Budget increases for buying more Anaheim Police Department badges – Orange County Register
With ongoing hires, promotions and retirements, the Anaheim Police Department needed more badges.
So it told Sun Badge Company, which has filled the agency’s needs for more than a decade, to be prepared.
The Anaheim Police Department badge can be seen on the uniforms of two motorcycle officers. (Register file photo)
Group portrait of the Anaheim Police Department in 1929; identified left to right: (front row) Sergt. Pifer, Sergt. Warton, Detective J.W. Bleecker, Capt. Andrade, Chief J.S. Bouldin, Patrolman William Young; (back row) Motorcycle Officer R. Sidebottom, Officers Stephenson, T. Wilder, A. Bowen, Gib Cheatum, Sergt. Ed. Presnell, Officer G. Rude, Motorcycle Officer Fay Barnett.
Group portrait of members of the Anaheim Police Department, taken July 1927; image shows 13 men and one woman in the southwest corner of Anaheim City Park (now Pearson Park), identified front row, seated left to right as: 1. unidenified; 2. Mabel Griffith, Anaheim’s first policewoman; 3. Mark A. Stephenson; 4. Chief John S. Martin; back row, standing left to right as: 5. Oscar Kelly; 6. unidentified; 7. William “Bill” Young; 8. Emil Dutzi; 9. “Gibb” Cheatum’ 10. unidentified; 11. Ted Wilder; 12. Ross Sidebottom; 13. Marcus Andrade; 14. Fay Barnett; visible in background is the Back, Campbell & Kaulbar Mortuary building and Lion Fountain donated by the Lion’s Club. Requests: 0
Portrait of Captain Marcus Fernando Andrade of the Anaheim Police Department; Capt. Andrade was a member of the Anaheim Police force for 23 years, serving as a patrolman, Desk Sergeant and Captain; a noted horseman, he was often seen astride one of his horses, either a coal black or palomino steed; image shows Capt. Andrade in bust-length view, with mustache and glasses, wearing his Anaheim Police Department uniform and hat. Taken about 1920.
An Anaheim Police Department badge. (File photo by Joshua Sudock/Orange County Register/SCNG)
Badges are worn by officers, dispatchers, cadets and volunteers. Employees are…