The Aurora Police Department Facebook page keeps followers up to date on the latest events.
But, as you math majors have no doubt noticed, something was missing: a tribute to badass Aurora cops from the 1960s.
Fortunately, the collection of shots from that decade are just as remarkable, including the one above, which highlighted the Aurora Police Reserve Program, which was formed in 1968 and retired thirty years later due to "increased training costs, mandated training and accreditation standards that had a fiscal impact on the department."
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