1962 Annual Report Bureau of Police


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Trenton, New Jersey, February 8, 1963
 

Robert R. Ross, Esq.
Acting Director of Public Safety
City Hall
Trenton, New Jersey.

Dear Sir:-

     I have the honor to submit to you herewith the annual report of the Division of Police for the year 1962.

     A Total of thirty-nine thousand, nine hundred sixty-seven arrests (39,967) is reported for the year, an increase of more than three thousand over the year previous, attributed mainly to traffic violation arrests. Total arrests for the year 1961 was thirty-six thousand, seven hundred and forty. Three thousand, seven hundred and seventy two, (3,772) arrests were for crimes and other offences, an increase of more than two hundred over the year 1961. All other arrests were for traffic violations. The more than fourteen hundred juveniles taken into custody during the year and forthwith turned over to the Juvenile Domestic Relations Court of Mercer County for disposition without docket record, are not included in the total reported. All arrests in detail are contained in this report.

     Approximately eighty percent of the total arrests were for violations of the State Traffic Laws and the City Traffic Regulations, which numbered thirty-six thousand, one hundred and ninety-five (36,195) almost three thousand over the previous year. Twenty-nine arrests for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, one less than the year before, is reported. A report of all traffic arrests is shown in another part of this report.

     Eighteen felonious Homicides occurred in Trenton, all of them cleared by arrests and perpetrators brought to justice.

     One hundred and one persons were reported missing from home, the Missing Persons Bureau being successful in locating all of them with the exception of seven.

     Stolen automobiles reported numbered four hundred and ninety-five, as against five hundred and forty-three for the year previous, all of them recovered and returned to rightful owners with the exception of eighteen. The total value of stolen automobiles recovered amounted to $451,681.00. Stolen property and merchandise recovered by the police during the year was valued at $72,449.22.

     Labor conditions were in a peaceful and settled state in the City during the year 1962. No disturbances amount the working people occurred.

     The police division is complying with the provisions of the law regulating control of permits to private citizens to carry a concealed weapon. Very few such permits exist in the City and constant vigilance is maintained to detect and apprehend violators of the concealed weapons law.

     Traffic, with its increased demands, continues to be an important police problem requiring considerable attention. Efficient regulation and control of vehicular traffic to effect minimum hazards is the constant aim of the Division. Police Traffic per-

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sonnel will continue its program of stepped-up enforcement activities. Marked improvement, particularly in traffic congested areas, is evident.

     More than twelve hundred parking meters situated in traffic congested areas, are presently in service. Parking meters effectively minimize parking congestion with the resultant lessening of hazards. Collections from parking meters during 1962 amounted to $97,975.52. Parking meter collections the year previous totaled $96,002.00.

     As urged in my 1961 annual report, serious thought should be given by the City governing body towards the purchase of five hundred sixty modern type parking meters to replace antiquated meters which are vulnerable to breaking and theft. These old parking meters are constantly being broken into with the resultant revenue loss and repair costs.

     A total of twenty-six hundred and twenty-three (2623) motor vehicle accidents were reported during the year 1962, nearly three hundred more than the year previous. Seven persons were killed as a result of motor vehicle accidents, the same as in 1961, and nine hundred and ninety-three (993) were injured in auto accidents, a figure by two hundred and twenty-one greater than the previous year. A detailed report of all accidents is shown in another part of this report.

     The Bureau of Juvenile Aid provides and important phase of police function and service, and continues to show marked progress in the field of crime prevention among youthful persons. Designed to apply preventative or curative measures in all matters effecting delinquent children, or those who have problems which may, if not corrected, result in delinquency, the Bureau of Juvenile Aid, under the supervision of a Police Captain and eight assistants, was established in the year 1937 pursuant to State Law.

     The BJA is charged with investigating all juvenile cases coming to the attention of the police, and outlining a program best suited to rehabilitate the delinquent child, or to safeguard the future welfare of a juvenile who might be in danger, either by direct dealing with the juvenile, cooperation of parents or guardian, social agency or the Juvenile court. Fourteen hundred and four (1404) as against (1237) the year before, were handled and disposed of in the Bureau during 1962. The Bureau of Juvenile Aid is an essential and vital police service function.

