Gary James LAMBERT

 Gary James LAMBERT

AKA  Nutty

Son of former NSWPF member, Gordon Charles LAMBERT # 8066 ( R.I.P. )

Late of  Terrigal

NSW Police Cadet # 3315

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class # ???

New South Wales Police Force

Probationary Constable # 92281

Regd. #  18216

Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced 1 February 1977

Probationary Constable – appointed 8 August 1978

Senior Constable – appointed 8 August 1987

Final Rank = Senior Constable

Stations:  Hornsby, Gosford – School Lecturing – Public Relations – Neighbourhood Watch, Terrigal G.D’s – Death

ServiceFrom  1 February 1977  to  4 March 1995 = 18+ years Service

Awards:   National Medal – granted 2 February 1995

Born:   Saturday  8 August 1959

Died on:  Saturday 4 March 1995

Age35

Cause:   Drowned in heavy surf whilst teaching Junior Life Savers.

Due to the heavy surf, Nutty wasn’t found for 3 days.

Event location:  Terrigal Point, Terrigal

Event date:   Saturday  4 March 1995

Funeral date:   ? ? ?

Funeral location:   St Mark’s Anglican Church, Terrigal

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   Cremated.  Ashes spread, off Police Launch ? – from Brooklyn, at Terrigal Beach & Wamberal Beach

 Memorial located at:   1:  Wamberal Surf Club:  The Restaurant of the Surf Club has a room named in Memory of Gary Lambert who was an active and Life Member of that Club.

2:  the annual Gary Lambert Nutty Masters carnival at Wamberal Beach for over 30’s

 

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 Funeral location TBA


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“Nutty” had joined the Wamberal Surf Life Saving Club as a ‘Junior’ and became a legend in his ability to handle big seas.
He was also a committee man, for the club, for 15 years and represented the club in Central Coast and NSW teams.
In his later years he turned to coaching at both Nipper and Senior level.
Gary enriched the lives of everyone he came in contact with, and he is sorely missed by the club and his mates.
A true Hero of the Surf.
Wamberal Surf Life Saving Club have named their ‘Masters Carnival’ the “Nutty Masters Carnival” for 30’s plus and, in 2017 was in it’s 22nd year.
Gary’s Grandfather’s nickname was “Nutty”.  He nicknamed his son – Gordon Charles LAMBERT “Nutty”.  Gordon Charles LAMBERT was a NSWPF member ( Regd # 8066 ).  Gordon nicknamed his son, Gary, “Nutty” also.  It would appear that the male lineage of this family had the “larican personality” which earned them the nickname of “Nutty”.
“Nutty” ( Gary ) is also credited as the Founder of the Wamberal Savers Rugby Club which was started in 1985.
That Club eventually ‘folded’ but one of Nutty’s son’s – Billy ( who was 18 at the time ), as a Tribute to his father, restarted the Club in 2015 and the new Club went on to win the Premiership in 2018.

Retired NSWPF member Hugh Hargreave, who worked with Nutty at Terrigal, sitting inside the restaurant at Wamberal Surf Club - reminiscing about his mate <br />
Retired NSWPF member Hugh Hargreave, who worked with Nutty at Terrigal, sitting inside the restaurant at Wamberal Surf Club – reminiscing about his mate – 2016.


 

 




Cecil Alfred SHAW 

Cecil Alfred SHAW 

Husband to Mrs Eileen Shaw ( Special Constable Eileen Patrician WILSON ) # P/W ??? & Wayne SHAW # 18327
Late of Lansvale
AKA  Cec & Ike

NSW Penrith Police Training College Class #  ? ? ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  6992

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed  4 June 1951

Constable 1st Class – appointed ? April 1958

Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed  1 October 1967

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ?

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?

Final Rank = Sergeant 1st Class

Stations?, 22 Division – Liverpool ( pre Sept 1955 – Nov 1967 ), Merrylands ( Nov 1967 – ? ) – ( 26 Division ), Parramatta ( 18 Division ), Fairfield ( 34 Division ),

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre June 1951  to  ? ? ? ? years Service

Awards:   No find on Australian Honours

Born:   Tuesday  29 December 1931

Died on:   ? October 1994

Age:  62

Cause:   ?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:   ? ? ?

