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PostSubject: Data base of U.K.Police Sightings - U.K. Telegraph newspaper   Fri May 21, 2010 6:30 am

British policeman wins UFO investigation award.
A British policeman has won an international award for his database of UFO sightings by UK police officers.

Published: 7:30AM BST 21 May 2010


Gary Heseltine has won an international award for his database of UFO sightings by UK police officers.

Gary Heseltine's fascination with the unexplained in British skies began at the age of 15, when he spotted a mysterious bright light while walking his first girlfriend home.

The 49-year-old father-of-two picked up the 2010 Disclosures Award in Washington for his website, prufospolicedatabase.co.uk, which he launched in 2002.

He said: "Winning the award was a total surprise, I didn't know I was going to win until my name was read out.

"It's also a terrific boost for my database as it puts me on an international platform and I have already been offered chances to give lectures in Brazil and Denmark."

Mr Heseltine, from Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, has amassed a database including 330 cases and the witness statements of more than 750 police officers.

Despite investigating thousands of reports, He said he will always remember his first sighting over the skies of Scunthorpe in 1975.

He said: "I was with my first girlfriend heading towards the comprehensive school and suddenly became aware of a large bright light".

"Suddenly all the electricity on the housing estate we could see ahead cut out".

"We were terrified at the time but afterwards I decided to investigate and discovered that power cuts are extremely common during UFO sightings".
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PostSubject: Re: Data base of U.K.Police Sightings - U.K. Telegraph newspaper   Sat May 22, 2010 5:56 am

ON DUTY SIGHTINGS (1986-2008)

1986


January 1986. Location – Armadale, West Lothian, Scotland. Two on duty uniformed officers, PS JIMMY BEGG and PC TOMMY MURPHY on mobile patrol observed an orange/red UFO travelling at slow speed (estimated at 60 mph) appear to fall to the ground. They described the object as resembling a flying clothes pole. It was seen at a distance of approximately a mile away. They estimated that the object was only 6 inches wide and approximately 3 feet in length.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: West Lothian Courier 10/01/86.

1987

Sunday. Location - Holmfirth and Emley Moor, West Yorkshire. A huge UFO estimated at some 200 feet in length was seen in the vicinity of the Emley Moor television mast and over Holmfirth by several uniformed police officers who reported seeing it from a variety of locations, Holme Moss, Pole Moor and Kirkburton. A Chief Inspector Brian Smelt confirmed that six officers had reported seeing the UFO. Checks with airports proved negative.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 6 Officers. Source: Huddersfield Examiner 1987.

0300 hours. 21/06/1987. Stonehenge, Wiltshire. 12 uniformed officers including PC PHIL HUTCHINGS were guarding the monument for the Summer Solstice observed a bright white UFO that crossed the sky making a large number of right angled turns. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 12 officers. Source: The PRUFOS Police Database.

2240 Hours. September 1987. Location—M6 Motorway between Junction 28 and 27, Chorley, Lancashire. Two uniformed traffic officers, PC STANLEY OSBOURNE and PC DOUGLAS, were driving along the M6 motorway between Leyland and Shevington at Charnock Richard when a cigar shaped UFO raced passed them on a parallel course. It was in sight for approximately five seconds. The UFO was at an estimated altitude of 30/50 feet making no sound despite the fact that the officers had rolled down the windows.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source—PRUFOS Database.

0310 hours. 23/10/1987. Ford End near Chelmsford. Two uniformed officers observed 2 bright lights in the clear night sky. There was no sound and they made erratic vertical and horizontal movements. There was no discernable shape or structure seen as they moved in a south-westerly direction. The officers observed the UFOs for approximately five minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI documentation.

1988

2350 hours. 02/01/88. Location –Kensington, London.
A young girl reported seeing a UFO from her home in Kensington and it was reported to the police. Initially one officer attended and corroborated her sighting. So perplexed was the officer that he called for two more uniformed officers to attend the house. They too in turn confirmed the sighting of the object. In the end another five uniformed officers turned up making 8 in total. The sighting lasted 40 minutes.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 8 Officers. Source: Regional/National papers.

0620 hours. 31/01/1988. Manchester, Greater Manchester.
A uniform police officer observed a bright stationary UFO over the beach at Manchester Airport. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

1845 hours. 06/02/1988. Telford. Following a report by a member of the public five uniformed police officers observed a UFO over Telford town centre. The object had green, yellow and blue lights and initially moved fast across the sky before it become stationary over the town centre. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 5 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2117 hours. 16/02/88. Location - Rosehill area of Willenhall, Staffordshire. Two uniformed officers, PS STUART GRIFFITHS and PC MICHAEL POWELL observed a very large UFO in the night sky. PS GRIFFITHS said, “There were red and green lights all around its circumference which were either flashing on and off or the whole thing was spinning.” He went on to say that he had never seen anything like it before and that there was no noise at all. Further enquiries later revealed that at 2100 hours that same evening two other uniformed officers, INSPECTOR ROGER CLARKE and PS STEVE GODWIN, had seen the same object in the vicinity of Walsall. Willenhall Police confirmed that a report was sent to the Ministry of Defence about the officers sightings.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 4 officers. . Source - A Covert Agenda by Nick Redfern. Pocket Books 1998. Page 165.

