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Throwback: 1970s 'Shotgun or Sidearm?'– 1
A 1970s-era training film produced for the Pasadena Police Department.
Throwback: 1951 'Day with the FBI'–
Film from 1951 examines the duties of an FBI employee.
Throwback: 1959 'Focus on the FBI'–
Film produced for the FBI in 1959 follows twenty-seven year old law school graduate, Tom Holliday, progress through a thirteen week training course at the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia.
Throwback: 1969 'Crime Scene Investigation'–
FBI training film from 1969 details examination of soil, hair, and footprints.
Throwback: 1954 'Lie Detector'–
Film discusses the use of polygraphs and how the technology fits into police methodology.
Throwback: 1940s 'Self-Defense and Disarmament'–
Training video produced by the Los Angeles Police Department in the 1940s details self-defense and disarmament tactics.
Throwback: 1936 'Miami Police Pistol Range'–
Footage of Miami police in 1936 as they practice shooting from a moving vehicle.
Throwback: 1960s 'Stay Alert, Stay Alive'–
A training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the techniques and mechanics of arrest.
Throwback: 1951 'This is Your Police Department'–
Film produced for the Detroit Police Department in 1951 details various operations and ceremonies.
Throwback: 1950s 'Ford and the Highway Patrol'–
Commercial produced by Ford in the 1950s highlighting the company's relationship with the North Carolina Highway Patrol and law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Throwback: 'Criminal Identification' circa 1950s–
Film highlights a picture puzzle system used by witnesses to reconstruct the appearance of suspects.
Throwback: 1941 'Detectives and Their Work'–
Stop-motion animated film produced by the Saint Paul Police Department in 1941.
Throwback: 1968 'Bank Robberies'–
Training film produced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1968 contains actual surveillance footage of numerous bank robberies.
Throwback: 1976 'Vehicle Ambush'–
Police training film regarding the use of cars as weapons by criminals. Produced by the California State Police and distributed by the United States Agency for International Development in 1976.
Throwback: 1946 LAPD 'Report to the People'–
A report on traffic deaths for the purpose of community awareness and safety. Created by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1946.
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