Epping Forest Keepers

Epping Forest Keepers

Epping Forest Keepers

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The Epping Forest Keepers are an ancient and historical body of people who are employed by the City of London, who in return are responsible, as the Conservators, for the management and care of Epping Forest, which covers approximately ten square miles of forest, bridleway, woodland and recreational space stretching from Leytonstone in east London, north to Epping in Essex. The horse mounted section was disbanded in 2009. The forest is managed by the City of London Corporation and is one of many open spaces that comes under their control, even though Epping Forest and the others are a considerable distance from the Square Mile.


The powers to swear in constables come from the Epping Forest Act 1878. This gives the Conservators of the forest the power to swear in reeve, assistant reeves, bailiffs or other officers appointed by them for 'securing the better execution' of the Act and their bylaws. Epping Forest keepers are sworn as constables under section 43 of the Act, giving them all the powers and privileges of a constable inside the forest. They are sworn in before a Justice of the Peace for Essex.

If a constable sees or finds a person committing an offence against the bylaws, or if they have reasonable suspicion to believe that...
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