Late evening. Friday. 04/03/88. Location – Reigate, London.
Following reports by members of the public of a UFO hovering motionless in the sky above Reigate, three uniformed police officers turned up at the home of a Mr Clarke expecting to find nothing of note, but were amazed to see the object themselves. The officers made checks with Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, the latter of which confirmed that they did have an unknown object on their radar. Later it turned out that the police had recorded between 3 and 6 objects on a motorway camera in the nearby Rickmansworth area (Camera 22, M1, J16) but they refused to release the film. Gordon Creighton at Flying Saucer Review did manage to get hold of the tape which clearly showed three spherical white objects caught on camera.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL/RC (NOCTURNAL LIGHT/RADAR CONFIRMED) On Duty sighting. 5 Officers. Source – FSR Vol 42 No 3. August 1997.

01/02/1988. 0625 hours. Location – Cheadle, Stockport, Cheshire.
Two on duty uniformed officers, PC IAN WALMSLEY and PC CHRIS EVANS observed a glowing spinning UFO as it hovered above the Cheadle area of Stockport. The officers reported the sighting to Manchester Police Headquarters who later tried to write off the sighting as a Tristar aircraft on approach to Manchester Airport. However the officers rejected the explanation saying, “I’ve seen hundreds of planes and this didn’t look like one. I’ve never seen anything like it before.”
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: Manchester Metro News 02/02/88.

January 1988. Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Two Woodseats based police officers, INSPECTOR DAVID TINGLE and PS CHRIS THOMPSON observed a UFO for thirty seconds as they drove back from the Derbyshire Peak District area towards Sheffield just before midnight. The UFO was also reported by several members of the public.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source - Sheffield Star 23/01/88.

February 1988. Location: Ecclesfield, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
Following reports by the public two Ecclesfield based uniformed police officers observed a bright red V shaped object passing over the area. PC SUSAN JACKSON saw the object and got out of the police car to have a better look. “I had the car engine running but could still hear it whirring above. It had rows and rows of flashing red lights all around it.” Alerted to the sightings and several hundred metres away, another uniformed police officer, PC JOHN BOAM saw the same object that he described as hovering for 30 seconds before flying off in the direction of Grenoside.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: The Doncaster Star 06/02/88.

February 1988. Location: Stafford, Staffordshire. Following a report by a member of the public, two separate uniformed police crews observed two white lights passing over Sydney Avenue, Stafford from different geographical positions in the area. Independently the officer described the UFOs as a giant block of light. The sighting was officially reported to senior officers.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting 4 Officers. Source – Stafford Newsletter 19/02/88.

0003 hours. 19/05/1988. Cramond Island. Pentland Hills, Scotland. An on duty uniformed officer observed one static white light and four occulting yellow lights above the ski slopes above Pentland Hills. This sighting followed observations of three objects by two members of the public. There was good visibility and no low cloud. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

0125 hours. 26/07/1988. Harden Moor near Keighley, West Yorkshire. Two uniformed police officers observed a single bright white light for 3-4 seconds on Harden Moor initially at ground level approximately 400-800 yards from their vehicle. It was seen near some high voltage power lines. The object was seen to drop below the officers vision when it entered a valley. UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND).
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2305 hours. 14/08/1988. Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Four white lights with red at their centre were seen by at least five officers a mile south-east of Mansfield town centre. The weather was clear at the time of the sighting that lasted 15-30 seconds. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 5 Officers. FOI Documentation.

1100 hours. 16/08/1988. Toomebridge, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. A Constable saw a silver coloured UFO from the police station in Toomebridge. He observed the object for an hour visually and with the aid of binoculars. Several other constables in different areas nearby also observed the UFO. UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC). On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

1800 hours. 17/08/1988. Warrington, Cheshire. Two uniformed officers from the Knutsford Motorway unit observed a round object approximately 15 feet in diameter. On each quarter of the sphere was a protruding leg. The UFO was black in colour with light grey flashes or windows on the top. No noise could be heard above the road traffic. The object passed directly over the police car. It was observed for 10 minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2330 hours. 24/09/1988. Bordaduabh near Campbeltown, Scotland. Several members of the public and a Special Constable observed three to four stationary objects over Kildranna Sound, north of Loch Luca, nine miles north of Campbeltown four 40 minutes. The objects were generally stationary and then would move slowly. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. FOI Documentation.

0345 hours. 27/10/1988. Ramsgate, Kent. At least three police officers observed a single bright light over Ramsgate as it moved west to east. The weather at the time of the sighting was overcast. The officers saw the object from the locations of Ramsgate and Deal. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. FOI Documentation.

Late October 1988. Location: West Mercia. Two uniformed police officers reported seeing a brilliant white light passing over the landscape of Worcestershire. It was also reported by several members of the public. West Mercia police contacted the RAF at West Drayton who suggested the object might have been a satellite burning up in the atmosphere.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Droitwich Weekly Mail 04/11/88.

2235-2240 hours. 31/10/1988. East Grinstead, Sussex. Four police officers observed two objects that were flying in formation as they travelled east to west over East Grinstead. The UFOs were seen for five minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. FOI Documentation.

Midnight, December 1988. Scotch Corner, North Yorkshire. Two traffic officers observed a UFO with flames as it cross the sky near Scotch Corner. A Durham police officer also saw a similar object at around the same time, just after midnight. Then a further police officer and a military police officer observed a UFO near to Richmond Castle. They initially thought the object was an aircraft about to crash but a later search revealed no evidence of such a crash. Checks made with ATC at Leeming proved negative.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source: Darlington and Stockton Times 23/12/88.

