Jeffrey William John BROWN
aka Jeff, Browny
New South Wales Police Force
Academy Class 225 of 1987
Regd. # 23562
Probationary Constable – attested 27 March 1987
Constable – appointed 27 March 1988
Senior Constable – retirement
Central Police Station – 1987
Traffic Branch –
City of Sydney 1990 – 1994
Kings Cross – General Duties 1996 – 1997
Darlinghurst 1997 – 1997
South Region Dog Squad ( State Protection Unit ) 1997 – 2000
In 2000 the regional dog units were combined into the one NSW Police Dog Squad with HQ being at Menai.
NSW Police Dog Squad, Menai 2000 – 2011.
14 years with the Dog Squad, 1997 – 2011.
His mate ‘Shadow’ 1997 – 2003.
His mate ‘Buzz’ 2003 – 2009
Discharged, medically unfit, from the Dog Squad and New South Wales Police Force, September 2011.
From pre 27 March 1987 to 16 September 2011 = 24+ years Service
Awards: National Police Service Medal
NSW Police Distinguished & Ethical Medal with 20 year Clasp
Commissioners Unit Citation for Macquarie Fields Riot
Does NOT appear on It’s An Honour website ?
27 April 1966
Monday 31 October 2016 – a.m.
Cause: Heart attack at home
Funeral date: Friday 11 November 2016 @ 9.45am
Funeral location: Hurstville Entertainment Centre, 16 MacMahon St, Hurstville, NSW
Full Medals to be worn. Funeral will finish at 11.30am. “Debrief” will be held at Cronulla Leagues Club – downstairs. 461 Captain Cook Dr, Woolooware. Buy your own food and drinks.
Buried at: ?TBA
Memorial at: ?
Jeff and his mate ‘Shadow’
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May they forever Rest In Peace
Our deepest condolences to the family, fiancée and son, William ( only 2 years old ) on the loss of Browny. Condolences also to Ashleigh ( 27 old ), Browny’s daughter from his first marriage and also to his granddaughter – Natty ( Natasha ) – daughter to Ashleigh. There has been nothing but praise for this man and who he was and what he stood for during his time with NSWPF.
Sudden death: Couple’s happiness snatched away in a heartbeat