POLICING

[ Policing in Victorian England: Essex County Constabulary. ] Manuscript volume containing 332 General Orders by reforming Chief Constable Major W. H. Poyntz, including one relating to the murder of Inspector Thomas Simmonds.

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[ Essex County Constabulary; Major William Henry Poyntz (1838-1892). Chief Constable; the murder of Inspector Thomas Simmonds, 1885; Rochford ]
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[ Rochford, Essex Police Constabulary. ] Entries dated from the Chief Constable's Office, Chelmsford. 6 December 1881 to 30 October 1885.
£500.00

179pp., foolscap 8vo, and contains 332 general orders by 'W. H. Poyntz | Major and Chief Constable'. The volume is entirely in manuscript, but is not in Poyntz's handwriting. It comprises 168 paginated pages, followed by an eleven-page index giving a one-line summary of the 'Purport' of each order. The volume is a ruled notebook, in original quarter binding of black cloth spine and marbled boards, with the words 'GENERAL ORDERS' printed on a label on the cover, with 'Rochford' written in manuscript beneath.

[ Campbeltown Special Constables, 1823. ] Manuscript Document, signed by 71 men, by which they are 'Constituted and Ordained Constables' by 'The Magistrates of the Burgh of Campbeltown', with the text of the oath taken by them for the purpose.

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Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland [ Special Constables ]
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'At Campbeltown the Twenty first day of April Eighteen Hundred & Twenty three years' [ Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland. 21 April 1823. ]
£450.00

2pp., folio. A 41.5 x 33 cm. piece of wove paper folded three times to make a 20.5 x 8cm. packet. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. Headed: 'At Campbeltown the Twenty first day of April Eighteen Hundred & Twenty three years'. Reads: 'The Magistrates of the Burgh of Campbeltown having this day Nominated and Appointed, the persons hereto subscribing, Special Constables in the Burgh of Campbeltown, They are hereby Constituted and Ordained Constables within the said Burgh accordingly, And in terms of Law have taken, and hereby take, and subscribe the following Oath Vizt.

[Printed handbill reproducing article by Paul Harvey from the 'FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin'.] What Are Policemen Made Of?

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[Paul Harvey [Paul Harvey Aurandt] (1918-2009), American broadcaster] The Hartford County Sheriff's Department; the FBI]
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'Distributed as a Public Service by the Hartford County Sheriff's Dept. 838 - 6600'.
£120.00

1p., 8vo. Photocopied in black on light-green paper. In fair condition, creased and lightly-aged. Small photograph of Paul Harvey beside the title, above the following introduction: 'In a recent column Mr. Harvey, a noted commentator and journalist, strongly defended the law enforcement officer. With his permission the Bulletin reprints this message which we think will be of interest to our readers.' Harvey's piece, reproduced over three columns, begins: 'Don't credit me with this mongrel prose; it has many parents; at least 420,000 of them: Policemen.

[The Victoria Police Force, Australia.] Duplicated document titled 'Outline and Organisation of the Victoria Police Force.'

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[Chief Commissioner's Office, Police Headquarters, Melbourne, Australia; the Victoria Police Force]
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'Revised. September, 1966.'
£120.00

21pp., foolscap 8vo. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. The document presents a mass of information. A 'Brief History' in the form of a chronology (pp.2-4), is followed by a section setting out the conditions of 'Membership of the Victoria Police Force' (pp.5), followed by a table of 'Ranks, Insignia and Retiring Age' (p.6).

County Borough of Derby Police traffic officer's note book, compiled in 1941, and filled with manuscript signed statements relating to traffic offences.

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[County Borough of Derby Police, traffic officer's notebook, 1941]
County Borough of Derby Police traffic officer's note book,
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19 February-22 September 1941; Derby.
£150.00
County Borough of Derby Police traffic officer's note book,

15.5 x 7.5 cm notebook, 108 pp (4 pp blank). With 102 pp of manuscript, in the hand of the anonymous police officer, on 53 numbered two-page openings. Stapled. In original brown wraps. Good, on lightly-aged paper, in slightly-worn binding. Manuscript statements relating to around thirty cases in two sequences, one, of 35 pp, beginning at one end of the notebook (openings 1 to 18), and the other, of 67 pp, at the other (backwards over openings 53 to 20).

[Printed House of Commons report into policing in London, 1838.] Report from Select Committee on Metropolitan Police Offices; With the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index.

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House of Commons Select Committee report into Metropolis Police Offices [London policing], 1838
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London, 1838. ['(Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 11 July 1838.']
£150.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE METROPOLIS POLICE OFFICES 1838 POLICING CRIME PUNISHMENT LONDON ENGLAND NINETEENTH CENTURY SIR PETER LAURIE CHARLES DICKENS

[Printed House of Commons Select Committee report into the Calthorpe Street Riot, London, 1833.] Report from Select Committee on Cold Bath Fields Meeting: with the Minutes of Evidence.

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House of Commons Select Committee report into the Cold Bath Fields Meeting [Calthorpe Street Riot, London], 1833
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London, 1833. ['Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 23 August 1833.']
£56.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE 1833 COLDBATH FIELDS MEETING CALTHORPE STREET RIOT LONDON ENGLISH BRITISH POLICING PUBLIC DISORDER

[Printed House of Commons report into London police offices, 1837] Report from the select committee on Metropolis Police Offices; with the Minutes of Evidence, Appendix and Index.

Author: 
House of Commons Select Committee report on Metropolis Police Offices [London policing], 1837 [Edward Gibbon Wakefield]
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London, 1837. ['Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed, 29 June 1837.']
£180.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD

[Printed House of Commons report, 1833.] Report from the Select Committee on Metropolitan Police.

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House of Commons Select Committee Report on Metropolitan Police, 1833
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London, 1833. ['Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 16 August 1833.']
£56.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN

[Printed House of Commons report into policing in London, 1822] Report from the Select Committee on the Police of The Metropolis.

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House of Commons Select Committee report on police of the metropolis [London policing], 1822
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London, 1822. ['Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 17 June 1822.']
£150.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN

[Printed House of Commons Select Committee report on policing in London, 1812] Report on the Nightly Watch and Police of the Metropolis

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House of Commons Select Committee report on the nightly watch and police of the metropolis [London policing], 1812
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London, 1812. ['Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be printed, 24 March 1812.']
£85.00

PRINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN

[Printed House of Commons report, 1833] Report from the Select Committee on the Petition of Frederick Young and others, (Police.)

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House of Commons Select Committee report on the Petition of Frederick Young and Others (police) [London police spies], 1833
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London, 1833. ['Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be Printed, 6 August 1833.']
£56.00

RINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN WILLIAM COBBETT FREDERICK YOUNG

[Printed House of Commons report on London policing, 1818] Third Report from the Committee on the State of the Police of The Metropolis; with Minutes of the Evidence taken before the Committee; and an Appendix. [with plan of New Prison, Clerkenwell]

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House of Commons Select Committee report, 1818 [London policing and prisons; Clerkenwell Prison; Cold Bath Fields Prision; Tothill Fields prison]
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London, 1818. ['Ordered by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 5 June 1818.']
£120.00

RINTED HOUSE OF COMMONS SELECT COMMITTEE REPORT 1833 METROPOLITAN POLICE POLICING CRIME CRIMINOLOGY ENGLISH BRITISH GEORGIAN CLERKENWELL HOUSE OF DETENTION COLD BATH FIELDS TOTHILL FIELDS PRISON

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