ⓘ Plymouth City Police


ⓘ Plymouth City Police

Plymouth City Police was the city force for Plymouth, Devon, from 1928 to 1967. The force’s title was conferred upon it when the borough of Plymouth achieved city status in 1928.

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  • Wight Constabulary Cornwall Constabulary, Devon Exeter Police and Plymouth City Police Denbighshire, Flintshire and Gwynedd Constabularies Glamorgan
  • used to form Plymouth s red light district. Union Street, originally built across marshland, was for almost a century the centre of the city s night life
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  • The Columbus Division of Police is the main policing unit for the city of Columbus, Ohio United States. It is the largest police department in the state
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  • of some state police buying larger and more powerful, but higher - priced models including Buicks, Hudsons, and Chryslers. In 1969, Plymouth took first place
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