Achievements of nearly 40 long-serving Suffolk police officers to be recognised at award ceremony
Hard-working and long-serving police officers, most of whom have served in Suffolk for more than two decades, are to receive awards at a special ceremony tomorrow.
Police officers, police staff and specials are among those who will get medals for long service from Baron Tollemache, the Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.
Also attending the ceremony for the 38 Suffolk Police employees will be chief constable Douglas Paxton, deputy chief constable Paul Marshall, assistant chief officer Philip Clayton, and police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore.
Fourteen of the 30 police officers to receive the medals for long service are police constables, while other recipients range from sergeants to detective inspectors.
The ceremony will take place at 2pm at Suffolk Constabulary Headquarters, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich.
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