"Operations give us a new dress code?" (Photo Finish)

All officers, as well as uniformed officers not obviously connected to a specific department, are listed in
Names of Officers

Accounting and Auditing
• Starsky whines about collecting his receipts, “Don’t tell me Accounting is into that again.” (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Dobey scolds the Auditing Department “won’t accept scribbling on a cocktail napkin as a receipt.” (Hutchinson for Murder One)

Arson Squad
• Arson gives information on the Zane fire. (Bounty Hunter)

• Ballistics tests officers’ guns. (Snowstorm)
• Ballistics “will have to finish their tests” to determine whose bullet killed Janice Drew. (Specialist)
• The Ballistics door is seen. (Pariah)
• The Ballistics door is seen, though Dobey comes out of it as the Darkroom. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead.)
• Ballistics says, “It’s a door triggered blasting cap, good for a scare is all,” about the dummy in Buzzy’s locker. (Golden Angel)
• “Ballistics says Reinhart was killed with same caliber bullet as Braddock,” reports Hutch. (Photo Finish)

Bomb Squad and Police Demolition
• The Bomb Squad takes the bomb out of the Torino. (Specialist)
• The Bomb Squad investigates Mac’s blown-up car. (Specialist)
• The Bomb Squad takes the dynamite out of the Dobey house. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Police Demolition is mentioned. (Murder at Sea)
• Hutch asks if Bomb Squad has been called. He is told it is on its way. (Golden Angel)

• Bunco’s location is upstairs from Starsky and Hutch’s squad room. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)

Cafeteria and the Commissary
• The commissary is mentioned as being downstairs from the squad room. (Vampire)
• Starsky buys garlic at the commissary. (Vampire)
• Starsky gets the commissary as a wrong number; he wanted Lock-Up. (Texas Longhorn)
• Starsky and Hutch get donuts for Minnie at the “office bakery.” (Collector)
• Starsky and Hutch advertise Dobey’s phone number as the commissary. (Running)
• Starsky comes into the squad room with a grocery bag, perhaps from the commissary. (Losing Streak)
• The cafeteria is located in the basement. (Shootout)
• Starsky and Hutch eat in the cafeteria with Abby. (Bounty Hunter)
• Hutch mentions to Dobey that Starsky is getting something to eat “downstairs.” (Moonshine)
• Hutch observes Starsky's big lunch and says, "I suppose the cafeteria had to shut down and restock supplies after you left, eh?" (Silence)

Chalk Room
• Mike says he will meet Starsky and Hutch in the Chalk Room after he finishes up some paperwork. (Iron Mike)
• Hutch and Paco interview Andrea in a comfortable room, with cushy chairs, a table lamp, a chalkboard, a coffee maker and large table. It is “upstairs” from Dobey’s office. This could be the Chalk Room. (Velvet Jungle)

Chief of Police
• Captain Ryan, Chief of Detectives (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Deputy Chief Roarke, orders the watch on Dobey’s house (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Hutch recounts to Jane, as Dobey said to the Chief, “it would be bad press” if Jane got hurt. (Murder Ward)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch, “Just got off the phone with the Chief,” regarding the fluffed drug bust. (Jojo)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch he is getting immense pressure from the Chief’s office about the Blaine case. (Death in a Different Place)
• Dobey receives a memo from the Chief, saying the inquest will be publicized. (Pariah)
• Hutch reminds Myerson to keep his own daughter in mind when Myerson fills out the report for the Chief of Police. (Strange Justice)

City Jail
• Biggs is in the City Jail. (Strange Justice)
• Dan Slate is held in the City Jail. (Strange Justice)
• Jack’s buddy is in the City Jail. (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Jenny Brown is in the City Jail. (Sweet Revenge)
• The man who knifed Hutch in garage is killed in the City Jail. (Sweet Revenge)