Funeral location:   ?

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   ?

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

Cec SHAW

Cec SHAW

 

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My dad. Wish I had updated photos on my telephone but I don’t.
My dad had three jobs to put us six kids through private school.
Police officers were not allowed to have a second job in the old days. Still, Dad drove trucks and laid cement on the side.
With three jobs he still always seemed to have the time to take us to our horse shows, picnics on the beach and just being there, being a dad in general to us.
Miss my dad every day. Happy Father’s Day Dad.????????

 

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September 1955Eileen Patrician WILSON, a Constable with the School Lecturing Section at Darlinghurst married Cecil Alfred Shaw, a Constable and member of 22 Division, Liverpool. They married at St. Patricks Catholic Church, Parramatta.

( Source: Liverpool Police History – 1788 – 2016 )

 





 Glendon John JONES

 Glendon John JONES

AKA  Glen / Jonesy
Son to Norma Juneita JONES – son of Allan William ( Jerry ) JONES ( both deceased )
and brother to retired NSWPF member Kevin JONES
Late of Nambucca Heads & formerly of Maitland

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class #  185

New South Wales Police Force

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Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 20 August 1982

Constable 1st Class – appointed 20 August 1987

Detective Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ?

Final Rank = Senior Constable

Stations?, Macksville, Nambucca Heads Police Stn – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre August 1982  to  12 October 2000 =  18 years Service

Awards:   National Medal – granted on 30 August 2000 ( SenCon )

Born:   Thursday 4 April 1957

Died on:   Friday  24 May 2019

Age:  62

Cause:   ?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:   Friday  31 May 2019 @ 11am

Funeral location:   in the park – Coronation Park, Short St, Nambucca Heads, NSW

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Pancreatic Cancer

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  Bernard Laverty Funerals, 6568 1555

Buried at:   Cremated

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

Glendon John JONES

 

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Prior to joining the Ranks of the NSW Police Force, Glen was an Inspectors Clerk at Wallsend Police Station.
His mother, Norma Juneita JONES died on 20 January 2016 and she was the Widow of Allan William ( Jerry ) JONES.
Glendon John Jones ‘Glen’
Passed away 24th May, 2019
Aged 62 years
Late of Nambucca Heads and formerly Maitland.
Much loved husband of Kelly.
Dearly loved father & father in law of Natalie & Ciaran, Chloe & Ryan, Isaac and Liam.
Poppy to Darcy, Lachlan and Aria.
Sadly missed by his brother’s Kevin, Barry and Gerry and the extended family.
“In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Pancreatic Cancer”.
https://www.bernardlaverty.com.au/tribute-centre/tributes/?fbclid=IwAR2E9ptggZHuniyR9pd6DztFRR99nimSsnyUzKq8r6MujpaH6JUyUMtQDBM#client/d3b572f8-a8e7-45ec-81a1-6f5a4fd7289e

 

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Susan Mcateer This wonderful man is literally my hero. He Saved my life and I will never ever forget what he did for me. My heart is broken for his family and friends. So so sadly he will be missed ????

 


 




John Aloysius BRYANT

John Aloysius BRYANT

AKA JB, Sarge, Jack – to his Grandchildren
Late of Canberra

NSW Redfern or Penrith Police Academy Class #  ? ? ?

Uniform # 1428

New South Wales Police Force

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Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 10 August 1959

Constable 1st Class – appointed 10 August 1965

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 30 November 1974

Senior Sergeant ( Sgt 1/C ) – appointed 13 October 1984

does NOT appear in the 1989 Stud Book

Final Rank = Senior Sergeant

Stations:  Yass ( 1963 – 1964 ), Western District ( 1965 ), Eugowra ( 1964 – 1973 ), Tocumwal ( 1973 – 1974 ), Berrigan ( early 1974 – 1982 ), Redfern ( 7 Division ), The Rocks, Sydney Police Centre ( 1982 – 1988 ) – Retirement

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre August 1959?  to  14 September 1988 =  29+ years Service