     The police radiotelephone system continues to provide marked improved service in the life and progress of the Division of Police; the importance of this police unit, with its resultant better service to the citizens, is much emphasized by its necessity in combating modern crime methods and the apprehension of criminals. Instantaneous communication with policemen and speedy contact with the public and crimes scene is assured thereby. Citizens highly praise Police Radio.

     During the year 1962 police radio cars cruised the streets of Trenton for a total of (444,904) miles and responded to (39,245) police alarms. Fire alarms answered by radio cars numbered (1446) and (1204) notifications to citizens were made. Radio personnel participated in the arrest of (3222) persons for various crimes, (35) of them Ďhit-and-runí automobile driver cases. Police radio car personnel participated in numerous varied activities related to police service.

     Establishment of radio equipped combined ambulance-patrol service in 1959 marked a decided improvement in police service. Designed to facilitate ambulance call services, at the


  

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same time provide additional police patrol coverage, immediate dispatch of the police ambulance to accident scenes or other emergency ambulance need is made available. There are six radio ambulance-patrol vehicles in service and two radio cars, a total of eight divided into each precinct, providing service twenty-four hours daily.

     The Police Training School is under the supervision of a Police Captain, assisted by a Police Lieutenant as a small arms instructor. Its function is to organize police training classes during the year and train new recruits. The school and its facilities is designed to provide adequate and proper training in police practice and procedure, teaching laws and ordinances, pistol training and associated police functional subjects.

     Designed to augment personnel training, younger police personnel were sent to the New Jersey Police Academy at Sea Girt, New Jersey, for a six weeks course on basic municipal police training, sponsored by the New Jersey State Police. Ten Trenton patrolmen were given training instructions at this school during the year 1962.

     Canine police service is now an accomplished function. Established in January, 1961 with two men and now expanded to nine patrolmen with dogs, it has proved successful and has elicited approval and praise of the public. A Dog Kennel for central housing of the police dogs is sorely needed and should be erected. Request has been made to provide funds in the 1963 police budget for the cost of a kennel.

     Designed to afford greater coverage for the protection of children at school crossings, there was established in 1955 Female School Crossing Guard service. Attired in regulation uniform, it is the function and duty of Female School Crossing Guards to protect and safeguard school children at crossings. They do not possess police power and their employment is part-time during school hours. Thirty-nine school crossings are covered by Female Guards. This service has proven highly successful, not only as it effects the safety of school children, but also important in that it permits the assignment of regular police personnel to the appointed task of police officer.

     Manpower shortage in foot patrol ranks has been mounting over the years and much serious thought should be given to increasing patrolman ranks to the point where adequate protection and services can be provided the citizens. Foot patrol service should be maintained at its highest level and state of efficiency. Trenton is a high residential city which makes it susceptible to burglaries. The greatest degree of police protection should be provided. All areas should be covered and patrolled by foot men. The man on foot post becomes minutely acquainted with the physical condition of the post area, he comes in intimate contact with individuals residing on the post and is on the lookout for strangers.

     Radio cars patrol all areas of the city and it might be argued that this should suffice. Police radio car service and combined patrol-ambulance service are emergency police units of service available for instantaneous action, speedy contact with the public, accident and crime scenes. Both radio and foot patrol service are vital and needed for adequate police service.

     Adequate foot-patrol coverage will necessitate the reestablishment of thirty-one foot-patrol posts. There are now twenty-three foot-patrol posts in the City and a minimum of fifty-four additional patrolmen will be required to reestablish the thirty-one foot patrol posts.


  

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     Much serious thought should be given by the City governing body to the erection of a new Police Headquarters building. The present structure is forty years old and inadequate to take care of current administrative facilities and needs because of the acute lack of floor space, as well as future needs because of the expanding of services. The Police Garage building, is in a state of near collapse because of its sagging walls. There is an old creek bed underneath the old garage building which apparently is causing the walls to sag. Also, and more important, Police Headquarters building should be located in a more centralized area of the City.

     New service revolvers for all police personnel should be purchased to replace the old revolvers now in use which were purchased in 1926. They are constantly being repaired; a few have already been discarded because of being beyond repair. The policemanís revolver is the most important part of his equipment and it should be in the highest state of efficiency, and it is strongly urged that the purchase of new revolvers be given priority. At least three hundred will be needed. Request has been made to provide funds in the 1963 police budget for this purpose.

