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In Memory of Officer Henry J. Daly

Sergeant Hank Daly was a “Policeman’s Policeman.” He cared about the people that worked for him, and cared about the city he policed. Sergeant Daly joined the D.C. Metropolitan police in 1966 after he was discharded Honorably from the U.S.  Marine Corps. Sergeant Daly was a member of the D.C. Homicide Unit and one of the driving forces behind the start of the Cold Case Squad.

Date of Death:   November 22, 1994
Rank:         Sergeant
Age:           51
Years of Service: Twenty Eight
Marital Status:    Married
Children:               Two                                                                                                               
Location of Death:  300 Indiana Ave., NW (MPDC Headquarters)                          

Circumstance:
A homicide suspect, upset with the Metropolitan Police, entered Police Headquarters with an assault weapon. He then entered the Cold Case squad of the Homicide Branch. The suspect shot and killed Sergeant Daly and two FBI agents, Michael J. Miller and Martha Martinez. The suspect also wounded another FBI agent and a citizen, before committing suicide. 
Police Buildings of the 40's
Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police PRECINCTS  
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           1922:
House of Detention
1924
1878 :
4th Precinct 2nd Police Station 
Current Day photo of the old 10th Precinct currently in the 3rd District
1895-1905:

 "Courtesy of The Historical Society of   Washington, D.C., Kiplinger Library."   and with the assistance of Cecily  Hilleary 

Current Day  9th Precinct building what a shame...
FIRST PRECINCT:
SECOND PRECINCT:
THIRD PRECINCT:
FIFTH PRECINCT:
FOURTH PRECINCT:
SIXTH PRECINCT:
SEVENTH PRECINCT:
EIGTH PRECINCT:
NINTH PRECINCT:
TENTH PRECINCT:
ELEVENTH PRECINCT:
TWELVTH PRECINCT:
A map from 1890 that shows locations of the Washington D.C. metropolitan Police PRECINCTS. This was put together by Superintendent Richard Sylvester
1908
1924
Unknown Police Buildings
Sergeant Daly is at rest in Arlington Cemetary
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"The precinct photos posted below are compliments of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department"
These photos as you can probably tell are from the 1940's era. The patrol crs are the give away, does anyone know the exact model vehicle there were?
Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police
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BlackSheep Productions 2009
The 1925 opening of the 14th Precinct
The Old Days....