- Thames Valley Police Museum
The Thames Valley Police Museum is located within Sulhamstead House, known locally as the 'White House', at
Sulhamsteadin the English county of Berkshire. The site was formerly the headquarters of the Berkshire Constabulary, and is now the training centre for the Thames Valley Police. The museum is open by appointment.
The museum includes displays on the history of Thames Valley Police and the five police forces that were amalgamated to form the force in
1968; the Buckinghamshire Constabulary, the Berkshire Constabulary, Oxford City Police, the Oxfordshire Constabularyand the Reading Borough Police. The museum's collections include items from the Great Train Robbery of 1963, uniforms, equipment, medals, photographs, scenes of crime evidence, and occurrence and charge books.
In 2006, the exhibition space of the museum was renovated.
* [http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news_info/info/museum/ Thames Valley Police website information on the museum]
* [http://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/news_info/info/museum/sulhamstead.htm Sulhamstead House (the White House)]
* [http://www.24hourmuseum.org.uk/museum_gfx_en/SE000371.html Information] from the
24 Hour Museum
* [http://www.berkshirehistory.com/castles/sulhamstead_house.html Royal Berkshire History: Sulhamstead House]
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