THE daughter of murdered PCSO Julia James has backed calls for a doorstep clap honouring cops on the case.
Kent Police have been investigating for almost a fortnight since the mum of two, 53, was bludgeoned to death while walking her dog.
Julia James’ daughter has backed calls for a doorstep clap to honour officers on the case[/caption]
She was found near her home in Snowdown.
Daughter Bethan Coles, 28, a police officer, added her voice to a plan for a minute’s clap in nearby Aylesham at 7pm today.
Bethan Coles wants to acknowledge their ‘hard work and dedication’ as they try to find her mum’s killer[/caption]
The PCSO was bludgeoned to death while walking her dog in Kent[/caption]
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It would be similar to the applause for carers during the pandemic.
Bethan said on Facebook: “This is a lovely way to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of all officers involved.”
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