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White Slave Traffic - procuring girls for prostitution - issuing forged 10 pound notes (R22342274) 1910 - 1916

Additional archives description
Names include: Aldo Antonius Cellis or Sellais, Doris Williams, Marie Vernon, Alexander Berard, Maurice Augustine Roulante (alias John Dixon)



Item ID Agency Series Accession Record group Box / Item Sep Record no. Part Alternative no. Record type
R22342274 AAAJ 6813 W3289 9 / CR 13/26 Text



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6813
Finger Print Branch/Criminal Registration Branch Annual Single Number Files more detail…
1903 - unknown

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AAXZ
New Zealand Police Museum more detail…
1991 - 1996
AAAJ
New Zealand Police, National Headquarters more detail…


The New Zealand Police carried out functions such as keeping the peace, maintaining public safety, law enforcement, crime prevention, community support and reassurance, national security, and emergency management.



1917 - current

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Version Number: 25
Date Approved: 09/07/2020