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Truro Borough Police, Truro, Cornwall. 1870
From left to right: Sergeant Roberts, Constable Coad (collar number 1), Constable Collet (collar number 4), Constable Scown (collar number 2) and Constable Bettinson. The senior officer, Superintendent Woodcock, is seated in front. Truro was granted city status in 1877 at which time Truro Borough Police became Truro City Police. The force merged with Cornwall County Constabulary in 1921 which became Devon and Cornwall Constabulary in 1967. Photographer: Unknown
TRURI : TRUpol.1
Media ID 19262659
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