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The outstanding work of officers and colleagues was celebrated at Cheshire Constabulary's annual ACE (Achieving Cheshire Excellence) Awards on Friday 21 October.
An ACE Award is the highest accolade that can be awarded to an individual or team that has gone that extra mile or demonstrated exceptional commitment to policing in Cheshire.
This year's ceremony was the eighth annual event and took place at Rookery Hall Hotel and Spa in Nantwich.
The event was presented by ITV weather presenter Emma Jesson.
A total of eleven awards were issued for a range of fantastic work which took place across the force during the period June 2021 to May 2022.
Chief Constable Mark Roberts said: "The ACE Awards give us the chance to highlight and celebrate the outstanding work of individuals and teams across the Constabulary, and we have once again seen the exceptional hard work and dedication of our officers and colleagues in this year's nominations.
“We have made huge progress as a force during the past 12-months as we strive to achieve our mission of delivering even safer communities for the whole of Cheshire whilst making the county a hostile place for criminals.
“I would like to congratulate the winners of each of the 11 award categories and thank all those who nominated an individual or a team this year.
"The ACE Awards highlight the fact that we have some truly outstanding people at Cheshire Constabulary.
"The award winners and shortlisted finalists thoroughly deserve recognition for their dedicated service to both the Force and the communities we serve."
Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer added: “I am so proud of every nominee and winner at this year's ACE Awards. There are so many talented officers, staff and volunteers throughout the Constabulary and great examples of them going above and beyond, that it is only right that we celebrate their efforts and achievements.
“Their commitment to making Cheshire an even safer place to live, work and visit is inspirational. The categories just show the wide range of fantastic work being done across the force and I would like to thank the nominees, winners and every member of the police family for their dedication to keeping Cheshire's residents safe."
You can view more images from the evening on our Flickr page.