Provincial Police Reform in Early Victorian England: Cambridge, 1835-1856
Many members of #HCNet will be interested to hear of a new book on police reform by Roger Swift.
Provincial Police Reform in Early Victorian England: Cambridge, 1835-1856, published by Routledge, is the latest addition to the longstanding debate on the genesis of the ‘new’ police in England. As the blurb explains, the book examines ‘the process of police reform, the relationship between the police and the public, and their impact on crime in Cambridge’.
Further information on the book, together with a discount code, are available in the flyer below..
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