Inspector Darren Sear Police Medal & Testimonial on Vellum
Inspector Darren Sear of Nottinghamshire Police was awarded the Royal Humane Society's Testimonial on Vellum for his bravery in saving the life of a woman who had gone into the sea in the dark at Anderby Creek, Skegness.
Dr David Ashworth was a friend of a family which included a woman who suffered from clinical depression who had fled in a distressed state. Believing she was going to the railway David went to the station to find that the woman had already jumped from the footbridge onto the track.
Dr Matthew Smith had just got off the train at Leytonstone Underground Station when he heard screaming. People were running away from the entrance to the station and shouting there was a man with a knife.
PC Roger Brown, PC Stuart Dickerson, Chief Brigadier Patrice Martin Testimonial on Parchment
Chief Superintendent Steve Neil was commander of a delegation of English police assisting French officers with crime prevention during the European Football Championships. They were in the area of the Cours Honore d’Estienne d’Orves in Marseille when an organized gang of Russian men, estimated at 200 strong, carried out an unprovoked attack on England supporters.
SC Maria Hegarty Metropolitan Police Service and David Tyler Testimonial on Vellum
A man left his house in north London and was attacked by a man with a knife. He sustained wounds to his heart, liver, lungs and arteries. Maria Hegarty, a neighbour and off duty Special Constable, saw what happened and told her mother to call the police. She then went out and approached the attacker.