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Russell Joseph PERKINS

Russell Joseph PERKINS

AKA Russ

Late of Woongarrah, NSW

 

ACT Academy Class #  3/1974

ACT Police Force

Regd. #  740

Rank:  Commenced Training with Class 3/1974 on 3 June 1974

Probationary Constable – appointed 29 November 1974

 

Foundation member of AFP – Commencing 19 October 1979

AFP Regd. # 968

 

Final Rank = Senior Constable – Retired – HOD ( Injuries )

 

Stations:  City, Belconnen, Woden, Process Section, Water Police & Operations, GDs & CIB

Informally recognised for his skills on the radio & managing in a crisis

Service:  From 3 June 1974 ( ACT) & 1979 ( AFP – Foundation Day )  to 19 July 1983 ( Retired HOD ) =  9+ years Service

Awards: National Medal – granted 5 February 1999 ( Senior Deputy Captain )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 24 October 2000 ( Volunteer Fire Fighter )

National Police Service Medal – granted 15 October 2015

Born: Tuesday  27 March 1951 at Parkes Hospital, NSW

Died on Tuesday 29 October 2019 @ 11.45am in Gosford Hospital, NSW

Age: 68yrs  7mths  2days

CauseStroke ( on 121019 ) & Brain Haemorrhage ( on 251019 )

Event location: Wyong Hospital, NSW

Event date: Tuesday 29 October 2019 @ 9.30am

Funeral date: Monday 4 November 2019 @ 3pm

Funeral location: Lakes Anglican Church, 274 Wallarah Rd, Kanwal, NSW

Wake location:  Lakes Anglican Church

Funeral Parlour: Bowden Family Funerals,

Buried at: Cremated ( final resting place to be determined )

Memorial located at: ?

 

Robyn Perkins & Russell Joseph PERKINS National Police Service Medal - 15 November 2015
Robyn Perkins & Russell Joseph PERKINS National Police Service Medal – 15 November 2015

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Our deepest condolences to Wife – Robyn, their two adult daughters and four grandchildren.

May Russell forever Rest In Peace.

 

 

Cal

 

Robyn Perkins & Russell Joseph PERKINS Together 42 years
Robyn Perkins & Russell Joseph PERKINS Together 42 years

 

Russell Joseph PERKINS

Russell Joseph PERKINS
Russell Joseph PERKINS

 

 

Russell Joseph PERKINS
Photos courtesy of Robyn Perkins

 

Russell Joseph PERKINS

Russell Joseph PERKINS
Russell with his daughters – Deb & Karen ( 1974 )

 

Graduation Day - Class 3/1974
Graduation Day – Class 3/1974

 

Russ & Robyn with Deb & Karen ( 2019 )
Russ & Robyn with Deb & Karen ( 2019 )

 

Russ 'Kambag'

Robyn & Russ - Engagement - 1976
Robyn & Russ – Engagement – 1976

 

Robyn & Russ - Wedding - August 1976
Robyn & Russ – Wedding – August 1976

 

 

 

 


 

Russell was also one of the Foundation Members of the AFP Former Members Association and a foundation member of the ex AFP facebook Group.


 

 

 

 




Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

AKA  SPONGE

Late of Gold Coast, Qld

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class #  131

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  15310

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 19 June 1972

Constable 1st Class – appointed 19 June 1977

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 31 December 1987

Inspector – appointed ? July 1994 ( OIC Moorebank Patrol )

Final Rank = Inspector

Stations?, Liverpool ( from 18 Sept. 1973 – ? ), Ingleburn when there were only 11 police there.  He obtained his nickname “Sponge” at Ingleburn,

Four Wheels ( 18 months ), Campbelltown ( 1982 ), Moorebank, Milperra, Macquarie Field, Liverpool Licencing ( 22 Division ),

Burwood Licencing ( 2 years ) – when Licencing was disbanded – Denis went back to GDs,

Eagle Vale ( 35 Division ) – Denis was responsible to oversee the opening of Eagle Vale – which began operations on 15 October 1996.  Half of the 30 officers at Eagle Vale were from the Macarthur area.  The ‘Official Opening’ was 22 November 1996.  ( see photo below )  He worked 16 years in the Macarthur area.

