Adrian Francis DANSLOW

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Adrian Francis DANSLOW

AKA  Ace,  Adrian Damnslow

Late of North Nowra, NSW

Possibly related to Paulette DANSLOW nee SMITH, NSWPF # 35070 from Shoalhaven  

 

NSW Police Training Centre – Redfern –  Class #  121 

 

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  13974

 

Service:  From 27 October 1969   to   ? ? ? ? years Service ? ? ?

 

Rank:  Commenced Training at Redfern Police Academy on Monday  27 October 1969 ( aged 19 years, 10 days )

Probationary Constable- appointed Monday  8 December 1969 ( aged 19 years, 1 month, 21 days )

Constable – appointed 8 January 1971 ( loss of 1 month Seniority )( aged

Constable 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?

Detective – appointed ? ? ?

Senior Constable – appointed 8 January 1979  

Leading Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ? ( N/A )

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 2 April 1988

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ?

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed ? ? ? 

 

Final Rank = Sergeant ?/Class 

 

Stations?, Central Police Stn ( 1 Division )( Inner City Cycle Patrol )( 1970s ), North Sydney STP ( 1970s ), ?,  Canterbury HWP ( mid 1970s – early 1980s ), Shoalhaven ( Nowra ) HWP – Retirement

 

Retirement / Leaving age: = ?

Time in Retirement from Police: ?

 

Awards:  National Medal – granted 10 September 1986 ( SenCon )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 8 November 1995 ( Sgt )

 

 Born:  Tuesday  17 October 1951 

Died on:  Wednesday  31 March 2021

Age:  70 years, 5 months, 14 days

 

Cause?

Event location:   ?

Event date ?

 

Funeral date:  Thursday  8 April 2021 @ 11am 

Funeral location:  Kiama Presbyterian Church,  

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Funeral Parlour: ?

Buried at: ?

 

Memorial / Plaque / Monument located at: ?

Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( April 2021 )

Adrian DANSLOW - 2017

 

ADRIAN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance  *NEED MORE INFO


 

FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.

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May they forever Rest In Peace

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DANSLOW
Adrian Francis

DANSLOW, ADRIAN FRANCIS
17th October 1950 – 31st March 2021

Late of North Nowra

Cherished Husband of Leone.

Much loved Father of Craig, Darren and Bradley.

Treasured Father-in-law of Bernadette, Melissa and Stacey.

Adored Poppy of his 13 grandchildren.

Aged 70 years.

 

A TRUE GENTLEMAN

 

A Funeral Service will be held at Kiama Presbyterian Church, Thursday 8th April 2021, commencing at 11am.

COVID-19 attendance limits apply to this Service.

 

I’m sorry to hear of Adrian’s passing.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this sad time.
Joan Hoare
Joan Hoare 1 week ago

 

 

Thinking of you all today

We remember a kind lovely friend to us

Love Wendy & Tony

Wendy & Tony Barton 1 week ago

 

We were deeply saddened to hear of Adrian’s passing.

Always had a smile and the time to stop for a chat.

Our sincere condolences to Leone and the family.

Definitely a true gentleman.

Ron & Cheri Croker 1 week ago

 

Adrian Francis DANSLOW Death Notice – | South Coast Register

 


 

A bloody lovely bloke whom I remember from Nowra.

 

Cal

17 April 2021


 

North Nowra’s search for the missing link

A CONSULTANT company, now known as Halliburton KBR Pty Ltd was commissioned by Shoalhaven City Council in June 2001 to examine options for a Bomaderry/North Nowra link road.

The initial study in 1995 examined five options, two of which were east of the existing West Cambewarra Road, and one utilising the existing West Cambewarra Road alignment.

That study found the West Cambewarra options would not measurably ease the traffic on Illaroo Road.

Councillor Jane Bange has been lobbying for council to develop the existing road reserve, or adopt an option which would be west of the existing West Cambewarra Road.

The main stumbling block against using the existing road reserve, is that the RTA has indicated it would not approve another road feeding into the roundabout at Glendon Motors.

The current study is on hold, waiting for traffic modelling in connection with council’s Nowra/Bomaderry structure plan to be completed.

Bolong road overpass

WHILE the debate raged over where a link should be established between Bomaderry and North Nowra, a traffic policeman came up with a scheme in 1999 to relieve traffic congestion at the Shoalhaven River bridge.

Sergeant Adrian Danslow‘s idea involved an overpass link between Bolong Road and Illaroo Road.

“This would allow the complete removal of traffic lights at the Princes Highway and Illaroo Road intersection, and alleviate the constant stopping and queuing problem” he said.

“Such a construction would mean all pylon supports would be on dry land and not on the river bed, reducing the cost.

However, Shoalhaven City Council’s city services manager, Barry Russell said the suggestion would not solve the problem of increased traffic on Illaroo Road.

“The original link road was aimed at reducing traffic at the Illaroo Road/Princes Highway intersection, and along Illaroo Road,” he said.

