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by Elaine Reynolds

eBook Before the Bobbies: The Night Watch and Police Reform in Metropolitan London, 1720-1830 ePub
Author: Elaine Reynolds
Language: English
ISBN: 0804733694
ISBN13: 978-0804733694
Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (July 1, 1998)
Pages: 248
Category: Europe
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.3
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Police reform developed over decades, the work of local authorities motivated more by fears of. .Bibliographic Information.

Police reform developed over decades, the work of local authorities motivated more by fears of property crime than radicalism or riots. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-1-349-14561-4. The Night Watch and Police Reform in Metropolitan London, 1720-1830.

in Metropolitan London, 1720-1830 - Libro electrónico escrito por Elaine A. Reynolds. Historians, legal scholars, sociologists and crime readers will learn from this book that modern policing emerged long before Scotland Yard

Before the Bobbies: The Night Watch and Police Reform in Metropolitan London, 1720-1830 - Libro electrónico escrito por Elaine A. Historians, legal scholars, sociologists and crime readers will learn from this book that modern policing emerged long before Scotland Yard. Police reform developed over decades, the work of local authorities motivated more by fears of property crime than radicalism or riots. Local and national officials cooperated at many levels to provide relatively effective policing for London, culminating in Sir Robert Peel's centralized Metropolitan Police in 1829.

Police reform developed over decades, the work of local authorities motivated more by fears of property crime than .

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This book traces the development of professional policing in London's parishes, outside the City of London. From the 1730s, local leaders pieced together recognizably modern police forces. Much of what has been attributed to the Metropolitan Police after 1829 emerged much earlier. Local forces became increasingly diverse, making centralization a key issue by the 1820s. When Robert Peel founded Scotland Yard, what he accomplished was the centralization of London's police, not its creation

Before the Bobbies: The Night Watch an Police Reform in Metropolitan London, 1720–1830 January 2000 · Journal o.

Before the Bobbies: The Night Watch an Police Reform in Metropolitan London, 1720–1830 January 2000 · Journal of Interdisciplinary History. EUPM case study II: Pathways to Local Compliance with International Police Reform.

The famed Bow Street Runners were not the only “police” in eighteenth-century London. This book examines the night watch system, the locally controlled regime of law enforcement that provided professional policing in the areas of metropolitan London outside the City of London until 1829, the year in which Sir Robert Peel established England’s first centralized police force (the Metropolitan Police, known as Scotland Yard).The process by which the night watch was transformed into a professional police force began in the 1730’s with legislation enabling local authorities (parishes and vestries) to tax residents for policing services. Thereafter, local authorities experimented with and developed many of the techniques that are now associated with modern policing, including the use of professionals, beat systems, uniforms, and a hierarchical chain of command. What emerges from the author’s detailed examination of the decades of local police reform and development in the period leading up to the 1829 Metropolitan Police Act is a much fuller picture of the origins of modern policing, along with a revised understanding of the background to the Act.Loyal forces had become increasingly diverse, making centralization a key issue, and reformers were also driven by concerns about ordinary property crime and fears of radicalism. The book thus addresses several important historiographical issues surrounding the origins of modern state authority, and shows that the early modern British state was more responsive to urban problems than has previously been acknowledged.
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