Lancelot David HINES
Late of ?
NSW Police Training Centre – Redfern Class # 100
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 11116
Rank: Commenced Training at Redfern Police Training Centre on ? pre August 1964?
Probationary Constable- appointed 17 August 1964
Constable – appointed 17 August 1965
Constable 1st Class – appointed ? ? 1969
Detective – appointed ? ? 1971 Det Constable 1/c ( YES )
Detective Senior Constable – appointed 17 August 1973
Detective Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed ? ? 1980
Detective Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ?
Detective Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 31 December 1987
Detective Inspector – appointed 8 February 1989
Final Rank = Inspector
Stations: ?, ‘R’ District ( Newcastle )( 1965 ), Redfern GDs, Burwood GDs, Auburn ( 1966 ), CIB Special Squad ( 1968 ), Blacktown Detectives( 27 Division )( 1972 ), Burwood Detectives, CIB Motor Squad, Licensed Dealers Squad ( DetSenCon )( 1979 ), Merrylands Detectives ( 1980 ), Burwood & Enfield GDs ( 1981 ), Springwood GDs ( 1982 ), Penrith ( 1983 ), Springwood ( 1986 ), Patrol Commander – Katoomba ( Insp )( 1989 ), Nepean / Blue Mountains District ( 1993 ) – Retirement
Service: From ? ? pre August 1964? to 19 May 1994 = 29 years Service
Awards: National Medal – granted 2 March 1981 ( DetSgt )
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 7 October 1991 ( DetSgt )
Born: Thursday 25 January 1940
Died on: Sunday 16 August 2020
Age: 80 years, 6 months, 22 days
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Funeral date: Thursday 27 August 2020 @ 3pm
Funeral location: Lower Mountains Anglican Parish, 1 Wascoe St, Glenbrook, NSW
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Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( August 2020 )
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Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995),
Tuesday 10 April 1979, page 12
Singleton charges dismissed
SYDNEY: Three charges of assaulting policemen against former advertising executive and television personality Mr John Singleton, were dismissed in the Central Court yesterday.
Mr Brown, SM, found that insufficient evidence was offered by police to establish a case.
Mr Singleton, 38, of Darling Point, pleaded not guilty to assaulting Constable Bryan Holborow, of the licensed dealers squad, assaulting him in the execution of his duty, and assaulting Constable Lancelot David Hines, of the licensed dealers squad, in the execution of his duty.
The charges arose from an incident at Kings Cross on March 1.
Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995),
Thursday 24 August 1972, page 10
‘Tried to bribe detective’
SYDNEY, Wednesday. — A man charged with illegally possessing a car was charged also with offering a bribe to a detective, Blacktown Court was told today.
Before the court was Mr Albert Jeffrey Woods, 23, of Doonside. He is charged with the bribe offence and illegally possessing a GTR Holden Torana.
Also before the court was Mr Woods’ brother, James, 24, of the same address, who was charged with illegally possessing car grills. Both men are labourers.
Police prosecutor Sergeant Kingsley Weller told the court that “far more serious charges” would be made against the brothers.
The alleged offences took place at Doonside yesterday, Sergeant Weller told Mr A. J. McKeowen, SM.
The alleged bribe had been made to Detective L. D. Hines of Blacktown Police.
Pleas were not taken.
Sergeant Weller said additional investigations were being carried out “in relation to several car matters”.
Both were allowed $300 bail and were remanded to appear at the same court on September 6.