A police constable for Abbots has been recognised for her hard work after winning Three Rivers’ Chief Inspector Award.
PC Amanda Douglas (pictured alongside Three Rivers Detective Inspector Stewart Moulding), from the Abbots Langley Safer Neighbourhood Team, was presented with the award at the Three Rivers Annual Awards earlier this month.
Amanda joined the team in January 2020 and she works to tackle concerns which have a detrimental impact on the lives of local residents, such as anti-social behaviour and drug crime.
Amanda is known for “approaching work with a maturity and an empathy that cannot be faulted”, and for “going above and beyond to see a job through”.
Other winners on the day were Investigator Gary Sibson as Staff Member of the Year, Sergeant Rob Loveday for Manager of the Year and PC Iain Rosser, who was chosen for the Three Rivers’ Chief Inspector Award.
Chief Inspector Adam Such said: “It was a pleasure to present Amanda, Gary, Iain and Rob with their awards, which were all richly deserved.
“We all know how tough the past year has been, but in Three Rivers we are lucky to have incredible colleagues who have carried us through the difficult times. Well done to you all.”