Road and transport police officer in Brent awarded for professionalism
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A police officer in Brent has been awarded for his work surrounding a traffic collision.
Det Con Charlie Pulling, who worked in the Met’s serious collision investigation unit at Alperton Traffic Garage, won the Livia Award for professionalism and service to justice at a ceremony in Westminster on November 12.
Det Con Pulling, who joined the Met in 2004, was praised for his investigation of a road traffic collision on August 26, 2016, which resulted in serious injury to a 59-year-old man and his two-year-old grandson in Harrow.
He established that a suspect had been using his mobile phone while driving, which was proved in court.
The man was sentenced to two years in jail, suspended for two years.
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Det Con Pulling “showed the highest level of support for the family of the victims, as well as taking every possible step in pursuit of justice,” a spokesman said.
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