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PC Judith cuts crime by a quarter

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 14:55 UK time, Monday, 12 November 2007

We've just received a press release about the Jane's Police Review Gala Awards 2007 saying that PC Judith McCulloch, based in Rhyl, has been nominated for the Community Police Officer of the Year Award after she helped to plan and carry out Operation Avalanche which led to a 25 per cent drop in retail related crime on her beat.

Other nominees from North Wales Police up for an award later this month include the Open Door Project team which has been nominated for the Diversity in Action Award for their work in creating a 'virtual' help centre, providing translation services to the Polish community.

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