0745 hours. 10/12/1988. Hessle near Hull, Humberside. A total of five police officers and several civilians observed a glowing cloud shaped UFO as it crossed the sky above Hessle. The object was first through binoculars and appeared totally silent. UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC). On Duty sighting. On Duty sighting. 5 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

0635 hours. 17/12/1988. Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. Initially reported by a member of the public a number of police officers on the early turn observed circular bright light that at times flashed red and blue. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 6 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

1135 hours. 20/12/1988. Bishop Auckland. Two uniformed officers in different parts of Bishop Auckland observed a UFO above the town. UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI documentation.

2355 hours. 20/12/1988. Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. A police officer observed a very bright star-like object with a black dot at its front that was seen low on the horizon against a clear sky. The UFO was seen for approximately 20 seconds. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

2350-2358 hours. 20/12/88. Harrogate, Barton and Richmond. Over this short period five uniformed officers in different geographical areas of the North (Harrogate, Barton and Richmond) reported seeing a bright UFO for several seconds at a time. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 7 Officers. Source: FOI documentation.

1989

Near midnight February 1989. Location – Swindon, Wiltshire.
A uniformed police officer was one of several people who witnessed a UFO as it flew over the Pinehurst area of Swindon. The UFO was described as being triangular and larger than an aircraft with numerous glowing lights upon it. The officer saw the object at a distance of a mile and reported the sighting using his personal radio. A short time later the object disappeared with an amazing burst of speed. Other sightings were made a few hours earlier Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. One witness described the UFO as being at rooftop height. A Gloucestershire police officer, Sergeant Parr said, “There were three green lights and the beams shone down in the form of a tripod.”
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Weird Wiltshire UFO Archive.

0500 hours. December. Location - Mow Cop, North Staffordshire.
During the early hours of a December morning, radar controllers at Manchester Airport picked up a stationary return on their equipment. Puzzled they asked police officers from the nearby Kidsgrove Police station to investigate. A marked police vehicle was dispatched to a local beauty spot called Mow Cop to see if they could see an object that could account for the radar return. When they arrived there they observed a green and white UFO hanging motionless in the sky in the position indicated by the radar return. At the same time their personal radios went dead. A number of checks were made but no aircraft could be found to account for the object. The Air Force was also contacted who stated they were not responsible for the object. At the same time numerous members of the public rang in with similar sightings. A short time after uniformed officers reached Mow Cop, CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT PETER GROCOTT arrived at the scene and later said, “We didn’t get to the bottom of it. The traffic controllers called us because they thought it could have been the county’s helicopter but it wasn’t flying that night.” The sighting was reported to the Ministry of Defence by the police. Later it emerged that the MOD denied ever receiving it.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL/RV/EM (NOCTURNAL LIGHT/RADAR VISUAL/ELECTRO MAGNETIC EFFECTS) On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source - A Covert Agenda by Nick Redfern. Pocket Books 1998. Pages 167-168.

May 1989. Late Evening. Location – Heywood, Manchester, Greater Manchester. Following a report by an ambulance crew reporting the sighting of a UFO and a loss of power to their vehicle, an on duty police officer also observed the flashing multi-coloured UFO. The officer followed the object in his marked police vehicle for almost a mile before the object shot off at speed.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Bolton Evening News 20/05/89.

February 1989. 2100 hours. Location: Stroud, Gloucestershire.
Following several reports by members of the public, a PS PARR confirmed that he too had witnessed a triangular shaped object as it passed over the A46 at Stroud. The UFO was described as being larger than a helicopter but definitely not an aircraft.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – Swindon Star, Wiltshire 16/02/89.

March 1989. 2100 hours. Location: Highfields, Stafford, Staffordshire. Following several reports from members of the public (some of whom had viewed the object through binoculars circa 2015 hours) the UFO was observed by two uniformed police officers, PC TERRY GIBBS and PC KEVIN MULLER. Neither officer was able to identify the object which they described as being a brilliant white light that intermittently flashed as it passed over the night sky.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sightings. 2 Officers. Source – Stafford Newsletter 31/03/89.

2048-2330 hours. 20/10/1989. Hapton near Accrington. 38 members of the public and 4 uniformed police officers observed a round shaped UFO that had nine lights around its circumference. In the middle of the object was a single orange light. A mist surrounded the object that was seen against a clear sky. It moved slowly and erratically across the sky. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2230 hours. 30/06/1989. Tottenham Lane, London. Two police officers observed 12 lights directly above Hornsey police station. The lights were described as being quite large but not too bright. They made repeatedly circular patterns in the sky above them for approximately 15 minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. FOI Documentation.

0145 hours. 02/08/1989. Kings Lynn, Norfolk. Two uniformed police officers observed four small white lights as they moved across an almost clear sky above Kings Lynn. The lights were moving in an erratic manner and constantly fading and brightening. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

1830 hours. 31/10/1989. Ashington, Northumberland. Initially reported by a member of the public a police constable also observed two objects that were approximately 40 feet apart that were bright white in colour. They were seen against a clear sky. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

1990

24/11/90. 0245 hours. Location – Henlade, Taunton, Somerset. A uniformed police inspector observed a bright light divide into a number of blue and white objects as they travelled south above Henslade, Taunton at 0245 hours. At near the same time two Bridgewater uniformed officers saw a UFO as it disappeared into the distance over the Bristol Channel. West Drayton ATC confirmed that an object had been tracked on radar at the time of the sightings.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL/RC (NOCTURNAL LIGHT/RADAR CONFIRMED)
On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source: Sunday Independent 25/11/1990.

Late 80s/90s. Location - Merthyr Tydfil/Brecon Beacons, Glamorgan, South Wales.
Two uniformed officers were travelling between Merthyr toward the Brecon Beacon hills when they observed a flashing light in the sky. They used their radios to report the sighting.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Source: PRUFOS Police Database. On duty sighting. 2 officers.

