Ann Arbor Police Lieutenant Michael Logghe Discusses True Crimes In Ann Arbor & Anecdotes from the AAPD, then Assists in Unveiling the New aadl.org Feature 'Ann Arbor Police Department Online History Exhibit'

This event was held on April 24, 2006 at Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

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Listen to fascinating anecdotes of the Ann Arbor Police Department, then learn about this new aadl.org exhibit. A joint project of AADL and AAPD, the Online History Exhibit contains more than 200 images of Police Department history, including photos of the earliest officers, marshals, vintage cars and cityscapes. See the new Online History site unveiled and demonstrated. The site will then be accessible through aadl.org. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about our police department and this new, easily accessible online resource. The Ann Arbor Police Department Online History Exhibit also contains histories and narratives of the AAPD. Want to know how the Ann Arbor police shooting range was developed? Or who was the police chief in the 1970s? This is the new online source for that information. Lt. Michael Logghe has been a member of the Ann Arbor Police Department for twenty years. He grew up in Roseville, Michigan and received his BA in Criminal Justice from Ferris State University.

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