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Special Constabulary long service medal

Date made: mid 20th century

Maker: Royal Mint

Description: An Elizabeth II issue Special Constabulary long service medal. Impressed around rim to 'William A. Owen.'

William Owen lived at 15 Barrule Drive Onchan. A police special constable for many years (retired 1960s?) he loved the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy (TT) races and would always be on duty at Signpost Corner - he never missed a year.

The medal may be awarded to Special Constables who are recommended by the Chief Officer of Police of the department in which they serve so long as they have served for at least nine years, and willingly and competently discharged their duty as a Special Constable.

Measurements: overall: 10 cm x 5 cm x 1 cm

Materials: bronze

Object name: medal

Collection: Social History Collection

ID Number: 2010-0268

Subject tags : #TT&MOTORSPORT


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