Thursday, April 1990. Thanet, Kent. An on duty police officer observed a green coloured UFO with a yellow tail as it passed across the sky over Thanet. Checks made with the civil and aviation authorities couldn’t provide an explanation for the object.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Canterbury, Kent Adscene 13/04/90.

03/05/90. 0100 hours. Backford near Chester, Cheshire.
Following reports by members of the public who reported strange lights to both the Cheshire police and the Coastguard two uniformed officers were sent to investigate the claims. The officers, one male and one female officer were amazed to see a green, red and blue UFO wobbling in the sky. The male officer couldn’t believe what he was witnessing and the female officer was amazed.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Chester Tonight Newspaper 03/05/90.

August 1990. Location: Southern Essex. Following two sightings of a ‘tank’ shaped UFO across the county two uniformed officers in the south of the county also observed the object that was seen hovering.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Essex Chronicle, Chelmsford 31/08/90.

0244 hours. 08/04/1990. Madeley near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Two unformed police officers observed a round blue flashing UFO on the M6 motorway hovering over Waltons Wood, Madeley at an altitude of 500 feet. Seen moving in a steady motion in a circular pattern around the wood. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2000 hours. 12/07/1990. Trafalgar Square, London. Several police officers observed a shimmering round shaped UFO above Trafalgar Square, London. They estimated that the object was 5-10 feet in diameter. Initially reported by a member of the public who apparently took photos of the object using a 200 metre lens. UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC). On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2100-2200 hours. 02/08/1990. Hevingham, Norfolk. A green/white light with a redish glow underneath. It was seen low on the horizon moving slowly across the sky left to right for an hour. It was seen by a member of the public and the local village police constable. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

2305-2330 hours. 03/11/1990. Carlisle, Cumbria. Two uniformed police officers observed three objects seen in a ‘V’ formation that were bright white in colour and moved in an erratic manner as they moved across the sky. There was no noise associated with the lights. The sky was clear with moving cloud. The police were initially alerted to the sighting by a member of the public. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

2100 hours. 07/11/1990. Perton, Wolverhampton. A West Bromwich police officer observed two large delta shaped UFOs each with 3-5 lights. He was able to see the objects through binoculars. They were seen against clear skies holding a steady movement across the sky. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

2156-2230 hours. 23/12/1990. Tamworth and Coventry. Following a number of reports by members of the public two police officers including an Inspector observed in different areas a large luminous orange UFO in the skies above Tamworth and Coventry. There was good visibility as the object travelled in a north-east to south-west direction. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Documentation.

1991

0210-0250 hours. 08/01/1991. Seavington St Mary near Yeovil, Somerset. A uniformed police officer saw a single bright object that flashed white, red and blue that was stationary above Seavington St Mary. The object was observed four 40 minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. FOI Documentation.

2010 hours. 27/03/1991. Shoeburyness, Southend, Essex. Two on duty officers in a stationary police vehicle observed a single circular bright white light above Shoeburyness for 90 minutes. The object was seen slowly moving across the sky westwards with no noise heard. They reported the sighting to Southend police control and to Southend Airport. There several members in the Control Tower also observed the UFO. UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. FOI Documentation.

0322 hours. 24/09/1991. Hull, Humberside. Three uniformed police officers observed a bright hovering over Howdale Road and the junction of Linnet Drive. There was excellent visibility at the time of the sighting. The UFO then began to move off in a south-east direction. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. FOI Documentation.

0719 hours. 21/12/1991. Dagenham, London. A bright green ball shaped object was seen briefly as it passed over Dagenham. The sky was clear where the UFO was seen and was initially seen by a member of the public before a police constable at Enfield police station saw the same thing. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

June 1991. 0500 hours. Gwent, South Wales. Two uniformed officers a police sergeant and a female police constable were driving in the Blackwood area of Gwent in a rural location when they saw two orange UFOs circling above a farmer’s field. They stopped the vehicle and got out to watch. After about 10 minutes the objects disappeared in different directions. As the sun came up they saw a newly made crop circle under where the objects had been seen darting about the sky. Fearful of ridicule neither officer reported the incident. They made a pact not to report the incident.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE2 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 2ND KIND)
On duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: PRUFOS Police Database.

June 1991. 0500 hours. Location – Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire.
An on duty police sergeant and police constable reported the sighting of a UFO above Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: Press Archive.

1992

Early 1992. Late Evening. Location: Hamworthy, Bournemouth, Dorset. An on duty uniform police officer, PC MALCOLM BRUNT, observed four beams of light coming down from low cloud. He described it as looking like a picture you could get from a projector. He said, “It was in the distance towards Upton and I was very intrigued. I walked toward it to try and trace where it was coming from but it had gone. It was very puzzling. His report matched others from several members of the public.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – Irene Bott archive.

December 1992. Location - Langley Mill, Derbyshire. Two uniformed police officers observed a spherical UFO above Langley Mill just after midnight on Tuesday that was heading in the direction of Jacksdale.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: Ripley and Heanor Times 04/12/92.

1993

October. Gravesend, Kent. Following reports by several members of the public a police officer, PC TONY FRANCIS, attended an address in Gravesend and observed the UFO himself. He had no idea what the object was, nor did he have a reason to doubt the veracity of the woman and son’s report he’d responded to. The UFO was described as changing its shape from that of a bell to an oval with spikes protruding from the sides. A seven page report on the sightings was submitted to the MOD who gave no explanation for the UFO.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On duty sighting. 1 officer. Source: Canterbury, Kent Adscene 15/10/93.

