- Falmouth Docks Police
Falmouth Docks Police is a small, specialised non-
Home Officepolice force responsible for policing Falmouth Docks.
Officers of this force are sworn in as special constables under section 79 of the
Harbours, Docks, and Piers Clauses Act 1847. As a result, officers have the full powers of a constable on any land owned by Falmouth Docks & Engineering Company and at any place within one mile of any owned land.
Any serious or major incidents or crime becomes the responsibility of the local
Home Officepolice force, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary.
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