P.C. so, who informed me that he thought she was drunk because she smelt strongly of liquor. ... so it would be unnecessary to call a doctor for that purpose. ... Wished, as she was allowed to occup a seat in the charge room during her detention at the station, and was not placed in a cell. ... [he constable then took hold of my shoulder, and I looked at him and asked his number. ... The Chief Commissioner of Police, Metropolitan Police Office, New Scotland Yard, S.W. Your reference No.
|Title||:||Report of the Royal Commission Upon the Duties of the Metropolitan Police, Together with Appendices|
|Author||:||Great Britain. Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Police, Alfred Littelton (Hon.)|