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Denver (Colo.). Police Department


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Joseph Reilly for Colorado Reflections

Identifier: couda-reilly

Joseph (Joe) Reilly, a retired Denver policeman, discusses his childhood and first job working at Gates Rubber Company in Denver. Reflects on his 28 career as a policeman in Denver, including Denver Police training in the 1920s, prohibition, police corruption, and the condition of prisons and jails. Reilly discusses the changes in the way that police officers are treated in the community, the evolution of police tools, and changes in training.

Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Richard Wihera Woodstock West Photographs

Identifier: M473

Richard Wihera (BA, 1973) was a Mass Communications undergraduate during the Woodstock West protest in 1970 working as a reporter with DUTV, a closed circuit television station for the University of Denver campus run by the Mass Communications department. Wihera had a press pass and this allowed him to take photographs sometimes behind police lines. The collection consists of slides of photographs taken at the University of Denver during the Woostock West protest.

Dates: Other: May 5th-13th 1970

The Denver Clarion, vol. 81, issue 15, 1976 September 22

Identifier: clarion_v081i15_19760922

Nude Cut Out – Keough Censors K-Book. DPD Tows Cars. Former Chilean Diplomat, Woman Killed By Bomb. Vietnam in World Bank. Pioneers Smash Regis.

Dates: 1976 September 22

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Archival Object 2
Collection 1
Colorado 2
Denver (Colo.) 2
Police 1
Police corruption 1
Prohibition 1