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Women Police Patrols

Volume 155: debated on Thursday 15 June 1922

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asked the Home Secretary whether any women who have served as patrols have applied for posts with the Metropolitan police; and whether they, or any of them, have been informed since the end of April that the Commissioner of Police has no knowledge of such appointments?

The Commissioner of Police tells me that one application has been received, and that the writer was informed that it would be considered if there should be a suitable opportunity of utilising her services.