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Officer who applied to join the force aged nine retires after 30 years

Steve Joynes, who wanted to become a police officer from the age of three, today finishes his career.

Essex Chief Constable Ben Julian Harrington (Left) with Steve Joynes (Right) holding a picture of himself as a young would-be recruit

Essex Chief Constable Ben Julian Harrington (Left) with Steve Joynes (Right) holding a picture of himself as a young would-be recruit

Date - 4th December 2019
By - Chloe Livadeas
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An Essex officer today retired after 30 years of service after first sending in his application aged nine. Steve Joynes, 49, says he wanted to become a police officer from the age of three. Steve said: “I was three and waiting with my mum to...
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