Members of the public who helped to save lives and officers who have given decades of public service were among those recognised at a Lincolnshire Police awards ceremony.
Opening the event at Lincolnshire Police headquarters in Nettleham on Wednesday, September 12, Chief Constable Bill Skelly said: “We are here tonight to recognise the outstanding achievements of police officers, police staff and members of the public.”
The full list of recipients and their awards, as well as a link to citations, are as follows:
Royal Humane Society Testimonials on Vellum: Adam Carter, Guy Taylor.
Royal Humane Society Certificate of Commendation: Martin Keene.
Royal Humane Society Resuscitation Certificate: Wendy Aspinall, Constable Robert Bentley, Detective Constable Georgia McCormack, James Nessa, Constable Billy Spencer-Kidd, Stephanie Barrett, Ellie Lane, Darren Peace, Lisa Rundle, Michelle Tyler.
Certificates of Chief Constable’s Commendation and Royal Humane Society Resuscitation Certificate: Constable David Doe, Constable Tim Farmer.
Certificate of Chief Constable’s Commendation: Detective Constable Samantha Baker.
Long Service – 30 years: Richard Burge.
Long Service – 20 years: Sally Picker.
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal: Special Sergeant Peter Charles.
Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medals: Constable Joanne Pescador-Smith, Constable David Sharpe.
Awards were presented by Ian Walter, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire. The event was also attended by the Deputy Police Crime and Commissioner, Stuart Tweedale.