first hundred years of the North Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary, 1856-1956. by North Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary

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LC ClassificationsMLCM 83/9996 (D)
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Pagination48 p., [15] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL2809254M
LC Control Number83242203

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The North Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary was the territorial police force for the North Riding of Yorkshire from to First hundred years of the North Riding of Yorkshire Constabulary in as a result of the County and Borough Police Act it covered all of the North Riding except for the boroughs of Middlesbrough, Richmond and Scarborough, which had their own Borough Constabularies.

Initially the force consisted of a Chief. On the outbreak of the First World War, eleven members of the North Riding Constabulary were called up from the Reserve – ten to the Army and one to the Navy. On 8 NovemberPC Vickerman, serving with the Grenadier Guards, was killed in action.

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