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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV971.5.47
Description
Burnaby Municipal Police issue handcuffs. The cuffs are secured by three links of chain. There is no key.
Object History
These handcuffs were used by Constable George Jeffery. George Jeffery served as a Constable on the Burnaby Police Force from 1912 - 1935. His patrolled the large Central Park District by foot, stretching from Boundary to Royal Oak and Marine Drive to Moscrop. Over the coarse of his duties, Consta…
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Repository
Burnaby Village Museum
Accession Code
HV971.5.47
Description
Burnaby Municipal Police issue handcuffs. The cuffs are secured by three links of chain. There is no key.
Object History
These handcuffs were used by Constable George Jeffery. George Jeffery served as a Constable on the Burnaby Police Force from 1912 - 1935. His patrolled the large Central Park District by foot, stretching from Boundary to Royal Oak and Marine Drive to Moscrop. Over the coarse of his duties, Constable Jeffery saw the need for recreational activities in the area. He founded the Burnaby Athletic Association which featured a competitive boxing ring and gym. In 1935, when the Burnaby Police became the British Columbia Provincial Police, rather than leave the community he chose to leave the force. George Jeffery than worked at the nearby Oakalla Prison Farm until retiring in 1945.
Subjects
Public Services
Protective Services - Police Protection
Regulative and Protective Tools and Equipment
Regulative and Protective Tools and Equipment - Restraint Device
Name Access
Jeffery, George
Burnaby Municipal Police
Record Type
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