A Buckinghamshire-based policeman has been praised for the number of hours he put in 2020 to make sure the county’s roads were safe.

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After completing his shift on New Year’s Eve in Milton Keynes, it was revealed that SC Swain had chalked up an incredible 900 hours of work during the year.

In a brief post that was published by Thames Valley Police’s Roads Policing Facebook page, they said: “He has given over 900 hours of his time this year to serve his local community and keeping the roads safer. Can we give a shout out to him for his dedication and commitment? #SC9130.”

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Following the news, several members of the public congratulated SC Swain on his achievement, which included Christina Marlow, who said: “Stay safe and thank you especially at this strange time still coming out to protect the public of MK.

“Happy new year.”