Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Series: 5) Police Administration
Box 679 Folder 4 Administration, American Personnel, General, 101 1955-1961
(Partially scanned folder | 10 records)
March 19th,1960
A memorandum is sent out to the division heads of the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group concerning, "...the acquisition, sale, or disposition of personal property, motor vehicles, and currency." The document includes information on regulations pertaining to the importation, sale, and exportation of property, vehicles, and scooters, and the acquisition and conversion of U.S. currency.
February 14th,1959
The Administrative Services Division of the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group sends out informational memorandums to American personnel and staff members from February to July, 1959. They discuss homeward travel costs, language instruction costs, medical examination procedures, the Emergency Travel Plan, and shipping and travel allowances.
April 17th,1959
Acting Chief Advisor to the Police Administration Division Howard Hoyt gets in heated correspondence with former MSUG employee Robert Gollings. Hoyt contacts Gollings' supervisor over an unpaid hospital visit in Vietnam, to which Gollings replies explaining both his contributions to the project and the expenses owed him by the group. Hoyt sends a partially apologetic response, and a brief explanation is given of the situation from the doctor's point of view.
March 7th,1960
Three drafts are made of a research proposal from Victor Strecher to Chief Advisor Lloyd Musolf for a, "...study to be made of political-philosophical aspects of providing technical assistance to law enforcement organizations which may employ improved techniques of operation in a less than democratic manner."
August 22nd,1959
Administrative Services of the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group send out a memorandum of regulations on the conflict of interests and private business activities of employees for the International Cooperation Administration.
July 1960
Victor Strecher turns in a personal activities report for the time period of July to December, 1960. The report is a summary of his day to day activities working for the Police Training Division of the Participant Training Program.
November 8th,1960
Ralph Turner sends a memorandum to all Police Division staff concerning insurance policies carried by Michigan State University personnel. The information comes from a conversation between M. Handville and H. Stoutenburg.
May 6th,1960
James Hendry sends to Lloyd Musolf informational materials relating to the administration and organization of the identification program.
February 8th,1960
Victor Strecher turns in a personal activities report for the time period of July to December, 1960. The report is a summary of his day to day activities working for the Police Training Division of the Participant Training Program.
January 5th,1959
Victor Strecher submits an activity program for 1960 that deals with, "...the selection, English instruction, periodic examination, orientation, and other pre-departure preparation of USOM Civil Police and Security participants.