     The Police Division is without a pistol range for its personnel. The last one was lost because the ground it was located on was taken by the City Sewage Department when it build [sic] the new City Sewage Disposal plant. A curtailed pistol practice program for police personnel is made available on an adjoining Townships Police range. The erection of a Trenton Police Division pistol range is a must. Request has been made to provide funds for the building of a pistol range in the 1963 police budget requirements.

     The Superior officers and personnel of the Police Division are coordinating splendidly in the performance of duty and service to the public. The Division will endeavor to do its best to maintain the highest measure of security and safety for the citizens and public.

     The members of the Police Division are appreciative of the fine measure of cooperation and assistance given by you, the Mayor of Trenton and members of the City Council.

Respectfully submitted,

Louis F. Neese


  

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CLASSIFICATION OF OFFICERS

1

Louis Neese

Nov. 15, 1926

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 21, 1939

Sergeant

 

 

May 15, 1944

Lieutenant

 

 

Mar. 25, 1950

Captain

 

 

July 16, 1956

Deputy Chief

 

 

July 1, 1959

Chief

1

Ferdinand J. Pilger

May 15, 1934

Patrolman

 

 

July 16, 1942

Sergeant

 

 

Apr. 6, 1948

Lieutenant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Captain

 

 

Dec. 1, 1961

Deputy Chief

 

 

Mar. 13, 1962

Died

2

John A. Lanahan

June 1, 1932

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Sergeant

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Lieutenant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1954

Captain

 

 

Mar. 16, 1962

Deputy Chief

1

John A Gress

Dec. 1, 1928

Patrolman

 

 

Dec. 1, 1937

Sergeant

 

 

July 16, 1942

Lieutenant

 

 

Apr. 6, 1948

Captain

2

Chester A. Hughes

July 1, 1924

Patrolman

 

 

Apr. 11, 1936

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Lieutenant

 

 

Mar. 25, 1950

Captain

3

Albert Mostrangeli

Feb. 15, 1927

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Sergeant

 

 

July 6, 1949

Lieutenant

 

 

May 1, 1953

Captain

4

James A. George

July 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

May 15, 1944

Sergeant

 

 

July 6, 1945

Lieutenant

 

 

Dec. 23, 1954

Captain

5

Joseph A. Schnorbus

Feb. 28, 1941

Patrolman

 

 

July 6, 1949

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Lieutenant

 

 

Aug. 1, 1961

Captain

6

E. Laurence Bloking

Sept. 1, 1937

Patrolman

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Lieutenant

 

 

Aug. 1, 1961

Captain

7

Norbert W. Skrajewski

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Sept. 1, 1954

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 16, 1957

Lieutenant

 

 

Dec. 1, 1961

Captain

8

William L. Burns

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 1, 1954

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 16, 1957

Lieutenant

 

 

Mar. 16, 1962

Captain

1

Anthony H. Raywood

Sept. 1, 1923

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 2, 1936

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Lieutenant

2

John Miloszar

Jun. 15, 1922

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 1, 1936

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1943

Lieutenant

3

Stephen J. Kish

July 1, 1934

Patrolman

 

 

May 15, 1944

Sergeant

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Lieutenant


  

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4

John Munder

Jan. 15, 1927

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 1, 1943

Sergeant

 

 

July 6, 1949

Lieutenant

5

Ferdinand J. Erbe

Aug. 22, 1923

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Sergeant

 

 

July 6, 1949

Lieutenant

6

James E. Creeden

Dec. 15, 1937

Patrolman

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Lieutenant

7

John A. Oberding

July 16, 1937

Patrolman

 

Sept. 16, 1949

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Lieutenant

8

J. Raymond Fulkert

July 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Sergeant

 

 

May 1, 1953

Lieutenant

9

John. R. Weber

May 10, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

Apr. 6, 1948

Sergeant

 

 

July 1, 1953

Lieutenant

10

Stanley Kowal

May 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

Sept. 19, 1947

Sergeant

 

 

Jan. 1, 1954

Lieutenant

11

Andrew F. Bacovin

May 1, 1925

Patrolman

 

