Photograph of four policemen modeling various styles of uniforms worn by the Los Angeles Police Department, [s.d.]. The four men are lined up at center and are facing slightly to the right. They are standing in front of the doorway to a large brick builidng. The uniforms are all dark in color and consist of pants, jackets, hats and a badge.; Four Police Officers modeling uniforms . The first uniform is not present, the uniform with the rounded hat is from 1894 to 1904, the second uniform is 1904 to approximately 1918, the third uniform had a variety of variations and was in 1918 to 1932, the fourth uniform was 1932 to approximately 1965. The cross strap was discontinued due to officer safety. You will notice that starting from the right to left there are 3 different badges. Badge #1 was the starburst, #2 was the 6 point star, #3 was the square type, #4 was the small square type with a round copper city seal, #5 was the oval with the eagle and #6 is our present day badge oval with sunburst and city hall. For more information on Los Angeles Police History, contact the Los Angeles Police Historical Society.