A "paddy wagon" is a pejorative name for the means to transport a plurality of drunken Irishmen, and it would be found in the police motor pool, assigned to the operations division. The politically correct name is simply "wagon" or "prisoner transport."
For the police, they usually use HANDCUFFS to restrain a prisoner.
British Transport Police was created in 1948.
Just head to the nearest police station. The officers there will make any arrangements needed to transport or extradite you elsewhere.
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Uniformed, detectives, auxiliary, special police, military police, religious police, border police and transport police
The British Transport Police are separate to the regular police force, as they only patrol railways and other modes of transport. The latest jobs can be found on the BTP website, along with information about the work they do.
It originated in France
Metropolitan Police and City of London Police. There is also Transport Police looking after the rail network.
No...you can if he/she ask a lift.an nowadays some police are using public transport.
A police officer usually only does a pat down for weapons. A prisoner will often hide contraband in body cavities.