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The increased use of cars in
the years between the wars brought about a huge death toll:
when Source 2(ii) was issued in 1931 18 people a day were being
killed on the roads. Both these sources show the police responding
by being present on the roads themselves.
These sources are all quite easy
to understand. As you look at them, think about: which aspect
of police work will be changed? Is this technology an entirely
new approach, or a new way of doing an old job? There is some
evidence, too, of the attitudes of: the police (Source 2), criminals
(Source 3) and the public (Source 4) to these changes.
Put some of the evidence
you have found in these Sources into your Gallery Worksheet.