• Frederick Aylett

  • Collar Number(s) 153 193

  • Career History/Biography

    Frederick Aylett was born on in WIndsor

    Frederick Aylett joined Essex County Constabulary on .

    Before joining, Frederick worked as a Solider and Footman

    On 31st July 1915, PC Aylett left the police to join the Royal Air Force. He re-joined on 8th February 1919, being posted back to his old station in Witham with the collar number 193. 

    Medals: South Africa, Kings and Queens, General Service and Victory.

    On 6th September 1919, PC Aylett's salary was reduced to 84/- per week for six months for taking a pair of new uniform trousers from Witham Police Station, substituting an old pair in their place, and denying all knowledge of the matter. The new pair of trousers were subsequently found in his possession. Reinstatement of his salary depended on a report as to manner in which he performed his duties, which was advanced to 90/- per week as of 7th March 1920.

    • Postings

    • 1907: Epping and Boxted
    • 1911: Witham
    • 1919: Witham
    • 1922: Elmdon

Post Career:

  • Record of Service

    Frederick Aylett's record of service survives in Essex Police Archives.

    † Frederick Aylett died on