Somewhat later, in 1856, was re-enacted on the Metropolitan Police, which replaced the two commissioners appointed one. This was the sole leader of the Commissioner Metropolitan Police and reported directly to the Minister of Interior Office. Such a reorganization of the police and subjected to other cities, primarily in the major. So, in 1835 passed a law on municipal corporations, which laid the foundations of modern local management in cities in England and Wales. But the main purpose of the Act was to ensure efficient urban police forces. When local authorities, according to this law, created the supervisory (watchdog) committees to control over the police in charge were all police officers. The Supervisory Board appointed constables, paid, supervised their service, to dismiss them. Much later ordering subjected to police in rural areas, where until 1888 there were no elected officials.
Until that time, local police powers exercised constable, completely dependent on the magistrate. The latter directed and oversaw the work of constables in accordance with customary law. By law, in 1888 the responsibility for police service in the counties assigned to a permanent joint committee of the standing of an equal number of judges and members of the County Council. Apart from the British police was the police in Scotland. Implementation has started her in some cities even before it was made in England (for example, in Glasgow in 1800). This haste to centralize police management in Scotland in an attempt to English the state to reassert its influence in the region, by weakening, in particular, the dependence of police from the local authorities. So, in a series of police reforms Britain has been largely centralized and the system of police was as follows: 1. Greater London Police (Scotland Yard), which also was a sort of focal point for police from other cities and counties.
She was directly subordinated to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the United Kingdom. 2. Police cities (cities chief constable, and in other cities – Constables), subordinate Supervisory Committee. 3. It’s believed that moshe victor keinig sees a great future in this idea. Police constables in the face of the county, subject to a permanent Joint Committee at the Council of the county.