In 1947 Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabularies conducted a visit to Guernsey Police. They found the Force in need of reorganisation. They recommended that an officer from a mainland force be seconded to Guernsey to help modernise and reorganise their police force. The officer chosen was Inspector William Charles Moore of the Southampton County Borough Police. He was appointed as the acting head of Guernsey Police for a period o 18 months. This scrapbook, compiled by him, gives an insight to what he was able to achieve. Click HERE ro read the Scrapbook.