 

May 15, 1944

Sergeant

 

 

July 1, 1954

Lieutenant

12

Paul A. Bacso

July 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

July 6, 1949

Sergeant

 

 

Dec. 1, 1954

Lieutenant

13

Adolph G. Miller

Jun. 15, 1931

Patrolman

 

 

July 16, 1942

Sergeant

 

 

Apr. 5, 1955

Lieutenant

14

Vincent C. Karpovage

Oct. 1, 1937

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 16, 1957

Lieutenant

 

 

Jan. 3, 1963

Died

15

John F. Fowler

Nov. 1, 1939

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 1, 1953

Sergeant

 

 

Oct. 16, 1957

Lieutenant

16

Joseph J. Callahan

Aug. 1, 1937

Patrolman

 

 

July 1, 1954

Sergeant

 

 

Jun. 1, 1958

Lieutenant

17

James E. Kendall

July 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

May 1, 1953

Sergeant

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Lieutenant

18

Walter P. Lukacs

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Nov. 1, 1954

Sergeant

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Lieutenant

19

Robert C. Bradley

Dec. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

Aug. 1, 1961

Lieutenant

20

John D. McKeever

Dec. 13, 1941

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

Aug. 1, 1961

Lieutenant

21

Leon B. Foley, Jr.

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

Dec. 1, 1961

Lieutenant

22

George D. Lane

Aug. 1, 1950

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Sergeant

 

 

Apr. 16, 1962

Lieutenant

23

John R. Prihoda

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

Apr. 16, 1962

Lieutenant

24

Frank Dombroski

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Dec. 1, 1954

Sergeant

 

 

May 1, 1962

Lieutenant

25

Richard B. Applegate

Jan. 16, 1950

Patrolman

 

 

May 1, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

May 1, 1962

Lieutenant


  

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1

John E. Bowen

Oct. 15, 1926

Patrolman

 

 

Oct. 3, 1942

Sergeant

2

Albert J. Burns

Jun. 1, 1931

Patrolman

 

 

Apr. 6, 1948

Sergeant

3

Alex S. Mizsak

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

4

Frank H. Brady

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

5

Elijah J. Hutton

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Mar. 1, 1958

Sergeant

6

Edward A. Wierbowski

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

May 1, 1958

Sergeant

7

Fred F. Sigafoos

Apr. 15, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

May 1, 1958

Sergeant

8

James E. McKeever

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

May 1, 1958

Sergeant

9

John J. Carroll

May 1, 1935

Patrolman

 

 

Dec. 16, 1958

Sergeant

 

 

Nov. 15, 1962

Retired

10

John D. Seiger

Jun. 1, 1948

Patrolman

 

 

Dec. 16, 1958

Sergeant

11

John E. McStravick

Feb. 28, 1941

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 16, 1959

Sergeant

12

Pasquale J. Nardelli

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Sergeant

13

Jospeh T. Bayan

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Sergeant

14

Carmen J. Fasanella

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Sergeant

15

Gaza J. Spisak

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 1, 1960

Sergeant

 

 

June 1, 1962

Died

16

James J. McDonough

May 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 16, 1960

Sergeant

17

Joseph Pustae

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 16, 1960

Sergeant

18

Henry I. Ownes

Jun. 1, 1941

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 16, 1961

Sergeant

19

Raymond S. Papszycki

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Jan. 16, 1961

Sergeant

20

Ernest J. Louis

Jun 1, 1948

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 10, 1961

Sergeant

21

Carl Worob

May 1, 1947

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 10, 1961

Sergeant

22

John J. McCormick

July 16, 1942

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 10, 1961

Sergeant

23

Chester W. Hughes

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 10, 1961

Sergeant

1

John Tonne, Sr.

Dec. 1, 1922

Patrolman

2

Andrew Hartmann

Sept. 1, 1923

Patrolman

3

Robert Haines

July 1, 1924

Patrolman

4

Martin Coughlin

July 1, 1924

Det.-Ptrl.

5

Joseph Dempsey

May 1, 1925

Patrolman

6

August Tracy

Jan 1, 1926

Patrolman

7

Francis McGuire

Mar. 16, 1926

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 16, 1962

Retired

8

Stanley Chorazy

Feb 15, 1927

Det.-Ptrl.

