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2012

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Safer Neighbourhoods Awards 2012: Overall Winners

The culmination of several months of nominations, and an in-depth judging process, was the ‘best of the best’ announced at the Safer Neighbourhoods Awards ceremony at County Hall in Hertford on 22nd May 2012, organised and hosted by Hertfordshire Police Authority. 

 

Congratulations to everyone who took part and especially the overall winners of the county titles:

 

  • Neighbourhood Officer of the Year - PC James Tassell (Peartree SNT Welwyn Hatfield)
  • PCSO of the Year - PCSO Emily Hughes (Hertford Sele SNT)
  • Neighbourhood Team of the Year - South Oxhey
  • Special Constable of the Year - Jon Currie and Andrew Kowalski
  • Community Safety Citizen of the Year - Cathy McArevey from Dacorum (DV volunteer)

The event also saw the presentation of the Constabulary’s Michael Fogarty Problem Solving Award which went to Operation Bracken – a project to tackle ASB and criminal damage in Borehamwood, led by PC Ross Paybody, PC Daniel O’Halloran and PC Paul Purvis).


Police Authority Chairman, David Lloyd, said: “These awards are our opportunity to recognise the officers, staff and members of the public who make a real difference to the lives of those residing and working in Hertfordshire. 

 

“It is one of the few occasions when I have the opportunity to say a public ‘thank you’ not only for the tremendous unpaid contributions that are made by our local residents but also to our Neighbourhood officers and staff who go beyond the ‘day job’ to really make a difference to the safety and feelings of reassurance of the communities they serve.

 

“The commitment and dedication of all our officers and staff never ceases to amaze me and makes Hertfordshire what it is – one of the safest places in the country in which to live and work.” 

 

For more information on the 2012 Safer Neighbourhood Award Winners, please click here.

 

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