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Police - British Bobbies off the Cuff

Episode featuring an interview with 'Windy', talking about her varied career and rise through the ranks. Shooting from the hip she gives frank opinions on the state of modern policing and her career highs and lows.

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why are the police called bobbies - zss9.szkoly.lodz.pl

Before the official police force was organized, public order was maintained by night watchmen, local constables, and intimidating red-coat-wearing soldiers. Policemen became to be known as " bobbies" after Robert Peel who set up the first organised police service in London, 1829.

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Bobbies on the Beat - NeatoShop

This one was a bit of a silly fun design that came to me at random. I was planning a series of politically motivated designs, to coincide with the forthcoming UK General Election and had downloaded a few pictures of Police baton charging demonstrators, to use as reference material for one of the ideas. After I separated this guy from his background and 'posterised' him a bit …

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bobbies - German translation – Linguee

the Mayor of Ondarrua, Loren Arkotxa, and other elected representatives of Udalbiltza; the Amnesty International report 2003, which refers to the period from January to December 2002, during which Spain kept prisoners incommunicado, a situation which facilitates torture; resolutions of the Bilbao and San Sebastian Lawyers' Associations, denouncing ill treatment in police …

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The Psychological Influence Of The Police Uniform | PoliceOne

These first police officers, the famous "Bobbies" of London, were issued a dark blue, paramilitary-style uniform. The color blue was chosen to distinguish the police from the British military who wore red and white uniforms at the time. The first official police force in the United States was established in the city of New York in 1845.

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The Bobby Policeman: Why are policemen called Bobbies?

After his establishment of the Metropolitan Police, Robert Peel became known as the father of modern policing, and the policemen became known as Bobbies or Peelers in his honour. The British Bobby was born. Peel's passion for political reform and innovation eventually led him to become the British Prime minister in 1834-1835 and then again in ...

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List of police-related slang terms - Wikipedia

UK, police traffic car, from the now largely obsolete historical colour-scheme – an overall white vehicle, with a longitudinal red, or red and yellow, stripe on each side. Still used for the metropolitan police in London. Silver cars with a red stripe down the side. Jjapsae South Korean term for the police. Derogatory. Johnny

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London Policemen London's Bobbies | Lambert Souvenirs

The City of London which is not a London borough has its own Police force. The London Bobby is as much an icon of London as its famous buildings and red double decker buses. The regular Bobby on the beat is still unarmed and friendly, sometimes on horseback, a constant assistant to London's visitors.

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boobies photos on Flickr | Flickr

Taken at Urangan Pier, Hervey Bay, Qld . There are seven species of boobies in the world, and while the blue-footed booby is the most famous, known for its funny foot-tapping dance, the brown booby is not only the most common, but also one of the most distinctive, as the only species with so much dark-coloured plumage.

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The Bobby Policeman: Why are policemen called Bobbies?

Posted on June 19, 2011 by Lior England is famous for many things: Double decker red buses, red telephone boxes, soldiers with tall black furry hats and their "bobbies", (or policemen to the rest of the world!) How did the Bobby policeman get his name? The term originates from the 1800s.

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The History of Police Uniform in Manchester up Until WW2 ...

The Museum was founded in 1981. Funded by Greater Manchester Police, it not only collects and preserves archive material and objects relating to the history of policing in the Greater Manchester area, but acts as an important resource for community engagement, where visitors can talk to staff and volunteers about policing.

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Why do some British police officers wear 'Bobby' hats ...

Answer (1 of 10): Well, let's start firstly with the question, only English & Welsh Police Officers wear custodian helmets, they aren't worn in Scotland (which is a large chunk of Britain). So, that's why some don't because they are on a different country and do things their own way. As for why ...

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