Denis was in the 2nd group of Tactical Response Group training Class 2/1981 – from 24 Aug – 19 Sept 1981.  ( see photo below )

Denis graduated from University to continue his career in a Commanders position.

Patrol Commander – Moorebank Patrol ( O.I.C. ), McArthur District – Ingleburn, Liverpool ( 22 Division ) – Retirement

Service:  From ? ? pre June 1972  to 17 September 1998 =  26+ years Service

Awards National Medal – granted 7 November 1988 ( SenCon )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 20 November 1998 ( Insp )

Born: Wednesday  8 September 1943

Died on: Tuesday  3 September 2019

Age: 75 yrs 11 mths 26 days

Cause: Cerebral Haemorrhage ( mowing his lawn )

Event location: Home – Gold Coast, Qld

Event date:  Tuesday  3 September 2019

Funeral date:  Wednesday  11 September 2019 @ 11am

Funeral location:  Southport Church of Christ, 1 Griffith St, Southport, Qld

Wake location91 Currey Road, WONGAWALLAN, Qld

Funeral Parlour: TBA

Buried at: TBA

Memorial located at: TBA

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Denis Walter CHALKER

Tactical Response Group Class 2 / 1981 24 July - 18 September 1981 Back Row ( L - R ): J. BAILLIE, C. PERKINS, P. CHAPLIN, P. COOKE, J. WALTON, I. SANDAY, J. KING, J. TURNER, B. ELLITOO, B. STRICKLAND, G. MIDDLEMISS, SGT 2/C D. FERGUSON ( INSTRUCTOR ) Middle Row: J. FRENCH, T. PULTON, DET SGT B. NELSON, D. CHALKER, R. COWLEY, B. SMITH, J. AITKEN, A. THOMPSON, B. McALISTER, J. GRIBBLE, G. WOLOW, D. WICK, K. HONEYBROOK, W. SKINNER, G. RYAN, DET SGT K. WEBSTER, B. LEWIS, G. CONNOLLY Front Row: SGT 1/C K. DUNLOP, INSP. J. HARDING, DET INSP D. LEACH, SUPT A. GRAHAM, SEN SUPT J. McNEILL, SEN INSP D. KNIGHT, INSP NUGENT, INSP CREACH, INSP McAWAY, SGT 1/C C. DEVINE Absent: M. RATTENBURY
Tactical Response Group Class 2 / 1981 24 July – 18 September 1981 Back Row ( L – R ): J. BAILLIE, C. PERKINS, P. CHAPLIN, P. COOKE, J. WALTON, I. SANDAY, J. KING, J. TURNER, B. ELLIOTT, B. STRICKLAND, G. MIDDLEMISS, SGT 2/C D. FERGUSON ( INSTRUCTOR ) Middle Row: J. FRENCH, Tom LUPTON, DET SGT B. NELSON, D. CHALKER, R. COWLEY, B. SMITH, J. AITKEN, A. THOMPSON, B. McALISTER, J. GRIBBLE, G. WOLOW, D. WICK, K. HONEYBROOK, W. SKINNER, G. RYAN, DET SGT K. WEBSTER, Barry LEWIS, G. CONNOLLY        Front Row: SGT 1/C K. DUNLOP, INSP. J. HARDING, DET INSP D. LEACH, SUPT Angus GRAHAM, SEN SUPT J. McNEILL, SEN INSP D. KNIGHT, INSP NUGENT, INSP CREACH, INSP McAWAY, SGT 1/C C. DEVINE    Absent: M. RATTENBURY

Denis Walter CHALKER Service boost ... Inspector Dennis Chalker cecks building work at the new Eagle Vale Police Station.Model for policing

Official opening of Eagle Vale station 22 11 1996
Official opening of Eagle Vale station 22 11 1996

 

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Denis collapsed from a Cerebral Haemorrhage, at home, whilst mowing his lawn.

