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Brooklyn Detective badge #19.

Brooklyn Rank Badge issued in 1870,
post Metropolitan era.

Brooklyn Sergeant.

Brooklyn Police Detective Badge #19 issued in 1881 to Edmund Brown who promoted to Sergeant very quickly.

Brooklyn Rank Badge
Brooklyn Sergeant
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Bio Patrick Henry Mc Laughlin The Brooklyn Daily Eagle 24 Sep 1893

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
September 24, 1893

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Brooklyn InspectorTobacco Card Patrick H McLaughlin

Brooklyn Police Inspector Badge  issued in 1881 to Patrick H. Mc Laughlin.  July 1886.  Only 3 Inspectors wore this style badge making it the rarest Brooklyn badge on this page.  More articles on Mc Laughlin below.

Inspector Mc Laughlin Retires

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle May 1, 1905

Brooklyn Sergeant Frame by Rob Kohlstedt
Inspector Frame by Rob Kohnstedt

Brooklyn Inspector Frame by Rob Kohlstedt

Brooklyn Sergeant Frame by Rob Kohlstedt

Brooklyn Captain 1888-1898 made by S. A. French N.Y.

Brooklyn Captain worn from 1888 - 1898, made by S. A. French N. Y.

Badge collectors can’t think of Brooklyn badges without thinking of Art Sinai.  This is a picture of Art at the Brooklyn Public Library giving a talk on Brooklyn badges.  Some of these badges were once owned by Art.  Maybe all of them.

Badge collectors can’t think of Brooklyn badges without thinking of Art Sinai.  This is a picture of Art at the Brooklyn Public Library giving a talk on Brooklyn badges.  Some of the badges on this page were once owned by Art. 
Maybe all of them at one time.
Click Here.

This Brooklyn Park Police Sergeants badge is an example of the badges worn by the officers patrolling the 526 acre Prospect Park. The park's police force was established in 1866. According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle its mission was "to guard the property now on the ground, and hereafter promote the observance of the peace and respect for the improvements when the Park shall become a public resort."  The original force consisted of nine patrolmen, three sergeants, and a captain.  In the following photo from 195, patrolman John O'Hara warns Donald Boa of the dangers from skating on Prospect Park Lake.

This Brooklyn Park Police Sergeants badge is an example of the badges worn by the officers patrolling the 526 acre Prospect Park. The park's police force was established in 1866. According to the Brooklyn Daily Eagle its mission was "to guard the property now on the ground, and hereafter promote the observance of the peace and respect for the improvements when the Park shall become a public resort."  The original force consisted of nine patrolmen, three sergeants, and a captain.  In the following photo from 195, patrolman John O'Hara warns Donald Boa of the dangers from skating on Prospect Park Lake.

For more information on this rare badge CLICK HERE to be taken to the Brooklyn Public Library web site.

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