Awards:   National Medal – granted 15 September 1980 ( Sgt 3/c )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 10 September 1986 ( Sgt 1/c  )

Born:   Sunday  14 September 1930

Died on:   Tuesday  7 May 2019

Age:  88

Cause:   Pneumonia

Event location:  Calvary Hospital, Canberra

Event date:  Tuesday  7 May 2019

Funeral date:   Monday  13 May 2019

Funeral location:   Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Amaroo, ACT

Wake location:  Nicholls, ACT

Funeral Parlour:  Tobin Brothers

Buried at:   Gungahlin Cemetery ( with his wife – Pam who passed 23 Sept. 2017 ), Sandford St, Mitchell, ACT

Grave location:  ( Plaque Beam ) PB – 01 – 03 – 00 – 546

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

John Aloysius BRYANT
John Aloysius BRYANT – Photo: MaryJane Lalliard

 

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Thank you for acknowledging our Dad on the Australian Police website. It is a wonderful thing for you to do. I have included some additional information about Dad below – I am sorry it has taken me so long to get round to sending you this information.

He was a wonderful man and had some very special memories of his time in the NSW Police Force, especially his time in the country stations.

He is survived by his three daughters – Kate, Sally & MaryJane, and four grandchildren – Annie, Samantha, Jake & Matthew.

He is now with Mum (Pam) who passed away on 23 September 2017.

 

Regards

MaryJane

 





Richard ROBERTS

Richard ROBERTS

AKA  RICHIE
Late of  ?

Australian Federal Police Force

Regd. #  ?????

Rank:  Superintendent

Final Rank = Superintendent

Stations?

ServiceFrom  ? ? ?  to  29 October 2018 ? years Service

Awards:   ?

Born:   ? ? ?

Died on:   Sunday  29 October 2018

Age?

Cause:   Suicide –

Event location:  AFP National Headquarters, Edmund Barton building, Canberra

Event date:  Sunday  29 October 2018

 Funeral date:   ? ? ?

Funeral location:   ?

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   ?

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

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Sadly, another Australian Police Officer has suicided.
That member was with the Australian Federal Police ( AFP ) in Canberra.
By all accounts, he was a good person and had only hours prior, posted on Facebook and appeared happy.
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AFP suicides: Another police officer has walked into work and not come out alive

EXCLUSIVE. The third Australian police officer in less than two years appears to have taken his own life at work. WARNING: Distressing.

WARNING: Distressing

FOR the third time in less than two years, an Australian Federal Police officer has walked into their work building, and not come out alive.

The Australian Federal Police Association has named Superintendent Richard Roberts as the man who “appears to have taken his own life” at the AFP national headquarters in the Edmund Barton Building, Canberra, yesterday.

An AFP spokesperson also confirmed that “a member of the AFP” had died, in a statement to news.com.au.

“A brief is now being prepared for the ACT Coroner,” the spokesperson said.

The AFP did not respond to further questions regarding the matter.

News.com.au understands the AFP commissioner Andrew Colvin this morning “spoke to troops” to inform them of the tragedy in an email and video to colleagues nationwide.

It’s the third incident in which an AFP officer appeared to take their own life inside one of the organisation’s buildings since the start of last year.

In November 2017, AFP member Malcolm Scott, 59, walked into the foyer of the organisation’s Melbourne building and took his own life just before 9am on a Saturday.

Mr Colvin said at the time that it was “with great sadness I can confirm one of our police officers has died in Melbourne”.

“The male officer was found by colleagues in the AFP’s Melbourne Headquarters in La Trobe Street,” he said.

READ: Second tragic death at AFP Melbourne headquarters

READ: Internal investigations into whistleblowers a ‘necessary evil’

Mr Scott’s death followed that of colleague Sue Jones, 53, a mother-of-two who died by in shockingly similar circumstances in the same building earlier that year. Mr Scott and Ms Jones had worked on the same team within the Melbourne branch, according to colleagues who spoke to news.com.au. Both deaths were later deemed to be non-suspicious.

Independent police advocacy and support group Blue Hope spokesman Mark Kelly previously told news.com.au he was concerned officers might be trying to send a message by taking their lives in the workplace.

