FULL LIST OF Throwback RESULTS
Throwback: Pa. police video of a robbery–
Watch this vintage clip from "What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up" of the Reading Police Department arresting a "robber" attempting to rob a downtown store.
Throwback 1953: Your police–
Presents information about the police department and its services to citizens.
Washington DC police in the 1960s–
Explores the life of a police officer in Washington D.C. and shows how police help keep a community together.
Throwback: 1970s 'Shotgun or Sidearm?'–
A 1970s-era training film produced for the Pasadena Police Department.
Vintage cruisers at Police Week 2010–
Footage captures vintage police cruisers as they roll through the streets during the 2010 Police Week parade in Judiciary Square, Washington, D.C.
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.
PoliceOne top 5
- Video: Alaska police fatally shoot armed man holding hostages
- PD removes 'Blue Lives Matter,' Punisher car decals after criticism
- Police: Some Chicago gangs turning to rifles for added firepower
- Report: Hiring standards may be lowered to meet Border Patrol staffing goal
- Retired CHP sergeant dies while protecting friend from robber
Quiz: Where should you take your long-overdue police vacation?
Being a cop isn't easy. You deserve a relaxing vacation, whether your chief believes you or not.