Popular patrolman Danny Moore ( Tom Santschi ) fails of promotion when he stops to aid an injured child and lets several thugs escape. When Danny is later informed of the plans of a criminal gang to rob Jack Griffen's ( Francis X. Bushman Jr. ) bank, he gets departmental permission to set a trap and rounds up the robbers, gaining himself his promotion at last. It is a hollow honour, however, for, along with the thieves, he had to arrest his own daughter, Mary ( Gladys Hulette ), who seemed to be an accomplice of the thieves. Jack Griffen, who is in love with Mary, comes forward, however, and proves the girl's innocence. Danny gets his sergeant's stripes, and Mary and Jack make plans to get married.
This 1925 crime/drama was production by Paul Gerson Pictures Corporation and starred Tom Santschi, Gladys Hulette and Francis X. Bushman Jr. The survival status of The Pride of the Force is listed as unknown, sadly suggesting it may now be a lost silent film.
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