Malcolm Thomas PASCOE

Malcolm Thomas PASCOE

AKA Mal

Late of Moss Vale, NSW

NSW Redfern Police Academy Class #  150

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  17255

Rank:  Commenced as a Trainee at Redfern Academy – 16 February 1976

Probationary Constable – appointed 23 April 1976

Constable – appointed 23 April 1977

Constable 1st Class – appointed 23 April 1981

Senior Constable – appointed 23 April 1985

Detective – appointed 3 May 1991

Final Rank = Detective Senior Constable

Stations?, Liverpool GDs ( 22 Division )( 1978 – Jan 1979 ),

Green Valley GDs ( 22 Division )( Jan 1979 – ? ),

Campbelltown Detectives ( 35 Division ), 

Bowral Detectives ( 1997 to 2001 )

Camden Detectives ( 2001 – 2002 ) – Retired H O D

Service:  From ? ? pre April 1976?  to 8 November 2002 ( H O D ) =  26+ years Service

Awards:  National Medal – granted 17 March 1992 ( Det SenCon )

1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 19 December 2001 ( Det SenCon )

Commended for Courage & Devotion to Duty – as per March 1979 article below

BornSaturday  15 January 1955

Died on:  Wednesday  20 November 2019

Age: 64yrs  10mths  5days

Cause: Cancer – of the tongue

Event location: ?

Event date: ?

Funeral date: Thursday 28 November 2019 @ 1.30pm

Funeral location: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Camden Valley Way, Leppington, NSW ( South Chapel )

Wake location: ?

Funeral Parlour: ?

Buried at: Cremated

Memorial located at: ?

Malcolm Thomas PASCOE

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

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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


 

Malcolm is described as:

a “no nonsense Police Officer” who

“Didn’t mind a bit of overtime”,

“was a bloody good bloke”,

“an inspiration and great role model”,

loved finding and investigating car re-birthing offenders,

“had the smallest hand writing in the cops”,

“could smell a stolen car a mile away”.

 

I didn’t know this man but I know, had we worked together, we would have been great together in relation to stolen vehicle theft arrests.

 

Cal

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On behalf of the team at Shaw’s Darwin Transport, We unfortunately inform you that Malcolm Pascoe has passed away early this morning.

Those who know/knew him would know what a hard working and dedicated man he was to the company.

Mal will be greatly missed by all and the company will not be the same without him.

We send all our love to his wife Marian and family at such a difficult time.

For those of you who know the family, we ask that you please give them space and allow them time to grieve in their own way.

 

 


January 2000:  Former Liverpool Police Officers – Detective Senior Constable Mark McDonald, Senior Constable Kerrie-Lyn Reko and Senior Constable Malcolm Pascoe were awarded the Camden Local Area Commander’s Citations for bravery in January, 1999 in arresting an armed offender who had just committed a robbery at a bank in Bowral, where shots were fired.

Police Service Weekly Vol12 No2, January 17, 2000.

( Liverpool Police Time Line 1788 – 2016 )

 

 


June 1999:  Liverpool Police Officers – Sergeant Errol Casey, Detective Senior Constable Malcolm Pascoe, Constable Camille Alavoine and other Campbelltown Police Officers Senior Constable Bradley Davey and Detective Senior Constable Nigel Webber were all recognised, by receiving a Region Commander’s Commendation(s), for their professionalism and dedication to duty which resulted in the location of and ensuring the safety and well being of a new born baby girl at Nowra.

( Police Service Weekly Vol 11 No22, June 7, 1999 )

( Liverpool Police Time Line 1788 – 2016 )


 

22 February 1979:  Liverpool Police Officers – Constables Malcolm. T. Pascoe and Charles. R. Turton, were both ” Commended for courage and devotion to duty at Heckenberg when on the 13th March 1978 when in company with Constable C. R. Turton, he challenged a suspect who produced a knife and threatened both Police. Constable Turton drew his Service revolver and attempted to talk to the man until Constable Pascoe was able to seize the offender who was then overpowered, disarmed and arrested ” by the two Constables.  Signed by Mervyn. T. Wood Commissioner of Police.

Annual Report of the Police Department of New South Wales for 1979.

( Liverpool Police Time Line 1788 – 2016 )

Police Service Card    State Archives     Werrington.

 

 


13 March 1978Constables Malcolm T. Pascoe and Charles R. Turton, were patrolling Heckenberg, when they challenged a male person, who then produced a knife and threatened the two Constables.

Constable Turton drew his service revolver and tried to talk to the man until Constable Pascoe was able to seize the offender, who was then overpowered, disarmed and arrested by the two Constables.

(Annual Report of the Police Dept. of NSW for 1979 )

( Liverpool Police Time Line 1788 – 2016 )


 

Service Card Information:

Prior to joining the NSWPF – Malcolm was a Car salesman for 22 months and worked at the Frank Brooking Volvo & VW dealership, Camden, NSW.

He was 183.5cm tall and 93kg.  He had Blue eyes, Fair hair and a Fair complexion and was born in Sydney.

He was Single but married on the 10 June 1978.

 

He passed his Constable 1/c exam on the 29 August 1978 and also successfully completed the Industrial Supervision Certificate Course.

During the 1980s, the Police Service Cards were being computerised and, thus, no further details are recorded on his old Card since April 1981.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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