Barnet PCSO named Metropolitan Police's best at Excellence in Policing Awards

Mr Burda collected his award from Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

Mr Burda collected his award from Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

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A Barnet PCSO was named the best in his field at a Metropolitan Police awards ceremony.

Justin Burda won the PCSO of the year prize at the annual Excellence in Policing Awards held in central London yesterday (Wednesday) evening.

The part-time officer was lauded for his ability to recognise the faces of suspects from circulated images.

He has identified and apprehended 26 suspects in his ward in the past 12 months and was praised for being proactive in improving communication about and recognition of offenders.

Mr Burda collected his award from Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.

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11:59am Fri 24 Jan 14

Barnet Parker says...

Congratulations and well deserved Justin. A great servant of the people of Brunswick Park.
Congratulations and well deserved Justin. A great servant of the people of Brunswick Park. Barnet Parker
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