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Encyclopedia > Port of Dover Police

The Port of Dover Police is a small non Home Office police service which provides police services to the Port of Dover.


As of 2004 the force had an establishement of one Chief Officer, three Inspectors, six sergeants and thirty eight constables. The force investigate all offences committed in the port area but receive specialist support and assistance from Kent Police (the Home Office force covering the area) when required.


Officers of this force are sworn in as constables under section 79 of the Harbours, Docks & Piers Clauses Act 1847. As a result officers have the full powers of a constable on any land owned by Dover Harbour Board and at any place within one mile of any owned land.


Officers in this force wear similar uniforms to their colleagues in other forces throughout the country.


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CNN.com - 'Poorly' immigrants found at Dover - September 29, 2001 (364 words)
Police said the 23 men and three women were in "poor condition" and that conditions were so cramped they could have died.
The driver of the van, a 27-year-old German woman, is in custody at Dover police station where she is being questioned.
Port officials found the bodies of 54 men and four women when they inspected the lorry that had travelled to Dover's eastern docks from The Netherlands.
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