MBEs for PCSOs in the Queen’s Birthday Honours. 2010
Sam Sagar: After retiring is now
a PCSO in the Bradford area
PCSO Sam Sagar:

Sam began his career in Batley but spent the vast majority of it serving the Bradford area before retiring as an Inspector in 2002. He initially began to work as a volunteer but returned to policing as a PCSO in June 2003 and has been based in the Frizinghall area since.

"I didn't expect it and it has very much come out of the blue,” said Sam.

“I feel really privileged and it is as much for my family as myself as they have had to put up with the long hours over the years.

“I still thoroughly enjoy my role and I still get as much from it as I hope the people who we serve do. I will be continuing for as long as my health holds.” . . . more info

PCSO Smith has been given the honour for services to policing after 10 years as special constable and four years walking the beat in the seaside town.

"I think gobsmacked has to be the understatement of the century. I couldn't believe it.

"I got a letter a few weeks ago telling me I had been put forward, but I didn't think it would be confirmed.

"It is a huge honour and I cannot wait to attend the palace."

PCSO Smith moved to the East Yorkshire coast five years ago to retire.

She said: "I have always worked with people who need help, I love helping people, I love my job and I love the people of Bridlington. . . . more on this here
PCSO Elizabeth Ann Smith:
Elizabeth Ann Smith,
East Riding, Yorks
PCSO, Bridlington