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Title: Law And Order In The 19th Century

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Subject: History
Author: Dorothy H
Date: October 12, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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One of the primary reasons for the formation of the police force was to put an end to London crime rates. Almost 75% of all crimes at the time were petty thefts. Other crimes were only a minority. Pickpocketting was highly popular. London with its overcrowded streets and public executions provided the perfect opportunity for pickpockets...

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London with its overcrowded streets and public executions provided the perfect opportunity for pickpockets. Another crime similar to Pickpocketting was garrotting. This was when the victim was half-strangled, making it easier for the victim to be robbed. It had occurred quite often but was only considered a serious crime after an MP was garrotted...

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