Between 0100-0130 hours. 31/03/93. Location - Devon.
An on duty Devonshire uniformed police officer telephoned the MOD after witnessing a triangular shaped UFO whilst on patrol with another colleague. He described seeing two bright lights together with a fainter third one which appeared to be flying in a perfect formation ahead of vapour trails. Unusually the MOD ordered confiscation of all nearby radar tapes across several counties in an effort to identify the object. However the craft was not captured on radar and remains unknown to this day. The UFO seen that night forms part of what were literally hundreds of reports from over half a dozen counties. Other police officers also reported seeing the object(s).
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) Off Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source - Open Skies Closed Minds by Nick Pope. Pocket Books 1997. Pages 134-141.

Early June 1993. Just before midnight. Location – Galston, Aberdeen, Grampian Region, Scotland. Two on duty uniformed officers, PC EWAN MACRAE and PC ALASTAIR DUFF, were driving in the Galston area of Aberdeen, when they observed several slow moving lights in the sky just before midnight. There was no noise and checks with the coastguard proved negative.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: Western Isles Press and Journal Aberdeen.

January 1993. Location: Kilburn, Derbyshire. Two uniformed officers, PC PHIL GARNER and PC HARRY DICK observed a bright light UFO that constantly changed its altitude over Kilburn. Several members of public also reported seeing the object.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Ripley and Heanor News.

31/03/93. Early hours. Location: South Wales, Devon and Cornwall.
This was a major sighting seen by numerous members of the public and police officers alike. Up to 19 officers across several counties observed a high altitude light speeding across the night sky. The MoD ruled out aircraft as being responsible. Many officers described seeing two objects including Liskeard Police.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 19 Officers. Source – Honiton and Exmouth Weekly
News 02/04/1993.

1994

January 1994. Huntingdon. Huntingdonshire. Following a spate of sightings by members of the public strange red lights were observed by traffic police officers, PC GEOFF BYE and PC PETER SIMPSON whilst driving a marked vehicle at Hunts Motors roundabout, Huntingdon. They stopped their vehicle and got out to have a better look. PC Bye speculated that the lights must have been an aircraft but expressed genuine puzzlement as to why the object was travelling with their lights displayed as if moving north to south (not the usual flightpath seen). Other reports from the public continued and the mystery of the lights was never solved.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Cambridge Town Crier newspaper 22/01/1994.

1995

1850 hours. 19/01/95. Location – Birmingham, Warwickshire.
Following a number of reports by the public of a UFO in the skies above the city, two uniformed officers were dispatched to Russell Road in the Moseley area to investigate. However as they approached the scene they observed the UFO on Dogpool Lane, Stirchley. There they saw a UFO hovering above some nearby trees. They described the object as being the size of a doubledecker bus. In the middle of the object there was a horizontal bar of orange light, whilst on the outside there appeared to be a blue field of energy. After a few seconds the object appeared to shrink in size and vanish from view. Further reports from members of the public followed the police sighting. Unconfirmed reports allege that several other police officers also observed the object from the vicinity of the West Midlands Police training school at Tally Ho.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND) On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – John Hanson.

04/08/95. Location - Westcliff, Essex. Five on duty uniformed police officers including PC GEOFF HOWELL observed a shuttlecock shaped UFO above Westcliff, Essex, as did several members of the public. PC HOWELLS said, “It made no sound and I’m sure it wasn’t an aircraft or a star. It was much bigger”. He also viewed the object through binoculars. Checks were made with Southend Airport and local military bases but all proved negative. Puzzled the police sent up its helicopter to investigate the object but it was never found.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 5 Officers. Source - A Covert Agenda by Nick Redfern. Pocket Books 1998. Page 176.

0100 hours. Mid August. Location - Walsall, West Midlands. Three on duty uniformed police officers on patrol in the Aldridge area of the town observed a cylindrical UFO which glowed with a green haze as it travelled across the night sky in an arc, before appearing to land in a local beauty spot called Stubbers Green pool. The Force helicopter was sent up to investigate the sighting but could find no trace of the object.
UFO CLASSIFICATION - NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source - A Covert Agenda by Nick Redfern. Pocket Books 1998. Page 176.

Midday. 23/08/95. Location. Weymouth, Dorset. Whilst watching the Weymouth Carnival Air Display a Detective Sergeant and two Detective Constables observed a motionless sphere high in the sky above their position. The object appeared to glint in the sun as if metallic in structure. It was seen for several minutes before the officers resumed to their normal duties.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC)
On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source–PRUFOS/CONFIDENTIAL.

August 1995. Location: Alton Barnes, Wiltshire. Two Special Constables, one of who was a PC TODD saw a single bright light like a star which appeared from nowhere. It gave off an orange glow and had an outer ring. It hovered near the officers before flying off toward Everleigh. PC TODD ruled out any type of aircraft and described the outer rings as being above the clouds and shaped like pear drops in a spiral.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty incident. 2 Officers. Source – Irene Bott archive.

1996

25/12/96. Holt, Norfolk. Two uniformed officers, PS STEVE KING and PC ANDY COLLER observed a UFO in the vicinity of Holt and chased it for over 10 miles in their police vehicle before the object accelerated away over the North Sea. The officers contacted Norwich Airport to see if an aircraft was in trouble but were told no flights were in that area. The airport logged the incident as a ‘UFO’. Thirty members of the public also reported seeing the object. A police spokesman said that the officers had no explanation for what they’d seen. The MOD dismissed the sighting as nothing more that a combination of the Boston Stump and an electrical storm!
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: Daily Mirror 26/12/96.

