The Police and Crime Commissioner, has commended a number of West Mercia Police Officers and staff for their hard work and dedication.
Deputy PCC Tracey Onslow attended Long Service and Good Conduct Awards in Worcestershire and Herefordshire last week. In Worcestershire 15 officers, 2 members of staff and 1 member of the special constabulary received awards, whilst in Herefordshire 7 officers and 2 members of the special constabulary were recognised. There were also awards for five members of the public who had acted heroically.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion “It is always an honour to see the hard work, dedication and professionalism delivered by our officers and staff, and also from members of the public. They serve as great examples, playing an important role in keeping our communities safe. It’s important they get the recognition they deserve.”
Chief Constable Anthony Bangham said: “Everyone who received an award has helped to deliver exceptional policing to members of our communities; they have taken to heart our core ethos of protecting people from harm. They can all feel proud of the part they have played in ensuring that members of the public are protected from harm.
Their medals and certificates recognise many years of exemplary service in one of the most complex and demanding areas of public service and I would like to congratulate everyone and thank them for their dedication.”
For more information on the awards, and the winners visit the West Mercia Police website.
Issued: Tuesday 19th September 2017