Jessie Mildon Hagley

One of the First Police Women in 1918

(Gloucestershire Police Archives 8238)
Handwritten list of Women Police transferring to Regular Force on 1.7.1919. Marion E. Sandover; Catherine A. Kelly; Jessie Mildon Hagley; Elizabeth Alice Brookes; Elizabeth Marie Fowler; Elizabeth Tonra; Marion Elizabeth Redfern; Ethel Elizabeth Gale; Gertrude Mary Rowe; Edith Mary Blair; Edith A. Cooper; Edith J. Smith; Winifred E. Vincent; Florence Jolin; Eva Blanche Bloodworth. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 103)
Register of Rural Constabulary entry for Jessie Mildon Hagley
Headquarters staff in 1920 outside New Court Police Headquarters, Lansdown Rd. Cheltenham. Back Row left to right; Police Constables Crouch, Jotcham, Orderly Keyse, Police Constables Lippett, Wynniatt. Middle row left to right: Miss Watts, Police Constables Williams, Large, Woman Police Constable Hagley, Police Constables Wakefield, Birchard, Miss Stowell. Seated left to right: Police Sergeant T.A. James, Inspector J Evans, Superintendent J.B. Biggs, Chief Superintendent Cooke, Inspector A. Sainsbury,Police Sergeants J.A. Price, G. Pugh. (Gloucestershire Police Archive URN 116)
Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucester Graphic
Headquarters 1920 with Woman Police Constable Hagley in the picture (Gloucestershire Police Archives 8237)
Ministry of Munitions Women Police Service hat badge belonging to Jessie Hagley. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 8256)
Photograph from Janina Hatzakis


At the Force Open Day 2018 Gloucestershire Police Archives were shown two pictures of Jessie Mildon Hagley one of the first women to join Gloucestershire Constabulary. We hope to have better copies soon.


Thank you to Janina Hatzakis



This page was added on 17/09/2018.

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