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Officers receive awards for their compassion

Two police officers have been given Royal Humane Society awards for their actions after being called to a stabbing in November 2018.

Police Constables Kevin Vince and Jordan Hinds were the first officers to arrive at Deedmore Road in Coventry where 16-year-old Jaydon James had been fatally injured.

PC Kevin Vince and PC Jordan Hinds receive their awards
PC Kevin Vince and PC Jordan Hinds receive their awards from Chief Constable Dave Thompson

Although the officers carried out first aid and CPR, sadly nothing could be done to save him and he died at the scene.

They showed compassion and humanity to Jaydon during his last moments and were given their awards at a recent ceremony.

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