[Policeman in uniform.]
[Policemen performing first aid.]
[Police diffusing a car bomb.]
[Bomb squad robot.]
Police Headquarters [Central Department of Metropolitan Police]
First Six Mounted Men of Traffic Squad, 1903.
[Four images of police trucks.]
[Female police officer.]
[Police officers on bus.]
[Policemen on street.]
[Policeman in rescue gear.]
[Police officer performing an ice rescue.]
[Police performing a helicopter rescue.]
[Bomb squad preparing for a mission.]
[Simulated helicopter rescue.]
[Two policemen with Hero Awards.]
[New York City Police Department band.]
[Four images of police cars.]
Police Department of the City of New York Uniform Specifications
Effective December 31, 1949.
[Poilcemen outside of 21st Precinct.]
West 125th Street Station --1916.
[Police rescuing man from collapsed building.]
Inspector Moses Cortwright.
[Police with the 1938 model police cars.]
"Blackjacked and Robbed? Tut! Tut!"
"Urgent Departmental Business."
Parade, New York Police Annual Parade. Supt. or Insp. Conlin.
New York City Police bicycle corps in a parade.
City Departments, Police Department Headquarters.
New York City Police Department Headquarters at 240 Centre Street.
Rogue's Gallery, Jimmy Hope, Johnny Hope, "Whiskey" Short, Jack the Paw -- bank burglers.
Mug shots of eight men. The four on the left are indentified in the title. According to Thomas Byrnes'...
From Rogue's Gallery, Brockway -- forger [Wm. E. Brockway] and [Franklin J.] Moses -- Ex Gov. of South Carolina.
Mug shots of counterfeiter Wm. E. Brackway and ex-governor of South Carolina, Franklin J. Moses.
Rogue's Gallery, Funeral Wells & Sofy Levy; and 2 other women thieves -- the prettiest & the ugliest in the Rogue's Gallery put together. The Pretty one is a blackmailer; the ugly one a horse thief.
Mug shots depicted differ from title description. Based on descriptive information in Thomas Byrnes's...
Rogue's Gallery. The King of Confidencemen, Hungry Joe, Paper Collar Joe, Unknown -- Confidence Men.
Mug shots of four criminals. According to descriptive information in Thomas Byrnes's "Professional Criminals...
Rogue's Gallery. Dennis Driscoll, McGloin and another murderer -- Murderers.
Mug shots of three criminals. According to Thomas Byrnes's "Professional Criminals of America" (1886...
Police Superintendent Murray (retired).
Police Headquarters, The "Rogue's Gallery".
The mug shot collection at the New York City Police Headquarters.
Matron Welbe of the Lost Children's Dept. of Police Headquarters, with one of her charges.
A woman, Matron Welbe, and a lost child at New York's Police Headquarters.
Police Station Lodging Room 4. Oak Street Station, Six boys picked out of the draft in the men's lodging room.
Police Station Lodgers 9. Women in the Elizabeth Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers 11. In Oak Street Station.
Men and a broom on a sleeping platform at the Oak Street Station.
Police Station Lodgers 19. The Single typhus lodger in Eldridge Street, he lay by the stove in the policemen's room no one dreaming what ailed him.
Portrait, Capt. Schmidburger.
Matron Welbe of the Lost Children's Department at Police Headquarters, with one of her charges.
City Departments, Police Parade.
The annual New York City Police Parade marching up Broadway from 23rd Street. Parade watchers are visible....
The annual New York City Police Parade marching up Broadway. Parade watchers are visible.
[Two Rogues: Ellen Matthews, shoplifter; Mary Bradshaw, thief.]
Mug shots of Ellen Matthews, shoplifter and Mary Bradshaw, thief in the "Rogue's Gallery."
Rogue's Gallery, Funeral Wells & Sofy Levy; and 2 other women thieves -- the prettiest & the ugliest in the Rogue's Gallery put together. The Pretty one is a blackmailer; the ugly one a horse theif.
Police marching near Madison Square in a New York City Police parade; crowd visible.