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Superintendents among those recognised in New Year's Honours

Police officers, staff and volunteers from across the country have been recognised in the King’s New Year’s Honours List.
A total of 36 police and law enforcement personnel from all ranks, and performing a wide range of roles within the policing family, have been awarded honours for their services to policing.
A number of current and former superintendents are amongst those recognised this year.
Acting President of the Police Superintendents’ Association, Nick Smart said: “I would like to offer my warmest congratulations to all the recipients of this year’s New Year’s Honours.

“Seeing current or retired superintendents, alongside other police officers, staff and volunteers celebrated and recognised for all they do for our Service and our communities is fitting, and a rightful reflection of their efforts.
“These people will often have spent years dedicating their careers, or their own time, to support and benefit others, and we are grateful and appreciative of this dedication to service.
“On behalf of everyone at the Police Superintendents’ Association, thank you and congratulations to every recipient.”

The full New Year’s Honours List can be viewed here.