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POLICE BLOTTER

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 Tammany Hall Sweep

New Police Shake Up Hits 37 Detectives
7 Captains Shifted

The New York Times, November 11, 1923

– Case Description

Police Commissioner Enright caused another stir in the Police Department yesterday afternoon when he sent thirty-seven second grade detective sergeants to patrol duty in various precincts, assigned thirty-nine policemen from patrol duty to take their places and shifted seven Captains to other precincts. Among those assigned to replace them is Henry Flattery of Jamaica, Queens.  

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