Frank Noel HANCOCK

Frank Noel HANCOCK

AKA  ?

Late of  ?

Husband to Aileen HANCOCK – ( R.I.P. 27 July 2017 )

Penrith Police College Class #  003

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  5036

Rank:  Trainee – 18 February 1946 ( just over 2 weeks )

Probationary Constable – appointed Monday 18 February 1946

Constable – appointed 18 February 1947

Constable 1st Class – appointed 18 February 1953

Senior Constable – appointed 1 July 1958

Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 1 April 1960

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed 1 July 1967

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 4 April 1972

Inspector 3rd Class – appointed 12 May 1975

Final Rank = Inspector 3rd Class

Stations6 Division ( 4 March 1946 – G.D’s ) ( 6 November 1946 – Traffic ( Probation )), (6 December 1946 – Traffic ( Permanent )),

( 27 October 1958 – G.D’s ), ( 4 March 1946 – 27 October 1958 ) – ( Cst – SenCst )

18 Division ( 20 June 1960 – Station ), ( 28 August 1967 – G.D.’s ) – ( Sgt 3/c – Sgt 2/c )

26 Division ( 30 April 1971 – 30 May 1972  G.D’s ) – ( Sgt 2/c – Sgt 1/c )

22 Division ( 31 May 1972 – 5 October 1974 ) – ( Sgt 1/c )

26 Division ( 6 October 1974 –  21 June 1975 ) –  ( Sgt 1/c – Insp 3/c ),

22 Division ( from 22 June 1975 to death 2 May 1976 ) – ( Insp 3/c – Assistant Officer )

Service:  From ? ? pre February 1946  to 2 May 197630+ years Service

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World War I

Australian Imperial Force  –  Australian Army

Regiment:                                 ?

Enlisted:                                    30 November 1942 at Canley Vale, NSW

Service #                                   NX133456 ( N210701 )

Rank:                                         Gunner

Embarkation:                           ?

Age at embarkation:               ?

Occupation:                              ?

Address:                                   ?

Next of kin:                             Aileen HANCOCK

Religion:                                  ?

Single / Married:                   ?

Returned to Australia:          ?

Awards:                                   ?

Date of Discharge:                  24 January 1946

Posting at Discharge:            1 Australian Naval Bombardment GP

POW:                                       NO

Honours:                                 NONE TO DISPLAY

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Police Awards: No find on Australian Honours but was recommended for the

Police Long Service & Good Conduct Medal on 7 August 1968 and Awarded said Medal on the 6 September 1968.

Born: Tuesday  21 March 1922 – Canley Vale, NSW

Died on:  Sunday  2 May 1976

Age: 54

Cause: ?

Event location: ?

Event date: ?

Funeral date: ? ? ?

Funeral location: ?

Wake location: ?

Funeral Parlour: ?

Buried at: ?

Memorial located at: ?

 

 

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

FRANK IS mentioned on the Sydney Police Centre Memorial Wall, Surry Hills


Funeral location: TBA


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

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal


May they forever Rest In Peace


 

 

Nothing is known about his wife Aileen.
Her husband, Frank ( Regd # 5036 – born 1922 ) was a Trainee at the ‘Penrith Police College’ – NSW Police Academy.  Just after two weeks, he was Attested on 18 February 1946 and Stationed at # 6 Division.
In 1960 he was transferred to 18 Division and in 1971 to 26 Division.
On 1 July 1967 he was a Sgt 2/C.
In May 1972 he was a Sgt 1/C at Liverpool Police Station.
In October 1974 he is transferred back to 26 Division.
In May 1975 Frank is promoted to Inspector 3rd Class at 26 Division.
In June 1975 he is transferred back to Liverpool ( 22 Division ) as an Inspector 3rd Class.
In May 1976 Franks passes away – aged 54 whilst attached to Liverpool Police Station as the Assistant Officer ( Inspector )
Prior to joining the Police, he was a Greengrocer ( 2 years ), Asbestos strip worker ( 6 mths ) & Store-man ( 2.5 years ).
In 1941 he enlisted in the C.M.F. ( 12 months ) and then transferred to the Australian Imperial Forces in 1942. ( 3 years 3 months )
He was discharged from the Army in 1946, after reaching the rank of Gunner.
He served in Borneo & Admiralty Island Morotai.
Info from Liverpool (NSW ) Police Line ( 1788 – 2016 )
His Policing Records show:
He was a ‘Foot’ Constable
He was 6′ 1.5″ & 13 stone in weight
Blue eyes, fair hair & medium complexion
He passed his Cst 1/c course on the 6 September 1949
He failed his Sgt 3rd Class exams 1956, 57 & 58 before passing on 4 February 1959
He passed his Sgt 1/c exam on the 13 May 1964 & his Inspector’s exam on the 15 May 1974.
He passed his G.D’s cars & ute driving course on the 31 October 1967.
For some reason, his Service Card was re-typed & checked on the 22 December 1958.
Frank had a knowledge of Wireless whilst a signalman in the Australian Imperial Force.
His knowledge of Morse Code showed him Sending 16 w.p.m & receiving 14 w.p.m. ( Words Per Minute )
Special Services shows that he Enlisted in Australian Citizen Military Forces ( C.M.F. ) on 3 November 1941.  He Transferred to Australian Imperial Forces on 30 November 1942.  He was Discharged from A.I.F. on 24 January 1946 with the Rank of Gunner, with 1st Australian Naval Bombardment Group.
He saw 109 days of Service outside of Australia.  He Served in Borneo and Admiralty Island, Morotai.  His Grade was a Gp 2 Signalman.
He obtained a mark of 91.5% at the completion of Training Class.

 

 

 

 

 

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