Brent police officer pays tribute to colleague shot dead in Kenya

Chief Superintendent Matthew Gardner

Chief Superintendent Matthew Gardner - Credit: Archant

Jamal Moghe who worked as a special constable in Brent died on Saturday

Jamal Moghe, who was shot dead in Kenya. Credit. www.policespecials.com

Jamal Moghe, who was shot dead in Kenya. Credit. www.policespecials.com - Credit: Archant

Brent’s top police officer has paid tribute to a volunteer police worker from Wembley who was shot dead in Kenya.

Jamal Moghe, who was shot dead in Kenya. Credit. www.policespecials.com

Jamal Moghe, who was shot dead in Kenya. Credit. www.policespecials.com - Credit: Archant

Jamal Moghe, 26, was shot on Saturday, January 12, while on a charity trip.

PC Moghe, who was stationed with Ealing Police, was also a Special Constable in Brent.

Paying tribute, Brent’s borough commander, Chief Superintendent, Matthew Gardner described it as a ‘tragic loss’ for the community.


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He said: “Jamal Moghe was an integral part of the volunteer family.

“He has given much to the community in terms of his volunteer work and recently received two commendations.”

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Special Constables are a force of trained volunteers who work with and support their local police.

PC Moghe lived in Wembley and was also described as a ‘popular member of the team’ in Ealing Borough.

Det Supt Gardner added: “He was one of our most active Special Constables, helping to keep Brent residents safe.

“He was a popular member of the staff and our hearts go out to his family, friends, and colleagues, of which there are many. He will sorely missed.”

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