 




Cleveland, Ohio 


46 


Vilord, Joseph A. 




Thurston County She riff* s 


52 


Wallace, Harold S. 




Chief of Police, PD 




Department 




Chief of Police, PD 




Suffern, New York 




Olympia, Washington 




Midland, Texas 


62 


Villa, Francisco Agrava 


36 


Wagner, Richard R. 


31 


Wallace, William J, 




Special Agent 




Inspector, PD 




Chief of Police, PD 




National Bureau of 




Cleveland, Ohio 




Saranac Lake, New York 




Investigation 












Manila, Philippines 


51 


Wagnon, Emory Todd 
Captain, DeKalb County 


58 


Walling, EldredL 
Inspector, PD 


50 


Vincent, Lloyd S, 
Major, Kansas Highway 




Department of Public 
Safety 




Minneapolis, Minnesota 




Patrol 




Decatur, Georgia 


62 


Walsh, John George 




Topeka, Kansas 








Detective 






30 


Waldrop, Kenneth A. 




Town of Amherst PD 


47 


Virgulak, Francis Edward 
Sergeant, PD 




Captain, PD 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 




Williams ville. New York 




Norwalk, Connecticut 






44 


Walsh, Lee A. 






55 


Waldrop., Tom G. * 




Chief of Police, PD 


18 


Vivian, Edmund G. (SA, FBI) 
Sergeant, PD 




Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Cullman County SO 




Lehigh ton, Pennsylvania 




West Haven, Connecticut 




Cullman, Alabama 


33 


Walsh, Leonard F. 
Patrolman, PD 


38 


Voigt, Theodore C. (Ret. ) 
Chief of Police, PD 


32 


Walker, Claude L. 
Captain, West Virginia 




Cambridge, Massachusetts 




Watertown, Wisconsin 




State Police 
Charleston,, West Virginia 


28 


Walsh, Richard F. 
Sergeant, PD 


39 


Volpe, Joseph S. 








Brookline, Massachusetts 


# 


Chief of Police, PD 


45 


Walker, Edison L. 








Punxsutawney, Pa. 




Chief Criminal Investigator 
Ouachita Parish SO 


36 


Walsh, Richard P. 

Sheriff, Flathead County SO 


51 


Von Villas, George Anthony 
(Retired) 




Monroe, Louisiana 




Kalispell, Montana 




Inspector of Police, PD 


30 


Walker, Frank W. 


35 


Walters, Charles F, 




Newport, Rhode Island 




Sheriff, Cheshire County SO 
Keene, New Hampshire 




Patrolman, PD 
lola, Kansas 


43 


Waddle, Murrell 












Chief of Police, PD 


59 


Walker, John Edward 


33 


Walters, John H, 




Bowling Green, Kentucky 




Lieutenant 

Tennesse^e Highway Patrol 




Patrolman, PD 
lola, Kansas 


56 


Wade, Joseph Donald 




Nashville, Tennessee 







Lieutenant, PD 

High Point, North Carolina 



143 



24 Ward, Ed M. 

Chief, Identification Bureau 
Caddo Parish SO 
Shreveport, Louisiana 

29 Ward, John N. 
Captain, PD 
Sarasota, Florida 

13 Warden, Joseph * 

Deputy Chief of Police, PD 
Neptune, New Jersey 

24 Ware, Robert W. 

U. S. Marshal, Southern 

District of California 
Los Angeles, California 

28 Warner, Herbert U. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hialeah, Florida 

37 Warren, Calvert Linton 
Captain, PD 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

56 Warren, Ervin H. * 
Asst. Superintendent 
Illinois State Highway Police 
Springfield, Illinois 

37 Warren, Myron Alfred 
Sergeant, PD 
Portland, Oregon 

28 Warren, William J., Sr.{Ret.) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Wilmington, Delaware 

47 Watahovich, John M. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Freeland, Pennsylvania 

40 Wathen, Guy 0. 
Captain, PD 
Palo Alto, California 



55 Watkins, L. Olin 
Deputy Sheriff 
Kershaw County SO 
Camden, South Carolina 

30 Watson, Donald 
Lieutenant, PD 
Camden, New Jersey 



53 



22 



Watson, FredE. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Hartsville, South Carolina 



Captain, PD 
Norfolk, Virginia 

53 Watson, Harold 
Captain, Oklahoma 

Highway Patrol 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 



58 Weatherwax, Ray E. 

Detective Lieutenant, PD 
Flint, Michigan 

47 Weaver, William Beverley 
Captain of Detectives, PD 
Newport News, Virginia 

32 Webb, Ammon V. (Retired) 
Sergeant, PD 
Maywood, Illinois 

24 Webb, Jasper A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Janesville, Wisconsin 

57 Webb, Roy Douglas 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
DeSota Parish SO 
Mansfield Louisiana 



36 



17 



12 



Lieutenant, youth Carolina 
Law Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Watson, UralW. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Danville, Virginia 



56 Watters, Frank W. 
Lieutenant of Detectives, PD 
Youngs town, Ohio 

49 Watts, Albert L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Walla Walla, Washington 

61 Watts, Martin L. 

Detective Sergeant, PD 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

57 Waycott, Weldon Richard 
Captain, PD 

Houston, Texas 



49 



49 



49 Watkins, Harold Upchurch 30 Weatherly, Bruce 
Major, Asst. Chief of Police, Chief of Police, PD 



PD 
Henderson, North Carolina 

51 Watkins, Kenneth Winstead 
Lieutenant 

Montgomery County PD 
Rockville, Maryland 



Madison, Wisconsin 

51 Weatherly, William J. 36 

Sheriff, Marlboro County SO 
Bennettsville, S. C. 



54 



,1* 

invesiigaior, Kaleigh County 
Prosecuting Attorney's Office 
Beckley, West Virginia 

Weber, Edward Vincent 
Captain, PD 
Newark, New Jersey 



53 Weber, Frederick N, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Cadillac, Michigan 

45 Weber, Lawrence R. 
Captain, PD 
Marietta, Ohio 

23 Weber, Orville (Retired) 
Patrolman, PD 
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 



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Webster, James William 
Chief Deputy 
Santa Barbara County SO 
Santa Barbara, California 

Webster, John Alden 

Captain, PD 

Nashua, New Hampshire 



Wedekind, Richard S. 
Detective Sergeant 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



(Ret. ) 



Detective, PD 
Sumter, South Carolina 



144 





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40 Welch, Silas B. 








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58 Wesson, Ray Ernest 


^B Undersheriff 


Captain of Police 


Inspector, PD 


^M 




Siskiyou County SO 


Charleston County PD 


Nashua, New Hampshire 


^M 


^P Yreka, California 


Charleston, S. C. 


6 Westbay, Kermit (Retired) 


1 


^B 41 Weeks, Irving B. 


18 Welch, Thomas C. (Retired) 


Chief of Police, PD 


^H 


^P Lieutenant, PD 


Detective, PD 


Lima, Ohio 


^M 


^1 Islip, New York 


Terre Haute, Indiana 


52 Westbrook, W. R. 


1 


H 37 Weeks, Walter W. 


31 Welch, Thomas H. 


Captain, PD 


^M 


^H Criminal Investigator 


Chief of Police, PD 


Dallas, Texas 


^1 


^B Suffolk County District 


Needham, Massachusetts 




^M 


^m Attorney's Office 




37 Westfall, Earl Dean 


^1 


^H Riverhead, New York 


3 Welch, Thomas J* (Retired) 


Director 


^M 




Lieutenant, PD 


Department of Public Safety 


^M 


H 20 Weight, George C. * 


Albany, New York 


Hobbs, New Mexico 


^H 


■ Chief of Police, PD 






^1 


^B Salinas, California 


21 Weiler, Arthur * 


29 Whalen, William M. 


^M 




Executive Director 


lieutenant, Montgomery 


^M 


H 55 Weiler, Richard P. 


Legalized Games of Chance 


County PD 


^H 


^B Sheriff, Grand Traverse 


Control Commission 


Rockville, Maryland 


^H 


^m County SO 


State of New Jersey 




^H 


^H Traverse City, Michigan 


Newark, New Jersey 


30 Whaley, Henry F. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Berkeley, California 


H 


■ 




* 


15 Wells, Clarence 
Lieutenant, PD 


1 




Chief Security Office 


r 


^B Savannah State Docks 


New London, Connecticut 


59 Whearty, John Edmund 


^H 


^B and Warehouses 




Chief of Police, PD -^^ 


^H 


^B Savannah, Georgia 


32 Wells, Grafton L. 


Milton, Massachusetts -^^^ 


^1 




Captain, Fairfax County PD 
Fairfax, Virginia 


^^H 


H 24 Wein, PaulE. 
^M * Sergeant, PD 


39 




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1 




Sergeant, Montgomery 1 


^B Akron, Ohio 


54 Wells, Hugh A. 


County PD 


^1 




Asst. Chief of Police, PD 


Rockville, Maryland 


^H 


H 5 Weinhardt, John V. 


Greeneville, Tennessee 




^H 


■ " Chief of Police, PD 




29 Wheeling, Turner D. 


^1 


^1 LaFayette, Indiana 


60 Wells, Ted P. 


Sheriff, Prince William 


^M 




Lieutenant, PD 


County SO 


^1 


H 54 Weir, George F. 


Dallas, Texas 


Manassas, Virginia 


^H 


■ Captain, PD 


13 Welsh, J. Willard 


27 






1 




Rockford, Illinois 


1 1* 




Chief of Police, PD 


Criminal Deputy Sheriff 


^1 


H 44 Weir, Walter F. 


Sault Saimte Marie, Michigan 


Washington County SO 


^H 


^m Chief of Police, PD 




Johnson City, Tennessee 


^1 


^B Duquesne, Pennsylvania 


59 Wentiz, Allen John 




^1 






Lieutena^nt 


52 Whelton, John Joseph 


^H 




59 Weirick, Bruce E. 


Delaware State Police 


Lieutenant, PD 


^H 




Chief of Police, PD 


Dover, Delaware 


Salem, Massachusetts 


^1 




Northumberland, Pa. 


49 Wenzel, Frank 


56 Whetsell, Rufus M. 


H 










^^^H 




38 




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Captain, PD 


Captain, PD 


^^M 




Detective, PD 


Bismarck, North Dakota 


Charleston, South Carolina 


^M 




Newark, New Jersey 


39 Werlein, Stanley E. 


36 Whiddon, Harry 


1 




53 Welssert, David 


Lieutenant, PD 


Chief of Police, PD 


^H 






Sheriff, Muskinj 


^m C 


bounty 


Hamilton, Ohio 




Akron, Ohio 




^1 



Sheriff^ s Department 
Zanesville, Ohio 



145 



42 Whitburn, William J. 
Sergeant of Detectives, PD 
Galveston, Texas 

49 White, A. Leslie 
Captain, PD 
Sacramento, California 

20 White, Andrew J. 
Warden, Montgomery 

County Prison 
Norristown, Pennsylvania 

29 White, Clinton A. , Jr, 
Captain, New Mexico 

State Police 
Santa Fe, New Mexico 

45 White, James Blair 
Patrolman 

Charleston County PD 
Charleston, South Carolina 

28 White, Oliver A. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Iowa City, Iowa 

43 White, Russell H. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Sioux City, Iowa 

54 White, Walter H. 
lieutenant, PD 
Fall River, Massachusetts 



4 I I * 

Lieutenant, PD 
South Bend, Indiana 

30 Whitmire, J. B. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Decatur, Alabama 

52 Whitmore, Earl B. 
Sheriff 

San Mateo County SO 
Redwood City, California 

38 Whitney, Brooks S. 
Captain 

San Diego County SO 
San Diego, California 



18 



10 



53 White, Wingate M. (Ret. ) 50 

Major, Louisiana State Police 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 



55 Whitehurst, William K. , Jr. 
Criminal Investigator 
Tennessee Bureau of 

Criminal Investigation 
Nashville, Tennessee 

40 Whitfield, Emmett M. , Jr. 
Special Agent, Georgia 

Bureau of Investigation 
Atlanta, Georgia 

25 Whitley, Joe D. 
Chief of Police 
Mecklenburg County PD 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

60 Whitman, Russell D. 

Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 
Endicott, New York 



48 



44 



Inspector, PD 
Houston, Texas 



Patrolman, Maine State 

Police 
Augusta, Maine 

51 Widell, Carl L. 
Captain, PD 
Mount Vernon, New York 

31 Wiener, William George 
Lieutenant, PD 
Toledo, Ohio 



Patrolman, PD 

St. Louis, Missouri 



35 Wiesel, Richard J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Burlington, Iowa 

49 Wigfield, Grayson Leo 
Detective Sergeant, PD 
Hagerstown, Maryland 



Criminal Deputy 
Cayuga County SO 
Auburn, New York 



Deputy Sheriff 
Wake County SO 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



17 Wike, LeroyE. 
Executive Secretary 
International Asfjociation 

of Chiefs of Police 
Washington, D. C.. 

38 Wilding, George W. 
Captain, PD 
Providence, Rhode Island 

61 Wielt, John L. 

Assistant Chief of Police, PD 
Mount Vernon, Illinois 

44 Wilkinson, Francis H. 
Captain, PD 
Tiffin, Ohio 

17 Wilkinson, John B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Borger, Texas 

50 Wilkinson, Marl 
Captain, PD 
Greenville, Mississippi 



55 Wilkinson, William W. 
Captain, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 

60 Willard, Wendell M. 
Captain, PD 
Marshalltown, Iowa 



19 



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Sergeant 

State Highway Patrol 

Nashville, Tennessee 

52 Williams, E. Berwin 
Special Investigator 
Florida Sheriff's Bureau 
Tallahassee, Flcyida 

21 Williams, Ernest E. 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

58 Williams, H. Elmer 
Sergeant, PD 
Lexington, Kentucky 

47 Williams, Henry E. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Independence, Missouri 

51 Williams, J. B. 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Polk County SO 
Cedar town, Georgia 



146 



44 Williams, John E. (SA, FBI) 58 Wilson, James Kermit 



Sergeant, PD 
Tallahassee, Florida 

42 Williams, Leslie W. 
Captain, Connecticut 

State Police 
Hartford, Connecticut 

5 Williams, Lewis E. 

Special Agent, State Bureau 

of Investigation 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

44 Williams, Ralph E, 
Captain, PD 
Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

47 Williams, Wilbert R. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Camden, South Carolina 

37 Williamson, Jeter L. Jr. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

46 Willis, Alvin L. 
Patrolman, PD 
Hope, Arkansas 

47 Willis, Sol, Sr, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Sidney, Nebraska 

50 Willoughby, L. A. 

Identification Officer, PD 
Meridian, Mississippi 

57 Willoughby, Ralph WiUiam 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brewer, Maine 

49 Wilson, Arthur B. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wilmington, Delaware 

59 Wilson, Clarence J. 
Sergeant, PD 
White Plains, New York 

8 Wilson, Earl R, (SA, FBI) 
Detective, PD 
Collingswood, New Jersey 

36 Wilson, Harris J. 
Sergeant, Borough of 

Fountain Hill PD 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 



Lieutenant, South Carolina 
Law Enforcement Division 
Columbia, South Carolina 

55 Wilson, John Charles 
Lieutenant, PD 
Dallas, Texas 

49 Wilson, Joseph B. 

Detective, Kentucky State 

Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 



38 



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Detective Sergeant, PD 
Richmond, Virginia 

56 Wilson, L. Thomas 
Sergeant, PD 
Oakwood, Ohio 

52 Wilson, Randall L. 

Captain of Detectives, PD 
Billings, Montana 

29 Wilson, Roy E. (Retired) 
Sheriff, Wright County SO 
Clarion, Iowa 

57 Wilson, Wayne Welford 
Sheriff, Randolph County SO 
Asheboro, North Carolina 



Captain, PD 
Memphis, Tennessee 



28 Wilson, William M. 
Lieutenant, PD 
Niagara Falls, New York 

44 Wilson, Woodey 
Lieutenant, Georgia 

Bureau of Investigation 
AtlantEL, Georgia 

57 Winans, Earl F. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Kellogg, Idaho 

35 Winchester, Don 
Security Agent 
U. S. Atomic Energy 

Commission 
Las Vegas, Nevada 



9 Wingo, Egbert DeWitt(SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant, DeKalb County 

Department of Public Safety 
Decatur, Georgia 

37 Winn, James H. (SA, FBI) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Atlanta, Georgia 

27 Winslow, Milton Earl 
Superintendent of Police, PD 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

13 Wirth, Joseph T. (Retired) 
Lieutenant 
U, S, Park Police 
Washington, D. C. 

55 Wiski, Walter L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Duluth, Minnesota 

30 Wisnom, Walter J. 
Chief of Police, PD 

Hillsborough, California f ^ 

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52 With, CuUen P. 

Captain, Asst. to the 

Superintendent, South Dakota 

Highway Patrol 
Pierre, South Dakota 

57 Wix, Mayo 

Captain, Tennessee 

Highway Patrol 
Nashville, Tennessee 

28 Wohlfahrt, Walter 
Chief of Police, PD 
Marshfield, Wisconsin 

9 Wolfe, FredW. * 
Superintendent 
Identification Bureau, PD 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 

51 Wolinski, Edward P. 
Director, Bureau of 

Criminal Identification 
Suffolk County SO 
Riverhead, New York 

20 Wood, James R. (Retired) 
Lieutenant 

Delaware State Police 
Dover, Delaware 



147 



38 Wood, S. D. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
Redwood City, California 

36 Wood, Vernon Leroy 

Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
£1 Segundo, California 

48 Woodley, J, Dwight 

Asst, Chief of Police, PD 
Fargo, North Dakota 



37 Woodward, Guy B. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
El Centro, California 

32 Woody, Leroy 

Assistant Chief of Police 
Newport News, Virginia 

53 Wooters, Howard L. 
Major, PD 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



21 



Detective Sergeant, PD 
Redding, California 



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38 Woods, Arthur L. (SA, FBI) 
Patrolman, PD 
Jacksonville, Illinois 

4 Woods, Charles E, 
Chief of Police, PD 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 

49 Woods, Charles L. 

Investigator, Office of the 

District Attorney of 

San Diego County 
San Diego, California 

35 Woods, Thomas Edward 
Captain, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 

43 Woods, Walter E. 

Detective, Kentucky State 

Police 
Frankfort, Kentucky 

30 Woods, William H. 
Chief Deputy 
San Diego County SO 
San Diego, California 

13 Woodson, C. W. , Jr. 
Colonel, Superintendent 
Virginia State Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

60 Woodson, Phillip Powers 
Lieutenant, Bureau of Police 
Richmond, Virginia 

60 Woodward, George N. 

Sheriff, Winston County SO 
Louisville, Mississippi 



55 Wright, Roderick Roy 
Captain, PD 
Billings, Montana 

60 Wunsch, Edward F. 
Chief of Police, Lower 

Southampton Township PD 
Feasterville, Peimsylvania 



Identification Officer, PD 
Americus, Georgia 

55 Workman, Jesse G. 
Captain, Municipal PD 
Charleston, West Virginia 

60 Wornick, G. W. 
Captain Detective, PD 
Pasadena, Texas 

21 Worrell, L. F. 

Chief of Police, PD 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 

31 Wright, Basil E. (Retired) 
Major, Inspector 
West Virginia State Police 
Charleston, West Virginia 

53 Wright, Charles James 
Sheriff, Taylor County SO 
Butler, Georgia 

61 Wright, Frank W. 
Captain, PD 
Watchung, N. J* 

39 Wright, Jerome (SA, FBI) 
Chief Deputy Sheriff 
Lamar County SO 
Paris, Texas 

31 Wright, John M, , Sr. 
Major, Executive Officer, PD 
Richmond, Virginia 

45 Wright, Joseph C. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Brockton, Massachusetts 

32 Wright, Newell N. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Marjrville, Tennessee 



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23 



60 



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56 



53 



54 



Supervisor, Arizona Highway 

Department of Motor Carriers 
Phoenix, Arizona 

Wyatt, Lewis E, 

Captain, PD 

Kansas City, Missouri 

Yager, Edward N., ni 
Chief Deputy 
Warren County SO 
McMinnville, Tennessee 

Yandle, John W. 

Captain, PD 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



Yarsley, George A, , Jr. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



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Detective, PD 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Yeaman, Thomas Elwood 
Detective, PD 
Danville, Virginia 



Captain, Supervisor 

State Police 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Yockel, Raymond C. 
Sergeant, PD 
Rochester, New York 

York, Everett W. * 
Chief of Police, PD 
Big Spring, Texas 

Young, Charles F. 

Captain 

Kentucky State Police 

Frankfort, Kentucky 



148 



57 Young, Clement J. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Plattsburgh, New York 



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Patrolman, PD 
Maryville, Tennessee 

31 Young, George U. , Jr. (Ret. ) 
Captain, PD 
Phoenix, Arizona 

20 Young, Howard O. (Retired) 
Chief of Police, PD 
New Haven, Connecticut 

59 Young, Norman D. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 

61 Zachary, W. V. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Duncan, Oklahoma 

53 Zapenas, Alphonse Andrew 
Lieutenant, PD 
Nashua, New Hampshire 

31 Zeaman, Elmer L. 
Chief of Police, PD 
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 

27 Zee Sheng-Shee 

Chief of Investigation Section 
Public Procurator General's 

Office 
Taipei, Taiwan, China 

43 Zehringer, Francis A. 
Sergeant, PD 
Atlantic City, New Jersey 

38 Zeigler, Rupert G. 
Captain, PD 
Gainesville, Florida 

60 Zeis, Harolds. 
Superintendent 
Indiana State Police 
Indianapolis, Indiana 

50 Zenga, Armond J. 

Identification Officer, PD 
New Britain, Connecticut 

31 Zicarelli, Eugene E. (Ret, ) 
Lieutenant, PD 
Kenosha, Wisconsin 



Patrolman, Waupaca County 

Traffic Patrol 
Waupaca, Wisconsin 

62 Ziegler, Douglas B. 
Deputy Sheriff 
Defiance County Sheriff's 

Department 
Defiance, Ohio 

61 Ziehlsdorff , Arvin R. 
Asst. Chief of Police, PD 
Eau Claire, Wisconsin 

61 Zieman, Delton E. 

Depiit]^ Sheriff, Lancaster 

Courity SO 
Lincoiln, Nebraska 

56 Zietlow, Norman William 
Chief of Police, PD 
Wausatu, Wisconsin 

3 Zimmerman, Herman W. 
City Manager 
Lexington, North Carolina 

36 Zimmerman, Warren W. 
Sergeant, PD 
Alexandria, Virginia 



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149 



IN MEMORIAM 

2 HoUice M. Adair - Chief of Detectives, PD, Columbus, Georgia 

June 17, 1954 

29 Fred A. Adamson - Chief of Police, PD, Moab, Utah 
October 25, 1957 

6 S. G. Adkins - Patrolman, PD, Blacksburg, Virginia 

November 6, 1957 

43 Francis Joseph Ahern - Chief of Police, PD, San Francisco, California 
September 1, 1958 

14 John S. Arnold - Chief of Police, PD, Alexandria, Virginia 
November 20, 1954 

10 Carl Ashley - Patrolman, PD, Indianapolis, Indiana 
December 19, 1956 

7 Edward W, Barenkamp - Chief of Police, PD, Cape Girardeau, Missouri 

April, 1945 

29 Ray M. Barger - Sheriff, Larimer County, Fort Collins, Colorado 
May 23, 1957 

12 James O. Barker - Captain, PD, Miami, Florida 
December 26, 1953 

19 Beverly C. Beach - Inspector, Metropolitan PD, Washington, D. C, 
January 15, 1957 

28 William H. Beck - Chief of Police, PD, CoUingswood, New Jersey 
September 9, 1955 

37 Joseph E. Beckett - Chief of Police, PD, Parkersburg, West Virginia 
November 20, 1956 

33 Alois G, Belker - Chief Deputy, Sheriffs Office, Adams County, Quincy, Illinois 
May 16, 1954 

28 Tom DeWitt Bell - Chief of Police, PD, Moultrie, Georgia 
November 19, 1948 

3 Frank M. Bemus - Sergeant, PD, Denver, Colorado 

July 2, 1942 

36 Harlan C. Berry - Patrolman, PD, Weston, Massachusetts 
October 5, 1948 

7 August H. Bettinger - Detective, PD, Spokane, Washington 
September 2, 1956 

22 Clifford L. Blodgett - Detective, PD, Bellingham, Washington 
February 11, 1954 



150 



23 C. Foster Boone - Lieutenant, PD, Orangeburg, South Carolina 
August 5, 1956 

2 Gl^nn Boyd - Captain and Night Chief of Police, PD, Winnetka, Illinois 
November 9, 1943 

5 Thomas E. Bray- Sergeant, PD, Plainfield, New Jersey 

January 25, 1943 

7 A, Leo Brogan - Chief of Police, PD, Port Chester, New York 

June 8, 1949 

28 William S. Brogdon - Asst. Chief of Police, PD, Dallas, Texas 

May 4, 1957 

14 Walter L. Bueche - Sergeant, ID, Salina, Kansas 
January 12, 1949 

6 Joseph C. Burman - Major, State Highway Patrol, Frankfort,Kentucky 

November 25, 1944 

14 Harvey G: Callahan - Superintendent of Police, Washington, D. C. 
July 22, 1947 

2 Sherman Cannon - Chief of Police, PD, Jacksonville, Florida 

October 15, 1955 

29 M. E. Cantrell - Sheriff, Randall County SO, Canyon, Texas 

September 28, 1955 

8 Edward Capasse - Captain, PD, Westport, Connecticut 

November 4, 1956 

16 E, W. Carlsen - Iowa Board of Control, Des Moines, Iowa 
December 2, 1947 

18 Roy M. Carlson - Detective Lieutenant, PD, Duluth, Minnesota 
November 4, 1949 

44 Matthias Ford Carter - Sergeant, Baltimore County PD, Towson, Maryland (SA, FBI) 
September 24, 1952 

41 John Francis Cavanagh - Lieutenant, PI), Brockton, Massachusetts 

September 2, 1958 

42 Walter James Chantry - Patrolman, PD, Norristown, Pennsylvania (SA, FBI) 

March 4, 1958 

5 Elmer E. Clark - Chief of Police, PD, Canton, Ohio 
November 30, 1956 

13 Leonard J. Clark - Patrolman, PD, Klamath Falls, Oregon 
September 15, 1957 

3 Louis J« Claude - Chief of Police, PD, Rochester, Minnesota 

March 11, 1939 



151 



2 Howard L. Clayton - Chief Enforcement Officer, Arkansas Public Service Commission, 

Little Rock, Arkansas - December 10, 1956 

35 Rex Oren Clift - Chief of Police, PD, Fairfield, California 
June 3, 1958 

33 Austin B. Coller - Lieutenant, PD, Culver City, California 

November 23, 1952 

14 Norman E. Cook - Chief of Police, PD, Ann Arbor, Michigan 
July 2, 1941 

29 Paul J. Cojme - Patrolman, FD^ Freehold, New Jersey 
February 19, 1952 

12 J. Clarence Crook - Patrolman, PD, Altoona, Pennsylvania 
October 4, 1943 

16 F. E. Crooks - Sergeant, PD, Battle Creek, Michigan 
July 11, 1958 

26 Robert Thomas Cummings - Sergeant, West Virginia State Police, Charleston, W. Va, 
June 25, 1951 

34 William E. Dana - Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County SO, Golden, Colorado 

August 25, 1955 

5 Hubert E. Dax - Inspector, PD, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 
October 8, 1957 

31 Russell P. Dearborn - Chief of Police, VD, Plymouth, Massachusetts 
September 23, 1957 

3 Stanley D. Decker - Chief of Detectives, PD, Pasadena, California 

December 26, 1956 

4 Warren H. Decker - Lieutenant, PD, West Hartford, Connecticut 

June?, 1937 

20 William Deery - Patrolman, PD, Camden, New Jersey 
December 29, 1950 

3 Jesse G. DeLoach - Chief of Police, PD, Waycross, Georgia 
June 13, 1951 

12 William C. Denton - Lieutenant, PD, Brownsville, Texas 
December 22, 1951 

8 Oscar F. Deubler - Lieutenant, Superintendent of Identification Bureau, Little Rock, Ark. 
January 1, 1947 

23 Paul W. Dittrich - Chief of Police, PD, Clifton, New Jersey 
October 31, 1957 

1 James C. Downs - Captain, PD, Baltimore, Maryland 
September 30, 1953 



152 



36 Woffard Wayne Dufur - Patrolman, PD, Carmel, California (SA, FBI) 

May 5, 1957 

40 Charles W. Easley - Agent, Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Identification, Chattanooga, Tenn, 

February 19, 1954 

30 Homer R, Edwards - Captain, PD, Alliance, Ohio 

January 27, 1951 

4 Robert E. Eidam - Captain, PD, Athens, Georgia 
November 1, 1952 

24 Arthur H. Eiskamp - Lieutenant, PD, Tenafly, New Jersey 
June 12, 1952 

28 Walter A. EUing - Sheriff, Ontario County SO, Canandaigua, New York 
May 13, 1950 

22 H. Clark English - Inspector, San Bernjirdino County SO, San Bernardino, California 

February 8, 1958 

41 Harold C. Enloe - Chief of Police, PD, Asheville, North Carolina 

November 27, 1951 

52 William Robert Farrally - Lieutenant, New Jersey State Police, Trenton, New Jersey 
June 13, 1958 

37 Charles E. Felton - Deputy Chief of Police, PD, Great Barrington, Massachusetts 

August 4, 1954 

26 George Soares Figueiredo - Acting Chief of Police, PD, Santa Monica, California 
January 29, 1947 

20 Richard R. Foster - Director of Public Safety, Richmond, Virginia 
MsiTCh21, 1955 

11 Joseph H. Frazier - Superintendent of F'olice, PD, Radford, Virginia 
February 24, 1956 

31 William M. French - Officer, U. S. Forest Service, Nevada City, California 

October 29, 1948 

46 Stanley K. Friese - Captain, PD, Salem, Oregon 
June 6, 1955 

10 Harry D. Fromme - Chief of Police, PD, Moline, Illinois 
November 18, 1954 

40 Ernest E. Fulkerson - Chief of Police, PD, Monte Vista, Colorado 
January 1, 1952 

23 Stanger Richard Geyer - Lieutenant, PD, Des Moines, Iowa 

November 7, 1956 

15 Redmond P. Gibbons - Captain, PD, Chicago, Illinois 
November 13, 1957 



153 



31 Ray Gillan - Chief of Police, Muskegon Township PD, Muskegon, Michigan 
September 12, 1950 

3 L, L. Greely - Inspector, PD, Portland, Maine 
May 5, 1949 

33 Harold B, Greenhoe - Detective Sergeant, PD, Colorado Springs, Colorado 

March 20, 1947 

3 Walter D. Guiney - Captain, PD, Manchester, New Hampshire 

January 14, 1949 

9 G, Dewey Hall - Marshal, New Albany, Mississippi (SA, FBI) 
May 22, 1955 

20 William M. Hall - Chief of Police, PD, Sumter, South Carolina 
February 17, 1952 

6 T. D. Harbour - Superintendent, Identification Bureau, PD, Meridian, Mississippi 
May 29, 1956 

31 Richard H. Hart - Chief of Police, PD, Gulft)ort, Mississippi 
October 15, 1957 

35 TomE. Head, Sr, - Sheriff, Covington County SO, Andalusia, Alabama 
August 27, 1958 

41 Robert T. Heckel - Sergeant, PD, St, Louis, Missouri 
July 9, 1958 

38 Charles E. Hefner - Detective, PD, Lima, Ohio 
February 27, 1951 

29 Ktrk C. Hi^inbothom - Captain, Santa Barbara County SO, Santa Maria, California 
March 9, 1949 

19 Howard F. HoUenbeck - Chief of Police, PD, Hood River, Oregon 
Julys, 1947 

34 Charles S. Holt - Sergeant, PD, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

October 23, 1950 

29 Byard W* Horsman - Chief of Police, PD, Ipswich, Massachusetts 
May 5, 1953 

35 David L, Houston - Lieutenant, PD, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 

October 7, 1952 

28 George N. Hubbard - Chief of Police, PD, Laconia, New Hampshire 
June 9, 1948 

35 Norman Wilner Hubbard - Captain, PD, Temple, Texas 
April 19, 1952 

4 Roy V« Huchingson - Investigator, Florida Forest Service, Tallahassee, Florida 

November 10, 1956 



154 



1 Nelson Hughes - Chief of Police, PD, Tamaqua, Pennsylvania 
December 31, 1937 

35 Raymond V, Hunt - Lieutenant, PD, Hazel Park, Michigan 
June 20, 1956 

7 Howard R, Ingram - Detective, PD, Wilmington, Delaware 
June 8, 1944 

3 DanaE. Jewell - Captain, PD, Portland, Oregon 
September 6, 1941 

17 Thomas Eugene Johnson - Chief of Police, PD, Lewistown, Maine 
October 25, 1948 

25 Fred P. Jones - Chief of Police, PD, Mayesville, South Carolina 
December 29, 1956 

23 William Henry Jones - Chief of Police, PD, Altavista, Virginia 
May 31, 1954 

43 Wilbur D. Juech - Assistant Chief of Police, PD, West Bend, Wisconsin 
April 5, 1954 

21 George M. Karl - Captain, PD, Peoria, Illinois 

March 17, 1955 

29 Thomas Keirle - Chief of Police, PD, EdwardsviUe Borough, Kingston, Pennsylvania 
May 24, 1957 

37 J. Croy Keller - Chief of Police, PD, St:. Joseph, Missouri 
August 31, 1952 

22 Arthur G* Kendall - Superintendent, I*D, Fredericksburg, Virginia 

May 26, 1957 

14 Thomas E. Kennedy - Sheriff, Lake County, Waukegan, Illinois 
April 11, 1947 

13 Daniel J. Keogan - Sergeant, PD, South Bend, Indiana 
October 10, 1947 

31 Nelson J. King - Chief of Police, PD, Potsdam, New York 
October 28, 1949 

11 George J. Kock - Sergeant, State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, Missouri 
June 19, 1949 

3 Edwin Kruse - Sergeant, PD, fiidianapolis, Indiana 
June 1, 1949 

49 Milton F. Kuntemeier - Corporal, PD, St. Louis, Missouri 
August 14, 1955 

23 Francis A. Lane - Lieutenant Detective, Montgomery County Police, Rockville, Maryland 

August 5, 1951 



155 



7 Leo M, LarMns - Chief of Police, PD, Findlay, Ohio 
November 2, 1954 

19 George A, Leach -. Detective Lieutenant, PD, Poughkeepsie, New York 
December 14, 1944 

22 Fred P. Littlepage - Captain, PD, San Antonio, Texas 
November 17, 1956 

28 Robert R. Livingston - Chief of Police, Grandview Heights PD, Columbus, Ohio 

October 8, 1958 

29 John J. Lyons - Safety Field Representative, Division of Safety, Albany, New York 

August 13, 1951 

5 David Mackey - Chief of Police, PD, Las Vegas, Nevada 
January 7, 1944 

43 Thomas F, Magee - Detective Sergeant, PD, Hudson, New York 
July 17, 1951 

5 William F. Maher - Patrolman, Nevada State Highway Patrol, Carson City, Nevada 
AprUie, 1938 

25 Michael P, Mahoney - District Inspector, Newfoundland Constabulary, St. John^s, 
Newfoundland - Aferch 17, 1955 

30 Robert J. Maloney - Captain, PD, BrooMine, Massachusetts 

November 2, 1954 

28 Frank J, Mascari - Inspector, PD, Mount Vernon, New York 
August 11, 1948 

16 E. A. Matthews - Chief of Police, PD, Newton, Kansas (SA, FBI) 
September 2, 1952 

12 Ernest A. Majmard - Inspector, New York State Police, Malone, New York 
November 1, 1945 

36 Odie Clarence McBryde - Deputy Sheriff, Lee County SO, Sanford, North Carolina 
March 23, 1958 

9 Henry J. McGann - Captain, PD, Hartford, Connecticut 
October 27, 1958 

28 Edwin P. McGillin - Chief of Police, PD, Amsterdam, New York 
January 4, 1951 

49 W. H, McMaster - Captain, PD, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 
;^ril 29, 1955 

10 George J. Merges - Patrolman, PD, Albany, New York 
June 27, 1955 

27 Stephen A. Mlkulas - Deputy U. S. Marshal, Fairbanks, Alaska 
December 30, 1949 



156 



32 Jardine P, Millaxd - Chief of Police, PD, Paso Robles, California 
March 2, 1950 

8 Carl H. Miller - Detective, PD, Fargo, North Dakota 

February 9, 1945 

35 William D. MQler - Asst. Probation Officer, Montgomery County, Norristown, Penna. 
July 30, 1958 

24 Charles H. Millians - Chief, Rilton Ccwinty PD, Atlanta, Georgia 
May 1, 1945 

12 Manual Montoya, Jr. - Chief Investigator, District Attorney's Office, Santa Fe, 
New Mexico - March 6, 1951 

28 Charles V. Muirhead - Deputy Sheriff, East Carroll Parish SO, Lake Providence, La. 
;^ril 22, 1955 

14 Robert F. Munch - Assistant Chief of Police, PD, Omaha, Nebraska 
March 12,1955 ^ 

1 Michael P. Naughton - Supervising Captain, PD, Chicago, Illinois 

July 28, 1944 

6 G. Harry Nelson - Chief of Police, PD, Jamestown, New York 
September 26, 1950 

27 Erving Nielsen - Chief of Police, PD, Dearborn, Michigan 
March 26, 1954 

31 Martin Novak - Lieutenant, PD, MiddleAown, Connecticut 
January 19, 1954 

27 Robert E. O'Brien - Chief of Police, PD, San Mateo, California 
January 31, 1950 

4 Edward J. O'Connor - Sergeant, PD, Butte, Montana 
November 6, 1939 

43 J. Leo O'Connor - Captain, PD, Jersey City, New Jersey 
July 11, 1956 

2 Joseph T, Owens - Chief of Police, PD, Rome, New York 

February 20, 1947 

24 Floyd Park - Captain, Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
June 23, 1946 

9 Clare E. Parker - Captain, PD, Elyria., Ohio 

April 7, 1956 

24 Gordon Parson - Sergeant, PD, Birmingham, Alabama 
March 12, 1958 

11 James M. Peach - Chief of Police, PD, Newport News, Virginia 
November 14, 1950 



157 



48 Kenneth Peek - Chief of Police, PD, Kirkwood, Missouri 
July 5, 1958 

8 Bert Pelissier - Chief of Pdice, PD, Frederick, Maryland 

April 26, 1950 

6 Clifford E. Peterson - Commissioner, California Highway Patrol, Sacramento, Calii. 

February 2, 1953 

7 Emil Ernest Pfieffer - Identification Officer, PD, Pensacola, Florida 

February 28, 1952 

28 William M. Pherrin - Sergeant, PD, Des Moines, Iowa 
March 8, 1955 

7 Howard L, Pierce - Special Agent, State Bureau of Investigation, Raleigh, N. C. 
January 19, 1948 

6 Allen Poindexter, Jr. - Deputy Sheriff, Montgomery County SO, Montgomery, Alabama 
September 7, 1956 

34 Maynard L. Pratt - Chief of Police, PD, Austin, Minnesota 
January 27, 1947 

18 C. Burns Pressley - Captain, PD, Arlington, Virginia 
March 6, 1953 

17 Mark H. Raspberry - Chief, U. S, Park Police, Washington, D, C. 
September 27, 1956 

39 Edward H. Reeves - Sheriff, Shelby County SO, Memphis, Tennessee 
May 7, 1958 

30 Golden L. Reynolds - Captain, PD, Indianapolis, Indiana 
July 14, 1948 

28 Eugene R. Richardson - Chief of Police, PD, Pineville, North Carolina 
May 30, 1955 

51 Henry B. Ritchason - Captain of Detectives, PD, Zanesville, Ohio 
May 1, 1954 

12 Ernest W. Roach - Sheriff, Maricopa County SO, Phoenix, Arizona 
July 28, 1946 

15 Kenneth I. Romaine - Chief of Police, PD, Pleasantville, New York 
May 29, 1957 

12 James V. Romano - Chief of Police, PD, North Pelham, New York 
May 21, 1953 

9 Dorse Host - Chief of Police, PD, Hannibal, Missouri 

April 9, 1951 

38 A. D. Roy - Chief of Police, PD, Sweetwater, Texas 
November 29, 1949 



158 



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5 Clarence J. Rufer - Detective, PD, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
September 4, 1952 

