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Bobby or Bobbie may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 People; 2 Dogs; 3 Films; 4 Music. 4.1 Songs. 5 Other uses; 6 See also. People[edit]. Bobby (given name), often ...

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Dec 10, 2014 ... Once the largest empire in the world, London continues to top the charts ... were referred to as “Peelers” or—more memorably—“Bobbies,” after ...

www.britannica.com/topic/bobby

Bobby: Bobby, slang term for a member of London's Metropolitan Police. The name is derived from that of Sir Robert Peel, who as home secretary established  ...

www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/Sir-Robert-Peel

In Britain today all policemen are commonly referred to as 'Bobbies'! ... However, London was sadly lacking in any form of protective presence and crime ...

knowledgeoflondon.com/bobby.html

London Bobby. The first thing approaching a police force arrived in the seventeenth century during the reign of Charles II. They were nicknamed " Charlies".

projectbritain.com/london/crime.htm

Policemen became to be known as " bobbies" after Robert Peel who set up the first organised police service in London, 1829. Bobby is short for Robert.

www.nbcnews.com/news/world/why-london-won-t-arm-all-police-despite-severe-terror-n737551

Mar 23, 2017 ... London's Metropolitan Police carried out some 3300 deployments involving firearms ... London's Unarmed Bobbies Manage to Keep the Peace.

johnbiggsoklahomawriter.com/the-london-bobbies

Jan 29, 2014 ... The policemen who take care of law enforcement in the material world are the Bobbies. They walk the streets of London armed with nothing ...

www.lambertsouvenirs.com/london-policemen-londons-bobbies

London Policemen often referred to as 'Bobbies' as well as 'Coppers' were first introduced to London in 1829. The Metropolitan Police service covers the ...