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Metropolitan Police

Group  From 29/9/1829 

Categories: Armed Forces

In 1830 local divisions, one for each borough and each with its own station, were established. These were known by letters of the alphabet. e.g. M division was for Southwark.

Wikipedia states the Met is "the first modern and professional police force in the world" though the establishment of the Marine Police preceded the land-based force by over 30 years, and  Commissioners of Police for Scotland were appointed in 1714. It's all in the definition.

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Metropolitan Police

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48513

First Peelers training school

The bronze panel depicts an everyday scene in London at that time - that of a...

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45903

National Police Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen.

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71708

PC Patrick Dunne - SW8

{On the top, diamond, plaque:} This tree is dedicated to PC Patrick Dunne who...

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45906

Police at Scotland Yard

Site of Scotland Yard, first headquarters of the Metropolitan Police, 1829 - ...

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72625

Police bricks

{Difficult to read but, for example:} 365 PLYMO 227 ARMM 430 7961 G

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Metropolitan Police

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48465

James Braidwood

What a great plaque. The inscription is inside a laurel wreath, in front of a...

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78858

PC Gary Toms

Here fell PC Gary Toms, 11 April 2009.

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