Meadowgate School student is voluntary police cadet of the year

PUBLISHED: 09:44 04 July 2018

Kyron Tibbles of Meadowgate volunteer police wins cadet of the year. PHOTO: Wisbech Police

Kyron Tibbles of Meadowgate volunteer police wins cadet of the year. PHOTO: Wisbech Police

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A student from Meadowgate School in Wisbech has been named voluntary police cadet of the year.

Kyron Tibbles was presented with a certificate for being voted as top cadet.

A Cambridgeshire Police spokesman said: “Huge congratulations to Kyron Tibbles from Meadowgate Volunteer Police Cadets for winning cadet of the year 2018.

“The award is very well deserved and we are all extremely proud of Kyron.”

Cambridgeshire Police runs the volunteer cadet scheme with the aim of strengthening the voice of younger people in policing we well as steering those at risk of criminality away from a life of crime.

The scheme encourages a spirit of adventure and good citizenship and can count towards formal qualifications and evidencing voluntary work for the Princes Trust or Duke of Edinburgh Award schemes.

• If you are aged 13-18 and interested in policing, then to find out more or apply to get involved, please email cadets@cambs.pnn.police.uk.


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