“It’s tragic and does point to problems in the AFP,” he said.

“We’ve been contacted by a lot of members who have been struggling with PTSD.”

‘THIS JOB’S F***ED’

One AFP source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, today told news.com.au that the only thing he believed “would fix the (organisation’s) welfare system is a royal commission”.

“It needs intense scrutiny that the agencies can’t cover up,” he said.

“We have an expression in our job: TJF — this job’s f***ed.

“Morale is in the toilet. We know we have no support and no backing from most of the management.”

The source described the company’s external Employee Assistance Program as inadequate.

“If the Employee Assistance Program they always reference was adequate we wouldn’t have members falling like flies,” he said.

“(Some soft drink companies) have a more functional and workable welfare system than we do.

“It’s not just the AFP; I know of many people from state forces and other emergency services who are struggling and getting no support.”

In March this year, the high rate of suicide deaths and mental health conditions experienced by first responders — including emergency service workers and volunteers — prompted a federal Parliament committee to launch an inquiry into the role of the Commonwealth and the states to address the issues.

The inquiry is expected to release its report on the matter in February 2019.

It came after almost 100 past and present AFP agents contacted news.com.au to report widespread mental health issues among first responders within the organisation, mismanagement of the issue, and a disturbing internal bullying culture.

News.com.au exposed the issues in an investigative series, which prompted the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) to audit the AFP’s management of mental health within the organisation.

READ: AFP Commissioner’s vow

READ: AFP agent’s open letter

The report, released on March 7 this year, found that the “AFP lacks a comprehensive and consolidated organisational health and wellbeing framework to enable effective management and support of employee mental health”.

“While the AFP offers a variety of mental health support services, there is no evidence that these services are effective and they are not supported by sound governance, risk management, evaluation or an articulated business rationale,” the report read.

“The AFP does not currently have in place mechanisms or sufficient data to appropriately align resources with key mental health risks.”

READ: Traumatised agent suing the AFP for huge sum

READ: Inside the AFP

The ANAO made six recommendations, which the AFP agreed to implement as part of its “new Health and Wellbeing Strategy for the organisation” by mid-May this year.

The AFP also engaged the Phoenix Australia Centre to conduct an independent mental health review into the organisation. It released its report earlier this year and made 37 recommendations to be implemented over five years.

But for some, it’s proven too little, too late.

‘THE SHOCK AND SADNESS IS VERY REAL’

Tributes have flowed in on social media for the AFP officer who died in Canberra yesterday.

“I work with him, truly great guy and a real gentleman,” one person wrote.

“The shock and sadness is very real here today. RIP mate.”

Another wrote: “Another tragic loss, thoughts go out to family, friends and colleagues. So terribly sad, please always talk, share you concerns and fears, we need to always be there for one another.”

READ: Push for inquiry into the AFP

READ: AFP agents’ harrowing stories

The widow of NSW Police homicide detective Ashley Bryant, a father who took his own life in 2013, also weighed in on the tragedy — as well as an apparent suicide of a NSW paramedic the day before — in a public post on social media.

“I think that it’s important that we don’t assume those suffering from a psychological injury have not asked for help,” Deborah Bryant wrote.

“In many cases, they have indeed sought help and have been surrounded by family, friends and colleagues who have given all the support they can give.

“We need to acknowledge that disclosure of a psychological injury does not automatically make it better. It is a fight that is fought day by day, and all too often minute by minute.

“If we as a society truly want to stop these suicide deaths or indeed the many more ‘living deaths’ of our Service Personnel, then we need to rally our governments to provide the foundations of support unique to what our service men and women suffer.

“A good start would be dedicated mental health facilities, so that when they seek treatment they are not sitting in the same room as criminals and drug addicts.

“We also need to collectively demand our governments provide income support directly, rather than through privatised runners, so that our service men and women can continue to support their families and be given time to heal without the burden of unnecessary and emasculating demands to ‘prove’ they are worthy of this support.”

READ: ‘A whole lot of ticking time bombs’

According to Ms Bryant, suicide deaths rarely “occur without warning signs”.