Summer 0100 hours. Location - Cowbridge to Pontyclun, Glamorgan, South Wales.
An on duty uniformed traffic officer was driving along the A4222 road north of Cowbridge towards Pontyclun when he observed a single bright white light in the distance. The light was below the level of the cloud base. He wound down his
window and could not detect any noise whatsoever. He stopped the car and switched off the engine. There was no noise. He observed the light travelling horizontally at an altitude of 100 feet travelling at a speed of 50-60 mph before seeing it slowly disappear over a hillside. He described the UFO as being the shape of a circular ball. At the time of the sighting it was dark and there was little wind.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: PRUFOS Police Database.

Location - Scotland. Following a 999 call two on duty uniformed officers observed a huge gold coloured egg shaped UFO hovering over fields in Scotland at close proximity of 200 metres. They viewed the object through binoculars and one of the officers made a pocket book entry regarding the sighting. This forms part of a series of three sightings by the principal officer who is very reluctant to release further details.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source–PRUFOS/CONFIDENTIAL.

June 1996. Late evening. Location: M62, Brown Cow Public House, West Yorkshire. Two uniformed officers were alerted to a triangular shaped UFO seen in the sky above the Brown Cow Public House by a crowd of people who had stopped their cars to have a look at the object. A member of the public later rang the Huddersfield Examiner newspaper to see if they were going to put out an appeal for witnesses. The caller later received word from the paper that an alleged ‘D’ notice from the MoD had been served on the paper not to print the appeal.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source – PRUFOS/MARK G (Independent Film Producer).

05/10/96. 0314-1109 hours. Location: East Coast of England.
This was a major sighting that took place off the East Coast where a red and green rotating light was seen by police officers at Skegness and Boston. In addition the object was seen by several coastguard officers and the crew of an oil tanker. Enquiries were made with RAF Kinloss, RAF Neatishead and RAF Waddington confirming that the object was captured on radar. A fascinating and revealing transcript of radio transmissions was obtained by researchers Nick Redfern and Irene Bott who also spoke with members of the oil tanker crew. The crew ruled out any conventional explanation. It is reported that the airspace in the effected area of the sighting was closed for several hours after the sighting. The MoD suggested that everyone had mistaken the light for Boston Stump!
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 3 Officers. Source – Irene Bott archive.

1998

23/09/98. 0215 hours. Location: Henfield, Sussex. Two uniformed police officers, one male and one female were on patrol in the Henfield area on the main A281 Brighton Road when they saw several unusual lights in the sky. Each light was the size of a Jumbo jet aircraft. For scale a large aircraft flew near to the lights. Each light was circular and not connected to the others. They stopped their vehicle to get a better look. As they watched they suddenly saw a beam of light being shone down to the ground approximately 200-300 metres away. It was a rural location with no housing nearby. They drove toward the beam but it suddenly went out. Both the officers were shook up by the incident that lasted in the region of 35-45 minutes. The sighting was officially reported to the MoD.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Irene Bott archive.

1999

1830-1900 hours 09/02/99. Location - Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
Four uniformed police officers (which included a dog handler and a sergeant) observed an orange UFO with a triangular formation of red lights which appeared to revolve around the object. Seen from two different geographical positions in Sheffield, the triangulated location of the UFO appears to have been over the Peak District National Park in the vicinity of Derwent and Ladybower Reservoirs. The object was seen for approximately 30 minutes and binoculars were used by some of the officers to confirm that it wasn’t an aircraft. The craft was seen to ‘bank’ left to right and then right to left continuously.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source - Andy Ellis (Yorkshire UFO Info) and PRUFOS.

2000

19/05/2000. 2240 hours. Location – Southampton, Hampshire. Video footage by a cameraman records a hovering UFO above Southampton Water. The police helicopter arrives and is clearly seen to fly around it several times before the object fades and disappears from view. A lengthy investigation followed by the Southampton UFO Group. The MOD denied that the police had been involved as did the police themselves.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On duty sighting. 1 officer. Source: PRUFOS/SUFOG.

2001

05/05/2001. Location - Southampton, Hampshire. A virtual repeat of the above sighting details. The police helicopter was seen to circle around the object on at least two occasions before the object simply vanished in front of them. Both cases were championed by Lord Hill Norton who pursued the government for an explanation. No satisfactory explanation was ever forthcoming.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source PRUFOS/SUFOG.

0345 hours. Location: Tenterden, Kent.
Two Tenterden based uniformed police officers observed a UFO that passed over Gascoigne Corner, High Halden. As the object passed over the night sky became as bright as day. Several members of the public also reported similar sightings of the object.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting – 2 Officers. Source – Chris Rolfe, UFOMEK.

01/12/2001. 2200-2215 hours. Location: Ashford to Lydd coast road, Kent. Two uniformed police officers were travelling on the coast road when one of them noticed a very bright light in the sky that initially he thought was an aircraft. However he soon ruled that option out given that it was travelling too slow to be an aircraft. After passing overhead the officers observed the object breaking up as it headed toward Folkestone. 20-30 minutes later the officers saw a similar object that again was slow moving. On this occasion the officers saw the light for 30 seconds. Newspapers speculated that the officers saw space junk burning up in the atmosphere whilst others suggested a meteor shower. However given the officers clear description of a slow moving object both suggestions appear to be ruled out.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – Chris Rolfe, UFOMEK.