Commissioner’s Office
• The Commissioner’s Office is mentioned. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• Sterling is going to have his department chief in Washington call the police Commissioner. (Velvet Jungle)
• The Commissioner is concerned about the department’s image. (Heroes)
• Dispatch radios, "Zebra Three, Captain Dobey is in a meeting with the Commissioner and cannot be disturbed." (Omaha Tiger)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch the Commissioner may make the decision about Hutch’s suspension. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Dobey says the Commissioner is “going to hang me out to dry.” (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Starsky and Hutch were asked “directly by the Commissioner” not to bug Jojo. (Jojo)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch he doesn’t want to hear any complaints from the Commissioner’s office about the case. (Photo Finish)
• The Commissioner is upset about the torn up sidewalk. (Fatal Charm)
• Dobey complains the Commissioner is coming after him “with a red hot poker.” (Groupie)
• Dobey says Starsky and Hutch are lucky the “Feds didn’t go to the Commissioner” about their involvement in the Karpel case. (Deadly Imposter)
• Dobey reminds Starsky and Hutch, “The commissioner wants a report every afternoon.” (Heavyweight)
• Sergeant Sheila Peterson is preparing a report for the Commissioner for next week to get more resources for the Child Abuse Department. (Crying Child)
• The Commissioner, off-screen, asks Starsky and Hutch to rejoin the force. (Targets 3)
• Dobey says he has already talked to the Commissioner, and there is nothing he can do about Phelps’ unflattering article. (Heroes)

Computer Center
• Starsky calls the Computer Center and asks for information on print shops. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Officer Stone works with computers; Dobey asks if it has spilled out a make. Hutch asks Detective Services to "add that to the program you're running." (Texas Longhorn)
• A computer is seen in the background in Charlie Collins' office, and computer cards are mentioned. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Hutch studies computer printouts. (Sweet Revenge)
• Dobey says, "according to the computer" regarding information about Bessinger. (Silence)
• Hutch asks Officer Wallenby to put all the information in the computer, specifically about Jenny Brown. (Sweet Revenge)
• Starsky asks Minnie if she has another file that the computer doesn't spit out. (Cover Girl)
• Bettin's computer calculates minimal risk with Jojo. (Jojo)
• Hutch is going to run fifty possibles through the computer. (Huggy Can't Go Home)

Conference Rooms
• A conference room’s location is the fifth floor, right to interrogation room # 527. (Shootout)
• Dobey and others are seen coming out of the conference room. He tells Starsky and Hutch about Jamieson in front of it. (Terror on the Docks)

Confiscated Weapons Room
• The Confiscated Weapons room is mentioned as the place the “clean piece” was stolen from. (Committee)

• Vic Rankin’s money is turned over to Counterfeit. (Losing Streak)
• Starsky says something is “over in Counterfeit.” (Plague)
• Officer Duval works in Counterfeit. (Plague)
• Counterfeit was asked to look at Callendar’s one hundred dollar bills. (Plague)

