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Primary school pupil from Crook wins prize for detective skills

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Today the Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner for County Durham and Darlington, Mr Ron Hogg has presented a primary school pupil with a certificate and gift voucher for her great detective skills.

 

Laila Hall, a pupil at Crook Primary School entered a treasure hunt competition.  The competition involved uncovering clues hidden around the Peases Fest & Crook Carnival Event, earlier this summer, to find the location of Mr Hogg.  Mr Hogg attended the school assembly at Crook Primary School to surprise Laila with her certificate and prize. 

 

Mr Hogg Said: “It was a pleasure to meet Laila today and attend the school assembly.  We find competitions to be a great way of interacting with people. 

We will be running similar competitions, for a variety of prizes at my Celebration of Local Superheroes Event at Locomotion in Shildon on 27th October 2018.”

 

The competition was designed as an interactive education tool to give participants a better understanding of the role of Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner.

 

For more information or to arrange an interview with Ron Hogg, please contact pcvc.media@durham.pcc.pnn.gov.uk or phone 07814 174417

 

Posted on Friday 12th October 2018
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