31 Thomas E. Salley - Chief of Police, PD, Orangeburg, South Carolina 

March 27, 1957 

29 Francis G. Sayers - Investigator, PD, WUimantic, Connecticut 
February 14, 1957 

28 Ernest Seals - Captain, PD, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 
January 21, 1955 

4 Carl Sears - Chief Investigator, State Liquor Contxol Board, Montpelier, Vermont 
December 15, 1955 

1 James T, Sheehan - Deputy Superintendent, PD, Boston, Massachusetts 
March 24, 1954 

8 Gerald J. Sheehy - Lieutenant, PD, Decatur, Illinois 
^ril 1, 1955 

27 Nelson L. Shultz - Chief of Police, PD, York, Pennsylvania 
May 13, 1957 

33 David C. Smith - Chief of Police, PD, Warr Acres, Oklahoma 

November 22, 1951 

14 Paul Louis Smith - Chief of Police, PD, Alton, Illinois 
May 30, 1944 

3 Verne Snellen - Captain, State Highway Patrol, Frankfort, Kentucky 
February 16, 1939 

60 Rodolfo Robert Soils - Deputy Sheriff, Cameron County SO, Brownsville, Texas 
January 15, 1958 

17 Grant K. Sipringstead - Patrolman, PD, Birmingham, Michigan 
April 13, 1944 

25 LeRoy Stevens - Chief of Police, PD, Somerville, New Jersey 
May 26, 1954 

32 Ralph W. Stockwell - Lieutenant, PD, Iriglewood, California 

April 6, 1954 

3 J, C, Stone - Captain, PD, Orlando, Florida 
May 6, 1958 

21 William E. Stuart - Chief of Police, PD, Sharon, Pennsylvania 
February 2, 1957 

34 Hoyt W. Sutton - Chief of Police, DeKalb County Department of Public Safety, Decatur, Ga. 

June 18, 1957 

55 Theodore E. Swoveland - Chief of Police, PD, Claremont, California 
July 12, 1958 



159 



12 Henry Isaac Taff - Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County SO, Dallas, Texas 
April 16, 1952 

16 Archie Lee Talley - Chief of Police, PD, Olney, Texas 
March 25, 1951 

20 Ralph A. Tennison - Sheriff, Garfield County SO, Enid, Oklahoma 
May 15, 1949 

7 John Teufel - Captain of Detectives, PD, Greenwich, Connecticut 

May 8, 1945 

8 J, R. Thomas - Chief of Police, PD, Rocky Mount, North Carolina 

November 17, 1947 

34 James W. Thomas - Special Investigator, Assistant State's Attorney's Office, 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida - October 28, 1947 

30 Howard L. Thompson - Lieutenant of Detectives, PD, Newport News, Virginia 
July 9, 1946 

28 William Thompson - Sergeant of Detectives, PD, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

January 19, 1955 

10 Merl Timbers - Sheriff, Rice County SO, Lyons, Kansas 
May 20, 1954 

24 Harry N, Tompkins - Chief of Police, PD, Rochester, Minnesota 
September 15, 1945 

5 Howard M. Travis - Chief of Police, PD, Hornell, New York 
September 29, 1957 

54 Ray Scott Trosper - Chief of Police, PD, Lyndhurst, Ohio 
June 16, 1956 

27 C. Wayne Valentine - Chief of Police, PD, Laurel, Mississippi 
May 30, 1957 

41 Leo J. Waldinger - Sergeant, PD, Erie, Pennsylvania 
November 26, 1949 

37 Thomas E. Walker - Chief of Police, PD, Shaker Heights, Ohio 
June 20, 1951 

33 James A. Walsh - Detective, PD, Scranton, Pennsylvania 
December 28, 1956 

29 Lawrence Walsh - Patrolman, PD, Cambridge, Massachusetts 

August 28, 1945 

4 Henry E. Warren - Assistant Identification Officer, Pierce County SO, Tacoma, Wash. 
December 29, 1954 

3 Eugene M. Wells - Captain, State Highway Patrol, Fort Worth, Texas 
July 14, 1948 



160 



16 Henry T. Whitley - Chief of Detectives, PD, Columbus, Georgia 
November 1, 1958 

43 Joseph WicMow - Detective Captain, PD, Milford, Connecticut 
September 25, 1952 

49 Nelson Francis Williams - Detective, PD, Tulsa, Oklahoma 
June 1, 1958 

28 Otto A. Williams - Chief of Police, PD, Bound Brook, New Jersey 
October 4, 1956 

15 Sidney A. Williams - Chief of Police, PD, Wichita Falls, Texas 
September 1, 1947 

7 R. M. Wood - Inspector, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 
January 1, 1945 

10 John Fulton Woods - Chief of Police, PD, Norfolk, Virginia 
October 4, 1946 

7 S. Larkin Woods, Jr, - Captain, PD, Durham, North Carolina 
July 19, 1951 

28 Donald B. York - Detective Sergeant, ]?D, Middletown, New York 
June 2, 1958 



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FROM 




D. C. Morrelll^ 

f) " rr^LL INFORMATION COM AINED 

^ subject: the WACKENHUT corporation J^- - : :::d^ 

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LETTER FROM GEORGE R, WACKENHUT 

3y letter dated May 29, 1962, Mr. George R. Wackgnhut, President, The 
Wackenh^Xorporation, 3280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, expressed 
regret that it vi^ls necessary for the Bureau to have Special Agents of our Buff alo Office 
contact his District Office Manager in Buffalo, New York, to advise that the Bureau does 
not look with favor, upon ex-FBI ^ents, as such, soliciting National Police Academy 
graduates to^assist in invest^ations for Ms Corporation. Wackenhut "assures^^ the 

1 1 Director that- it is not the policy of his company to request any assistance from National 

' ' Academy gra&ates relative to his investigations. 

' The remaining three paragraphs of the four paragraph letter are Sevoted to 
flowery phrases in which Wackenhut expresses Ms "loyalty" to the Bureau^ his desire 
to avoid causing any embarrassment and his eiqpression of gratitude to the';^Director for 
Mr. Hoover's unceasing devotion to our Nation. Mr. Tolson noted on the letter "Be care- 
ful of reply." ?;, : 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION— BACl^GROUND >^ 

All offices were instructed by SAC Letter 62-24 (B) dated 4-24-62 to 
refrain from any contact with this organization and to extend absolutely no cooperation. 
By Mr. Jones to Mr. DeLoach memorandum of 4-16-62 it was recommended and approved 
that all former FBI employees currently known to be associated with the Wackenhut 
Corporation be removed from Bureau mailing list. Wackenhut was a Specialf Agent from 
'2-12-51 tiUhe voluntarily resigned 5-21-54. Although his services were satisfactory, 
information has been reported to the Bureau by our Miami Office indicating that Wackenhut 
and his wife are(^|bllegedly responsible for immoral conduct, each reportedly haying had 
affairs. Files re&^Wacken^iLtJhas continually attempted to obtain favors, information 
and the services of our^Miami Office but without success. 



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In view of the expressed "policy" of Wackenhut not to request any assistance | 
from Academy graduates, it is interesting to note that SAG, Miami, advised by letter 
fdated 2-23^62 that Wackenhut's Director, of Inyestigationkrr^^ McKee (formerly 

ii\h the Bureau from 1930vtil|1953, now retired) had requestedaaarr^ejat Directory of the 
National Academy Associates. SAC, Miami, advised him there were nofextra &o^]^s for 
lissemination. (62-107335, Serial 11) .g, /^^ i^MfSS^^^^ 

5nQlosure^ IJ^J 1 - Mr. Malone - Encl»re y<? to JUL 16 1962 



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Re: The Wackenhut Corporation 

BUFFALO SITUATION 



SAC, Albany, advised by letter 4-24-62 that Chief of Police, Clement J. 
Young, National Academy, Plattsburgh, New York, Police Department, on 4-18-62 turned 
over to a Special Agent a copy of a communication dated 4-10-62 he had received from 
Harry E. Manicas, Area Manager, The Wackenhut Corporation, Bvtffalo, New York, 

l|The letter to Chief Young stated th^t his name was obtained through the National Academy 
Registry (Directory of Graduates) and requested an investigation of an individual in the 
Plattsburgh, New York, area. It indicated Chief Young would be paid for his services. 
It did not involve a police matter. Chief Yoimg advised our Albany Office he did not know 
Manicas and did not intend to conduct any investigation for him. Manicas was a Special 
Agent of the FBI from 7-5-43 to 8-22-44 when his resignation was requested because of 

Wsatisfactory development. 

This situation was summarized in a memorandum from Mr. Malone to 
Mr. Mohr of 4-26-62. Since this was an apparent attempt on the part of Wackenhut to 
exploit police officers for the purpose of handling his investigations, it was recommended 
that the SAC at Buffalo call upon Manicas and tell him that the Bureau does not appreciate 
the use of the National Academy Directory of Graduates as a means of his obtaining the 
cooperation of law enforcement to do his work. 

By letter dated 5-25-62 SAC, Buffalo, advised that Manicas was contacted 
on 5-24-62 and informed in accordance with the Bureau^s instructions. Manicas expressed 
surprise and concern. He explained that several years ago he had come in possession of 
a 1958 Directory of Graduates which he seldom used, relying instead upon personal contact 
with Academy graduates in an effort to conduct specific investigations. He denied that any 
pressure was applied on any graduate to induce cooperation by inferring that because of his 
former position with the FBI the National Acaidemy men should cooperate. With regard to 
Manicas*s statement that the Wackenhut Corporation would never intentionally do anything 
which would reflect detrimentally upon the FBI or the leadership of J. Edgar Hoover, 
the Director noted "Bank I H" 



OBSERVATION 



Based on the past activities of the Wackenhut Corporation, as well as the 
current Buffalo situation, , it is apparent that Wackenhut, though professing to be completely 
loyal to the Bureau, will and does take advants^e of every opportunity to commercialize 
and trade on his past association with the FBI, as well as the past association of the 
numerous former employees affiliated with his Corporation. 

[RECOMMENDATION: ^. . - V ^^ ^ ' 

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That the attached blunt in-absence letter be sent advising him that the 
iDirector is well aware of the situation in Buffalo and that he does not appreciate former 
IFBI employees trading on their past association with the FBL - • -"^^^ 







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EXCT^PS u-TSS EKOWa 




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Re SAC Letter 62-24, Item (B), dated 4/24/ 

Information has been received that retired FBI 
\ Agent RAY Jy^BATICCHIO, ^^ has accepted employment with t^ 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION. T'or a short period of time 
^ he will be in the Miami area <and then he will be in charge 

of their contemplated expanded activities in California, 

with headqxiarters in the Los Angeles area. 



The above Is submitted for Infoirmatlon purposes. 






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Honorable J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Inveshigahion 

U, S, Deparhmer>h of Jusfice 

Washington,. D. C. 

Dear Mr. ^ Hoover: 



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InforrnaHon has been received from fhe Manager of our D^s^ric^ Office In Buffalo^^^ew^York, 
^ha^ he was contacl-ed by Special Agenfs of fhe Buffalo Office and advised ^ha^ ^he Byiieau did , 
x\o\ look wlhh favor upon ex-FBI Agen^s, as such, soliclfing Nafional Police Academ ^graduates 
to assish In Inves^Iga^ions. I deeply regre^ fhal- It was necessary for ^he Bureau \o hake hhls 
acHoh, and I wanh fo assure you hhah \\ is not the policy of fhis company fo requesf any c^Jstance 
from J National Academy graduates relal*ive \o our work. As a mahter of fach, our Dlsfrict^ffices 
have been inshrucfed hhah, In view of fhe various laws and regulaflons regarding the emp^lSyment 
of police officers on off-duty hours, they should in no case attempt to employ such officers \r\ 
connecMon with Inveshlgafions, *^ *^ 

I am vex"/ proud of fhe fact \\\o\ I was at one time associated with your organizqHon as a 
Special Agent, and I wish \o do all in my power to asslsh the Bureau and \o avoid cqLJsing any 
embarrassmenh or difficulties of any kind. ( wanf you \o know of my conKnued loyall-y and 
earnesl" desire to cooperahe \o Phe fulJesh in all matters and \o stahe thah fhe former Bureau Agenfs 
I conneched wihh us have a similar afHhude, or they would vo\ be rehained by this company. 

Mr. Hoover, I sincerely hope of any flme you feel employees of \\\\% organizahion are Inher- 
fering wifh hhe Bureau's work or jurisdichion or conducfing themselves in any way nof in keeping 
with the ^nme high ^\or\<^cxT6!^ to which all of \j% were held while wihh the FBI, that you will 
I advise me so \\\o\ I can take swifl- and appropriafe acl-ion. 

May -I fake fhis opporfunity to express my grahltude to you for your unceasing devoMon \o 
a nation hhaf needs more men of your sf-ahure. Alllhe members of fhls firm [oin me in this 








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Dear Mr.J^ckenhut; 6»JF7.f , ...^ ;;; 

Your leU|r of May 29ll|r)fa8 r«c#lve4 ai ^ 

^ Mr. JECoover m<^is preparl%f /to ^ave the city. Ht read it 
: % smd i^ked me to tell you that youV Dl^ii|!|lo repriMMiiitative, 
.QOtDtiJ^staiidiiig your company policy, *i« utilltii^( the 
. Dire%oryol(flf%|^jji%|s,,j|^Aliftf>FMfjatif^l^ademy% ^ 
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THE WAC^HBirr CORPORATIC»l 
INFORMATION CC»iCERl«iia 
PERSONNEL MATTER 



Renrlet 7-13-62 captioned as abore. 



July 19, 1962 
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Mr. Robert S. Ropier was enjoyed as a Special Agent from 
1-7-52 until 3-15-57 when he voluntarily resigned, stating he had accepted 
employment as Director of the Northwest Miami Boy*s Club, Miami, 
Florida. His services were rated satisfactory at the time of his 
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Miss Holmes — 
Miss Gandy 




THE WACKENHCJT CORPORATION 
INFORMATION CONCERNINO 
PERSONNEL MTTER % 



ReBulet 3/1/62, San Juan letter 3/5/62 and^^- '^^f, 
SAC Letter 62-24 dated 4/24/^2, all concerning the ab© 
captlonied corporation. 

For the Information of the Bw^au, I have i»ecelved 
a letter dated 7/12/62 from Mr. ROBERT SXHOPLER, who 
Indicates he is the l^iei^bo, Rican District' RNaager of fhe ;^ 
Wackenhat Corporation, with address of Box ^23, Loiza 
Station, Sahturce, Puerto Rico. In this letxjer he stated 
that hie noted from the newst>aper mjr arrival as SAC in 
San Juan and offered his assistance to this office. 

I have sent him a letter briefly acknowledging 
receipt of his communication, ^ ^^^ 



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For information of Bureau, Bureau will note from 
San Juan letter dated 3/5/62 that former SA FREDERICK T. 
apparently was to accept the position as District. Manager 
for OSie Wackenhut Corporation in Puerto Rico. Evidently 
he did not accept this position and ROBERT S, HQg IJR_is 
now in this position. 

It is my understanding that Mr. HOPLER is a former 
Special Agent of the FBI, and it would be appreciated if the 
Bureau would furnish this of f ice. with a brief resume of his 
service record so that I may be aware of his Bureau experience. 

This office will be most circumspect in any of 
its dealings with representatives of the above corporation. 



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DIRECTOR, FBI 

SAC, NEWARK (80-00 ) 

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CKENHUT CORPORATION 




Re SAC Letter No. 62-24 (B). 

Charles E. Kleirikauf, Senior Resident Agent at, 
Morristown, N. J. , received, a personal letter on 7/16/62 
from Samuel K. McKee, retired SAC, who is with captioned 
organization. A copy of the letter is attached. :' 

miS& MNim TO COfiTRARY BY BUREAU 

~ r UACB by 7/23/62, SA Klelnkauf will append a ' 
I note to the letter received from Mr. McKee reading. "Sorry 
but unable to be of any assistance in this matter, '^^<^ 
I will sign it and return it to Mr. McKee. 



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Executive Offices 
3280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard 
Coral Gables^ Florida 



July 12/ 1962 



Mr, Charles E. Kleinkauf 

34 Winding Way 

Morris Plains^ New Jersey 

Dear Charlie: 

I need a bit of information in order to expedite 
the handling of an investigation in Tennessee* Specifically 
I need the name and home address of the Guidance Teacher at 
Dover High School in 1953*- I knew him well^ however^ my 
feeble mind w ill not co me up with the name. I believe the 
surname to be | [ Will you also let me have the name 
and home address of the present Guidance Teacher? Lastly, * 
is John Roach still Chief of Police at Dover or has he passed 
away? If he is not still Chief , may I have the name of his 
successor? 



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Hblngs are going nicely here. 



and I remain 



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ole U.S.A. on July :3i next. 

Regards from us to 



Ls due to sail from Korea for the good 



the girls and yourself. 
Sincerely, 



/s/ Sam 

Samuel K. McKee 



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on this letter. 



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STJfijECT: THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 






date: July 25, 1962 



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HEREIN IS raCLASSIx^IBp 
EXCEPT r'"3.S SHOWS, ' 
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ReBtiairtel April 17, 1962, captioned as above, 
and subsequent communications. 

Information has been received to the effect 
the following individuals are no longer employed by the 
above- captioned corporation : 

HUGH A. PAGE. JR. 



CARL J. MARTIN 
HARRY E. MANICAS 

Infortnation has also been received that a former 
FBI Laboratory employee, WILLIAM L. McCLINTOCK, has been 
added to the payroll of the above- captioned corporation. 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION recently purchased the 
GENERAL PLANT PROTECTION COMPANY of Los Angeles, California, 
which apparently is a private detective agency, and it is -^i' 
intended that -it will be absorbed. 







The following are the contracts of THE WACKENHUT 
CORPORATION: 

The Martin Company, Orlando, Florida 

The Martin Company, Denver, Colorado 

Federal Electronic Corporation, Moses Lake, Washington 

Norair, Rapid City, South Dakota 

General Dynamics Astronautics, Salina, Kansas 

Federal Electronic Corporation, Streator, Illinois 

^^/ The above , is submitted for record purposes. 
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fj Miami News Business KrfJfpp 

Joral Gables-basei 

fenBut Corg. today solidified 

atTposIHbn as the nation's 

.fourth largest security and 

investigative organizations.! to meet the growing security 

'■ The company has purchased! needs of industry and national 

'and merged General Plant Protec- ' defense in the U.S." 



^ "We are happy to become asso- 
;'eiated--wlth Los Angeles ^fflu-lV^ 
"growth opportunities which exist" 
in GalifSrnia," Wackenhut said, 
'*With major offices on each 
coast, we will be better equipped 



tibn Co. and its affiliates of Los 
Angeles. General is the fifth larg- 
iest in the industry. 



Wackenhut' s cost of purchasing 
General Protection was not dis- 
closed. . Ralph E. Davis,. Los An- 
geles businessman, who has run; 
the firm, becomes a member of: 



By taking control of General, 
Wackenhut operations now extend _ , 
from coast to coast, plus Puerto; Wackenhut's board, 

Rico and Hawaii,; GUARDS TITANS 

with a working ^g^kenhut, which started in, 
^f""^^ «1. ^""^ «1954 with four ex-FBI agents, now 
than 2,500 em-. ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ j^p^^^ant defense in-- 
P^^yes. ^ ,i stallations as five Titan and At-, 

Ranking ahead] las based in. the United States, 
of Wackenhut in Among clients in private industry' 
protective work ar^i 

are Pif erton, I ^^^^^^ ^^ ^.^^^^ j^g^ona. 
Burns and Globe ■ ^^ ^^^^.^ _ ^^^^^^^a, Winn- 

v. 1 w • . f ffth! Dixie, North American Aviation. 
Wackenhut ' indicated that the . ^^^^^^j Tel^ep^ McDonnell 

, Aircraft, Grand' Union and Wei- 
ll lesley College in Boston. 

Some of General's West Coast 
clients include Monsanto Chemi- 
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Gables firm expects to pass Globe | 
within two years. 

George R. Wackenhut, presi- 
dent, said General Plant will con- 
tinue, to operate and service its 

clients in California f^^ else- -^ --/j^^^^y^ ^^^ factor, 
where as a division of the Wack- \ ^ _^^^_;^ Aiv^t-off rVipII Oil. 
eiihut Corp. 



Lockheed Aircraft, Shell Oil 
Reynolds Metals, Ryan Aeronau- 
tical'; Standard Oil of California, 
Tidewater Oil and Union Carbide. 



BURGLAR ALARMS 

Affiliates of General include 

and fire alarm system for fLosec^^^^^^ i g ^^ 

Aifceles area, and GeneralZ/Plant agemeni luhbuiuus 
tff;!L„ rnn^ which/ h a si business, industry and professions, 
P|tection Corp whicM ha si ^ j 

brlnches m San Jose, Cahf., and ^^^ ^m^^^^^r^ 

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Author: 
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Title: WACKENHUT CORP. 



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Mr. Conrad 
CORAL GABLES. \\^!m^BMS^t\^^^ 



August 1, 1962 




Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Invesfigafion 

9l"h and Penr^sylvania Avenue, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover, 



I wanfed to wrife to you personalhj and advise you fhal* I gregtJy regref 
thaf any acHvifies of fhe employees of ThevVqc kenhu^ Corp ora^ion. wfm which 
I am now conneched, have in any way infringed upon any of l*he prerc^fives 
of hhe Bureau. I wanf to assure you fhat I personally have taken stops to remedy 
any sitoahions of fhis kind which have arisen and which became known to me. 

I would nof wan^ to be associated in any way wifh The Wackenhu^ 
Corporahop if 1 ihoughf ^ha^ \\ permiht-ed employees to in^en^ionalIy engage in 
une^hical pracnpes. I am certain \\ is ^he intenfion of fhe officials of fhe 
company To prevenf" any such prac^ices ondjhat ^hey are taking precautions 
to guard*^gainsf any such acfion on fhe parf of employees. 




n-. I want to assure you of my loyalhy to you and ^he Bureau and of my 
desire, to be of help whenever possible. 

Please accepf my apologies for taking your fime, buf I did wan^ to 
make my feelings clear in fhis maffer. 



re4Vyours, 



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Coral GaWes, Florida 

Bear Mr. Keay: 

: Your letter of Aug^ust 1st iiias been 

received and the interest prompting you to write as 
you did is appreciated. You may be sure we wiU 
ke^ in mind the matters you oHuoneciu 

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Sst S MarcTlaer " "'' ''"''"" '^^" "^^ ^^^^^ Correspondents' 

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OPTIONAL FORM NO. 10 





UNITED STATES GOVERN 

Memorandum 



TO : Mr. DeLoach 



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subject: former ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 
STANLEY J. TRACY 




date: 10-17-62 



^'ALL INFORMATION COHTAipD, 



HEJ^EIN IS ^CLASSIFIED 
EXCEPT r^KE. SHOWl 
OTHERWISE 




Mr. Tolson has inquired as to whether Mr. Tracy is 
connected with the Wackenhut Corporation which group employs a 
number of former Special Agents and with which we have had 
difficulties. 



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>-las of April, 1962, was a member of the Board of Directors of the 
^ Wackenhut Corpj Qxation which d oes industr ial security investigations. 

]pi your office on 4-23-62, 





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I Tracy told| |he had joined this corporation, had met with the 

Board of Directors and was very much "impressed" with the group. 
A memorandum prepared at that time pointed out that Tracy had 
apparently been taken by the group and from his conversation was not 
aware of its background or the Bureau's feelings toward it. Neither 
Tracy's file nor the file on the Wackenhut Corporation reveals Tracy' 
current status with the organization. 



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It is noted that the Miami Office had previously sul^ised 
that the purpose of the Board of Directors is reportedly to use their 
names in solicitation of new business. They are reportedly^ot paid 
but are called to Miami once a year to attend a Board meetih^ at - 
which time all their expenses are paid and this, in effect, affords the 
Directors a free vacation for the use of their names and their prior 
professional affiliation. ^cPLp ^ 



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UNITED STATES GOlWNMENT 



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Director, FBI (62-107335) 




Miami (66-2466) 

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subject: the WACKENHUT CORPORATION 



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HEEEIH IS MCMSSIFIED '• 

Exc ji'PT v:k!i?.e shown. 

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Mr. Sullivan. 

Mr.' Tavel 

Mr, Trotter. .' 

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Information has been received to the effect 
the following retired FBI employees have been working 
for the above-captioned corporation: 

ARTHUR T. POTTER 
WILLIAM A. HAMILTON 




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Your letter dated November 8tti, with enclosure . 
was received during Mr. Hoover*s absence from the city. 7ou 
may be certain it will be brought to his attention ^en be returns. 

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organized by former Bureau Agents as a security andlnvesligatlve " "^ 
firm which apparently ©perates in several states and in Puerto Rico* 
. . Tlhe firm has utilized misleading advertisements, attempted to capitalize 
_ on former FBI affiliation of its employees and its q^^cials have reportedly 
engaged in personal misconduct and questionable bostiness a«Jtivities, .: 
SAC letter number 62-24 dated 4-24-62 instnifcted^l offices to refrain 
from any contacts with this organization and extenifcno cooperation. 
Its employees are to participate in no Bureau off ici? funqll^ons. Former 



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Novembers, 1962 

Mr. J, Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of InvesMgaHon 

Deparlmenf" of JusMce 

Washington, D. C. 

^ Dear Mr. Hoover: — 

An article wriften recenHy by Ar^ Buchwald enli^led "The Gary's 
All Here" , which I am sure you have already seen, distorbed me. 



A copy of my response to Mr. Buchwald's columr 
Hme when naHonal solidarity is imperafive, an ar^icle sucJ 
very poorly \\me6 and In exceeding bad toste, bul* most assuredly against 
national intoresf. 



'. Tolsor 
Mr. Belmont^ 
Mr. Mohr-, 
Mr. Casper„ 
Mr. Callahan — ^ 
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Mr. Evans 

Mr. Gale 

Mr. Rosen 



Mr. Suilivan„ 

Mr. Tavel 

Mr. Trotters- 
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Miss Holmes 



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}ch a% his is nof only \ 
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As a citizen, you can be assured of my loyalhy and of xr\y appreciaHon 
for whaf you and hhe Federal Bureau of Investigation have done and are doing 
for hhe preservation of \\\e American woy. 



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November 3/ 1962 



Mr, ArtBujchwoW 
New York Herald Tribune 
230 V/esr 41*f SheBt 
Nsw York, Nfew York 

Dear Mr. Buchwald: . 

I have reod your recent arHcle enHrled ** The Ganges All H^r*** , 
which dIsGusset the sfor/ on ^he FBI b^ Jack Uvlne which appeared In 
"TheNaHon" . 

I assume ^ha^ ^>ur column wcj$ wrUren in a %pUif of good humor. 
However, whether you are oware of U or noJ, U appeors that Ifhere U a / 
concerted effort by the Communis^ afthh crftJcol time to discredit Mr, J, 
Edgar Hoover and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Unfortunotely, your 
column may be put to unscrupulous use in o v^Qy you probably never intended. 

Perhaps you may be able to rectify this in some fa$hIon. Ihope so 
because I know many of your reqders here feel the same concern that I do. 

Very *ruly yours, -^ 




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I \j^r. Tracy stated that he was still on the Board (rf Directors of the Wackenhut 
g>\ Corporation. He said he was there as sin observer so he could see if they did anything 



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^ / that would embarrass the Bureau and could out a stop to it. He said the operation "of 
Uhe organization has been taken over by former Inspector Victor Pl^^eay and that he 
has done a real house cleaning. For exjimpIerfi^"wenfl:o Buffalo arra after checking, 
fired former Agent Harry te-^^jnicas. It will be recalled that Manicas used the 
National Academy DirecferyM^rSai^ in connection with his investigations* 
Mr. Tracy further stated that the orga^hization had i^emoved all mention of the FBI in 
its literature and further that they are moving from the investigative field to the 
protection field. He said for example they recently bought a protection company in 
Los Angeles and furnishes guardS/and protective devices for the May Company. - /, 



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Your letter of November 13th, with enclosures, 
was received during Mr. Hoover's absence. You may be 
certain it will be brought to his attention upon his return. 

Sincerely yours, 



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Tolson — 
Belmont ^ 

Mohr 

Casper — 
Callahan . 
Conrad — 
DeLoach . 

Evans , 

\ Gale : 

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Secretary 

NOTE: See Morreli to DeLoach memorajndum dated 11-19-62 captioned: 
i "George R. Wackenhut, Prcisident, The %ackenhut Cor poration. . 
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November 13, 1962 



Mr, J. Edgar Hoover 
Director 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
iWasiiington 25, D. C* 



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A I recently finished reading "A Study of Communism*', 
1^ /rand want to extend my heartiest congratulations to you on your 
£"/ \ new book, 

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It is a clear and forceful explanation of the enemy 
1^"^ J we face, and I wish it were possible for every American from 
,.0 \^'. high school age upward to read it. 

V i\p y % W^ are doing everything we can toward that end among 
uJ W A^/S^^ ^^^ associates, employees and friends by means of T^ 

^' ^ \ /^^^^(^^^ and The)pipe Line, copies of ^ich 

s\^\^^' ^-'/^^^ ■ are ^enclosed. 

Let me again extend my congratulations for this and 
all your efforts to combat the greatest danger which confronts 
our nation today. 



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November, 1962 



COMMUNISM and YOU! 



"The danger which world communism presents to the free nations has 
not abated. If anything, it has increased .;. Knowledge of communism - 
the challenge of our age - and an appreciation of our American heritage 
will enable us to discipline ourselves for the hard decisions, the respon- 
sible fudgments, the dedication, and the sacrifices which will have to be 
made to insure the continued exifjtence of our nation and the perpetuation 
of freedom itself. " 

y - J. Edgar Hoover 

(From the Foreword of his outstanding new book, "A Study in 
Communism", published by Holt, Rinehart and Winston.) 



THE PURGES OF JOSEPH STALIN 



in 1933, while the Communist Party was making rapid progress in the United States, 
Joseph Stalin was facing a grave personal crisis in Russia. The terror and tyranny which he had used to 
force his Five-Year-Plan upon the nation had brought the people and even the Party leaders and mem- 
bers of the military close to the point of open revolt. 

During 1932 and 1933, more than five million Russians died of starvation in a man-made 
famine deliberately created by Nikfta S. Khrushchev to subdue the rebellious peasants of the Ukraine 
and to provide food for the workers of Stalin's industrialization program. 

The workers themselves did not escape Stalin's lash. Controls were increasingly tighten- 
ed to reduce absenteeism and turnover and to force greater production. Police Identity cards w^re issued 
to every person in the nation, making it possible to keep track of all workers. Any person failing to 
report for work without a satisfactory explanation was subject to instant dismissal. This was tantamount 
to a sentence of death since dismissal carried with it the loss of both living quarters and ration cards. 
Such victims could look forward to wandering, hungry and homeless, or confinement in slave-labor 
camps, which already contained millions of fellow Russians. 

Two important events occurred at this time to help carry Stalin safely past the danger of 
Incipient revolution. On January 30, 1933, Adolf Hitler was named Chancellor of Germany, The Rus- 
sian people, remembering their demoralizing defeats by the Germans in World War I and Hitler's pro- 
claimed hatred of Communism, looked worriedly toward the West and were distracted frotji their anger 

"< Stalin. /, 2-/61 33^ -^ S<f 





The second event also had an fnternational aspect. From the day the Bolsheviks^eized 
control of Russia in ,1917, the United States government had refused to recognize the G)mmunists, al- 
though American sympathy for the Russian people was constantly demonstrated by such acts as The Hoover 
Commission feeding millions in the famine of 1922, 

Now, in 1933, Stalin sent Maxim Litvinov to Washington with a suitcase full of faithful 
promises: The Communists would not propagandize, would not attempt to subvert or overthrow the 
United States government; the Soviet Union would behave as a respectable and responsible government. 
On these conditions the United States granted official recognition \o Russia, and Stalin's success \n 
achieving this diplomatic prestige won for him the admiration of the Russian people. 

As the public pressure lessened, Stalin was able to turn his attention toward his rivals 
and the rebellion within the Party ranks. When Sergei Kirov, a leading member of the Politburo, was 
assassinated by gunmen on December 1, 1934, Stalin had his excuse and unleashed his full fury on all 
who opposed_him. 