Crime Lab/Pathology
• Dobey wants the “ear,” the bug sent to the lab for analysis. Starsky and Hutch keep it to trick the Baron. (Dandruff)
• Dr. Cheryl Jennings works there. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Dobey tells Hutch, “The lab boys are going over the restroom now.” (Bloodbath)
• Dr. Morgan gives Dryden and Simonetti the run down on Vanessa’s killer. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Hutch hassles Officer Hardy about rubber piece and wants results from the Crime Lab. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Hutch says the cigarette with lipstick will get tested there, doesn’t let Stanton touch it. (Ballad for a Blue Lady)
• Hutch tells someone on the phone to “notify the prints and lab boys.” (Huggy Can’t Go Home)
• Its employees are referred to as the “Lab Boys.”(various)
• Hutch asks Tom to "get a shot of that," referring to Zach Tyler's wife's body. He asks Tom to make sure he got of shot of the tire tracks. (Texas Longhorn)
• Officer Hardy works there. (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Officer Harold works there. (Texas Longhorn)
• Officer Kazelkovsky is ordered by Dobey to get the prints off the van. (Bloodbath)
• Starsky has soup can tested there. (Game)
• The Crime Lab gets Parker’s prints off the letter. (Groupie)
• Hutch suggests they get the Crime Lab to check out the Banks apartment. (Terror on the Docks)
• The Crime Lab determines the blood is bovine rather than human. (Bloodbath)
• Officer Sid finds the bullet in the crate at the warehouse and traces it to Crown's gun. (Snowstorm)
• Hutch gives Starsky the rundown from the Crime Lab on Helen’s body. (Lady Blue)
• The lab determines heroin residue in Huey Chaco / John Brown Harris’ blood analysis. (Texas Longhorn)
• Dobey is waiting on information from the Lab on car trunk carpet fibers. (Discomania)
• Hutch says the Lab’s results on the prescription reveals it is a “barbiturate.” (Discomania)
• Starsky says, "While you two waltz around each other, I'll go call Pathology." (Omaha Tiger)
• Hutch says, "Pathology's gonna check it out and call us back." (Omaha Tiger)
• Starsky says, "If Pathology calls back with the right answer, we got a murder on our hands." (Omaha Tiger)
• Hutch says, "You tell Pathology I wanna know now, not tomorrow." (Omaha Tiger)
• The Pathology office is seen as Starsky and Hutch sit in the hallway after they find Helen. (Lady Blue)
• The viewer sees them working in the background. (Vendetta, Terror on the Docks, Bloodbath)
• Starsky is going to call Dobey and have him "send a lab team to do prints on Johnson's car." (Hostages)

• Dobey visits the darkroom with Miss Sutton. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Starsky suggests Marcie’s film should be developed at the Darkroom. (Photo Finish)
• Dobey is having copies of Tabor’s photo made. He says they should be done in a half an hour. (Long Walk)

Dispatch/Communications Center
• Starsky offers to take Bobby on tour of the Communications Center. (Survival)
• Officer Mildred works out of it. (Survival)
• Hutch calls in, "This is Zebra Three to Communications." (Hostages)
• Officer Tinker tells his partner to check with Dispatch on the address. (Pariah)

• Dobey mentions to Hutch the Feds are “downstairs asking questions” about the paper warehouse bust. (Starsky’s Brother)

File Room
• Officer Maxine works there. (Committee)
• Officer Sally Hagen used to work there but she moves to Vice. (Specialist)

Gambling Squad
• It is mentioned. Dobey would like to solve their case for them and show them up. (Kill Huggy Bear)

• Marty Decker is kept in Holding overnight. (Discomania)
• Marty Decker “is in holding with a sketch artist.” (Discomania)

• Homicide is on the fifth floor, the same as Ballistics, Switchboard, Records and Identification and Dobey’s office. (Pariah)
• Homicide is mentioned. (Action)
• Dobey sets Starsky straight; “You’re the detective. I’m the captain. This is Homicide.” (Body Worth Guarding)
• Captain Harold C. Dobey, Captain of Detectives, office is # 517. (Snowstorm, various)
• Captain Mike Ferguson mentions Starsky, Hutch and he work in the “same department.” (Iron Mike)
• Captain William R. Dobey’s is office # 606. (Pilot)
• Detective Bill Johnson has the next cocktail waitress murder. (Lady Blue)
• Detective Henderson works in Homicide. (Quadromania, Birds of a Feather)
• Detective Leo Moon, who was sent to prison for murder, used to have Starsky and Hutch’s beat. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• Detective Mike Todesco works in Homicide. (Collector, Class in Crime)
• Detective Taggert works in Homicide. (Avenger)
• Detective Yost works in Homicide. (Heroes)
• Starsky shows his Zebra stripes when he tells Hutch, “How’d I know Homicide was going to call?” (Collector)
• Officer Barney Franklin works in Homicide but in the 22
nd Precinct. Hutch asks him for information. (Set-Up)
• Officer Mac Johnson used to have Dobey’s beat. (Omaha Tiger)
• Officer Phil Grogen works in Homicide. (Foxy Lady)
• Officer Wofford works in Homicide. Wofford is at the scene of the abandoned van. Dobey yells at Wofford in the squad room. (Bloodbath, Survival)
• Starsky and Hutch work out of Homicide. (Deadly Imposter, Heroes, Action)
• Starsky says, “How did I know Homicide was going to call us?” (Collector)
• Starsky and Hutch convince Dobey the Marlborough Health Club case is “a case for Homicide,” and therefore them. (Action)
• Starsky says, “We’re Detectives assigned to Homicide, not Babysitting.” (Body Worth Guarding)
• The squad room is # 519. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead, various)

