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Date: 26th October 2016
Welcome to Augusts edition of the Billboard!
This year marked the 21st Anniversary of the Police Bravery Awards. This year’s very worthy winner was PC Sean Cannon, who was also awarded a Chief Constables Commendation and a Bronze Medal from The Royal Humane Society for saving the lives of five members of the same family in a particularly nasty house fire.
Amber Rudd was in attendance for her very first event as Home Secretary; speaking at the ceremony she said: “In this phenomenal job that I have been asked to do I'm just a little bit in awe to hear these personal stories which will remind me of the individuals that make up this extraordinary, wonderful police service.
"I want to thank the Police Federation for this event which has made a dramatic and personable impression on me, my first event as Home Secretary."
All eight region winners’ stories are included inside, each as deserving and inspirational as PC Cannons.
A huge thank you to all the winners and nominees for your dedication to protecting the public, often with little thought to your own safety, you truly make the British police force the best in the world.