Handbook of Criminal Investigation by Tim Newburn; Tom Williamson; Alan Wright

By Tim Newburn; Tom Williamson; Alan Wright

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While it is generally understood that the small number of constables attached to Bow Street from the mid-eighteenth century and subsequently to all the other 1792 Act police offices undertook inquiries (including outside London) until disbandment in 1839, they had their less celebrated counterparts elsewhere. As observed of Staffordshire local constables, they were not illiterate incompetents and ‘they tended to be long-serving’ (Philips 1977: 62). Old Runners like Henry Goddard (1800 –83) acquired a good deal of detective skill over a long career.

While there were partial expedients, for example in the role of the Treasury Solicitor and that of the reformed Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) from 1908, their focus was almost exclusively on the most serious offences – a handful of the total number prosecuted before the courts. Unlike the situation in Scotland, Ireland, British India and British colonial territories, every prosecution in England and Wales was in law a private prosecution. Unsought by them, the role became one shouldered by the new forces.

Cullompton: Willan Publishing.  Handbook of Criminal Investigation Tilley, N. (2003) ‘Community policing, problem-oriented policing, and intelligenceled policing’, in T. ) Handbook of Policing. Cullompton: Willan Publishing. 10 Part 1 Criminal investigation in context Part 1 Criminal investigation in context Understanding criminal investigation – as would be the case for any part of criminal justice – cannot properly be realized without having some sense of its historical and social context. It is providing this context that is the focus of the chapters in this first part of the volume.

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