This time the terror was directed not against the people but against the Party members 
themselves. The secret police, under the direction of their chief, Nicolai Yezhov, again roamed the 
nation, digging and probing into every Party group for their victims. These former comrades were char- 
acterized as " Trotsky ites". They were accused of espionage, diversion and betrayal of Russia; they were 
described as vile murderers, degenerates and Fascist agents. Party members, hoping to save themselves, 
quickly confessed, naming others as conspirators. The victim's family, his friends and associates were 
all token \n the dragnet, arrested, and imprisoned or shot. 

The great purges were on, and with them came the show trials of 1936, '37 and '38 in 
which the defense, the prosecution and the judges all had their precise instructions and the guilt of the 
accused was already predetermined, Russia and the world watched while leading members of the Party 
"confessed", one after the other, to sabotage, espionage and other "crimes". 

Ninety-eight of the 139 members of the Central Committee elected at the Seventeenth 
Party Congress were arrested and shot to death. Out of the 1,966 Congressional delegates, 1,108 were 
arrested and charged with crimes against the government. 

All of Stalin's former associates in the Politburo were purged. Top political, government- 
-~a I-and-d I p I oma4-4<;^of-f Ic i a l^, J n c l=ud i ng-am bassado rs an d^m i niste rs-w e re-p la ced- on^-tr i a U - The=m i litory-^p urg e ^ 
wiped out the mafor officers of the Army, Navy and Air Force, and 30,000 officers of lesser rank were 
executed. Tens of thousands of other Russians died before firing squads or were imprisoned in concentra- 
tion camps. Estimates range from several hundred thousand to several million victims in this the most 
terrible massacre in history. 

But Stalin had won again. He had collectivized the peasants; he had pushed industriali- 
zation forward; he had drowned in blood and permanently silenced the last tiny cry of protest from the 
people and the Party, In 1938 he stood supreme, unchallenged, as the absolute dictator of the Soviet 
Union. 



The Wackenhut Corporation is a national security and investigative organization with ; ' V ; 
operations extending from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawaii, Acutely aware of the .,/ 
threat of Communism, it presents this series of articles to its friends and employees as on educational i^^';" 
service. Copies may be secured by writing G. Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The WaGlfe™^i^¥ 
Corporation, 3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida. _ 





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Published b/ and/i^r l-he Employees of The Wackenhut CorporaMon, Coral Gabies, Florida 



VoM,No. 10 



" A Si'ud/ oF Comn unism " 

The one man in I'he Unifed S^a^es who knows more 
-abou^ Communishs and-Gommunism^fhan any ofher warns 
^oday: 

" The danger which Communism presenfs ^o fhe free 
world has nof abated. If any^hing, l^ has increased." 

J. Edgar Hoover, who vividly described frhe fhreat of 
Communism in his nafional bes^-seller, "Mas^ers of 
Deceif" , has wri^^en anofher book hhaf will sweep fhe 
country and help \o educafe our ci^izens \o ^he menace 
which, if x\o\ halhed, would cost us our country and wipe 
out freedom from the world. 

"A Study of Communism" , published in October by 
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, at $3,95, already was in 
its second printing before publication. 

The book clearly and forcibly answers such important 
questions as: what is Communism, how does it come to 
power and why is our free society superior to it? 

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No one speaks with more authority on Communism 
than Mr. Hoover. As Director of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation since 1924, he has been officially inves- 
tigating and observing the growth and operations of 
Communism almost from its start. Communism, as we 
know it today, dates from November 7, 1917, — only 
seven years before Mr, Hoover took office. 



His book traces the history of Communism from Kart 
Marx to the present, outlines itstheories and ob|ectives 
and the techniques which it employs to achieve them. 
He emphoixTQ^ that the Communist Party, USA, has, 
since its inception, been a tool of Moscow and is dedi- 
cated to the Soviet goal of world domination. 

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October, 1962 

Mr. Hoover calls upon American citizens to inform 
themselves on the true nature of Communism so they 
will be alert to all of its threats wherever they may 
be made. At the same time, he urges them to study 
and cherish the great freedoms and benefits enjoyed 
under Democracy in the United States. 

He concludes: 

" America was founded on freedom , It has grown 
and prospered, spiritually and materially, under free- 
dom. And, in its depp and abiding faith in the ulti- 
mate triumph of freedom, America still holds the key 
to the future of mankind. With faith in the inherent 
dignity and worth of the individual, Americans can 
face the future with vitality and resolute purpose." 

* * * • 

Meet Your Officials 




Kerr Mc Kee 



For October, it is our pleasure to introduce 
Samuel KerrMcKee, the Sam Spade of TWC's 




InvesHgafive Division, of which he is hhe Direcfor. 

Sam was born and raised in Richmond, where he ah- 
^ended grade and high schools. _ While accumulafing 
l-he funds for college, he worked for a Richmond adver- 
fisfng agency, where he developed his abilil-y ^o speedi- 
ly review fhe many inves^igal•ive reporfs which cross 
his desk daily by reviewing several hundred newspapers 
each day J-o check space adverMsing. 

Sam entered the University of Richmond where he 
played freshman foohball and baskefball and ran varsi- 
^y frock, fhe mile and half-mile. He graduahed wifh his 
law degree and was admifhed ho fhe Virginia Bar. While 
-attending- law school , he-worked-as Assisranf Physical 
Direci-or and \afer Business Secrehary of fhe local YMCA, 
following in his fafher's foofsfeps; Sam*s fafher died in 
his Freshman year, and he served in his latter fob during^ 
fhe day and went" ho school ah nighL 

Affer graduaHon, Sam sfayed wihh hhe " Y" unhil he 
resigned " ho find ouh whah I wanfed to do" , which 
proved to be enhering the FBI, which Sam did in hAarch, 
1930. Upon complehion of his training, Sam was assigned 
to various field offices, serving in the mid-hhirfies on o 
special "Major Case Squad" which worked principally 
on kidnap cases. He became a squad leader in hhis 
group and parficipafed in many of the nahion-wide round- 
ups of hhe famed " Prehhy Boy" Floyd, Barker- Karpis, 
Roger Toughey and other infamous mobs. The FBI was 
building up \t$ name in hhose days, buh hhe big-hime 
criminal of fhose Hmes did noh hesitafe to open fire on 
Agenfs, and Sam faced his share of thh in the various 
apprehensions made by him and his squad, escaping 

unscathed through what he considers extreme good 
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In 1938, Sam was appointed as Special Agent in 
Charge and served in the offices in Richmond (Home 
Town Boy Makes Good I), Miami, Pittsburgh, Washing- 
ton and Newark before retiring in 1953 " to get ac- 
quainted with two teen-age kids", they being sons Sam 
III and Dennis. 

Oh, yes, somewhere along the line busy Sam took 
time out to get married and start to raise a family. His 
Iwife, Doris, is from that famed playground, Virginia 
iBeach, Va. , and Cautious Sam knew her only 13 years 
|before they married; he's had time since to reflect upon 
frhat rash decision and has decided it was a good one I 



After retir/nent from the Bureau, our subject 
(just like in H^ investigative reports, we'll refer to 
him in this ma.^ner) took a job as corporate Personnel 
Director of Mc^regor-Doniger, Inc., in Dover, 
New Jersey (sinr® ^hey may be a potential client, 
we'll mention thV n^a^e famous McGregor Sports- 
wear). This was ^lisO^'^ devising and administer- 
ing pojicy for the com^^'s 2,500 employees. 
While m this capacity, suAect accepted the invita- 
tion extended him by the tnen Mayor of Chatham, 
New Jersey, to fill an uni <P'red term on the Borough 
Council; while on this bov>, subject was Chairman 
of the Police Committee, ohd later ran for office 
to succeed himself. He was elected and served a 
total of-two~and^ane-haJf_ye.ars.,~wher»-he_^resigned^.. 
due to the pressure of business. 

Sam (we MI refer to him fournalistically now) 
resigned from his personnel' job In 1959 when a 
reorganization was effected in his company, and 
came to Florida early In 1960. He had visited 
Virginia during that winter and returned to his New 
Jersey home to find 18 inches of accumulated snow 
in his driveway, upon which he told his wife, "This 
is the last snow I'll ever shove H" - and it was I 
He had engaged in an exchange of letters with our 
President, George R. Wackenhut, who offered him 
the job of heading up the expanding Investigative 
Division, the job he accepted and fulfills so capably 
today. 

Sam and Doris have not only two sons, but a 
daughter-in-law and about 4/9ths of a new McKee 
generation, the arrival of which is certain to touch 
off a round of celebrating in the McKee household 
1 ri"MT am 1 '?"Sout RwesFa reaT ^Sam , 1 1 T ( t he morr i e3 ' 
~son) is a Ur"S; Naval Academy graduate and is 
currently serving (and awaiting his parenthood) in 
the USMC base at Parris island, a First Lieutenant 
in a headquarters and supply company. He served 
prior to this In Okinawa. The your^ger son, Dennis, 
enlisted for a three-year hitch in the Army and 
recently returned from Korea, where he served In a 
classified [ob in the Security Agency. He is 
currently based at Ft. Devens, Mass. , and has one 
more year to complete in his college work, which 
he plans to do when his three-year hitch is up 
(In August '63) at his father's Alma Mater, the U. 
of Richmond. 



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Sam IS a "Tinker", b/ his own admission; he en|o/s 
doing so wifh flowers, and more exacfly orchids, in 
parhicular. He also enjoys swimming in his home pool 
(Rich or Poor, if's nice ^o have money, Sam I). 

Sam is a member of the Society of Former Special 
Agen^s of the FBI, of Sigma Phi Epsilon (college social 
frafernify) and was a member and former Presidenf of the 
Morris Counhy (New Jersey) Personnel Assoc iai-ion. 
Asked l-o describe himself, he sfafes he is "exceedingly 
conservafive" and a " middle-of-the-roader", which 
he says he inherited from his Western Pennsylvania fore- 
bears. Precisely what this country needs more of, say 
we, so here's hoping Sam passes some of his fine quali- 
ties on to the upcoming- generation of McKees (you don't 
have long to wait now, Saml), - and maybe their little 
McKees, tool 




Pictured above is one of the donors to the TWC 
JBIood^Bank, started by JWCempIo yees in Puerto Rico, 
This scene was repeated by er\ough employees to estab- 
lish an account in the local Blood Bank to aid employees 

who might need blood due to an illness or operation. 
* * * * 

News From Here 'N' There 

KOBUTA: Congratulations are in order for Insp. Cliff 
Hatcher of Denver, who married Miss Sherrey Baker of 
Rochester, Pa. ... Insp. Larry Ripple of this installation 
was best man. * .and congratulations are also in order 
for our correspondent from Kobuta, Sgt. Joe FUppin, 
whose wife, Marion Kay, presented him with their first 
born, 8 lb. 12 oz. Scott Michael on September 27. 



ORLANDO: Here's a thumbnail sketch of our new 
Area Guard Supervisor, Sgt.jChqrIes McDorman 
(who had fits at the thought that his being given pub- 
licity herein might lessen his value to TWC on future 
u/c work; that's it, Mac, think SALES, SALES, 
SALESl). . .Mac was on the T-1 force in Denver until 
he was out-phasened, as they say up Penn. way, 
where he promptly went and was taken aboard the 
Koppers' Kobuta Karavan. . .Mac is a Virginian, 
retired from the AF, is a commercial pilot, and has 
already visited headquarters for his " immunization" 
into the TWC way-of-life. . .Welcome aboard. Mad . . 
now, back to your SALES! 

PUERTO RICO : All hands are looking forward to the ^ 
speedy recovery of Capt. Martinez of Midyaguez, 
injured in an auto accident on the Hormigueros-Maya- 
guez Road, , .hope by now all is well with you, Capt. 
Martinez! . . .Congratulations to guard Julio CardorKi 
of the Mayaguez area, who, upon returning to his 
home about 1:30 A.M. after a tour of duty, surprised . 
two thieves trying to break into the Cadillac Manu- 
facturing Co. next door to his home. . .Cardona gave 
chase and immediately notified the Police Department, 
as well as the executives of the Cadillac firm. . .on 
or off duty, Cardona is "on the job" 1 
WICHITA: TWCers here were all happy to see C. W. 
" Bud" Thompson, headquarters' most-travellingest 
man, as he made his inspection at the T-7 site. . . 
Bud told the supervisors at a later meeting that the 
Sergeants and men must have known he was coming, 
for as he approached a complex in the middle of the 
night, an Inspector shining from top to bottom, white 
gloves and all, was standing in the road directing 
"traffic", - Bud's car being the only "traffic" for 
miles arpyndl (Bud Beaver says this is the kind of , - - 
VIP treatment given at T~7 to " special people and 
our friends" ). . .Welcome to Lieut. Jim Dunn (alias 
Capt. Dunn from kaput Salina); all hands are glad 
to have you aboard at T-7 and know you will be of 

great help there, .the Kansas heat seems to have over- 
come Denver transferee Sgt. Cole; he's voluntarily 
agreed to enter that institution called matrimony (don't j 
be scared, Sarge, the easiest part is when you close 
your eyes and say " I do" ). . Sgt. and Mrs. Ingle are 
absorbing congratulations for the arrival of their 
7 lb. 2 oz. boy bouncer; those from Mr. Watkins, 





Marfm Assh. Securif/ Officer wenf somehhing like, 
" Congra^s, Sergeant, one more for our side" . . . Inspec- 
for and Mrs. Ernesh S^einbrock are proud porenl-s of a 
new baby girl (fheir fif^hI); hhe/'ve abouf given up 
fr/lng for a boy in this " women's worJd" . . . Insp. Robert 
Deerfield, transferred from Moses Lake, is to be con- 
gratulated for his recent marriage to Miss Luella Ann 
Woods of Iowa. . .and ditto to Insp. Cletus Selenke, wed 
to Miss Cheryl Smith, . , Insp. Clinton Hoard is being 
congratulated for getting his Sgt. stripes back (nothing 
derrog.; he was a Sgt. at Salina and took temp, refuge 
as an Inspector at T-7). . . Sgt. Amis reported back to 
work after spending a few days in Denver visiting 
friends (hmmmmm, now just how did he manage to get a 
few days off?). . , Insp. John DeJarnette is getting a 

' '" \^^ n' clioTii" f foiii^"^^^ for ha nd I i ng^ diT o verhed t--^- 

ed relay box which burst into flames, but was quickly 
extinguished by John (that's playing heads-up ball, 
Johnl) (Your reporter from T-7: Sgt. E. Ingle - Thanks, 
Sgt.) 

TAMPA: Recently, the Tampa office received an emer- 
gency request for guard service at the site of a partially 
burned-out grocery supermarket. . .Guard James 
McAnespie was assigned to duty at this location; during 
his tour, the Fire Department completed their assignment 
and departed. . .company officials, satisfied that 
McAnespie was well in control of security, also depart- 
ed... Some time later, McAnespie. noted that the fire 
had agofn Ignited in the popcorn section (causing con-, 
siderable expansion!) and recalled the Fire Department 
He submitted the following artist's conception of this 
irregularity (thinking, no doubt, of the saying "One 
picture Is worth a thousand words"): 




I' Welcome Backl If you're not too pooped to pop, 
please put out the fire in the popcorn this time!" 



If you're thinking the above cartoon has some^ profes- 
sional aspects to it, you're right; Guord McA. attended 
the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts and was a commer- 
cial artist, eventually going into cartooning on a free- 
lance basis. . .his cartoons are currently appearing in 
such magazines as "Boys' Life", "Scouting Magazine" 
and Humorama Publications, which is a chain of some 
eleven magazines. . .his alertness,, devotion to duty, 
and promptness in handling the above-depicted irregu- 
larity are to be highly commended (how about our 
seeing more of your tolent in future issues of "The Pipe- 
line", Mr. McA.; we're. indeed honored to have you 
as guest artist in this issue!). . .Welcome to Christopher 
"Chris" Callan, newly acquired hvestigator in the 
Tampa District. .Chris is (natchl) an ex-FBIer. . Con- 
grats- to James' Tbopes,'rec^e^^ -■ - 
to assist Sgt. Jim Mowery in supervisory duties in 
Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties. .All m-i^mbers of 
the Tampa staff extends best wishes to Shirley Derriso 
(you never congratulate a young lady for "Mission 
Accomplished!") on her engagement to Mir. Edward 
Plourde;, he's in law enforcement \n the I.D. Division 
of the Tampa Police Dept. (Editor's Note: Glad to 
finally hear from "our man in Tampa"; please keep 
the news wires open for the benefit of the "Pipeline".) 
CORAL GABLES HDQTRS: Off. Mgr., Anne (l-was- 
a-Chief Clerk-for-the-FBI) Pelton is hcppily settled 
in her new hacienda; Anne had wisely rented-with- 
an-option upon arrival inFla., and decided she was 
going to be around long enough to go ahead and turn 
those rent receipts into tax-and-insurance-and-interest 
deducts; we can't wait until we all swim in the pool 
she is digging in the back yard with her own I'il hands 
(or Is that a fallout shelter, Anne?), .the new face 
around here is our latest addition to the Acctg. Dept., 
Mirtha Latour; a heartyjvy|^eJcorTieJ-o you, Mi^ 
to Bert ReinhardT; added to assist in our recent rush of 
polygraph exams, .and to Carol Duron, ,oart- time Mata 

Hari (Investigator) in the Miami District, .and a welcome 
back (from a vacation week spent in Florida) to Payroll's 
Sally Hamilton, .too bad we can't run a picture of our 
Miami District's Secretary Liz ("I enfoy being a girl") 
Mills trying to please all concerned with new fashion 
ideas for our uniformed receptionists. . in one sample 
outfit with a round red fezz, she had staffers looking 
for the leash and organ grinder, .some day, someone is 
a-comin' in the office early some Ayem yelling "The 
mackeral are hitting I", and staunch fishermen in the 
office staff (numbering a dozen or so) are going to 
have to be chained to the desk to keep them from 
leaving and calling back in with a case of "one-day 
pneumonia". 



UNITED 



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_^EDERAL BUaEAU^j INVESTIGATION 
STATES DEPARTMENT OF Jti 




MR. TOLSON 
MR. BELMi 

MR. CASPER 
MR. CALLAHAN 
MR. CONRAD 





_MR. EVANS. 
'•MR. GALE. 
MR. ROSEN, 
MR. SULLIVAN 
MR. TAVEL , 
MR. TROTTER , 
MR. JONES . 
TELE. ROOM , 
MISS HOLMES , 

mrs.;metcalf. 
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"The foreign policy of the Soviet Union is clear and 
explicit. We stand for peaceful, close and friendly re- 
lations with all the neighboring countries which have 
^9!J}n}9J^ frontiers wjHijlTe U. S.S. R. That is our position. 
We stand for the support of nations which are victims of 
aggression and for fighting for the independence of their 
country ..• Such is the foreign policy of the Soviet 



Union." 



- Joseph Stalin 



THE WAR YEARS 




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After Joseph Stalin had conquered his own country and Party through his reign of^ 

terror, he was able - from his position of supreme confidence at home - to turn his attention to the ex- 
pansion of the Communist program abroad. Even in his most enthusiastic plottings, he probably did not 
anticipate the great success which lay ahead for Communism. Between 1939 and his death in 1953, 
Stalin was to see seventeen countries and nearly a billion people fall under the Red flag. 

As he sat watching closely. Hitler's Nazis in 1939 stood poised on the edge of 
Poland. Now, while openly working with England and France for a mutual defense against Germany, 
Stalin was secretly negotiating with Hitler. On August 23, 1939, their non-aggression pact was an- 
nounced" Nine days-later, Hi tler-marched"into^Poland-from-the-west,-and-within-three'Weeks 
struck from the east. 

A shocked and angered world watched as first the powerful Nazi and then the 
Russian tanks and bombers devastated the Polish cities and destroyed a gallant but helpless Polish army. 
Then the torture-trains began to roll as hundreds of thousands of Poles - workers, businessmen, military 
and governmental leaders - were shipped like cattle in the freezing winter to slave-labor camps in Si- 
beria. On hand to direct the operations, as he had in the Ukraine, was the master of subjugation, 
Nikita Khrushchev. ^^ 

Communist imperialism was on the move. During the months of September and 
October, 1939, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia were pressured into signing mutual assistance treaties 
with Russia, Prior treaties existed with Finland. But the value of such treaties with the Soviet Union 

was now to be made clear. «Ji»««« ■wo^s ^"■^'"' ' ^^ 

"lOT RECORDED 

DEC 11 1962 




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On No^erlfef 30, 1939, the Red forces jnvadedH^rJand. The Finns fought bock 
heroically and took a heavy toll in their rugged country, but they were overwhelmed within three months 
and were forced to cede some 16,000 square miles of border territory, including the Karelian isthmus, 
Vijpuri'ond^Tt^oftake^Ladogcr. ^ "^ " ~^^ 

Russian diplomatic and military pressure was increased to the breaking point on 
the tiny, helpless countries of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia until finally in June, 1940, ultimatums 
were issued and the Soviet army moved in, setting up puppet governments. On August 3, 1940 Lithu- 
ania was incorporated into the Soviet Union. On August 5, 1940, Latvia was incorporated into the 
Soviet Union. On August 6, 1940, Estonia was incorporated into the Soviet Union. 

Stalin's sm,ug satisfaction^ Fiowever, was abruptly shattered ten months later when 
Hitler - with the same ruthless disregard for treaties as the Soviets - tore up their non-aggression pact 
and opened a massive surprise attack on Russia, 



Imperialistic ambitions were temporarily forgotten as Russia, poorly prepared, 
fought for its life. The Nazi forces moved east on the ground and in the air along a 2,000-mile front 
and within six months had captured more than half a million square miles. But millions of Russians in 
the Ukraine had not forgotten the mass executions, the deliberate famines and the Party purges, and in 
many regions the Germans were welcomed [oyfully as friends and deliverers. 

To combat this fraternization with the enemy, Soviet agents, under the direction 
of Nikita Khrushchev, were dispatched secretly throughout the occupied territory with orders to seek 
out and murder all collaborators. Failure to resist the Germans was labeled collaboration and was pun- 
ishably by death. In the towns where the people quietly accepted the German rule, the Soviet agents 
murdered the German officers. Believing the people were responsible, the No^fs^etaliated savagely. 



executing ten Ukrainians for each German killed. The suffering Ukrainians wens^tr 
sides. 



victims of both 



The Nazi blitzkreig continued to roar eastward. Minsk, Smolensk and Kiev fell; 
Leningrad was besieged. A terrible battle ended in the capture of Stalingrad, and the Nazi lines 
reached the Block Sea. Stalin was desperate. He exhorted the people to fight for "Mother Russia" - 
not Communism. He begged for aid from the United States and dissolved the Communist International 
to prove his new friendship. 

America responded with a gigantic Lend-Lease program that continued throughout 
the war. By its end, the United States Government and its citizens had contributed more than eleven 
billion dollars in huge quantities of tanks, trucks, guns, ships, planes and other equipment and sup- 
plies. 

With this vast aid, the battle tide slowly turned. As the Gajmans be§bn to fall 
back, and despite the vast problems of destruction within his own country, StalinT^lreody Wtafe ptatting 
to renew his imperialistic offensive that would bring seven European nations undef^Commuriist control. 



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w# Sy*f!ifeS^ac$er9^ Corporation is a national security and Invesbigotive oaganization 
with operations extending from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawraii. Aowfely aware 
of the threat of CommOpignj it presents this series of articles to its friends and employees as an educa- 
tional service. Cc^ffiteSiif^d^Bfsecured by writing G. Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The 
Wackenhut Corporation, 3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida. 



UNITED STATES GOVEI^jg^ENT 

Memorandum 



Re San Juan letter to Bureau 7/13/62 captioned 

For information of the Bureau, on l/l5/63^Mr. GEORGE R. 



^ACK^HUT.^esi aent Of p. .t>pve captioned c °f °^f ^g»^ 



•-' or. ani.a^ti-on J lTZ An a similar oapacitjr^in Mi*, J^ric3^.(}j 
■ andl ' 1 attorney for the cooperation, c^l^led^n .^ V^ 



•.'me in' my ofrice . Po&-Kto tl(C& 







DIRECTOR, FBI ( 

SAC, SAN JUAN (62-401) 



THKWACKENHUT CORPORATION 
INFORMATION CONCERNING 



date: 1/16/63 
^[ALL Il^ORW.TION aONTAI 
EXCrPT n-ISRE SHOW • /r/j 



OTHERWISE 





Tele. Room 

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Miss Gandy 




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uaoKFHfflr? statedthat the D,urpose of the visit jwas 
k. social onf S™o ScSe- ■acq^aimid with me, and indicated 
thirhfaM h?s two companions were in San f^^^^^ . 
for the purpose of looking over operations of The wacj^enhi^ ^ 
Corporation in Puerto Rico; ' ^ - '^ s «~- -': 

WACKENHUT apparently, attempted to influence me by 
"name dropping the identities of the former Bureau employees 
wSoLe affiliated with the organization at ff^^lZfor^ou 
and he offered this office any cooperation of his corporation 
.desir^ in Puerto Rico. 

T thanked him for hj.s offer of cooperation, furnished 2^ 
him absolutely So1n?ormation regarding the Bureau- s operations 
'ind_kept the visit on a strictly impersonal level. 

^ I had never previously met any of these three 
indKiduals, aSd I will continue to he most circumspect with 
any^i^epresentatives of the above corporation. 

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subject: 




DIRECTOR, FBI 



SAC, TAMPA (43-41) (C) 




date; 



'^Vf'Mr. Sullivan . 

^ \ Mr. Tnvcl 

1 :ur. Trotter 



IMPROPER REFERENCE 
.TO FBI 



EXCEPT v:e^:^.ss®we 

pSEmWISE ■ . ■ ■ 



T€;c. Pvoom — 
JI:s-3 Holmcs.- 
Miss Gandy«- 



. Enclosed for the Bureau are two copies of article 
appearing in Orlando Evening S tar, Orlando, Fla* newspaper, 
12/8/62, captioned "Shoplifters Delight in Stores* Plight'', 



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Mi% SHELDON COOPER, in charge of %ackenhut_ £g^:lr^ 
operations in St. Petersburg, Fla. , personally contacted 
SAC J. F, SANTOIANA, JR., on 1/10/63, and exhibited a note 
received from VIC KEAY, retired Bureau employee, now 
associated with Wackenhut Company, in Miami. KEAY made 
reference to an article appearing in the 12/8/62, of 
Orlando Evening Star , captioned as indicated above. This 
article makes assertion that personnel described in the 
article are "cleared by the FBI". 



obtained. 



with 



On 1/30/63, two copies of above article were 



On 1/31/63. Resident AR-ents a t Orlando , talked 

n residing ! 
[ Orlando, Fla. 



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advised he runs a box ad in the Orlando 

Evening gtar , and as such, is permitted to run an article 
once a month of the nature referred to above. 



[ stated that he furnished pertinent 
information to a writer for the nespaper who prepared the 
article, but did not check with him with the accuracy. 




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1 stated that the reporter misquoted[ 



the article indicated that the 
detective company v/as operated by R^^MSDELLS and EUBANK, 
and he noted that^. EUBANK is a subordinate employee. 

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stated he does not recall making the 
Ij statement in the article "they are individually cleared 
I by the FBI*', etc. . 



stated that he knows better than this, 

having been arf investigator while in service, and having 
been an investigator for the Solicitor's Office, Orlando, 

.Fla. ■ 



stated that he vegvets if any improper 



impression was conveyed to the public as he had no such 
intentions. 



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said that he would be willing to try 
to effect anretraction of the statement, or do anything 
desired by the Bureau in an effort to rectify the matter. 



No further action being taken by this office. 



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OPTtOHAl FORM NO.'IO 
5010-104-01 . • 

UNITED STATES 



ERNMENT 




DIRECTOR, ^^Bl'r^^ 
: LEGrAT, LONDON- j(62r0)^ 



TO 



FROM 



subject: 



THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION ^ 
SAC LET #.62^24V ^/siy'e^CB) 



Referenced SAC. Let ad^^ corporation; had 

attempted to. capitalize^^^ of %ts 

employees and all offices must refrain from any contact 
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came into the\6ffice. He advi^d hej was; 



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with Wacifcenhut Corporation ifi Coral Gables ^ Flc^da ; ; He^ 

Ii^in London, for approxipiately 90 days making' syvsuryey ^ " 
to,;^eterkphe if there is sufficient basis for, oifeenin g a 
^braileh offjjj'ce of^.t corporation in London, 

i^for^^ho ass^rStance and hone was offered to j%nn^*^ 



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Memorandum 



■to' "■,.,:'. Director, FBI 



SAC , Honoljalu (6:2-0 - 20 9 ) 



subject; GEOB.GE R..vWAGKENH.UT;:' . ; ' . 
• ;: THfiPVApKENHUT. CORROMTiON 




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Re SAC Letter .62-2U(B)' dated 4/2«4/62j 
CORPORATION. ■■•■■.::■-.;'./ -'-•/' * 



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if ternopri- of ''57 8//63 -©"feRGE 



m WACKENHUT- 



JPre^e^^Qt, lijfc^WaoXexifiut ■ Corporation, ^ 3280''re^c 
^ ^oiiMvaC/ ^^ Coral Gables , . Florida I accompa-riled' byl 




Wea"^ Wackenhut Corp^i^atIan<^ 



1^30 *=SoirtIi "^Ber^ , :H6#0^J.uiu^ Hawaii, on "Efceir own . 

iifrtr^Ive; appeaBeci^ a^^ the" FSJ and ^ 



requested to;^see the SAC- -. 



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Mr . ^ACKENHUT ident if ied ' himseTT^a^^'SrT^^nMei^^ 



F|fe,whd^is; npw :xDper^tingia:'SeQurity and inyestigative^ 




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firm '^th^'^anches throughput' th^^^^ He ineritiohed 

tS^t ;£iB hac^a number of former Bur^ working for * 

hila^yl^id^s^c mentioned that former/ Assistant Direct ofl 

S5^\j^QlEAeE^^ of Directors .o^^ the cortj^ationj^. 

Jfe- smi i^^ yorme r Special; Agents VIGTO^W^ 
fa/id Si^bt^tei^^l^j^ for him ^-P - :;; : V'^j^^^^*^^^ 

^ r" mCKp mJT .^aid tfeat he/wanted his loc^: rapre^i^ta 
I to mfeet meV and both of th<^ ges^emel^ 
overtux^^s oj" cooperating , in -any way they- co\ila with the. FBI. ; 
[WACKeMut remihisGed: somewhat and .mentioned that a^t'oxilnately 
;2.|0 ye^^^: ago he' had lastfbeeri in Honolulu, at .whi<d^ time h^ 
was attending' the Uhiyersity of Hawaii, which infc^ationf is 
\^^rified by? the report of ,SA WILBERT. J* WEISKIRGH dated 12/29/ 5 C(, 
Hon61Il|u,:Vcaptioned:;'GE0RGE XUSS WACKENHUT,, BUAP, -: SA(E)"." 

*^ACKEKjUI^: mentioned tha he/ pre $e:nt ly has approximately 72 ,=50 
^i^mplQ^ees , 'iind indicated; that they were constantly expandirig. 
v&eirt opera^:iona, *=He said , for example , that- ;they have: ' 

W^vi^M^-p§0^ l^figaand;; *fi^*^Wl^«^^'^^ 

to gb^- forward -wij^i^^d^ pikj^^^&^ mentioned 3^1(61^ 

i:- Bureau CEncv .J^ ./■;-■, .V ||- J j;,,^,)™^^ 

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numerous fine contracts' with large industrial- companies to ' 
handle their security and plant protection work* He also .' 
mentioned' that as a sideline he- has provided the. . uniformed,-"' 
fema^-e'tpur' leader , service which ;is utilized by the "Miami' 
Herald" newspaper to- escort visitors thrpugh /their ;:off ice's •; 




WAeKENHUT furnished the following enclosed 



n Undercover, Scientist," by Dr; JOHN 
^YLER -(a horn- deplume,) Staff Member^ ;. 
lehKut 'Corporationr,;\ ^^ / :. 



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, "The^fWackenhut Case Report" ..dated April 1963;/^ - 

..•\'Y ;\^-'' -^ '\ "■"■■■■ ^]-^:':.r' ^"v:-; ,..^_ :- •-/■^^ ■• "- \ : - 

"Tha^ackenhul: Corporation." - ..'J'^ >i^p /^/?^'£.l^i^/:jt v^^ 

-■-;/■''' ;. :./^^-w..^. .'■':■ ^^, ^:-4^.; ; :::'■■;:■;■;■..;. >:/^.^.. *r>,,^/<w4^.-. 

: .; Jt IS noted vthaf-thiso. latter doc'umenir'contrairn^-t^ 
statement,* "The/- President and .Chairman of ■ the Boa'rd* is Mr,;";./:; 
George- R. . Wackenhut , . a /forjner JfBI Special Agent ^Z who. ia a \/ . '^ 
member bf the Society -of; -Forrrer SF>ecia of the- Federar ; 

Bureau" of 'Investigation, Inc./and';^ - , 

Industrial. Security."' *, v -''.;'"•-. - ' ^; 



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jnad 



e any 



:;•../ ^' = ..Neither. Mr. WACKENHUT.. nor | 

request, and it was apparent /that their vxsit was in the nature - 
pf;.offeri.ng to assist the TBI .^ /Nothing :\n^^^ done tOvencouragfe . ^g 
reiationships with either of these Individuals , and pursua;Tit • -; . :b7c 
to . instructions set .forth in referenced: SAC Letter ," no; cphtact^ 
will ' be. made vwith this /organization .and .absolutely, n6".co;op . 
:will' Be extended to its employees^ r\or will therp^be ^any. - ■• ; 
•participation by their emplpyees .in \any office: functions ♦ 
Furthery purauantto referenced SAC Letter ^ foregoing is set ••; . 
forth'. so that the Bureau will be immediately advised; regarding; 
thi^ :approaeh by Mr.. WACKENHUT and: his" local representativev " 



- 2 - 




Vol. 1, No. 2 April, 1963 



THE BRIDE WHO DIED 

When o 19-year-old bride died suddenly, friends and neighbors in 
her small southern hometoY/n were shocked. The local newspaper called it 
a heart attack and, in a later story, hinted at a previous heart condition. 
The girl had taken out life insurance [ust a few months before death struck, 
and the insurance company questioned the claim on the basis of an undis- 
closed medical history. 

An investigation for the insurance company revealed that the news- 
paper had been in errorabout the earlier heart condition, and it retracted 
the statement in print. The townspeople declared the girl had been healthy, 
and doctors said they were unable to determine the exact cause of death. 
Based on the investigative report, the insurance company decided the claim 
was substantiated, and quickly paid in full. Accurate information helped 
both the company and the grieving family. 



**** it ******* 



THE HIDDEN ROOM 



An undercover investigator working in a small but sensitive defense plant recently 
uncovered an employee plot reminiscent of the exotic tales of Dumas and Boccaccio. 

Parts for spacecraft manufactured at the plant were required on an exacting time 
schedule and the operation had been geared to maximum efficiency. But soon management 
became perplexed by failure of the late night shift to meet production schedules. It con- 
sistently fell behind each of the other shifts. 

Ordinary methods of checking failed to reveal any reason for the difference in vol- 
ume. So the firm's industrial relations consultant suggested an undercover investigation. 
A man skilled in the necessary production techniques was quickly found and assigned to a 
|ob on the dilatory shift. 

Within a few nights the undercover investigator had discovered and documented rea- 
sons. for the slowdown. Each night a feminine visitor was smuggled into an unused office in 
the plant. During the night, numerous workers on the shift took time off to visit the room, 
Manhours lost from the job more than accounted for the poor showing made by the night shift. 

The visitor was escorted from the property and tighter security measures set up to 
prevent her return. Shortly, the plant returned to full capacity and was able to meet its 
various defense deadline requirements. ^^ i y^ 



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W ' "THE LAWLESS LAWMAN" - 

The Police Department in a small western city could not afford the expense of a 
polygraph instrument and its own examiner. Nevertheless, it always sought the highest 
quality personnel available, using other means of checking applicants before giving them 
a gun and badge. 

One young applicant passed all the^e tests with flying colors. His IQ was high; 
he was healthy and strong and the physical examinations revealed no defects; he had an 
honorable discharge from the service, and his credit and personal references were glowing. 

With the favorable results of all these examinations before him, the Police Chief 
believed he had found an exceptional recRjit, and called the young man into his office for 
a final interview. In the course of that talk, something raised a vague doubt in the mind 
of the Chief — a sixth sense developed in quizzing many a suspect in criminal cases. So 
he arranged for the young man to take a special pre-employment polygraph test. 

