Stephen Thomas CONROY

aka ” The Captain ” and an avid Ten Pin Bowler

New South Wales Police Force

Joined NSW Police Force via the Police Cadet System.

Cadet # 3166

Regd. # 17856

Rank:  NSW Police Cadet – commenced 7 July 1975

Pro Constable – 2 April 1978

Constable – 3 April 1979

Constable 1st Class – 3 April 1983

Senior Constable – 3 April 1987

Sergeant – 4 May 1990 – Retired

Stations:  Miranda, Cronulla ( 24 Division ), Inner City Cycle Patrol 1981 – 1983, HWP Traffic Branch 1983 –  1983,  Bass Hill HWP 1983 – 1987, Burwood HWP 1987 –  1988, Campsie HWP 1988 -1990, Malabar G.D’s 1990 – Jan. 1996, City of Sydney ( City Central LAC ) Jan. 1996 – 12 August 2005, Surry Hills LAC – Traffic Sgt 13 August 2005 – 18 August 2011 ( Retirement )

Service:  From  7 July 1975  to  18 August 2011

Awards:  National Medal – granted 28 May 1992,

1st Clasp to the National Medal – granted 4 September 2001,

2nd Clasp to the National Medal – granted 2011,

NSW Police Medal with 3rd clasp awarded 2003,

4th Clasp to the NSW Police Medal in 2009,

5th Clasp to the NSW Police Medal in 2014,

NSW National Police Service Medal awarded in 2012.

Region Commanders Commendation in hazardous conditions, assisting in the arrest of a multiple armed robbery offender – 2009

Born:  2 April 1959

Died on:  3 February 2015

Cause:  Lung Cancer

Age:  55

Funeral date:  Thursday  12 February 2015 @ 10am

Funeral location:  Southern Chapel. Woronora Crematorium, 121 Linden St, Sutherland

Buried at:  Cremated

 

   STEPHEN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
* NOT JOB RELATED

 

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NSW Police Force Central Metropolitan Region Commendation Awarded to Sergeant Stephen CONROY In recognition of the courage and devotion to duty shown during the arrest of an armed offender. On 19 August 2008 an offender armed with a blood fille dsyring committed two armed robberies - one at Sportsgirl Clothing Store, Paddington and one at Beauchamp Hotel in Darlinghurst. Following identification of the offender by a witness from the Sportsgirl Clothing robbery Detective Senior Constable Therese Honess and Detective Senior Constable Stephen Davis located the offender and a foot pursuit began. The offender threatened to stab Detective Senior Constable Davis on several occasions and when the offender did not desist, Detective Senior Constable Davis drew his firearm and repeatedly called on the offender to cease and surrender. The offender did not relent and continued to try and flee from police. At one stage during the foot pursuit Sergeant Conroy drove between the offender and the officer's to protect them. As the offender was moving away from police and headed in the direction of a number of bystanders, Sergeant Controy manoeuvred the police vehicle to a point where he was able to tap the offender off his feet which enabled Detective Senior Constable Davis and Detective Senior Constable Honess to move in/ pry the syringe from the offender and effect an arrest. The offender had been responsible for a number of violent and serious crimes across multiple police Commands and the arrest had a significatn effect on the community safety. by his actions Sergeant Conroy displayed good police work and is commended. A/ Region Commander Central metropolitan Region https://www.australianpolice.com.au/stephen-thomas-conroy/

Steve Conroy, Ten Pin Co-ordinator

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All members of the NSW Police Force are advised that retired Sergeant Stephen Thomas Conroy passed away on Tuesday, 3 February 2015 aged 55 years.

Records indicate that Sergeant Conroy was performing duty at Surry Hills at the time of his retirement on 18 August 2011, completing 26 years service with NSW Police Force.

A funeral service is to be held at South Chapel, Woronora Crematorium, 121 Linden Street, Sutherland on Thursday, 12 February 2015 at 1000hr. All friends and former colleagues are invited to attend.

The Conroy family have accepted an offer of police involvement at the funeral service. The Traffic & Highway Command will provide a Guard of Honour at the chapel service.