Impound Vehicles
• Impound is seen in the underground police garage. The stolen Torino is towed there. (Pilot)
• A tow truck with “Police Towing” written on the side is seen in the garage. (Pilot)
• Hutch tells Sarah she has to go to Impound and fill out forms to get her “stolen” car back. (Kill Huggy Bear)
• Starsky tells car wash owner he has to go down to Impound to get his van back. (Psychic)

• Sterling is the Federal Agent in charge of Bay City’s immigration office. (Velvet Jungle)
• Starsky threatens car wash owner with Immigration, saying it “would have a field day” there. (Psychic)
• Officer Paco Ortega works in Immigration but through Metro. (Velvet Jungle)

Internal Affairs
• Its nicknames are “Headhunters” and IA. (Committee)
• Internal Affairs is located “up the hall” from the Squad Room. (Jojo)
• It is involved in investigating the John Blaine case. (Death in a Different Place)
• Internal Affairs is alerted the cocaine amount was short. "In a theft like this, everybody's under suspicion and their gonna go by the book." (Snowstorm)
• Internal Affairs is upset about the first Phelps report. (Heroes)
• Captain Ed Myerson works in Internal Affairs. He gets Slate’s case. (Strange Justice)
• The head of Internal Affairs is Lieutenant Fargo. His nickname is “The Hatchet Man” (Committee)
• Dobey calls the switchboard and asks for Internal Affairs. (Committee)
• Lieutenant Steele works in Internal Affairs. (Pilot)
• Officer Dryden works in Internal Affairs. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Officer Simonetti works in Internal Affairs. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Dobey is on the phone with Internal Affairs as an officer there bitches to Dobey about the first part of Phelps’ article. Dobey bellows, “Don’t tell me how to run my department, “ and hangs up. (Heroes)
• Dobey tell Starsky and Hutch Andrews “won’t be back until Internal Affairs clears him or otherwise.” (Manchild on the Streets)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch to do the next case by the book; Starsky asks if Internal Affairs complained. (Pariah)
• Dobey reminds Starsky and Hutch of the standard operating procedure, “When someone is killed with a police officer’s weapon,” Internal Affairs is involved. (Hutchinson for Murder One)
• Henderson says,
"According to the Internal Affairs report the Torino was
stolen in the Ottawa Hills section of town..." Steele adds, "It's the IA's contention that they thought Stasrky here was out with a girl." (Pilot)

Fifth floor:

• Linda Mascelli is questioned. “Interrogation” is seen on the door. (Jojo)
• Molly is questioned in the same room as Linda Mascelli. (Jojo)
• Huey Chaco is questioned. (Texas Longhorn)
• Tramaine is questioned. (Pariah)
• Seeds is questioned. (Vampire)
• Harry Sample is questioned in room # 527. Hutch refers to it as “Room Seven.” (Shootout)
• Pommier is questioned in what appears to be room # 546. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)

Floor unknown, but the room has a window:
• Kauffman is questioned. (Body Worth Guarding)
• The drug dealer, Danny Daveen, Starsky busts in the cab is questioned. (Quadromania)

Floor unknown and the room has no window:

