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ⓘ Chipping Norton Borough Police




                                     

ⓘ Chipping Norton Borough Police

Chipping Norton Borough Police was the police force responsible for policing the borough of Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, England until 1856.

It was created in 1836 as a result of the Law On municipal corporations, 1835. The police had very little throughout its 20-year history, only one police post in 1844. Chipping Norton borough police was amalgamated into the newly formed police Oxfordshire a result of the adoption of the law the district and district police 1856.

Chipping Norton is now protected by the successor to the Oxfordshire police of the Thames valley.

                                     
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