19 images. Police Academy feature (Police shoot film), 10 February 1958. Thad Brown; Officer Louis G. Cooley; Sergeant Walter Stark; Officer James Estes; Officer James E. Maxwell; Officer Donald Day; Officer John Rueckert; Officer Albin Bordick; Officer Louis Bounds; Officer George Meylink; Officer James J. Kegley; Officer Leland R. Schmidt.; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Ringquist. Date: 1958-02-10. Reporter: Donoghue. Assignment: Police shoot film. Special instructions: Monday. 9-25: Rapid fire with 38 police specials at celluloid badmen. From foreground to rear -- Officer James E. Maxwell, 10 years in department, of Venice Division; Officer George Meylink, Venice Division, and Officers James J. Kegley of Central Division. 11: Deputy Chief Thad Brown discusses 'self evaluated' score with Motorcycle Officer Louis G. Cooley of Downtown traffic control division. Sergeant Walter Stark, chief instructor, looks on. L to R -- Stark, Cooley and Brown. Cooley says, 'I'm sure I hit one of the suspects, but I have a funny feeling that I was shot, too.' 17-18: Plainclothes Officer John A. Halloran, Central Office, in combat crouch as he fires at killers in police training movie. 'They move so fast that you have to be on your toes every minute. When I first shot at this film, I was guilty of hitting the wrong men. But you get better all the time.' 33: Sergeant Walter Stark, range master and chief pistol instructor at Police Academy in Chavez Ravine, shows class of advanced officers (10 or more years with department) fatal area on silhouette. 15-16: Sergeant Walter Stark lectures to class of handling .38 police special. 37-12: General view of range with officers shooting at 'cops and robbers' training film. 19-20: Patrolman Leland R. Schmidt, 12 year veteran of Venice division, says: 'I'm afraid I hit one of the officers, but I also am sure I got both suspects'".; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Wyman. Date: 1958-02-11. Reporter: Donoghue. Assignment: Police school movie. Special instructions: Monday. Police Sergeant Emmet L. Jones, director of training aids, Los Angeles Police Academy, and pistol marksmanship trophies won by members of the Los Angeles Police Department. Series of frames from police film for pistol training written, directed, photographed, and produced by Jones".