HC Deb 06 April 1922 vol 152 c2452W

asked the Home Secretary whether, in the event of the disbandment of the Metropolitan Women Police, he proposes to appoint assistants to Miss MacDougall, and, if so, at what salary; or, alternatively, what other arrangements will be made for taking evidence from girls and children?


This matter is under consideration. It is proposed, where necessary, to employ a sufficient number of suitable women, with a status similar to that of Miss MacDougall, under the direction of the Commissioner of Police. The salary to be paid has not been decided.