Law and Order Through the Ages Assembly

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Law and Order Through the Ages Assembly. Is a Narrator and a whistle ever going to be enough – against so many criminals? Course, they’re not the only ones difficult to control at times!

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Law and Order Through the Ages Assembly

Law and Order Through the Ages Assembly. Is a Narrator and a whistle ever going to be enough – against so many criminals? Course, they’re not the only ones difficult to control at times!

This is a romp through the ages, looking at how the implementation of law and order has progressed – to the present.

A cast of 30. Duration: Around 10 minutes reading time not including music suggestions

Law and Order Through the Ages Assembly Sample Text:

Narrator:         Good morning and welcome to our assembly on Law and Order Through the Ages.

(Enter policeman running across stage, blowing a whistle whilst chasing a robber; on his way back across stage, the narrator stops policeman, leaving robber to ‘get away’)

Policeman:      Hey! Don’t you know it’s against the law to stop an officer in pursuit of his duty?

Narrator:         Oh I do beg your pardon. I was just wondering if I might borrow your whistle?

Policeman:      My whistle? And what might you be needing that for?

Narrator:         Well,

(Sound of horse hooves)

Music 2 Stand and Deliver – Adam Ant

(Enter Dick Turpin ‘galloping’ across stage)

(Narrator blows whistle and Dick Turpin halts abruptly)

Policeman:      Oh. I think I’ll leave this one to you! I’m just a bobby on the beat. I’m not so good with robbers on horses!

(Exit Policeman)

Narrator:         Ah! You’d be?

Dick Turpin:     (Interrupting) Dick Turpin! At your service, sir!

Narrator:         Oh really? And what kind of services can you offer, sir?

Dick Turpin:     (Thoughtfully) Ah now, let me see. How about poaching, burglary, stealing horses,

(Narrator blows his whistle)

Narrator:         Enough! No, I don’t think I’ll be needing any of those particular services here today, thank you! I think you should go, before (rolls up his/her sleeve) the long arm of the law catches up with you!

(Exit Dick Turpin, to the sound of galloping hooves)

Narrator:         (Sighing) Something tells me I’m going to need more than just a whistle today if I’m going to be meeting many more criminals!

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