Regulations Governing Auxiliary Volunteer Police
8.5 in WIDE
(21.59 cm WIDE)

Given to William F. Appe, 1703 19 ave, Oakland, Calif. Approx. Jult 1942. Popular name for AVP [Auxiliary Volunteer Police] was Block Warden.

Yellowed paper, mimeographed in black "Regulations Governing Auxiliary Volunteer Police."

Auxiliary Volunteer Police were popularly called "Block Wardens." These regulations try to cover a vast variety of problems from people leaving their lights on during a blackout to hysteria, looting, vandalism, etc.

Used: William F. Appe | Block warden | Oakland Police Department

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