CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 26, 1974
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(Studio) Many British traditions faced with extinction, incling. presence of London police, called bobbies.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(London, England) Number of bobbies reduces each year partly because of low pay. Bobbies must work longer hrs. each day; unprecedented strain on force exists. [Dep. police commissioner John CRISP - says most bobbies transfer to other police forces in other cntrys.] London crime no worse, although number of bobbies decring. [Constable William POWELL - doesn't think bobbie can be replaced.]
REPORTER: Bob Simon
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