Letter from Lt Colonel G P Stewart Acting Government Secretary to the Constable of St Helier informing him the Royal Garrison Artillery will parade in the Royal Square on the next Sunday request for Police 'to keep the ground adjacent to St James's Church and the Royal Square'

Reference: A/C2/41/48

Date: September 29th 1905 - September 29th 1905

Letter from the Constable of St Helier P A Aubin to Lt Colonel G P Stewart acknowledging receipt of his letter of 29 September see A/C2/41/48 informing him necessary Police measures have been organised

Reference: A/C2/41/49

Date: September 30th 1905 - September 30th 1905

Copy letter from W W Maitland Government Secretary to the Constable of St Helier informing him of the parade for Divine Service in the Royal Square and presentation of long service and good conduct medals, request for necessary Police

Reference: A/C2/42/19

Date: March 3rd 1906 - March 3rd 1906

Letter from W W Maitland, Government Secretary to P A Aubin Constable of St Helier regarding police presence for the forthcoming parade for Divine Service and presentation of Long Service medals for the Royal Square and St James Church

Reference: A/C2/43/35

Date: April 5th 1907 - April 5th 1907

Letter from Colonel J W Godfray Government Secretary to P A Aubin, Constable of St Helier regarding a parade of troops in the Royal Square and requesting necessary police presence

Reference: A/C2/45/21

Date: May 8th 1909 - May 8th 1909

Papers and correspondence concerning laws relating to the States and Honorary police

Reference: A/D1/P20

Date: October 20th 1883 - October 24th 1988

Correspondence relating to petitions from Miss Julia Sibly, Tunbridge House, Georgetown, Jersey to the Lieutenant Governor, Major General Henry Wray regarding her treatment by the police force

Reference: A/D3/14

Date: December 11th 1882 - November 7th 1902

Petition and related correspondence from James John Cochrane to the Secretary of States for the Home Department complaining of illegal arrest and detention of his goods by the Police of St Helier

Reference: A/D3/23

Date: November 14th 1889 - November 29th 1889

Petition and related correspondence from Mr J W Nicolle, 22, Commercial Buildings, St Helier to the Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant General C B Ewart regarding a complaint by Mr Nicolle against Mr John Vaudin, Police Magistrate and Judge of the Petty Debts Court

Reference: A/D3/24

Date: December 27th 1890 - October 29th 1902

Papers relating to; aliens travel permits, the police in Jersey, the Jersey Commercial Association, treatment of infectious diseases amongst the troops at Overdale Hospital, the National Relief Fund, the mail boat service, provision of medical services for the families of sailors in Jersey, the use of fireworks on bonfire night, declaration that Britain is now at war with Turkey

Reference: A/E/11/13

Date: August 29th 1914 - October 12th 1918

Collection of press cuttings presented to Government House by Major General Martelli concerning the history of Jersey, Jurats, Deputies, the Dean, Prevots, the Police, the right of appeal, colorado beetle, States houses, the status of British residents, Roman Catholics in Jersey, the airport, military service, Spanish refugees, smuggling, the licensing system, visitor traffic and the Ecrehous

Reference: A/J/10

Date: May 16th 1929 - October 3rd 1956

Minutes of the States of Jersey, 15/11/1944. Adoption of laws re. the paid police force, and loans in St Helier.

Reference: B/A/W34/21

Date: November 15th 1944 - November 15th 1944

Minutes of the States of Jersey, 16/12/1940. Adoption of laws re. parish rates, production of a list of growers by the Department of Agriculture, loans, payment of the Police Force, the enforcement of Registration cards, establishment of a Supervisory Committee and income tax.

Reference: B/A/W34/6

Date: December 16th 1940 - December 16th 1940

Police and Prosecutions

Reference: B/A/W50

Order for Policemen in uniform and Traffic Control men to salute German Officers and Military Officials

Reference: B/A/W50/1

Date: September 19th 1940 - April 7th 1942

Request for reorganisation of the Island Police

Reference: B/A/W50/101

Date: July 30th 1943 - August 18th 1943

Search for escaped Russians wanted for theft

Reference: B/A/W50/124

Date: November 28th 1943 - December 7th 1943

Stationing of a policeman in front of the Forum Cinema to prevent children from begging

Reference: B/A/W50/128

Date: December 12th 1943 - December 12th 1943

Theft of a cycle from the troops - local police help required

Reference: B/A/W50/130

Date: December 23rd 1943 - December 23rd 1943

Illegal holding of wheat by J P and C G Masurier, St Clement, investigation and report

Reference: B/A/W50/131

Date: December 23rd 1943 - February 11th 1944

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