Police officer from Wembley shot dead in Kenya
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PC Jamal Moghe served as a Special Constable in Brent
A police officer who lived and served in Brent has been shot dead while on a charity trip to Kenya.
Jamal Moghe, 26, who lived in Wembley, was understood to have been killed on January 12 (Saturday).
PC Moghe worked for Ealing Police but also served as a Special Constable in Brent.
Special Constables are a force of trained volunteers who work with and support their local police.
Paying tribute, Ealing Borough Commander Andy Rowell said: “We were all shocked and saddened to hear of Jamal’s death.
“He was a popular member of the team at Ealing Borough, and he also chose to serve his community by volunteering as a Special.
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“Our thoughts are with his wife and family at this time.”
More to follow.