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The impact of the associations on national prosecution rates was probably negligible at best – again suggesting that they operated in the interests of only a minor section of the community. Beattie (1986: 50) has suggested that they had ‘no major effect’, while in his study of Essex King has pointed out their tendency to follow rather than lead the indictment rate (in Hay and Snyder 1989: 202). While their impact as a deterrent – arguably their most signiﬁcant function – will remain elusive, for the historian they do provide evidence that an 34 The role of the ‘victim’ important section of society were sufﬁciently disgruntled about the existing criminal justice system to invest time and money in organizing themselves against the threat of crime.
In fact, there is some evidence to suggest that the new police beneﬁted from the same movement that had spawned the associations for the Prosecution of Felons and that counties with most associations were more likely to adopt the new police if that was an option (Schubert 1981: 36). Where once fears about crime had motivated people to opt for the formation of an association so too could the same fears be expressed by opting to adopt the terms of the County Police Act 1839, but the choice was not limited to one or the other (Philips 1989: 150).
Philips, D. (1989) ‘Good men to associate and bad men to conspire: associations for the prosecution of felons in England 1750–1860,’ in D. Hay and F. Snyder (eds), Policing and Prosecution in Britain 1750–1850. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 113–70. Zedner, L. (2002) ‘Victims and crime’, in M. Maguire, R. Morgan and R. Reiner (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Criminology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 13. ‘Victims’ and the prosecution of crime During the eighteenth century the state took a rather detached and piecemeal attitude towards the prosecution of crime.
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