Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: policing by consent in Huddersfield and the Huddersfield district in the mid-nineteenth century
David TaylorDownload PDF Download EPUB Read this Book Buy this Book
Professor David Taylor has established a fine reputation for his books and articles on the history of policing in England. This new book on Huddersfield policing looks at the mid-nineteenth century and issues facing the local area in relation to policing a centre of West Riding textile production.
Published Published By Pages ISBN Chapters Nov. 21, 2016 University of Huddersfield Press 301 978-1-86218-139-7 11
Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: policing by consent in Huddersfield and the Huddersfield district in the mid-nineteenth century has the following Chapters:
- 1 Introduction: Themes, Sources and Context
- 2 The Development of the Huddersfield Borough Police Force: Continuity and Change
- 3 The Watch Committee, Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary and the Management of the Huddersfield Police Force
- 4 The Men of the Borough Force
- 5 Beats and Streets
- 6 Criminals or Victims?
- 7 Thomas Heaton and the Superintending Constable System
- 8 The Early Years of the West Riding County Constabulary
- 9 Trouble in Honley and Holmfirth
- 10 Crime, Custom and Culture
- 11 Conclusions and the Contentious Question of ‘Policing by Consent’