 

 


25 October 1989
Moorebank Police Patrol.

It commenced with the appointment of an Inspector and 18 Police, transferred from the Liverpool Patrol.

Originally, Moorebank Patrol had no established station (building) and the Department attempted (unsuccessfully) to operate it from Liverpool Police Station. As this was proving unsuccessful, they leased 29 and 31 Derna Road, Holsworthy. Here the NSW Police opened the Moorebank Police Station, covering the suburbs of – Moorebank, Holsworthy, Hammondville, Sandy Point, Voyager Point, Chipping Norton, and the Army Camp, which were previously under Liverpool Police.

Its first Commander was Inspector Fred Brame, the Patrol Tactician Senior Sergeant Leslie Wales, with Christine Touchard, the Personal Assistant.

Insp Brame, upon promotion moved on. He was replaced by Detective Acting Inspector R. Myers, until he was promoted and moved on.

Detective Acting Inspector Allan Tayler then relieved in this position for a short period.

Acting Inspector Denis Chalker then relieved in the position for about 6 months, while the position was advertised.

Denis Chalker was then appointed to the rank of Inspector (7/1994) and appointed Commander of the Moorebank Patrol.

Upon the promotion and transfer of Leslie Wales, in 4/1994,
Detective Senior Sergeant John Stanioch was appointed Patrol Tactician.

Stanioch was promoted to Inspector in March, 1995, which resulted in his transfer to the Macarthur District Office as the Staff Officer – Operations and Intelligence.

Some of the staff attached to Moorebank were Mark Pulford; Nick Bingham; Michael Kennedy; Jason Hyatt; Paul Carlton; Peter Walsh; Graham Rea; Mark Deller; Brian Hughes; Terry Cullen; Gary Heskett; Annette Wheatley; Neville Ticehurst; Christina O’Hagan; Alan McPherson; Rod Hay; Pat Paroz; Shane Green; Rob Gleeson; Deanne Abbott; Matt Newton; Akos Lukas; Michael Masterson; David Gray; Brian Bain; Fiona Jackson; and Maureen Kennedy was the senior Public Servant, assisted by Wendy Aitchison.

Then in 1995, the “I” District Commander (later renamed Macarthur District) Chief Superintendent Phil Hopkins recalled the Detectives back to Liverpool Police Station and within the next 18 months, the Moorebank Police Station was closed and all staff returned to Liverpool and other locations.

Rental Lease was $15,600 per annum on the two buildings that police occupied.

Source: NSW Police Annual Report 1989-1990 and NSW Police Service Annual Report 1990-1991.

Cited: Liverpool ( NSW ) Police Time Line ( 1788 – 2016 ) p 336


 

September 1998:

Liverpool Police Inspector Denis. W. Chalker retires from the New South Wales Police Force, while attached to Liverpool, after 26 years of service.

He was sworn-in in June, 1972. During his career he worked at Liverpool on three different periods. The first from July, 1973 to July, 1974, on General Duties, then August 1986 to September, 1990 in the Licensing Section.

During this period Inspector Chalker was involved in the high
profile case of the 10 day sequestration of Paul Galea’s Egg Farm at Prestons, which drew national media attention as the court case continued for many years. Then he returned to Liverpool as a Duty Officer from July, 1997 to September, 1998.

Upon retirement, he formed a ‘Handyman’ business and was involved in retail.

Source: New South Wales Police News Magazine. December, 1998 and Denis Chalker.

