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Last Updated: 10/11/2023
Police & Crime Commissioner Alun Michael joined officers and staff for the South Wales Police Service of Remembrance on Friday, 10th November, 2023.
The service took place at police Headquarters, Bridgend in memory of all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for others.
Police and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael:
“In our Services of Remembrance we explain why we are there with the words ‘lest we forget’ and it is important for this to be about individual men and women whose lives were cut short through the brutality and tragedy of war.
“Still, today, many people, including in communities across South Wales, are affected by conflicts around the world, and we join them in hoping and praying for peace on all fronts and an end to their suffering.
“Ceremonies such as this bring people together as we remember all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the interests of those they left behind.
“This day of reflection reminds us of the precious relationships that we have with our loved ones, colleagues and friends.
“We remember those from South Wales Police who have died in the line of duty, and we think of their families. Today is an act of remembrance but a moment of celebration too, of their lives and service to the communities of South Wales.”
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