Police Roll of Honour - Lest We Forget

Remembering British Police Officers who Lost their Lives in the Line of Duty

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In Memory of British Police Officers who Lost their Lives in the Line of Duty

States of Jersey Police



George Le Cronier


Island of Jersey

Died 28 February 1846, aged 72

While attempting to arrest a woman on a charge of keeping a brothel, she took a
large carving knife off a table and stabbed him in the stomach causing internal
bleeding from which he died the following day.

The woman was convicted of his killing and sentenced to transportation for life.

George had served for 8 years in the honorary office of Centenier and is
one of the oldest peace officers known to have been killed on duty.

Frank Dutot

Frank John Dutot

Police Sergeant

Jersey Police

Died 28 April 1949

Jersey Police badge

While engaged on crowd control during motor racing on St. Helier, one of
the racing drivers lost control on a bend and his vehicle crashed
into the officer who was fatally injured.

A Memorial plaque was dedicated at Police Headquarters by the Centeniers of
the Island and his colleagues of the Jersey Police Force.

Memorial plaque


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