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by David Ascoli

  • ISBN: 0241102960
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: David Ascoli
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: H. Hamilton; 1st Ed. edition (September 27, 1979)
  • Pages: 320
  • ePub book: 1702 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1246 kb
  • Other: lit txt azw mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
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The Metropolitan Police Act 1829 (10 Ge., . 4) was an Act of Parliament introduced by Sir Robert Peel.

The Metropolitan Police Act 1829 (10 Ge. The Act established the Metropolitan Police of London (with the exception of the City), replacing the previously disorganized system of parish constables and watchmen. The Act was the enabling legislation for what is often considered to be the first modern police force, the "bobbies" or "peelers" (after Peel), which served as the model for modern urban police departments throughout England.

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Since the inception of modem policing in 1829, the policing styles of Britain and the United States have run incongruent courses.

Origins and Development of the Metropolitan Police. Policing london’s morals: The metropolitan police and popular culture, 1829-1850. The Origins of the Vigilant State: The London Metropolitan Police Special Branch before the First World War. Rochester, . Boydell & Brewer. Since the inception of modem policing in 1829, the policing styles of Britain and the United States have run incongruent courses. While the Metropolitan Police Department of London has stayed true to the principles first articulated by Sir Robert Peel, American policing has undergone several sweeping changes in the administration of service.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: H. Hamilton. Standard shipping can on occasion take up to 30 days for delivery. Publication Date: 1979. Book Condition: Good. List this Seller's Books.

the origins and development of the Metropolitan Police, 1829-1979. Published 1979 by H. Hamilton in London. Great Britain, Great Britain. Metropolitan Police Office, History.

Ascoli D (1979) The queen’s peace: the origins and development of the metropolitan police, 1829 to 1979. Barrie DG (2008) Police in the age of improvement. H. Hamilton, LondonGoogle Scholar. Police development and the civic tradition in Scotland, 1775–1865. Willan Publishing, CullomptonGoogle Scholar. Barrie DG, Broomhall S (2012a) Public men, private interests? The development, structure and practice of police courts in Scotland, 1800 to 1833. Continuity Change 27(1):449–494Google Scholar. Barrie DG, Broomhall S (eds) (2012b) A history of police and masculinities, 1700–2010.

Ascoli, David, The Queen's Peace: The Origins and Development of the Metropolitan Police, 1829-1979, London: Hamish Hamilton, 1979. This is very much an official history, written to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the origins of the Metropolitan Police. While full of detail, it fails to recognise the efficiency of parts of the old police and is congratulatory in tone.

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49 Ascoli, David, The Queen's Peace: The Origins and Development of the Metropolitan Police, 1829–1979 (London, 1979), p. 118. 50 For example, see Oavey's, B. J. study of the police of Homcastle, Lincolnshire, in Lawless and Immoral: Policing a Country Town (New York, 1983)

49 Ascoli, David, The Queen's Peace: The Origins and Development of the Metropolitan Police, 1829–1979 (London, 1979), p. study of the police of Homcastle, Lincolnshire, in Lawless and Immoral: Policing a Country Town (New York, 1983). 51 POB 23 Dec. 1839, p. 21; 10 Feb.