These always fascinated me. I still want to know what a 2-11 in progress means. That's what they'd say when "Adam 12" came on. LOL!

These always fascinated me. I still want to know what a 2-11 in progress means. That's what they'd say when "Adam 12" came on. LOL!

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Juice Box Police Radio

Fun police radios for kids made of recycled juice boxes! I don't know that we have enough time to suck down that much juice, but these are adorable!

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Juice Box Police Radio

It's always fun to recycle household items into something great. Here's a quick and easy way to turn a used juice box into a police radio for hours of play!

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Prior to the portable radios now used by police, officers used call boxes on the street to contact one another. This photo, taken in the early 1960s, is when the few women serving at the time were assigned to the Women’s Bureau. Today, over 5,000 women serve in all ranks within the NYPD. Shared by NY Firestore

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Two Greater Manchester Police officers strike a pose for the camera in one of a series of image intended to be used in a recruitment campaign in 1977. The location is the famous Bruche Police Training Centre near Warrington. Police officers from many local forces trained at the centre between 1946 and its closure in 2006. From the archives of our museum. www.gmpmuseum.co.uk

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Dixon of Dock Green ---- This was a popular BBC television series that ran from 1955 to 1976, and was later a radio series. The main character, Police Constable George Dixon, played by Jack Warner, was an old-style British "bobby". The character first appeared in a 1950 British film, 'The Blue Lamp', in which he was shot and killed by a criminal. However, it was decided to resurrect him for a television series

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Sergeant Preston of the Yukon and his dog King! Loved this show!!! "Well, King, this case is closed."

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