Lincolnshire Police Force
'Lincolnshire Constabulary' was established by the County Police Act of 1839. Following the passing of the County and Borough Police Act of 1856, the Lord Lieutenant of the County called a meeting of the Magistrates to take the Act into consideration.
Lincolnshire Police has a current strength of over 1200 police officers, traffic wardens and over 800 civilian police staff. The police force serves a population of 646,000 and one of the largest geographic areas in the UK with a beat of 2,284 square miles. The main centre is Lincoln, a city with a population of 100,000, and, with its cathedral, castle and history is a busy tourist area.
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