16th August 2018 | Lieutenancy News

Forty-seven serving police officers celebrated reaching their Independent Patrol Status

Forty-seven serving police officers celebrated reaching their Independent Patrol Status at a Passing Out Parade at Loseley House. Chief Constable Ephgrave and Assistant Chief Constable Burton attended the parade, together with the Lord-Lieutenant and Mrs Sarah More-Molyneux and the High Sheriff of Surrey 2018-19, Jim Glover. The officers paraded in front of Loseley House, accompanied by the military Band and Bugles of The Rifles and watched and supported by family, friends and colleagues. The Chief Constable said: “Independent patrol is the first milestone in an officer’s career and they have all worked extremely hard to get this far. I think it is very important to recognise the commitment and dedication from each and every one of them and to celebrate their progress.”

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