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... Early in the planning stage the need for a Constabulary School became evident ... The Constabulary trooper, it was seen, must know, not only the customary duties of a soldier, but also police methods, how to make arrests, and how to deal ... A school was also needed to develop among the members of the Constabulary a spirit which would lift them towards the required high standards of personal appearance ...
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