Chicago police detective Jim Carroll displays the murder weapon and shells found with the body of Gary Horton, killer of police sergeant Gerald Doll. (1967)

Chicago police detective Jim Carroll displays the murder weapon and shells found with the body of Gary Horton, killer of police sergeant Gerald Doll. (1967)

Jack The Ripper ‘IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?’ The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888 - Issue 1284.

Jack The Ripper ‘IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?’ The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888 - Issue 1284.

Susan Joice    Name: Susan Joice  Arrested for: Larceny  Arrested at: North Shields Police Station  Arrested on: 18th August 1903  Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-31-Susan Joice

Susan Joice Name: Susan Joice Arrested for: Larceny Arrested at: North Shields Police Station Arrested on: 18th August 1903 Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-31-Susan Joice

July 17, 1966 Chicago Police Department "Daily Bulletin" Featuring Mass-Murderer Richard Speck - Issued Three Days After the Horrific Killings of 7 Nurses.

July 17, 1966 Chicago Police Department "Daily Bulletin" Featuring Mass-Murderer Richard Speck - Issued Three Days After the Horrific Killings of 7 Nurses.

Part of a police report on finding the body of Jack the Ripper victim Mary Ann Nichols, 31 August 1888. (c) The National Archives, MEPO 3/140 F 239.

Part of a police report on finding the body of Jack the Ripper victim Mary Ann Nichols, 31 August 1888. (c) The National Archives, MEPO 3/140 F 239.

Ted Kennedy’s car containing the body of Mary Joe Kopechne pulled out of Chappaquiddick tidal channel after he drove it off the bridge and left her to drown. 1969

Ted Kennedy’s car containing the body of Mary Joe Kopechne pulled out of Chappaquiddick tidal channel after he drove it off the bridge and left her to drown. 1969

Paul Cephas Howell (circa 1880) was a Mormon who moved to Salt Lake City from the South in 1874. Howell became the very first African-American police detective in Utah and the United States. Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

Paul Cephas Howell (circa 1880) was a Mormon who moved to Salt Lake City from the South in 1874. Howell became the very first African-American police detective in Utah and the United States. Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

Dallas Police Detective Jim Leavelle in March 1964. Leavelle was handcuffed to Oswald when Oswald was shot by Ruby.

Dallas Police Detective Jim Leavelle in March 1964. Leavelle was handcuffed to Oswald when Oswald was shot by Ruby.

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