• Marty Decker is questioned there. (Discomania)
• Mrs. Krupp is questioned there. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Bruce is questioned there. (Black and Blue)

Jail Infirmary/First Aid
• Lenny Biggs goes to the Jail Infirmary. (Strange Justice)
• Starsky calls “First Aid” for help with Biggs. (Strange Justice)

Juvenile/Child Protection/Child Abuse Center
• Inspector Detective 2nd Class Joan Meredith worked there in the past. (Black and Blue)
• Officer Perkowitz works Juvenile. (Little Girl Lost)
• Sergeant Sheila Peterson works there. (Crying Child)
• Starsky goes to the Child Abuse Center to get legal information. He talks to Sergeant Peterson there. (Crying Child)

Juvenile Hall
• Hutch doesn’t want Molly / Pete to spend Christmas there. (Crying Child)

Line-Up Room
• The Line-Up room is seen when Artie Solkin goes in front of Eckworth. (Vendetta)
• Officer Mike works there. He does the identification line-up. (Vendetta)
• Joey tells Dobey about Starsky, “Forget the line-up, that’s him.” (Trap)

Locker Room
• The Locker Room’s number is #524, putting it on the fifth floor. (Game)
• Starsky and Hutch dress there. Hutch has locker #6. (Specialist)
• Starsky and Hutch dress there and set up the game rules. Hutch has locker # 18. Starsky’s locker is across from his. (Game)
• Starsky and Hutch help Donner in the locker-room. Hutch has a locker full of vitamins, and it looks like a different locker than in the "Specialist" which is #6 or #18, which is in the "Game". (Plague)

• Officer Mike works in Lockup. He calls Hutch about Fat Rolly’s release. (Pilot)
• Officer Dixon works there. Hutch calls about Huey Chaco. (Texas Longhorn)
• County Jail is where Slate is kept. (Strange Justice)
• Cobb doesn’t want to go with Slate to Lock-Up at the County Jail. (Strange Justice)

Missing Persons’ Bureau
• Officer Harding works in the Missing Persons Bureau. (Discomania)
• Dobey calls Missing Persons to confirm the bracelet clue. (Running)
• Missing Persons put out something on Sharman six months ago. (Running)

• Starsky tells Hutch Narco can’t watch all the junkies. (Pariah)
• Detective Burke works in Narcotics. (Snowstorm)
• Detective Kalowitz works in Narcotics. (Snowstorm)
• Detective Phil Corman works in Narcotics. (Snowstorm)
• Lieutenant Alec Corday works in Narcotics. (Death in a Different Place)
• Captain Warwick works Narcotics but in the Precinct in which Rafferty and O’Brien are arrested. (Bait)
• Starsky comments someone in Narco should have known about Corday’s deal with Orrin Lawford. (Death in a Different Place)
• Dobey asks Starsky and Hutch, “You got Corday’s file out of Narco?” (Death in a Different Place)
• Dobey complains, “Some snitch calls you on the phone, and you guys are ready to bust the whole Narco squad.” (Death in a Different Place)

Operations/Precinct Operations
• Dobey asks, “Operations give us a new dress code ?” when he sees Starsky and Hutch’s tuxes at the office. (Photo Finish)
• This office can be seen as Starsky and Hutch walk out of the building to the Torino in the garage. (Sweet Revenge)

• Officer Bill works there. (Pilot)

Property/Lost and Found
• Hutch mentions old Property Lists. (Running)
• Hutch mentions that Starsky’s watch turned up on a Property List as “hot.” (Death Ride)
• Dobey tells Officer Batson to take Bruce from Interrogation “up to Property.” (Black and Blue)
• Starsky gives diamonds to officer and says “Property.” (Bounty Hunter)
• Herman suggests turning the stolen goods into “Lost and Found.” (Bounty Hunter)
• Hutch calls Metro, asks for Property and asks the Clerk to send over the van for Packrat’s stolen goods. (Bounty Hunter)
• Fat Rolly says, “I didn’t know you guys worked Lost and Found.” (Texas Longhorn)

