RETURN to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 24 April 1888 for, RETURN of all Cases in which Metropolitan Police Constables have been Charged before Metropolitan Police Magistrates, or upon Indictment, during the past Twelve Months, with Assaults or other Offences, giving Dates, Names, and Particulars, and showing by whom the Prosecution was Conducted, and the Decision thereupon of every Court which had cognisance of such Charge; specifying also in what Cases Provision was made for the Defence by the Treasury, Police Authorities, or otherwise, and the Total Cost of such Provision in each Case respectively.
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