The Scottish North Eastern Counties Constabulary was formed on 16 May 1949 when the existing forces of Aberdeenshire Constabulary, Banffshire Constabulary, Kincardineshire Constabulary and Moray & Nairn Constabulary amalgamated.
However, earlier amalgamations of the smaller Burgh forces had already taken place as follows. Aberdeenshire Constabulary was formed in 1840 and in 1866 amalgamated with the Fraserburgh Burgh force which had been formed in 1859.
Elginshire Constabulary (formed in 1840) amalgamated in 1886/87 with the Forres Burgh and Nairn Burgh forces (both formed in 1859). It was renamed Morayshire Constabulary in 1890 and in 1893 it amalgamated with the Elgin Burgh force (formed in 1850).
Moray & Nairn Constabulary was formed in 1930 with the amalgamation of Elginshire Constabulary and Nairnshire Constabulary (formed in 1850).
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