ⓘ Leicester City Police


ⓘ Leicester City Police

The city of Leicester in England was policed independently until 1 April 1967 when its police force was merged with the Leicestershire and Rutland Constabulary to form the Leicester and Rutland Constabulary.

From about 1750 until September 1835 the borough Corporation appointed night watchmen and Day "police".

In accordance with the law On municipal corporations of the Board of Leicester were required to appoint a watch Committee and to make arrangements for adequate policing in the city.

Leicester police "borough" was established in January 1836. The first inspector and "head of police" was Federigo Goodyer, who previously served in the Metropolitan police in London in 1829. Originally there were five sergeants and fifty constables in the force.

The last chief constable of police of the city of Leicester was Robert mark, who later became Commissioner of the Metropolitan police.

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