Borough Police

Some articles on police, boroughs, borough police:

Berkshire Constabulary
... Berkshire Constabulary is a former Home Office police force which was responsible for policing the county of Berkshire in Southern England ... Constabulary was merged with several other adjacent police forces in 1968 to form the Thames Valley Police ... The house is currently the Thames Valley Police Training College and Thames Valley Police Museum ...
Sussex Police - History
... In 1918 the first woman was appointed as a police officer in this force and by 1930 it had grown to 216 officers ... Brighton Police were the first force to introduce police radios on the 14th September 1933 ... for the counties of East Sussex and West Sussex, as well as separate forces in the boroughs of Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings ...
List Of British Police Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty
... This article lists British police officers killed in the line of duty since 1900 ... Thousands of police officers in Britain are believed to have died during the course of their duties, but this article includes only those who were killed as a direct result of a crime or while ... than 300 officers of the former Royal Ulster Constabulary and current Police Service of Northern Ireland who were killed during the Troubles in Northern Ireland ...
Cornwall County Constabulary
... County Constabulary was the Home Office police force for the county of Cornwall, England, until 1967 ... It absorbed Bodmin Borough Police in 1865, Liskeard Borough Police in 1877, Launceston Borough Police in 1883, Falmouth Borough Police, Helston ... On 1 April 1967 it amalgamated with Devon and Exeter Police and Plymouth City Police to form Devon and Cornwall Constabulary ...

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