Putting the Spin On Police Work

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Times have changed from the days when kids loved to play cops and robbers. The saying “calling all cars” was a veritable mantra for those who played the cops, while “stick ’em up” was a fairly frequent robberism.

This game from Parker Brothers (c. 1932) reminds us of an old America, when cops were mostly white, SWAT teams did not exist and order was maintained from police cruisers. Take a spin down memory lane with this simple board game. And try to solve the mystery of the ghost symbol too.

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