“The (organisations) should proactively intervene rather than expect those suffering to cry out,” she said.

“Obviously, that’s not an easy thing to do, but if nothing changes then nothing at all will change.”

If you need help call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

For more information on how to support others who might need help and what warning signs to look for, visit: Conversations Matter.

megan.palin@news.com.au | @Megan_Palin

https://www.news.com.au/news/afp-suicides-another-police-officer-has-left-his-workplace-in-a-body-bag/news-story/64ebb82014180fcde0a6dd781dc7efae

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Victor KOSTIUK

 Victor “Vic” KOSTIUK

Husband of Retired Member of Victoria Police – Superintendent Pauline Kostiuk

Father of Serving Victoria Police member – Detective Felix Kostiuk

Late of  ?

Victoria Police

Regd. #?

Rank: Detective Senior Sergeant

Final Rank = Detective Senior Sergeant

Stations: Somerville Family Violence Unit, Officer in Charge

ServiceFrom  1980  to  14th September = 38 years Service

Awards: National Medal (6th of September, 1995)

Born: Thursday, 5 February 1959

Died on: Friday, 14 September 2018 during the early afternoon

Age: 59

Cause: motor vehicle collision

Event location: Chapel of the Victoria Police Academy, View Mount Rd, Glen Waverley, Victoria

Event date: September 21st, 2018, commencing at 2.00 pm

Funeral date: TBA (private burial will follow)

Funeral location:  TBA

Wake location:  ?

Funeral Parlour:  Selwyn Allen All Faiths Funerals, 15 Derham Street, Mt Waverley, Victoria 3149 

Buried at:  TBA

 Memorial located at:  TBA

Victor Kostiuk

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Proud police family mourn loss of veteran killed on memorial ride

15 September 2018 — 11:45am – by Joe Hinchliffe

Detective Senior Sergeant Victor ‘Vic’ Kostiuk died after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car travelling in the opposite direction along the Princes Highway near Orbost on Friday.

Among those mourning the 59-year-old veteran officer are his son, Detective Felix Kostiuk – who was riding next to his father when he was hit – and his wife, retired Superintendent Pauline Kostiuk.

Detective Senior Sergeant Kostiuk’s immediate family asked for privacy. But his broader blue family in the Victoria Police remembered him as a leader in the fight against domestic violence who had much more to give.

Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said Detective Senior Sergeant Kostiuk had been “chuffed” to be given a role at the head of the Somerville Family Violence Unit just a few months ago.

“He’s been a detective on-and-off throughout his career but it was a very big thing for him to again get to the rank of detective and have that in front of his senior sergeant rank,” Acting Chief Commissioner Patton said on Saturday.

“He’s been committed in the latter stages of his career to combating family violence and he’s become somewhat of an expert in family violence and very well respected.

“Victor was planning to be working for many more years to go, he had a much-unfinished business, especially in the family violence world, where he seemed to have a renewed lease of life and energy to achieve great outcomes.”


Victoria Police mourn Victor Kostiuk, one of their own killed on a charity motorcycle ride

15 September 2018 – 6:46pm – by Kathy Lord

Victoria Police is pleading with the public to obey the road rules after one of their own was killed in a charity motorcycle ride in honour of officers killed in the line of duty.

Detective Senior Sergeant Victor Kostiuk, 59, was riding alongside his son, also a police officer, in the Wall to Wall charity ride from Melbourne to Canberra when he was killed.

A car driving in the opposite direction on the Princes Highway east of Orbost, in far eastern Victoria, veered onto the wrong side of the road and collided with Detective Senior Sergeant Kostiuk’s motorcycle.

He and his son had been travelling about 10 minutes ahead of the main group of 300 riders.

Victoria Police Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton started the ride in Melbourne on Friday and told them to go safely.

He went through the police academy with the dead officer’s wife and said the family was in mourning.

“Clearly they’re shattered,” he said.

“Victor was a fantastic member of this organisation, a member for nearly 40 years.

“He was really chuffed just the other day to have been recently appointed back to the rank of detective senior sergeant, something he was particularly proud of.

