CHICAGO POLICE GENERAL
- Chicago Police History
Chicago Police Firsts
James L. Shelton & Grace Wilson—Chicago Police’s First Black Officers
Chicago Police Stars
Chicago’s Fat Police Force
Chicago Police Band
Detective Bureau History
First Finger Print Murder Trial
Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory
Chicago Police Baseball Games of 1941
NOTABLE CHICAGO POLICE OFFICERS
- First Fallen: Constable James Quinn The first Chicago Police Officer killed in the line of duty.
Captain Francis O’Neill – A Chicago cop during the last quarter of the 19th century was also the foremost expert on Irish songs.
Detective Clifton Wooldridge – Chicago’s Sherlock Holmes.
Detective Sergeant Marie Owens – The world’s first police woman
Sergeant Patrick Collins
Chicago Police Chief Charles Healey
1916—Policeman Bror Johnson Murder
CHICAGO POLICE STATIONS
- Harrison Street Police Station
East Chicago Avenue Police Station
Central Police Station at 11th and State
Haunted Police Stations of Chicago
CHICAGO POLICE VEHICLES
- Chicago Automobile License Pins
Chicago Police Department’s Ford Squads
Police Car Radio
Chicago Police Motorcycles
CHICAGO TRAFFIC DIVISION
- 1902—Chicago’s Dangerous Crossings
1911—Traffic Congestion Study
1922—Traffic Division Training
Thelma Jo Lloyd says
I am looking for a photo of Elisha E Lloyd, captain Chicago police from 1870-1878?
Bertie O'Connor Kerry says
Wondering if police records extent back to 1911. In august 1911 John Hanrahan
was shot and killed by Edward Murry at 521 Root Street. Police Officer
James Reidy and Officer Sandscrom of the 19th Precent investigated.