Kelvin John FLEMING APM
Late of ?
NSW Redfern OR Penrith Police Academy Class # ? ? ?
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 9210
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 2 March 1959
Constable 1st Class – appointed 2 March 1965
Senior Constable – appointed 2 March 1969
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 1 April 1974
Chief Inspector – appointed 19 August 1987
Superintendent – appointed 2 November 1988
Chief Superintendent – appointed ? ? ?
Final Rank = ?
Stations: ?, Kangaroo Valley ? – 29 Nov 1970 ( SenCon ), South Coast, Special Gaming Squad ( Sgt ), Newtown ( 5 Division ) – Inspector – Assistant Officer, Bankstown ( 19 Division ) – Division Commander ( C/Insp ), Goulburn – District Commander from 1 July 1990 – 30 June 1995 ( Supt ),
Service: From ? ? pre March 1959? to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Awards: National Medal – granted 15 September 1980 ( Sgt 3/c )
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 2 November 1988 ( Chief Inspector )
Born: Monday 11 October 1937
Died on: Saturday 15 June 2019
Event location: ?
Event date: Saturday 15 June 2019
Funeral date: Friday 21 June 2019 @ 1pm
Funeral location: Broulee Memorial Gardens Crematorium, 195 Broulee Rd, Broulee, NSW
Wake location: ?
Funeral Parlour: Moruya District Funerals – 4474 3555
Buried at: Cremated
Memorial located at: ?
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Published in Goulburn Post on June 19, 2019
Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995), Thursday 17 November 1983, page 3
Hearing told of SP’s aliases
MELBOURNE: A leading starting-price bookmaker had at least four aliases in NSW and two other names in Queensland, the Royal commission into the Federated Ship Painters’ and Dockers’ Union was told yesterday.
Counsel assisting the commission, Mr Rex Wild, said the man had been arrested and convicted of using premises for betting under three different names in Victoria and NSW between 1973 and 1983. Evidence produced by Mr Wild showed that the man, who lives in Melbourne, leased seven properties in NSW and Queensland from June 1978 to June this year.
The man, who the commission has been told is one of Australia’s biggest SP bookmakers, is facing charges of illegal betting in Queensland.
Although he was identified by three witnesses and sworn in at the commission yesterday, he gave no evidence, and his real name and that of his wife and a
company he operated were suppressed.
The Royal commissioner, Mr Frank Costigan, QC, told the man’s barrister, Dr Cliff Pannam, QC, that he felt “uneasy” about allowing the man to go into the witness box when he was facing charges in Queensland.
Mr Pannam said that should his client be called to give evidence there were several lines of questioning which he would maintain were not relevant to the commission’s terms of reference, including tax affairs.
Sergeant Kelvin John Fleming said that as a member of the NSW special gaming squad he had arrested the bookmaker at Bexley on February 5 and March 5.
The man had given his name and address as Ross James Hunter, of Fleet Street, Carlton, NSW. He had pleaded guilty to charges of place betting and had been fined.
The man had been arrested earlier in November, 1982, in Bexley. Fingerprint tests subsequently had shown an arrest in August, 1980, at an unspecified address under the name Brian Edward Williams.
Commonwealth of Australia Gazette (National : 1901 – 1973), Thursday 19 March 1953 (No.17), page 714
As Notified by the Postmaster-General’s Department.
New South Wales.
Junior Postal Officer, Fourth Division.— ………, Kelvin John Fleming, ……..