Bedfordshire Police Special Constabulary thanked during countywide meeting for their commitment and support to the public
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Last Saturday (8 October), Bedfordshire Police Special Constables attended a countywide meeting where Acting Chief Constable Trevor Rodenhurst thanked them for their support and commitment to the public.
Special Constables are truly committed to serving the communities of Bedfordshire. They have provided essential support to the force, averaging 1,900 hours per month of voluntary service to the public of Bedfordshire.
Acting Chief Constable Rodenhurst said: “Special Constables play such an important role in supporting the frontline and other functions within the force. I am extremely grateful for all their commitment and dedication to the communities of Bedfordshire, and their work is invaluable.
“To voluntarily give up 1,900 hours collectively a month to protect the public is truly remarkable and I truly thank them for all that they continue to do.”
Sergeant Suzie Carr added: “It was great to bring together the Special Constabulary for our countywide meeting.
I would like to extend my thanks to them all for their ongoing contribution, and I look forward to continuing to work with them”
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