Moment when the mother of 3 policemen rushes to defend the man who is being beaten “to a pulp” by a howling gang

CAERNARFON, WALES: A police officer and mother of three, Clare Larkey-Jones, 48, has won a trip to London and been nominated for a Police Federation award for bravery for single-handedly stopping a gang hit a defenseless man.

Larkey-Jones began her law enforcement career at the age of 25 and spent 22 years as a front-line officer before becoming a sex crimes liaison officer on the force’s Amethyst team. The incident occurred as he was on his way home after an 11-hour shift on January 3 when he saw the group assault a man in his 20s, according to daily mail. She said, as quoted by daily post, “I had just finished an 11 hour shift and was picking up my brother and his girlfriend at The Maes in Caernarfon before heading home when I heard a lot of screaming. I told my brother to stay in the car and I walked over and a group of guys were harassing a young man in his 20s.” She added: “They were like a pack of wild animals and they started beating him. They stopped when I arrived but then started again. I just went on autopilot and got closer to the ringleader [Callum Lee Davies], yelled at them and pushed him away before they ran away and then called the police and an ambulance.” According to DailyMail, the victim was taken to hospital with a 3cm cut to her face, along with bruising and swelling around her eye.

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Callum Lee Davies (North Wales Police)
Callum Lee Davies, the ringleader, was jailed for the attack (North Wales Police)

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According to a Daily Post report, in a trial at Caernarfon Crown Court it was heard that Larkey-Jones seized ringleader Davies, who was already serving a prison sentence and received a further 12 months in prison for assault, “halfway through at one blow”. Judge Nicola Jones said: “Fortunately, PC Clare Larkey-Jones, who was off duty that night, not thinking of her own safety, clearly thinking only of restoring order, stepped in. She put herself in the middle of all these men who they were behaving violently. She clearly and forcefully sent everyone on her way.”

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In response to her bravery, which earned her recognition at 10 Downing Street along with a trip to London with her husband, an electrical engineer Gareth, and a Police Bravery Awards nomination, Larkey-Jones said: “I knew that something was wrong.” there and I thought if one of my guys was getting hit, I’d like to think someone else would do the same as me. I honestly didn’t think anything of it at the time. I just don’t like to see people being bullied. My husband asked me why I did it and it was because it was the right thing to do.”

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The officer, who is from Nefyn and has a BA in Criminology from Bangor University, has recently volunteered as a student with Women’s Aid. She said, “We deal with serious rape and sexual assault: the detective deals with the suspect and I deal with and support the victim.” She added: “I have always enjoyed the variety of being a police officer.”

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