The West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner has commended a number of West Mercia Police officers and staff for their long service and good conduct.
At an awards ceremony held last night (14th November) at West Mercia Police’s Hindlip Headquarters, 17 officers, four members of staff and a Special Inspector, were recognised by Lt Col Patrick Holcroft, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire, for their contributions.
Commissioner John Campion said “West Mercia Police’s workforce build safer communities, and it’s important that we recognise them for their hard work, dedication and professionalism. It was an honour to attend the awards, to recognise those who have dedicated their careers, or volunteered their own time, to helping and protecting others, and I would like to gratuitously thank them, on behalf of the communities we serve”
Chief Constable Anthony Bangham said “Congratulations to everyone who has received an award. It is always a real honour to attend these ceremonies and celebrate the commitment, professionalism and overall hard work of our police officers and staff.
“Their medals and certificates recognise many years of exemplary service in one of the most complex and demanding areas of public service. I would like to congratulate everyone and thank them for their dedication.”
For more information on the awards visit: https://www.westmercia.police.uk/article/40553/Outstanding-service-and-good-conduct-recognised-at-Force-awards-ceremony
Issued: Wednesday 15th November 2017