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40589. PC 2564 James Edwards & PC 1445 Harry Marsh
On 13th December 2013, a lady by the name of Linda Carter (65yrs) of Barnard Castle, phoned the office stating that a few months ago she suffered a massive heart attack whilst at home alone. Although she managed to telephone an ambulance, she actually collapsed whilst making the call, obviously making this a time critical emergency. Ambulance staff alerted police that they would not get to this address quickly and requested prompt action from local officers. Two police officers immediately attended; Jim Edwards and Harry Marsh. Linda is in no doubt that if it wasn’t for the prompt, effective and professional manner in which they dealt with the incident she would not be alive today. Seconds after arriving on scene, they managed to enter the house and quickly took control. Linda was by now unconscious and had indeed suffered a heart attack. They both quickly assessed the situation and without hesitation commenced CPR continuing until paramedics arrived on scene. Thanks to the two officers Linda is making a good recovery and looking forward to Christmas. Linda just wanted to thank both officers and says she will be forever grateful and appreciative of them both.
Date: 09:52:17 31/12/13
40557. PC 194 Anthony Richmond & PC 2058 Iain Nelson
Letter of thanks received for going that extra mile with a motorist whilst conducting mass screening for drink drivers:-Dear sir This morning I got stopped for a routine breath test by 2 police motorcyclists. I would like to thank them for pointing out to me that i was sitting far to close to the steering wheel and how dangerous this was. The police officers kindly offered to adjust the steering wheel position for me as I didnt know how to do it. I must admit It felt like a much more comfortable driving position and I didnt have a stiff neck at the end of my shift. Keep up the good work and thanks again. Vivien Chirnside
Date: 09:35:02 31/12/13
40545. PCSO 6543Cheryl Watson & PCSO 6429 Mark Greener.
These officers rescued me when my wheel dropped off on asda roundabout and calmed me down when I was displaying major histrionics. They made me laugh and kept me warm & didnt even mind missing their lunch break to stay with me even though they were starving hungry. The best thing of all is theyve totally changed my whole opinion on the boys & girls in blue. They are absolute super stars.
Date: 09:29:49 31/12/13
40541. PC 197 Alistair Henry, PCSO 6884 Theresa Moore & PCSO 7515 Carl Blenkinsop
Since June 2013 till 6th December 2013 we have had problems with two separate households where we live. Eventualy the team have been able to get rid of them,if the WOW people look at the records they will know what we have had to put up with.I would also like to include PC Alister Henry and PCSO Tess Moore for this award as all three of these chaps! have been the constant attending officers.
Date: 09:21:54 31/12/13
40535. PCSO 7425 Victoria Ord & Sgt 993 David Clarke
A lot of people never hear the other side of policing. I would like to share with you, my experience. I am a community volunteer and also a Nieghbourhood Watch member. Pc Viki Ord is always on hand with advice and also sends other information which may be useful to people or community groups such as ideas or links that may inspire people as well as crime prevention. Because of one of her links, it inspired me to create a Royal Garden. Back in April (24th) 2013 this Royal Garden was official opened up by HRH Prince Phillip. On the day many officers from her team and consett police were on operational duty.Sgt Dave Clark and his team is based at South Moor Police Station, his team recently worked with two schools to spruce up the outside grounds of the police station, adding color and forming relationships with the younger generation and wider community. After the children were finished planting the police provided treats and soft drinks and a little gift. The fact that the youngsters and the police braved the cold as the planting was carried out November 15th 2013, in which their photo was taken and reported by the Northern Echo showed a positive way of Policing and community involvementIt is for this reason I nominate these two officers, for their outstanding commitment to the communities they serve.
Date: 09:11:42 31/12/13
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
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