The Day Job Gallery 8


Being stopped by the police in a 1949 Austin J 40 for pedalling without due care and attention. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2540)
Photograph from Bee Bailey
Police inspector and two Police Community Support Officers at the Minatour, Promenade, Cheltenham. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1506 -3)
Automatic Number Plate Recognition deployment for G8 Summit 4th – 9th July 2005, A822, Muthill, Scotland. Left to right: Mike Addis,Mick Morris, Kevin Roseblade, Andy Baker, Baz Williams, Bill Jenkins, Paul Thomas, Tony Wallace. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2252)
Start of an early shift, 2006 Barton Street Police Station. From left to right: Police Constables Greg Steer; Rob Wheatma;, Nige Rustage; Bailey; Crumpy and Bear. Police Sergeant Wilkinson. Photograph taken after a coffee in the back yard. Mugs were neatly put out of shot by the back door. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2575)
Photograph from Bee Bailey
This was the last duty day for Police Constable Paul Thomas, a Paramedic before he joined the Gloucestershire Constabulary, before he emigrated to Australia, to serve in Perth, Western Australia. Left to right; Police Constables Lloyd Birch, Martyn Hillier on a BMW R1150RT, Martin Gardner, Ben Smith, Police Sergeants Andy Evans andJohn Bunce, Police Constable Paul Thomas (on the Honda ST1300) three unknown air crew, Police Constable Tony Wallace at the back and Police Constables Andy Baker & Bill Jenkins. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2171)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
Police Support Unit - Kent August 2008 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6023)
Photograph from Rob Dike
Police Support Unit - Kent August 2008 (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6022)
Photograph from Rob Dike
Four Gloucestershire motorcyclists at the national BikeSafe show 2009, hosted by the Metropolitan Police at Hendon. Left to right - Police Constables Richard Kent, Martyn Hillier, Simon Meredith & Andy Baker. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2163)
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
The construction of Berkeley nuclear power station began in 1956. Electricity generation started in 1962 and ran for 27 years, until 1989. In March 2012 the first five of the 310-tonne boilers were removed from the station. The trailer had 96 wheels, & the all up weight, with both locomotives, was 400 tonnes. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2164) They were drawn, & pushed, by two heavy locomotives up into Berkeley town centre, then around the ring road to Sharpness, where they were loaded onto barges to take them to Sweden for decontamination and recycling. Although only a 4.5 mile journey, the first convoy took a good two hours, as trees had to be trimmed back, telephone cables removed, road signs & bollards likewise. This first trip was on Cheltenham Gold Cup day, 16/03/2012, Police Constable Simon Ross and Police Constable Martyn Hillier came away from the races to escort the load. This BMW motorcycle was an R1200RT demonstration model from BMW which was also trialling an on-bike ANPR system. The ANPR camera, a small black object pointing forward, can be seen just above the right hand blue light.
Photograph from Martyn Hillier
BMW RT 1200 motorcycle on Olympic Torch escort duties for the London Olympics 2012. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6069)
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