A memorial for PC Kevin Flint has been unveiled at the Chesham Police Station.

PC Flint was tragically killed in January last year when he was struck by a pheasant whilst riding his motorbike home to Tring after a shift at Chesham Police Station.

The 52-year-old father-of-two joined Thames Valley Police in 1992.

He spent most of his time at Chesham but was also based in Prestwood, Amersham and Taplow for periods of time.

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To pay tribute to their much-loved colleague, Thames Valley Police commended PC Flint – who was just three years away from retirement – with a special recognition award at the Community Policing Awards 2019 on May 21.

Now, one year after his funeral on February 7, a plaque was revealed at the Chesham Police Station in his honour.

Bucks Free Press:

TVP Chiltern and South Bucks tweeted about their late colleague PC Kevin Flint.

They said: "This time last year we said farewell to our friend and colleague Pc Kevin Flint.

"Today we remembered him with the unveiling of his memorial at Chesham Police Station. #PcKevinFlint #Memorial #RollOfHonour"