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96 New recruits attested as police constables

Beth Eyres is following in her family’s footsteps by becoming their third generation of police officer.

The 25-year olds father and grandfather were both police officers. Her father was a detective in CID and her grandfather was in the regional serious crime squad.

Beth said: “I have wanted to be a police officer from an early age and watching my family inspired me into joining.

“I am looking forward to seeing where my career will take me and want to be a part of the community I’ll be policing.”

Beth will be posted to the Trafford Division. She and 95 other new recruits were attested into the role of police constable last Tuesday at a formal ceremony held at Stockport Town Hall.

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