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Newark (N.J.) Police Department collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MG Nwk Police Dept-(Main)
Scope and Contents A substantial portion of the collection is comprised of material related to the preparation of "Coping with Crime in Newark," a report by Dr. Dorothy Guyot, for the Governmental Response to Crime Project, Northwestern University Center for Urban Studies. Included is a draft copy of the report (1980) and transcripts of lengthy interviews [by Guyot?] with informants Donald Malafonte, Charles Cummings, and Bob Blackwell, giving detailed accounts of the relationship of issues of crime and policing...

Newark (N.J.) Police records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk Police-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection contains research materials related to the Northwestern University Project on Governmental Responses to Crime led by Dr. Dorothy Guyot. Guyot, at one time an Associate Professor at the School of Criminal Justice of Rutgers University, later became a faculty member at St. John's College, Annapolis, MD. Guyot is the author of "They Say the Commissioner Is Too Lenient" (1977), "Bending Granite: Attempts to Change the Rank Structure of American Police Departments" (1978), and...

Newark Riots papers (N.J.)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MG Nwk Riots-(Main)
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 3 archival boxes containing photocopies of presentments, reports and affidavits related to death and police abuse that occurred during the civil disturbances in Newark from July 13 through July 18, 1967. Box #2 duplicate of Box #1 not for public use. Box #3 includes files labeled as "Rose Lee Abraham," "Tedock Bell," "Rebecca Brown," " Hatti Gainer," "Raymond Gilmer," "Ike Harrison," "Jesse Mae Jones," "RUFUS Council," "William Furr, Joey Bass," "Albert Mersier,"...

Norman-Thomas-Riot Police Records

 Collection
Identifier: MG Nwk Thomas -(Main)
Overview Newark Police Department records from the investigation surrounding a riot in Military Park at a speech of Socialist Norman Thompson.