San Francisco Police Inspector badge #395, made by M. Sabatino. 14k gold. Issued to John M. Dyer who was appointed May 1, 1922. In 1933 he was a Corporal working at Central before being transferred to Ingleside Station. Before becoming a police officer he was a San Francisco Fireman.
San Francisco Police Lieutenant badge #81, made by J.C. Irvine Kearny St. SF. Sterling. Issued to Gilbert P. Chase who was appointed 9-7-1894 and retired in Dec. 1931.
Dec. 16, 1931
From the Nov. 1930 San Francisco Police and Peace Officers' Journal:
Officer Edward C. Green, Headquarters Co. November 8, 1930, Officer Edward S. Greene shot and killed Edward Jiminez in an attempted holdup of a grocery store at 1192 Haight Street. In September 1931 Officer Greene received the, “Outstanding Police Hero” medal from the 91st Division Association.
San Francisco Police Sergeant badge #760, made by Irvine & Jachens. Sterling. Presentation on back:
Presented to Edward Greene By Members of
Co. E. Dated 9-16-43.
Officer John M. Dyer seated on the left next to Officer Thomas E. Collins, both were trophy winners on the pistol team. August 7, 1930.