Cited: Liverpool ( NSW ) Police Time Line ( 1788 – 2016 ) p 336


 

 

 

 

 

 




Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON 

late of Horsley
aka  Bernie
NSW Penrith Police Academy Class “possibly” 10
New South Wales Police Force
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Rank:  Probationary Constable – 21 January 1952
Senior Constable – appointed 1 July 1963
Detective Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed
Sergeant 2nd Class – 1 February 1978
Stations?, Narrandera ( Riverina ) – 1970’s ( Det Sgt ), Maroubra – retirement
ServiceFrom  ? ? pre January 1952  to  9 July 1988 = 36 years
Awards:  Queen’s Commendation for Brave Conduct – Detective Sgt 3rd Class – granted 26 June 1973 – preventing a suicide
Commissioners Award for Bravery
Born:  Thursday  5 December 1929
Died on:  Wednesday  23 December 2015
CauseCerebral bleed
Age:  86
Funeral date:  Wednesday  30 December 2015 @ 11.30am
Funeral location:  The Autumn Chapel, Wollongong City Funerals, 48 Baan Baan Street, Dapto
Buried at?
 Memorial at?

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

 

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JOPSON BERNARD (Bernie) Of Horsley

Formerly of Katoomba and Riverina.

Surrounded by loving family Bernie passed away on 23rd December 2015.

Beloved husband of Dawn. Dearly loved father and father in law of Troy, Jillyan and Paul.
Much loved Poppy of Grace and Lawson.

Bernie will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 86 Years

Forever in our hearts.

A funeral service to celebrate the life of Bernie will be held in The Autumn Chapel, Wollongong City Funerals, 48 Baan Baan Street Dapto on Wednesday 30th December 2015 at 11:30am.

Relatives and Friends are invited to attend.

http://tributes.illawarramercury.com.au/obituaries/illawarramercury-au/obituary.aspx?n=bernard-jopson-bernie&pid=177042986&fhid=31539

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Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

Bernard John Benedict JOPSON

 


 

 

 




Richard Charles WHITTAKER

Richard Charles WHITTAKER

aka  Dick

NSW Redfern Police Academy # 162

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 18588

Joined NSW Police Force via NSW Police Cadet system on 1 February 1977

Cadet # 3334

Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced 1 February 1977

Probationary Constable – appointed 17 April 1979

Senior Constable – appointed 16 April 1988

Detective Sergeant – Death

Stations?, Gosford Drug Unit ( Brisbane Waters LAC )

Service:  From  1 February 1977  to  28 September 1991 = 14+ years Service

Awards:  No find on It’s An Honour

Born:  Saturday  16 April 1960

Died on:  Saturday  28 September 1991 @ Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW

CauseCerebral Haemorrhage

Age:  31

Funeral date?

Funeral location?

Buried atPoint Frederick Pioneer Park Cemetery, NSW

-33.449594  151.341945

 

 Grave location

 

RICHARD WHITTAKER
RICHARD WHITTAKER

Touch plate for Richard Charles WHITTAKER at the National Police Wall of Remembrance
Touch plate for Richard Charles WHITTAKER at the National Police Wall of Remembrance

DICK IS mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance

Grave plate: This plaque was laid in memory of RICHARD CHARLES WHITTAKER, a Detective Sgt of Police attached to the Gosford Drug Unit, who died of a work related illness on the 28th of September, 1991, whilst in the service of the people of New South Wales & the Central Coast area. Richard was born in the Point Frederick area and spent many of his childhood days in this park. Dedicated by his family & many friends on the 16. 4. 1992.
Grave plate: This plaque was laid in memory of RICHARD CHARLES WHITTAKER, a Detective Sgt of Police attached to the Gosford Drug Unit, who died of a work related illness on the 28th of September, 1991, whilst in the service of the people of New South Wales & the Central Coast area.
Richard was born in the Point Frederick area and spent many of his childhood days in this park.
Dedicated by his family & many friends on the 16. 4. 1992.

 


 

Before his death Detective Sergeant Whittaker and other Police had been involved in a major drug investigation which had resulted in the arrest of eighteen offenders. Corruption allegations were made by a number of the offenders resulting in a Police Internal Security Unit investigation.