9

William Meyer

Dec. 15, 1927

Patrolman

 

 

Nov. 2, 1959

Bldg.Mnt.Frmn.

10

John Butcher

Jan. 1, 1928

Det.-Ptrl.

11

John Wishtischin

May 15, 1928

Patrolman

12

Thomas Keenan

May 15, 1928

Patrolman

13

John Nabinger

May 15, 1928

Patrolman

14

Walter Welsh

May 15, 1928

Det.-Ptrl.

15

William Sparks

July 1, 1928

Det.-Ptrl.


  

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16

Arthur Kretzing

Sept. 1, 1928

Patrolman

17

Thomas Ellis

Jan. 1, 1929

Patrolman

18

Nicholas Hudik

July 1, 1929

Patrolman

19

Edward W. J. Kelly

Jan. 1, 1930

Patrolman

20

Frank M. Kramer

Feb. 1, 1930

Det.-Ptrl.

21

Paul J. Keegan

Oct. 15, 1930

Patrolman

22

Paul Wiedmann

Jun. 15, 1931

Patrolman

23

Alfred Ziegler

Jun. 1, 1932

Patrolman

24

William Winston

Jun. 1, 1932

Patrolman

25

Frank Barelkowski

Sept. 1, 1937

Patrolman

26

Roland J. Perferi

Dec. 15, 1937

Patrolman

27

Frank C. Dempsky

Jun. 16, 1939

Patrolman

28

Vincent Domanski

Nov. 1, 1939

Patrolman

29

Thomas Bruthers

Nov. 1, 1939

Det.-Ptrl.

30

Donald F. Toft

Nov. 1, 1939

Det.-Ptrl.

31

Harry Skilton

Nov. 1, 1939

Patrolman

32

James A. Connor

Nov. 1, 1939

Patrolman

33

Robert M. Veldof

Feb. 16, 1940

Patrolman

34

Joseph G. Barrett

Feb. 28, 1941

Det.-Ptrl.

35

Edward Silverglade

Feb. 28, 1941

Det.-Ptrl.

36

Joseph Comfort

Jun. 2, 1941

Patrolman

37

Joseph A. Brunn

Jun. 2, 1941

Patrolman

38

Henry Walczak

Sept. 16, 1941

Patrolman

39

Joseph Piffat

July 16, 1942

Patrolman

40

Frank E. Hutchinson, Jr.

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

41

Aloysius Callahan

Mar. 1, 1947

Det.-Ptrl.

42

Peter B. Hutchinson

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

43

Elio G. Riccardi

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

44

Lawrence A. Schrader

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

45

Joseph Sokolowski

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

46

Anthony Micharski

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

47

Francis J. McDermott

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

48

Francis J. Daily, Jr.

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

49

Joseph J. Fitzpatrick

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

50

George E. Ecker

Mar. 1, 1947

Patrolman

51

Thomas E. Cosgrove

May 1, 1947

Patrolman

552

John J. McMahon

Jun. 1, 1948

Det.-Ptrl.

53

Alfred W. Ashbock

Jun. 1, 1948

Patrolman

54

Edward P. Franks, Jr.

Jun. 1, 1948

Det.-Ptrl.

55

William W. Lloyd

Jun. 1, 1948

Patrolman

56

Charles A. Volk, Jr.

Nov. 1, 1948

Patrolman

57

Joseph A. Semansky

Nov. 1, 1948

Patrolman

58

Francis E. Marut

Nov. 1, 1948

Patrolman

59

Hugh F. Langcaskey

Jan. 3, 1950

Det.-Ptrl.

60

John J. Trainor

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

61

James J. Dunn

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

62

Lester A. Young

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

63

Ernest G. Kuti

Jan. 3, 1950

Patrolman

64

Raymond A. Walter

Jan. 16, 1951

Patrolman

65

John A. DeAngelis

Aug. 1, 1950

Patrolman

66

Frank H. Taylor, Jr.

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

67

Charles J. Dooling

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

68

Robert H. Benner

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

69

John J. McGlone, Jr.

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

70

Mathew J. Maloney

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

71

Clarence J. Drechsler, Jr.

