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North Division Officers Receive Awards at Ceremony in Wick

Issued: 30 Nov 2010

Police Officers from North Division received awards at a ceremony at Wick Police Station last week.

A total of 18 officers gained awards for long service, academic achievements and commendation for their efforts at a incident or event at the ceremony which took place last Thursday evening (25 November 2010).

Seven officers received their long service medals for completing between 20 and 22 years service, two gained their awards for academic qualification and a remaining nine were commended for their commitment to the service.

The commended awards were given for a range of reasons, from two officer's bravery at an incident, to others dedication and hard work gathering evidence in a large scale fraud.

Divisional Commander, Superintendent Julian Innes praised: "I would like to congratulate all the officers who gained awards at the ceremony last week.

"Although gained for a number of different reasons, ultimately it has come down to each officers hard work and commitment to the service, working to make the North Division a safer place to live and work."

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