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City Firsts (Police Museum Event)

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Guildhall Library

Aldermanbury

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EC2V 7HH

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Throughout its history, the City of London Police has been at the forefront of change. From ambulances to automatic number plate readers, from helmets to hospitals, this talk by former Inspector Peter Clarke will explore the sometimes surprising innovations introduced into the world of policing by one of the world’s smallest police forces.

Includes wine reception.

Refunds will only be given if places are cancelled more than 48hours prior to an event (minus the booking fee) or if an event is cancelled by GHL.

Accompanying Walks:

Bobbies, Bombs and Blaggers: policing London's Square Mile

On this walk experience the City Police’s eventful history. Discover why the City Police’s uniform makes no reference to the Crown, stand where its officers, armed only with truncheons, did battle with gun-toting Latvian anarchists, and hear a first-hand account of the IRA's bombing campaign. There's even a ghost story!

Dates and Times

15 April 10.30

20 May 14.30

17 June 10.30

22 July 10.30

£10 per person. To book please email: Peter Clarke peter@clarke1.ndo.co.uk

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