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THE ARMED FORCES

Act of 1919 made it compulsory for local authorities to comply with these regulations. It also established, in response to current discontent in the force, an official trade union or service organization, the Police Federation, with a representative body, the Police Council, and imposed upon the Home Secretary the duty to consult it before issuing regulations.
The local authority receives a grant-in-aid from the Treasury of half the cost of its police service. This provides a further instrument of central control, for the grant is only paid after the Home Office Inspectors of Constabulary have given a certificate of efficiency. The Home Secretary also has powers in time of emergency to take over general control.
The Metropolitan Police is under the sole and direct authority of the central government, although the London County Council has to contribute its share of the cost. Always an efficient body of which little if any criticism was to be heard, it has recently undergone considerable changes. For long a body of civilian character which succeeded in maintaining good relations with the public, it has been placed since the Warunder the control of military and Air Force ex-officers who have succeeded in making far-reaching reforms. The Act of 1933, which was the result of recommendations made by the Commissioner, Lord Trenchard, is remarkable in that it instituted changes for which there had been no apparent demand. The most important of these was the new method of grading and recruiting the force. Hitherto all, or nearly all, posts were filled by promotion from below. The Trenchard scheme set up a police college and reserved all posts beyond the rank of inspector to those who passed through it. Cadets at the college are recruited in three ways, by open competitive examination, from university graduates, and from inside the force. In each case the chief determining factor is the interview.

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