Records and Identification (R & I)/Detective Services
• Records is mentioned. (Iron Mike, Starsky’s Lady, Heroes)
• Hutch “checked records” to get the timing of Frost’s arrest and possible phone call. (Fatal Charm)
• R & I pulls the information for Starsky and Hutch on Leo Moon. (Captain Dobey, You’re Dead)
• R & I is getting information on Billy for Starsky. Since he is from out of town, it will take extra time. (Terror on the Docks)
• Its location is the same floor as the Switchboard, Dobey’s office, Ballistics and Homicide. (Pariah)
• A sign seen on fifth floor for Records and Identification. Starsky and Hutch pass it on the way into squad room. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Officer Bob works there. He gets the radio call numbers for Starsky. (Lady Blue)
• Officer Bill works there. (Pariah)
• Officer Charlie Collins works there. He gets the case files for Starsky and Hutch. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• Officer Roger works there. (Vampire)
• Officer Doris works there. (Texas Longhorn)
• Officer Al is asked by Hutch to check out rental companies and check information on “Greta Wren”/Dora Pruitt ’s car. (Photo Finish)
• Detective Services is mentioned. (Heroes)
• Officer Raymond is asked, by Hutch, to run a suspect through R & I. (Psychic)
• Officer Stone works with computers there. (Texas Longhorn)
• Hutch reminds Starsky that Records has Don Widdicombe’s current phone number. (Blindfold)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch to “run that through R & I, check it for similar MOs.” (Heroes)
• Starsky tells Hutch, “Someone down in records told Ferguson we pulled his sheets.” (Iron Mike)

• Dobey says to Starsky that he should transfer him to Rescue. (Fix)

Robbery/Burglary Division
• Detective Ed Jamieson works for it. He was working on the docks when he was killed. (Terror on the Docks)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch, “I just left Burglary.” (Heavyweight)
• Starsky notes, “Robbery is going to be very interested” in Lucky Lester’s ice. ( Iron Mike)
• Its location
from the squad room, says Starsky: “Follow red line in hall, go down three doors, it is the third door on the left.” (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Dobey mentions he has just come “over from Burglary.” (Heavyweight)
• Burglary has a Claims Officer. (Death Ride)
• Detective Withers works in Burglary. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Detective Frank Marchetti worked in Burglary. He is killed on the job. (Heavyweight)
• Lieutenant Berkowitz, Helen Davvison’s old boss worked in Burglary. (Lady Blue)
• Officer Helen Davvison must have worked out of Burglary. (Lady Blue)

Snack Bar
• The snack bar business card Starsky and Hutch make with Dobey’s extension has four numbers. This means it is inside the building. (Running)

Stenography and Police Artists
• The stenographer’s location is downstairs from Interrogation Room 527. (Shootout)
• Yvonne brings Dobey a sketch of the killer. (Quadromania)
• Starsky tells Lieutenant Anderson he will try to get a sketch of the dipper put together. (Plague)
• Hutch lies to Don Widdicombe, telling him Ken is, “in the squad room right now with a steno, singing your future. And it’s all bad.” (Blindfold)

Supply Room/Disbursement
• The supply room is located in the basement. (Survival)
• Officer Bigalow works in the Supply Room. (Survival)
• Terry Evers is a Disbursement Clerk. (Death Ride)

• The Switchboard appears to be on same floor as Ballistics, Homicide and Dobey’s office. (Pariah)
• Prudholm calls the Switchboard, and the call is recorded. (Pariah)
• The Switchboard is alluded to or mentioned. (Fix, Death Notice, Bait, Snowstorm)
• Gina calls the Switchboard and Sergeant Spears answers the phone. (Game)
• Desk Sergeant Jones works there. (Avenger)

