Chief Kenlon Submits Practical Traffic Plan

Issue 5 and Volume 79.

Chief Kenlon Submits Practical Traffic Plan Outlines a Co-ordinated Police and Traffic System, in Report to the Mayor, Which Should Prove Most Effective THE following plan, embodying not only a system of traffic control so as to facilitate the movement of fire apparatus in crowded sections of a city, but also constituting a complete system of police surveillance, has been submitted by Chief John Kenlon. of the New York Fire Department to Mayor Walker, of that city. Chief Kenlon’s report is one of the most complete and comprehensive plans of police supervision ever devised, combining, as it does, the regulation of traffic from “fixed posts” and the keeping in constant touch between the men on these posts and the police and fire departments, so that they can be prepared to intelligently function in all cases of fire, robbery or other events requiring police attention. Chief Kenlon’s report follows: To HONORABLE…

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