Denis PERCY OAM
brother of former NSWPF member – Jerry ( R.I.P. )
Late of ?
NSW Police Cadet # 1631
New South Wales Police Force
[alert_yellow]Regd. # 11425[/alert_yellow]
Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced 5 December 1960
Probationary Constable – appointed 10 May 1965
Constable – appointed 10 May 1966
Senior Constable – appointed 10 May 1974
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 26 May 1981
Inspector – 1989
Former President of the United Nations Police Association of Australia for over 20 years
Stations: ?, 6 Division ( late 1970’s ), Chatswood ( 1980’s ? ), Manager – Equal Employment Opportunity Section – Inspector ( 1989 ), Patrol Commander – Ryde, Local Area Commander – Blue Mountains ( 2000 )
Service: From 5 December 1960 to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Awards: National Medal – granted 15 April 1981
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 28 May 1992
Police Overseas Service Medal – Clasp CYPRUS – granted 8 July 1992
2nd Clasp to National Medal – granted 4 September 2001
Born: 20 October 1944
Died on: Tuesday 6 March 2018
Event location: ?
Event date: 6 March 2018
Funeral date: Thursday 22 March 2018 @ 1pm
Funeral location: St Mary’s Catholic Church, 264 Miller St, North Sydney
Funeral Parlour: White Lady, Roseville
Buried at: ?TBA
Memorial located at: ?
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May they forever Rest In Peace
Passed away surrounded by his wife and children on March 5, 2018.
Aged 73 years.Adored husband of Alexandra, and father of Natalie and Grant.
A wonderful Husband and Father
A great Man
A great Mate
A great Policeman and Ambassador for the UN “Policing for Peace”
Denis’ service will be held in St Mary’s Catholic Church, 264 Miller Street, North Sydney on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 1pm.
Published in The Sydney Morning Herald on Mar. 17, 2018
Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995), Tuesday 14 November 1995, page 5
Embalmed bodies in family crypt damaged: police
SYDNEY: Two embalmed bodies tampered with at the Northern Suburbs Cemetery was “the most offensive case” a senior policeman has had to handle, a police statement said yesterday.
Police would not divulge how the bodies had been damaged but the statement said the family vault housing the bodies had been forced open.
The two embalmed bodies were tampered with between September 23 and November 2 this year during a break-and-enter on the vault.
The bodies had been secured in lead-lined coffins in the crypt.
“I have been a member of the police for more than 30 years and this is the most offensive case I have dealt with in my career,” Ryde Patrol Commander Inspector Dennis Percy said in the statement.
Police were appealing to anyone who may have information on the incident.