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Hi folks

I am not sure whether I am in the correct forum but I am urgently seeking to establish what was the acceptance criteria for admission by a female into the Metropolitan Police Cadets circa 1976 to 1981.  I believe the criteria present day is that the applicant must either a) live, b) work or c) study in one of the London boroughs.  Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.  Ideally, a copy of the application form for the relevant period would be great.  If the forum rules permit my personal email address is: davidjparkerllbllm@gmail.com  

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On 23/10/2018 at 19:06, Probonolegalservices said:

Hi folks

I am not sure whether I am in the correct forum but I am urgently seeking to establish what was the acceptance criteria for admission by a female into the Metropolitan Police Cadets circa 1976 to 1981.  I believe the criteria present day is that the applicant must either a) live, b) work or c) study in one of the London boroughs.  Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated.  Ideally, a copy of the application form for the relevant period would be great.  If the forum rules permit my personal email address is: davidjparkerllbllm@gmail.com  

Hello,

I highly doubt anyone on here would have this information readily available for you, if it even still exists. What I would suggest though is that you submit a Freedom of Information Act Request to the Metropolitan Police, from experience they are very good at getting back to you and hold a surprising amount of information in the archives.

Of note also, the British Library hold a LOT of archival information from the Metropolitan Police too which may be of assistance to you.

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