Film documents daily activities of Troop K of the New York State Police at their headquarters in Hawthorne, N.Y. Includes footage of inspection; apprehension of fugitives in a car by Troopers on motorbike (likely dramatization); mounted police still in use "in the back country"; and use of technology, particularly teletype machines which "Day and night... pound out their cryptic messages of murder and theft."
New York State Archives. New York (State). Division of State Police. Motion picture film and videotapes, approximately 1930-1980. 22427-11, Box 7.;16mm; black & white; sound
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