Peter Henry LANDER
AKA Peter LANDER, Shaky, Shakey
Late of Parkes, NSW
Related to Stephenie LANDER, NSWPF # 18028 – Retired 1999
NSW Police Training Centre – Redfern – Class # 107 – 113
NSW Police Cadet # 2132
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 12881
Service: From 16 May 1966 to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Rank: Commenced Training at Redfern Police Academy as a Police Cadet on Monday 16 May 1966 with Class 107 ( aged 17 years, 5 months, 5 days )
Probationary Constable- appointed 11 December 1967 in the Principals Office, Redfern Police Academy ( aged 19 years, 0 months, 0 days )
Constable – appointed ? ? ?
Constable 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?
Detective – appointed ? ? 1972 ( YES )
Senior Constable – appointed 11 December 1976
Leading Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ? ( N/A )
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed 1 January 1984
Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ?
Sergeant 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?
Final Rank = Sergeant
Stations: Cadet: Modus Operandi ( MO ) Unit ( 1966 ), Marrickville ( 5 Division )( 1966 ), Central Police Stn ( 1 Division )( 1967 ), Kogarah ( 12 Division )( 1967 ),
Sworn Member: Merrylands GDs ( ProCst )( 26 Division )( 11 Dec 1967 ), Kingsgrove GDs ( 13 Division )( June 1968 ), Special Branch Plain Cloths ( 21 Division )( Aug 1972 ), Marrickville CI Duties ( 5 Division )( July 1973 ), Bankstown CI Duties ( 19 Division )( Feb 1975 ), Campsie CI Duties ( 13 Division )( Oct 1978 ), Internal Affairs ( IA ) CI Duties ( 20 Division )( June 1980 ), Campsie CI Duties ( 13 Division )( 14 March 1982 )( where he met Stephenie in 1983 ), Newtown CI Duties ( 15 December 1985 ), Marrickville CI Duties ( 12 June 1988 ) – Retirement.
Retirement / Leaving age: = ?
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Obtained his Law Degree & Masters at Law – being admitted to The Bar in 1991 and being a Barrister from 1992. He practiced until 2015.
Awards: National Medal – granted 29 November 1983 ( Det SenCon )
National Police Service Medal – granted 7 September 2017
Born: Saturday 11 December 1948
Died on: Sunday 12 December 2021
Age: 73 years, 0 months, 1 days
Cause: Heart attack
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Funeral date: Tuesday 21 December 2021 @ noon
Funeral location: Southern Chapel, Woronora Cemetery, Linden St, Sutherland, NSW
any Future Wake location: ??? TBA
any Future Wake date: ??? TBA
( Due to current Govt. restrictions on ‘Gatherings’ due to Corona19 Virus Pandemic, some families may wish to have a Memorial Service / Wake with friends and family at a later date )
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Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( December 2021 )
PETER is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance *NEED MORE INFO
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May they forever Rest In Peace
Once Peter left the employ of the NSWPF, he became a Barrister with Lander & Daniel Lawyers & Conveyances, at Lindfield, NSW, from where he Retired.
Vale Peter Henry Lander (1948-2021)
Peter Henry Lander formerly of Sydney Chambers and Ada Evans Chambers passed away unexpectedly on the 11th of December 2021.
Peter came to the Bar in 1991 and joined Sydney Chambers, following the closure of Sydney Chambers he joined Ada Evans Chambers.
A funeral service will be held on Tuesday 21 December 2021 at 12 noon at the Woronora Cemetery, South Chapel, Sutherland. Members are invited to attend.
Vale Peter Lander
The Bulldogs would like to express their sincere condolences to the family of Peter Lander, who passed away yesterday.
Peter, was a great supporter of the club, including being a Football Club Director between 1996-2002.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones.
Back row, left to right: P.C. Const. 1/c R.E. McBride, Det. Sen. Const. M. Scullion, Det. Sen. Const. P.H. Lander, P.C. Const. 1/c M.K. Lang, P.C. Sen. Const. N.K. Colefax, Det. Sen. Const. D.J. Williams.Front row, left to right: Const. 1/c R. Baltoski, Det. Sgt. 3/c A.D. Edwards, Det. Sgt. 2/c J.C. Gandy (O.I.C. Detectives), Det. Sgt. 2/c I.D. Shore, Det. Sen. Const. A.J. Collings, P.C. Sen. Const. G.M. Long.
Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995),
Wednesday 3 April 1991, page 14
Witness ‘ saw man with his intestines hanging out ‘
SYDNEY: A neighbour who heard a racket outside her house looked out the window to see a man with his intestines hanging out, Glebe Local Court heard yesterday.
Nicky Marinos said the man and two other men, who had a shovel and a hammer, were fighting, and a woman appeared to be trying to separate them.
She was testifying at the committal hearing of Huu Quynh Nguyen, 36, his wife Nga Thi Nguyen, 25, and Hai Thi Nguyen, 34, charged with murdering Duc Minh Le on December 15, at Marrickville, in Sydney’s west.
Magistrate Derrick Hand was told the 34-year-old woman was the victim’s sister-in-law.
Ms Marinos said the man, with his intestines hanging out was standing and fighting, ” waving his arms about “.
Constable Natalie Agnew said she arrived at the Marrickville house about 11.15am, when she saw the victim lying on his back on the driveway, bleeding profusely from his stomach.
The male defendant was charged on December 15, but the women were not charged until December 30.
Constable Agnew said that, when Nga Thi Nguyen was told of the charge, she appeared confused and agitated and did not seem to understand why
she was arrested, saying, ” but I did not do anything “.
Police officers told the court they found a meat cleaver, a large garden hoe, a silver knife and a silver metal bar near the scene.
Sergeant Peter Lander said Hai Thi Nguyen told him that, prior to the victim’s death, she had reported other incidents to police.
However, he could find no record of the alleged incidents, he said.
He agreed she had told him the deceased was a violent man.
The committal hearing, against the women, who are on bail and the man, who is in custody, will continue today.
Nothing further, than what is recorded above, is known about this person at the time of publication and further information and photos would be appreciated.