Evening. August. Location – Brighton, Sussex. Following reports of fires on the beaches at Brighton the Sussex police helicopter was dispatched to investigate. Whilst over the area PS JOHN TICKNER observed and filmed a cylindrical UFO that passed by in close proximity to the helicopter. Note this case is all but solved. The infra-red shot looks a very convincing UFO but when viewed in normal night vision there appears to be a definite flame at its base. The object is now believed to have been a large lantern. On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - UFO Magazine and PRUFOS.

2002

28/02/2002. 2300 hours. Location – Portland, Dorset. An on duty uniformed officer was one of several witnesses of a UFO seen to hover near a set of transmitting aerials at an altitude of 1000/2000 feet. There was no noise and the object was seen to hover for between 60-90 seconds before slowly moving away and out of sight. The officers sighting was one of many in what was a series of sightings in the Dorset area.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Press cuttings.

0254 hours. 17/10/2002. Hull, Humberside. An on duty officer based at Hessle Police Station saw a UFO over the town. A further officer in the police helicopter also observed the object. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source: FOI Document.

2003

2130 hours. May 2003 A59 between Skipton and Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire. Whilst driving a traffic car the officer observed a bright white light above a hill as he drove on the A59 between Skipton and Bolton Abbey. The onboard forward facing video camera captured a UFO that appeared to appear from nowhere and intermittently glow brightly. The officer was so intrigued that the camera captured him slowing down noticeably to watch the object that after approximately disappears from you. The Officer remarked that the light was clearly made up of a packed cluster of small, very bright lights. The officer is was adamant that the object was not a searchlight or an aircraft on afterburner. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty Sighting. 1 Officer. Source: HBCC Research.

0220 hours. 17/11/2003. Bromley, Kent. Following a report by members of the public a uniformed police confirmed the sighting of 20-30 lights in the sky. The police helicopter was asked if they could see the lights and they confirmed they could. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Document.

2005

21/01/2005. 0000-0600 hours. Location: Runcorn, Cheshire. Approximately 20 objects were seen in the sky by several members of the public above Halton Lodge, Runcorn at an approximate altitude of 7-15000 feet. The objects initially appeared to be spread apart in the shape of an arc. The weather at the time of the sighting was a clear moonlight sky. The objects made no sound and appeared to move left to right and sway back again. At times they made incredible changes in direction. They were white in colour although a red flash could occasionally be seen coming from them. The objects appeared to interact by flashing at each other. Four Cheshire uniformed police officers saw the lights as well as a Liverpool Air Traffic Control night watch officer who viewed them through binoculars from the Tower and who confirmed nothing could be seen on radar. A total of 20 witnesses (including police officers) saw the objects.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On Duty sighting. 4 Officers. Source – PRUFOS Police Database/SB

2130 hours. 07/08/2005. Kirby, Merseyside. A traffic crew observed four rectangles equally spaced out that looked like bright lights. One of the officers filmed the objects on his mobile phone however only one black square could be seen moving in the shot. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: FOI Document.

2007

18/10/2007. Yeovil, Somerset. A Special Constable, PC STEPHEN MAINS and a regular PC observed a single bright orange light moving over the town centre. The object then stopped and began to become brighter and then began to climb higher into the sky until it disappeared from view. There appeared to be no noise associated with the object. The duration of the sighting was approximately 3 minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). On Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source: The PRUFOS Police Database
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OFF DUTY SIGHTINGS (1963-2008)

1963

Summer 1963. 0200 hours. Location - Netley, Hampshire. As an off duty female officer, WPC POTHECARY was cycling near to Netley Railway Station on her way to work when she observed an orange coloured sphere on the road directly in front of her. It was approximately 4 feet in diameter. Initially she hid behind some nearby buildings and watched the object which made no sound whatsoever as it landed in a railway goods yard. After initially being frightened she slowly moved toward the object. She got right up to the object and was actually able to picked it up. It was very light in weight. Thinking she ought to take it to the police station where she worked (Netley) she picked it up and managed to hold it with one hand as she cycled toward her home station. However within feet of moving the object it began to decrease in size until it had completely disappeared. Given the fantastic nature of the incident she decided (in the absence of the object) not to report the sighting as she feared ridicule from her colleagues.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty. 1 Officer. Source: SUFOG (Southampton UFO Group).

1965

Dungeness, Kent. A uniformed police officer, PC ALAN DIGWEED had just gone off duty when he saw a brilliant light over Dungeness. At first he thought it was the air sea rescue but when he contacted them he was told it was not them. A short time later the light vanished. Kent radar contacted him and confirmed that they had briefly picked up unidentified traffic at the time he saw the UFO. He said, “I’d always been sceptical up to then but there was something in the sky and no one knows what it was.” He went public with his sighting when he published it in the Kent police magazine ‘Patchwork.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Source Daily Mirror 12/03/76. Off duty sighting. 1 officer.

1966

Daytime. May. Location - St. Helens, Lancashire. Whilst on sick leave at home with his family a uniformed police officer, PC DONALD CAMERON reported seeing six UFOs above his home on Chilton Road. He and his wife were looking out of a window when they spotted the objects which he estimated as being approximately one mile away travelling in a south-easterly direction. He said, “We could see it quite clearly, although it was a dull day. They were white and glowing. One was bigger than the others with a cup shaped dome. The others were oval.”
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - UFO Flying Saucers over Britain by Robert Chapman. Mayflower Books 1969. Page 43.

