Welwyn Garden City 5-year-old wins crime prevention competition

PUBLISHED: 11:00 10 December 2017

Pictured left to right: George Swain (5), Assistant Chief Constable Bill Jephson and Jayden Pawsey (7). Picture credit Hertfordshire Constabulary.

Pictured left to right: George Swain (5), Assistant Chief Constable Bill Jephson and Jayden Pawsey (7). Picture credit Hertfordshire Constabulary.

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The lucky young winners of this year's Hertfordshire Constabulary Halloween and Bonfire Night competition have been presented with their prizes and certificates.

The competition was open to children from the ages of five through to 16, with tickets to Play 360, Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne and the Harry Potter Warner Bros. tour up for grabs.

In order to be in with a chance of winning, youngsters were asked to read through some safety and crime prevention advice on the constabulary’s Halloween and Bonfire Night web pages, and then to answer a series of multiple choice questions.

The five to eight category winners were five-year-old George Swain from Welwyn Garden City, who claimed the family ticket to Play 360, and Jayden Pawsey from Hertford.

They were presented with their tickets, certificates and some goodie bags at the Constabulary’s Headquarters in Welwyn Garden City by Assistant Chief Constable Bill Jephson.

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