Baltimore City Police
39 Minutes of TerrorLOMBARD & CAREY
Hail of sniper bullets in 1976 changed five lives forever. The incident forever changed the Baltimore Police Department One Officer dead four others shot and critically wounded A detailed account of the incident from official reports including the time ...
The Baltimore FloodIn 1868, The Jones Falls OverflowedCausing a Disaster Known as "Baltimore’s Black Friday Flood.”
In 1868, the Jones Falls overflowed, a disaster now known as Baltimore’s “Black Friday Flood.” The flood, which is illustrated above on the cover of Frank Leslie’s Illustrated, took 50 lives and caused millions of dollars in ...
HISTORY of FOP LODGE #3
These are Old Brass Printers Plates for FOP Letterheads and Envelopes
FOP Stamps Some background History on the FOP Logo
The five-cornered star reminds us of the allegiance we owe to our Flag it is a symbol of the authority with which we are entrusted. It is an honor the people we serve bestow upon us. They place their confidence and trust in us to do the right thing, ...
Our PoliceRemembering Our Heroes
MOTTO OF THE DEPARTMENT
"EVER ON THE WATCH"
CITATION OF VALORSworn members who have sustained gunshot wounds, stab wounds, or serious injury under aggravated and hostile circumstances which could result in death or permanent disability while acting in their official capacity are eligible for this ...
Baltimore City Police
Patrol and Paddy Wagons
Patrol Wagons in a Pinch
Sun Paper Jun 29th 1949
BY FIRST HAND TESTIMONIAL, Baltimore’s new police patrol wagons are vehicles in which their passengers are proud to ride. They are roomier, more fordable, faster, of smarter design and, in dozens of other ways, a world of improvement over the department's former free ...
It is no secret that America inherited much of its governmental institutions from Great Britain. American law enforcement is no exception. British policing can be traced back to before the Norman Conquest of England in 1066.
The first Europeans who landed on our shores, found a strange and wondrous new land, inhabited by strange and wondrous people. The newcomers had ...
The Maryland Seal and the Baltimore Arms For The SunCOSMOS The Sun (1837-1987); Nov 1, 1880; pg. 6
The Maryland Seal and the Baltimore Arms
In the Library of the City Hall you will find two electric types, one of which is called “The Seal of the State of Maryland” the other “The Coat of Arms of The Lord Baltimore” and the maker of these electric types ...
Women and the Baltimore Police Department
Timeline of some of Baltimore's Women in Law Enforcement
In the 1915 BPD Rules and Regulations a Police Woman job was described as
Rule 20 Page 48-49
Matrons of the Police Force (Policewomen)
1. Matrons of the Police Force (Policewomen), are conservators of the peace and members of the Force; they are amenable to the rules and regulations of the ...
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