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1. A Frank Interview with the Police Chief of Kansas City: Norman Caron A Frank Interview with the Police Chief of Kansas City: Norman Caron August//1978 Extensive interview of Kansas City Police Chief Norman Caron, discussing several issues, including the nature of his job and of other local policemen, comparisons to previous police chiefs, guns and murders,...

2. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo. 1896 Photo and bio of Lambdin Irwin, or L. E. Irwin, "the efficient and reliable chief of police of Kansas City," born in Shelbyville, Missouri, in 1844 and serving as a Union officer in the Civil War before...

3. Bernard C. Brannon Bernard C. Brannon ca1960 Portrait of Bernard C. Brannon, Police Chief of Kansas City, Missouri Police Department. He spoke at the February 23, 1960 noon luncheon. See Scrapbook #36, 1960, page 18.

4. Biography of Clarence M. Kelley (1911-1997), Kansas City Police Chief and FBI Director Biography of Clarence M. Kelley (1911-1997), Kansas City Police Chief and FBI Director 1999

5. Blue Book of City Hall: Kansas City, Mo., 1924 Blue Book of City Hall: Kansas City, Mo., 1924 1924 Photo of Charles Vassar (chief of the Kansas City Police Department) and portrait of Isaac Walston ("Chief of Detectives"), both members of the Board of Police Commissioners.

6. Business Matters in Historic Northeast Business Matters in Historic Northeast December 1, 2004 The Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce hosted a reception for the new Kansas City Police Chief, Jim Corwin. Other activities for the group are listed in this 2004 year-end report. Includes photograph...

7. Busy Family Man Takes Top Police Spot Today Busy Family Man Takes Top Police Spot Today October 26, 2004 Article reviews Jim Corwin, the new Kansas City police chief. Corwin replaces Rick Easley and is a 25-year veteran of the department.

8. 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...

9. Chief Forte' After Year One: 'We Are Getting Better' Chief Forte' After Year One: 'We Are Getting Better' October 26-November 1, 2012 Article contains an interview with Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forte following his first year on the job. Forte states that he has focused on improving relationships between the KCPD and community...

10. Chief Vallins Says the Gamblers Must Go Chief Vallins Says the Gamblers Must Go April/18/1897 Cartoon of gamblers being sent down a road out of the city with foot imprints on their posteriors and the caption, "Chief Vallins Says the Gamblers Must Go."

11. Chiefs of Police Chiefs of Police 2002 List of Chiefs of Police, Kansas City, Missouri, from 1874 to 2000 with years in office.

12. Chronicles--Marvin L. VanKirk Chronicles--Marvin L. VanKirk May 25, 2005 Obituary for former Kansas City Police Chief, Marvin VanKirk of Overland Park, Kansas. He died on May 19, 2005, at the age of 75 and is buried in Leavenworth National Cemetery. He was a member of the Kansas...

13. Clarence Kelley Clarence Kelley N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Clarence Kelley in police chief uniform.

14. Clarence Kelley and Police Board Members Clarence Kelley and Police Board Members March 5, 1963 View of Police Chief Clarence M. Kelley, second on right in uniform, and some members of the Police Board at the March 5, 1963 weekly SCBA luncheon where Kelley spoke. Roy W. Swanson is seated on the left,...

15. Clarence Kelley: Where the FBI Is Heading Clarence Kelley: Where the FBI Is Heading July/18/1976 Photo and biographical article in the Pittsburg, Kansas, newspaper about Clarence Kelley, chief of the Kansas City Police Department from 1961 to 1973 and after wards director of the F. B. I. (or Federal...

16. Clarence Kelly and Others Clarence Kelly and Others March 5, 1963 View of Police Chief Clarence M. Kelley, second on right in uniform, and some members of the Police Board at the March 5, 1963 weekly SCBA luncheon where Kelley spoke. Roy W. Swanson is seated on the left,...

17. 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...

18. Comment: A Low Blow for Joe Comment: A Low Blow for Joe May//1975 Biographical article about Joseph McNamara, Kansas City chief of police, and his major detractor in the press, the police department's former "press liaison man."

19. Community Policing Faces Abandonment Community Policing Faces Abandonment December/13/2000 Photo and article about the disappointing average response time to 911 emergency calls to the Northeast residential district by Kansas City police officers. Discussion of factors in the situation, including...

20. Cops, Computers and the Constitution: An Interview with Kansas City Police Chief Joseph D. McNamara Cops, Computers and the Constitution: An Interview with Kansas City Police Chief Joseph D. McNamara November 1, 1973 Photos and biographical article about Joseph McNamara, the 38-year-old "new chief of the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department." Description of his life and career, starting with the New York Police...