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Baltimore Police Pictures

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In this site we try to include as many pics of our police as we can, no particular order, no particular districs, times etc. If you have pics, war stories etc. Please fell free to send them to us. The site has a Pro-sumer scanner, that will aloow us to scan your pics, your negatives, your slides.. whatever you pic you may have of Baltimore Police we will scan for you and send you back you pucs, slides negatives etc. along with JPG fles on a cd.

 
May 22 1975 at 6 am  New Police Headquarters building reflecting the sunrise 72
Courtesy Gary and Kath Lapchak
New Police Headquarters Building Reflecting the Sunrise
May 22 1975 at 6 am
New pepper spray replacing Mace April 12 1991 72 
Courtesy Gary and Kath Lapchak
New pepper spray replacing Mace
April-12-1991

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Donald Sager
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Driving lessons April 1952 1
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Driving lessons April 1952 2
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Driving lessons April 1952 4
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Helicopter 1976
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Major Coppinger Lt DiPino 1977
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Name plate 1966 Ed Campbell
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Pennewell 1958
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Roll Call Eastern District 8 19 1976 72
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Western District Officer Tim Devine 4 23 1992 72
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Butchy
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Baltimore Fire House #6
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Baltimore Bobby Cap 1886 - 1908

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Baltimore Police Began in 1729
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Baltimore Police Recruitment
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Fallen and Disabled Police

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James Mitchell Jr.
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Jim Mitchell Circa 1956 with a 1948 Buick
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Up Against the Car, Assume the Position

Whoops the wrong person is on the car

 

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This is an UNOFFICIAL site of the Baltimore Police Department which depicts the history of the department as was told by Retired Officer William M. Hackley; Officer Hackley passed away on March 15th 2012 as such Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll will take over sole responsible for the sites content. The thoughts and use of certain items, terms, sound, and implications are not necessarily those that may be the same as the Baltimore Police Department, as an official Governmental Agency. The intent of this site is to Honor the Department, and the fine men and women who serve the citizens of Baltimore City. This site is dedicated to our Fallen Heroes who in the course of the performance of their duties were called upon to make the Ultimate Sacrifice. As you look through the many pages of this site you will see the Baltimore Police Department from its infancy showing the crude way of policing to the modern highly efficient department that it is today. Please enjoy this site for what it is, a rendition of the proud history of one of this States finest Police Departments one which we were proud to have served, and many men and women still proudly serve the Baltimore Police Department. Any request for official police information must be made directly to:  Baltimore Police Department.

"Every society gets the kind of criminal it deserves. What is equally true is that every community gets the kind of law enforcement it insists on."

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Please contact Det. Ret. Kenny Driscoll if you have any pictures of you or your family members and wish them remembered here on this tribute site to honor the fine men and women who have served with honor and distinction at the Baltimore Police Department.

Anyone with information, photographs, memorabilia, or other "Baltimore City Police" items can contact Ret. Det. Kenny Driscoll at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., like us on Facebook or mail pics to us at 8138 Dundalk Ave. Baltimore Md. 21222 

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