Volunteer Police Cadets hold annual parade in Bromley

PUBLISHED: 14:53 16 May 2014

The 13th Annual Presentation Parade was held at the Warren Sports Club.

The 13th Annual Presentation Parade was held at the Warren Sports Club.


Bromley Police’s Volunteer Police Cadets held their 13th Annual Presentation Parade at the Warren Sports Club on May 8.

100 cadets marched under the command of the Parade Marshal and Bromley’s Youth Engagement Officer PC Neill Tully, inspected by Bromley’s Deputy Borough Commander Det Supt Jo Oakley and Deputy Mayor Cllr Judi Ellis.

PC Tully said: “Bromley is a showcase, a great team and we embrace the qualities that our cadets bring to the family of the MPS. All the cadets performed exceptionally well. They are a credit to the young people of Bromley.

“The enthusiasm of our cadets is fantastic. All of them volunteer to give up their free time to take part in operations and events in the community and I am very proud of the huge amount of work and effort they put in.”

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