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Three volunteer police cadets from our force have been recognised at an awards ceremony in Stoke-on-Trent for their exceptional commitment to giving back to society.
(left to right - Harry Thorpe, Lewis Cuffe and Jack Rowland)
The Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Youth Awards were held at Stoke City Football Club on Friday (18 November) to celebrate the achievements of young people in Staffordshire.
Jack Rowland, part of the Tamworth Cadet Unit, and Harry Thorpe and Lewis Cuffe, both of the Lichfield Cadet Unit, were recognised for their achievements.
Jack was presented with a Special Recommendation Award, while Harry won the Youth Volunteer Award, recognising his outstanding contribution towards volunteering within his community.
Lewis was a runner-up for the Outstanding Contribution to Community Award.
Helen Neeson, Volunteers Co-ordinator at Staffordshire Police, said: “I’m immensely proud of all three cadets who have quite rightly been recognised for their achievements.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate our own policing cadets on their success and thank them for their ongoing support in making their communities safer places to live.”
Anyone interested in becoming a Staffordshire Police Cadet or would like more information on volunteering as a leader, visit our website or email [email protected].