During the protracted internal investigation the Sergeant was under enormous pressure and as a result suffered a cerebral haemorrhage.

He passed away at the Royal North Shore Hospital on 28 September 1991.

He was posthumously cleared of all allegations by Judge Allen at the Sydney District Court on 30 September 1991.

The Sergeant was born in 1960 and joined the New South Wales Police Service, via the NSW Police Cadet system on 1 February 1977 and was Attested, as a Probationary Constable on 17 April 1979.

At the time of his death he was attached to the Gosford Drug Unit.

 

 


 

‘Our boys haven’t been forgotten’: Policemen honoured in Brisbane Water row

September 15, 2015 3:16pm

(L-R) Sarah Matthews, Kylie Kerr and Tracey Holt remember their police officer partners at Gosford waterfront. Brisbane Water LAC officers will be taking to the water in honour of the policemen.
(L-R) Sarah Matthews, Kylie Kerr and Tracey Holt remember their police officer partners at Gosford waterfront. Brisbane Water LAC officers will be taking to the water in honour of the policemen.

When Sarah Matthews returned home after her shift at Gosford Hospital on the evening of April 13, 2002 and spotted a row of waiting police cars she thought the neighbours were having a noisy party.

“It never struck me what was coming next,” remembers the emergency nurse who was told the worst — her fiancée Senior-Constable Chris Thornton had been killed on duty hours earlier.

“It didn’t hit me. Even when I was told. I don’t think that’s something that ever leaves you.”

This week Miss Matthews, Kylie Kerr and Tracey Holt will get together to remember their partners, Sen-Constable Thornton, Sen-Constable Peter Gordon Wilson and Sergeant Richard Whittaker, who all died on duty while with the Brisbane Water Local Area Command.

(L-R) Brisbane Water Inspector Paul Nicholls, Tracey Holt, Brisbane Water Commander Daniel Sullivan, Sarah Matthews and Kylie Kerr at Gosford Waterfront ahead of the NSW Police Legacy row. Picture: Mark Scott
(L-R) Brisbane Water Inspector Paul Nicholls, Tracey Holt, Brisbane Water Commander Daniel Sullivan, Sarah Matthews and Kylie Kerr at Gosford Waterfront ahead of the NSW Police Legacy row. Picture: Mark Scott

On Thursday officers from Brisbane Water LAC will take part in a paddle to raise money for NSW Police Legacy to support the families of fallen officers.

“You never want to be a part of Legacy but now we are part of this unique group and without Legacy we wouldn’t have each other,” Miss Matthews said.

But for two of the women, the close bond was forged by their shared loss and haunting similarities in how their partners lost their lives.

Sen-Constable Thornton, 35, died in a motor vehicle accident while on patrol in Woy Woy in 2002, while Mrs Kerr’s long-term partner Sen-Constable Wilson, 41, was killed when he was hit by a car while carrying out speed checks on the M1 at Somersby in 2006.

Both men were based at Brisbane Water LAC, both died in car accidents on a Saturday night, and both had the same patrol car number — 202.

Senior Constable Peter Gordon Wilson with fiance Kylie Kerr.
Senior Constable Peter Gordon Wilson with fiancée Kylie Kerr.

“This special event means our boys haven’t been forgotten,” Miss Matthews said, adding that the support of Legacy has enabled her to move on. “You have to take that step forward. You can’t be angry, because that just eats away at you.”

Senior Constable Chris Thornton was killed on duty during a high-speed pursuit at Woy Woy in 2002.
Senior Constable Chris Thornton was killed on duty during a high-speed pursuit at Woy Woy in 2002.

“This special event means our boys haven’t been forgotten,” Miss Matthews said, adding that the support of Legacy has enabled her to move on. “You have to take that step forward. You can’t be angry, because that just eats away at you.”

“This special event means our boys haven’t been forgotten,” Miss Matthews said, adding that the support of Legacy has enabled her to move on. “You have to take that step forward. You can’t be angry, because that just eats away at you.”