Jan. 1, 1951

Patrolman

72

James J. Crerand

Jan. 16, 1951

Patrolman

73

John W. Treptow

Jan. 16, 1951

Patrolman

74

Bartley J. Torkelson

Jan. 16, 1951

Patrolman

75

Julius F. Craynook

Jan. 16, 1951

Patrolman

76

James V. Lezzano, Sr.

Mar. 1, 1951

Patrolman

77

Michael Paparella

Mar. 16, 1951

Patrolman

78

Joseph R. Albano

April 1, 1951

Patrolman


  

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79

William H. Wylie

June 1, 1951

Patrolman

80

Samuel J. Romano

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

81

George R. Malone

Nov. 1, 1951

Det.-Ptrl.

82

Otto J. Schutts

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

83

Johnnie W. Sapp

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

84

Richard W. Bossman

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

85

Horace G. Greener

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

86

Quintillious Smith

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

87

Lewis G. Hill

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

88

Richard J. Jachetti

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

89

Joseph A. Seifert

Nov. 1, 1951

Det.-Ptrl.

90

John Szilagyi

Nov. 1, 1951

Patrolman

91

Harry R. Kramer

May 16, 1952

Patrolman

92

Amedeo J. Ronca

May 16, 1952

Patrolman

93

Joseph J. Kostival

May 16, 1952

Patrolman

94

Clifford O. Moon

May 16, 1952

Patrolman

95

Ervin H. Weber

May 16, 1952

Patrolman

96

Victor Santorsiero

Nov. 16, 1952

Det.-Ptrl.

97

Joseph Hoffmann

Nov. 16, 1952

Patrolman

98

Richard L. Chorba

Nov. 16, 1952

Patrolman

99

William H. Munder

Nov. 16, 1952

Patrolman

100

James F. Vandergrift, Jr.

Nov. 16, 1952

Patrolman

101

John E. Munder, Jr.

Nov. 16, 1952

Patrolman

102

Theophilus Baker

Feb. 16, 1953

Patrolman

103

Leon H. Smith

Feb. 16, 1953

Det.-Ptrl.

104

Joseph F. Trainor

Feb. 16, 1953

Det.-Ptrl.

105

George W. Foster, Jr.

Feb. 16, 1953

Patrolman

106

Richard P. Gaun, Jr.

Feb. 16, 1953

Patrolman

107

Francis Nagy

Feb. 16, 1953

Det.-Ptrl.

108

Dominick A. Limone

June 16, 1953

Patrolman

109

Robert K. Carlton

June 16, 1953

Patrolman

110

Fred D. Capria

Sept. 1, 1953

Patrolman

111

Frank Molnar, Jr.

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

112

William E. Mullen

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

113

John A. Purdy

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

114

Eric K. Von Scheven

Jan. 4, 1954

Det.-Ptrl.

115

Antonio LaFranco

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

116

Gerald J. Guadagno

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

117

Richard J. Jaskulski

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

118

Romeo M. Spanicciati

Jan. 4, 1954

Det.-Ptrl.

119

Marvin A. Holmes

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

120

Franklin R. Ecker

Jan. 4, 1954

Patrolman

121

Elmer Golya

Oct. 1, 1954

Det.-Ptrl.

122

Scenzino Filipponi

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

123

Michael Papp, Jr.

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

124

Thomas J. Roche, Jr.

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

125

James J. Hasson, Jr.

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

126

Harry M. Moon

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

127

Gene R. Johnson

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

128

Sabastian J. Buttich

Oct. 1, 1954

Patrolman

129

John T. Kennedy

Jan. 6, 1956

Det.-Ptrl.

130

Anthony J, Crivelli

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

131

Frederick A. Thompson, Jr.

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

132

Thomas S. Williams

Jan. 6, 1956

Det.-Ptrl.

133

Ronald J. Whortenberry

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

134

Joseph Jancso

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

135

James Thomas Jr.

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

136

Martin J. Majcher, Jr.

