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No. 133.

IN CONVENTION

November 15, 1867.

REPORT

OF THE METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT OF
NEW YORK, IN ANSWER TO RESOLUTION.

CENTRAL DEPARTMENT METROPOLITAN POLICE,
300 MULBERRY ST., NEW YORK, Nov., 1867.

To the Honorable the Constitutional Convention of the State of New
York:

In compliance with a request contained in a resolution of the Honorable the Convention, adopted on the 18th of September last, we have the honor to submit tabular statements, annexed, numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

No. 1 shows "the aggregate number of the force" on the 31st day of October, in the years 1858 to 1867, both inclusive.

No. 2 shows "the gross amount paid in each year as salaries to the commissioners, superintendent, inspectors, surgeons, captains, patrolmen and clerical force, respectively, during the period above mentioned."

No. 3 shows "the number of men in each year expelled or dismissed from the force during the period above mentioned, with the causes or grounds of dismissal briefly stated."

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No. 4 shows "the number of complaints in each year preferred before the Board of Commissioners against members of the force, together with the disposition of such complaints, during the period above mentioned."

The number of patrolmen was increased in the city of New York, by resolution of the Board of Supervisors, adopted Dec. 30th, 1859, to 1,400, and by like resolution, January 17th, 1861, to 1,800, and in pursuance of chap. 806, Laws 1867, to 2,000. The number of patrolmen was increased in the city of Brooklyn, by resolution of the Common Council of that city, adopted December 13th, 1865, from 300 to 308; by like resolution adopted January 15th, 1867, from 308 to 318; by like resolution adopted June 13th, 1867, the number was increased to 368.

By chapter 84 of the Laws of 1866, the quota of patrolmen for Richmond county was fixed at 25.

By action of the people of the town of West Farms, Westchester county, in town meeting held in 1866, the quota of patrolmen was fixed at 6. By like action of the people of the town of Yonkers, Westchester county, in town meeting held in the year 1866, the quota of patrolmen for that town was fixed at 12.

The rate of compensation for members of the force has been materially increased since the organization of the force in 1858, by several acts of the Legislature.

See Session Laws of 1857, chapter 569.

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By order of the Board of Metropolitan Police,

THOMAS C. ACTON,

President.

STATEMENT No. 1.-Aggregate number of the Metropolitan Police Force, as it existed on the 31st day of

October of the years 1858 to 1867.

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STATEMENT No. 2.-Statement of the gross amount paid in each year as Salaries of Superintendents, In-
spectors, Surgeons, Captains, Sergeants, Patrolmen and Clerical Force, respectively, of the Metropolitan Police
District, from April 23d, 1858, to September 1st, 1867.

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