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Books Much has been written about the BSA Police in the history of the nation once known as Rhodesia. This section provides a selection of books:
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ADF 8646
7 August 2017

Date
Function
Venue
Branch
19 May 2018 commencing at 1100hrs
BSAP UK Branch AGM Victory Services Club, London. Contact Steve Acornley for details United Kingdom
24 September 2018 at 12.00
Annual Lunch To be advised Kwa-Zulu Natal


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Appreciation To all those who have contributed in a big or small way, a special vote of thanks. Without you these pages would not be here.

Andrew Field 8646
ADF 8646
7 August 2017
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Recently Published
Title: A Life Lived on The Edge
Author: Stanyon Douglas John - BSA Police 7158/8638; Served 1964-1980
Publisher: Amazon: 2017
ISBN : 978-1549859307
Availabilty: Amazon

Review: This book contains 68 stories of the experiences of the author, in (1) Policing the Lowveld of Rhodesia from 1965- 1968 Where after he resigned. Part two covers stories of his world travels,for three years with almost identical experiences as portrayed in James Michener's "The Drifters." Travelling across six continents, working in the deserts of Australia and the jungles of New Guinea. Part three covers his attestation and experiences as a CID member engaged in combating terrorism, mainly in Op Hurricane from 1972 - 1980.
13 January 2018
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BSA Police Former Members In Memoriam In memory of our former colleagues who passed away recently, in reverse date order:

Thompson, George Richard 'Dick' (5559 - Chief Inspector; served between October 1956 - May 1981), passed away on 12 June 2018 - New Castle upon Tyne, United Kingdom.
14 June 2018




Albyn , Terrence Francis 'Terry' (5855 - Superintendent; served between August 1958 - August 1980), passed away on 4 June 2018 - Durban, South Africa.
6 June 2018




Minifie, Christopher John (6192 - Patrol Officer; served between July 1960 to February 1965), passed away on 26 May 2018 - Basingstoke, United kingdom
23 June 2018




Law, Gordon Black (7997 - Patrol Officer; served between June 1968 to June 1978), passed away on 23 May 2018 - Johannesburg, South Africa.
23 May 2018




Neale, John Philip (4996 - Chief Superintendent; served between Decembmer 1952 to February 1976; Member of the United Kingdom Branch), passed away on 22 May 2018 - Frimley, Hampshire, United Kingdom.
22 May 2018



Peterson, Henry George (7519 - D/Inspector; served between January 1966 - November 1982), passed away on 19 May 2018 - Rustenburg, South Africa.
22 May 2018



McIntosh, Colin Reid (5833 - D/Section Officer; served between June 1958 - August 1971), passed away on 15 May 2018 - Durban, South Africa.
23 May 2018



Stoker, James 'Jim' (6366 - Section Officer; served between April 1961 - December 1967; member of the United Kingdom Branch), passed away on 12 May 2018 - Bradford, United Kingdom.
15 May 2018



Lyes, Peter Edmund (6695 - Assistant Commissioner; served between June 1962 - August 1987 (in the successor force); member of the Natal Branch), passed away on 29 April 2018 - Durban, South Africa.
1 May 2018



Becks, Colin Cyril (5839/7145 - S/Section Officer; served two tours between June 1958 - July 1970; member of the Transvaal Branch), passed away on 29 April 2018 - Santon, South Africa.
22 May 2018



Our thoughts go out to family and friends and we join former colleagues in extending condolences and deepest sympathies.
They shall be sadly missed.


In Memoriam 2016-2018