'Honours & Medals Awarded to the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC 1922 - 2001' Robert J Black
Robert (Roy) Black’s definitive work covering the Honours and Medals awarded to the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC from its formation in 1922 to its incorporation into the Police Service of Northern Ireland in 2001.
The Royal Ulster Constabulary GC is intrinsically linked to the turbulent history of Northern Ireland and will be judged by future generations as to the part it played in this history on the facts and how they are presented. One of the yardsticks available for this judgement will be the awards to the Constabulary for gallantry and distinguished service and the circumstances that merited such awards. It is the intention of this book to supply the facts and let the reader draw his or her own conclusions.
This book will appeal to both the serious medal collector and members of the wider policing family in Northern Ireland. It will also be of interest to the large body of individuals outside of Northern Ireland who maintain an interest in policing, our history and have an affinity with those who served during difficult times.
Price: £20 plus postage and packaging.
History of the RUC Reserve 1970 -2001 by J Claude Macquigg
This book, suitably illustrated, provides a unique record of the role, work and sacrifice of the Full and Part-time Reserve in the context of social and political developments in Northern Ireland over a thirty year period.
Price: £15 plus postage and packaging.
"We Remember" - Memories of service with the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC 1922 to 1970 by John Nagle and Liam Kelly
This book draws on interviews with former RUC GC officers recalling their police service from the earlier times until the Hunt Commission OF 1970. It covers all aspects of policing from mundane tillage returns through World War 2, the various IRA campaigns of the period, development of the Women's Branch and the impact of sport on policing.
Price: £3 plus postage and packaging.
CD : We Remember .... Joining the RUC
On this CD former members of the RUC GC talk about how they came to join the police service. The tracks on the CD are extracts taken from detailed recordings made for the Foundation's Oral History Project.
Price: £2 plus postage and packaging.
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