James William Loder ARNDELL
New South Wales Police Force
[alert_yellow]Regd. # 4470[/alert_yellow]
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 3 June 1940
Constable – appointed 3 June 1941
Constable 1st Class – appointed 3 June 1947
Senior Constable – appointed 3 June 1954
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 22 May 1957
Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed 17 November 1964
Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 6 October 1967
Inspector 3rd Class – appointed 1 March 1973
Inspector 2nd Class – appointed 8 May 1974
Retired 1 March 1976
Stations: Redfern Academy ( Trainee ),
Maroubra GD’s ( 19 August 1940 ),
Darlinghurst GD’s ( 14 October 1940 ),
Darlinghurst Traffic ( 8 September 1941 ),
Darlinghurst Motor Cyclist ( 26 June 1944 ),
Traffic Branch – Public Safety Bureau ( 26 June 1947 ),
Phillip St – Traffic ( 2 September 1957 ),
Darlinghurst – Traffic ( 30 September 1957 ),
Regent St – Assistant Traffic Sgt ( 12 February 1962 ),
Regent St – Traffic Sgt ( 4 July 1966 ),
Traffic Branch – Traffic Supervisor ( 20 July 1967 ),
Traffic Branch – 4th Traffic Inspector ( 16 February 1973,
Traffic Branch – 3rd Traffic Inspector ( 14 October 1973 ),
Traffic Branch, Assistant OIC Special Traffic Patrol ( North Sydney ) – ( 26 February 1974 ),
Highway Patrol – OIC ( 27 July 1975 ) – retirement
Service: From 3 June 1940 to 1 March 1976 = 35+ years Service
Awards: Police Long Service & Good Conduct Medal – awarded 14 December 1962
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Born: 2 March 1916
Died on: Monday 1 January 2017 at Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga.
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[alert_yellow]BILL is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_yellow] *NEED MORE INFO
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May they forever Rest In Peace
Vale Inspector 2/C James William Loder ARNDELL #4470
Today we learnt of the passing of ‘Bill’ on 1 January at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga. Bill, a resident of Christophorous House, was the Officer in Charge of the then ‘Traffic Bureau’ until his retirement in 1974.
In 2015 we hosted Bill at our retired officers day, where he met with Commissioner Scipione, Assistant Commissioner Hartley, and chatted with many retired members. In March 2016 we celebrated Bill’s 100th Birthday with his family & residents, and later in the year we presented him with the ‘National Police Service Medal’ marking his years of service to the NSW Police Force, & the community of NSW. We briefly met with Bill at the Sydney Adventist Hospital before his passing. Officers from the Kuring gai LAC also visited bill in celebration of his birthdays.
We take this opportunity to acknowledge his family at their time of loss, and the staff of Christophorous House where he spent his recent years, along with the staff of the Sydney Adventist Hospital.
We are awaiting further advice as to Funeral arrangements.