A collection of materials created by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for internal communications and external community
relations relating to law enforcement. The collection contains eighteen issues of the LAPD's
Daily Training Bulletin (1951-1952); the text of a 1955 speech by W. H. Parker titled "The Police Role in Community Relations" (printed in the form
of an extended
Daily Training Bulletin; an operational handbook for internal use by LAPD personnel detailing the extensive security plan for Nikita Khrushchev's
1959 visit to Los Angeles; and the text of an address given by LAPD Chief Thomas Reddin in 1968 titled "Law Enforcement in
a Complex Society."
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