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Thames Valley Police is very proud to confirm that one of our serving police officers has been awarded the King’s Police Medal.
PC Adrian Cafe, based at Milton Keynes, has been awarded the King’s Police Medal (KPM) for services to policing in the King’s Birthday Honours today (17/6).
PC Cafe has been at the forefront of local community policing for the last ten years.
He has led numerous diversionary projects, improved partnership working and dedicated himself to reducing youth violence.
PC Cafe has been recognised at a national level for the work in Milton Keynes and was invited to present to the House of Commons due to the interest in expanding this across the country.
While much of his time is taken up with supporting his communities, PC Cafe also supports the force as a local recruitment champion during visits and presentations in his neighbourhood role.
Thames Valley Police Chief Constable Jason Hogg said: “I am delighted that Adrian has been recognised for his outstanding service to policing in the King’s Birthday Honours.
“This award highlights Adrian’s commitment and hard work to protect and keep our communities safe and he should be incredibly proud of this achievement.
“He is an outstanding officer who consistently goes beyond his core role to support the community and is deserving of this national recognition.
“Adrian’s work in the community brilliantly reflects our vision to be an excellent police force trusted by all our communities.
“I know that everyone in our force will join me in extending to Adrian our sincere thanks and congratulations, giving us cause for great pride in Thames Valley Police.”
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