HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE GLASGOW POLICE

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The Glasgow Police Historical Exhibition in the museum contains artefacts and text boards which provide a historical insight into the people, events and other
factors which contributed to the founding, development
and progress of Britain's first Police force, the
City of Glasgow Police from 1779-1975.
The International Police Exhibition in the museum
illustrates the influence of the Glasgow Police on
World Policing. Collected over 37 years, Alastair
Dinsmor's International Police Collection is on display. Consisting of over 5000 items of insignia, headgear and uniforms from every country in the World is on display.
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OPENING HOURS:
1 April until 31 October :
OPEN 7 DAYS
Monday to Saturday 10am - 4.30pm
Sunday 12noon to 4.30pm

ADMISSION FREE

1 November until 31 March
OPEN TWO DAYS PER WEEK ONLY
Tuesdays 10am - 4.30pm
Sundays 12noon - 4.30pm


Groups Also Welcome ALL YEAR
daytime or evenings
Phone or e-mail for appointment
HOW TO FIND THE MUSEUM
The Museum is situated at
68 St. Andrew's Square, Glasgow,
opposite St. Andrew's in the Square Church.
Vehicles/Pedestrians can enter St. Andrew's
Square from:
(a) London Road via James Morrison Street
(b) Saltmarket via St. Andrew's Street, or
(c) Greendyke Street via Turnbull Street
(pedestrian route only).

CONTACT US ON:
Telephone: 07788 532691 (10am-4.30pm)
or
E-mail: curator@policemuseum.org.uk


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