Newest recruit to Glossop policing team
Thursday 2nd November 2017 @ 12:58 by Adam Higgins
Community Glossop Chronicle News

Glossop Safer Neighbourhood Team’s latest recruit was sworn into Derbyshire Constabulary at a ceremony recently. 

Clayton Moores, 21, from Macclesfield, studied Community Policing and Criminal Investigation at the University of Chester, during which he volunteered as a Special Constable for Cheshire Constabulary as well as working at Sainsbury’s as a customer service assistant.

Sixteen new constables – nine women and seven men, aged between 21 and 40 – were welcomed to the force by Assistant Chief Constable Chris Haward.

He said: “Taking the oath is an occasion they will remember for a long time. It is a significant step; one that will now see them contribute to delivering the best possible service to the people of Derbyshire.”

 

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Joining the Glossop team: PC Clayton Moores