"Mugging" and measuring the "crooks" who are caught in the police net for serious offenses, are the duties of Joseph Hoglen Wilcox, who has been Superintendent of the Bureau of Identification of the Dayton police department since January 1, 1910. During the short time he has held the position he has demonstrated his ability in this connection and is giving satisfaction. Mr. Wilcox was born in Dayton on January 18, 1875, being a son of D. B. Wilcox, who was the first secretary of the Dayton Metropolitan Police Board. He attended the public schools and the Michigan Military Academy, and later Miami Commercial College. His wife was formerly Miss Anna Warren, of Wellston, Ohio.