Traffic Control/Meter Maids/Traffic Coordinator/Traffic Violations
• Officer Dee O’Reilly works there. (Strange Justice)
• Officer Minnie Kaplan works as a Traffic Coordinator. (Collector)
• Traffic Violations is mentioned. (Manchild on the Streets)

• The “boys upstairs are going to lean on me,” Dobey says. (Death Notice)
• “Amboy’s friends upstairs” are leaning on Dobey. (Bust Amboy)
• Hutch and Paco question Andrea “upstairs” from Dobey’s office. (Velvet Jungle)

• Maggie was in Vice last week “claiming she was kidnapped and held prisoner by a motorcycle gang.” (Deadly Imposter)
• Molly is worried the "a bunch of your policemen from Vice will want to know the little erotic details." (Jojo)
• Its location is the fifth floor and across the hall from Homicide. (Hostages)
• Detective 3
rd Class Lizzie Thorpe works in Vice. (Discomania)
• Vice Captain Joe works in Vice. (Hostages)

• Officer Hobart works in Vice. (Action)
• Officer Linda Baylor works in Vice. (Fatal Charm)

• Officer Sally Hagen gets transferred to Vice. (Specialist)
• Dobey tells Vice workers to get back to work. (Strange Justice)
• Dobey tells Starsky and Hutch the Marlborough Health Club case is “strictly a case for Vice.” (Action)

Visiting Room
• Bettin visits Jojo in the Visiting Room. Sign is seen on the door. (Jojo)
• Hutch visits Texas Longhorn Kid in the Visiting Room. Huggy facilitates. (Running)

Hardest working uniform is the very young, black cop with an afro (Bait)
• He arrests Starsky and Hutch in the alley.
• He is present at Starsky and Hutch’s questioning.
• He is walking the handcuffed man in the hall when Goring and Shockley meet.
• He is present at the Danner bust and helps Cheryl to her feet.

Plainclothes cops in unknown department
• Captain Ed Myers (Strange Justice)
• Deputy Chief Reasoner (Targets Without a Badge 1)
• Detective Kira (Starsky vs. Hutch)
• Detective Edwards (Birds of a Feather)
• Detective First Class Hank Munson, Starsky and Hutch borrow his pick-up (Moonshine)
• Officer/Clerk Henderson (Black and Blue)
• Detective Peterson, worked case with Madelaine’s body (Deckwatch)
• Detective Webster, is on the scene after Palmer’s shooting (Birds of a Feather)
• Lieutenant Daniel E. Slate (Strange Justice)
• Lieutenant Rondell, has office next to Dobey, #605 (Pilot)
• Sergeant Mike (Vendetta)
• Captain John Blaine, office across hall from # 575, Dobey makes the point “he wasn’t working for me,” meaning Dobey outranks him (Death in a Different Place)

• Lieutenant Anderson, works airport security (Plague)
• Lieutenant Jake Donner, killed by plague (Plague)

Federal agents
• Federal Agent Bettin, in charge of the Dombarris case (Jojo)
• Federal Agent Bronson, watches Stryker, killed by bomb (Starsky’s Brother)
• Federal Agent Buckland, gives Dobey the Karpel address (Deadly Imposter)
• Federal Agent Arthur Cole, Drew’s boss (Specialist)
• Federal Agent Carter, gets the money for the deal (Bait)
• Federal Agent Coleman, in charge of keeping Mello safe (Death Ride)
• Federal Agent Dodds, head of Bay City area agents (Targets Without a Badge 3)
• Federal Agent Alexander Drew (Specialist)
• Federal Agent Walter Healey (Starsky and Hutch on Playboy Island)
• Federal Agent Ed Ohlin, warns off Starsky and Hutch (Groupie)
• “Federal Agent Oliver”, fake agent who misdirects Starsky, Hutch and Durniak (Set-Up)
• Federal Agent Phelps, Andrew Mellow's keeper (Death Ride)
• Federal Agent Smithers, protects McClellan (Targets Without a Badge 2, Targets Without a Badge 3)
• Federal Agent Bill Walters, warns off Starsky and Hutch (Groupie)
• Federal Agent Waldheim, protects McClellan (Targets Without a Badge 2, Targets Without a Badge 3)
• Federal Agent Frank Weldon, one of Bronson’s partners (Starsky’s Brother)
• Federal Agent Williams (Set-Up)
• Federal Agent Wilson (Set-Up)
• Treasury Department Agent Robert Kendell, killed investigating moonshine case (Moonshine)

