History: Table of Contents
- The Thames Police - by Dick Paterson
Thames Magistrates Court
- Origins of the Thames Police
- The Police Establishment
- Government Sponsorship - From private to public domain
- 1900 To WW2
- WW2 To Present Day
History of Patrick Colquhoun Launches - by PC Bob Jeffries & PC John "Joz" Joslin (ret.)
- The Early History of Thames Magistrates' Court by Stanley French
The Princess Alice Disaster - PC John “Joz” Joslin (ret.)
- WWII Veterans
- The Green Parrots
- The "Silver Role"
The Wapping Coal Riot of October 1798 - by PC Bob Jeffries
- 'It begs the question'.
- 'When two lights you see ahead, starboard wheel and show your red'.
- 'Green to green or red to red, perfectly safe to go ahead'.
- 'The vessels collide'.
- 'Thames Division officer on board'.
- 'Amazing escapes'.
- 'Crowds gather at scene'.
- 'Old nuisance in attendance'.
- 'The Recovery continues'.
- 'Mass burials'.
- 'Officials examinine the scene'.
- 'Inquest findings'.
- 'A Catastrophe'.
- 'The Memorial'.
The Ratcliffe Highway Murders of December 1811 - by PC Bob Jeffries
- Lead up to the riot.
- Death in the High Street
- Hyperlink to the Old Bailey trial site
- The murders begin.
- Panic spreads.
- Harriott takes control.
- A suspect is arrested.
- A verdict is reached.
- The grizly procession.
- Did others escape justice?.
- Was Williams the eighth victim?
- Kentish Independent Court Report. The trial of Inspector John Henry Hambrook - Saturday May 15th 1858
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