Stephen Williams Honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours

On Thursday the 11th, February 2016, Brother Stephen John Williams, a member of Custodes Pacis Lodge in Llandudno was presented with the Q.P.M (Queens Police Medal) by H.M Prince Charles, during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

The honour was bestowed on Stephen, in recognition of his distinguished police service, and was awarded in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Stephen retired from North Wales Police, in May 2014 after 31 years of dedicated and distinguished service to the communities of the region. He retired in the rank of Police Inspector.

Towards the end of his Police service, Stephen was the Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales and represented the interests of 130,000 Police Officers up to the rank of Chief Inspector.

This important and demanding office meant that Stephen had frequent dialogue with the Prime Minister and also other leading politicians, including the Home Secretary.

Stephen is a native of Llandudno and still lives in the area. He is married and has five children. He is an avid supporter of the Welsh National Rugby team and is Vice President of the ‘Rugbi Gogledd Cymru’ (RGC), which is the North Wales regional rugby team. He is also a member of the Maesdu Golf Club at Llandudno.

Stephen Williams Honoured in theQueen's Birthday Honours

On Thursday the 11th, February 2016, Brother Stephen John Williams, a member of Custodes Pacis Lodge in Llandudno was presented with the Q.P.M (Queens Police Medal) by H.M Prince Charles, during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

The honour was bestowed on Stephen, in recognition of his distinguished police service, and was awarded in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Stephen retired from North Wales Police, in May 2014 after 31 years of dedicated and distinguished service to the communities of the region. He retired in the rank of Police Inspector.

Towards the end of his Police service, Stephen was the Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales and represented the interests of 130,000 Police Officers up to the rank of Chief Inspector.

This important and demanding office meant that Stephen had frequent dialogue with the Prime Minister and also other leading politicians, including the Home Secretary.

Stephen is a native of Llandudno and still lives in the area. He is married and has five children. He is an avid supporter of the Welsh National Rugby team and is Vice President of the ‘Rugbi Gogledd Cymru’ (RGC), which is the North Wales regional rugby team. He is also a member of the Maesdu Golf Club at Llandudno.

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