Out-of-town police, different precincts or security other than Bay City
• Atlantic City Police Department (Psychic)
• campus police (Strange Justice)
• Captain Warwick appears to be name on door of precinct Rafferty and O’Brien are arrested in. (Bait)
• Deputy Sheriff Fred Oates (Targets Without a Badge 3)
• Detective 1
st Grade Hank Munson (Moonshine)
• Detective Linda Williams, San Francisco Police Department (Death Ride)
• Highway Patrol (Bloodbath, Satan’s Witches)
• Himalayan Mounted Police (Action)
• Homicide Detective Phil Grogan, San Francisco Police Department (Foxy Lady)
• Hospital Security (Sweet Revenge)
• Inspector Sterling Amadeus Godfrey, Chief of Police, Playboy Island Police Department (Starsky and Hutch on Playboy Island)
• Las Vegas Police Department (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Lieutenant Crimmins, Las Vegas Police Department, gives Starsky information about Thorn (Death Notice)
• Lieutenant Ted Cameron, Las Vegas Police Department (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Lt. Pershing, S.C.P.D., 4
th District, name on Konig’s record (Bounty Hunter)
• Marin County Troopers (Death Ride)
• Officer O’Keefe, Las Vegas Police Department, talks about man on roof (Las Vegas Strangler)
• Pittsville Sheriff’s Department (Long Walk)
• S.C.P.D. is seen on Bellamy, Wedell and Martini’s police records. (A Coffin for Starsky)
• San Francisco Police Department (Death Ride, Foxy Lady, Avenger)
• Scotland Yard (Dandruff)
• Sergeant Hogarth, Playboy Island Police Department (Starsky and Hutch on Playboy Island)
• Sheriff J.D. Turquet, Tulsa County, Oklahoma (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Sheriff Tyce, Pine Lake Police Department (Satan’s Witches)Airport Security (Plague, Targets Without a Badge 3)
• Sheriff’s Department (Satan’s Witches, Trap)
• Switzer Protection Agency (Groupie)
• Tulsa County, Oklahoma (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• Officer Kanen, Laura’s father, unknown precinct or department (Deckwatch)

Directions and colored directional lines on floor at Metro
• Red, yellow and blue lines are seen by the main desk in the hall. The yellow line leads to the desk in the hall, the red line turns right and goes down the hall into a door marked “5”, the blue line stops just short of the desk. (Starsky’s Brother)
• Blue, yellow and orange lines are seen on same floor by Captain’s Ryan’s office. (Starsky and Hutch Are Guilty)
• One yellow line is seen in the hallway where Dobey gets some candy out of the vending machine. (Velvet Jungle)
• Red and blue lines are seen together as Dobey talks to Joey in the hall. (Ninety Pounds of Trouble)
• Red and blue lines are seen together outside the squad room main window. The red line goes into the door at the end of the hallway. The blue line takes a left down the hall. (Strange Justice)
• The blue line appears to lead to Homicide. (various)
• The red line is mentioned. Starsky tells visitor to follow it to Robbery. Robbery is on the same level as Homicide. The red line is not actually seen. (Huggy Bear and the Turkey)
• White and orange lines are seen on same floor by a main desk. (Fatal Charm, Rosey Malone)
• Starsky tells Maggie McMillan to “go down the corridor and take the elevator,” to get out. (Deadly Imposter)