“It’s a tremendous loss for Victoria Police.”

Source: TheNewDaily

Drugs involved in cop’s road death, court hears

17 September 2018 – 10:05pm – by Josh Fagan

The driver appeared in Latrobe Valley Magistrates’ Court on Monday, charged with culpable driving causing the death of Detective Senior Sergeant Victor Kostiuk, 59.

The crash happened on the Princes Highway at Cabbage Tree Creek, near Orbost, on Friday afternoon.

It is alleged the suspect veered onto the wrong side of the road and was travelling at 137kmh when he struck Detective Senior Sergeant Kostiuk, Seven News reported.

The court heard the suspect had earlier smoked ice, took Valium and drunk alcohol before getting a friend, 16, to blow into an interlock device before he took over driving, Seven News reported. Major Collision Investigation Unit Detective Phil Frith told Latrobe Valley Magistrates Court Mr Reid had had one hour’s sleep when he decided to drive back on Friday, Illawarra Mercury reported.

Mr Kostiuk was riding his motorcycle as part of the Wall to Wall ride in honour of fallen officers. His son, Detective Senior Sergeant Felix Kostiuk, was also among a motorcade of 300 motorbike riders who were due to arrive at the National Police Memorial in Canberra on Saturday.

Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton said some of his last words to Det Sen-Sgt Kostiuk as he left on the memorial ride were “travel safely”.

Source: news.com.au.


Note: sometimes also spelled Kostuik.

Notices

KOSTIUK Victor
5 Feb, 1959 – 14 Sep, 2018.
Adored husband of Pauline, wife of 38 years. Devoted father and idol of Felix and perfect father-in-law of Nicole. Loved brother of Alex and Eleanore and inspirational uncle to many.

His mighty presence, passion and joyfulness have made the world a better place.

“Be the instrument of change”


KOSTIUK

A Service celebrating the life of Detective Senior Sergeant Victor Kostiuk will be held in the Chapel of the Victoria Police Academy, View Mount Rd, Glen Waverley on Friday (September 21st, 2018) commencing at 2.00 pm. A Private Burial will follow.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Victor to Police Legacy. Envelopes available at the Service.

POLICE HONOURS

Victoria Police


KOSTIUK. – Victor.

The President, Executive and Members of The Police Association mourn the passing of Detective Senior Sergeant Victor Kostiuk and extend their deepest sympathy to his family.

At Rest




Ronald Frederick BEAUMONT

 Ronald Frederick BEAUMONT

Late of  ?

NSW Police College – Penrith – Class # ?

New South Wales Police Force

[alert_yellow]Regd. #  6353[/alert_yellow]

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 28 March 1949

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 11 January 1966

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 19 December 1975

Inspector 3rd Class –

Chief Inspector –

Final Rank = Chief Inspector

Stations?, Regent St ( 2 Division GD’s ), Redfern from 1950 ( 7 Division – solo cyclist ), Narrabri GD’s ( 1950 ), North East District, Moree from 1952 ( STP Outfit Cyclist ), Narrabri GD’s ( 1953 ), Denman ( 1960 – 1974 O.I.C. ), Coonamble ( ? to Feb 1976 as O.I.C. ), Glenn Innes ( Feb 1976 to 1980 as O.I.C. – Sgt 1/c ), Darlinghurst ( 3 Division ), 10 Division, Central ( 1 Division – 1980 ), 18 Division ( 1982 ), 26 Division ( 1982 ), Liverpool ( 22 Division as Assistant Officer in 1983 ), O.I.C. – Liverpool Police Stn – Optional Retirement – July 1985

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre March 1949?  to  July 1985 = 36+ years Service

Awards:   1/  Commended for good work and devotion to duty during disastrous floods in NSW during February – March 1955.

2/  Highly commended for his outstanding courage, tenacity and devotion to duty in the company of Constable 1/C R.W.L. Pickering, near Sandy Hollow, in February 1972, when he engaged in the high speed pursuit of two armed and dangerous criminals, who shortly before had committed an armed hold up upon a Coolah Bank.  Although Sergeant Beaumont was slightly wounded during an exchange of shots, the two member of the Force continued the pursuit, and after forcing the offenders’ vehicle off the roadway, chased them on foot but they eluded them in the darkness.

