The following titles were produced by the Police History Society and are available to purchase.
THE POLICE & CONSTABULARY LIST 1844
(PHS Monograph No. 3)
Published by the Police History Society 1990.
ISBN 0 9512538 2 4
This is a reprint of a chance survival of a rare item of police ephemera from
the days before there was a police force as we know it. The original volume
is owned by the Lancashire Constabulary, by whose kind permission it is
reproduced. It was found in the strong room in the Chief Clerk’s office in the
old H.Q. in Jordon Street, Preston and was rescued and re-bound by the then
Chief Clerk, Mr. W.W. Thornton in 1936. The book purports to be compiled with permission, from official documents and contains a royal coat of arms. On page VI can be found a three page advertisement for the book itself. The contents include a unique collection of names and dates in police history and it is also possible to reconstruct the rank structure, size and organisation of those police forces that existed in 1844.
Obtainable from the Supplies Officer in PDF format price £3.
TOWARDS A RECORD MANAGEMENT POLICY
FOR PROVINCIAL FORCES IN ENGLAND & WALES
(PHS Monograph No. 4)
Author L.A. Waters.
Published by the Police History Society 1992
ISBN 0 9512538 3 2 ISSN 0951-8800
This discussion document was written by L.A. Waters in 1992 to assist with
the proper record management and archive policies, which are so vital to
ensure the survival of the very life blood of future police historians. Chapter
headings include , "Why do police forces need a policy?",
"Why bother about history?", "The Statutory Framework for Police Archives"
and "Objectives for a Records Management Policy."
Obtainable from the Supplies Officer in PDF format price £1.50.
A HISTORY OF THE CHIPPING NORTON BOROUGH POLICE 1836-1857
(Police History Society Monograph No: 6)
Author Leonard Woodley.
ISBN 978-09512538-5-4 ISSN 0951-8800
This tiny force started with two officers and finished with only one when it
merged with the newly formed Oxfordshire Constabulary in May 1857.
Obtainable from the Supplies Officer, cost £3.50 for Members,
cost £5 for non-Members (post and packing inclusive).
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THE BRITISH POLICE: POLICE FORCES AND CHIEF OFFICERS 1829-2012
Martin Stallion and David S Wall
Available from author Martin Stallion, priced £7.50
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