An awards ceremony was held at Dubbo Police Station this week in honour of the late Senior Constable Peter Ensor.
Mr Ensor joined the NSW Police Force in May 2003, and spent the last nine years as a Senior Constable in the Dubbo Crime Scene Unit.
He became renowned for his compassion and professionalism during his career with the NSW Police Force, earning himself numerous awards and recognitions as a result.
Yesterday (Thursday 11 July 2019), Dubbo Police Station conducted an awards ceremony with the late Senior Constable Ensor’s family and colleagues.
Mr Ensor’s son, Luke, was presented with five certificates, clasps and medals on his father’s behalf.
The awards included the National Police Service Medal, National Medal, NSW Ethical and Diligent Service Medal 15-year clasp, and NSW Police Force certificate of Service.
Luke was also presented with a rank and medals display board; a tribute from work colleagues.
Commander of Crime Scenes Services Branch, Superintendent Rashelle Conroy, said the ceremony was an opportunity to acknowledge the impact Mr Ensor brought to the NSW Police Force.
“The awards are for diligent and ethical service, and were presented in honour of a valued member of the Crime Scene Services Branch at Dubbo Crime Scene,” she said.
“It was a nice opportunity for Senior Constable Ensor’s family and work colleagues at Dubbo Crime Team to formally recognise his achievements.”
Mr Ensor was laid to rest at Dubbo after his death on Thursday 4 April 2019.