November 24, 2018 08:18 IST

100 years of women in the British police force

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100 Years Of Women In British Police Force A group of London Policewomen displays the new polka-dot uniform for 'the WPCs of the '70s'. Credit: Getty Images
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100 Years Of Women In British Police Force London first Colored Policewomen Mrs. Sislin Fay Allen, wears the new style uniforms as she learns police procedure at a mock traffic accident. February 16, 1968. Credit: Getty Images
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100 Years Of Women In British Police Force Members of the Women's Police Force arrive at Buckingham Palace, London, to attend a party for war workers. Credit: Getty Images
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100 Years Of Women In British Police Force 27-year-old Police Constable Margaret Raymond of Worthing demonstrating the new City of London Police walkie-talkie radios. She is the only woman on patrol with a special 100-strong patrol group operating in crime trouble spots in London. Credit: Getty Images
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100 Years Of Women In British Police Force A British policewoman chasing after a group of naked street boys by the Serpentine in Hyde Park, London. Credit: Getty Images