Smith, Bruce

Smith, Bruce

(1892–1955) police consultant, criminologist; born in Brooklyn. He worked at the New York Bureau of Municipal Research while completing a degree at Columbia University (1914–16). Through the bureau he was sent to Harrisburg, Pa., to conduct a police study (1923), which led to a career as a police consultant. He created a uniform international system for reporting crime statistics – publishing the first Uniform Crime Reports in 1930—taught at the FBI's national police training school (1935–55), and was director of the Institute of Public Administration (1954–55). He gained national attention during the 1950s for his critical scrutiny of the New York Police Department. Skeptical and pragmatic, he helped survey police departments in 50 American cities and several foreign countries, promoting efficiency and standardized crime reporting. He was also an avid sailor.
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Coaching connections: Malcolm Beard, Jim Blyth, Jamie Clapham, Terry Cooper, Garry Pendrey, Jim Smith, Bruce Rioch, Colin Todd, David Geddis FORM GUIDE BORO'S LAST FIVE Feb 15 (a) ARSENAL L 0-2 FAC Feb 10 (a) BLACKPOOL W 2-1 Feb 7 (h) CHARLTON W 3-1 Jan 31 (a) BRENTFORD W 1-0 Jan 24 (a) MAN CITY W 2-0 FAC Last five aways: 0-2, 2-1, 1-0, 2-0, 0-0 BIRMINGHAM'S LAST FIVE Feb 10 (h) MILLWALL L 0-1 Feb 7 (a) FULHAM D 1-1 Jan 31 (h) NORWICH D 0-0 Jan 27 (a) SHEFF WED D 0-0 Jan 24 (h) WEST BROM L 1-2 FAC Last five homes: 0-1, 0-0, 1-2, 3-1, 0-4
Darren and assistant curator Eleanor Clayton have brought together more than 100 works by artists such as Andy Warhol, Sigmar Polke, Jack Smith, Bruce McLean, Allen Jones and Richard Hamilton to explore themes of glamour and identity and gender definitions.
The cast of nine men includes: Zak Resnick, Doug Kreeger, Howie Michael Smith, Bruce Warren, Jonathan Rayson, Chris Hoch, Nick Reynolds, Nick Cearley, and Bryan Scott Johnson.
above from left) Andrew Smith, Bruce Hamilton, Graeme Hamilton and Alan King and (left) one of the flamboyant entertainers.
The thought of A-list celebs such as Will Smith, Bruce Willis and Kiera Knightley filming on set in the region is a mouth-watering prospect.
The others added are Craig Smith, Bruce Douglas and Dougie Hall.
Their testimony not only explicates Close's oeuvre but places it in a vital, evolving milieu, as pieces by Robert Rauschenberg, Janet Fish, Alex Katz, Mark Greenwold, Kiki Smith, Bruce Marden or Elizabeth Murray fill the screen or casually punctuate the background (and Glass' composition "Portrait of Chuck" briefly infiltrates the soundtrack).
If Althoff's installation had actually been the labor of some of the obsessive netting-and-veil queens from whom he self-consciously borrows--people like Jack Smith, Bruce Conner, and Stevie Nicks--the gallery doors would have remained locked, with the artist still futzing with things until maybe a day before the closing.
Northampton, with fit-again Scotland star Tom Smith back in their line-up, surged ahead with tries from Robbie Morris, John Rudd (2), Tom Smith, Bruce Reihana and Ben Cohen - all converted by Paul Grayson.
Yet Clyde Wijnhard remains one of the most dangerous strikers at this level and, even after the sale of Marcus Stewart and in the probable absence of Smith, Bruce can call on Chris Hay, a deadline-day capture from Swindon, or loan signings Alun Armstrong and Michel Ngonge.
Finley, Curt Flood (whom Olbermann calls the greatest omission), Carl Furillo, Ron Guidry, Keith Hernandez, Gil Hodges, Tommy John, Jim Kaat, Bowie Kuhn, Roger Maris, Mike Marshall (the ex-Dodgers reliever, not the outfielder), Billy Martin, Bill Mazeroski, John McSherry, Marvin Miller, Minnie Minoso, Thurman Munson, Dale Murphy, Graig Nettles, Don Newcombe, Tony Oliva, Al Oliver, Steve Palermo, Milt Pappas, Vada Pinson, Boog Powell, Jim Rice, Ron Santo, Ted Simmons, Reggie Smith, Bruce Sutter, Don Sutton, Erza Sutton (no relation), Luis Tiant, Joe Torre (as a player, not yet as a manager) and Bill White.
Through the years, the Columbia Records roster has boasted such legendary and contemporary superstars as Bob Dylan, Marc Anthony, Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett, Beyonce, Bow Wow, Cypress Hill, Miles Davis, Destiny's Child, Duke Ellington, Fugees, Billie Holiday, Jagged Edge, Billy Joel, Robert Johnson, Ricky Martin, John Mayer, Nas, Bessie Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand, System Of A Down, Train, and many more.