Havering special constable thanked for years of service
�A special constable was recognised for his long service to the police force.
Special Constable John Giles was presented with an award from the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe at a special awards ceremony recently.
John said “I had a great day and really enjoyed the ceremony and meeting The Commissioner. I have had a terrific career so far and dealt with a wide variety of interesting challenges.
“It was nice to receive some recognition and I hope to carry on for a while yet”
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John has been a member of the Metropolitan Police Special Constabulary for over 30 year.
John has also spent the last eight years working as a Cadet Leader at for the Havering volutary cadet corps.
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PC Matt Ingram , the Volunteer Cadet Coordinator said “I would like to thank John for all his support since I joined Cadets. He is an example to all the other Leaders as well as the Cadets themselves.”