Security Officer Roger Vanhinsbergh has been praised by Cambridgeshire Constabulary for the “endless hours of service” he has given to the police through his role at Wisbech Horsefair Shopping Centre.
For the past seven years Roger has worked closely with the local police to reduce crime and plays a proactive role in the community.
In a letter sent to Kevin Smith, centre manager at the Horsefair, Inspector Robin Sissons, praised Roger for his dedicated service both for his work at the shopping centre and with the local business community. “Roger has made himself such an important part of the community that police officers often make him the first port of call prior to any investigation, and this is due to his knowledge and work ethic”.
“The local business community have a great working relationship with Roger and he regularly liaises with them with any information regarding the Shop Watch system and known criminals”, he added.
In recognition of the work that he has carried out at on behalf of the Horsefair, Kevin Smith presented Roger with gift vouchers, and also he received a Certificate of merit from his employers City Security Service and a framed version of the letter from Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
“We highly value the work that Roger carries out at the shopping centre and I know he has a lot of respect from our customers. We are delighted to publicly mark this”, said Kevin.
Gary Clarke, managing director of City Security Services said: “Roger has been instrumental in ensuring that the Horsefair Shopping Centre is a safe and welcoming place to visit. He has been commended by Wisbech Police on several occasions and is well respected by the local people. It is an honour to have him as an employee.’
Pictured: Roger Vanhinsbergh (centre) awarded a certificate from Gary Clarke, managing director of City Security Services Limited and a series of gift vouchers from Horsefair manager, Kevin Smith (right).