This appears to be part of a larger article, but only this portion was kept in the scrapbook. I have no idea what newspaper originally published it. I only know that it was between June and December 1930.
– Patrolman Walter Gallagher of the Ridgefield Police Department has just completed a course in finger print classification and photography at the New York Police Bureau of Criminal Identification. The courtesy was extended by former Commissioner Grover Whalen at the request of Police Supervisor George F. Darrow. In the near future Officer Gallagher will be presented with a gold bar for evcellency [sic] in marksmanship for a total of eighty-seven out of a possible hundred shots on June 13th.