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1. A Department at the Gateway of the West A Department at the Gateway of the West July//1919 Extensive article about the police force's operations in the early part of the century, deemed as being efficient with a large population to patrol and relatively small manpower to patrol it.

2. Activist of the Year Activist of the Year January//1990 Article contains brief description of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Crime founded by Alvin Brooks, director of Kansas City's Human Relations Department.

3. Alvin Brooks Alvin Brooks June 25, 1988 Biographical article about Alvin Brooks, director of "the city's Human Relations Department" and co-founder of "the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime, now in its 11th year." Brooks is described in complimentary...

4. Alvin Brooks Alvin Brooks File containing photos and information on Alvin Brooks, "director of Kansas City's Human Relations Department" and founder of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Crime in Kansas City in 1977. Born about 1920...

5. America's Drug: Postcards from Tweakville America's Drug: Postcards from Tweakville February/19/1998 Photos and article about the rampant trade of the illegal homemade drug, crystal meth, in the Kansas City area and the police effort to stem it.

6. Anderson Energizes Blacks Against Crime Anderson Energizes Blacks Against Crime July/15/1978 File containing a photo and biographical article about Elbert Anderson, 34-year-old black "director of the Kansas City Council on Crime Prevention" (formed in 1974), employee of Hallmark Cards, and native...

7. Black Crime, Black Victims Black Crime, Black Victims April/21/1969 Illustrations and article about the unequal law enforcement and crime prevention in Kansas City for blacks and non-blacks, especially in certain parts of the metro area. Description of the murders of Michael...

8. Broken Windows Aren't All They Fix Broken Windows Aren't All They Fix July 12, 2005 Review of accomplishments of the Downtown Community Improvement District instituted April 9, 2003. It was noted that crime statistics had dropped in all categories. The program was launched by Bill Dietrich,...

9. Budd Park to Bud with Activity Budd Park to Bud with Activity August/1/2001 Photos and article about "the 18th year for the national Night Out Against Crime" project at Budd Park in Northeast Kansas City, "a pro-community, anti-crime evening block party."

10. Changing Their Ways Changing Their Ways November//1995 Photos and article about the community policing program of the Kansas City Police Department as an alternative to wasted time responding to distant 911 emergency calls. Description of several police officers...

11. Changing Their Ways Changing Their Ways November//1995 Article about the shift in crime prevention strategy from centrallized 911 emergency calls to community policing.

12. Citizens' League History Citizens' League History January/22/1921 Founded in March 1917 to secure better conditions in city government and law enforcement.

13. City Window: Old Idea City Window: Old Idea October 1979 First public official of note to employ anonymous tip rewards was not a police officer of 1979 but the governor in the time of Jesse James.

14. Clarence Tobie Clarence Tobie March 26, 1905 Photo and bio of Clarence Tobie, "manager of the Kansas City division of the William J. Burns National Detective Agency." Born in Illinois in 1869 and coming to Kansas City in 1901 as manager of "the Western...

15. Cleaning Up the FBI: Interview with Director Kelley Cleaning Up the FBI: Interview with Director Kelley April/5/1976 Photos, interview, and biographical article about Clarence Kelley, new director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (F. B. I.) and former chief of the Kansas City Police Department, discussing his...

16. Columbus Park Rallies against Crime Columbus Park Rallies against Crime June/20/2001 Photo and article about the "safety information session" sponsored in Northeast Kansas City by the "Columbus Park Homeowners Association, along with the Guinotte Manor Tenant Association" intended as a...

17. Corruption and Mayhem--Inside Look at Mafia Corruption and Mayhem--Inside Look at Mafia September/29/1980 Photos and article about the crack-down on a Kansas City "criminal empire deeply involved in murder, extortion, loan sharking, illegal gambling, bombing, arson and corruption of officials." Description...

18. Crime Commission Post to Thatcher: Former FBI Agent and City Official Is Appointed Managing Director Crime Commission Post to Thatcher: Former FBI Agent and City Official Is Appointed Managing Director November/23/1959

19. Crime Prevention in Westport Crime Prevention in Westport August//1981 Two-part article with the first part about crime prevention methods in Westport through neighborhood committees, one led by "Bob Berdella, organizer of the block captain system," with the second part of...

20. Crime Spoils Neighborhood Image Crime Spoils Neighborhood Image January/30/2002 Property crime makes up by far the majority of crime in the Northeast area. Examples of different break-ins in the area are given and ways to prevent this type of crime are listed out.