08:17AM, Wednesday 14 November 2012
A dedicated police community support officer (PCSO) has been recognised for her efforts with a major award.
Liz was recognised for her work on a number of projects, including her idea earlier this year to introduce cuddly PCSO mascots, named Proud and Respect, to help get serious messages across to children.
She also acts as a tutor for other PCSOs and regularly visits day centres for the elderly to talk about their concerns.
Liz, who grew up in Littlewick Green, said: "I just enjoy meeting and working with people.
"There's a lot of variety and it's never boring, and that's what I like."
The awards were announced last month.
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