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National Police Officers Roll of Honour

Honouring and Remembering British Police Officers who Lost their Lives in the Line of Duty

2013

ROLL OF HONOUR

Honouring Police Officers who
have been killed, or died as a result
of injuries received, in consequence
of the execution of their duty.

Book of Remembrance

IN REMEMBRANCE

Remembering Police Officers who
have otherwise died, on or in
connection with their duty, or
whilst serving overseas.


ROLL OF HONOUR


Anthony Collins

Constable, aged 43

Kirsty Nelis

Constable, aged 36

David Traill

Captain, aged 51

Police Scotland

Died 29 November 2013

The two Police Air Support Unit crew and their pilot, together with seven persons on the ground, were killed or fatally injured, when their police service helicopter crashed through the roof of a public house late at night in Glasgow.

 Tony and Kirsty worked as Helicopter Observers on the Operations
Support Division; both had been previously commended for bravery.
Dave, a former Royal Air Force Helicopter Pilot, was part of the Police Scotland team contracted from Bond Air Services. 

Tony is survived by his wife, three sons aged 19, 12 and 6 years, and his parents.

Kirsty is survived by her husband, a serving officer, her parents and brother.

Dave is survived by his fiancée and his father.


Andrew Duncan

Andrew Duncan

Police Constable

Metropolitan Police

Died 22 September 2013, aged 47

Metropolitan Police Crest

Died of serious injuries received in the early hours of 20th September, while engaged on foot on a speed enforcement operation at Sutton, when attempting to stop a car he was struck by the vehicle which failed to stop for his signal.

A man, aged 25, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

Andy had 23 years police service including 7 years on a Territorial Support Group and for 9 years served as a Traffic Officer on the South-West Traffic Unit at Merton.

He is survived by his wife, son and daughter, parents and family.


Steven rawson

Steven Rawson

Police Constable

Hampshire Constabulary

Died 3 April 2013, aged 40

Hampshire Constabulary

Died following a collision between his unmarked police motorcycle and a car while on plain clothes duty during the afternoon at Swaythling, Southampton.

Steve joined the Constabulary in 1996 as a police staff member working in the Force Control Room before his appointment as a Constable in March 2003; since 2007 he worked within the force's Serious Crime Directorate, based at Fareham.

He is survived by his wife and two children aged 4 years and seven months;
his mother and his brother and sister.


Philippa Reynolds

Philippa Reynolds

Constable

Police Service of Northern Ireland

Died 9 February 2013, aged 27

Police Service of Northern Ireland

Killed in a road collision while on routine patrol in Londonderry during the early hours when the unmarked police car in which she was a passenger was struck by a stolen vehicle; two other officers in the police car were injured.

Two men have been arrested and charged, one with causing death by dangerous driving, both with aggravated vehicle taking causing death and other offences.

Philippa, a former teacher, had just two years service with the PSNI and was a member of the Response Section stationed at Strand Road Police Station, Derry.

She is survived by her parents and two older sisters.


Andrew Bramma

Andrew Bramma

Police Constable

North Yorkshire Police

Died 5 January 2013, aged 32

North Yorkshire Police badge

Killed whilst responding to an emergency call of a reported road accident during the early evening when the police patrol van he was driving left the road and collided with a tree at West Tanfield near Ripon.

Andrew had joined Greater Manchester Police in October 2008 working as a Response Officer at Rochdale Division, transferring in August 2012 to North Yorkshire where he was a member of the Harrogate Safer Neighbourhood Team.

He is survived by his wife and their two young sons, his parents and brother.


IN REMEMBRANCE


Adrian Grew

Adrian Grew

Detective Constable

Kent Police

Died 9 December 2013, aged 32

Kent Police badge

Whilst travelling home from duty he lost control of his car on the A21 at Lamberhurst, collided with a bus, and died at the scene from multiple injuries.

Adrian had recently joined the Serious Organised Crime Unit, having previously served for several years as a  Detective with the C.I.D. at Tonbridge Police Station.

He was survived by his wife and baby son.


Shazahan Wadud

Shazahan Wadud

Police Constable

Metropolitan Police

Died 8 September 2013, aged 29

Metropolitan Police Crest

Died from multiple injuries when a car was in collision with his motorcycle at Wanstead, East London, whilst travelling to report for night duty at Limehouse.

A man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and bailed.

Shazahan, a former staff member with 6 years police service, worked as a Response Team Officer based at Limehouse Police Station in Tower Hamlets Borough.

He was survived by his partner and family.


Ian Harman

Ian Harman

Police Sergeant

Metropolitan Police

Died 3 May 2013, aged 47

Metropolitan Police Crest

Collapsed and died at his desk whilst on duty at Morden Police Office where he was the supervisor of Merton Park Safer Neighbourhoods Team.

Ian had 24 years police service, the last five at Merton Borough where he received a Commanders Commendation  for his good work in the arrest of a wanted murderer.

He is survived by his two sons aged 12 and 10 years.


Bruce Stevenson

Bruce Stevenson

Police Constable

Derbyshire Constabulary

Died 7 January 2013, aged 47

Derbyshire Constabulary badge

Collapsed whilst on duty at Cotton Lane police station in Derby and despite the efforts of his colleagues to try and resuscitate him he died.

Bruce had served with the Constabulary for 11 years.

He is survived by his wife and family.


LEST WE FORGET


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