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

137

John T. Malone

Jan. 6, 1956

Patrolman

138

Ralph R. Greener

Jan. 16, 1956

Patrolman

139

Dean G. Barcalow

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

140

Jack Joseph Rodeawald

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

141

Charles J. Halscak

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

142

Earl R. Bechtel

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

143

Robert O'Neal

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

144

Edward S. Burns

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman

145

Richard T. Foley

Jan. 1, 1957

Patrolman


  

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146

Leo R. McGann

Jan. 16, 1958

Patrolman

147

Robert J. Pastor, Jr.

Jan. 16, 1958

Patrolman

 

 

Feb. 14, 1962

Resigned

148

Herbert H. Fitzgerald

Jan. 16, 1958

Det.-Ptrl.

149

Paul Woolverton

Jan. 16, 1958

Det.-Ptrl.

150

Joseph Chordas

Jan. 16, 1958

Patrolman

151

William T. Murphy

Jan. 16, 1958

Patrolman

152

James A. Dillon

Jan. 16, 1958

Patrolman

153

Michael S. Kmetz

Jun. 16, 1958

Patrolman

154

Eugene Hagen

Jun. 16, 1958

Patrolman

155

Joseph J. Fasanella, Jr.

Jun. 16, 1958

Patrolman

156

Richard J. Kosul

Jun. 16, 1958

Patrolman

157

John P. Noon

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

158

John F. Toth

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

159

Stephen M. Hornyak

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

160

Chester R. Tomaszewski

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

161

Bernard R. DeAngelis

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

162

Jordan J. Sylvester

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

163

Joseph M. Mason

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

164

Henry T. Orlowski

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

165

Martin Hoffmann, Sr.

Dec. 16, 1958

Patrolman

166

Griffith Shaw

Jan. 1, 1959

Patrolman

167

George F. DePue

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

168

Joseph P. Pellegrino

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

169

Frederick F. Filipponi

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

170

Richard A. Lucherini

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

171

Charles R. Betz

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

172

Angelo J. Mostrangeli

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

173

Robert J. Kuncz

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

174

Charles J. Scarlata

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

175

Pasquale T. Ferrante

Oct. 16, 1959

Det.-Ptrl.

176

George T. Findler

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

177

Thomas P. Murphy

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

178

Victor A. Babecki

Oct. 16, 1959

Patrolman

179

Newton R. Edwards

Nov. 1, 1959

Patrolman

180

Edward M. Tomaszewski

June 1, 1960

Patrolman

181

Leon R. Edwards

June 1, 1960

Patrolman

182

Stanley B. Kowal, Jr.

June 1, 1960

Patrolman

183

Robert H. Shaw

June 1, 1960

Patrolman

184

George W. Courtney

June 1, 1960

Patrolman

185

Michael Vandeleur

July 1, 1960

Patrolman

186

John J. Clowar

Oct. 1, 1960

Patrolman

187

William M. Holmes

Feb. 1, 1960

Patrolman

188

Ralph D. Burke

Feb. 1, 1960

Patrolman

189

John G. Tumillo

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

190

Robert W. Poli

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

191

J. Richard Suth

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

192

John M. Girman

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

193

Jospeh P. Wyszynski

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

194

Frank A. Capasso

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

195

Richard L. Powell

July 1, 1961

Patrolman

196

Charles A. Fair

Jan. 1, 1962

Patrolman

197

Charles F. Szul

Jan. 1, 1962

Patrolman

198

Earl R. Mason

Jan. 1, 1962

Patrolman

199

Richard C. Olszewski

Jan. 1, 1962

Patrolman

200

William R. Kale

Jan. 1, 1962

Patrolman

201

Robert Markley

Apr. 1, 1962

Patrolman

202

Donald J. Shiarappa

Apr. 1, 1962

Patrolman

203

Albert DiNatale

Apr. 1, 1962

Patrolman

204

Leonard Deworocki

Apr. 1, 1962

Patrolman

205

Norberto Gutierrez

Apr. 1, 1962

Patrolman

206

Charles S. Dobos

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

207

Robert F. Kerner

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

208

Frank J. Gorczynski

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman


  

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209

Michael A. Tumillo

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

210

James Darling Jr.

