Parks Police

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List Of Law Enforcement Agencies In The United Kingdom - Miscellaneous Constabularies - Parks Police - Parks Controlled By Local Authorities in London
... responsible for enforcing bye-laws within the parks and open spaces of their respective local authorities in Greater London ... Government Provision Order Confirmation (Greater London Parks and Open Spaces) Act 1967 ... Barking and Dagenham Parks Constabulary (disbanded 2010) Hammersmith and Fulham Parks Constabulary Hampstead Heath Constabulary Haringey Parks Constabulary (disbanded 2009 ...
London Borough Of Wandsworth - Places - Parks and Open Spaces
... for three Metropolitan Open Spaces Battersea Park Wandsworth Common Tooting Commons – the historically separate, but adjoining, Tooting Bec Common and ... From April 2012 the Parks Police team of 23 officers has been replaced by a team of 12 Metropolitan Police Officers, known as the Safer Parks Team (SPT) ...
List Of Defunct Law Enforcement Agencies In The United Kingdom - Other Police Forces - Parks - Non-London
... Brighton Parks Police (1963-1990s) Birmingham Parks Police (1912-1962) Liverpool Parks Police (1882–1972) Wirral Parks Police Birkenhead Parks Police – became Wirral Parks Police in 1974 ...

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