Crich Police House (The Common)

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Overview

Alternative Names   The Police House

Nation   England

County   Derbyshire

Location   124 The Common (junction with Woodside),  Crich

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   Unknown

Year closed   After 1911

Century of Operation   1900-1999

Building Type   Police Station

Remarks   Now a private residence.

Description

'There were three more prison cells over time [including one] down the Common at the police house opposite Dial Farm (now a private house)' (citing information supplied by the late Joan E. Wragg). Accompanying photo titled 'Outside the police house on the Common in 1911 celebrating the Coronation of George V'

Crich Parish website, ‘Crime and punishment in Crich’

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SOURCES

    Crich Parish website, ‘Crime and punishment in Crich’

  • http://www.crichparish.co.uk/webpages/policestations.html

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