Police get eSTEAMed recognition
Swindon officers receive awards for community work
Wiltshire Police last night held one of their quarterly awards ceremonies aimed at recognising officers dedication, professionalism and commitment to their work in Swindon.
The Awards, held at the Sir Daniel Gooch Theatre at the Steam Museum, recognised 20 individuals and their contribution to the Police.
Swindon Police officers and community workers at the award ceremony at the STEAM Museum
Special guests included the Mayor of Swindon and the Evening Advertiser Editor David King who presented the awards.
Individual officers and groups were awarded for their work on operations in and around Swindon and other projects aimed at building better links between the Police and the Community.
One such award went to the Swindon Licensing Officer PC Louis McCoy for his work getting Pubwatch online and developing the old town/new town Pubwatch scheme.
Other projects that were recognised included the Swindon Junior Good Citizen Scheme, the Safer Schools Partnership and a 5-a-side youth initiative to help reduce anti-social behavior in youngsters.
Wiltshire Police Award Ceremony Picture Gallery
photos by Kris Talikowski