Stanley Stevens

Police Officer's Record of Service
Full Name Stanley Edgar STEVENS
Date Appointed 16th June 1919
Collar Number 45
Date of Discharge 1st January 1946

Appointed 3rd class constable 16th June 1919

Credited with pay of 72/- per week from 16th June 1920

Granted a second increment of 2/6 per week from 16th June 1941

Credited with pay of 86/- pw 1927

Credited with pay of 90/- pw 1929.


Posted to Bletchley 20th August 1919

Posted to Stoke Goldington 13th May 1924

Posted to New Bradwell 1st December 1941 (up to retirement on 1st January 1946)

Stanley Stevens was 23 years old when he joined the Bucks Constabulary 5ft. 10 ¾ in tall with hazel eyes and brown hair he was of proportionate build married with no children. Born in Aylesbury He was a Bakers Roundsman. He lived at Bierton Road Post Office, Aylesbury.

He served for 3 years and 10 months in the Army first in the Service Corps and then in the Machine4 Gun Corps (transferring on the 19th May 1917). On the 2nd August he landed in France. He left the Army on the 23rd May 1919.

He lived at 25 Thompson St. while stationed at Bradwell. After retirement he moved to Bradwell Road, Bradwell. He then moved to the Isle of White – ‘Elstan’ Pellhurst Rd., Ryde. It is believe he died only a short time after his move to the Isle of White around 1958. His wife Clementina returned to Bucks living at 13 Church Road Sherington (this has yet to be confirmed).


26th February 1925 - examined for sergeant “Failed”

1st June 1926 - examined for sergeant “Failed”

18th June 1929 - examined for sergeant “Failed”

Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 19th November 1927.

PC 45 Stanley Stevens is reprimanded for failing to make up his journal on return for duty at 1am on the 12th November 1927.

Signed Otway Mayne, Major, Chief Constable

Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 14th April 1945

Home Office Circular No. 49/1945.

Police and Firemen (War Service) Acts 1939 - 1944.

Police Constable 45 Stanley Stevens having completed the required period of approved service has given notice of his desire to retire on the 16th June 1945. Consent to retire having been withheld his pension is guaranteed in accordance with the above, based upon the annual rate of pensionable pay given - £320.18.0.

Signed T.R.P. Warren Colonel, Chief Constable.

Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 23rd June 1945.

Grant of 12 ½ % and 5% non-pensionable allowances.

Police Constable Stanley Stevens (New Bradwell) 16/6/45.

Signed E.J. Rowlandson A.C.C.

Chief Constable's Office, Aylesbury, 15th November 1945.

Resignation Police Constable 45 Stanley Stevens (New Bradwell) 1st January 1946. Pension £213.18.9d per annum.

Signed T.R.P. Warren Colonel, Chief Constable.

**Records on this officer are complete**

Details were taken from the ‘Record of Service’ and ‘General Order’ books

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