Police Station during childhood, Skinny VanRy, Small Force, Domestic Incident, Weekend Time, Mexican Jailed, Dog Catcher, Phil Brooks and 7UP, Padnos, Dredging the Channel, Chief VanHofrs Policing Style, Pedestrian accident, Pete Bontekoe, 1932 Bank Robbery, Gillette Brother's Robbery, Diekema. Officer duties, Clocking the Train speed, Communication, Hobos, Lamour and O'Brien in Holland, Lincoln School kids guarded from train tracks, Local courtesies for officers, Ice boats, Polycythemia. Onslow County SheriffPosse, Family, How Ollie became an officer, Donnelly, VanHofPs Police and his nickname "Fleelfoot", Summer roller-skating, Community support. Traffic, Strict community, Rules, How crime has changed, Intuition, Training and learning, Rewards, Guidelines ofPolice
Repository citation: Nickel, Matthew, "Wierenga, Ollie Oral History Interview: History of Law Enforcement in Holland" (2002). History of Law Enforcement in Holland. Paper 11.
Published in: 2002 - History of Law Enforcement in Holland (H88-0234) - Hope College Living Heritage Oral History Project, July 8, 2002. Copyright © 2002 Hope College, Holland, MI.