Two officers commended for contribution to OCG convictions at awards ceremony – Thames Valley
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Two Thames Valley Police officers were recognised for their part in the convictions of several organised crime group (OCG) members at the latest Chief Constable’s Awards ceremony.
They were recognised at the event at the Cotswold Hotel and Spa near Chipping Norton on 23 November.
Sergeant Dom Mahon and PC Julia Stroud were commended for their actions in relation to Operation Jumpsuit, a tenacious investigation that ultimately led to five OCG members being jailed for a significant period of time following a fatal road traffic collision on the B4011 in Oxfordshire on 10 June 2020.
Their actions are an exceptional example of supporting all of the force values and policing principles.
Sgt Mahon said: “I feel so proud to be part of a small team dedicated to finding answers for the bereaved, and bringing those responsible for avoidable road deaths to justice."
For more information about the other award winners at the ceremony, visit this site.