3/  Awarded Queens Commendation for Brave Conduct ( Imperial ) granted 26 June 1973 ( Sgt 3/C )

Born:   17 February 1929

Died on:   Monday  30 July 2018

Age:  89

Cause:   ?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:   ? ? ?TBA

Funeral location:   ?TBA

Funeral Parlour:  ?TBA

Buried at:   ?TBA

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

 

 

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Peter Michael DUNNE

 Peter Michael DUNNE

Late of  ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  Q 5161

for the purposes of this website ‘Q‘ represents those Police joining between 1862 (commencement of NSWPF ) – 23 February 1915 ( commencement of the current NSWPF numbering )

Husband of Mary DUNNE – the first NSW Police Matron

Rank?

Final Rank = ?

Stations?, Metropolitan Police – Central – 1 Division

ServiceFrom  27 April 1886 to  16 February 1897 = 12 years Service

Awards:   No find on It’s An Honour

Born:   ? ? 1861 ( or 1858 ) in NSW

Died on:   Tuesday  16 February 1897

Age:  38

Cause:   ?

Event location:   ?

Event date:   ?

Funeral date:   Thursday 18 February 1897

Funeral location:   from home – Pitt St to Rookwood Cemetery

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   Rookwood Cemetery, Old Catholic Mortuary

Section M1, Area S, Row 15, Grave 671

Approx GPS:  -33.864959,  151.052129

Memorial located at:   ?

 

https://www.australianpolice.com.au/peter-michael-dunne/<br /> OLD SYDNEY ALBUM FB GROUP<br /> Nerida Walters<br /> October 3, 2016 · Maroubra<br /> This is my great grandfather, Peter Dunne, who served with the Mounted Police. The photo was taken at the Baptist Street Redfern stables in 1908.<br /> Photo from our family collection.<br />
Peter Dunne, who served with the Mounted Police. The photo was taken at the Baptist Street Redfern stables in 1908.

 

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Inscription      My Dear Husband     PETER M DUNNE  Died 16 FEB 1897  Aged 38 Years      also ARTHUR J DUNNE  SON OF ABOVE D ied 26 JUL 1896  Aged 1 Year & 3 Months      My Dear Mother MARY DUNNE  Died 3 APR 1949  Aged 83 Years   The First NSW Police Matron  42 Years Service
Inscription My Dear Husband PETER M DUNNE Died 16 FEB 1897 Aged 38 Years also ARTHUR J DUNNE SON OF ABOVE   Died 26 JUL 1896 Aged 1 Year & 3 Months   My Dear Mother MARY DUNNE  Died 3 APR 1949  Aged 83 Years  The First NSW Police Matron 42 Years Service

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Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Friday 19 February 1897, page 4


FUNERAL OF A CONSTABLE – The funeral of constable Peter Dunn, who for 12 years was attached to the Metropolitan Police, and died on Tuesday evening, took place yesterday. At 1.30 p.m , the coffin covered with wreaths, was borne by six of deceased’s comrades at No 1 station from the residence off Pitt street, near Bathurst-street The cortege, which included about 100 constables representing all the Metropolitan and some suburban stations, was headed by the police band under Bandmaster Hutchinson.

A number of civilians were in vehicles.

The cortege went along Pitt street and turned into Liverpool-street, passing the Central Police Court, and then by way of George-street proceeded to the Mortuary station. The interment took place at Rookwood. The band with muffled drums played along the route the “Dead March” in ” Saul ” and Beethoven’s ” Dead March. ” Inspector Potter and Senior-sergeants Chambers and Roden were the principal police officers present.

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/14089530
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Having found the grave stone of this man – information is gleaned that his wife, Mary, was in fact, the very FIRST NSW Police Matron and she served the Police of NSW for 42 years.
For those who don’t know – NSW Police had their own Ward at Prince Henry Hospital, Little Bay, NSW for many years and this woman ( together with numerous other nurses ) would have nursed hundreds upon hundreds of Police over her tenure at that Hospital.
This “Ward” was still in existence when I joined the NSWPF in 1975.
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Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Monday 27 July 1896, page 1


Deaths.