An hour with the professional polygraph examiner destroyed the applicant's qualifi- 
cations for a police officer. Questioning disclosed he had been a confirmed gambler for 
many years. Quite successful, too. His admitted winnings for the current year were almost 
four times what his policeman's pay would have been. 

The Chief wondered what would have happened if he were on the force and began 
losing four times his salary. But that was o moot question. The Chief's intuition, backed 
up by the polygraph, had saved the taxpayers from employing a lawless lawman. 



*-*********** 



A CRY IN THE NIGHT 



In a large southern city, a smartly uniformed security guard was mak- 
ing his rounds one night at an industrial plant located near a river when he 
heard a shout coming from the dark waters. Running to the pier, he saw a man 
sinking beneath the surface. 

Without hesitation the officer plunged into the murky water and pulled 
the man to shore, where he administered artificial respiration until city police 
arrived. 

In an unsolicited letter, the Chief of Police commended the security 
officer for service "above and beyond the call of duty." ^^'^^ 

■k if ie -k -k ie -k -k -k ie -k -k 

The above cases are true and factual, but have been completely disguised to con- 
ceal the identity of our clients. They have been taken from the files of The Wackenhut 
Corporation, a national investigative and security organization, with operations extending 
from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawaii. Additional copies of this Case 
Report may be obtained by writing G. Ralph Kiel, Director of Public Relations, The Wack- 
enhut Corporation, 3280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida, 



REPRINTED FROM 



Research / DevelopmSIt 



% 



FEBRUARY 1963 



ft 



I Was 



an 



Undercover Scientist" 



By DR. JOHN "A. Z. WYLER/Staff Member/The Wackenhut Corporation 



-jmivT/^T 



• 



"John A. Z. Wyler'' is a nom de 
plume. But the author, as a staff 
member of a national security and 
investigative organization, speaks 
from actual experience. Commercial 
espionage has been increasing so 
rapidly that many firms find it nec- 
essary, for self protection, to resort 
to electronic sweeps to make certain 
that board rooms, R&D and execu- 
tive offices aren't ''bugged''; some- 
times, to employ undercover inves- 
tigators such as Dr. Wyler. 




Ph.Ds can be crooks. They can also be careless, 
ignorant in some cases, vain and dangerous, par- 
ticularly when they are employed in R&D. I know. 
I am a Ph.D. and have been employed in R&D. 
I have also been employed as an undercover 
scientist. 

I am writing under a nom de plume for obvious 
reasons but, even with this protection from my 
outraged fellows, let me hasten to add that I realise 
that the above statements apply to only a tiny 
percentage of our scientists. Nevertheless, the facts 
remain: millions of dollars in company secrets are 
being stolen every year and, in sonie cases, the 
theft of a single secret can result in losses of five 
to ten milion dollars. 

I learned from personal experience what the 
theft of company secrets can mean. Employed in 
the R/D Division of a large northern company 
and comparatively happy both with my work and 
position, I received and accepted an employment 
offer from a mucli smaller electronics firm located 
in the south. Two things influenced me to make 
the change. Living conditions would be niuch 
unproved and more enjoyable for my family and 
myself, and I felt that I would have a greater op- 
portunity to work on a broader scale in the smaller 
laboratory. My new employer had received several 
sizable government contracts and was making ex- 
cellent progress. Its future and my growth posi- 
tion with it seemed assured. Within a year-and-a- 
half the firm was dissolved and went out of business. 

The cause was simple. An engineer from one of 
our most important competitors had been "planted" 
within our organization. He served two functions 
that were disastrous for us. It was impossible to 
pinpoint the occurrence at the time, but he was 



An agent dated the receptionest, 
loaned her money, suggested she 
could double her Income . . . 



"I Was an 



By DR. JOHN A. Z. 



^ 



carefully sabotaging our research efforts. Much of 
this sabotage needed only to be a loss of time with 
minor delays that, over a twelve-month's period, 
mounted up and made it impossible for us to meet 
certain schedules. 

We were working on a development of one 
product that we felt, when perfected, would assure 
us of a multi-million dollar government contract, 
and we were only ten months away from our esti- 
mated completion date. Before we could accom- 
plish our purpose, one of our competitors— for 
whom the engineer in question had previously 
worked— came out with a finished product. The 
loss of this product contract, in combination with 
several other factors, made it necessary for us to 
disband our organization. 

I happened to relate these circumstances to a 
friend who is a member of one of the largest se- 
curity and investigative organizations, and he told 
me that, by coincidence, they were investigating an 
almost identical situation in another firm. He 
pointed out that industrial espionage is now a na- 
tional problem and asked if I might be interested 
in joining their organization to work on some of 
their cases. I was amazed by what I learned. 

Over and beyond systematicaly planned thefts, 
we scientists are innocently and naively responsible 
for the loss of many secrets. The truth of the matter 
is we are not security-minded. 

On the contrary, most of us have a great love 
and respect for knowledge in all fields. We con- 
sider it something precious. We realize that our 
civilization and all progress has been based upon 
research and the sharing of that research with our 
fellow scientists everywhere. There is something 
abhorrent, almost criminal, in the thought of hiding 
knowledge in vaults and dark corners— an attitude 
quite opposite to that of a security director. 

There is also pride involved— pride in the far- 
reaching and far-searching intellect that must be 
free to think and experience and develop. When, 
after years of effort, we reach a solution to a seem- 
ingly unsolvable problem, we are anxious and will- 
ing to announce and share this solution. 



It is true also that, as management sometimes 
points out, we are primarily "business minded." 
The problem solution and its uses which may, for 
example, alleviate suffering, is the paramount cri- 
terion to us. We let management determine its 
value in terms of dollars. 

But without retreating from our position, it has 
become necessary that we attempt to adjust our 
thinking to some realities that we cannot escape. 

What are some of the functions of our nation's 
MD Departments? We are trying to improve the 
quality of existing materials and products, to de- 
velop new uses for them and to develop new ma- 
terials, processes and products. 

This is our work, but notice, if and when we ar^ 
sucessful in accomplishing our objectives, how 
valuable these results become to our own companies 
—and how valuable they would be in the hands of 
competitors. In other words, R6e:D work inherently 
calls for the highest type of security. 

How, then, are commercial secrets stolen? I was 
assigned to one case which involved an obvious 
leakage from the research-development division of 



Undercover Scientist 



WYLER/Staff Member/The Wackenhut Corporation 



99 




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the company. Each time that important progress 
was made on certain projects, a competitive com- 
pany, strangely, made the same discovery. Since 
all members of the technical staff v^ere highly 
trusted employees, many having been with the 
company from five to fifteen years, it seemed in- 
conceivable that one of them would be stealing 
and selling company secrets. 

The investigation was long, difiBcult, and com- 
plicated, because no member of the staff was a 
thief. 

The break in the case came accidentally. I was 
going to lunch with one of the top scientists when 
he asked me to stop by the public relations depart- 
ment with him. He chatted briefly with the public 
relations director and then we went on. 

During lunch, he complained about the diflBcul- 
ties of trying to interpret research development in 
layman's language, so that the director could put 
them in news release form. At the moment I placed 
no significance on the incident. Later, however, it 
came back to me, after several more weeks of in- 
vestigation had proven to my satisfaction that every 
member of the technical staff was completely re- 
liable. 

What had occurred was simply this: The public 
relations director, professing ignorance, was actually 
cross-examining the Research and Development di- 
rector with the excuse that he must understand 
what was being done in order to present it intel- 
ligently. Through his key questions, he was able 
to secure enough information to keep the com- 
petitors up to date on the research developments. 
The investigation revealed that the public relations 
director was receiving four times the amount of 
money from the competitor that he was receiving 
in salary from his own company. 

A complicated espionage case involving a large 
drug company took place recently on two con- 
tinents. The drug company had spent years in per- 
fecting a product that would combat disease. With 
its perfection, the firm was looking forward to gross 
sales in the multi-millions of dollars. When the 
product was introduced abroad, it discovered that 
a foreign company already had the identical prod- 
uct with the identical formula on the market. 

The drug company's attempt to resolve this 
mystery resulted in an investigation that had all 
the aspects of an international spy thriller. After 
many months, it was revealed that an own em- 
ployee had turned over the complete formula to a 
scientific Fagin who, in his role as a professor, was 
using a group of students to raid company research 
secrets. He encouraged students, most of whom 
were completely innocent, to search out company 
developments and use them as the basis for doc- 
torate theses. These gave the professor his leads 



on new developments, which he would then ar- 
range to be stolen and sold at high prices to com- 
peting corporations. In many cases, both the "spies" 
and the purchaser were innocent, with the pur- 
chaser buying the formula in good faith. Through 
these means the product involved in this case was 
stolen and sold abroad. 

Another case on which I worked involved, like 
the public relations director case, a situation where 
all the company scientists and engineers were in- 
nocent of any wrongdoing. It was clear that com- 
pany secrets were leaving the organization, but 
my investigation convinced me that none of the 
staff members was a thief. 

By daily observation and analysis of the depart- 
ment work, I was finally able to point to a potential 
source of loss. Following this lead, we were able 
to discover the method of operation. 

Periodically, usually about once a month, several 
members of the staff would meet with a represen- 
tive of an outside consulting agency for assistance 
in their work. It was this outside consultant who 
was passing on information to competitive firms. 

Many companies, particularly the smaller ones, 
must often rely upon the assistance of various con- 
sulting firms. There is always a potential danger, 
which makes it encumbent upon the R&D staff to 
be able to vouch for the honesty and reliability of 
such organizations. 

A member of such a firm told me that he had 
to exert the utmost care in working for various 
companies— even to mention of key words— in 
order not to give an indication of their respective 
research efforts. Not every consultant, even though 
innocent of any wrongdoing, is so acutely aware 
of the dangers involved, or so conscientious in the 
protection of information. Similar danger could 
result from giving too much technical information 
in enthusiastic presentation of a product to a po- 
tential and knowledgeable customer, who may or 
may not be sincere in his apparent interest. Com- 
panies working jointly for the first time on a new 
project will do well to establish each others' good 
faith before revealing too many of their secrets. 

Penetration of security takes many forms. One 
dishonest company assigned an agent to contact 
the switchboard operator of its competitor. He 
made the acquaintance of the operator, dated her, 
loaned her money and at the appropriate time sug- 
gested that she could double her weekly income 
by passing on "harmless' pieces of information 
which she picked up through the switchboard 
operation. 

Once she had become involved, it became in- 
creasingly difiBcult to turn back— and, finally, im- 
possible. It is, of course, not necessary that the 
switchboard operator be a scientist to be of value. 



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The information she passes on can be analyzed tc> 
advantage by competitive scientists. Such bits of 
information as the business itinerary of leading 
members of the organization can provide the clues 
to company mergers, expansions, establishment of 
new branches and sales efforts, all of which com- 
bined can point to the company's plans and efforts. 

Another case handled by The Wackenhut Cor- 
poration involved a similar case of subversion, A 
geologist in the oil industry, which recently has 
been particularly subject to espionage, was culti- 
vated by a competitive organization. The com- 
petitor, through investigation of the background 
of the geologist which his employer unfortunatel)' 
had neglected, discovered that the man was a ho- 
mosexual. The geologist was carefully cultivated 
over many months and, when at last compromising 
photographs were secured, the geologist was in an 
inescapable position for devastating blackmail. 
From that time on until his exposure by our in- 
vestigator he stole, photographed and revealed 
plans of his company upon demand. 

Outside of the direct thefts deliberately perpe- 
trated by company employees, many secrets are 
"given away" during perfectly normal activities. 
Business luncheons, scientific meetings and con- 
ventions and social affairs are all vulnerable loca- 
tions, our firm has found in its investigations of 
industrial espionage. At such affairs there is a 
natural and strong compulsion to exchange infor- 
mation in fields of mutual interest. In our enthusi- 
asms we may, perhaps, say one word too many. As 
we all know, a word or phrase may lead— into an 
entire new field of speculation, which had not oc- 
curred to us before— and which may reveal the solu- 
tion to a problem on which we are working. 

Such social and business affairs also provide the 
basis for acquaintance which is gradually devel- 
oped into friendship by espionage agents. A de- 
termined agent for a competitor is a patient worker, 
willing to devote many months to contacts that may 
eventually provide him with the information he 
seeks. Mutual entertainment and exchanging of 
gifts can lead to a close friendship, which finally 
may be used for other than friendly purposes. 

The publication or presentation of scientific 
papers at technical meetings can inadvertently re- 
veal information eagerly sought by others. 

What would it mean to oscillography and indus- 
try if you could photograph a scintillation pulse 
with a duration of ten nanoseconds? This is an 
important development and, of course, Polariod 
Land has done it with its new 10,000-speed film. 
How do you produce a tape that sticks to every- 
thing but not to itself? Minnesota Mining and 
Manufacturing Company solved this difficult re- 
search problem with scotch tape. Estimate the 



value of both of these secrets and the losses that 
would have been involved if they had been stolen 
before the companies had gone into production. 
We scientists hold valuable and vital secrets. 

None of this is to imply that we are continually 
surrounded by spies, or to suggest that we suddenly 
change our procedures. In the first place, I doubt 
if this would be possible. 

But this is an attempt to alert the science-engi- 
neering comunity to facts that do exist, and to point 
out that we may at times behave in a manner that 
could correctly bring protest from a security di- 
rector. We must recognize that we are or can be 
vulnerable to espionage attempts from without and 
within. My own investigations and experiences con- 
tinually confirm this, I do not think it is any in- 
fringement upon our personal freedom or any re- 
flection upon each other if we are asked to become 
more aware of security dangers. The thefts that 
occur are proof of the presence of the enemy. 

In my own case, both sabotage and espionage 
forced my company out of business and cost me my 
position. In the drug company case and that of the 
geologist, members of the R&D staff were responsi- 
ble for the disbursement of company secrets. The 
case of the public relations director, the switch- 
board operator, and the technical consultant, 
demonstrate outside penetration of the technical 
department without the knowledge or collusion of 
its department's staff. And an R/D staff can be in- 
nocent but culpable in the careless revelation of 
information through conversation and technical 
writings. 

These are just a few of the many methods that 
may be used to break security and reveal proprie- 
tary secrets. We might well learn to think in terms 
of security. There are the matters of overall physi- 
cal security of the plant, involving the necessary 
preventive measures to control breaking and enter- 
ing; document control through vault or safe reposi- 
tories with proper charge-in and charge-out prac- 
tices; proper security in telephonic conversation; 
prevention of intrusion into laboratories, board 
rooms, and offices through the use of electronic 
sweeps; thorough investigation of all personnel be- 
fore employment, not later, and— most important 
in many cases— a security attitude of mind that will 
certainly be reflected in personal behavior and 
discipline. 

Look around your own company i and your own 
department in these terms. The chances are that 
you may see one or more cases of weak security 
of which you were not previously aware. 

It is worth remembering that scientists will con- 
tinue to be top priority targets for spies. But the 
same abilities that make them technically com- 
petent can successfully defend their security. ■ 



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company's basic concept has been built upon one word: 



■ "Quality," Tliat standard is applied to all of the many services 
which it brings to private business throughout the United States 
and Puerto Rico: In'the security field it has produced the type 
of uniformed guard found in a crack military unit. In the 
investigative field it has made available high quality investi- 
gations skillfully handled, at the professional level. 



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Millions' of dollars are being lost daily by business 
and industry, through' thefts. of all types. 
The Wackenhut Corporation' is assisting management 
to minimizevthese losses through the employment of 
appropriate security and investigative techniques. 

The Wackenhut services are tailored to individual requirements 
and are integrated with the plains and policies of management. 
They may range from an investigation, a safety survey or 
single guard, to a protection force of hundreds of men. 

Expert guidance, advice.'and experienced personnel are 
quickly available through the services of The Wackenhut 
Corporation, Their complete-facilities and executive staff, 
comprising one of the finest groups' of. professional consultants 
in the nation, and the fact-finding techniques of their various 
divisions, stand ready to provide management .with all the 
inforrpation necessary to make sound executive decisions. 

The Wackenhut Corporation is divided into several operating 
divisions, each with a specific function. These include: 
Investigative, Scientific Services, Internal Intelligence, Central 
Clearing, Retail Store Protection, Training Services, Industrial 
Security, Fire and Safety, and GuardTorces, 

The President and Chairman of the Board is Mr. George R. 
Wackenhut, a former FBI Special Agent, who is a member of the 
Society of Former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, Inc. and the American Society for 
Industrial Security. 



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\JNITED STATES G^fcRNMENT 

Memoramum 

TO : Director, FBI (62-107335) 

FROM yn A SAC, Miami (66-2^*66) 

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Informatiqn has been received to the effect the 
foil-owing 'retired 'FBI employees, who have been working fo^~ 
the above-captioned corporation, have been dismissed within 
the past two v^eeks: 

SAMUEL K. McKEE: 



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VICTOR P. KEAY; 

RAY J. ABBATICCHIO, Jr. 



. Separation reportedly is caused by lack of 
production involving new business. 

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Ilemp^loyees were dismissed, the identities of whom are not know^ 
• as yet. 

The following retired FBI employee reportedly now M^ 
works on an hourly basis for the above-captioned corporation: 

LAWRENCE A. BOULIGNY, Jr. 

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date: October 29, 1963 



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subject: 




SAC, Miami (66-2466) 



THE^WACKENHUT CORPORATION 



■ ' Mi INFORMATION CONTAINED 

...-HEREIN IS UMMSSIFIBD 

•Eioyj?^ r.'ni::^3 shows. 

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ReBuairtel 4/17/62 and mylet 7/10/63. 

Information has been received that VICTOR P. KEAY 
is presently working part time for the Wackenhut 
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UNITED STATES GOmn 

Memoram\ 



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Director, FBI 




FROM : y^/sAG, Miami (66-2466) 
subject: THE^ACKENHUT CORPORATION 



date: 10/31/6 a 



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Invest festive Agency, Inc 



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adjrised S^AMUEL K, McKEE, retired FBI employee, is now working 
pa^t timei for the Wackenhut Corporation. 



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«"* ""^ On the same date,| |also advised that the 

Pilkerton Law of 1893 (USCA Title 5, Section 53, Chapter 208,27; 
Statute 591) states: 

"No employee of the Pinkerton Detective 
Agency, or similar agency, shall be employed in 
any Government service, or by any officer of the 
District of Columbia." 




According to 



"the phrase in the statute, "or 



similar agency," would apply to a private investigative agenc 
such' as the Wackenhut Corporation. 



advised that since the Wackenhut Corporation^ 
has^the current NASA contract in Cleveland, Ohio, and other - v;^ 




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contracts with Government agencies, the firm is violating the ^ 
Pinkerton Law of 1893. 3^4 11 

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fwho also has a prlvatej investigative' •agency, have drawn 

up thfe enclosed complaints against the Wackenhut Corporation 

and are sending them to U. is,. Senator SPESSARD HOLLAND of Florida 

on or ..shortly aft^ J^tober 31, 1963-r 



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- "No employee of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, 
or similar agency, shall be employed in any 
Government service, or by any officer of the 
District of Columbia." 



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The present NASA contract in Cleveland, Ohio is held by 
Wachenhut Services, Inc. This is a wholly-owned captive 
corporation of Wachenhut Corporation, Inc. having the same 
directors of Mr. and Mrs. George Wachenhut and their office 
manager . 

The payroll for the employees of Wachenhut Services is 
drawn up and distributed by the Vice President of Wachenhut 
Corporation, Marshall Bell, and the existence of Wachenhut 
Services as a part of Wachenhut Corporation Is a violation of 
the Pinker ton Law. 

A great many other contracts with government agencies 
including the NASA Titan project in Denver, Colorado, and the 
General Services Administration building guard contracts in 
San Juan, Puerto Rico are also held in this corporate entity. 

The negotiations between Wachenhut Corporation and the 
government are conducted by Robert Kirk, a Wachenhut employee, 
whose resignation was accepted by the Guided Missile Range 
Division of Pan American Airways, because of his Inability to 
agree with, or work in harmony with the 



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The re-negotiation of the Martin - Marietta Missile 
contracts by the government reveals that Wachenhut Corporation 
exceeded by 100^ the allowed profit under the sectirity contract 
held by that agency. 



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There are a great many other "peculiarities" of the 
Wachenhut Corporation, such as the charging off of imlforms to 
government contracts in the first year of operation and the 
subsequent sale of such uniforms by Wachenhut Corporation to 
Wachenhut Services for 75% of the written-off value, that can 
be additionally verified by 



^ho, until this 



past week, was 
poration. 



of the Wachenhut Cor- 



It would be my recommendation that this information 
should be supplied NASA so that they may more specifically 
scrutinize the Wachenhut set-up before allowing our Missile 
Program and its security functions delegated to this group. 



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OFFICE OF DIRECTOR 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITjED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



R. TOLSON 

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MR. CALLAHAN 



November 14, 1963 



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The attached publication was sent to 
the Director by thg ^ackenhut Coroorar^ R! 
tign.., 328Q.Poriifefe,.de Leon Boulevard. 
Coral Gables, JFIorldaT" *~ 



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COMMUNISM oHTYOD. ^ 

"The problem is how to impose coexistence 
on on unwilling and desperate imperialism. " 

- Marxist Leninist Quarterly, August, 1963 



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KHRUSHCHEV^S COLD WAR-IV 

Two important events took place in November 1960. In Moscow NIkita Khrushchev held 
his own world summit conference of 81 Communist Parties, following the Paris summit fiasco. In the 
United States a new president, John F, Kennedy, was elected. 

The events illustrated the two faces of Khrushchev. He turned a friendly face of welcome 
to President Kennedy, sent him a cordial message of congratulations, and called for a return of the 
Soviet-American friendship that had existed during Roosevelt's Administration. 

At about the same time, he was busily at work on the new Communist manifesto which was 
issued by the 81 Communist Parties and on his own Important and significant speech delivered January 
6, 1961, before party organizations of the Soviet Central Committee. Both revealed Communism's im- 
placable and continuing determination to bring about the surrender of the Free World. 

The manifesto bitterly attacked the United States, charging that "U. S. imperialism is the 
main force of aggression and war," that "West German imperialism" threatened the peace of Europe, 
~an~d th"at~the~West€rfraltiancBs~of'NAT"07"CENTO and"SEAi^-endangered-the-security-of~tlTe"world. -^^ — -^ 
It accused the United States of attempting to "create new seats of war" and added: "But should the im- 
perialist maniacs start war, the peoples will sweep capitalism out of existence and bury it. " 

The manifesto also pointed out that "Peaceful coexistence of countries with different social 
systems does not mean conciliation of the socialist and bourgeois ideologies. On the contrary, it implies 
intensification of the struggle of the working class, of all Communist parties, for the triumph of social- 
ist ideas. " 

Together, the manifesto and Khrushchev's speech frankly proclaimed Communism's strategy 
and objectives and its complete confidence in ultimate victory. Khrushchev sees the turning point oc- 
curring benveen 1965 and 1970 when he expects the Soviet Union to out-produce the United States. To 
win time \n the contest is now the main thing, he said. This time will be used to increase Communism's 
economic, political and military might. Therefore, nuclear war must be avoided for the time being. On 
the other hand, Khrushchev foresees armed struggle as inevitable in carrying out "sacred" wars of libera- 

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I The Communist strategy according to Khrushchev's speeches to intensify the struggles 

I and uprisings throughout the world, particularly in Latin America, and to weaken and paralyze the 
I economic, political and military forces of the Free World. These objectives will be accomplished by 
dividing and destroying Free World alliances over such issues as Berlin; by infiltration; by threats and 
nuclear blackmail; by Pavlovian conditioning and diplomatic negotiations, and by massive propaganda 
based on "peaceful coexistence" and nuclear disamnament. If all these methods fail - and when the 
\^ Soviet Union has achieved military superiority - the Communists will bring the United States to its 
knees by the threat of or the actual unleashing of nuclear war. 

Just weeks after Khrushchev's blueprint-for-victory speech, the Soviet Union orbited the 
world's heaviest satellite and then on February 12, 1961 , scored another impressive triumph in space 
by launching a rocket from a satellite circling the earth. The rocket was not aimed at the United 
States but at Venus. 

In full confidence that Americans cannot read, or have been totally brainwashed, or would 
never see or believe his own speech of January 6, Nikita Khrushchev presented himself as the savior of 
world peace. Replying February 15 to President Kennedy's message of congratulations on the Soviet 
rocket-launching satellite, Khrushchev fervently urged agreement between the United States and Russia 
on a disarmament pact that "would be a great |Oy for all people on earth, and a great boon for the 
whole of mankind. " 

From the day of Kennedy's election, Khrushchev put on ever increasing diplomatic pressure 
for a personal meeting between himself and the new President. Word went out in Washington and Mos- 
cow that such a meeting was of great importance and could not come too soon. Press reports warned 
that the United States and the Soviet Union must normalize relations before the spread of nuclear wea- 
pons got out of hand. It was pointed out that the fSNO leaders, face-to-face, might accomplish more 
in hours than diplomats could in years. Even a note of pathos was introduced: Khrushchev was getting 
old; he might be ousted from power and his successor might prove to be more difficult than himself and 
what would the United States do then? 






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^ Why was this great pressure exerted for a meeting with the President? Observers agreed 

that Khrushchev obviously felt it was of paramount importance that he have an opportunity to judge 
Kennedy, the man, for himself. 

What were Kennedy's policies; with what strength of character would he enforce them; 
how did they differ from those of President Eisenhower; how did those policies affect Communist objec- 
tives; how did Kennedy think and operate; could he be bluffed easily or flattered and led; when he 
spoke would he back his words with actions and deeds? 

All these things Nikita Khrushchev wanted to learn first hand so that he could make plans 
for his own actions and deeds during the period of the Kennedy Administration which lay ahead. Presi- 
dent Kennedy, at first warily but politely, held Khrushchev off. Then, finally, he agreed to meet 
Khrushchev in June 1961 in Vienna. 



The Wackenhut Corporation is a national investigative and security organization with oper- 
ations extending from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawaii. Acutely aware of the threat 
of Communism, it presents this series of articles to its friends and employees as an educational service. 
For additional copies contact: 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATON. 3280 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD, 
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA. TELEPHONE: HIGHLAND 5-1481. 



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Tour letter of June 22nd has been received. 

With respect to your request, the great demand 
for our FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, together with this 
Bureau's budgetary limitations, has necessitated a policy of 
restricting its distribution; therefore, it will not be possible 
to accede to your wish. 



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Cooperation: The Backbone of Effective Law Enforcement 

Science Fights Crime 

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denied in view of his employ|^|mt as a security guard with th ^Wackenhut 
r C orppr^t ion, SAC Letter #B2? 24* advised that this corporation had 
attem^pted on the former FBI affiliation of its employees and 

instructed all offices to refrain from any coii^ct with it. (62-107335) 




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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI 

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Dear Sir : 

While reading the chapter, on the. Federal Bureau of Investigation in 
Miriam Ottenberg*s book, " Federal Investigators ", I noticed a para- 
graph describing your " Law Enforcement Bulletin 8 As an Air Force 
Policeman and private security guard with the Wackenhut Corporation in 
Omaha, I was wondering if the " Bulletin " could be sent to an individual 
such as myself or would it be primarily for a Police Organization* I am 
very interested in Law Enforcement work and plan to join the County Sheriffs 
in Columbus, Ohio when I*m discharged, and wotild like to cover all aspects 
of Police work. Your bulletin sounds like it would be very informing and 
beneficial as I'm trying to obtain all types of On-the-job- training for 
iry chosen career. 

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Vol. 4, No. 8 August, 1964 



COMMUNISM and YOU ! 

"The revolution is really like a melon: 
green outside, red iriside." 

- Cubdri Mon-in-the- Street 




CUBA - V 

With the armed forces in Cuba under his control, the seizures of land moving , forward 
under the guise of agrarian reform, and the wrecking of private business proceeding as. planned, Fidel 
Castro now turned his attention to the capture of labor by the Communists. ' » - • 

The control of labor was important. Through its use, Castro would be able to wreck pri- 
vate businesses by fomenting strikes and demanding that a company hire more employees at-higher wages 
than it could afford, with resulting bankruptcy. Communist employees also would aid himflh the take- 
over of the press, radio and television stations. 

At first, the odds were overwlielmingliy against him. In the spring of 1959, the 33 federa- 
tions of the Cuban Confederation of Labor, the CTG, elected their delegates to the up^-coming November 
convention. Twenty-eight of the unions voted for anti-Communist delegations; two were divided and only 
three voted Communist. 

By the time the convention opened on November 18, the Cuban people no longer were 
completely blind to the advance of Communism. They had seen Ma|or Diaz Lanz defect to the United 

States—President^bVrutta^enotjn^ed-and-deposed^r-Mafor-Hubert-Matos imprisoned-in^ - 

CamilfO Cienfuego conveniently and mysteriously diisappear. When Castro declared that the revolution 
was not red but olive-green, the man-in-the-street ironically replied, "It is really like a melon. Green 
outside, but red inside," and Castro's Communists were nicknamed "Melones. " 

At the CTC Convention only 150 delegates out of 3000 were Communists, but their actions 
were reminiscent of the armed Bolsheviks who captured the nationally elected delegates who were to set 
up the new Russian government in 1918. In Cuba pro-Communist militiamen patrolled the aisles of the 
convention hall while Communist delegates on the floor maneuvered themselves into key committee po- 
sitions. 

But the Cubans were not easily overwhelmed. Delegates brought watermelons to the audi- 
torium, holding them high and challenging the Communists with shouts of "Melonesf" Fighting broke out 
and turned into a riot. In the midst of the confusion, Castro made a dramatic appearance and a two- 
hour appeal for unity. He prevailed upon the labor leaders and delegates to vote on a single slate sug- 
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Security Review awards: George Washington Honor Medal. Freedoms Px>undation at Valley 
Forge. 1962: Vigilant Patriot Award. AiJ_,AMiERic^ ]3i)]KfiFERENCE to Combat Communism. 1963, 



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After the election, iytt|is discovered that many of those el^^ed were Communists. Those — 
who were not were immediately sH^cted to a smear and slander campc|^ on the radio and in the^ 
press. One by one, they were brought up on charges before a special assembly of the Labor Confedera- 
tion and found guilty by a stacked vote. Within four months, 22 of the 28 anti-Communist leaders had 
been removed and before the end of 1960, David Salvador, the CTC head, was in a prison dungeon. So 
labor fell to the Communists. 

At the same time in typical Communist fashion, Castro had unleashed a full scale attack on 
the Cuban free press. To control the people, he knew that it was imperative to control the press. Sig- 
nificantly, on the day Castro came to power, January 1, 1959, the Communist newspaper, HOY, appear- 
ed for the first time since 1953. HOY and REVOLUTION became the leaders of the Communist press and 
led the attack on the independent newspapers. Castro struck at their two vital arteries: news and adver- 
tising. Only Communist reporters were permitted to attend meetings and cover governmental depart- 
ments, which were daily issuing the rules and regulations that vitally affected the lives of the people, 
who thus were forced to read the Communist press. Circulation was strangled by wrecking and burning 
the trucks which delivered the newspapers. 

Revenue was shut off by threatening private advertisers, and all government advertising was 
reserved saiely for the favored papers. As with the labor leaders, slander campaigns were conducted 
against the pubUghers, editors and their staffs. Their movements and houses were placed under surveil- 
lancet/5 PloanedSiots were staged at newspaper offices. Finally, those papers that still struggled feebly 
were^ken^ve^^Ttrce. The printers' union took over A VANCE and armed militiamen and Communist 
. empld^es<3^izeaLlfiffNSA LIBRE. The free press,was dead by the end of 1960. 

X ^y yify of 1961, Castro had Radio Havana, the most powerful station in Latin America, in 
operation t^>ropagandize the Cubans and the citizens of Central and South America. Television had 
succumbed To his multi-hour harangues. 

The Communist attack on education and school children was pure evil. Student councils 
were established to teach "correct" Communist attitudes. Children through teenagers were organized 
by the Communist Party into youth groups that provided the activity and excitement of military drills, 
songs and parades, while their minds were fed with lectures and movies idealizing Communism and in- 
stilling hate for the United States and the Free World, 

Any American who listened to Radio Havana will not forget the sound of children's feet 
-march ing-in-a rally at the-Rlaza Civica, orihe sound of childish voices screaming, "Cuba, si f Yankees, 
nol /* followed by their idolatrous chant of, "Fidel!' Fidel! Fidel!," for the man who was wrecking 
their country and their lives. These were the children who were corrupted intp spying and reporting on 
their friends, their teachers and their families, and the teenagers who were taught promiscuity and im- 
morality in the training camps during "The Year of Education" in 1961 , when youthful pregnancies, 
abortions and venereal disease rose throughout the island. 

By the end of the year Cuba's educational system had been captured by the Communists and 
with it the minds of thousands of children who - unless there is a change - will view the world the rest 
of their lives through red-rimmed Communist eyes. 



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The Wackenhut Corporation is a national investigative and security organization with oper- 
ations extending from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawaii, Acutely aware of the threat 
of Communism, it presents this series of articles to its friends and employees as an educational service. 
For additional copies, contact: ; 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATON. 3280 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD, 
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA. TELEPHONE: HIGHLAND 5-1481. 



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Mr. DeLoach 



i KOM : M. A. -Joiles 

suBiECT: "THE GRAPEVINE" 
JULY, 1964, ISSUE 



DATi- 8-21-64 





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The July, 1964, issue of ''The Grapevine/' official puMi*feafion of the 
L^ociety of Former Special Agentg t)f the FBI, has several items of possible interest 

toT[ieT3iriectoi\ " a 

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FRONT COVER PAGE : Photograph of ''Skyscrjtpers of New York*' 
with the announcement that the 1964 convention of the Society^o be held in New York 
City on October 1, 2, and 3, 1964. 

PAGE 4: Robert L. (Bob) Floyd, EOD with the Bureau in July, 1939, 
as a clerical employee, then became a Special Agent in September, 1941, and 
served in Chicago, Washington Field, Miami, Jackson and Norfolk Offices, then 
resigned to return to Miami to practice lawc Bob Floyd became interested in 
politics, was elected Mayor of the City of Miami at the age of 29 and became the 
youngest mayor in that city's history. In 1954, he was elected Circuit Judge and 
was re-elected in 1960. Since that time, he has resigned the judgeship to return 
to the private practice of law and mentioned last week at the conclusion of a tour of the 
Bureau that he could not support four children on the salary of a Circuit Judge and 
two of his children are just about ready to enter college. He is running for B3 
President of the Society this time and opposing him is D. C. Foley, Jr. , who worked 
for the Bureau from March, 1942, to October, 1945. Former Agents competing for 
the other positions are pictured on pages 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. 

PAGE 12: Federal Judge Thoma s F. Murphy of New York City has 







luncheon, at the Society's ^ 



accepted an invitation to be the guest speaker a1 

annual convention in New York City on Saturday, October 3, 1964, which will be held 
during the time of the Society's convention. He was formerly an Assistant United 
States -Attorney in the Southern District of New York and worked^ clQS 
former Agehts of the Bureau. 



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PAGE 14: Photograph of Director accepting plaque. jEi^pna, Society;; 
member Ralph G. Murdy, Managing Director of the Baltimore2(^^^ 
Commission, h onoring the Director' s 4 0th Anniversary T Also shown in the picture 






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RE: 'THE GRAPEVINE" 



PAGE 20: Three former SACs are pictured as having attended a 
Long Island Chapter meeting. They are: Art Rutzen, Jim Kelly and John Madigan. 

PAGE 24: James W. Shepard of Dallas, Texas, Special Agent and 
supervisor for the FBI from 1941 to 1952, was named President and member of the 
Executive Committee of the Consumer Credit Insurance Association at its annual 
convention held in Chicago. 



PAGE 25: Phot ograph of 



and an announcement that 



national professional investigative firm with principal j^g 
offices in Detroit and Chicago, announces the establishment of a Los Angeles office b7c 
at 612 South Flower Street. 



PAGE 26: Dr. Richard E. Nilsen, one of the few physicians in the 
soon will open his office for the practice of medicine at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

After 



Society, 

Dr. Nilsen served in the Bureau as a Special Agent from 1954 to 1956. 

resigning from the FBI, he entered the University of Utah College of Medicine and 

received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1963. 



