Chance to name top cop
|16/08/2018||Posted by admin under 南京夜网||
Most wanted: The hunt for the next St Marys Rotary Police of the Year winners ends next Monday. Pictured are last year’s winners Constable Daniel Hadley and Constable Daniel Peen.TIME is running out to find St Marys’ top cop.
Nominations for the St Marys Rotary Police Officer of the year close next Monday.
In its sixth year, the awards encourage the public to nominate and recognise officers’ acts of courage, compassion, understanding or devotion in the St Marys command in 2014.
It was won by Constable Daniel Peen last year after he risked his safety to arrest four men during a serious assault in Kingswood, where a victim was held against their will.
“It’s nice to be recognised for the work you do. Policing is a thankless job in one respect,” Constable Peen said at the time.
Previous community winners have been nominated for their investigation into sexual assault, work in youth liaison and coming to the aid of an injured cyclist while off duty.
St Marys officers recommend colleagues for the peer award, won last year by Constable Daniel Hadley for his high arrest rate, two years after he joined the command as a recruit.
The awards will be expanded this year to recognise efforts in volunteering and administration.
“If you’re happy with anything a St Marys officer has done in the last year, now is the time to give some encouragement,” awards chairman Chris Miller said.
“They don’t get a lot of thanks so any recognition is very much appreciated. The awards are well supported by police management.”
Forms are available at the station in King Street, St Marys or send completed forms to PO Box 10 St Marys 1790.
■ The awards night is on April 15 at St Marys Rugby League Club. Tickets are $35, which includes a meal and entertainment.
Details: Chris Miller, 0417 409 720, rotarystmarys.org.au.
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