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ⓘ Southampton City Police




                                     

ⓘ Southampton City Police

Prior to the formation of the police force the then town of Southampton had a town watch consisting of 12 night watchmen and two day watchmen. It was supervised by the Commissioners for Paving, Watching and Lighting.

In the first year turnover was also high, with 14 means that the strength is largely due to resignations. After that first year, turnover decreased an average of 28% to 1840.

A series of robberies in 1851, in result of the city asking advice from the Metropolitan police. As a result of the recommendations of the Southampton force to stop pulse constables beats every few days and instead of leaving them on the same beat for a few months.

By August 1857 the police there were 30 constables and 7 sergeants. 21 of these constables and 5 sergeants covered the night shift while the rest covered the day shift.

                                     
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