Hertfordshire Deputy Chief Constable scoops gong in Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Hertfordshire Deputy Chief Constable scoops gong in Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Hertfordshire Deputy Chief Constable Michelle Dunn has been awarded the Queen’s Policing Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Michelle said: “I am both delighted and honoured to be recognised in this way. This award is not just about my contribution to policing, it’s about the talented individuals and teams I have had the pleasure of working with over the years, who have shared the same passion and values about public service and helped me get the job done.

“The police service is brimming with dedicated teams and units who will always go the extra mile and I am proud to have played my part in many operations and initiatives dedicated to keeping people safe and bringing offenders to justice.

“I also want to thank my family for their unstinting loyalty and care over the years, they have always encouraged me to be the best that I can and I would not have been able to progress my career without their understanding and support.”

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