DUNNE.- July 26, at his parents’ residence, No. 1, off 296 Pitt-street, Sydney, Arthur James, beloved son of Peter and Mary Dunne, aged 1 year and 3 months.

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/14060020
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Raymond William SHEAN

Raymond William SHEAN

AKA  Pin Head

Late of Mona Vale

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  21703

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 7 December 1984

Constable – appointed 7 December 1985

Final Rank = ?

Stations?, Manly GD’s, VKG1 – Sydney ( 1987 – 1989 ),  ‘A’ District – Sydney District VIP HWP ( late 1980’s – early 1990’s ),  French’s Forest ( 14 Division ) HWP,

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre December 1984?  to  ? ? ? ? years Service

Awards:   National Medal – granted 30 August 2000

Born:   16 November 1964

Died on:   ? ? 2001?

Age:  37

Cause:   Depression – Suicide – Hanging

Event location:  Home

Event date:   ? ? 2001

Funeral date:   ? ? 2001

Funeral location:   either Northern Suburbs Crematorium or Macquarie Park

Funeral Parlour:  ?

Buried at:   ?

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

 

 

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


 

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Ray was a V.I.P. Cyclist with the Sydney District HWP.
His nickname was ‘Pin Head’ because the troops reckoned that he had the smallest Police hat at the time.
Ray worked a lot around Manly and French’s Forest areas.
Around 1990 – 1991, he had a fall from his Police Motor Cycle, in the Redfern area in heavy rain, which resulted in him going to hospital with a busted collar bone.
Ray eventually left NSWPF and had attempted suicide on previous occasions leading up to his death.
His death was discovered by his wife.
His family blame the cause of his death upon the NSWPF and requested that no official representation of NSWPF be present at his funeral i.e. – no Police uniforms or Police vehicles.
May Ray have found the peace that he sought and may his family and friends remember the good times with him.

Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 – 2001), Thursday 1 April 1999 (No.39), page 2649

NOTICE of intended distribution of estate.- Any person having any claim upon the estate of FREDERICK WILLIAM THOMAS SHEAN, late of Dee Why, in the State of New South Wales, retired fire officer, who died on 19th October. 1997, must send particulars of his claim to the executor, Raymond William Shean. c o Harris & Company Solicitors, level 11, 99 Bathurst Street. Sydney, within one ( 1 ) calendar month from publication of this notice.

After that time the executor may distribute the assets of the estate having regard only to the claims of which at the time of distribution he has notice.

Probate was granted in New South Wales on 16th June, 1991. HARRIS & COMPANY, Solicitors. Level 11, 99 Bathurst Street, Sydney, N S W 2000 (D X 724, Sydney tel<02> 92611533


 

 




Michael John MOSS

Michael John MOSS

Late of Modanville ( Lismore )

New South Wales Police Cadet # 3202

NSW Police Academy Class 151

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  17261

Rank:  NSW Police Cadet – commenced 7 July 1975

Probationary Constable – appointed 23 April 1976

Senior Constable – appointed 23 April 1985

Final Rank = ?

Stations?, Mungindi ( early 1980’s ), Narrabri, Moree, North Coast

ServiceFrom  7 July 1975  to  ? ? ? =  ? years Service

Awards:   National Medal – “possibly” granted 17 March 1992

Born:   Thursday  28 February 1957

Died on:   Saturday  14 September 2013

Age:  56 yrs 6 mths 17 days

Cause:   ?

Event location:  St Vincent’s Palliative Care ward, Lismore

Event date:  14 September 2013

Funeral date:   ? ? ?

Funeral location:   ?

Funeral Parlour: 

Buried at:   ?

 Memorial located at:   ?

 

 

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


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MICHAEL’s Notice

MICHAEL MOSS passed away in Modanville, New South Wales. The obituary was featured in The Northern Star on September 17, 2013.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/michael-moss-obituary?pid=167010792&view=guestbook


 

Nothing further, at this time, can be found on this person.

 

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