Orlando Police Department Handcuffs and Key
Orlando Police Handcuffs and Key
A pair of handcuffs and key from the Orlando Police Department (OPD). These items are featured in one of the Orlando Remembered exhibits at the Orlando City Hall, located at 400 South Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando, Florida. The handcuffs were a gift of Bob Chewning, who became the OPD's Chief of Police in 1967. These handcuffs were used sometime between 1946, when Chewning became a beat officer in 1946, and 1976, when he retired. During the 1950s, the OPD and Orlando City Jail were located on the west side of North Orange Avenue, between East Jackson Street and East South Street.
Original handcuffs and key: Orlando Remembered Exhibit, Orlando City Hall, Orlando, Florida.
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Original color digital image, 2016.
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Orlando Remembered Exhibit, Orlando City Hall, Orlando, Florida.
Orlando City Hall Collection, Orlando Remembered Collection, Orlando Collection, Orange County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
1 handcuffs and key
Orlando Police Department, Orlando City Hall, Downtown Orlando, Florida
"A Tribute to Robert Joseph Chewning." Orlando Police Retirees, December 10, 2006. http://orlandopoliceretirees.com/Robert%2520Chewning%2520Tribute.pdf.