Bruce Earl MAGEE
Late of Windradyne ( Bathurst ), NSW
NSW Police Academy Redfern – Class 110
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 12500
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 3 April 1967
Constable – appointed 3 April 1968
Senior Constable – appointed 3 April 1976
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 27 December 1982
Sergeant 2nd Class – Retirement
Stations: Police Trainee – 20 February – 2 April 1967
Randwick GD’s – 3 April 1967 – 11 March 1971
C.I. Duties – 12 March 1971 – 23 April 1983
Licencing – Redfern Police Stn – 24 April 1983 – 10 March 1984
Instructor – NSWPF Academy, Goulburn – 11 March 1984 – 20 April 1989
Bathurst GD’s – 21 April 1989 – 19 April 1993
Parramatta ( 1970’s ), Blacktown Detectives ( 1976 ), Fairfield Detectives ( late 1970’s )
Service: From 20 February 1967 to 19 April 1993 = 26+ years Service
Awards: National Medal – granted 22 April 1983 ( Det SenCon )
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 30 April 1993
Born: Thursday 11 September 1947
Died on: Monday 5 March 2018 @ 1.13am
Age: 70yrs 5mths 22days
Event location: Bathurst Base Hospital
Event date: Monday 5 March 2018 @ 1.13am
Funeral date: ? ? ? ( the funeral will be a “private family” funeral but there will be a Memorial Service at a latter date – TBA )
Funeral location: ?, “probably” Bathurst Anglican Church, 3 Church St, Bathurst where he was a member
Buried at: ?
Memorial located at: ?
BRUCE is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance *NEED MORE INFO
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May they forever Rest In Peace
There will be a private funeral, and there is to be a Memorial Service at a later date, that date will be advised when it is known.
A tribute to a special friend Sergeant Bruce Magee
The generosity of ones wisdom, is a statement of kindness, never surpassed in the history of time. When one of patience and understanding, pauses to advise and direct young people, and point them in the right direction, its a true sign of humility and caring. Over the years this man has nurtured the careers of hundreds of young Police Officers, at the Goulburn Police Academy, and on behalf of these Police Officers, serving and retired, we say thank you for your interest, for your patience, and your guidance and your friendship and your knowledge; and for just being the man you are. Yes Bruce Magee, you have made a difference in the lives of many of these young Trainees at the Academy, always encouraging them daily to reach beyond their goals, and to strive to be respected, and to be a competent Police Officer, within your community. I thank you Sir, and salute you for your fine Service.
Bruce attending as a special guest at the Police Academy ten year reunion in 1994.