Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: Policing by Consent in Huddersfield (2016) by David Taylor

Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: Policing by Consent in Huddersfield and the Huddersfield District in the Mid-Nineteenth Century was written by Professor David Taylor[1] and was published in 2016 by the University of Huddersfield Press.

The book is available as a freely downloadable PDF, released under a Creative Commons Licence.

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Contents

  • Chapter 1 — Introduction: Themes, Sources and Context (page 1)
  • Part 1: Huddersfield
  • Chapter 2 — The Development of the Borough Police Force: Continuity and Change (page 15)
  • Chapter 3 — The Watch Committee, Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary and the Management of the Huddersfield Police Force (page 49)
  • Chapter 4 — The Men of the Borough Force (page 77)
  • Chapter 5 — Beats and Streets (page 107)
  • Chapter 6 — Criminals of Victims? (page 133)
  • Part 2: The Huddersfield District (Upper Agbrigg)
  • Chapter 7 — Thomas Heaton and the Superintending Constable System (page 159)
  • Chapter 8 — The Early Years of the West Riding County Constabulary (page 181)
  • Chapter 9 — Trouble in Honley and Holmfirth (page 209)
  • Chapter 10 — Crime, Custom and Culture (page 233)
  • Chapter 11 — Conclusions and the Contentious Question of "Policing by Consent" (page 263)

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Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: Policing by Consent in Huddersfield (2016) by David Taylor

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