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

211

John P. Supal

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

212

John M. Miloszar

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

213

Frank J. Cariello

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

214

Joseph Marsilio

Jan. 16, 1963

Patrolman

215

Louis S. Pedrini

Jan. 21, 1963

Patrolman

1

Ruth S. Furch

Mar. 2, 1942

Policewoman

2

Emily M. Bacovin

July 1, 1942

Policewoman

1

George Horhovitz

April 16, 1960

Police Surgeon

1

Daniel Frascella

Feb. 28, 1921

Pr. Clk. Steno.

 

 

Jan. 1, 1931

Head Clerk

 

 

July 1, 1954

Adm. Clerk

1

Rosemary McNeill

Aug. 11, 1958

Pr. Clk. Steno.

1

Irene Pedrini

April 8, 1957

Sr. Clerk Typist

1

Constance Clark

May 1, 1957

Clerk Investigator

1

Paul Whenry

Nov. 15, 1937

Patrolman

 

 

Apr. 1, 1958

Mechanic

 

 

July 1, 1959

Asst. Chief Mechanic

1

Raymond H. Walter

Dec. 1, 1926

Chauffeur

 

 

Apr. 1, 1958

Mechanic

2

James G. Lockett

Oct. 1, 1960

Mechanic

1

Paul Fireman

Feb. 16, 1962

Radio Repairman

1

Arthur Gilinat

Mar. 1, 1930

P.S.L.& F.- Foreman

1

Robert J. Quinn

Dec. 16, 1941

Bldg. Maint. Worker

2

John A. Chorba

Mar. 16, 1957

Bldg. Maint. Worker

3

William J. O'Toole

Oct. 16, 1959

Bldg. Maint. Worker

 

 

Oct. 2, 1962

Resigned

4

Michael S. Ponticello

May 16, 1961

Bldg. Maint. Worker

5

Daniel Mocchi

Nov. 6, 1962

Bldg. Maint. Worker

1

Russell Jackson

Aug. 3, 1928

Garage Attendant

 

 

July 1, 1962

Retired

2

William Donahue

Sept. 1, 1959

Garage Attendant

1

Elizabeth Szabo

Nov. 15, 1954

Bldg. Service Worker

 

 

Feb. 1, 1963

Retired

2

Mary D. Szenczi

Dec. 13, 1954

Bldg. Service Worker

3

Margaret Vozar

Aug. 1, 1957

Bldg. Service Worker

POLICE CHAPLAINS

1. The Very Rev. Lloyd G. Chattin
2. The Reverend Father John E. Grimes
3. Rabbi Joshua O. Haberman


  

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FEMALE SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS

  1. Helen Beaky
  2. Ada Bottoms
  3. Sarah R. Calabrese
  4. Lucy M. Cammisa
  5. Eleoise C. Campbell
  6. Imogene M. Coltre
  7. Ethel Collins
  8. Mary E. Coniglio
  9. Cornelia B. Cook
  10. Ida Episcopo
  11. Marion T. Firth
  12. Louise E. Garnett
  13. Elizabeth S. Gilligan
  14. Irene Harris
  15. Lester Hollis
  16. Florence E. Horlowski
  17. Mary A. Houlroyd
  18. Lillian Krulewicz
  19. Helen L. LeCompte
  20. Margaret M. Mataliano
  21. Deloras Mayer
  22. Delores McCloskey
  23. Jeanette Moses
  24. Helen M. Nealon
  25. Maud Pagano
  26. Ann A. Palinkas
  27. Irene Quinn
  28. Nellie Ratkowski
  29. Natalie E. Reed
  30. Rose M. Salvatore
  31. Rose C. Schmidt
  32. Barbara Smith
  33. Dorothy V. Sowchuck
  34. Katherine S. Stocker
  35. Edna Turner
  36. Betty L. West
  37. Jane G. Watters
  38. Doris G. Young
  39. Mae D. Young


  

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DISCIPLINARY RECORD


  

(14)

TIME LOST BY SICKNESS AND OTHER CAUSES


  

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RECAPITULATION OF TIME LOST BY SICKNESS, ETC.


  

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CRIMES AND OFFENSES COMMITTED


  

(21)


  

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DISPOSITION OF PRISONERS


  

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OCCUPATIONS OF PRISONERS
[& Ages of Prisoners]


  

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(Uniform Crime Index - UCR)


  

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TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS - 1962


  

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MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS - 1962


  

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