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ⓘ Newcastle upon Tyne City Police




Newcastle upon Tyne City Police
                                     

ⓘ Newcastle upon Tyne City Police

Newcastle upon Tyne City Police was the Home office Police force and a Constabulary that served the City of Newcastle upon Tyne.

It was formed in 1836, when Newcastle was one of Europes largest industrial cities. The note was the name of Newcastle-upon-Tyne city police and fire brigade. The first three places in the following list was a joint police and fire. they were located on pilgrim street in the city centre, Arthur hill, Headlam street, and red Barnes section stations in Walker, Heaton, Kenton and Benwell the village. Each leg beat was also a large police booth where employees could relax and ring in the main station and the public had access to the phone for advice or call for help. At its peak the city of Newcastle was almost 1.000 officers with MGB sports cars in its motor patrol fleet, as well as their own specially designed form. On 1 April 1969 it was amalgamated into the Northumberland police in the police act 1964. The first modern police force was formed in Newcastle in 1836, 3 years before the law On the police of the district in 1839.

Newcastle-upon-Tyne city police have lost their identity after the merger of 1969, when the new Northumberland police was formed. Based on St. stationnow police pilgrim closed and moved on a quarter of the banks. The old Newcastle police station on pilgrim street, which like many multifunction police also located the courts and fire station. It was designed by Cackett, burns, dick and MacKellar and opened in 1934. The classical elements of Corinthian columns and Egyptian solidity is clearly present, and is also noted for the layout of Babylon sculpture. He only ended its use as the headquarters of the police after the creation of the Northumbria police after 1974, which moved in Ashington Ponteland then sometime later. It also housed one of the 2 storage server for Northumbria police, which shares and supports the backup recovery information from its twin in ponteland. The situation changed in 2011, when he began operating the new computer system and recovery system was moved to South Shields.

                                     
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