PAGE 38: A $1 million contract has been awarded to thi 
national investigative and security organization of Coral 




ackenhut 
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Florida,, to provide security and fire protection for the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration at th^. Merritt Island Launch Area, Cape Kennedy, Florida. 
Society member George R.Ywackenhut is president of the security firm. 

BACK COVER PAGE: Photograph and data concerning George D. 
King, member of the Birmingham Chapter of the Society, who has moved to 
Pittsburgh to take up new duties as Director of Personnel, Sheet and Tin Operations, 
U. S. Steel. 



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Mohr 

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Mr. George R/Wadceabut 

3280 Poace de Leoa S^tofewE 
Coral Gables, Florida 



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Bear Mr^^aekenhot: 

, ' Mr. Hoover r€»ceived yoor letter of October 9tii 

aad asised me to tttaoic you for Vi)tir e^ressioB d avt0drt m ^ 



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copies of articles by lerry O'Leary and J(^ CbamberlalS^ % w^ 
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OCTIG 1964 

COMM-FBi. 



Macereiy yours, 



Helen W. Gaatiir 
t^cretary 



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NOTE: All offices were instructed by.SAC Letter 62-24 (B) dated 4-24-62^ \ 
to refrain from any contact with this brgahizaiiOn and lo extend absolutely no 
cooperation. By Mr. Jones to Mr. DeLoach memorandum of 4-16-62 it warn , 
recommended and approved tldat all former FBI employees currently known || 
i'^ t^ b^"%?|5(]eciated with the Wackenhut Corpbratioh be i^MOved from Bureau > 
mailing list. Wackenhut was a Special Agent from 2-12-51 till he voluntarily 



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resigaed §*21«'S4. Although his services were satisfoctory, ial^rma^oii 
has heen reported to the Bureau by our Miami Office indicating that 
Waekeohttt and his wite are allegedly respcmsible for Unmoral eonduct, 
each reportedly having had affidrs. FUes reflect Wacis»Bhut has eea- 
tinually attempted to obtain favors^ information and the services of our 
li^asuQii Office but KdthcHit success. 



Enclosures (2) 

Jerry 0*Leary*s Column, The Evening Star, 10*2-64 

John Chamberlain* 8 Column, The Washington Post, 10^ 



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EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

32SO PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD 

CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 



October 9, 1964 



HIGHLAND B-l-i 



Mr. Tols^ 
Mr. Beln 



Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

9th and Pennsylvania Avenue 

Washington, D. C 

Dear Mr, Hoover: 



Mr. "Mi^ 

Mr. De 

Mr. Ca^ 

Mr. Callahan 

Mr. Conrad - 

Mr. Evans- 
•. Gale.- 
X. Rose 

Mr, SuiU^^ 

Mr. TaveT^ 

Mr. Trotter 

Tele. Room 

Miss Holmes 

Miss Gandy ■ 



After reading the Warren Report concerning the Oswald case, 
1 wanted to advise you that 1 feel that it completely misses the point when 
it by "hindsight" says that the FBI failed to fulfill its reponsibilities in the 
field of preventive intelligence. It would seem to me that the Commission 
was straining to make this point because the impractical ity of what they seem 
to have in mind in dissemination of subversive type information to other govern- 
mental agencies should be evident to anyone who gives the matter any thought. 

I am certain that the Leftists will try to use statements which could 
be considered critical of the FBI, to your detriment and to the detriment of the' 
reputation of the Bureau, in spite of the fact that in the past they have been 
extremely critical of dissemination of subversive type information by the Bureau.^ 
I want to assure you that myself and all of the former Special Agents of the ;^^ 
Bureau in this company will take every opportunity to set straight persons who 'o 
may suffer from a misconception based on the Warren Report, although I am ,,^ 
certain that the American people will hot be duped and that they will continue 
to recognize the magnificent work done by you. «^ 




Very truly yours. 



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Assign Reassign 

Bring file 
Call me 
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Deodline 

Deadline passed 

Delinquent 

Discontinue 

Expedite 

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For information 

Initial & return 

Leads need attention 

Return with explanation 



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Prepore lead cards 

Prepare tickler 
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Return file 

Return serials 

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or notation as to action taken. 



The director may personally be Interested 
in this in view of the personalities involved. 



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Mr. George R. Wackenhut, JPresident 
The Wackenhut Corporation 
3280 Ponce De Leon Boulevajrd 
Coral Gabies, Fiorlda 



' 'JffiL IFFORMATION CONTAIMO 
HE^TK Ts ITCMSSIFIED 

Exc'"-''^r""';'.s SHOWN, > 



Dear Mr. Wackenhut: 

Ycmr letter ci Novesmber 27th was received 
during Mr. Hoover's absence from the city; however, you 
may be sure it will be brought to his attention upon his 
return. 



support. 



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Tavel 

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Holmes 

Gandy 




Sincerely yours, 



Helen W. Gandy 
Secretary 




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NOTE: All offices have been instructed to refrain from any contact with 

this organization. Wackenhut entered on duty 2-12-51 and resigned 5-21-54. 

Since then information has been reported indicating that he and his wfie have 

each been having affairs with others. " .* 



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Direcfor 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Ninth & Pennsylvania 

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II thought I should advise you that on November 25 last I was invited by Hendrick Burns 
a commentator on radio station WMBM in Miami, to take part in a panel discussion over that 
station on Sunday, November 28. The panel is to discuss your remarks on Martin Luther King. 
I advised that due to a previous commitment 1 must decline his invitation. He did not mention 
other persons who would appear on the program. 

I am advised that Station WMBM is a negro-oriented station. Hendrick Burns is a 
former newspaperman who has worked in receint years for the Miami Herald, the Miami News 
and the Baltimore Sun. He has been conducting his "Open Mike" programs for some time for 
Station WMBM and is known as a "liberal" commentator. While I would like nothing better 
than to support your remarks regarding Martin Luther King, since I am in complete agreement 
with them, I felt that due to the above information this program would likely be slanted and 
Ll might thereby do a disservice to you and the Bureau by my appearance on this program. 

I most certainly, however, will take advantage of every opportunity to register my 
complete agreement with your remarks. 1 am happy that you as a great American have taken 
steps to set this matter straight, and I feel you have the overwhelming support of the majority 
of the American people. 

Sincerely yours, 
REC~ 39 ^ George R^NA^ackenhut 





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DATE: 12-10-64 



FROM 



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SUBJECT: GEORGE R. WACKENHUT 
PRESroENT 

TH#WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 



■ 31LL IITFOBMATIOH COHTAINED 
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Captioned individual, a :[ormer Special Agent, wrote on 12-5-64 to 
Mr. Hoover and expressed resentment about the unfair attacks being made against 
Mr. Hoover and the FBI and enclosed copies of his letters to notable people 
throughout the country alerting the recipient to the absolute necessity for the safety 
of this country in retaining Mr. Hoover as Director. Also enclosed was a copy of 
a memorandum prepared for the employees of his Corporation which : reiterated his 
strong support based upon his personal experience and the experiences of other former 
Agents in this Corporation. Wackenhut said he intended to express similar view^ 
to::. V :^ ■;. the President, Congressmen and Senators. 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION - BACKGROUND 




All offices were instructed by SAC Letter 62-24 (B) dated 4-24-|yz to 
refrain from any contact with this organization and to extend absolutely no cooperation. 
By Mr. Jones to Mr. De Loach memorandum of 4-16-62 it was recommended and 
approved that all former FBI employees currently known to be associated with the 
Wackenhut Corporation be removed from Bureau mailing list. ^Wackenhut was a 
Special Agent from 2-12-51 till he voluntarily resigned 5-21-54. Although his 
services were satisfactory, information had been reported to the Bureau by our 
Miami Office indicating that Wackenhut and his wife are allegedly responsible for 
immoral conduct, each reportedly having had affairs. Files reflect Wackenhut had 
attempted to obtain favors, information and the services of our Miami Office but 
without success. 

Since that time, Wackenhut and other former Agents in his 
Corporation have repeatedly come to the Bureau's defense when attacks have been 
made such as Cook's book, Jack Levine and more recently the Warren Commission 
report. In-absence replies were directed to Wackenhut. Former Inspector Victor P. 



Enclosure^.'iie-c.vJC /^^/a-^d^ 
1 - Mr. De Loach - Enclosure 
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Re: GEORGE R. WACKENHUT 



Keay (EOD 6-25-34, retired 8-31-56) was removed from the Special Correspondents* 
List on 3-14-62 because of his association with The Wackenhut Corporation and was 
replaced on the list on 11-7-62 per memorandum. 

OBSERVATIONS: 



Wackenhut is displaying considerable amount of respect and support 
of the Director and the FBI and his proposal to distribute his views to the individuals 
he mentioned is indeed encouraging. While it may hot be to the Bureau's best interest 
to place him on the Special Correspondents' List, perhaps the SAC at Miami could 
furnish current observations as to our relations with Wackenhut and his Corporation. 



RECOMMENDATIONS: 



to Wackenhut. 



(1) That the attached letter over the Director's signature be directed 



(2) That instructions be sent out in the copy to the Miami Office for 
the SAC to re -evaluate the situation concerning The Wackenhut Corporation and to 
submit his comments and recommendations as to our relations with this group. 




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I I Chicago 

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all sources, \ _ \ paraphrase contents, 






I — ) Enclosed are corrected pages from report of SA . '— 

dated 

Remark.: Bb my letter to caj^ioned indivi^al 12^10-64 
wo4 the tii3tx>uetioa6 for yon to make an 
eTaloatioQ of our relati(sis. 



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Yoti are instruefei iU> subotit results to reacb 
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TO: DIRECTOR, FBI (62-107335) 
FROM: SAC, MIAMI (66-2466) (C) 

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RE: MR. GEORGE R. WACKBNHUT 
PRESIDENT 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
3280 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD 
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA 
RESEARCH (CORRESPONDENCE AND TOURS) 







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ReBulet to captioned subject, dated 12/10/64 with 
instructions to SAC, Miami. 

The following is a list of former FBI agents now 
known to be employed by the Wackenhut Corporation: 

^AgEORGE R, wackenhut. President; "^ 

^ JOHN F. AMMARELL, JR., Vice-President;*^ 
-^ci VICTOR T. KEAY, Assistant to the President; 
* ARTHUR POTTER, in Charge of Investigations;^ 
v-KJYRUS W. THOMPSON, in Charge of Training and Inspection; 



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mOBERT F. KELLEY, Assistant Manager, Miami Office; 
i-^ ACHARLES V. POWELL, part-time Investigator;-^ 



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^Manager, Philadelphia Office; 

AKUBUaT Jb\ HUi'LEH, District Manager, San Juan, Puerto Rico 
:C SHELDON M. COOPER, Manager, Tampa Office; ^ 
:t JOHN E. EDWARDS, Manager, St. Petersburg, Florida.^ 

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In addition, SAMUEL K. MC KEE and STANLEY J. TRACY 
are listed on the Board of Directors, but take no active 
participation whatsoever in the operation of the com 
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As far as is known, former RiiT^eau employees F 



Dy xne wacKennut Corporation. 



are still employed 



It is believed that WACKENHUT and other former 
Special Agents working for him in the Miami area have the greatest 
admiration and respect for the Director and for the Bureau, 
While this office has had no contact with the Wackenhut 
Corporation since March of 1962, it is believed that the files 
of that corporation would be available to the Miami Office 
at any time such was desired* It is felt that the letter 
written by WACKENHUT to the Director on 12/5/64 exemplifies 
the attitude of WACKENHUT and his personnel. In view of this, 
it is believed that relations with this corporation should 
be restored. 



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d your memoniiidam to your employees, and I vmnt to take thie 
opportunity to thank you for your siQiport and generous remarks .^ 
concerning my administraticm of the FBL It is hoped our future^ 
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Attention SAC: You should make 40«<^aluation of the current 
attitude and disposition of ^^ackenhut and his emplojrees \iiio were '^ 
formerly associated with the FBI and submit the results, along 
with your recommendations,, as to our future relations with Wackenhut 
and his Corporation. Add Research (Correspondence ;and Tours) to title. 
1 -Mr. DeLoach;-.;.} '.O 3!<«',^i^^. ' ■ -»" 

NOTE: See Mori*feli to DeLoach Memo of 12-10-64 captioned 
"George R. Wackenhut, Pr^sidejit, The Wackenhut CQrporatio&^ 
Coral GableJ, Floridi^ pTBjpem. 

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Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

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Dear Mr, Hoover: 



I feel very strongly that the recent attacks on the work of the Bureau 
are not only unfounded but are most unfair. The reports regarding your possible 
replacement as the Director of the FBI are very disquieting, even though I am 
certain that the remarkable record of your accomplishments will insure that you 
will be continued in your present post.. I feel impelled, however, to take any 
action possible that might help to answer the critics of the Bureau and to continue 
your wise leadership of the Bureau and its activities. 

I thought you might be interested to know that I have expressed my feelings 
in^a -memorandum to the 4,000 employees of The Wackenhut Corporation, a copy 
of%hich is attached. I have also written to each of the members of the Board of 
Directors and to a number of my associates and friend s along the lines of the copy 

which is also attached for your 



of a letter directed to CaptainL 



information. 



Needless to say, I am directing letters immediately to the White House and 
toeach of the Florida Senators and Congressmen expressing similar views. 



Sincerely yours. 







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I know that you share the concern of the vast majority of your fellow Americans over the 
recent reports that the President is considering removing, J- Edgar Hoover cis Director of the' ; 
Federal Bureau of Investigation in spite of his splendid record of accomplishment. 

I can assure you from my own personal experience, which is confirmed by other former 
agents on our staff who have served; the .Bureau for many years, that the attacks on the Bureau and 
the Director are wholly without merit and, in fact^ in many instances are malicious. I believe . 

that the record of the Bureau and the Director speaks for itself. I am fearful that any change in 
the policies of the Bureau or the loss of its present Director can only bring about q situation that . 
, could adversely affect the security of this nation, both internally and externally. 

Because I feel so strongly about this matter, I have directed a memorandum to our 4,000 
employees outlining the situation and pointing out that if thiey feel as I do, they mqy wish to 
express their feelings in letters to the President, as well as to their Congressmen and Senators. 
You may want to join us in a similar action in this expression of support of the Bureau and Mr. J. 
Edgar Hoover. .^ . 

I am sure that such an expression of your views would carry great weight in this matter. You 
may wish to send AAr. Hoover a copy of the letters, you, decide to write. 



Sincerely yours. 




George R. Wackenhut 
President 



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Mr. Stanley J. Trdcy 



Director, Western Region ' 

General Plant Protection Company : 
A Division of The Wackenhut Corporation 
Los Angeles, California 

Consultant ^ 

Dillon and Dillon 
Attorneys at Law 
Washington, D. .C. 

Senior Vice President 
Fairchild Space and Defense Systems 
A Division of Fairchild Camera and 
Instrument Corporation - . 
Washington, D, C. 

Attorney at Law 
Miami, Florida 

Chairman of the Board 

Loud Co. 

Subsidiary of National Distillers and 

Chemical Corporation 

Pomona, California 

Director of Aiumni Relations 

The George Washing ton. University 

Washington, D. C* 

Attorney at Law 

Los Angeles, California 



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December *+, 196*+ 




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George R. VJackenhut 





I am certain that all of you are aware of the recent criticisms 
being made of the work of the FBI and of the reports that Mr. J. Edgar 
Hoover may be removed as its Direjctor. From my own personal knowledge and 
experience, as well as that of the former FBI Agents now connected with our 
corporation who had many more years in the Bureau than I, the criticisms of 
j the Bureau and the Director are v^holly without merit and they are impeding 
the continuation of the great work of the FBI for our protection. Certainly, 
[based soj^ely on_ the record,_Jthe_ajccompl lament s_of_^^ ^Director- 

make an' overwhelming case in favor of retention of Mr. Hoover as long as he 
wishes to remain in his present position. Certainly the welfare of our 
country will best be served by halving him continue to direct the activities 
which are a material factor in the preservation of our liberties and the 
protection of our lives and property. 

The current attacks on Mr. Hoover require immediate action by those 
who support him and the things for which he stands. If you feel as I do 
in this matter, I am sure you will want to immediately write a letter to 
the President, as well as to your Congressmen and Senator. I am attaching 
one of the letters which I have vrritten, but, of course, it is not meant to 
be used as a model since you will want to vigorously express your own ideas 
in this matter in supporting the retention of Mr. Hoover as being in the 
best interest of our great country. 

Naturally, the decision to write is yours, but you would be doing 
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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
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^ Because of the recent display of respect and support made by The 

Wackenhiit Corporation toward the Director and the Bureau with regard to criticism 
against the Director, it was recommended and approved that our relationship with The 
Wackenhut Corporation be restored and we contact them again, it being noted that the 
Field was instructed in early 1962 to have no further contact with this organization. It 
should also be noted that several of the former Agents, many of whom were former 
officials in the FBI, were removed from the Special Correspondents^ List (SCL) in March 
and April, 1962, when we discontinued contacts with The Wackenhut Corporation. They 
were: John F, Ammarell, Jr. , Vice President; Samuel K. McKee, member of the Board 
of Directors; Cyrus W. Thompson, in Cha3:^ge of Training an d Inspection; Arthur T. 



Potter, in Charge of Investigations; and 
INFORMATION IN BUFILES: 



Manager, Philadelphia office. 



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John F. Ammarell, Jr. , was a Special Agent from 2-1-43, to 12-31-54, 
and his service record with the FBI was favorable. 



Samuel K. McKee entered on duty 3-31-30, retired 2-28-53, at which time 
he was SAC at Newark. McKee, in addition to having been removed from tiie mailing list 
along with other former Bureau personnel employed by Wackenhut, has been a trouble- 
maker in regard to several other matters. He made several charges against SAC Grapp, 
now SAC at Los Angeles, when Grapp was in Charge of the Miami Office in February, 
1962. McKee accused Grapp of "suffering from an overdose of public relationism. " He 
also claimed that Grapp, in 1961, had referred to the Inspection Staff while in Miami in 
an uncomplimentary manner. McKee also tried on several occasions to get informatiqri 
frpir^Bureau employees to which he was not entitled. ^ 

i2^N 22 1965 Cyrus W. Thompson entered on duty 8-20-51, and resigned 9-4-53. BuEiles 
contain no derogatory information up to and including the time when he was removed ^f 
from the mailing list in March, 1962, because of his association with The Wackenhut ^ 
Corp oration, as mentioned above. However, since that time we have received informatic 
from ] who advised in 1962 that Thompson, an emnldve e of 

the Dade County Sheriff^s Office, was believed to be a homosexual who had affairs 



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no other information to substantiate this from other sour ces concerning Thompson. 

Of possible significance, however, is information in Bufiles to the effect that when Kelly 

first ran for Sheriff of Dade County in 1952, he was accused of having consorted with 

homosexuals. This charge was made by ^'Miami Life, *' a local scandal and blackmail 

sheet. Subsequently, the foreman of a Dade County Grand Jury announced that the 

Grand Jury had made a thorough investigation of this allegation and found it to be completely 

groundless. 

Arthur T. Potter entered on duty 12-16-40, retired 2-23-61. Bufiles 
are favorable concerning this individual who wrote President Johnson on 12-10-64, 
regarding the then current criticism of the Director . He had been removed from the SCL 
on 9-18-62, when we learned he was then with The Wackenhut Corporation. 



had been on the SCL until 



entered on duty 



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when we learned he was with The Wackenhut Corporation 



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(1) That because of derogatory information in Bufiles concerning the 
following individuals, they not be restored to the SCL: Samuel K. McKee and Cyrus W, 
Thompson. 



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who have formerly been so carried but were deleted because of their as sociation with The 
Wankenhut Cg rporation: John ^, Ammarell, Jr. , Arthur T. Potter and 






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SAC LET'ipi NO. 65-1 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 




January 5, 1965 



WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535 



In Replyt PUcae R^er to 
'jfeiVo. Q 

A) THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION -- Your attention is directed to 
SAC fetter No. 62-24 (B) which instructed all offices to refrain from any 
contact with this organization and to extend absolutely no cooperation 
to it. Further, its employees were not to participate in Bureau office 
•functions. Effective immediately, these instructions are rescinded and 
all offices may resume normal relations with this organization, However, 
you should be alert to any instances indicating there is a repetition of 
those activities and tactics which caused the issuance of the original 
"no contact policy, " and advise the Bureau immediately. 



Very truly yours, 

John Edgar Hoover 

Director 



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SAC, LAS VEGAS (62-New) 

THE McKlNHUT _CORPORATION 
INFORMTION CONCERNING 



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For the information of the Bureau public sources 
of information in the Las Vegas area have advised that 
commencing February 1, 1965, captioned corporation will be 
in charge of security at the Nevada Test Site. Further 
information was received this corporation will have 250 
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

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Mr. DeLoac 



D. C. Morrell 




DATE: 12/28/64 




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You will recall Morrell to DeLoach Memo dated 12/10/64 
describing the strong support set forth by captioned individual and other former 
employees of the FBI who are currently associated with his organization. 
A review of our relations with Wackenhut determirnl that SAC letter 62-24 (B) 
dated 4/24/62 instructed all offices to refrain from any contact with this 
organization and in connection with this situation, former Bureau employees 
known to be associated with this group were removed from the Bureau mailing 
list. Wackenhut was a Special Agent from 2/12/51 until he voluntarily resigned, 
5/21/54. Although his services were satisfactory, files reflected Wackenhut ha!d 

1 attempted to obtain favors, information and the services of our Miami Office buu f 
without success subsequent to his Bureau employment. In the past few yearsf / 
Wackenhut and other former Agents connected with him have written many le|t^rs 
of support to the FBI and the Director, many of which were acknowledged by y 
in-absence replies due to our relations with them. /Vv^ 

Wackenhut' s recent letters were so commendatory and favorable to 
the FBI, it was recommended and approved that he be thanked in a communication 
over the Director's signature (12/10/64) and that the SAC at Miami be requested 
to re -evaluate the relations with this^group and submit his recommendations as to 
our future relations. 



tner Agents listed with this corporatior 



By airtel 12/21/64 the former Agents listed With this corporatlt)n 
were set out and many of them were readily recognized as having been on the 
Special Correspondents' List prior to the rupture in relations with this group. 
The SAC noted that Wackenhut and other former SAs with this company in the 
Miami area have the greatest admiration and respect for the Director and the 
Bureau. In view of the retent letter sent to Mr. Hoover by Wackenhut, the SAC 
noted this exemplified the attitude of Vi^ackenhut and his employees. As a result, 
the SAC recommended that relations Mth this group should be restored. 



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Mr. Callahan 

C. R. Davidson ^(^^ mREmismciAs^ 
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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
Service Record Inquiry Matters 




Purpose of this memorandum is to recommend changes *iirpolicy with respect 
to handling certain matters pertaining to former Bureau employees who have affiliated 
with captioned organization. 

SAC Letter 65-1 dated 1-5-65 made reference to previous instructions to all 
offices to refrain from contact with captioned organization, to extend no cooperation to it 
and that employees of that organization are not to participate in Bureau office functions. 
The SAC Letter advised that these instructions are rescinded and that all offices may 
resume normal relations with captioned organization. Offices are? to be alert to any 
instances indicating a repetition of those activities and tactics which caused the issuance 
of the original ''no contact policy. " 

Resulting from the ''no contact policy" in effect prior to SAC Letter 65- -E, pe 
have been following the practice of omitting a statement regarding character and services , 
in responding to requests for service records of former employees who later affiliatM^ / 
with the Wackenhut Corporation. Likewise, in considering former Bureau officials ^hc 
supervisors for inclusion among those to be extended invitations to office functions, we 
have recommended against favorable consideration when it was known such former 
employees had affiliated with the Wackenhut Corporation. In this regard, the Director 
had instructed in April, 1962, that we were to make certain :-that-\ all ex- employees 
who were associated with Wackenhut Corporation are removed from all Bureau mailing 
lists and that such are not invited to any Bureau functions, 

RECOMMENDATIONS: 



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1. That in response to requests for service records of former employees 
affiliated with Wackenhut Corporation, we include a statement regarding character and 
services if heretofore affiliation with that organization was the sole reason for omitting 
such statements and where there is no indication that during such affiliation or otjierwise 
they have manifested unfriendliness toward the Bureau.^ 

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considered a bar when considering former Bureau employees for invitations to office 
functions. 



3. That affiliation with Wackenhut Corporation by former employees in 
itself not be considered grounds for removal from the Special Correspondents^ List 
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Wi|-h l-he successful grow|-h of fhe Canmunish-conhrolled World YoiJ^h FesHvals abroof , Hhe 
Canmunisf Parfy in fhe Unifed S^a^es again furned ifs affenf-ion ^o \fs al-fack on fhe nofion's youfh. 



1^ From a high poin^ in f-he l•hir^ies when \he rolls of l-he Young CaTimunist League had grown to 

^ore than 20,000 members, the Communist Party in the United States had declined in the fifties as a result 

|'*^of government loyalty programs, internal security legislation, the bloody Soviet attack on Hungary and the 
sudden attack on Stalin by Nikita Khrushchev. The comrades' revered leader was revealed as a liar, thief 
and murderer - not by the "imperialists" - but by the head of their own Communist Party. 



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The American Communist youth movement was so badly shaken by these events and suffered 
such heavy losses that the Labor Youth League (the name of the nationwide youth movement at that time 
was dissolved in 1957. It did not take long, however, for Communist youths and the Communist Partyf USAj, 
fo reorganize their youth drives, fn April 1958 "A Call to Youth" appeared in the Communist Party mma-y 
zine. Political Affairs. Within twelve months another article in the magazine reported that Marxist y<k 
groups had sprung up on college campuses and elsewhere. 

The start of a major campaign to attract American youth was launched in the spring of 1959 
when young Communists from major cities across the nation met with Party leaders in New Yor.k City, As 

"an outgrowth of'lhese meetings, the noFidn wouic!~scc>on see stepped-up pla?Ts~forspeaking engogeffrenrs^ """^ 

infiltration and recruitment by Communists on college campuses across the country. ^ ^ , 

At the Notional Convention held in New York Cily in DeclmSfer 1959, the CPUSA passed a ] 
resolution pointing out that "To work among youth is to work for the future. The present generation of youth 

• is... the base of the party of the future." The resolution gave priprrty to the infiltration of existing 
youth organizations. It happily proclaimed that "The youth mem beraii'^ht>trr/^ffyS^^ 



that of any other section." 



Shortly afterword a new Marxist youth organization named Advance v/QsstorWti^\W b^^ 
[York to organize the city's youth, and similar organizations under other names were estfliaiij^ed 'H Y3LiSi& 
oarys of the country, according to J. Edgar Hoover, director of the FBI. Hoover said that Daniel Kubin 
vas appointed National Youth Director of the Party and became the first editor of a new Marxist youth 
lagazine, "New. Horizons," yWhich was carefully designed to avoid close identification with the Communist 






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Jna^^^iGiLANT Patriot Award. All-American Conference to Combat Communism. 1963. 



As \he sif-in demon.^toHons developed in |-he Sou^h, DankiRubin visifed college campuses 
in Richmond in March 1960 [o sectJPsfaj-emenfs from the shudeni-s and uiWffheir parHcrpation, while Party 
members stayed hidden in >he background. At the same time the Party was told by its national secretary, 
Benjamin Davis, that the demonstrations were the next best thing to "proletarian revolution." 

These Communist activities were little known or quickly forgotten by the general public whiclj 
was unaccustomed to student demonstrations and riots at home. They were more conscious of the student 
riots abroad because of their national and international impact and the death and destruction caused by the 
^,. - Canmunist-led mobs. 

Just seven months ago in November 1964, for example, the Associated Press reported that 
Burma universities had finally re-opened after being closed for a year as a result of student riots directed by 
CoTimunists. "The disorders," the Associated Press reported, "generally were regarded as part of a Cain- 
munist attempt to discredit the regime of General Ne Win after he broke off peace talks with Communist 
rebels." The story added that Western textbooks hove now been discarded and replaced with books by 
V Marx, Engels and Lenin. 



i In Moscow on November 27, 1964, students defaced and smashed the windows of the United 

States Embassy in retaliation for U»S. aid in the rescue of white hostages who were being attacked in the 
Congo. On the same day in Cairo students attacked the United States Embassy, burned dowgj-he John F. 
Kennedy Memorial Library and wrecked American automobiles. ^ 5; 



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The rioting and demonstration techniques were the some ones which had ^een developed and 
used so successfully by the Communists in both Eastern and Western countries. Fn Ja^ft;theyTiad been 
going on and attracting increasing -numbers of students for ten years from 1950 to 196i0L''* w 






One of the most outrageous demonstrations was the savage attack on Vic;©: Pre^l^nt and Mrs. 
Richard M. Nixon in 1958 in Caracas, Venezuela, when Communist-directed students brought his automobile 
to a standstill, damaged windows and threw garbage at the car. For awhile the Vice President and his wife 
were in actual physical danger. 

fn February and March 1960 President Dwight D, Eisenhower made a two-week tour of Latin 
America. On March 2 in Montevideo, Uruguay, the President's otherwise enthusiastic welcome was marred 
^ when he suf§*ed eye irritation from tear gas used to break up an anti-United States demonstration staged 
by CorfiDnunislSoriented students. 

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^ui In Japan, CaTimunist agitators again were able to humiliate the United States/^^-When ^ 

Pres^Jt Eisenhower announced his plans to visit Japan in June I960, five weeks of violent anti-Am^can 

dem on slS^atiofifc by students and others broke out. In the Tokyo riot 600 policemen were injureSand^ne 

person «Was kuffied. The President of the United States was forced to cancel his v*sit. Sr- *"'S 

These were some of the Communist-led student riots abroad. They could neverfiappenji^^re - 
until one did in May 1960 when "Operation Abolition" demonstrations completel^disrupted fegj^fficioP' 
meeting of a UJIS.rCoggressional committee in Son Francisco. '"'l\'^ 5 q 



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threat of Communism, it presents this series of articles to its friends and employee^asCJin^^ducational servicj 



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MAY 1962 COITION 
GSA CEN. REG. NO. 27 



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October 1965 



and YOU! 

"The Marxisl'-dominal-ed Free Speech Movemen^ which has 
kepf \he Universi|-y of California campus at- Berkeley in o fumnoil 
for weeks is destined to spreado" 

- The San Francisco Examiner 



COMMUNIST ATTACK ON YOUTH - VII 

The wild winds of anarchy blew across |-he United States in the long, hot summer of 1964» 
Vicious rioting broke out in seven cities and at two seaside resortSo The riots brought violent attacks on both 
civilians and police, and the destruction and looting of property* 

The riots themselves were not planned but, in most cases, were an outgrowth of a routine police 
arrest, which was then used as an excuse for mob action* Subversive groups, such as the Communist Party, USA, 
and the Progressive Labor Movement, while not responsible for initiating the riots, were quick to fan and exploit-- 
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What the riots did dismayingly reveal was a waiting mob spirit of readiness, and even eagerness, 
to challenge and defy all authority. 

The infection of lawlessness spread to the University of California at Berkeley in the fall, and 
suddenly student political demonstrations, of a type previously seen only in Latin America and Europe, had 
arrived in the United States and had captured the campus of a major American university* A thorough investi- 
gation by the California Senate Factfinding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities and a searching report 
by the Police Chief Magazine disclosed the following events* 



As the 1964 fall semester opened, a large group of students and the administration met in a 
head-on collision over a University regulation prohibil-ing political activity on the campuso The students 
demanded complete freedom to collect money, present speakers, distribute literature and advocate any social 
or political action they desired, regardless of whether it was lawful or unlawful* They were urged, on to open 
rebellion by the "Slate Supplemental Report" published by an off-campus liberal group, which advised: 
"ORGANIZE AND SPLIT THIS CAMPUS WIDE OPEN!" and suggested civil disobedience as a final resort* 

A carefully planned assault on the administration began September 21 with sit-ins and mass 
protest meetings on the campus^ On September 30, the Campus Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the 
University friends of the Student Non-Violent Coordinal-ing Committee (SNCC) provocatively challenged 
university regulations by setting up tables to collect money. When advised that the University would take 
disciplinary action, some 500 students led by Mario Savio marched into the Sproul Hall administration building 
and, after arguing fruitlessly with University officials, began a sit-in. Savio and seven other students were 
indefinitely suspended by the University that night. 

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Now came fhe prof e Akna I touch and l-lfe manufactured incitltak« Th^^ne>:i^8ay non-student 
Jack Weinberg deliberately set up a^Rle on the steps of Sproul Hall to collSP funds for CORE. Campus police 
advised him he was trespassing and asked him to leavco When he refused he was placed under arrest. Weinberg 
instanti/ went limp in the classic fashion and screamed for help from the crowd of 2/000 students,. The crowd 
closed in and the police had to force their way through to place Weinberg in a neorby police car which was 
immediately surrounded by jeering, chanting students who stood, sat and lay in its pafh to keep it from moving* 



--^ For the next 32 hours the students were in complete control of the situation, keeping two 

policemen and Weinberg in the immobilized car. They sat on the hood, the trunk and the fenders^ They stood 
on the car top and made speeches over a thoughtfully provided public address system. Mario Savio demanded 
Weinberg's release and threatened to bring the University operations to a halt with a" Sproul Hall sit-in that would 
occupy "every square inch of desk and chair space in the building." He shouted at the crowd: "Let's stay right 
here and embarrass the University. We're embarrassing them and that's where it hurts," the San Francisco News 
Call Bulletin reported. 

As the day ended, the police and University officials were concerned over something much more 
serious than embarrassment. The milling crowd of tense students represented a time bomb that could explode and 
_,_^^et off_a.fuLI scaJe^rJ.ot.. "Ltis the.larg^st_demonstrationJ.!ve seen-/" Captain- Wi.lJ.iam Beall of the^Berkeley Police- 
said. "This could erupt at an/ time creating chaos, damaging property and hurting people^" 

Angry students charged and jammed the doors of Sproul Hall when police attempted to close 
y them for the night« "Two police officers were pulled to the floor; one lost his hat and shoes (which were returned 
wh'en he escaped into the building) and was bitten on the leg," the California Monthly reported. Later Mario 
Savio said primly, "Biting the policeman on the leg was the only time I wasn't non-violento" 

During the night, organized runners brought sandwiches ond drinks to Weinberg and the students 

I ^ ^ho were immobilizing the police car. Money collectors roamed the crowd for donations- Leaders issued a 

propaganda barrage and telephoned other college campuses seeking support for "freedom of speech," 



A worried Dean of Students Katherine Towle said of the student revolt, "Some of it has seemed 
awfully well planned. I find it disturbing that there is a large non-student group thereo" A similar observation 
was made by Dean of Men Arleigh Williams: "If there is a better organized group, I should like to see ito This * 
is a complete violation of law and order. It demonstrdtes how a small organization can disrupt societieso Some 
students were bought by cliches of 'freedom, "liberty,' and 'rights.' They are responding emotionally without a 
clear understanding of their true meanings." News media quoted Clark Kerr, University president, as saying the 
demonstrations contained an extreme left-wing element, including followers of the "Castro-Mao Tse-tung lineo" 



The University reached a compromise with the demonstrators at 7:15 poirio on October 2, 
^"pfatiisingthat'Ja^k Wevnbefgv of ter being bookecl7 would be relealed in his own recogmiance witK no charges 
being pressed by the University. 

The leaders called on the demonstrators to disperse. The battered police car, hood and top 
dented and fenders smashed, was finally allowed to retreat. The rebellion was temporarily over, but the Free 
Speech Movement had been born at Berkeley with Mario Savio as its midwife, and the University's troubles 
with the brawling, red-faced Infant had just beguno 






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COMMUNIST ATTACK ON YOUTH - VIII 



The notorious student demonstration October 1 , 1964, at the University of California at 
Berkeley was not the end, only the beginning of furl-her rebellion. Thorough investigations by the California 
Senate Factfinding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities and the Police Chief Magazine disclosed the 
following developments. 

The various groups that had been protesting against University regulations gathered, two 
days later, under the single banner of the Free Speech Movement with Mario Sovio os their leader, Savio, 
an outstanding student, had no subversive background. He had joined the Young People's Socialist League, 
had worked with the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, and had an arrest record for sit-in 
demonstrations, according to the Federal Bureau of [nvestigation. He also had a fiery speaking style to 
match his red hair and the ability to arouse student audiences to unconsidered actions^ Amusingly, this 
concerned Free Speech leader had failed to vote in the 1964 elections. United Press International reported. 



