Port of Felixstowe Police

Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006

Non-Home Office List of law enforcement agencies inports police force established in 1975, responsible for policing the Port of Felixstowe in Felixstowe, Suffolk, United Kingdom.

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Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006

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Port of Felixstowe

United Kingdom's busiest container port, dealing with 48% of Britain's containerised trade.

United Kingdom's busiest container port, dealing with 48% of Britain's containerised trade.

Landguard Terminal in the foreground with Trinity Terminal in the background
Port of Felixstowe
CSCL Globe, the largest container ship at the time, arriving at the port in January 2015

The port has its own Port of Felixstowe Police, fire, and ambulance services.

Felixstowe Pier

Felixstowe

Seaside town in Suffolk, England.

Seaside town in Suffolk, England.

Felixstowe Pier
Port of Felixstowe
Felixstowe Station
Felixstowe Town Hall
A view of Landguard Fort
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Clifftop at Felixstowe
United Reformed Church on Orwell Road
Jim Paice MP, 2011
Glenn Howerton, 2013

The port has its own Police Authority, which also currently has jurisdiction over the area local to the port (with permission from Suffolk Constabulary's Chief Constable).

Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006

List of law enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom, Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories

There are a number of agencies that participate in law enforcement in the United Kingdom which can be grouped into three general types:

There are a number of agencies that participate in law enforcement in the United Kingdom which can be grouped into three general types:

Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006
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A photograph of officers of the Birmingham Parks Police, taken between c. 1900 and 1910.
Canterbury Cathedral Constable (Inspector) in beat uniform
A recruiting banner for the Honorary Police showing the arms of each parish: (from left to right) Grouville, St Brelade, St John, Trinity, St Saviour, St Ouen, St Helier, St Mary, St Lawrence, St Clement, St Peter, St Martin

Port of Felixstowe Police — Port of Felixstowe, Suffolk: HDPCA incorporated by section 3(1)(e) of the Felixstowe Dock and Railway Act 1956.

Police officers of the New Jersey Transit Police Department at Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey, United States

Transit police

Transit police (also known as transport police, railway police, railroad police and several other terms) are specialized police agencies employed either by a common carrier (a transit district, railway, railroad, bus line, or any other mass transit provider) or a municipality, county, district, or state.

Transit police (also known as transport police, railway police, railroad police and several other terms) are specialized police agencies employed either by a common carrier (a transit district, railway, railroad, bus line, or any other mass transit provider) or a municipality, county, district, or state.

Police officers of the New Jersey Transit Police Department at Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey, United States
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An example from Canada - Edmonton Transit Peace Officer Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Port of Felixstowe Police — Port of Felixstowe, Suffolk: HDPCA incorporated by section 3(1)(e) of the Felixstowe Dock and Railway Act 1956.

Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006

Port of Dover Police

Non-Home Office List of law enforcement agencies inports police force which provides a 24-hour policing service to the Port of Dover, Kent, England.

Non-Home Office List of law enforcement agencies inports police force which provides a 24-hour policing service to the Port of Dover, Kent, England.

Metropolitan Police officers on crowd control to prevent Football hooliganism after England lose to Portugal, 1 July 2006

One constable is employed as a training officer for both initial and in-service training, and the force provides all initial training not only for its own officers and staff, but also for the Port of Bristol Police and the Port of Felixstowe Police.

A variety of uniforms used in the Canadian Militia, 1898.

List of United Kingdom uniformed services

Theservices listed here are national, regional, local, recognised, emergency, public-serving, military and educational and support services.

Theservices listed here are national, regional, local, recognised, emergency, public-serving, military and educational and support services.

A variety of uniforms used in the Canadian Militia, 1898.

Port of Felixstowe Police