Police Firearms and Restraints

Japanese manuscript illustration showing two samurai

10:30am Saturday 22nd October 2011 - 4:30pm Saturday 22nd October 2011 at Leeds

A brand new topic for our History In Your Hands seminars with an opportunity to get up close to real objects illustrating the development of police equipment in the UK over the last 200 years.

We will be examining how the police have restrained criminals – from truncheons to cutlasses and from handcuffs to batons, and taking a look at firearms including early flintlock pistols and revolvers right through to exploring modern-day body armour used to protect our forces today.

  • All of the seminars run from 10:30 to 4:30 and take place at the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds.
  • Lunch is not provided, but there is a bistro and a café plus a picnic area in the Museum.
  • Booking is essential as the seminars tend to sell out quickly and places are limited to 20 delegates per seminar.

Price

£30.00 per delegate

To book

Tel: 0113 220 1888
Email: educate.leeds@armouries.org.uk

Visitor Information

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