aka Wing Nut
New South Wales Police Force
Joined NSW Police Force via NSW Police Cadet system on 4 February 1974
Cadet # 3001
[alert_yellow]Regd. # 17209[/alert_yellow]
Rank: NSW Police Cadet – commenced 4 February 1974
Probationary Constable – appointed 21 March 1976
Constable – appointed 21 March 1977
Senior Constable – death
Stations: ?, ‘ possibly’ Bankstown, Liverpool GD’s – ( 22 Division ) 1976, Central ( 1 Division ) late 1970’s,
Albury 1980 -1981,
Tumbarumba 1981 -1985
Bowral 1985 – 1995
Campbelltown 1995 – 2002
Service: From ? ? 1974 to ? ? 2002 = 28 years Service
National Medal – granted 28 May 1990
1st Clasp to National Medal – granted 24 March 2000
21 May 1957
3 April 2009
Uniting Church, Bowral
Cremated, ashes taken.
Memorial at: ?
Ron was instrumental in starting the pushbike
safety program in the Southern Highlands in the late 1980’s
[alert_blue]RON is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_blue] * NOT JOB RELATED
FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.
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May you forever Rest In Peace Ron.
I think Ron used to play in the Carlton Football Premiership for Campbelltown around 1985.
Ron used to also Trade under Ron Hystek Home Handyman in the Southern Highlands, NSW.
Final farewell for loved policeman
MORE than 300 people gathered at Bowral’s Uniting Church last Thursday to remember Highlands policeman Ron Hystek, who recently lost his fight with stomach cancer.
Bowral police honoured the 28-year veteran of the force, who spent a decade walking the beat in Bowral, with a guard of honour.
Following the service Ron’s eldest son Wayne and wife Julie drove the casket on a homemade trailer with a Ulysses motorcycle group escort to Mittagong Showground before the casket was transferred to a hearse.
Senior Constable Hystek joined NSW Police in 1974; he was stationed at Bowral from 1985 to 1995 before transferring to Campbelltown until his discharge in 2002 on medical grounds.
He was awarded the National Medal and the NSW Police Medal.
Wayne Hystek said his father touched a lot of people and the family was “blown away” by the turnout to the service.
Ron Hystek started the Where’s Wally Ron charity to raise funds for cancer and arthritis research after he was diagnosed with stomach cancer in May 2007.
For the full story see the Southern Highland News, Wednesday, April 15
Ulysses Motor Cycle escort of the coffin
The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 10 August 1999 p2
After a shooting incident in 1993, Senior Constable Ronald Hystek refused to wear a firearm or carry handcuffs. He has also had his police driving certification withdrawn for nodding off at the wheel. The 25-year veteran, who has not been fully operational since the shooting, claims the Police Service has discriminated against him over promotions. Constable Hystek has taken the service to the Government and Related Employees Appeal Tribunal, where he wants seven days he took off work last year………
have his medical expenses paid by the Police Service. Constable Hystek won a previous decision before the tribunal over hurt-on-duty leave claims for time he took off in 1994. That leave, he said, was due to stress caused by a faulty departmental investigation into the shooting, for which he was deemed negligent. He had opened fire on the vehicle as it sped through an intersection near Bowral during a pursuit. The hearing continues.