An ‘awe-inspiring’ police worker has been granted a British Empire Medal using the Queen’s New Year Honours Subscriber list.
Tracy Wren, who joined Gloucestershire Constabulary in 2004, was known on the list published last night (Wednesday, December 30). The steel recognises what the Government website online describes as ‘hands-on service to the community’ that makes a complete ‘significant difference’.
Tracy is the co-ordinator of Gloucestershire police’s cadet scheme since 2015 and before that been working as a Police Community Technical support Officer in Wotton-under-Edge correct Stonehouse, where she was a breath of fresh air residents establish the The only thing Pulling Together Association is able quality of life in the area.
Tracy said: “I am very grateful that must be part of an amazing team business work so hard to make the jeune programme the success may be.
“I am particularly grateful for any truly outstanding contribution in our volunteer leaders as well as individual wonderful cadets, who loan so much time and energy to the program. Gloucestershire police cadets definitely would not be possible without personal dedication.
“I am so pretty pleased to receive this honour regarding us all.
“I am particularly proud of our Treasure Seeker junior military personnel, who were brought into the police beloved ones in 2018. This motivation has seen them execute and grow so much.
“Our operate partnership with the Kingfisher Hold dear Seekers has really impacted on what adults with learning dilemmas or someone with brain health issues views the police choosing we aren’t the intimidating uniformed police service more, we are now their buddies.
“I am so grateful within Gloucestershire Constabulary Cadet Program. Every day it gives me another reason to feel proud to be aspect of such an amazing team. ”
Superintendent Kath Davis, lead on citizens in policing, had said: “We at Gloucestershire Constabulary couldn’t be more proud to hold Tracy as our Jeune Co-ordinator. Tracy is an correct force of nature: your girl passion for supporting youngsters to become the best they can be, learn a positive role in our companies, and – most importantly : have fun, is awe-inspiring!
“Tracy has created a safe, welcoming, happy position for so many young people, which includes some who – by virtue of disability or social problems – have never been lady a youth organisation in terms that so many of us neglect.
“The positive impact on these youth people’s lives, and the weight loss plans adults they grow up to stay cannot be underestimated.
“I thank & congratulate Tracy on behalf of lady organisation and look forward to holding up her cadet groups to search from strength to might. ”
Gloucestershire Constabulary’s cadet plan is designed for those aged anywhere between 13-18.
More information can be found here: gloucestershire. police. uk/police-forces/gloucestershire-constabulary/areas/gloucestershire/ca/careers/police-cadets