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1) OLD BILL

Old Bill" was King William IV, whose constables were an early form of police. (It is often said erroneously that he was on the throne when the police were founded. Actually he did not succeed George IV until 1830).


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2) PEELERS

Robert Peel formed the Police Force in 1829

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1584austin Post time: 2012-3-15 04:40
2) PEELERS

Robert Peel formed the Police Force in 1829

3) COPPERS

A cop is a slang term used to describe police, constables, sheriffs, prison guards and other law enforcement officers. The usage of the word "cop" to refer to law enforcement may have been derived from the verb cop, which means to take or seize and most likely does not come from the British reference to Constables On Patrol.

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1584austin Post time: 2012-3-15 04:42
3) COPPERS

A cop is a slang term used to describe police, constables, sheriffs, prison guards and ...

4) PIGS {:soso_e101:}

I see no relationship between pigs and cops what is the deal......why like doughnut eaters or something I mean cops portrayed as always eating doughnuts but pigs what is up with that????????

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1584austin Post time: 2012-3-15 04:47
4) PIGS

I see no relationship between pigs and cops what is the deal......why like  ...

5) THE FUZZ

No one has come up with a specific origin for "fuzz", but it agreed it came from the 60's when hippie cultures were commonly coming up with new slang terms

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5) THE FUZZ

No one has come up with a specific origin for "fuzz", but it agreed it came from the  ...

6) THE PLOD

Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary,

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1584austin Post time: 2012-3-15 04:54
6) THE PLOD

Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary,

7) ROZZERS

Robert Peel was from Bury, Lancashire when he set the first police up the local town they concentrated their first efforts on was Rossendale, hence Rozzers o.k.

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