Mrs Holt, whose husband Sgt Whittaker was stationed at the Gosford drug unit and was involved in drug investigations at the time of his death when he died from a brain haemorrhage in 1991, said the annual paddle is a “beautiful day”. “It is amazing the effort Daniel Sullivan and the team put in to keep the memory going of old work mates and have a good time doing it,” she said.

Sergeant Richard Whittaker who died on duty with Brisbane Water Local Area Command in 1991. Picture: Supplied
Sergeant Richard Whittaker who died on duty with Brisbane Water Local Area Command in 1991. Picture: Supplied

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/central-coast/our-boys-havent-been-forgotten-policemen-honoured-in-brisbane-water-row/story-fngr8h0p-1227528821582


 

Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995),

Tuesday 1 October 1991, page 4

Drug bribery allegation ‘killed officer’

SYDNEY: The stress of unfounded corruption allegations killed a policeman who suffered a stroke at the weekend, according to the Police Association.

The association’s president, Tony Day, said yesterday that Gosford-based Detective Senior Constable Richard Whittaker, who was promoted to detective sergeant last Friday, had been implicated in a bribery conspiracy by a drug dealer.

Yesterday, the dealer, an industrial chemist, was sentenced to a minimum of 11 years jail after pleading guilty to manufacturing and supplying amphetamines with a street value of more than $4 million.

Handing down the sentence in Darlinghurst Supreme Court, Justice Allen said John Oldfield, 52, of Winston Hills in Sydney’s west, had stated he had tried to bribe a police officer through a contact known as “M” in November, 1990.

After the alleged bribe attempt had failed, Oldfield had gone to the Police Internal Security division and made a detailed statement, implicating the officer. The judge said he was satisfied the detective knew nothing about the alleged bribe.

Mr. Day said the Police Internal Security division investigation into Oldfield’s allegations had been “dubious”.

“Every crim in NSW knows that if they want their case adjourned they just have to implicate the police, and there will have to be an investigation,” he said.

“Eighty per cent of corruption and bribery charges are disproved.”

Detective Whittaker, 31, was married with two-year-old twin daughters.

Mr Day said the Oldfield affair had played a major role in causing Detective Whittaker stress, resulting in his death.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/134156388


 

 

Past events in Remembrance of Dick Whittaker.

Paddle for Police Legacy

The Brisbane Water LAC has tragically lost three staff members in the execution of their duty: Sergeant Dick Whittaker and Senior Constables Gordy Wilson and Chris Thornton. The 12 September is the annual sports charity day to remember these officers.

Paddling from Ocean Beach Surf Club to Bluetongue Stadium along the Brisbane Water on the NSW Central Coast (approximately 15km).

When: Thu September 12 2013    06:0005:30
http://www.policelegacynsw.org.au/legacy-events/




Craig Thomas COOK

Craig Thomas COOK

AKA ?

Late of ?

Father of Grant Cook – NSWPF # 18747  & Larry Cook – NSWPF # 19151

NSW Penrith Police College Class # 029? ( 1950/51? )

Uniform #  3431

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  7100

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Detective – appointed ? ? ?

Constable 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?

Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Final Rank = Detective Senior Constable – Discharged HOD

Stations: Trained at Penrith Police Depot in 1950 ?, Regent St, Lithgow & Gosford

Service: From ? ? 1950 to ? ? 1964 = ? years Service

Awards: No find on Australian Honours

Born: ? ? ?

Died on: Monday  6 April 2015

Age: 84

Cause: cerebral haemorrhage

Event location: Woodport Nursing Home, Erina, NSW

Event date: ?

Funeral date: ? ? ?

Funeral location: ?

Wake location: ?

Funeral Parlour: ?

Buried at: Cremated

Memorial located at: ?

Craig Cook on his Attestation day at Penrith Police Academy 1950
Craig Cook on his Attestation day at Penrith Police Academy 1950

 

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