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on 08/02/2007 at 15:44

I have served in both Central Scotland as it was then Stirling and Clackmannan Police Force in 1955 and finished in Metropolitan in 1984. We now have a memorial in both England and Scotland. It's good to see that you have one in Scotland at last. Good Luck.
 
on 06/01/2007 at 22:24

I am a current Strathclyde officer serving in Greenock and would like to thanks those at SPMT for the work they do
 
on 25/12/2006 at 01:42

It's Christmas Eve and one tends to do a lot of reflection at this time of year......and that is why I looked up my fathers name on Google and found this site.
My Dad, Sergeant Ross Hunt was murdered on 5 June 1983.
So this is a Christmas message for him and all police families...you are not forgotten and are still in our hearts.
Thank you to those that maintain this site. Be well. Ross Hunt Jr. and family.
Be well
Ross
 
on 17/10/2006 at 19:20

As a former officer and wife of a retired officer I came across this site today, it is a fantastic and very worthwhile cause. There are names on it of collegues of my husband's and we wondered if it is possible to visit the site in person or must it be by prior arrangement

Webmaster's reply : Persons wishing to visit the memorial can do so between 0900-1700 daily.
 
on 01/10/2006 at 01:16

IT IS VERY SOBERING WHEN I THINK THAT I KNEW BOB OLIVER WHO WAS MY INSPECTOR IN IRVINE AND KILWINNING WITH THE BTP.SIMILARLY JOHN BOYLE HAD BEEN ON MY BTP SHIFT PRIOR TO HIS TRANSFER TO STRATHCLYDE.EDDIE WALTON WAS IN MY CLASS AT TULLIALLAN AND MALKIE HERD WAS A CADET WITH ME IN STRATHCLYDE.
GREAT SITE GUYS KEEP THE GREAT WORK UP!
 
on 08/09/2006 at 14:09

I am currently a student at the Scottish Police College - C Division - and an officer with Grampian Police. On Wednesday 6th September 2006, I had the honour of parading during this years memorial service for Scottish Police Officers.
I would like everyone to know that I feel it was a massive privilege given to me that day to honour fellow officers by attending such an emotional event. I would like to thank the SPMT and i hope the service continues to be an annual event.

Webmaster's reply : It was great to see you and your colleagues on parade. Some of the comments on the day included how proud it made people to see you march past the Memorial and the tremendous feeling of support it gave to the families as you all stood in formation during the service. Please pass on our thanks to your course.

Stu
 
on 30/08/2006 at 16:47

Washington State Concerns of Police Survivors stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Scotland who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Godspeed, and know that your sacrifices are not forgotten.
 
on 15/08/2006 at 21:12

Our best wishes on the memorial, as everyone has said well over due give our front line police force something to remember for years to come, all the best from http://international.prideofglasgow.com our community wish you all the best.
 
on 07/06/2006 at 17:13

On behalf of SPMT welcome to our Guestbook which has now been re-established following an endless blitz from 'spammers'. We appreciate all the messages of support in the past and have worked to ensure that all messages from our previous Guestbook remain visible. We look forward to hearing from more visitors to our website.
 
on 06/04/2005 at 01:51

Great site however do not see my old boss Insp Robert Pryce Oliver BTP who died of a heart attack on mobile patrol in Stranraer in July 1985 or PC Paul REILLY BTP who in 1979 was murdered by his wife. Tam Williamson PS 2219 BTP

Webmaster's reply : Thanks Tam, as you will be aware Insp Oliver has now been added to the Roll and the Memorial. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

Stu.
 
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