- fTrorr^tmorph^f e^of"arrogairc^~aT^^ 

with the University officials, supported by 88 faculty members who signed a petition recommending reinstate- 
ment of eight suspended students, including Savio. A rally was staged and Sproul Hall, the administration 
building,was picketed November 4 and 5 with demands for "total political freedom on campus."' A 
resolution condemning hhe disorderly tactics of FSM was passed by the senate of Associated Students, 
representing a majority of the student body, » 

Despite an administration warning, some 1 ,400 students assembled on November 9 at Sproul 
Hall, where Savio harangued them, and tables were set up and funds collected in deliberate defiance' of 
university regulations. When the Board of Regents made some concessions on No/ember 20 but refused to 
allow campus support of illegal activities, more than 4,000 students demonstrated in protest. Another 
protest rally was staged November 25 when SLATE, described by the California Senate Subcommittee as 
a Coinmunist-dominated student organization, was denied permission to show a French homosexual film on 
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" By fhis Hme l"he O^^d froni- aspeci" of the Free Speech^Bvemenfr was beginning to ' "- 
disappear," fhe Senate Subcommitt^said. "Man/ of the more conservative students who'^orlgmall/ 
entered the movement as a sincere protest, . .had realized that the entire movement was slowly, but surely 
being taken over by Communist-oriented leaders, ..more and more adults appeared on the campus at the 
demonstrations, some of them known members of the Communist Party, some.like^MorTScheer, leaders 
of the Communist element that followed the tough line of Red China; some^were students who had been 
indoctrinated on clandestine trips to Cuba; and there were the usual large numbers of chronic supporters 
of Communist fronts who always lend their assistance to such movements.'^ 

On December 1 , the University announced that disciplinary action would be taken against 
Savio and three other FSM leaders for their part in the October 1 demonstration. Savio, in turn, issued an 
ultimatum giving Chancellor Edward W. Strong 24 hours in which to meet FSM demands or face a massive 
demonstration. The demands included the dropping of all charges against himself and others and a guarantee 
against disciplinary action until a final settlement had been reached with the FSM. 

^ The threatened d emonstra tion^ the great est of them all, began with a noonday ^ralJy of 
2,000 students at Sproul Hall where Savio, in fine voice, whipped up the crowd and threatened to "bring 
the university to a grinding halt," Then, flanked by folksinger Joan Baez, singing "We Shall Overcome," 
he turned and led a Pied Piper parade of a 1000 students into the building. An American flag was carried 
aloft and Savio held up his hand in the Churchillian finger symbol for victory. With military precision, 
the lobby was turned into a recreation hall, a first aid station was set up and the third and fourth floors 
were designated as study areas. The "spontaneous" rebellion of the downtrodden students included pro- 
fessionally printed signs, bull horns and walkie-talkieso 

An evening entertainment program was announced to include movies and singing by Joan 
Baez. By evening the students had been provided with sleeping bags and blankets, and the office of the 
Dean of Students had been turned into a kitchen with coffee, hundreds of loaves of bread and meat, cheese 
and peanut butter for sandwiches. Monitors, wearing FSM armbands, collected money from the crowd outside. 
Pickets blocked roadways; others paraded on campus and some invaded classrooms where students were 
working. 

By 7 p.m., some 800 invaders were in full possession of Sproul Hall despite campus police 
requests to leave the building. At 10:50 p.m.. Governor Edmund G. Brown ordered police agencies to 
take any necessary action to restore order. At 3:05 a.m. Chancellor Strong visited each floor, again 
requesting the students to leave. _At 3:20 a.m. , Berk^Jey police officets began removing, the_ students Jxom 
the building. Second floor balcony windows had been smashed and ropes dropped to the ground. When a 
police detail was sent to the floor, they were blocked and assaulted by demonstrators and four officers were 
injured. Because of the elaborately careful police procedures, the last of 773 arrests was not made until 
3:35 p,m. on December 3 after a 27-hour occupation of Sproul Hall. Some 830 police officers were 
employed at an estimated cost of $25,000. Governor Brown said: "We're not going to have anarchy in the 
State of California while 1 am Governor. ., We cannot compromise with revolution, whether at the Univer- 
sity or any other place. **^ 



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"The academic revolution fhaf has been brewing for about 
eight years and now is blowing through the country - with its full 
potential yet to be realized - is purifying our land." 

- Herbert Aptheker, National Canmitteemah, 
Communist Party, USA 



COMMUNIST ATTACK ON YOUTH - X 



Immediately following the massive sit-in and capture of Sprou! Hall on December 3, 1964, 
at the University of California at Berkeley, members of the Free Speech Movement^ who were not arrested, 
drove a sound truck through Berkeley streets calling upon demonstrators to block all traffic accesses to the 
University. Several hundred answered the call and set up picket lines at one of the entrances and another 
at a parking lot, as a student strike got underway. 

By noon of the next day, there were some 1,500 persons on the picket line at one university 
entrance and graduate students, teaching assistant*; and some faculty members had joined the strike. Many 
classes were cancelled without authority; some professors used their classrooms to express sympathy for the 
FSMj other professors and teaching assistants deliberately indoctrinated their students in an attempt to gain 
support for the FSM, the California Senate Factfinding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities reported. 

Battina Aptheker, daughter of Herbert- Aptheker, leading theoretician of the CPUSA, was a 
founder of the Du Bois Clubs, described by J. Edgar Hoover os "Communist-spawned," and also was one of 
the top four leaders of FSM. In an article in the March 1965 issue of "Political Affairs," self-described as 
-th,e. "Iheorel±^al^Jo.uf:ngl of the Communist Party , U. S. A. , 'l.Bett|na^p/pydly^pprtecl^^o^ the stj^ke thi s wgy:^ 

"The graduate students and teaching assistants called a general strike on Thursday, Decem- 
ber 3, which continued all day on Friday, resumed on Monday, December 7, and ended Monday at midnight. 
The public infonnation service of the University, when asked, stated on Friday that the strike was 85 per 
cent effective. On Monday, we estimated that the strike was 82 per cent effective. _Eor almost g week the 
F SM brought the University literally to a 'grinding halt/ refusing to end demonstration s until Freedom wg$ a., 
reality, " (Emphasis added.) 

Bettina Aptheker wos happily and correctly reporting the shocking fact that a minority of 
less than 20 per cent of some 5,500 demonstrators, including a hard core of 300 leftists, had been able to 
bring to a halt for several days the educational processes affecting the entire enrollment of 27,500 students 
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Mr, Hoover reporhed f-haf- demonsfrofors wifh subversive backgrounds included five faculf/' 
members and 38 persons who were Jj^ents or connected with the Univer^k in some capacity. "This is - , 
anofher example of a demonsfraHo^whlch, while not Communist originatla or controlled, has b^een 
exploited by a few Conmunists for their own end/' he said. "In this instance, a few hundred students 
contain within their ranks a handful of Communists that mislead, confuse and bewilder a great many students 
to their detriment. Communist Party leaders feel that based on what happened on the campus of the Univer- 
sity of California at Berkeley, they can exploit similar student demonstrations to their own benefit in the 
future." 

On Monday, December 7, University President Clark Kerr called a meeting of all students 
and faculty members. "Kerr agreed that he would take no action against any of the FSM demonstrators for 
violations of university rules committed prior to the massive December 2 sit-in, and made it plain that no 
more violations of regulations would be tolerated, and that peace must be maintained on the campus," the 
Senate Subcommittee reported. Pending a meeting of the Acodemic Senate for the next day, the FSM sus- 
pended its strike at midnight. The Senate, composed of faculty members, met on Tuesday and voted over- 
whelmingly 824 to 1 15 to back most of the FSM's demands and urged that control of student discipline be 
given to the faculty. 



On February 26, 1965, an Emergency Executive Committe issued a report confidently 
announcing that conditions at Berkeley were returning to normal and that problems were being solved "by 
rational discussion andmutua! adjustment." Five daysjater the "purifying" revolution described by Herbert 
Aptheker exploded again on \he campus, emitting the fetid and unpleasant odor of The Filthy Speech Move- 
ment. 

On March 3 o barefoot non-student paraded across the Berkeley campus carrying a large 
sign with an obscene four-letter word as a protest, he said, against censorship. . He was promptly arrested., 
His action dumfounded the authorities and the public, but not tha leaders of SLATE and the FSM, one of 
whom was quoted as saying, " a guy had a right to'express himself like he wants," Obviously, this called 
for more protests. "SLATE and FSM leaders started a demonstration that attracted 2,300 students, including 
women and minors, and the offensive four-letter word was repeatedly shouted. . .Tables were set up, one of 

them bearing the sign, " Defense Fund," which campus police allowed to remain...," the Senate 

Subcommittee reported. In further protest, a senior led other students to the basement of Sproul Hall and 
read portions of "Lady Chatterly's Lover." 

Nine persons were arrested,, and the University later dismissed one student and suspended 
three others. But in the meantime, the Filthy Speech Movement, using the signs as an inspiration, produced 
an obscene magazine named the "Spider," The University banned the first two issues of_thejTiagazine, the 
Senate Subcommittee said, ^but sales continued openly^ancl the ban was lifted in April, 

When Mario Savio, FSM leader, attempted to whip up indignation against the University 
for disciplining filthy speech offenders, he found his old magic had disappeared; even his most ardent 
supporters realized they had gone too far. Several days later, he announced his resignation from Berkeley 
because, he said, he no longer could "keep up with the undemocratic principles" of the administration. 
On this absurd note Savio, who had so successfully defied, threatened, disrupted and humiliated a great 
university, departed. 



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I received yous.' letter of Jatiuary 1(^ 
and want to thank yoa for ilie ikind s^tments m the 
occasion of my Mrtiiday and the New Year« 

You may be certain ycnir complimentary 
comments aiui favorable remsiirka mean a great deal to 
me^ and eommunicatlone such as stnirs are Indeed a 
source of micouragement* Z tm assure you I wlU 
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Although belated, I did want to congratulate you on 
your birthday and express my wishes for another successful year 
and continued good health. 

You are the most outstanding American serving our 
government and the citizens of our country today. Although 

iail America salutes you, those of us who have been fortunate 
not only to have served under you, but to have worked at FBI 
Headquarters where we had a better opportunity to become 
acquainted with you, take a groat deal of pride in your continued 
exceptional accomplishments. As America again faces determined 
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COMMUNISM and YOU! 



"In my opinion, this open attack which is taking place in 
Berkeley; and which will undoubtedly spread, is one of the more 
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Despite the obvious illegality of its actions and its questionable leadership, the Free Speech 
Movement and the chaos which it created in 1964 at the University of California at Berkeley, received some 
rather astonish in*^' support. Faculty members composing the Academic Senate voted 824 to 115 in favor of 
backing FSM objectives, which included placing certain disciplinary measures in the hands of the faculty, 
rather than the University administration. 

The San Francisco Chronicle editorially commenting on the attitude of faculty members said: ^ 
"Their championship of students who have clearly defied University regulations and violated the low, plus 
their implied denunciation of University official responsibility for campus discipline, adds a highly disturbing 
element to a situation of great gravity." 

Additional support for what amounted to a student-faculty attack upon the university adminis- 
tration came forth quickly. According to Police Chief Magazine, telegrams, petitions and announcements 
of support were received from 42 professors at the Rockefeller Institute for Research in New York, 306 
students and faculty members of the University of California Medical School, 186 faculty members at San 
FrcnciSco-^State-GDWegeT— 1^-members-of-the-Ya!e-LGVV--Jc^^ 

Other support came from the Washington State Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, 
from such other groups as school teachers, ministers, lawyers, writers and artists, and from James Farmer of 
CORE, Bayard Rustin, Negro demonstration leader, and John Lewis of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating 
Committee. 

The Berkeley demonstrations immediately produced rallies, picket lines, marches and sit-ins 
at San Francisco State College, Sacramento State, Brandeis University, Reed College, Fresno State College, 
Eastern Washington State College and Adelphi University, among others. 

From the timing, it appeared that Berkeley may have provided the inspiration for other college 
demonstrations since it gave proof that students and the faculty could successfully defy administration 
regu/otfons and normal discipline. This new development of a student-faculty coalition drawn up as antago- 
nists against university administrations swept across the country in the spring of 1965. 



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Forge, 1962; Vigilant Patriot Award, All-American Conference to Combat Communism, 1963. 



Student protests, bac^^ and supported in many cases fey professors, broke out1n Mardi^ 
Yale, at Brooklyn College, at St. -iflP's University and at Fairleigh Dick^^jn, A sit-in of students and 
faculty members was staged at Ohio State University in April, and another occurred at the University of 
Kansas, The causes of the protests varied from campus to campus, but all demonstrated a new attitude of 
demand and defiance of established authority. 

The question of leadership and organizations also varied from campus to campus. At Berkeley, 
however, there was no question that in the last phases of the Free Speech Movement Communist-oriented 
leadership had taken control. Police Chief Fording said, "Although it cannot be proven at this time that 
these demonstrations were part of a Communist conspiracy or were Communist-initiated, known Communists, 
children of Communists and Communist sympathizers were involved in the leadership from the beginning, ahd 
to believe that Communist influences were not at work would be unrealistic." Later, after a thorough 
investigation, J. Edgar Hoover said flptly that 43 persons, including five faculty members, connected with 
the demonstrations had subversive backgrounds. 

Berkeley had faced the threat of Communist infiltration for years with recently changing results. 

Two questions were continually raised: Should Communist speakers be permitted on ca mpus and sh ould ^ __ 

ComrriunT?rprofessdrs be employed'r^Th^Ban''agaiTist Communist speakers was challenged in a suit in April 
1962 by the American Civil Liberties Union, which lost the suit. On May 21, 1963, on the recommendations 
of President Clark Kerr, the Regents by a vote of 15 to 2 opened the university 'campus to Communist speakers, 
the California Senate Factfinding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities reported. The first person to 
speak on the campus under the new regulation was Albert J. Lima, Northern California Chairman of the 
Communist Party, the Senate Subcommittee said. This resolved the question of Communist speakers. 



In 1954, answering pressure arguments that Communists should be hired as faculty members in 
order to present the Communist vi*ewpoint, Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul, who was then University president, 
said: "It is as ridiculous to suppose that we must have Communists as teachers as that we should have astrologers 
in the astronomy department, or African witch doctors in the medical school." In June 1964 Charles 
Luckman, chairman of the board of trustees of the California State College, succinctly said: "There is 
indeed nothing to choose beiween Nazism and Communism, except that the latter is far more dangerous 
because of its seductive intellectual appeal . No teacher should hesitate to condemn both these tyrannies. . . 
Communist ideology is demonstrably false. Its economic theories have been disproved by history. Its 
practical applications have been characterized by the imposition of terror; by the complete disregard for 
human life and liberty; by the rejection of all the traditional moral and spiritual values which-^underlie 
Western Civilization." Such college trustees and college boards of regents are currently being attacked in 
Communist publications. 



Apparently, the climate has been changing in the past decade. Now Communists address 
Berkeley students on campus, and on September 24, 1964, according to the Senate Subcommittee, President 
Clark Kerr suggested that the Regents might wish to reconsider the wording of the ban against employment of 
Communists in general, and that he would present his recommendations later. As yet no such recommendations 
have been submitted, the Subcommittee said in its report. It added: "-. . .we are unable to understand why the 
people should contribute to their own destruction by making their public institutions available to those who 
are dedicated to the task of overthrowing our government by any means available." 



The Wackenhut Corporation is a national, investigative and security organization with operations 
extending from Puerto Rico, throughout the United States, to Hawaii. Acutely aware of the threat of 
Communism, it presents this series of articles to its friends and employees as an educational service. 
For additional copies, contact: 

THE WACKENHUT CORPORATON. 3280 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. 
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA. TELEPHONE: Highland 5-1481. 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION 
PUBLIC STOCK OFFERING 

Former SAC Auerbach has furnished to the Seattle Division a 
copy of a Preliminary Prospectus dated 3/25/ 66 setting forth a 
proposal to offer for sale to the piublic through T ~\ 

A. C. Allyn, Inc., 247, 300 shares of common stock of the Wackenhut 
Corporation having a par value of 10^ a share* The Preliminary 
Prospectus does not indicate the price at ^hich the stock will be ' ^.^^ 
offered and warns that a registration statement has been filed with \ 

the Securities and Exchange Commission but has not yet become 
I effective. The stock may not be sold nor may offers to buy be accepted 
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The Preliminary Prospectus discloses that the stock is being 
offered for sale to provide funds for further acquisitions of similar 
businesses and working capital to continue the company^ s expansion. 
A consolidated statement of the income of the Wackenhut Corporation 
and its subsidiary discloses that net income in the calendar year 1965 
was $665, 757. The 1965 net income was approximately double its 
1964 income. No dividends have been paid on the company's stock 
during the last five years but the Board of Directors intends to consider 
paying quarterly dividends hereafter dependent upon the earnings and 
.future financial condition of the comparw together with other relevant 
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Of the 247, 300 shares of common stock to be offered, 135, 000 




are to be sold by the corporation and 112, 300 shares by^oiMAlSr 3BAS66 
Wackenhut and his wife. Of the shares being sold by the company, 
13, 800 are being offered initially to employees and Directors ^of-ttn 
company at the public offering price (not given in the Preliminary 
Prospectus). In addition to the common stock, there will also be 
outstanding 646, 700 shares of Class B stock, all owned jointly by 
former SA Wackenhut and his wife. The common stock and the Class' 
B stock have equal voting rights In the election of company Directors 
and in the event all of the common stock being offered for public sale 
is sold, Wackenhut and his wife will still hoki 71. 55% of the total 
number of shares of both classes of stock. Since the certificate of 

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incorporation does not provide for cumulative voting, the holders of 
more than 50% of the total number of shares of both classes of stock 
(i. e • Wackenhut and his wife) can elect all of the Directors and the 
holders of the remaining shares will not be able to elect any Directors. 

The Prospectus further sets forth that the business was founded 
in 1954 by Wackenhut and three associates, all former FBI Special 
Agents, to supply investigative services and at the present time 21 
of the company's management and investigative positions are held by 
former FBI Special Agents several of whom have held supervisory 
positions with the Bureau- -one as SAC, two as Inspectors, one as 

Ian Inspector in Charge and another as Assistant Chief of the Liaison 
iSection of the Domestic Intelligence Division. Other Wackenhut 
management and investigative personnel have served with NSA, CIA 
and investigative and intelligence units of the U.S. Armed Forces 
as well as local law enforcement agencies. At the present time the 
company is engaged principally in furnishing uniform guards and 
other personnel to protect Government installations, industrial and 
business facilities, banks, retail stores and municipalities. The 
largest single customer is the U. S. Government. The company 
supplies security guards and other personnel to the Atomic Energy 
Commission's test site and other installations in Nevada and to four 

I" NASA facilities including the Kennedy S|pace Center at Merritt Island, 
Florida, adjoining Cape ^Kennedy. The company also does investigative 
work for industrial organizations, attorneys, insurance companies, 
banks, retail stores and other businesses and individuals and provides 
related services including lie detector tests, personnel screening, 
burglar and fire alarm systems <md electronic sweeping to detect the 

(presence of unauthorized listening devices. The company does not 
engage in business espionage but does provide counter business 
espionage to protect the research and development secrets of its clients. 

According to the Prospectus, the company has 23 offices and 
operates in 22 states, Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia and through 
a 50% owned subsidiary in Caracas, Venezuela. The company has grown 
to be the third largest company of its kind in terms of volume of sales 
and has approximately 4, 100 employees and over 3, 100 customers. 

Bureau files disclose that by SAC Letter dated 4/24/62 all 
Bureau offices were instructed to refrain from any contact with the 
Wackenhut Corporation, extend no cooperation, and any inquiries or 
approaches from employees of the firm' should be immediately reported 
Ito the Bureau. This action was taken because the firm had utilized mis- 
heading advertisements, attempted to capitalize on former FBI affiliation 

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of its employees and its officials had reportedly engaged in personal 
misconduct and questionable business activities. However, in view 
Lof the strong and continued support of the Director and the Bureau 
Iby Wackenhut and his associates, the policy was changed and by SAC 
jLetter of 1/5/65 the restrictions previously placed upon the field 
(with regard to the Wackenhut Corporation were rescinded. 

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Of the above shares, 135,000 are being sold by the Company and 112,300 are being sold by 
George R. Wackenhut, founder and principal stockholder of the Company, and his wife (see The 
Offering and Principal and Selling Stockholders). The Company will receive no part of the 
proceeds of the sale by the Selling Stockholders. Of the shares being sold by the Company, 13,800 are 
being offered initially by the Company to employees and directors of the Company at the pubHc oflEering 
price less underwriting discounts and commissions (see Underwriting) . Any of such 13,800 shares not 
purchased by employees or directors by 10:00 A.M. New York City time on the business day following the 
date of this Prospectus, and the remaining 233,500 shares covered by this Prospectus, are being offered 
by the Underwriters to the public. 

THESE SECURITIES HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR DISAPPROVED BY THE 

SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION NOR HAS THE COMMISSION 

PASSED UPON THE ACCURACY OR ADEQUACY OF THIS PROSPECTUS. 

ANY REPRESENTATION TO THE CONTRARY IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE. 



Prior to this offering there has been no established market for the Common Stock. The offering price has 
been determmed by negotiation among the Company, the Selling Stockholders and the Underwriters. 





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(1) Before deduction of expenses payable by the Company and by the Selling Stockholders estimated at $ 
and $ , respectively. 

(2) Assuming all shares offered to employees and directors are purchased by them. If none are purchased by 
employees or directors and all are sold by Ae Underwriters to the public, the total underwriting discounts and 
commissions will be increased by $ 

The shares of Common Slock covered hereby are being offered by the several Underwriters subject 
to prior sale, and when, as and if delivered to and accepted by the Underwriters, and subject to approval 
of certain legal matters by Messrs. Carter, Ledyard & Milburn, counsel for the Underwriters, and 
Messrs. Scott McCarthy Steel Hector & Davis, counsel for the Company. 



Francis I. duPont, A.C. Allyn, Inc. 



The date of this Prospectus is 



1966 



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No dealer, salesman, or other person has been authorized to give any information or to make any 
representations not contamed in this Prospectus in connection vdth the offering made by this Prospectus, 
and, if given or made, such information or representations must not be relied upon as having been 
authorized by the Company, the Selling Stockholders or the Underwriters. This Prospectus does not 
constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of these securities m any jurisdiction 
in which such offer or solicitation may not lawfully be made. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

The Company 3 

The Offering 3 

Application of Proceeds 4 

Capitalization 5 

Dividends 6 

Consolidated Statements of Income 7 

History 8 

Business 9 

Services 9 

Customers and Sales 12 

Employees 13 

Competition 14 

Regulation 14 

Property 15 

Management 15 

Remuneration 17 

Stock Options 17 

Principal and Selling Stockholders 18 

Description of Capital Stock 19 

Voting Rights 19 

Dividend Rights 19 

Conversion of Class B Stock 19 

Liquidation Rights 20 

Non-cumulative Voting 20 

Reports to Stockholders 20 

Miscellaneous 20 

Litigation 20 

Underwritmg 21 

Legal Opinions 22 

Experts 22 

Opinion of Independent PubUc Accountants 23 

Financial Statements 24 

IN CONNECTION WTTH THIS OFFERING, THE IM>ERWRITERS MAY OVER-ALLOT 
OR EFFECT TRANSACTIONS WHICH STABILIZE OR MAINTAIN THE MARKET PRICE OF 
THE COMMON STOCK OF THE COMPANY AT LEVELS ABOVE THOSE WHICH MIGHT 
OTHERWISE PREVAIL IN THE OPEN MARKET. SUCH STABILIZING, IF COMMENCED, 
MAY BE DISCONTINUED AT ANY TIME. 

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THE COMPANY 

The Company is engaged principally in'the business of furnishing uniformed guards and other 
personnel to protect Government installations, industrial and business facilities, banks, retail stores 
and municipalities against theft, fire, violations of security regulations and accidents. The personnel 
supplied by the Company under contract with its customers include uniformed security guards, fire- 
fighting personnel, motorized and foot patrohnen, land and water rescue squads and uniformed 
receptionists and tour guides. The Company's largest single customer is the United States Government. 
The Company supplies security guards and other personnel to the Atomic Energy Commission's test 
site and other installations in Nevada and to four National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
(NASA) facilities, including the Kennedy Space Center at Merritt Island, Florida, adjoining Cape 
Kennedy. Direct contracts with the Government accounted for approximately 23% of total sales m 
1965; subcontracts for protective services at Government installations accounted for an additional 15%. 
The furnishing of physical security through uniformed guards and other personnel accounted for approx- 
imately 95% of the Company's sales in 1965. Tlie Company also does investigative work for industrial 
organizations, attorneys, insurance companies, banks, retail stores and other busmesses and individuals 
and provides related services including polygraph (lie detector) tests, personnel screening, burglar and 
fire alarm systems and electronic "sweeping" to detect the presence of unauthorized listening devices. 

The Company's business, which was founded m Miami in 1954 as a partnership by George R. 
Wackenhut and three associates, is now conducted by The Wackenhut Corporation, incorporated m 
Florida in 1958, and its subsidiaries. (The Wackenhut Corporation with its subsidiaries and predecessor 
companies is generally referred to herein as the Company or Wackenhut.) Wackenhut now has 23 
ofiices and operates in 22 states (including Hawaii), Puerto Rico, the District of Columbia and, through 
a 50% -owned subsidiary, in Caracas, Venezuela. The Company's executive oflBces are located at 3280 
Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida 

Since its founding less than twelve years ago Wackenhut has grown to be the third largest company 
of its kind in terms of volume of sales, surpassed only by two appreciably larger companies which were 
founded 116 years and 57 years ago respectively. 



THE OFFERING 

As the result of a recapitalization which became effective April , 1966 the Company has two 
classes of stock, Common Stock and Class B Stock, The two classes are identical in all respects except 
that a dividend on the Class B Stock may only be declared if a dividend is simultaneously declared on 
the Common Stock and any such dividend on the Class B Stock must be limited to the amount of 1% per 
share of the dividend per share on the Common Stock, and except that the holders of Class B Stock have 
the option of converting their shares into Common Stock ui cumulative armual instalhnents of 20% 
a year over a five-year period beginning May 1, 1967 (see Description of Capital Stock). 

Following the recapitalization referred to above the issued and outstanding capital stock of the 
Company consisted of 646,700 shares of Class B Stock, all owned jointly by George R* Wackenhut 
and his wife (the Sellmg Stockholders), and 139,300 shares of Common Stock of which Mr. Wackenhut 
and his wife jointly owned 112,300 shares and Mr. Wackenhut individually owned 12,300 shares. 



Accordingly prior to this offering the Selling Stockholders owned 98.13% of the total issued and 
outstanding stock of both classes combined. 

The stock being offered by this Prospectus is Common Stock. Of the 247,300 shares bemg 
offered, 135,000 shares are being sold by the Company and 112,300 shares are being sold by the 
Selling Stockholders. Following this offering there will be an aggregate of 921,000 shares of capital stock 
outstanding of which not less than 233,500 shares (25.35%) nor more than 247,300 shares (26.85%) 
will have been offered to the public, 659,000 shares (71,55%) will be owned by Mr. Wackenhut and 
his wife and the balance will be owned by directors, ofl&cers and employees of the Company. The 
659,000 shares to be owned by Mr, & Mrs. Wackenhut following the offering will consist of 646,700 
shares of Class B Stock owned jointly and 12,300 shares of Common Stock owned by Mr. Wackenhut 
individually. The Common Stock and Class B Stock vote as a single class for the election of directors 
and on all other matters (except proposed charter amendments which would adversely affect the rights 
of either class, as to which approval by a majority vote of each class voting separately is required) and 
accordingly, except as to matters on which each class votes separately, Mi. Wackenhut and his wife 
will continue to have voting control of the Company after this offering. 



APPLICATION OF PROCEEDS 

The net proceeds to be received by the Company from its sale of 135,000 of the shares of Common 
Stock offered by this Prospectus, estimated at $ , will be used in the first instance to repay 

the indebtedness of $ outstanding under the bank loan agreement described below under 

Capitalization and the balance of approximately $ will be added to the Company's general 

funds. Such balance together with the $2,000,000 which will be available under the bank loan agreement 
following such Repayment will thereafter be used from time to time as required for the following purposes: 

New Offices. The Company is actively considering the opening of offices in additional cities. 
A major advantage to the Company of the opening of additional oflBces is that a local office facilitates 
close supervision of guard services supplied by the Company to customers in the area served by 
that office. In addition, each new office adds to the Company's ability to offer nationwide investiga- 
tive service since local offices can be utilized to follow leads on investigations originating in other 
cities. The extension of the Company's network of offices is an integral part of a long-range program 
to expand the Company's investigative and related services (see BvsmESS^Investigative Services 
and Special Services) which resuh in a higher rate of profit than the Company's guard service 
operation. In 1965 investigative and special services accounted for about 4.7% of sales and 6.6% 
of net income. The Company's experience with the opening of new offices in the past is that a 
starting up period of approximately one year must elapse in most cases before a new office becomes 
profitable and of course there can be no advance assurance that any new office will become profitable. 
The cost of opening each new office (including losses during the first year) is approxhnately 
$25,000. The Company now has plans for the opening of four new offices in the near future. 
The number of additional offices which may be opened thereafter cannot be estimated but approxi- 
mately eight additional locations are now being given consideration. 

Building Addition, The growth of the Company's business has created a present need for 
expansion of the building housing the Company's main office, which was built in 1960 and contains 



approximately 14,000 square feet on two floors. The Company has acquired an adjoining plot of 
land containing approximately 12,500 square feet on which it plans to construct an addition of 
10,000 to 25,000 square feet to its present building at an estimated cost of $175,000 to $400,000 
depending on the size of the addition decided upon. It is expected that the drawing of architectural 
plans will begin in the near future and that ground will be broken early in the summer of 1966. 
The Company anticipates that it will be able to finance substantially all of the cost of this con- 
struction through long-term borrowing but to the extent thaf the proceeds of this offermg are not 
immediately required for other purposes such proceeds may be utilized in the construction of this 
addition to the Company's headquarters building. 

Acquisitions, The Company's growth in recent years has been attributable in part to acquisitions 
(see History). The Company is now exploring the possibilities for the acquisition of businesses 
related to its principal business of providing physical security, such as but not limited to the manu- 
facture of alarm systems, intercom systems jmd closed-circuit television. The Company presently 
sells or leases, installs and services such systems, the equipment utilized being purchased from others. 

Working Capital If and to the extent that the Company's business continues to grow as it 
has in recent years (see Consolidated Statements of Income) additional working capital will 
be required and the proceeds received by the Company from this offering together with the 
$2,000,000 bank credit referred to above will be, utilized for this purpose to the extent not previously 
utilized for other purposes. 

Until such time as the above-described plans for expansion are put into effect (there being no assurance 
as to when or the extent to which such plans will be carried out), the Company may as a result of this 
offering have surplus funds not essential for the conduct of its business but as noted above a substantial 
part of such funds will be utilized to reduce the Company's borrowings under its bank loan agreement and 
thereby reduce interest expense. 

CAPITALIZATION 

The following table sets forth the capital structure of the Company as of March 15, 1966 as 
adjusted to give effect to the recapitalization of its stock which became effective April , 1966 and to 
the issuance and sale of the Common Stock being sold by the Company in this offering: 

Amount 
Amount Amount to be 

Description (1) Authorized Outstanding Outstanding 

5% % Mortgage Note due My 1, 1985(2) .. $156,575 $156,575 

6% Mortgage Note due My 15, 1972(3).... 30,944 30,944 

6V4% Promissory Notes due April 30, 
1968(4) $2,000,000 . 900,000 (5) 

Common Stock, 10^ par value 8,500,000 sk(6) 139,300 shs. 274,300 shs. 

Class B Stock, 10(f par value (7) 1,500,000 shs. 646,700 shs. 646,700 shs. 

(1) For information respecting the Company's obligations under leases, see Property and Note 7 to Financial 
Statements. 

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(2) Requires payments of principal and interest of $4,000 quarterly through July 1, 1970 and $3,025 quarterly 
thereafter until July 1, 1985, on which date such quarterly payments will have amortized the loan in full. 

(3) Requires monthly payments of principal and interest of $495 which payments will have amortized the loan in full 
on July 15, 1972. 

(4) Issued pursuant to a Loan Agreement dated December 31, 1965 with The First National Bank of Miami which 
provides a $2,000,000 line of credit to the Company. Under the Loan Agreement the Company may at any time 
and from time to time borrow up to $2,000,000 (less the amount outstanding at the time of the borrowing in 
question) on an unsecured basis at 6V4% per annum. All notes issued under the Loan Agreement become due on 
April 30, 1968. The Company may at any time prepay the loan, or any part thereof in multiples of $100,000, 
and pays a commitment fee of Va oil% per annum on the unused portion of the $2,000,000 authorized amount. 
The Company is required to prepay on the 15th day of each month any portion of the then outstanding loan which 
exceeds>80% of the total of the Company's accounts receivable which are not more than 90 days old. The Loan 
Agreement requires the Company to maintain a net worth of not less than $1,000,000 and provides that on and 
after January 1, 1967 the Company may not allow the total of its liabilities, both long and short term, to exceed 
the total of: cash, 80% of accounts receivable not over 90 days old and 50% of fixed assets at cost less depreciation. 
Prior to January 1, 1967 liabilities may exceed the percentages of assets just stated by up to $800,000. The 
Agreement requires the written consent of the baiik for the Company to mortgage any of its property (other than 
in connection with the proposed addition to its headquarters building described under- Application of Proceeds), 
borrow money from any source other than the Bank, pledge or sell receivables, guarantee obligations of others or 
effect certain mergers or consolidations. 

(5) See Application of Proceeds, 

(6) Includes 646,700 shares reserved for issuance upon conversion of a like number of shares of Class B Stock over 
a period of years (see Description of Capital Stock) and 84,000 shares reserved for issuance upon exercise of 
options granted or which may be granted under the Company's Employee Stock Option Plan (see Stock Options). 

(7) Class B Stock may receive dividends per share only in an amount equal to 1% of dividends per share declared 
and paid on Common Stock and becomes convertible into Common Stock in cumulative annual installments of 
20% per year commencing May 1, 1967 (see Description of Capital Stock). 



DIVIDENDS 



The Company has not heretofore paid dividends on its capital stock. On April , 1966 the 
Board of Directors declared an initial quarterly dividend of (^ per share on the Common Stock 
and of 1% of that amount per share on the Class B Stock, payable , 1966 to holders 

of record , 1966. Purchasers of Common Stock in this offering will be entitled to 

receive this dividend if they do not dispose of their shares before the close of business on the record date. 
Such declaration was made contingent upon the sale to the Underwriters of the shares offered by this 
Prospectus. 

The Board of Directors intends to consider the payment of dividends on a quarterly basis; 
however, the declaration and rate of future dividends will be dependent on the earnings and financial 
condition of the Company and such other factors as the Board may deem relevant. 



CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME 

The following consolidated statements of income of The Wackenhut Corporation and its subsidiary 
have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting. The companies maintain their accounts and file 
their income tax returns on a cash basis. The consolidated statements of income for the five years ended 
December 31, 1965, have been examined by Arthur Andersen & Co., independent public accountants, 
as set forth in their opinion included elsewhere in this Prospectus. These statements should be read in 
conjunction with the other financial statements and notes thereto appearing elsewhere in this Prospectus. 

^ — Year Ended December 31 ^ 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 

Revenue from Services $5,414,769 $7,771,553 $9,553,259 $10,821,241 $17,755,544 

Expenses: 

Salaries and wages — 

Security and investigative $4,024,445 $5,568,017 $6,601,287 $ 7,610,311 $12,705,827 

Officers, executives and other 245,529 604,114 788,522 853,351 1,413,441 

Other operating expenses 429,872 833,237 1,094,802 1,166,883 1,480,994 

General taxes — 

Payroll 222,994 368,473 459,828 501,391 758,140 

Other 6,849 29,208 34,880 44,686 47,140 

Provision for bad debts 7,801 43,000 26,000 23,118 39,926 

Interest 15,219 36,763 25,802 38,928 45,319 

$4,952,709 $7,482,812 $9,031,121 $10,238,668 $16,490,787 

Income before provision for in- 
come taxes $ 462,060, $ 288,741 $ 522,138 $ 582,573 $ 1,264,757 

Provision for Income Taxes (Notes C and E) 253,000 145,000 244,000 245,000 599,000 

Net Income $ 209,060: $ 143,741 $ 278,138 $ 337,573 $ 665,757 

Net income per share of capital stock out- 
standing at end of year (Note D) $ .27 $ .18 $ .36 $ .43 $ .86 

Shares of capital stock outstanding at end of 
year (Note D) 774,000 777,000 777,000 777,000 778,500 

NOTES: 

(A) Acquisitions: 

In August, 1964, the Company acquired the net assets and business of Dawn Patrol (see History). The consoli- 
dated statements of income include the resuhs of operations of Dawn Patrol from the date of acquisition. 

