Ref No

D389/ZZ/43

Copy report of Chesterfield Watch Committee

 

1836

D1504/17

Police/Watch Committee

 

1836-1871

D1504/17/1

"Police reports" volume, containing daily watchmen's reports and Watch Committee minutes.

 

1836-1871

D3376/CB/1/1

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee

 

Feb 1894

D3376/CB/1/2

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee

 

Feb 1898

D3376/CB/1/3

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee , year ending 31st Dec

 

1908

D3376/CB/1/4

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee , year ending 31st Dec

 

1923

D3376/CB/1/5

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee , year ending 31st Dec

 

1925

D3376/CB/1/6

Annual Report by Head Constable to the Watch Committee , year ending 31st Dec

 

1926

D3700/7

Watch Committee minutes

See also 2/1-16, 15/1-28, 27/1

1867-1892

D3700/7/1

Glossop Borough Council Watch Committee minutes

Feb 1867-Dec 1871

1867-1871

D3700/7/2

Glossop Borough Council Watch Committee minutes

Dec 1871-Dec 1875

1871-1875

D3700/7/3

Glossop Borough Council Watch Committee minutes

Jan 1876-Jun 1881

1876-1881

D3700/7/4

Glossop Borough Council Watch Committee minutes

Jun 1881-Apr 1892

1881-1892

D3700/26

Watch Committee

 

1935-1961

D3700/26/1

Glossop Borough Council Watch Committee minutes

Nov 1935-Feb 1961

1935-1961

D4538/9

Watch Committee minutes

The Municipal Corporations Act 1835 permitted boroughs to establish police forces. Derby Borough was one of the first to do, setting up a force in 1836. It was under the control of the Watch Committee, who appointed policemen and supervised their organisation

1846-1858

D4538/9/1

Derby Borough Council watch committee minutes, Nov 1846 - Oct 1858 At the back of the minute book there is an alphabetical list of members of the police force, with dates of appointment, discharge and reports for misconduct, 1836 - 1856

 

1846-1858

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