Cadets scoop awards for part in cyber crime battle
Winners ‘extremely honoured to be recognised for involvement’
HILLINGDON police cadet volunteers have picked up awards for helping people to avoid falling victim to cyber criminals.
Eight young cadets took part in events to teach internet safety to elderly and vulnerable communities and have scooped the Lord Ferrers award for outstanding contribution.
They received the award on September 9 at Parliament in the presence of the Home Secretary Theresa May.
George Paine, a 17year-old award recipient, said: “Winning this award was a great privilege, it started off as a small scale presentation to help vulnerable people and
n ‘PRIVILEGE’: Theresa May
George Paine, Jack Brashaw and Rebecca Bungay with the Home Secretary