Brent police officer pays tribute to colleague shot dead in Kenya
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Jamal Moghe who worked as a special constable in Brent died on Saturday
Brent’s top police officer has paid tribute to a volunteer police worker from Wembley who was shot dead in Kenya.
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.
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.”