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Policing the Royal City: A History of the New Westminster Police Service
Self-Published, 2000. 136 pages. "...First and foremost a pictorial history of the police force, supplemented with descriptions, anecdotes, and a short history of New Westminster... Included is a reference section for many of the badges (pocket, rank and hat) used by the force over the years... There is also a shoulder patch collection assembled by Staff Sergeant Larry Smith... Outlines the growth of the force from a one man department in 1873 to a modern community-based Police Service with a staff of over 150, plus hundreds of volunteers." - from dust jacket. Large handsome gilt decoration upon navy front board. Nicely signed and dated by author upon verso of front free endpaper. Book like new aside from a faint spot of soiling atop front free endpaper with corresponding mark inside front board. Dust jacket bears negligible wear and is now preserved in a glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A beautiful copy
      [Bookseller: Online Bookshop Jim and Mina Stachow]
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