HC Deb 01 March 1909 vol 1 c1243W

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland what were the numbers of the police in the Dublin Metropolitan Police Force and the Royal Irish Constabulary, respectively, on 1st January, 1909, or as near a date to that as practicable?


The strength of the Dublin Metropolitan Police on the 1st January, 1909, was as follows: 7 superintendents, 23 inspectors, 43 station sergeants, and 1,108 sergeants and constables. The strength of the Royal Irish Constabulary on the same date was 37 county inspectors, 195 district inspectors, 237 head constables, and 10,242 sergeants and constables.