Third River crossing

SHOALHAVEN City Mayor Greg Watson believes the RTA should urgently look at constructing a third crossing of the Shoalhaven River.

“The plans the RTA have at the moment are for a complete bypass of Nowra, and that’s 40 years away, and you would be looking at spending $60 to $100 million,” Cr Watson said.

“And a bypass of the town would not solve the traffic problems in North Nowra.

“What we need to be looking at is a bridge to the west of the new bridge.

“That way the two pavements could be merged, and it would be easy to dedicate two lanes to Illaroo Road traffic, removing it from the highway traffic.

“That way you could remove the traffic lights at Illaroo Road.

“The existing bridges carry 46,000 vehicles a day, and capacity is fast running out.

“I wouldn’t suggest placing the additional bridge to the east of the existing structures.

“The acquisition cost of land in the area would be horrendous.”

Illaroo Road’s 15,300 cars a day

STATISTICALLY speaking, Illaroo Road has been carrying far in excess of the recommended traffic load for a residential street.

At last count, in June this year, 15,300 cars used the road every day.

According to the studies done by Mitchell McCotter back in 1995, by 2011 Illaroo Road is expected to be carrying 25,573 vehicles a day.

Again, according to Mitchell McCotter, this figure would only be reduced by about 5000 vehicles a day if any of the West Cambewarra Road options are adopted.

However, an estimate of accidents per million vehicle kilometres in 2011 shows that the West Cambewarra Road options would significantly reduce accident rates from 10.6 if no link is established down to 7.86.

Back in 1995, it was estimated that the West Cambewarra Road options would cost from $5.8 million to $7.7 million, whereas the Shoalhaven City Council preferred route, Narang Road to Pitt Street, North Nowra, would have cost from $4.8 to $7.7 million.

North Nowra’s search for the missing link | South Coast Register | Nowra, NSW


Former local police officers (from left) Bob Williamson, Ron Akhurst, Adrian Danslow and Steve Jones catch up during Retired Police Officers Day.
Former local police officers (from left) Bob Williamson, Ron Akhurst, Adrian Danslow and Steve Jones catch up during Retired Police Officers Day.
Former Shoalhaven police and now retired officers at the local Retired Police Officers Day with Shoalhaven Local Area Command Acting Superintendent Joe Thone (far right) Ron Akhurst, Nev Whalan, Bob Groensten, Jack Thoroughgood, John Rudd, Bryant Smith, Ron Cox, Mick Rigg, Jayne Hewitt, Doug McLeod, Adrian Danslow, Bob Hutchison, Steve Jones, Bob Williamson and John Crockett.
Former Shoalhaven police and now retired officers at the local Retired Police Officers Day with Shoalhaven Local Area Command Acting Superintendent Joe Thone (far right) Ron Akhurst, Nev Whalan, Bob Groensten, Jack Thoroughgood, John Rudd, Bryant Smith, Ron Cox, Mick Rigg, Jayne Hewitt, Doug McLeod, Adrian Danslow, Bob Hutchison, Steve Jones, Bob Williamson and John Crockett.

 

September 8 2017 – 1:54PM
Retired Police Officers Day honours those who have served
Robert Crawford

Shoalhaven Local Area Command Acting Superintendent Joe Thone has paid credit to former officers on Retired Police Officers Day, saying they had set the platform for the future.

Retired officers from across the Shoalhaven were honoured on Thursday as part of the special event.

Fifteen former officers took part in the day, designed to acknowledge and recognise the efforts of former officers.

“It is important we recognise the great work each of you have done for our organisation and the contribution and service to the people of NSW,” Acting Superintendent Thone said.
“

We honour your contribution and sacrifice and ongoing legacy of our retired NSW Police officers.

“Policing is a dangerous profession, and the risk taken by all our officers as they serve the community daily comes with inherent danger.

“Some of our fellow officers have unfortunately paid the ultimate price with significant injury and loss of life.

“This loss is a reminder of the sacrifice of all of our officers, both sworn and unsworn.”

You set the platform for the future.

Shoalhaven Local Area Command Acting Superintendent Joe Thone.

Acting Superintendent Thone said it didn’t matter what duties officers performed, they had all contributed to making NSW police one of the most progressive and modern law enforcement agencies in the world.
“

That connection will never leave you,” he said. “We that remain, and those whom are beginning their police careers are honoured to continue

Retired Police Officers Day honours those who have served | South Coast Register | Nowra, NSW


 

I worked with Adrian at the STP North Sydney in the 70s.
His affectionate nickname in those days was Adrian Damnslow.
I didn’t see him from those days until I saw him again at the last Retired HWP/Traffic at Huntingwood and we had a chance to talk over old memories.
Rest In Peace Adrian my friend…

17 April 2021

NSW HWP & Traffic FB Group


 

 

 

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So very sorry to hear of Adrian’s passing. My thoughts are with Leone and the rest of the family. I will always remember him as a gentleman who did a lot to help me join the Police.

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