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What do I need to know?
This series consist of one journal of day to day activities of the Native Police Corps, Narre Warren, from 1845-1853.
How do I search?
This journal has been divided by year. Browse the list of entries close entries Definition A row in a list, such a list of search results. If an entry can be selected for an action, check boxes will be displayed next to each row. Entries can be selected individually, or all at once by ticking the ‘All’ check box. from 1845-1853 and view the diary online.
About these records
This series consist of one journal of day to day activities of the Native Police Corps, Narre Warren, from 1845-1953.
The Native Police Corps was one of the earliest police forces in Victoria. It employed Aboriginal men to help impose British law across the colony and intervene in frontier conflict between newly arrived European settlers and local Aboriginal communities.
Who created these records?
Native Police Corps (1837-1853) VA close VA Definition An Agency is an administrative unit that has or has had responsibility for the provision of at least one aspect of government administration. 4759.
What are in these records?
Entries in the book contain:
- the names of Native Police troopers
- references to assignments, duties and drills
- reference to criminal activities
- troop movements and provisions.
Please note that these records reflect past attitudes and language which may now be considered culturally insensitive or inappropriate.