(B) Cash Dividends: 

No cash dividends have been declared or paid during the fiye years ended December 31, 1965, 

(C) Investment Tax Credit: 

The investment tax credit has been applied as a reduction of the provision for income taxes in the amount of $4,426, 
$1,088, $2,814 and $3,767 for the years 1962, 1963, 1964 and 1965, respectively. 

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(D) Stock Split: 

Net income per share and shares of capital stock outstanding at end of each year have been retroactively restated 
to give effect to the recapitalization approved by stockholders on March 7, 1966 (see Note 11 to the Consolidated 
Financial Statements), 

(E) Income Taxes: 

See Note 2 to the Consolidated Financial Statements. 



fflSTORY 

The business was founded in 1954 by George R. Wackenhut and three associates, all former 
Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, to supply investigative services. In July 1955 the 
Company entered the business of providing physical security to private industrial and commercial 
establishments and to municipalities through the services of uniformed guards and other personnel. 
In July 1960 Wackenhut extended its physical security operations to United States Government 
installations through a wholly-owned subsidiary formed to comply with the requirements of a 
federal statute (commonly known as the Anti-Pinkerton Law) which prohibits the Government from 
contracting with companies furnishing investigative or detective services. 

In June of 1962 the Company extended its operations to the West Coast and entered the 
business of providing central alarm system services for protection against fire and theft by the 
acquisition of the assets of General Plant Protection Company and its subsidiaries which at the time 
was considered to be the fifth largest security organization in the nation. Wackenhut paid approxi- 
mately $352,000 in cash and assumed liabilities of approximately $672,000 to acquire the assets 
of the General Plant Protection companies. This acquisition brought approximately 600 employees 
and about the same number of new clients to Wackenhut* 

In August 1964 Wackenhut enlarged its West Coast operation by the acquisition of Dawn Patrol, 
a company furnishing security services in the Los Angeles area, for $733,000 in cash and the 
assumption of liabilities of approximately $47,000. 

On January 1, 1966 Wackenhut acquired the assets of Crawford Research, Inc., a private 
investigative firm in Washington, D. C, for $75,000 in cash and moved its Washington office to 
the offices formerly occupied by Crawford. Also on January 1, 1966 Wackenhut for the first time 
extended its operations outside of the United States and its possessions with the opening of an office 
in Caracas, Venezuela through a 50% -owned subsidiary. 

The Company now has 23 offices — five in Florida, four in California, three in Puerto Rico and one 
each in Atlanta, Boston, Caracas, Columbus, Honolulu, Houston, New Haven, New York, Philadelphia, 
Las Vegas and Washington, D, C. The Company also furnishes guard services to customers in 11 states 
in which it does not have offices. 

At the end of 1961 the Company had 1,332 employees and occupied approximately 10,500 
square feet of leased office space, In that year the Company performed 2,198,565 guard hours of 
work. By the end of 1965 the Company had 4,033 employees and occupied approximately 40,000 
square feet of owned or leased office space. In 1965 the Company performed 6,608,466 guard hours of 
work. 

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BUSINESS 

The Company's principal business, in terms of sales although perhaps not in terms of drama, is 
furnishing physical security— protection against theft and other crimes, breaches of Government security 
regulations, and fire, accident and other casualties — ^to customers which include the United States 
Government, industrial companies, banks, retail stores and municipalities. To perform these services 
the Company provides to its customers, under contract, carefully screened and trained uniformed security 
guards, motorized and foot patrolmen, flrefighting personnel, rescue squads, uniformed women who 
serve as receptionists, "guardettes" and tour guides and the supervisory and advisory services of the 
Company's executive and management personnel, twenty-one of whom formerly served as Special Agents 
with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These services, supplied by the Company's Physical Security 
Division, accounted for approximately 94% of total sales in 1964 and 95.3% in 1965. The Company's 
Investigative and Special Services Divisions — ^which perform general investigative and detective work, 
provide pre-employment and employee personnel screening, sell or lease and service alarm systems to 
protect against fire and burglary and perform a variety of other related services described below — 
accounted for the balance of the Company's sales in those years. 

There are three other major companies engaged in the business of supplying guard and investigative 
services. Two of these companies, which are appreciably larger than Wackenhut, were founded in 1850 
and 1909 respectively and the other was founded in 1913. Wackenhut began business in 1954. The 
Company believes that in terms of volume of sales it now ranks third among these four companies and 
that Wackenhut's share of the total business done by the four companies was approximately 6.7% in 
1961 and 12.8% m 1965. 

Services 

Physical Secnrity 

From the time of the Company's entry into the business of providmg physical security in mid-1955 
Mr, Wackenhut and his associates have based their operations on the concept that adequate physical 
security could no longer be provided by the type of elderly or retired men who traditionally served as 
night watchmen. Accordingly the Company's objective, which it believes it has substantially fulfilled, 
is to provide vigorous, alert, trained and disciplined guards, competent to deal with the variety of 
situations which arise in the protection of major Government and industrial installations. To this end 
a Wackenhut guard applicant is required to complete a comprehensive application; he may then be 
given a basic psychological test, and his background and experience are carefully investigated. Appli- 
cants who are accepted are given a classroom and firearms training course and are supplied by the 
Company with uniforms, and with arms when appropriate. The performance of the Company's guard 
personnel is constantly supervised and evaluated by the Company's guard officers (sergeants, lieutenants 
and captains) and periodically by the Company's executive, managerial and inspection staffs. 

Although most of the Company's guard personnel are men, Wackenhut has made increasing use of 
women in its Physical Security Division. Where customer relations are of prime importance as in the 
case of retail stores, Wackenhut "guardettes" are utilized because the Company's experience has mdicated 
that the public will react with less resentment to a woman in uniform than to men. Uniformed women 
are also utilized as receptionists, secretaries, typists, key punch operators and information and tour 
guides. The Company's "guardettes" are selected, investigated, trained and supervised in much the same 
manner as the Wackenhut guards but they do not carry firearms. 



The Company's Physical Security Division performs all of the range of services which are brought 
to mind by the term "guard service", such as gate control, traffic control and security control and 
inspections for industrial and Government manufacturing, research and storage installations, protection 
of construction sites and the furnishing of bank guards. In addition, however, the Wackenhut Physical 
Security Division performs many services which are not associated in the public mind with a company 
which supplies guard services (and it is for this reason that the Company uses the term "Physical Security 
Division"), including the following: 

Firefighting. Wackenhut furnishes to a number of its clients personnel trained m all aspects of 
firefightmg, including the specialized field of controlling the spread of fires involving space age fuels. 
Installations to which Wackenhut furnishes firefighting personnel as well as security guards include the 
Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Eorida, adjoining Cape Kennedy, operated by the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). 

Patrol Services, Motorized and foot patrols which periodically check office buildings, small industrial 
plants and private homes are provided to a substantial number of clients. In one major City outside 
of the continental United States the Company's night patrols gained such repute that the municipal 
police department placed advertisements in the newspapers urging citizens to call the police department 
rather than Wackenhut when in need of assistance. For the protection of areas surrounded by water, the 
Company provides boat patrols. 

Municipal Police Departments. The Company operates the entire police departments for two small 
municipalities which have found it advantageous to contract with Wackenhut rather than maintaining 
their own police departments. 

Physical Security Surveys and Planning. The Company surveys the properties of clients and 
prospective clients to determine all potential security problems and makes recommendations on perimeter 
fencing, lightmg, electronic alarms, closed circuit television, control of visitors, documents and keys and 
the use of guard and "guardette" personnel. These surveys frequently also include recommendations for 
the protection of trade secrets and other proprietary mformation, the establishment or improvement of 
safety systems and procedures, and disaster and emergency planning. 

Government Security Regulations. Wackenhut provides guidance to mdustrial concerns engaged 
in work requiring compliance with Department of Defense security regulations. Under this program 
Wackenhut prepares manuals detailing required security practices and procedures, provides security 
education programs required by Government regulations and assists the defense contractor in the 
screening of personnel, the preparation of security questionnaires and the destruction of classified 
waste, i.e. classified documents which are no longer requked. 

Rescue Services. Wackenhut provides, for industrial and Government clients, land and water rescue 
squads utilizing crash vehicles, ambulances and specially equipped patrol boats, and also furnishes 
personnel trained in first aid techniques. 

Bank Security. The Company's services to its bank customers include, in addition to the furnishing 
of guard personnel, the physical plannmg of new facilities or buildings from the security standpoint, 
advice on the installation of physical security devices such as alarms and camera systems, security training 
of bank employees, pre-employment screening of money handling personnel and the settmg up of 
internal audit controls and other systems to combat internal thefts. 



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Miscellaneous Services. Wackenhut also provides bus drivers, mail and package handlers, messengers 
and couriers, bodyguards and locksmiths. 

Investitive Services 

The staff of the Company's Investigative Division, which mcludes many former Special Agents of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation, conducts investigations and surveillance for individuals, industrial 
organizations, attorneys, msurance companies, banks, retail establishments and other businesses. The 
Company's investigative work is done principally in the United States but frequently investigation in 
Western Europe, North Africa, the Middle East or Latin America is requked; in most instances overseas 
investigative work is performed for the Company by correspondents (whose qualifications have been 
established to the Company's satisfaction) although in an occasional important case the Company 
will send its own personnel abroad. 

Industrial organizations and other businesses call on Wackenhut's Investigative Division to assist 
them in determming the background and qualifications of executives and other personnel prior to hiring 
or promotion, to determine the reliability of current employees in positions of trust and to supply 
mformation on financial responsibility, payment practices and general reputation of other companies 
in connection with extensions of credit and the consideration of mergers and acquisitions. Wackenhut 
also provides undercover investigators who work temporarily as employees of the client for the purpose 
of discovering and preventing inside thefts such as employee pilferage, embezzlement and the disclosure 
of trade secrets to competitors. The Company's undercover investigators are also used to develop 
procedures and systems for the control of thefts, frauds and shortages and to report on working conditions, 
employee morale, adequacy of employee supervision and inefficient employee practices. Wackenhut 
also performs many different types of investigations for attorneys mcluding location of missing heirs 
and the gathering of information to be used in litigation. 

The Company's Investigative Division employs advanced scientific detection equipment and tech- 
niques, utilizing the services of private crime laboratories when chemical analyses and other specialized 
laboratory techniques are required. Polygraph (lie detector) examinations are given in connection with 
the evaluation of employees being considered for hiring or promotion and the determination of the 
guilt or innocence of personnel suspected of dishonest acts. 

Special Services 

Through its Special Services Division the Company provides alarm systems, counter business espio* 
nage (Wackenhut does not engage in busmess espionage), retail store protection, training programs for 
clients* personnel, hotel security and the operation of a central file containing background information 
on individuals and organizations. 

Alarm Systems, The Company operates a central-station fire and burglar alarm system in the Los 
Angeles area which presenfly serves approximately 400 clients. Burglaries, fires and the occurrence of 
other events detrimental to tihe client's business, such as failure of refrigeration equipment, are recorded 
electronically at the Company's central station. The Company immediately notifies the municipal police 
or fire department and simultaneously dispatches a Wackenhut employee to the scene. In addition to 
its central-station alarm system in the Los Angeles area, the Company sells or leases and services auto- 
matic electronic alarm systems in other geographical areas. These systems are connected either to local 

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police and fire departments or to the customer's own security oflSce (which may be manned by a Wack- 
enhut guard), or to both. 

Counter Business Espionage. In response to the rapid growth of business espionage and manage- 
ment's developing awareness of this problem, Wackenhut performs consulting services to a number 
of major corporations as to methods of detecting and preventing business espionage with particular 
emphasis on the protection of their research and development secrets. Wackenhut conducts electronic 
"sweeps" to counter business espionage through the detection of hidden microphones, telephone taps, 
radio transmitters and similar equipment placed by competitors or disloyal employees. 

Retail Store Protection. A complete retail store protection program performed by Wackenhut for 
many companies combines a number of the services described above with the use of store detectives 
to combat shoplifting and the technique of "shopping" to determine the integrity of the store's cashiers 
and other employees. The principal purpose of the Company's retail store protection service is to reduce 
inventory shrinkage throu^ the control of internal and external losses. Shopping teams supplied by 
Wackenhut also report to the store owner on such matters as stock supply, general store appearance, 
parking facilities, and the courtesy, knowledge and efficiency of sales clerks. 

Training of Clients* Personnel Wackenhut conducts training programs for security, firefighting, 
investigative and other personnel of business organizations and professional groups which prefer to utilize 
their own personnel to perform such services. 

Hotel Security, Wackenhut has set up complete security systems for a number of major hotels and 
provides all uniformed and plainclothes security and investigative personnel required by these hotels. 

Central Files. The Company maintains a central file of information on individuals and organiza- 
tions to expedite personnel screening and other investigations requested by clients. This file presently 
contains over 2,500,000 names and names are being added at the rate of 10,000 per week. (The Com- 
pany believes it is the only organization which can offer its clients a central file of this magnitude 
and full investigative services to supplement and verify information contained in these files.) 

Publications 

The Company prepares two monthly publications which are distributed without charge to clients 
and prospective clients as well as to the Company's employees. The Wackenhut Case Report contains 
summaries of actual cases compiled from the Company's files (with all names and places carefully 
disguised) to illustrate the investigative and security needs of business, industry and the professions 
and the manner in which these needs can be met by services offered by Wackenhut. The Wackenhut 
Security Review contains historical and current information about communist activities. It has a 
circulation of approximately 60,000 and was awarded the George Washington Honor Medal by the 
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in 1962 and the Vigilant Patriots Award by the All-American 
Conference to Combat Communism in 1963 and 1965. 

Customers and Sales 

The Company had over 3,100 customers in 1965, ranging from customers for whom a single guard 
was provided or a single investigation conducted to customers utilizing several hundred of the Company's 



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guards along with the Company's investigative and other services* The Company's largest single customer 
in 1965, an agency of the United States Government which contracted for the Company's services 
for the first time in 1965, accounted for 17.7% of sales last year. The Company's second largest 
customer in 1965 accounted for 13.7% of sales in that year and 10.1% of sales in 1964. The 
Company's third largest customer, also a Government agency, accounted for 5.1% of sales in 1965 and 
3.4% in 1964. No other single customer accounted for more than 2.2% of sales in either of the last 
two years. The Company's ten largest customers in 1965, representing approximately 46% of sales in 
1965 and 28% in 1964, were (in alphabetical ordeir and not necessarily in order of sales volume) the 
Atomic Energy Commission, Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Mack Trucks, Incorporated, the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Airlines, Incorporated, Republic Aviation 
Division of Fairchild Hiller Corporation, Shell Oil Company, Tidewater Oil Company, Trans-World 
Airlines, Inc. and Westinghouse Electric Corporation's Astro-Nuclear Laboratory. 

Most of the Company's guard service contracts with private business are for an initial term of 
one year and provide for automatic renewal from year to year unless terminated by either party. 
The Company's guard service contracts with private customers (other than subcontracts for services at 
Government installations) provide for payment on the basis of a specified amount per guard hour, 
subject to renegotiation in the event that the Company's costs are increased as a result of the enactment 
of any law or governmental regulation or order such as but not limited to a change in the applicable 
minimum wage under federal or state law. Higher hourly rates apply in the case of overtime hours 
requested by the client and in the event of strikes or other labor disputes. 

Part of the Company's work at Government installations is performed under prime contracts with 
Government agencies and part is subcontracted to the Company by prime contractors. Contracts for 
work at Government installations are generally for a term of two or three years and provide either for a 
fixed price for the total services to be performed under the contract, for payment of a specified amount 
per guard hour or for reimbursement to the Company of its cost plus payment of a fixed fee. All Govern- 
ment contracts are subject to termination at the convenience of the Government. Profits on sales under 
Government contracts are subject to the Renegotiation Act of 1951. The part of the Company's 
business which is subject to that Act has been cleared through 1964 and no refunds have been required. 
Renegotiation proceedings with respect to 1965 have not been completed but the Company believes that 
no refunds will be required as a result of renegotiation for that year. 

Employees 

Guards and other personnel supphed by Wackenhut to its customers are employees of Wackenhut 
even though they may be regularly stationed at the customer's premises. Wackenhut has approximately 
4,100 employees of whom approximately 3,800 are guards, firefighters and other personnel providing 
physical security services and the balance are management, supervisory, investigative and clerical personnel 
and technicians who install, service or operate alann systems and other electronic equipment. Approxi- 
mately 42% of the Company's nonsupervisory personnel are covered by collective bargaining agreements. 
Although the Company has been subjected to two strikes, neither of more than one month's duration, 
by an aggregate of approximately* 600 employees, the Company's guard services to its customers were 
maintained throughout these strikes. 



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Twenty-one of the Company's management and investigative positions are held by former Special 
Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, several of whom held supervisory positions widi the 
Bureau— one as a Special Agent In-Charge, two as Inspectors, one as an Inspector In-Charge and 
another as Assistant Chief of the Liaison Section, Domestic Intelligence Division. Other Wackenhut 
management and investigative personnel have served with the National Security Agency, the Central 
Intelligence Agency and investigative and intelligence units of the United States Armed Services and with 
state and local poUce and fire departments. 

Competition 

The Company competes with three other nationwide companies, one of approximately the same 
size as Wackenhut and two appreciably larger (except that one of the two larger companies does not offer 
guard services to the United States Government or its agencies), and with many smaller local companies. 
To procure and keep clients for its physical security services the Company must also satisfy the client 
or prospective client that it is more advantageous for the client to purchase the services from Wackenhut 
than to hire, train and supervise employees and perform these services for itself. The Company believes 
that in many instances it provides guard services to clients at a lower cost than the client would normally 
incur in supplying such services with its own personnel, but in promoting its physical security services 
to clients and prospective clients the Company stresses the advantages of the careful training and expert 
supervision of Wackenhut guards and the reduction of problems due to guard absenteeism. (Wackenhut 
undertakes and is equipped to supply prompt replacement for its personnel when absent due to illness 
or otherwise, and also in most instances to furnish extra guards on short notice when required in 
emergency and other special situations.) 

Contracts for guard and other services at Government installations are generally let by competitive 
bidding but the Government is permitted to and does consider factors other than price, such as the 
quality of the personnel and dependability of services offered by the bidder, in awarding such contracts. 
In most instances in which Wackenhut has been the successful bidder on Government contracts there 
have been one or several companies which submitted bids lower in price. 

Regulation 

Most of the states in which the Company does business, as well as some local Governments, require 
that licenses be procured by companies engaged in detective work. Many of these states and localities 
also require that companies providing guard services be licensed. In a number of jurisdictions the 
individual employees who are engaged in detective work or who serve as guards are requked to procure 
a license in addition to the license required for the Company. Finally, many of the jurisdictions in which 
the Company operates require licenses in connection with the carrying of firearms. 

The Company believes that it has procured the requisite licenses in every jurisdiction in which the 
nature of its business requires it to be licensed. No license issued to the Company has ever been 
revoked and no application for an original license or a renewal has ever been denied. None of these 
licensing statutes contains any provisions permitting the licensing authority to fix or regulate the Company's 
rates or charges. Accordingly, although the necessity of complying with a multitude and variety of 
licensmg statutes and ordinances is an inconvenience to the Company these licensing requirements have 
not proved burdensome or interfered with the Company's business. 



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PROPERTY 

The Company owns the buflding at 3280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Florida in which 
its executive offices are located. The building, constructed in 1960, contains approximately 14,000 
square feet of office space and was purchased by the Company in 1965 for $160,000. During the five 
years preceding this purchase the Company occupied space in the building under lease. The land and 
building are subject to a 5% % mortgage held by an insurance company on which the unpaid principal 
balance on the date of this Prospectus is $154,826. The Company recendy purchased, for $69,645, an 
additional 12,500 square feet of land adjoining its headquarters building on which construction of an 
addition to the present building is planned in 1966 (see Application of Proceeds). 

The Company also owns two adjoining buildings in Los Angeles which were acquired in 1964 as 
part of the assets of Dawn Patrol (see History). These buildings are subject to a 6% mortgage having 
an unpaid balance of approximately $31,000. One of these buildings, containing approximately 5,500 
square feet, is utilized as office space, The other building, containing approximately 6,500 square feet, 
is not presently required by the Company and is leased to others. The remaining offices used by the 
Company, containing an aggregate of approximately 21,000 square feet, are occupied under leases 
expiring at various dates to 1977. Annual rentals under these leases currently aggregate approximately 
$25,000. 

The Company owns, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, the furniture and office equipment 
used in its offices, the uniforms, firearms and accessories utilized by its guard personnel and approxi- 
mately forty motor vehicles, most of which are automobiles. 



MANAGEMENT 

The executive officers and directors of the Company are: 

*George R* Wackenhut President, Chakman of the Board and Director 

- *John S. Anmiarell, Jr Executive Vice President and Director 

Robert M. Kirk Vice President, Development 

William Bitter, Jr Vice President, Industrial and Personnel 

Relations 

Ruth J. Wackenhut Secretary 

Victor P. Keay Assistant Secretary 

C. E, Moore Treasurer 

Mark W. Clark Director 

James M. Darbaker Director 

Ralph E. Davis Director 

Joseph V, Dillon Director 

Kenneth P. McNaughton Director 

♦Will M. Preston , Director 

Raymond A. Quadt Director 

Edward V. Rickenbacker / Director 

Stanley J, Tracy Director 

Loyd Wright Director 

♦ Member of the Executive Committee. 

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The principal occupation during the last five years of George R. Wackenhut and John S. 
Ammarell, Jr. has been their employment by the Company. 

Robert M. Kirk has been employed by the Company since September 1961; before he joined the 
Company Mr. Kirk was Supervisor of Security for the T-1 Missile Site of the Martin Company, manu- 
facturers of missiles and aerospace equipment, at Lowry Field Air Force Base, Denver, Colorado. 

William Bitter, Jr. has been employed by the Company smce June 1961; before joining the Company 
he was Personnel Dkector and Assistant Secretary of Maule Industries, Inc., Miami, Florida, a manu- 
facturer of building materials and supplies. 

Ruth J. Wackenhut has been Secretary of the Company for more than the past five years and has 
held no other employment during this period. Mrs. Wackenhut performs the formal duties of Secretary 
of the Company but receives no salary. The day-to-day operations of the ofiice of the Secretary are 
performed by Victor P. Keay, an attorney, who joined the Company in February 1962. Prior thereto 
Mr. Keay was the Assistant Head of Security of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and 
Secretary of the NATO Security Committee in Paris, France. 

C. E. Moore joined the Company in June 1962 upon the acquisition by Wackenhut of General 
Plant Protection Company, of which Mr. Moore was Treasurer and Comptroller, 

General Mark W. Clark, USA (Ret.), was Commanding General of the Fifth Army in World 
War II and Commander-in-Chief of the Far East Command and the United Nations Command during 
the Korean War. After his retirement from military service on October 31, 1953 General Clark was 
President of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, until his retirement last year. 

James M. Darbaker is Chakman of the Board and a Director of Copperweld Steel Company and 
a director of the American Iron & Steel Institute. 

Ralph E. Davis, who is Director, Western Region, of Wackenhut, was the principal owner of General 
Plant Protection Company which at the time of its acquisition by Wackenhut m 1962 was generally con- 
sidered to be the fifth largest guard and security organization in the country. 

Major General Joseph V. Dillon, USAF (Ret.), formerly senior partner of and now consultant to the 
law firm of DiDon & Dillon, is also Chairman of the Board of Southern Door Company. General Dillon was 
Air Provost Marshal, United States Air Force, and has represented the United States at several inter- 
national conferences. 

Major General Kenneth P. McNaughton, USAF (Ret.), formerly Vice President of and now con- 
sultant to Fan-child Camera & Instrument Corporation, was formerly Deputy Commander, Far East 
Air Forces, Guam. 

Will M. Preston, formerly a senior partner of and now counsel to the law firm of Scott McCarthy 
Steel Hector & Davis, the Company's counsel, is Chairman of the Board and a director of Dade National 
Bank of Miami and a director of American Bankers Life Assurance Company of Rorida. From time to 
time during the last several years, most recently in mid- 1965, Dade National Bank of Miami has made 
short-term loans to the Company in various amounts not exceeding an aggregate of $200,000 at any 
one time outstanding, at interest rates comparable to those then being paid by the Company to other banks. 



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Raymond A. Quadt is Vice President of Pascoe Steel Corporation and was formerly Chairman of 
the Board of Loud Company, a subsidiary of National Distillers and Chemical Corporation (of which he 
was a Vice President). 

Edward V, Rickenbacker, who gained fame as the leading American ace of World War I, was, prior 
to his retirement, the Chairman of the Board and a director of Eastern Airlines. 

Stanley J. Tracy, until recently Director of Alumni Relations for The George Washington University, 
was formerly an Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 

Loyd Wright, senior partner of the law fim of Wright, Wright, Goldwater & Mack, is a Past 
President of the American Bar Association and Honorary Life Chairman of the International Bar 
Association. In 1955 President Eisenhower appointed Mr. Wright Chairman of a 12-member Com- 
mission on Government Security created by Congress which conducted an intensive 18-month study of 
security problems and reported to Congress and the President in June 1957. 

Kemuneralion 

During 1965 George R. Wackenhut, as President and Chairman of the Board, received remunera- 
tion from the Company of $46,800 and John S. Ammarell, Jr., as Executive Vice President, received 
$33,280. All officers and directors of the Company as a group (consisting of 16 persons) received 
aggregate direct remuneration of $120,845 for 1965. Mr. Wackenhut's salary in 1966 will be $52,000 
and Mr. Ammarell's will be $36,920. As a result of these and other salary increases and the election of 
Messrs. Kirk and Bitter as officers in 1966, the aggregate direct remuneration expected to be paid to all 
officers and directors as a group in 1966 is approximately $176,000. 

STOCK OPTIONS 

As of March 15, 1966 options to purchase 60,525 shares of Common Stock (as adjusted to 
reflect the recapitalization which became effective April , 1966), granted under the Company's 
Employee Stock Option Plan, were outstanding. These options were granted to executive and manage- 
ment personnel of the Company (no options having been granted to Mr. Wackenhut, however) . Options 
granted prior to January 1, 1964 were intended to be "restricted stock options" and options granted 
on or after that date were intended to be "qualified stock options" as those terms are defined in §§422 
through 424 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended. The Plan provides that with respect 
to options granted prior to January 1, 1964 the option price shall be not less than 85% of the fair 
market value of the Common Stock on the date of grant and that with respect to options granted 
after December 31, 1963 the option price shall be not less than the fair market value of the Common 
Stock on the date of grant. There having been no established market price for the Common Stock 
prior to this offering, fair market value was determined by the Stock Option Plan Committee. 

The options on 60,525 shares outstanding under the Plan expire at various dates from March 5, 
1967 to September 30, 1970 and are exercisable at an average price of $2.30 per share. These out- 
standing options on 60,525 shares included options held by officers and directors as follows: Mr, 
Ammarell held an option to purchase 15,000 shares at a price of $1.68 per share granted March 5, 
1962 and expiring March 5, 1967. All officers and directors as a group held options on an aggregate of 
24,000 shares, including the 15,000 held by Mr, Ammarell; of these 24,000 shares, options on 15,000 
expking March 5, 1967 were exercisable at $1.68 per share, options on 7,125 shares expiring September 

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5, 1967 were exercisable at $2.83 per share and options on 1,875 shares expiring March 5, 1968 were 
exercisable at $2.83 per share. The public offering price of the 247,300 shares of Common Stock being 
offered by this Prospectus is set forth on the cover page hereof. 

The options described above expire on the earlier of the date five years from the date of grant 
or the date on which the optionee's employment by the Company is termmated (except that the estate 
or heirs of an optionee who dies while in the employ of the Company and more than 18 months 
after the date of grant may exercise his options until the date five years from the date of grant). None 
of these options is exercisable during the 18-month period following the date of grant and the Committee 
has the right to revoke any option during such 18-month period. During the optionee's lifetime 
these options may be exercised only by him; they are transferable only to the optionee's heirs or 
legatees upon his death. The optionee may purchase all or any part of the optioned shares by makmg 
payment in cash on the date of issuance of the shares, which must be withm 90 days after the date 
on which the optionee notifies the Company of his election to exercise the option, or he may elect to 
purchase all shares optioned to him and pay for them on an installment basis by authorizing the 
Company to deduct the purchase price from his salary. Whenever the amounts deducted from the 
optionee's salary equal the option price for 100 shares, a certificate for that number of shares is issued 
to him so that no shares are issued until the Company has received payment in full therefor at the 
option price. Each option also provides that until March 4, 1972, shares purchased upon the exercise 
of the option may not be sold or transferred unless first offered to the Company at their then fair market 
value as determined by the Company and that upon termination of the optionee's employment by the 
Company (except by reason of his death) shares so purchased must similarly be offered to the Company 
and, if the Company elects not to purchase the offered stock, then it must be offered by the optionee to 
all other employees of the Company who have purchased stock pursuant to the Plan. 

PMNQFAL AND SELLING STOCKHOLDERS 

The outstanding capital stock of the Company as of March 15, 1966 (as adjusted to reflect the 
recapitalization which became effective April , 1966) consisted of 139,300 shares of Common 
Stock and 646,700 shares of Class B Stock. George R. Wackenhut, founder and chief executive officer 
of the Company, and his wife, owned 124,600 shares of Common Stock and all of the Class B Stock. 
The 247,300 shares being offered by this Prospectus is Common Stock, of which 112,300 are issued and 
outstanding shares being sold by Mr. & Mrs. Wackenhut and 135,000 are newly issued shares being 
sold by the Company. Accordingly following this offermg Mr. & Mrs. Wackenhut jointly will contuiue 
to own all of the 646,700 shares of Class B Stock, amounting to 70.22% of both classes combined, 
and Mr, Wackenhut individually will own 12,300 shares of Common Stock (4.48% of the Common 
Stock and 1.34% of both classes combmed). The voting, dividend and other rights of each class of 
stock and the convertibility of the Class B Stock into Common Stock are summarized under The Offering 
and described in detail under Description of Capital Stock. 

The following table shows, as of March 15, 1966 (as adjusted to reflect the recapitalization which 
became effective April , 1966), the stock ownership of Mr. & Mrs. Wackenhut (the only persons 
owning more than 10% of any class of capital stock of the Company) and of all directors and officers 
of the Company as a group, the number of shares of Conunon Stock being sold by Mr. & Mrs. Wackenhut 



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and the amount and percentage of stock to be owned by them and by officers and directors as a group 
following the sale to the Underwriters of the shares offered by this Prospectus. 



rShares Owned as of March 15, 1966(1 )-^ Shares 

Per Cent of Being 

Both Classes Sold 

Common Class B Combined Common 



Shares to be Owned After Sale — — ^ 

Per Cent of 
Both Classes 
Common Class B Combined(3) 



112,300 646,700 96.56% 112,300 None 646,700 70.22% 



George R. Wackenhut and Ruth J. 

Wackenhut, his wife(2) 

3280 Ponce de Leon Boule- 
vard, Coral Gables, Florida.... 

George R. Wackenhut, Individually 

All Officers and Dkectors as a 
Group 133,300 646,700 99.24% 112,300 



12,300 



None 1.56% 



None 



12,300 None 1,34% 

21,000 646,700 72.50% 



Notes: 

(1) As adjusted to reflect the recapitalization of the Company's stock which became effective April , 1966. 
Ownership is both record and beneficial in all cases. 

(2) These shares are owned jointly by Mr. & Mrs. Wackenhut, with right of survivorship. Mr. & Mrs, Wackenhut 
may be deemed to be "parents" of the Company as that term is defined under the Securities Act of 1933 as amended. 

(3) Based on 921,000 shares to be issued and outstanding upon the completion of this offering, which 921,000 
shares will include the 135,000 shares of Common Stock being sold by the Company. 

DESCRIPTION OF CAPITAL STOCK 

The Company has two classes of capital stock: Common Stock (lOjzf par value) and Class B 
Stock (lOj^ par value). The Class B Stock is divided into five subclasses respectively called Series of 
1967, Series of 1968, Series of 1969, Series of 1970 and Series of 1971, the only difference between 
such subclasses being the date on which they become convertible into Common Stock as described below. 

Voting Rights 

Each holder of Common Stock and of Class B Stock has one vote per share held. AU vote as a 
single class except that, as required by law, stockholders vote separately by classes in case of proposed 
charter amendments which would adversely affect the rights of the holders of either class. 

Dividend Rights 

The holders of the Common Stock and Class B Stock are entitled to receive dividends when and as 
declared by the Board of Directors. Dividends on Class B Stock may be declared only simultaneously 
with the declaration of dividends on Common Stock, and dividends on Class B Stock (other than 
stock dividends) must be in the amount of 1% per share of the dividend per share on Common Stock, 

Stock dividends on, or stock splits of, either class of stock may be paid or issued only in stock of 
that class, and only if parallel action is taken at the same time with respect to the other class, so that the 
number of shares of each class is increased in like proportion. Upon the declaration of any stock 
dividend each holder of Class B Stock of any Series is entitled to receive such dividend only in 
additional shares of the same Series; the same requirement applies to any stock split. 

Conversion of Class B Stock 

Each share of Class B Stock may at the option of the holder thereof be converted at the times herein 
stated into one share of Common Stock. The shares of Class B Stock are divided into five Series as 



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shown in the following table, each of which may not be converted prior to the date specified* There are 

129,340 shares of each Series issued and outstanding. 

Convertible 
Scries on or after: 

1967 May 1, 1967 

1968 May 1, 1968 

1969 May 1, 1969 

1970 May 1, 1970 

1971 May 1, 1971 

Qass B Stock may not be converted during any period between the declaration of a dividend on the 
Common Stock and the record date for the payment thereof. Shares of Class B Stock surrendered 
for conversion are cancelled and may not be reissued, When all outstanding shares of Class B Stock 
have been converted, the authorization for shares of Class B Stock automatically terminates and no 
additional shares of Class B Stock may thereafter be issued. 

Liquidation Rights 

The holders of Conunon Stock and Class B Stock participate equally, share for share, in any 
liquidatmg distribution to stockholders. 

Non-cumulative Voting 

The Company's certificate of incorporation does not provide for cumulative voting which means 
that the holders of more than 50% of the total number of shares of both classes (which vote as a 
single class for the election of directors) can elect all of the directors and the holders of the remaining 
shares will not be able to elect any directors. Following this offering George R. Wackenhut and 
his wife will own approxunately 71.55% of the total number of shares of both classes combined. 

Reports to Stockholders 

The Company intends to furnish to its stockholders annual reports containing certified financial 
statements. Special reports may be issued concerning events of major significance but the Company 
does not intend to adopt a policy of issuing regular interim reports. 

Miscellaneous 

Stockholders are not liable for assessments or further costs and do not have preemptive rights. 
First National City Bank, New York, New York and The First National Bank of Miami, Miami, Eorida, 
are the Transfer Agents of the Common Stock. 

