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 from the Constable of St Martin for curfew permits for members of the Honorary Police, and the Police Force

Reference: B/A/W50/2

Date: September 30th 1940 - October 10th 1940

Notice board to be put up stating that traffic on the thoroughfare running from St Brelade's Church to the Airport (La Marquanderie and Quennevais Road) be given right of way at Route Orange

Reference: B/A/W50/3

Date: October 21st 1940 - October 26th 1940

Order passed by the States of Jersey 26/11/1940 relating to the control of cycle traffic

Reference: B/A/W50/4

Date: November 12th 1940 - November 26th 1940

Five prosecutions of offenders against the Order concerning the circulation of civil motor vehicles

Reference: B/A/W50/5

Date: November 25th 1940 - December 24th 1940

23 contraventions of the Traffic Regulations resulting in prosecution

Reference: B/A/W50/6

Date: December 17th 1940 - January 25th 1941

Prosecution of Robert Weeks for a contravention of the Traffic Order

Reference: B/A/W50/7

Date: January 15th 1941 - January 25th 1941

Prosecution of Patrick Sweener (Sweeney), Packfort Lodge, Hilary Street, St Helier and Timothy Donoghue, 72, Roseville Street, St Helier for non-observance of the curfew

Reference: B/A/W50/8

Date: January 22nd 1941 - February 10th 1941

Prosecution for insufficient blackout arrangements made by Tanguy's Dairy, Florence Street, St Helier. Copy of the Lighting Restrictions (No 2) (Amendment No 4) (Jersey) Order, 1941

Reference: B/A/W50/9

Date: January 25th 1941 - February 25th 1941

Prosecutions of four contraventions of the Traffic Order, four contraventions of the Bicycle Order, two contraventions of the Civilian Motor Car Order, and one contravention of the Blackout Order

Reference: B/A/W50/10

Date: January 26th 1941 - February 21st 1941

Action to be taken to prevent smuggling of goods into Jersey

Reference: B/A/W50/11

Date: February 12th 1941 - November 18th 1941

One Prosecution for an infraction of the Traffic Order and one for riding a cycle without a light

Reference: B/A/W50/12

Date: February 18th 1941 - March 4th 1941

Complaint from Alexander Wilson, Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, about papers not returned to him in connection with the Pinnington Case, and a burglary at Greenbank, Samares, Coast Road

Reference: B/A/W50/13

Date: March 5th 1941 - April 7th 1941

Search for counterfeit German notes in circulation in Jersey

Reference: B/A/W50/15

Date: March 30th 1941 - April 3rd 1941

Island Police night patrol to be introduced due to burglaries in evacuated houses

Reference: B/A/W50/17

Date: March 28th 1941 - April 5th 1941

Lists of where official German proclamations and posters are to be placed in each Parish

Reference: B/A/W50/18

Date: April 21st 1941 - May 10th 1941

Orders for the Island police on how to act on May Day

Reference: B/A/W50/19

Date: April 30th 1941 - May 1st 1941

Guarding of cinema carparks by Island police following damage to a German owned vehicle

Reference: B/A/W50/20

Date: May 17th 1941 - May 19th 1941

Damage to military signposts

Reference: B/A/W50/21

Date: May 20th 1941 - May 24th 1941

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