The NSW Police Games family will miss him greatly. x

http://nswpolicegames.com.au/2015/02/steve-conroy-ten-pin-co-ordinator/

 

 

 

Stephen CONROY


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CONROY,  Stephen Thomas.
Passed away peacefully surrounded with love February 3, 2015. Beloved partner of Pam. Will be dearly missed by his family and many friends.
Gone too soon
Aged 55 yearsStephen’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend his Funeral Service to be held in the South Chapel of Woronora Crematorium, Linden St Sutherland on Thursday (February 12, 2015) commencing at 10am.logo
Published in The Sydney Morning Herald on Feb. 7, 2015

Monday, 9 February 2015

I hope your quirkiness is appreciated on the other side Steve, you were a good Supervisor, rest easy now , you deserve it….

 

Monday, 9 February 2015

Rest in Peace Steve, a good man, a good cop. a good supervisor…

Monday, 9 February 2015

Steve, I remember you as a young cadet with Phil Hickman at the CIB, Surry Hills, 1975. You would have been 16. You were always a friendly, happy guy. Glad to hear you had such a full adventurous life. xox
Dawn Clee, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Sunday, 8 February 2015

Steve. You touched so many lives, for the better. You truly were a good man.
Joe Bara

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/smh-au/stephen-conroy-condolences/174077665?cid=full#sthash.Te4ceKfr.dpuf

 

 

 

  • There was not a person you met in life who you had not made a personal affect on. Thank you for being apart of our lives. Xxx
    Nicole Jones signed the Guest Book
  • Kay and Rick Moriarty signed the Guest Book
  • Dear Steve
    Will always be in our hearts never to be forgotten you were and are a great mate
    Love Tina and Robert
    Rest in piece
    Tina & Robert Watkins signed the Guest Book
  • Mates for life
    Mark Smith signed the Guest Book
  • ‘Big Daddy’ our State of Origin, Tatts dinner and Casino nights will never be the same. Thank you so much for your love and friendship. You will be MISSED!!
    Steve & Tina Jones, Selina Withaneachi signed the Guest Book
  • Eternal lov 4eva bunny una xxx
    Suzerainty rugby signed the Guest Book
  • I miss him so much already
    Steve was the man of my life
    We had so many great times together
    We went separate ways when I moved to nana glen and wanted him to come too but he decided to stay in 2010
    Prior to that I was in a relationship with Steve for 4 years and friends from 1998 until when he died
    He visited me in February 2014
    God bless him and bless you all
    Gianna ceccato signed the Guest Book
  • Best mate to Joanne for over 50 years, beloved friend to Dudley and uncle sarge to Samantha. Rest in peace ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
    Jo-Anne, Dudley & Samantha allard signed the Guest Book
  • See you in heaven Steve
    Jesus saves
    Colin Cuthbertson signed the Guest Book

 

  • We will miss you Steve.
    Garry Porter signed the Guest Book
  • Till we bowl again, keep striking em mate.
    Stephen Baker signed the Guest Book
  • You will always be in my thoughts mate
    Joe Kilner signed the Guest Book
  • Mary Shelton signed the Guest Book
  • Herb Nash signed the Guest Book
  • Steve, you are one friend who will not be forgotten,.  RIP
    Mango signed the Guest Book
  • You were the funniest guy I ever worked with and I loved your humour. You were good cop too, and a loyal colleague.  Lest we forget..
    Geoff. Woodgate signed the Guest Book
  • Wish you a safe final journey. We will miss you terribly
    Trish & Kevin Gilbert signed the Guest Book
  • Gone to the bowling lanes up there will miss you down here
    Lunettes O’Keeffe signed the Guest Book
  • RIP Steve xox
    Belinha Usov signed the Guest Book
  • Great man, very good team leader,could always deliver laughs,best wishes for your new posting.
    John currie signed the Guest Book
  • Dearest Steve,  you left us way too soon!! I miss you already.  Look for me when I’m up there.  Love you! Charlene xoxo
    Charlene Levesque lit a candle for Stephen Thomas Conroy

Funeral Service location

Steven CONROY – Funeral pamphlet     .pdf

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