LITIGATION 

Aside from certain actions which are believed to be fully covered by the Company's Uability insur- 
ance and are being defended by its insurance carriers, the only significant lawsuits pending against the 
Company are a number of related actions instituted in the Superior Court of San Juan, Puerto Rico on 
and after March 31, 1964 by or on behalf of approximately 600 employees or former employees of the 
Company for certain additional wages claimed by the plaintiffs to be due prunarily for double time pay 
in lieu of a one hour lunch break required by a Puerto Rican law enacted on June 27, 1961. The major 
portion of the plaintiffs' claims relates to the statutorily required "lunch break" pay for the period 



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between the enactment of the legislation and action by the Puerto Rican Secretary of Labor granting a 
reduction in the required lunch break period for the Company's guard employees, (The Company 
cannot permit its guards to leave their posts for a one hour lunch period because they are widely scattered 
at various locations and it is not feasible to provide relief guards.) Although the plaintiffs in these 
actions have sued for amounts which in the aggregate are substantial they concede that they do not know 
the amounts actually owed to them. According to the Company's records its aggregate liability to all of 
its employees and former employees (and their counsel, who under Puerto Rican law can collect their 
fees from the Company as defendant in these actions) for "lunch break" pay is approximately $25,000 
and all of these pending lawsuits and certain claims raising the same issues are expected to be settled for 
not more than that amount, 

UNDERWRITING 

The Underwriters named below, for whom Francis I. duPont, A. C, AUyn, Inc. is acting as Repre- 
sentative, have severally agreed, subject to the terms and conditions of the Purchase Contract, to 
purchase severally and not jointly from the Company and the Selling Stockholders the respective per- 
centages of the 13,800 shares of Common Stock being offered by the Company to employees and directors 
which are not purchased by employees or directors, and of the remaining 233,500 shares, set forth below 
opposite their respective names: 



Underwriter 



Address 



Percentage 
of Shares 



Francis I. duPont, A. C. Allyn, Inc One Wall Street, New York, N. Y. 10005 



Total 100.00% 



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The offering of the Common Stock is made subject to receipt and acceptance thereof by the Under- 
writers and subject to prior sale and to the right to withdraw, cancel or modify the offering without 
notice. The Underwriters are committed to take and pay for all of the shares offered hereby (other than 
shares, not in excess of 13,800, purchased by employees or directors) if any are taken. The Company and 
the Selling Stockholders have agreed to indemnify the Underwriters against certain liabilities, including 
liabilities under the Securities Act of 1933. The Purchase Contract provides that the Company and 
the Selling Stockholders will each pay their pro rata share of the expenses of the offering except that each 
will bear his own stock transfer tax expense. 

The Underwriters propose to offer part of the^ res being acquired by them directly to the public 
at the initial public offering price set forth on the ,,,.^'er page of this Prospectus and part to dealers 
at a price which represents a concession not in excess of jzf per share under the pubUc offering 
price. The Underwriters may allow and such dealers may reallow a concession of not in excess of ^ 
per share to certain brokers and dealers. After the initial public offering, the pubUc offering price 
and concession may be changed. 

Of the 135,000 shares to be sold by the Company, 7,500 will be offered by the Company to 
employees of the Company and 525 shares will be offered by the Company to each of its directors (other 
than Mr. Wackenhut) at the price to employees and directors designated on the cover page of this 
Prospectus. Any of the 6,300 shares offered to the directors which are not purchased by them will be 
added to the 7,500 shares offered to employees. In case of an over-subscription by employees, the Com- 
pany will allocate the aggregate number of shares offered to employees in its discretion. Any of the 13,800 
shares being offered to employees and directors not subscribed for by them by the time and date shown 
on the cover page of this Prospectus will be purchased by the Underwriters from the Company, together 
with the 233,500 shares not being offered to employees or directors and being acquired by the Under- 
writers from the Company and the Selling Stockholders, and will be offered by the Underwriters to the 
public at the public offering price. 

LEGAL OPINIONS 

Legal matters concerning the offering are being passed upon for the Company and the Selling 
Stockholders by Messrs. Scott McCarthy Steel Hector & Davis, First National Bank Building, Miami, 
Florida and for the Underwriters by Messrs. Carter, Ledyard & Milburn, 2 Wall Street, New York, New 
York. Will M, Preston, a director of the Company, is counsel to the firm of Scott McCarthy Steel Hector 
& Davis. 

EXPERTS 

The financial statements and schedules included in this Prospectus and elsewhere in this Registration 
Statement have been examined by Arthur Andersen & Co., independent public accountants, as indicated 
in their opinions with respect thereto, and are included herein or in the Registration Statement in reliance 
upon the authority of said firm as experts in giving said opinions. Reference is made to said opinion which 
is qualified with respect to the consummation of the proposed recapitalization referred to in Note 11 to the 
Consolidated Financial Statements. 



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OPINION OF INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

To The Wackenhut Corporation: 

We have examined the consolidated balance sheet of The Wackenhut Corporation (a Florida corpo- 
ration) and its subsidiary as of December 31, 1965, and the related consolidated statements of income 
(included under the heading "Consolidated Statements of Income" herein) and surplus for the five 
years then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, 
and accordingly included such tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as 
we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

As set forth in Note 2 to the consoUdated financial statements, the Company and its subsidiary have 
consistently maintained their accounts and filed tlieir income tax returns on a cash basis. However, the 
accompanying consoUdated financial statements have been prepared by the Company and its subsidiary 
on the accrual basis of accounting by the application of memorandum entries to the cash basis financial 
statements to reflect uncollected billings, unbilled services, and accruals for payrolls, taxes and other 
expenses. 

In our opinion, subject to the consummation of the proposed recapitalization referred to in Note 11 
to the consolidated financial statements, the accompanying consolidated balance sheet and consolidated 
statements of income and surplus present fairiy the financial position of The Wackenhut Corporation 
and its subsidiary as of December 31, 1965, and the results of their operations for the five years then 
ended, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied during the periods. 



Arthur Andersen & Co. 



Atlanta, Georgia, 
March 9, 1966 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET 

December 31, 1965 



ASSETS 

Current Assets: 

Cash $ 218,501 

Accounts receivable, less $114,901 reserve for doubtful accounts 3,791,881 

Due from officer and employees 15,728 

Prepaid expenses, etc 286,003 

Total current assets $4,312,113 

Property and Equipment, at cost, partially pledged (Notes 5 and 6): 

Land $202,040 

Buildings 163,000 

Furniture and equipment, etc 560,747 

$925,787 
Less— Reserves for depreciation and amortization (216,968) 708,819 

Other Assets: 

Cost in excess of book value of net assets acquired (Note 4) $561,239 

Uniforms and accessories (Note 3) 315,908 

Other 42,653 919,800 

$5,940,732 

LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities: 

Notes payable, including current installments on long-term notes (Note 6) $ 22,284 

Accounts payable — trade 46,241 

Accrued expenses — 

Salaries and wages 391,347 

Taxes other than income taxes 19,538 

Other 19,609 

Accrued income taxes (Note 2) — 

Taxes payable on cash accounting basis — 

Taxes applicable to accrual accounting adjustments 1,541,201 

Total current liabilities $2,040,220 

Long-Term Notes Payable, less current installments (Note 6) 2,177,246 

Commitments and Contingencies (Notes 7 and 10) 

Shareholders' Interest (Notes 6, 8 and 11): 
Common Stock, par value 10^ per share- 
Authorized, 8,500,000 shares 
Outstanding, 131,800 shares $ 13,180 

Class B Stock, par value 10^ per share — 
Authorized, 1,500,000 shares 
Outstanding, 646,700 shares 64,670 

Capital surplus 2,420 

Earned surplus 1,642,996 1,723,266 

$5,940,732 

' The accompanying notes to financial statements are an integral part of this balance sheet. 

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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF SURPLUS 

For the Five Years Ended December 31, 1965 

— Year Ended December 31 

1961 1962 1963 1964 

Eakned Surplus: 

Balance at beginning of year $78,077 $243,737 $387,478 $ 665,616 

Net income 209,060 143,741 278,138 337,573 

$287,137 $387,478 $665,616 $1,003,189 
Transfer to capital in connection with a 

stock split effected in the form of a 

700% stock dividend (43,400) — -• ^ 

Transfer to capital in connection with a 

three-for-two stock split (Note 11) — — — — 

Balance at end of year $243,737 $387,478 $665,616 $1,003,189 

CAPriAL Surplus: 

Balance at beginning of year $— $— $— $ — 

Proceeds in excess of par value of 1,500 

shares of common stock issued under 

stock options — — — — 

Balance at end of year $_«$_ $— $ — 

The accompanying notes to financial statements are an integral part of these statements. 



1965 

$1,003,189 

665,757 

$1,668,946 



(25,950) 
$1,642,996 



$ - 



2,420 
$ 2,420 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

(1) Basis of Consolidation: 

The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of the Company and its wholly-owned subsidiary. 
All intercompany transactions and balances have been eliminated in consolidation. 

The excess of underlying book value over the Company's investment in its subsidiary ($116,699) at December 31, 
1965, has been credited to earned surplus in consolidation* 

(2) Memorandum Entries for Uncollected Billings, Unpaid Expenses, Etc.: 

The companies have consistently maintained their accounts and filed their income tax returns on a cash basis. 
Memorandum or statistical records are kept of uncollected billings, unpaid expenses, etc. The consolidated financial 
statements included herein have been prepared on the accrual basis of accounting by application of memorandum 
entries to reflect uncollected billings, unbilled services, and accruals for payrolls, taxes and other expenses. 

The estimated liability for Federal and state income taxes that would ultimately be payable in the event that 
the assets (reflected by the memorandum entries) are converted into cash and all liabilities liquidated, has been 
recognized in the accompanying consolidated financial statements. The companies have accumulated cash-basis losses 
of approximately $565,000 and the accompanymg consolidated financial statements therefore reflect no provision or 
liability for income taxes payable on a cash basis. 

The companies will not be required to pay any income taxes until the future taxable cash receipts exceed tax- 
deductible expenses by more than $565,000 (as discussed in the preceding paragraph, the companies have accumulated 
cash-basis losses of approximately $565,000). 

(3) Retroactive Change in Accounting for Uniforms and Accessories: 

The consolidated statements of income and earned surplus for the four years ended December 31, 1964, as 
previously reported, have been retroactively restated based upon operating experience to reflect amortization of 
uniforms and accessories principally over a two-year period instead of a one-year period. This change resulted in 
a restatement of net income and earned surplus but did not have a significant effect on the amounts previously reported. 

(4) Cost in Excess of Book Value of Net Assets Acquired: 

The cost in excess of book value of net assets acquired from certain companies in prior years is not being amortized 
because in the opinion of management of the Company there has been no diminution in the value and there is no 
indication of a limitation in the useful life thereof. 

(5) Property and Equipment: 

The Company and its subsidiary use the straight-line method of providing for depreciation of property and equip- 
ment at annual rates applied to the cost of the assets. The estimated lives used in computing depreciation during the 

three years ended December 31, 1965, were as follows: 

Years 

Buildings 20-33V3 

Furniture, fixtures and equipment 5-10 

Automobiles and trucks 3 

Alarm systems 33V^ 

Communications equipment, etc 5-20 

Leasehold improvements Term of leases 

The costs of maintenance and repair of property and equipment are charged to expense as incurred. Costs of 
renewals and betterments are capitalized in the property accounts. When properties are replaced, retired, or otherwise 
disposed of, the cost of such properties and the accumulated depreciation are deducted from the asset and depreciation 
reserve accounts. The related profit or loss, if any, is recorded in the income account. 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 



NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS^ (Continued) 



(6) Notes AND Collateral: 

Notes payable consisted of the following at December 31, 1965: 
Interest Rate Total 

53/4% $ 156,575 

6% 42,955 

6^/4% 2,000,000 

$2499,530 



Current Long-Term 

$ 7,149 $ 149,426 

15,135 27,820 

— 2,000,000 

$22,284 $2,177,246 



Certain land and buildings (cost $260,000) are mortgaged as collateral for the 5^4% and 6% notes. 

The 6^/4% note payable to Bank in the amount 0I: $2,000,000 is due April 30, 1968, and is guaranteed by the 
President of the Company (who is also the principal stockholder) and his wife. The Bank has agreed to release 
this personal guaranty when funds from the proposed public offering are received by the Company. The terms of 
the related loan agreement provide, among other things, that the Company will not: 

(a) Permit net worth, as defined to be less than, $1,000,000. 

(b) Permit the outstanding amount of the lojin to exceed 80% of total accounts receivable which are not 
more than 90 days old. 

(c) Create indebtedness except as permitted in the loan agreement. 

(d) Permit total liabilities to exceed specified percentages of certain assets. 

Reference is made to Application of Proceeds and Capitalization herein for additional information. 

(7) Commitments and Contingencies: 

A part of the companies' sales are made under Government contracts subject to final statutory renegotiation. 
It is the opinion of management that no refund of profits wilt be required under renegotiation. 

The companies lease office space under leases expiring between 1968 and 1977. Annual rentals under the leases total 
approximately $25,000 through 1967 with declining amounts thereafter. 

(8) Stock Option Plans: 

The Company has a "restricted stock option plan", approved by the stockholders in 1962, whereby options were 
granted to certain key employees to purchase the Company's common stock at not less than 85% of the fair value 
(as determined by a Committee of the Board of Directors) of the shares at the date of grant. Under the terms of 
the Stock Option Agreement, the options are exercisable eighteen months from date of grant. The options expire five 
years from date of grant or upon termination of smployment (except in the case of death), whichever first occurs. 
This plan was superseded by the adoption in 1964 of a '^qualified stock option plan" (described below); consequently, 
no further options will be granted under this plan. Additional information related to shares subject to option under 
the "restricted stock option plan" is summarized below: 

Options Outstanding at December 31, 1965: 

Fair Value 

Number / — Option Price ^ r '" " ** Dates of Grant ^ 

of Shares Per Share Aggregate Per Share Aggregate 

Granted during: 

1962 59,250 $1.68 and $2.83 $110,353 $1.97 and $3.33 $129,670 

1963 7,875 2.83 and 3.12 23,602 3.33 and 3.67 27,750 

Total outstanding 67,125 $133,955 $157,420 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 



NOTES TO CONSOLroATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS— (Continued) 

Options Which Became Exercisable: 

Fair Value 

Number f Option Price ^ f at Dates Exercisable ^ 

of Shares Per Share Aggregate Per Share Aggregate 

Exercisable during: 

1963 51,375 $1.68 $ 86,310 $3.12 $160,290 

1964 12,750 2.83 36,125 3.56 and 4.00 46,875 

1965 4,500 3.12 14,040 5.67 25,500 

68,625 $136,475 $232,665 

Options Exercised: 

Fair Value 

Number ^ —Option Price -^ f at Dates Exercised ^ 

of Shares Per Share Aggregate Per Share Aggregate 

Exercised during; 

1965 1,500 $1.68 $ 2,520 $5.67 $ 8,500 



In September, 1964, the stockholders approved a ^'qualified stock option plan*' whereby options for the purchase 
of common stock may be granted to certain key employees at not less than 100% of the fair value (as determined 
by a Committee of the Board of Directors) of the shares at the date of grant. The options are exercisable eighteen 
months from date of grant and expire five years from date of grant or upon termination of employment (except in 
the case of death), whichever first occurs. Additional information related to shares subject to option under the 
**qualified stock option plan" is summarized below: 



Options Outstanding at December 31, 1965: 



Granted during: 

1964 

1965 

Total outstanding 



Number 
of Shares 



4,275 
1,125 
MOO 



Per Share 

$4.00 
5.67 and 8.27 



-Option Price- 



Aggregate 

$17,100 

8,520 

$25,620 



Per Share 
$4.00 

5.67 and 8.27 



Fair Value 
-at Dates of Grant- 



Aggregate 

$17,100 

8,520 

$25,620 



None of the options granted under the ^'qualified stock option plan" were exercisable at December 31, 1965. 

The Company's stock is closely held and has not been traded during the periods in which options were granted, 
became exercisable and were exercised, A Committee of the Board of Directors determines the fair value of the 
Company's common stock based on various considerations including earnings per share, book value, etc. 

A total of 84,000 shares of the Company's common stock is reserved for the stock option plans. Options for 
72,525 shares of common stock had been granted and were outstanding at December 31, 1965. 

The above option prices, market values per share and the number of shares have been adjusted for the stock 
split approved by stockholders on March 7, 1966— see Note 11. 

The Company follows the procedure of recording proceeds in excess of the par value of shares of common stock 
issued under stock options as capital surplus and no charges have been reflected in income with respect to these 
options. 



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THE WACKENHUT CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARY 

NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS— (Concluded) 

(9) Supplementary Profit and Loss Information: 

The following amounts have been included as deductions in the statements of income under the caption "other 
operating expenses": 



Maintenance and repairs $151,549 

Depreciation and amortization 63,153 

Rents 100,058 

Management and service contract fees and 

royalties ,.. — 




(10) Acquisitions Subsequent to December 31, 1965: 

Reference is made to History herein for information relating to certain acquisitions subsequent to December 31, 
1965. 

(11) Recapitalization: 

Pursuant to a plan of recapitalization approved by stctckholders on March 7, 1966, to become effective April 
1966, the following transactions occurred: 

(a) The Common Stock outstanding was split 3 for 2 which resulted in an additional 259,500 shares of 
Common Stock outstanding as of December 31, 1965. For each share issued as a result of this distribution the sum 
of 10^, the par value, was transferred from the Company's earned surplus account to its Common Stock account. 
Accordingly, based on common shares outstanding at December 31, 1965, the earned surplus account was 
reduced by $25,950 and the Common Stock account was increased by $25,950, 

(b) The then outstanding Common Stock of the Company was exchanged (and thereafter retired and can- 
celled) for 131,800 shares (as of December 31, 1965) of Common Stock, 10# par value, and 646,700 shares (as 
of December 31, 1965) of Class B Stock, 104 par value. 

The plan of recapitalization described above has been reflficted in the consolidated financial statements as of December 
31, 1965. 

Common Stock and Class B Stock are identical except that dividends on Class B Stock are limited to 1% per share 
of the dividend per share on Common Stock. The Class B Stock is convertible into Common Stock on a share-for-share 
basis to the extent of 129,340 shares each year commencing May 1, 1967. The Company has reserved 646,700 shares 
of Common Stock for conversion of the Class B Stock, 



247,300 Shares 



Until , 1966 (90 days after 

the date of this Prospectus) all dealers effect- 
ing transactions in the registered securities, 
whether or not participating in this distribu- 
tion, may he required to deliver a prospectus* 
This is in addition to the obligation of dealers 
to deliver a prospectus when acting as under- 
writers and with respect to their unsold 
allotments or subscriptions^ 



Common Stock 

(10^ Par Value) 



The Wackenhut Corporation 



The Company has filed with the Securities and 
Exchange Commission, Washington, D. C. a Reg- 
istration Statement under the Securities Act of 
1933 with respect to the securities offered by this 
Prospectus. This Prospectus does not contam all 
of the information set forth in the Reg^tration 
Statement. For further information with respect 
to the Company and such securities, reference is 
made to the Registration Statement and to the 
exhibits and schedules filed therewith. Each 
statement made in this Prospectus referring to a 
document filed as an exhibit to the Registration 
Statement is qualified by reference to the exhibit 
for a complete statement of its terms and con- 
ditions. 



PROSPECTUS 



Dated 



1966 



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that he cannot be of assistance iin this matter. 

Sincerely yoiirs, 



Helen W* Gandy 
SecratJiry 

1 - Miami - Enclosure 

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since correspondent indicates he has cooperated with the FBI in 
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May 26, 1966 



After working for five years as a Security Guard with 
the l^^ckentmtCorporation, 3280 Ponce de Leon, Coral Gables, 
Miami, I was dismssemast December 1965 after having recovered 
from an accident I encountered while performing my duties. 

During those five years I discharged my duties faithfully 
and without any complaints on their part, and the company was 
always helpful when I needed it and this I always remember and . 
appreciate. ^ _, . ^ 

Since I was dismissed in December 1965 I have been unable 
to find a job, perhaps because I am 60 years old, and by now my 
savings are all gone and ccedit too, and therefore I am in a very ^ 
difficult situation. I consider myself healthy and physically 
fit to earn my own living and not have to depend on the Welfare* 

In the past I have collaborated with the Immigration 
authorities and the FBI in Miami and I am most anxious to continue 
doing so, especially with the FBI. 

The purpose of this letter, Mr. Hoover, is to request your 
^ kind assistance to see if it would be possible for you to write to 
Mr. George Wackenhut of the Wackenhut Corp. and request that they 
employ me again in the assux^ance that they can count on my extreme|^~j 



loyalty and faithful service at all times. i^%^ I/) ^ 3 ^S^^^^' k^S 
Thank you in advance for yout kind attention to this letter.! 

Very truly yours^ 



AngMlo M. Raggona fs 








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COMMUNISM and YOU! 



"We seek to build a new left in America ...A new 
left must" start" controversy across the land." 



Students for a Democratic Society 



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In March 1966, Joffre Stewart, a self-styled "anarchist-pacifist" from Chicago, visited the 
campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, where, according to newspaper reports, he was thi 
guest speaker at a rally sponsored by the campus chapter of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). 

He was there to encourage students to "uproot the power structure completely" and to urge 
their participation in a Chicago "peace" demonstration protesting U.S. actions in Vietnam. An eyewitness] 
reporter of "The Indianapolis News" said Stewart graciously agreed not to burn the American Flag at the 
meeting, then: 

"Unfurling a small American Flag approximately 18 by 12 inches, rolled on a 24-inch stick,! 
Stewart said: M said I wouldn't burn the Flag tonight and I won't.' Turning to a 45-degree position facing 
away from the audience, standing to the right of the podium, Stewart spit twice on the Flag. He then assur 
position to the left of the podium, again at a 45-degree angle. . .Stewart again spit twice on the flag. He 
then tore the American Flag apart, threw the American Flag to the ground and stepped on it." 

The SDS chapter chairman, following Stewart's talk, reportedly appealed for new members a 
ipromised "more speakers of this type." United Press International reported: "The Purdue University Student 
ljGoyjernmeDi:.Jbursday^(MarxJi_24)-.ex^ 
icampus rally. The university meanwhile investigated the incident which took place at a meeting held by 

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The organization has been In the forefront of 'New Left' groups 

protesting the U.S. involvement in the war in Vief Nam." 

Out on the West Coast, the SDS Regional Office in Los Angeles issued a January 24/ 1966, 
bulletin to members only. After calling for an all -day meeting January 29 to discuss nationwide-^demonstrati 
against U.S. Vietnam policy and the draft, the bulletin thoughtfully offered the following advice from its 
Chicago office: "Recent reports from the Grand C)le SDS Bureaucracy In Chicago include the following 
suggestion: 

"'There are always people interested in smashing any SDS chapter, the whole movement, if 
possible. We must. If we are to bring about the social revolution we want, operate with an awareness of the 
■society surrounding us. In specific terms, that means that society disapproves and even has laws against the 
sexual habits and the use of drugs as practices by many SDS members. I certainly do not advocate abstinence 
in these matters, but merely an awareness that society isjiot only against it in opinion, but can act on that 
opinion, 

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Such SDS advice perhaps explains why one California coed founcF it necessary to set up a 
campus with the helpful sign: "Information on Abortions?" 

Who is this crowd? SDS is one of the "Big Three" in the New Left movement, along with 
[•E.B. DuBois Clubs and the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. According to the "National 
lion," pro-Communist weekly, "The largest group and by far the most influential organization of this 
|Iy defined 'new left* is the Students for a Democratic Society, which claims more than 4,000 activists 
fout 80 chapters and communities. While formerly the student department of an old left organization, 
5(ocialist) P(arty) -oriented League for Industrial Democracy, SDS has broken all but paper ties to its 
it since its reorganization at Port Huron, Michigan, in June 1962." 

At that meeting the SDS advocated, among other things, universal disarmament with the 
i-cement machinery placed under the United Nations and the gradual transfer of national sovereignties to 
machinery. What the SDS wants on the home front was quoted by national columnist James J. Kilpatrick, 
reported that "Mr. (Todd) Gitlin, the SDS man, is churning with ideas: 'Slums should be rebuilt according 
[Jans adopted- by- the residents,-with capita I -provided from public fundsrand labor fro m~the neighborhood • 
[fare programs should be supervised by the recipients, until welfare becomes superfluous because a decent 
>me is guaranteed for all who will not or cannot work. The mass media should be opened to all comers,. • 
tical candidates should be publically subsidized. The university's curricular and extracurricular decisions 
)ld be up to students and faculty alone.'" 

Judging by public statements of its officials, SDS likes to pretend Communism is dead in the 
L as far as students are concerned, but whereas it had previously barred "advocates and apologists" of 
[ilitarianism and denounced "authoritarian movements both of Communism and the domestic right," this 
juage was dropped in June 1965. When asked if he were a Communist, one SDS leader refused to answer. 

Imas Hoyden, an SDS founder, created headlines when hie accompanied Communist Herbert Aptheker and 

le Professor Staughton Lynd to North Vietnam. 

An SDS field representative told University of Virginia students: "WeVe been taught tfjat 
imunism is a bad system. Why shouldn't there be a Communist on the faculty here? What's wrong with 
|ng a Communist? We've got to say that we'll work with whoever has the same ideas we have." 

These ideas have included publishing an "Organizer's' Handbook" for demonstrations of all 
|es, sponsoring a 1965 Easter protest march on the White House that drew 15,000 persons, attempting to 

/:eat^an=ROTC awards^ceremony-, callingJor^masslve violations of the 1917 Espionage. Act-,and distributing 
^ructions to college students on how to beat the draft: "Refuse to sign the loyalty oath... Play the 
nosexual bit... Be on epileptic. . .Play psycho. ..Arrive drunk. ..Really look dirty. ..Stink. ..Tell them 

wet the bed when you're away from home. . .'- 

While the SDS has been criticized by its own parent organization, it is evidently viewed with 
jroval by Gus Hall, general secretary of the Communist Party, USA. Hall invited both the SDS and the 
^jdent Non-violent Coordinating Committee td attend the Party's eighteenth national convention in New 
brk City. 



The Wackenhut Corporation is a national inve^fgative and security organization with 26 offices 
[(tending from Puerto Rico to Hawaii. It also operates in^hezuela through a 50% owned subsidiary company, 
butely aware of the threat of Communism, it pn^^i^swhis series of articles to its friends and employees as an 
Hucational service. For additional copies ,;!^rM'act: .^s\^^ 



THE WACKENHUT CORPORy^QN^^SCT PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD. 
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA. TELEPHONE: HIGHLAND 5-1481. 



OPTIONAL FORM NO. tO 

MAY 1962 EOmON 

GSA FPMR (41 CFR) 101-11.6 



UNITED STATES G€|i^NMENT 

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rector, FBI (62-107335) 



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date: 9-1 



THS^ACKENHUT CORPORATION 
32BQJ?once^e_Leon^ g^y le var d 
Cor^alGabies , Florida 
GEORGE R.lfACKlNHUt, President 



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On Septemb er 14, 1966, GEORGE WACKENHUT, accompanied 
former Special Agent, came to the Miami 



Office and advised me that the Wackenhut Corporation has been 
retained by | | who is the Special Assistant to 

the State Attorney handling the Grand Jury that is probing 
corruption and crime in Dade County. 



Bot q l and WACKENHUT advised they understand 
fully the Bureau's position in connection with information 
contained in Bureau files, but felt that the Bureau should 
know that their corporation has been hired to assist[ 



WACKENHUT pointed out they have some specific cases which 
Jias given them in connection with local corruption. 



They informed me they did not particularly want the assignment 
but felt it was their civic duty. 

WACKENHUT assured xiie that any information coming to 
his attention of a Federal nature would be immediately made 
available to the Miami Officer. 



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BOABD OF DWECTQBS MEETING 
12/5/66 AT KEY LASGO, WUOmDA 

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Former Assistftnt IH]>ector Stsmley Tracy, m^mlNer of the 
Board of Dir^etors of the Wackenhut Corporation, yesterday advised 
an official of the Bureau as foUows: 

:, The Board of Directors of the Wackenhut Corporation met 

at Ocean Reef Motel, Key Largo, Florida, on 12/5/66. Itie meeting 
W9s> atteiKled by Giovemor-'etect Claude E. Kixic, Jr., y/k^ arrai^ed 
to hire the Wa^enbui Corporation to condhict bacdcgroiisd investigation 
of all his appointees and to conduct investigation in Dade and Broward 
Counties of persons In puhlie life under suspicion ibr lariberyj mal- 
feasance In office, etc. Mr. Tra^iy advised tits^ the Wacke^ut people 
turned down the Govemor*elect*s request to conchict a survey into 
crime conditions in general in Florida. It was agreed at the meeting 
tttat any Information coming to the attention of tiie Investigators ^ich 
would be of Interest to the FBI would be immediately brought to tiie 
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GOVERNOR-ELECT CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR. 
^REPUBLICAN - FLORIDA); 
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FORMER ASSisf Mt DIRECTDR STANLEY TRACY %1 C ^ . 

..]/ At 10:15 a.m., 12/7/66, former Assistant Director : 
Stanle^'TYacy came in to see me. He said that on 12/5/66 he attended 
a meeting of Board of Directors of the Wackenhut Corporation at the 
Ocean Reef Motel, Key Largo, Florida. Among other Board niembers 
attending, in addition to Tracy, were former FBI Inspector Vi^^eay 
and, of course, Wackenhut himself, also^a former FBI Agent. 




Tracy said that also attending the meeting was Claude R. 
Kirk, Jr., Governor -elect of Florida, who defeated the current Miami 
Mayo rr '^ Robert King High. Kirk will take office next month. 

Tracy pointed out that Governor -elect Kirk has asked the 
Wackenhut Corporation to do three things: (1) Conduct background 
^estigation of all the new Governor's appointees. (2) Conduct an 
I investigation in Dade and Broward Counties in Florida of those public 
Ij officials and other individuals who the Governor-elect believes to be - 

under suspicion for corruption such as taking bribes, malfeasance in ^v 
Ij office, etc. (3) Inquire into crime conditions generally in the State 
P of Florida. 

Tracy said he definitely convinced the Board of Directors, 
% as well as the Governor -elect, that No. 3 should not be undertaken 
I since it is not the proper function of investigators of the Wackenhut * 
^Corporation. 

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He said there was also discussion as to whether the 
Governor-elect coiild make an announcement after taking office that 
investigation in these areas was being conducted by the Wackenhut 
Corporation, which contains many former Agents of the FBI. Tracy 
said he told the men that under no circumstances could the FBI be 
mentioned and that neither the Wackenhut Corporation nor the 
Governor-elect would or should ''trade on the FBI, '' Tracy said that 
everyone agreed to this. 

In conclusion, Mr. Tracy said he emphasized to all 
present that in the event the investigation turned up anything of 
interest to the FBI, such information should be immediately turned 
over to Fred Frohbose in Miami or the Special Agent in Charge of 
the FBI Office in Tampa or Jacksonville having jurisdiction over the 
matter uncovered. 

Mr. Tracy said he was bringing these matters to our 
attention inasmuch as he understood that Governor -elect Kirk might 
seek an appointment with the Director. Mr. Tracy said he definitely 
believed this would be only for political purposes and that anything 
Kirk had to discuss could certainly be handled by the Special Agents 
in Charge of the FBI Offices in Florida. 

RECOMMENDATION 



It is recommended that the attached airtel be forwarded to 
SAC Frohbose in Miami with copies to the Special Agents in Charge in 
Tampa and Jacksonville. 







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Travel Probers 
Hire Private Defectives 



By ROBERT WALTERS 

-Star Staff Writer 

The House subcommittee 
investigating Rep. Adam Clay- 
ton Powell's travel expenses has 
hired one of the nation's largest^ 
private detective agencies to 
question^owell's present aiidi 
formeijgfeigressional employes. 

The ^^g^gj^ijjt-^grp., a 

been retained by the House 
Administration subcommittee ' 
headed by Rep. Wayne L. Hays, 
D-Ohio, which opens hearings 
today. 

This arrangement is regarded 
as somewhat unusual because, 
committees conducting similar 
investigations in recent years 
have relied on their own staff 
menibers or men loaned from 
federal agencies to do such 
work. 1 

Several of those interviewed 
by the Wackenhut investigators t 
h ave ^comp lained qnx^tely^ of 
harsh treatment, and at least \^ 
on e of ^ tho se c omplaints, has 
coineiojiays' attention. 

Hays, in a telephone interview 
from Morristown, Ohio, said 
Wackenhut was hired because • 
fthe Federal Bureau of Investi- ; 
gation wouldn't do it and -we '. 
had to get it done quickly." - 

t Hays said the FBI was "infoi^- 
mally requested" to handle the 
probe by a member of the - 
committee staff "but we just 
never got an answer from 
them." 

The use of a private investiga- 
tor is in contrast, however, to 
the procedure followed by 
committees handling the two 
most recent congressional 
investigations— those involving 
Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn., 
and Robert G. (Bobby) Baker, 
former secretary to the Senate 
Democrats. 

The Se nate, Rule;s Cnnaroii^tee. 

in its probe of Baker's financial 

at tairs^^drew on the service s of 

Its own staff, the i*5i antl the 

General Accounting Office. 

The Senate Select Committee 
on Standards and Conduct, still 
investigating Dodd's finances, 
relied on its jjym staff and men 








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ol -^^vv'aj&eBhut^s- ' - -^vaisnington 
office, said his firm had never 
before been em]Dloyed by any 
congressional committee. 

The 13-year-old firm, with its 
ihome office -in Coral Gables, 
Fla., has about 5,(KK) employes 
land 27 field offices from Puerto 
I Rico to Hawaii. It claims to be 
one, of the nation's largest 
security service <;om{)anies. 
,, Most of the company's offi- 
cers are former FBI special 
agents. The firm employs about 
^0 ex-FBI men, including its 
president, executive vice presi- 
dent and Crawford. . 

A subsidiarj^^ Wackenhut 
Services, Inc., has. a large 
contract with the National 
Aeronautics and Space Adminis- 
tration to provide guard service 
at the Goddard Space Flight 
Center, Greenbelt, Md.; Merritt 
Island Test F^acility, . . Cape 
Kennedy, Fla., and NASA's 
desert site nesir Las Vegas, 
Nev. ^ 

Hays' subGommitte^ is looking 
into about $19,179 .worth of 
ahrline travel bills charged to 
Powell, his office staff and 
employes of the: House Educa- 
I tion and Labor Committee, of 
^i^^ Powell is chau:man. 

Dufitig the 21-month period 
under investigation, there were 
about 150 perscins on Powell's 
payrolls, and "there were 
allegations made that some of 
them didn't really exist,'* Hays 
said. 

"We had only about 20 days to 
contact each of them in several 
cities and find out two things— 
I did they exist and di(i they do 
any- work. At this point, we 
have no mames that dfc't match 
up with bodies," Hays idded. 

He explained that early in the 
probe there was a suggestion 
that some names on Powell's 
payrolls wer^ fictitious and 
placed there to increase the 
congressman's income, but no 
evidence had been dound to 
coniirni^that as,sertion,^ 

Hays said he had jseen one 
Administration Committee 
report on a wojnan interrogated 
.y by Wackenhut investigators who 
V said she "didn't \^ their 
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Times Herald 



The Washington Daily News 

The Washington Evening Star A^ ' 

New York Daily News 

New York Post 



The New York Times . 
New York World 

Journal Tribune _ 

The Baltimore Sun 

The Worker 

The New Leader 



The Wall Street Journal 
The National Observer _ 
People's World 



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UNITED STA^fcS GOVERNMENT 



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date: 



Nov 2 3 1966 




Director, Federal Bureau 
of Investigation 

J. Walter Yeagley 
Assistant Attorney General 
Internal Security Division 

THE^CKENHUT COEPORATION 
INTERNAL SECURITY 
REGISTRATION ACT 



This Division is in receipt of a letter, a copy ^ of 
which is enclosed, dated Septem'ber .26, 1966^ from-Ihe--^^ 
Wackenhut Corporation, 3280 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral 
Gables, Florida, in which we are advised that this 
Corporation expects to be employed in the near future by a 
foreign Embassy in Washington, D*C,, to conduct an 
electronic and physical search relative to the security 
and integrity of the telephone system of the Embassy and 
the Ambassador's residence* The subject requested to be 
advised whether it would be required to register under the 
Foreign Agents Registration Act. 

It does not appear that subject's activities are 
such as to constitute it an agent of a foreign principal 
under the Foreign Agents Registration Act as amended on 
July U9 1966, by Public Law 89-4^6, and subject was so 
advised by letter dated Moy^EC^^iir 22:^ 1966^^ a copy of which 
is enclosed. 



The above is submitted for your information* 



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EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

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HIQHtAND S*|4.et 



Chief/ Foreign Agente' Regisiration Section 
Internal Security Division 
U» S, Depcariment of Justice 
Washington^ D, C, 

Dear Sir: 



The Wackenhut Corporation expects to be employed in the near 
future by a foreign Embassy in Washington, D» C., to conduct an electronic 
and physical search relative to the sescurity and integrity of the telephone 
system of the Embassy and the Ambasisador's residence. 

By way of explanation, this would include a physical sweep which 
consists of completely checking ever/ item contained within a room, including 
eleclronic outlets and switches, heating and air conditioning ducts, etc., as 
well as interior and exterior of all walls, ceilings and floors. Our technical 
sweep consists of sweeping the same area with va