Sir Douglas Osmond in 1977 with Senior Management Team
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Back row L to R – Terry Stevens, Force Admin Officer, C/Supt’s Payne (took over ‘F’ Div after Harry Kent retired), Read ‘A’ Div, then ‘O’, then ‘M’, Kemish ‘D’, Morris ‘B’, Gradidge ‘M’ then ‘H’, Middle row L to R, C/Supt’s, Pugh ‘J’ Div, Riley ‘C’, Hodgson ‘L’, Pearce ‘M’ Div, then ‘O’ I believe, Sykes, ‘K’, Kent ‘F’, Front row L to R, C/Supt Saunders ‘H’, J. Wilkins, ACC ‘P’, H. Phillips, DCC, Sir Douglas Osmond, Chief Constable, B. Morrisey, ACC ‘A’, R. Stobart ACC ‘O’ and D/Ch/Supt C. Holdaway.
(First) Hampshire Police Cadets
Who can put names to the faces?
Taken 1968/9 Insp Ray White. Sgt Graham Lewis. Nigel Tribbeck is first cadet in the middle row, next to him is Dave Long.
Peter Long and Paul Stickler at murder scene at Andover in 1993.
PACE Course 10/05/1985. In this photo:
Front row; Keith Middleton ), Mike Adkins , Phil Ramswell , Dave Lydford, David Basson, Colin Peake,
Centre front – Brian Wilkinson”
“I recently found myself looking at one of your history society website photographs, showing the Hampshire Constabulary’s `Police and Criminal Evidence Act` training team, albeit labelled as a `PACE Course`.
The team worked extremely hard to deliver what was arguably the most significant piece of legislation to be introduced into British police law for generations. Everyone attended training, including the chief constable, which was conducted at locations all over the two counties and ran for almost 12 months.” Geoff Cadman
The two Bottom left are wearing riding boots
Gosport police station circa 1960
Roy Shinear left, DC Monty Farrier second right and right DC Charlie Goddard. Anyone know the others?