Prescot Police Station

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Nation   England

County   Lancashire

Location   8-10 Derby Street Prescot.  Prescot , near Liverpool

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   Bld 1840

Year closed   2019

Century of Operation   1800-1899, 1900-1999

Building Type   Police Station, Courthouse

Remarks   The Lancashire Constabulary was created in 1839. Following in the lines of the metropolitan police. The new chief constable appointed to assistant Chief Constables of whom was based on Prescot. Prescot effectively became the headquarters for the Southwest Lancashire. It was a fairly compact station with accommodation for single officer, a house for a Sergeant and family and on the top floor was the local court house.

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