Police Commissioner of San Francisco, Author, Frontiersman
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The Police Commissioner of San Francisco is a former cattle rancher and deputy sheriff. A life-long outdoors-man, he is a founder of the Little Missouri Stockmen’s Association and the Boone and Crockett Club, whose primary goal is the conservation of large game animals and their habitats. He is also a published author, having written for several magazines and authoring three books: Hunting Trips of a Ranchman, Ranch Life and the Hunting-Trail, and The Wilderness Hunter.
As Police Commissioner, Roosevelt implemented regular inspections of firearms and annual physical exams; he appointed 300 recruits based on their physical and mental qualifications, regardless of political affiliation, established Meritorious Service Medals, and closed corrupt police hostelries. Roosevelt makes a habit of walking officers’ beats late at night and early in the morning to make sure that they are on duty.