West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner recognises dedication of White Rose Police Officer (23 Nov 2015)

The West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Mark Burns-Williamson visited the White Rose Shopping Centre on Monday to recognise the dedication to duty of a Police Officer.

He was there to give PC Stan Julien, who is based at the centre, an award for 10 years of work as a Police Officer at the centre.

He was also given a talk about crime prevention at the Centre and held a question and answer session with security staff.

The Police and Crime Commissioner, said:

"Officers like PC Julien help to keep our communities safer and feeling safer and I was more than happy to go and recognise his work and commitment.

"I would like to thank PC Julien for all that he does and other officers who day in day out go out of their way to keep people safe.

"It was also good to speak to staff at the shopping centre and to listen to the challenges they face and to pass on my own advice about crime prevention."

Dean Stratton, centre manager at White Rose Shopping Centre, said: "We'd like to thank the Commissioner for coming to the centre to recognise the hard work and dedication of PC Stan Julien. It was a privilege to host his visit in celebration of PC Julien, who is an integral part of the team here at White Rose.

"Everyone at the centre would like to congratulate PC Julien on his milestone anniversary in his role as part of the Police team here. His commitment and level of service in the role are testament to his character and we look forward to continuing to see PC Julien patrolling the malls for many more years to come."

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West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Mark Burns-Williamson with PC Julien and Centre Manager Dean Stratton
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