HC Deb 14 March 1905 vol 142 c1365

To ask Mr. Attorney-General for Ireland if he will state what is the present strength of the police force in county Longford; by how many men it has been reduced since 1st November, 1903; and how many existing barracks are to be closed in consequence.

(Answered by Mr. Atkinson.) The present strength of the county force is one county inspector, three district inspectors, and 120 men, a reduction of nine as compared with the numbers on 1st November, 1903. One station has been disestablished.