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The Police Gazette is a legendary publication that originally ran for over 130 years and was the inspiration for much of what we take for granted in today's popular culture. Playboy, Sports Illustrated, the National Enquirer, Guinness World Records, Life, Esquire, Maxim, Backstage, crime sheets like The Slammer, plus The Daily Show, Colbert Report, Howard Stern.... The list goes on; the Police Gazette did it first. So why call it the "National POLICE Gazette?" Because it also invented the John Walsh show America's Most Wanted.
Today, the Police Gazette is back. In addition to this website, we publish regular new editions online and in print out of the Binghamton/Ithaca, NY, region; provide a research service that has aided everyone from major museums and Hollywood producers to the general public; clean, restore, and offer for sale the great works of art found in old Gazettes; and manage all Police Gazette trademarks and copyrights. See links to the right for more information.
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