BTP Citizens in Policing Awards

BTPHG Treasurer John Owen & CC Paul Crowther

The History Group was recognised in this years Citizens in Policing Awards at a special ceremony held at Islington Town Hall, London on 24th February 2020. The Chief Constable, Paul Crowther, CBE presented a Certificate of Special Recognition to John Owen representing the Group.

The Citation reads:

“The BTP History Group are the recipients for the Volunteer Special Recognition award 2020. The history group have worked incredibly hard over the past few years to ensure the history of BTP is preserved. The team have travelled the length of the country to take recorded interviews with past and present members of staff and they have recorded details of some wonderful BTP memories. To collect the award to celebrate their dedication, commitment and enthusiasm on behalf of the group is John Owen”.

The assembled award winners and senior staff at Islington Town hall.

Citizens in Policing is vital to the work that BTP does and the awards are be an opportunity to formally recognise the excellent work that has been completed in the following categories:
Special Constable Supervisor of the Year
Special Constable Certificate of Achievement 5 years in Service
Special Constable Certificate of Achievement Independent Patrol
RSAS Team of the Year
RSAS Member of the Year
Best Cadet Leader
Best Cadet B Division
Best Cadet C Dvision
Volunteer of the Year
Volunteer Special Recognition
Outstanding commitment to an Independent Advisory or Scrutiny Group
Chaplain or Rail Pastor Special Recognition

1 comment to BTP Citizens in Policing Awards

  • ken avis

    Wow, well done to all concerned. Proud that you are part of the BTP family I served for 42 years!! Ken Avis MBE