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5 edition of Service Arms of the South Australian Police; 1838-1988 The first 150 Years. found in the catalog.

Service Arms of the South Australian Police; 1838-1988 The first 150 Years.

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Published by Antique & Historical Arms Assoc. in Adelaide, Australia .
Written in English


About the Edition

A definitive book covering all the hand-guns, long-arms, and swords issued to South Australian police over the past 150 years. It contains detailed information as to the purchase, use, and disposal of police arms and includes markings, prices paid, serial numbers, etc. for arms ranging from the flintlock era to the present day. As well as the usual archival sources, it is based on comprehensive original research conducted within the normally embargoed Police Department records. This book is a "must" for all collectors of arms publications and is of particular interest to arms collectors, historians, museums, etc. Foreword by Mr D. A. Hunt, QPM, JP, Commissioner of Police

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages130
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10594676M
ISBN 100731640780
ISBN 109780731640782
OCLC/WorldCa27572304

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Service Arms of the South Australian Police; 1838-1988 The first 150 Years Download PDF EPUB FB2

Service Arms of the South Australian Policewritten by Max Slee, is a comprehensive, descriptive, detailed and historically accurate account of the range of arms used by the police force in South Australia throughout years.

The University of Queensland's institutional repository, UQ eSpace, aims to create global visibility and accessibility of UQ’s scholarly research. Service arms of the South Australian Police: tothe first yearsAuthor: M.

Slee. Service Arms of the South Australian Police to the first Years AUTHOR: Slee, Max PUBLISHING DETAIL: Antique and Historical Arms Association of South Australia.

Adelaide. EDITION & DATE: 1st Edition. BINDING & PAGES: Hardback. pages. SIZE & CONDITION: Small Quarto Size [approx. cm x 24cm].

Service arms of the South Australian Police: tothe first years / by Max Slee Colonial blue: a history of the South Australian police force, / Robert Clyne South Australian Police Department: outline of the history and function.

South Australia has a police force by accident. Ironically, this convict-free haven where crime was not meant to exist established Australia’s first centrally organised police force.

The date was 28 April Fear and a determination to keep out escaped convicts meant that the police role in South. The Province of South Australia's Police Force was founded in April This searchable database of more than 2, police who had left the force by includes Northern Territory police until taken over by the Commonwealth Government inand gold escort troopers.

Articles Buried Cause Currently Serving Deceased Police Funeral Gender Horse Incomplete Location Male No NSW Of grave On Duty State Vehicle accident Wall of Remembrance Year John McCROHON 27/04/ 08/07/ Admin - Cal 0 Comments. This database of 30, deserters from wives, families, ships, military and other service (e.g.

apprenticeships and work contracts), the deserted, those failing to support their families, missing persons, escaped prisoners, absconders from asylums and industrial schools, convict expirees arriving from other colonies and bigamists has been compiled from South Australian Police.

The New South Wales Mounted Police Unit is a mounted section of the New South Wales Police Force. Founded by Governor Thomas Brisbane, on 7 Septemberthe Mounted Police were recruited from a British military regiment stationed in NSW at the time, to protect travellers, suppress convict escapees.

Minister for Police State Administration Centre Building Level 8, Victoria Square Adelaide SA Pursuant to section 75 of the Police ActI have pleasure in submitting my report on the activities of the South Australia Police for the financial year ended 30 June Malcolm Hyde COMMISSIONER OF POLICE SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1.

About This Collection. Police gazettes provided information and instructions to members of the police force. In this collection of South Australia police gazettes, which spans the years toyou will find the names of police officers, victims of crime, missing persons, and wanted or released criminals.

English, Book, Illustrated edition: South Australia Police, a history of the development and operations of the force from its establishment /. Hill was the first Native Police officer in Australia to be killed in the Australian frontier wars. Chief Inspector G.P.M. Murray sent sub-Inspector Oscar Pescher and his troopers to conduct a series of reprisal raids in the y: British Empire (New South Wales.

The New South Wales Police Force Chronology Of The First Hundred Years ( to ) In this year the New South Wales Police Force is created by the amalgamation of all existing Forces into one organisation.

The new force, bought about by the Police Regulation Actis controlled by Inspector General John McLerie. Sub-Districts are. For some thirty years the revolver-carbine was the front line weapon of the mounted police of S.A., W.A., and N.T. Nearly all serial numbers are known, and are listed in the book Service Arms of the South Australian Police.

The S.A. revolvers were sold as surplus in to the Western Arms Corporation of Los : Service revolver. First police woman in Australia In the NSW Police Department advertised for two female special constable positions. Around women applied, with the successful applicants being Maude Rhodes (an inspector for the State Children Relief Department) and Lillian Armfield (a nurse at Callan Park Mental Hospital).

a. The revolvers were originally contracted for and marked to the British Ordinance Service. A generic British Army Holster for the Adams would not be incorrect, and is certainly the most numerous.

(Ill bet Grant has hundreds of these). The revolvers were originally issued to the South Australia Mounted Police. Articles Currently Serving Deceased Police Firearm Funeral Gender Male No NSW Suicide Unknown Wall of Remembrance Unknown Mounted Police 08/03/ 08/03/ Admin - Cal 0.

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Haydon. Police Motor Patrols. News and Mail,Photograph, B Motorized Police Patrols in showing the rider's supervisors sitting in the sidecars. The first uniform motor traffic police were seen in South Australia from The motorcycles are Ariels which were also used by the police in Victoria.

From toSAPOL also served as the state fire and rescue service, until the precursor of the South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service was formed. They also supplied the Civil Ambulance Service from towhen it was taken over by the St John Ambulance ions jurisdiction: South Australia, Australia.South Australian Police Historical Society Inc.

K likes. We are preserving the past for the ers: K.Police Gazettes are a unique, useful and extremely fascinating resource for local, family and social historians as well as researchers in other fields throughout Australia. Compiled to be distributed amongst the police force only, these Gazettes therefore contain details and information that can not be found anywhere else.