Peter Walter JAMIESON

aka ‘ Jamo ‘

Joined New South Wales Police Force via the Police Cadet system in 1978  Class 159

Cadet # ? – not mentioned on the expolicecadets.asn.au

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # 18202

Rank:  Probationary Constable – 92273 – appointed 26 June 1978

Senior Constable – appointed 26 June 1987

Sergeant

Stations:  Leichhardt ( early 1980’s ), Griffith ( SenCon ), Riverwood, Hurstville 1997 – , ?

ServiceFrom  ? pre June 1978  to  ? ? ? =  37 years Service

AwardsNational Medal – granted 7 May 1994

Born:  28 May 1957

Died on:  13 February 2015 @ 4.38pm at home with his family around him.

Cause:  Cancer

Age:  57

Funeral dateWednesday  18 February 2015 @ 11am

Funeral location:  Marana Auditorium, Hurstville Civic Centre, 16 MacMahon Street, Hurstville

Buried at?

Memorial: NSW Police force Service Memorial Wall, Sydney Police Centre, Surry Hills, D17 ( right wall )

 

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

Peter Jamieson - December 2012

Peter Jamieson – December 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAMIESON, Peter Walter

JAMIESON, Peter Walter (Jamo)
February 13, 2015  “Peacefully”
Much loved father of Alana and Jason, and father-in-law of Nyomi and Racha. Loved partner of Susan and dearly loved by Megan. Loving brother of Pauline. Cherished uncle of Christopher and Glen.
Sadly missed and never forgotten by his many relatives and friends.
Nature’s True Gentleman and well respected and admired Sergeant of Police.
JAMO’S family and friends are invite to attend his Funeral Service to be held at the Marana Auditorium, Hurstville Civic Centre, 16 MacMahon Street, Hurstville, tomorrow Wednesday, February 18, 2015 commencing at 11:00am.
Funerals Published in The Daily Telegraph on 17/02/2015

– See more at: http://tributes.dailytelegraph.com.au/notice/127282048

Funeral location

 

Although Peter joined the NSW Police Force via the Police Cadet system in 1978, he is not mentioned on the Ex-Police Cadets Association website 

 

On behalf of the Policing family ( old and new ) I would love to congratulate those people at Hurstville who put themselves above and beyond to look after one of their own.  A man who was obviously loved and respected to the point that the members went to his home and spent the entire day there upgrading his yards.

I love the gesture of his kids having tattooed Peter’s Registered number on their forearms to forever remember their father.

May Peter forever Rest In Peace and his family know that he was obviously a much loved person and work mate.

 

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