By D. Taylor
The ebook seems to be on the improvement of policing in a city famous for its excessive degrees of crime. via a close research of policing and police paintings over the interval c. 1840-1914 it exhibits how the turbulent neighborhood of the early Victorian years used to be changed into a policed society via the tip of the century.
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Enquiries were made of the Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle forces in the hope that a suitable man would be recommended. However, the Commissioners refused to increase the chief ofﬁcer’s salary when appointing a successor: a fact that may well explain the poor quality of men who subsequently ﬁlled the post. 25 His successor, William ‘Tin-Ribs’ Kilvington, had served as second ofﬁcer under Ord but was in no way his equal. His brief period in ofﬁce was dogged by controversy. 26 The New Police in Middlesbrough 31 Ord was the one man of ability to hold the post of ﬁrst police ofﬁcer.
2 Impressive though this investment was, it could not safeguard the town’s economic future. Success was threatened when competition from nearby Hartlepool grew considerably, and as the extension of the railway to that town and the completion of the Victoria Dock in 1840 resulted in Middlesbrough losing its shipping advantage. By the early 1840s the Hartlepool and Dock Railway Company was carrying a third more coal than its rival Stockton and Darlington Railway Company. The dangerous nature of the river Tees from Middlesbrough to its mouth, coupled with the problem of silting up, made Middlesbrough less and less attractive to coal exporters in the 1840s.
There is no record of a negative response but later that month James Burns was appointed second police ofﬁcer on a salary of £40 per annum, subject to a 3-month probationary period. 29 None the less, 32 Policing the Victorian Town the town’s Police Committee was concerned that low-quality men were not giving value for money, and questioned the wisdom of paying for two men. It had two options, one of which was to raise salaries in the hope of attracting better men, the other to reduce expenditure by cutting the police establishment.