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Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society Rewards

Liverpool-Shipwreck

1980 - 1989

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15th October 1980

At a Meeting of the Committe of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society held at the Society's Office, Liverpool, on the 15th day of October, 1980, It was Resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to P.C. 6301 James Louis Thompson, Merseyside Police, together with the Society's Bronze Fire Medal for having made a gallant attempt to rescue a woman aged 91 who was burned to death in a fire in her flat at Wallasey, on 29th. June, 1980.

James Thomspon Bronze Fire Certificate - click to enlarge
James Thompson Bronze Fire Medal - click to enlarge

2nd June 1982

To Sgt. 4805 John A. Sayers, Merseyside Police,

Dear Sir, I am directed by my Committee to convey to you their appreciation and thanks for your highly commendable conduct at about 2 am on Saturday, 13th March, 1982, when, with another, you rescued a man from danger of drowning in the West Float, Birkenhead Docks.

James Thompson Life Saving Certificate - click to enlarge

10th November 1982

At a Meeting of the Committee of the Liverpool Shipwreck & Humane Society held on the 10th day of November 1982, IT WAS RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY that the thanks of the Committee be presented to ROBERT WOOSEY, Constable 2429 T Merseyside Police, together with the Society's RESUSCITATION CERTIFICATE for his promptitude and skill in successfully applying artificial respiration to a man who had attempted suicide by inhaling exhaust gases at Bickerstaffe on 8th June 1982

27th July 1983

At a meeting of the Committee of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society held on 27th day of July 1983, It was resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to Robert Thomas Taylor Constable 4242 Merseyside Police together with the Societies Resuscitation Certificate for his promptitude and skill in successfully applying artificial respiration, with others, to a woman who had collapsed in her home at Aintree on 12th March 1083.

14th December 1983

At the meeting of the Committee of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society, held on the 14th day of December 1983. It was Resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to John Walter Denner Sergeant 4033, Merseyside Police together with the Society's Resusitation Certificate for his promptitude and skill in successfully applying artifical respiration to a woman who had collasped in Bluebell Lane Huyton, on the 22nd December 1982

7th October 1984

It was Resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to Victor Ian Shone, Constable 4693, Merseyside Police for having rescued a young boy from drowning in Crosby 'Marina' Lake on 25th. July 1984

Vic Shone 1984 - click to enlarge

18th April 1985

Constable 4955 Joy Lisle, Merseyside Police

I am directed by my committee to convey to you their appreciation and thanks for your highly commendable conduct on 11th January 1985 when with another you made a prolonged but unfortunately unsuccessful attempt to resuscitate a young lady who had collapsed in a car near Halewood Police Station

23rd July 1986

At a Meeting of the Committe of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society held at the Society's Office, Liverpool, held on the 23rd day of July, 1986, It was Resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to Sergeant 6301 James Louis Thompson, Merseyside Police, together with the Society's Resuscitation Certificate for his promptitude and skill in successfully applying artificial respiration to a fellow officer who had collapsed while on duty at Everton Football Ground, on the 1st of March 1986

James Thompson Rescusitation Certificate - click to enlarge

20th January 1988

At a meeting of the Committee of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society held at the Society's Office, Liverpool, 20th day of January 1988, It was resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to Robert Thomas Taylor Sergeant 4242 Merseyside Police, together with the Societies Resuscitation Certificate for his promptitude and skill in successfully applying artificial respiration, to a boy aged 2 who had collapsed following an attack of asthma near Bootle Police Station on 13th September 1987.

8th March 1989

At a meeting of the committee of the Liverpool Shipwreck and Humane Society held at th Society's office Liverpool. on the 8th day of March 1989. It was Resolved Unanimously that the thanks of the Committee be presented to Ian Howard Smith, Constable 8141, Merseyside Police, for having, with others, courageously rescued a girl aged 16 from drownng in the Marine Lake, West Kirby on Saturday, 27th August, 1988.

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