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Dedicated PCSO wins Thames Valley Police award

Dedicated PCSO wins Thames Valley Police award

James Preston

Dedicated PCSO wins Thames Valley Police award
PCSO Liz Davidson

A dedicated police community support officer (PCSO) has been recognised for her efforts with a major award.

Liz Davidson, PCSO for Cookham, Bisham, Hurley and the Walthams, was the winner of PCSO of the year at the Thames Valley Police Community Policing Awards 2012.

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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