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40514. PC 2506 Lisa Saul
Lisa recently dealt with an assault with two juveniles. The ip suffered a swollen nose and a cut to the top lip. As it happens the mother of the IP was a serving officer from another force.The IPs mother wrote a very nice letter of appreciation via her supervision. This letter has been read by senior officers from both forces. It makes comment on the profesional and sympathetic way in which she dealt with her son.Attributes of Lisa that I am well aware of. Lisa always in my opinion goes that one step further in her duties and I feel that she is a valid candidate for a WOW awrd.
Date: 09:00:36 31/12/13
40503. PC 1445 Harry Marsh
PC Marsh is a very approachable, intelligent officer who has been a tremendous support to us with recent issues associated with our daughter and granddaughter. Constable Marsh (and the whole of the Barnard Castle Force) have always made time for us despite having some recent labour intensive investigations that have been very time consuming for a resource restricted force. We cant praise PC Marsh and his colleagues enough.
Date: 08:57:34 31/12/13
40295. PCSO 7355 Andrew Cusick
I would like to nominate Andrew Cusick for the help and assistance he gives our community which is above and beyond his role in an area overtaken with crime and drugs. He is passionate about the people and the area even in such a difficult policing time in Darlington with deaths of very young persons to investigate we can contact him and he will help with our concerns and is a brilliant pact officer from the young to the old we all know Andy and know he is doing his best for us
Date: 11:19:19 29/11/13
40289. PCSO 6326 Ian Feldon & PCSO 6899 Mark Peacock
I would like to nominate Ian and Mark for the help and advice they have given me on previous anti -social behaviour. I feel reassured and confident that they will give help and support if needed in the future .I now think of Ian and Mark as friends, not just someone in a uniform. Good luck to them both on this nomination, they deserve it.
Date: 11:15:46 29/11/13
40263. PCSO 7095 Brian Donnelly
On behalf of my aunt, Mrs Wilma Jordan, I would like to nominate PCSO Brian Donnelly for a WOW award. My aunts dog went missing from her home address several weeks ago. This has been a particularly upsettiing time for her and PCSO Donnelly has gone out of his way to help my aunt; providing updates and support and has been a great comfort to her. Sadly the dog was found dead and PCSO Donnelly ensured that he delivered the sad message to my aunt. This helped to make a distressing time less harrowing for my aunt. Thank you for the care and support given to my aunt.
Date: 11:13:15 29/11/13
40043. DC 1162 Ian Banham
DC Banham got involved in a burglary, which happened at my home on 10th May, 2013. The cleaner who was employed for my mum, who is partially disabled, stole £1,300 over a period of time, plus a mobile phone and several pieces of jewelry. He went to the cleaners employer, to find where she lived, arrested her and found some of the stolen money still on her person on the 11th of May when he came back on duty. If he had not got involved and dedicated himself to finding the cleaner and arresting her, then I could not have proved that she stole the money and she may well have been free to steal from other vunerable people. My mum will not have another cleaner now and it has and did affect her greatly.
Date: 11:10:41 29/11/13
40033. PCSO 6642 Christine O Brien
I Have dealt with Chris for a few months she is so professional always does the best of her ability. I was going to be made homeless and she contacted landlords on my behalf. I call that going beyond her job so I would like her to be nominated.
Date: 11:04:41 29/11/13
40026. PC 735 Bridget Westerman
My company recently suffered a diesel theft from one of our vehicles. On the 29/10/2013 PC Westerman attended our site. On arrival she asked for as much detail as we could give her. She then thoroughly searched the area where the incident took place (which was like a swamp)checking fences,exits etc. Our on site security had to say the least been poor and off her own back PC Westerman spoke to our security on our behalf about the weaknesses and proceeded to organise a meeting between ourselves, the security company and the police to iron out the problems. I thought this was the end of her involvement but the following day she returned with a bottle of dye to put into our diesel tank which would identify our diesel should anybody be caught with it. I decided to contact you as I feel that the officer went above and beyond the level of service I was expecting and deserved recognition for it.
Date: 10:56:07 29/11/13
40020. PCSO 6047 Sam Stephenson
I am the housing officer for Spennymoor with Home Group. Part of my role is to work in partnership with local agencies & the Police. Ever since I introduced myself to Sam she has been nothing but professional & helpful. Working along side her to make my estates a better place for my customers to live. She has always been a great support , working along side my ASB team also. Sam is an asset to the constabulary & I think she should receive some recognition
Date: 10:50:20 29/11/13
39791. DC 381 Richard Klein, DC 2427 Antony Kent, PC 1833 Geoffrey Moore & CSI 5962 Kevin Askew
I have already emailed my thanks and commendations but thought Id support this with a WOW Award nomination. The officers involved (DC Klein, DC Kent, PC Moore and the CSI Askew were excellent in every respect (communication, supportive manner, care and concern, consummate professionalism). They are an absolute credit to the force.
Date: 12:23:10 30/10/13
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