1967

October. Dusk. Location – Lytchett Minster, Dorset. Two uniformed officers were in their respective police houses when a member of the public reported that a cigar shaped UFO was hovering above the above named village. One officer came out of the house with the witness and initially observed nothing of note. Then the UFO reappeared into view. However, according to the witness its shape had changed. It now appeared as several bands of red, green, yellow and blue. As a result another officer came out of his nearby police accommodation to witness the same object. The object had initially been reported as being 70 feet in length, coffee brown in colour with yellow lights on its length as well as what appeared to be a series of windows. It was reported to have been hovering at an altitude of only 200 feet. After watching this object for several minutes the officers then observed the UFO changing shape for themselves. The UFO ‘split’ into two and the two halves positioned themselves vertically above each other in the air. After a couple of minutes the objects faded from view before reappearing once again. Moments later the objects began to move away, slowly at first before a sudden burst of acceleration took them out of view.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source FSR Vol 15 No 6.

Evening. Late October. Location – Portsmouth, Hampshire. An off duty uniformed officer PC JOHN WHITCOMBE was driving through Portsmouth with his wife and family when they observed a UFO above the town. He said, “It was like a rugby ball or a fat saucer, so bright I had to shield my eyes.”
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - UFO Flying Saucers over Britain by Robert Chapman. Mayflower Books 1969. Pages 19-20.

June 1967. 2350 hours. Location: Canewdon near Southend, Essex.
An off duty police officer, PS CHRIS BEARD was fishing when he saw two red lights approaching in the distance. He initially assumed the lights to be that of an aircraft however as they grew closer he realised that they were independent of each other. Against a clear night he was certain that what he was looking at was extremely unusual. The objects eventually passed directly overhead and he heard a faint ‘whirring’ noise. It was last seen heading in the direction of Southend.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty incident. 1 Officer. Source – Irene Bott archive.

1972

Late evening near midnight. 11/06/72. Location – Ogmore Valley, Glamorgan, Wales. Off duty officer PC DAVID HARRIS was out walking with his dog with his father in law when they observed a tubular object some feet in length moving slowly across Llangeinor Mountain before disappearing over treetops. The altitude of the UFO was described as 100 feet from the ground. There were lights as each end of the object but no wings were observed. Weather conditions at the time were clear and no noise was heard at any time. The duration of the sighting was one minute.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – FSR Vol 18 Number 4.

1976

0150 hours. 02/04/76. Location – Bury, Greater Manchester.
After completing his duty DETECTIVE SERGEANT NORMAN COLLINSON was driving home along the M62 and M66 motorways. As he turned north onto the M66 he observed a white disc of light moving very fast which crossed the path he was travelling. The object was heading toward Knoll Hill, east of Bury. The UFO made a right angle turn onto a south to south-east heading. The object was heading in the direction of Heywood. Puzzled the officer stopped his vehicle and got out to look at the light. As he did so the light stopped and hovered near to his location. It then began to perform a series of spectacular ‘box’ right angle turns. The UFO began to move off in the direction of Heywood once more with DS Collinson following it in his car. The object stopped a second time and again repeated the angular movements described earlier before streaking away at a tremendous speed out of view. The incident was reported to the MOD and Manchester Airport.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – FSR Vol 23 No 2.

1715 hours. 02/11/76. Location – Lutterworth, Leicestershire.
An off duty uniformed officer, PC BRYAN McCANN, was out driving with his wife when they observed a cigar shaped UFO hovering in a stationary position between the villages of Walcote and Swinford. It was approximately 400 yards away from their location and held its position for four minutes. The object was described as having four brilliant lights and being large in size. The officer dashed home to get his binoculars but by the time he returned to the scene the object had departed. He reported the incident to Bitteswell Air Control. He received confirmation from them that another controller had witnessed the same object the same night.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – FSR Vol 22 No 6.

1977

0050 hours 21/10/77. Location - Bodmorgen, Anglesey. PC JOHN OWEN observed a dome shaped UFO whilst off duty at home with his wife. The object appeared to have portholes and be part of a structured aerial craft. He described the colour of the object as that of the setting sun. He made checks with RAF Valley who confirmed there were no night flights. The incident was reported to his police HQ at Colwyn Bay. Duration of sighting - 7 minutes.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - BUFORA Magazine Jan/Feb 1978 Volume 6 Number 5.

0030 hours. Location - Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. An off duty uniformed police officer observed a huge cross shaped UFO above the M5 motorway at the rear of his home in Tewkesbury having just completed a 2-10 late shift at Cheltenham Police Station. He heard a swishing noise outside his home which attracted his attention. Going into the garden he saw the object slowly rotating above the quiet motorway. He described it as the size of a civil airliner and watched as it began to move across fields towards his home. It was moving at a low altitude of 50 feet above the fields and he observed that there was a red light at the centre of four cross arms. At one point the object turned on its side to reveal that it was very thin in depth when viewed side on. For reasons he doesn’t understand he rushed inside to get a torch. Once back outside he used it to flash once at it. The UFO appeared to react and moved slowly back over the motorway where it performed an extraordinary manoeuvre. He watched at one arm of the cross remained in a stationary position whilst the rest of the craft rotated around its axis. A short time later the object moved into the distance and out of site. Forms part of a series of four sightings made by the officer.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1/INT (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND/INTERACTION)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Confidential (PRUFOS) Database.

1315 hours. Prior to a 2-10 shift. Location - A38 Tewkesbury to Coombe Hill, Gloucestershire. The off duty uniformed officer was on his way to work at Cheltenham Police station driving along the A38 when he heard a ‘clanking’ noise outside. From his left he saw a three pronged UFO which appeared to have a ‘barbell’ on the end of one of its arms. The object was described as the size of a civil airliner and was moving slowly at a low altitude. The craft came to a hover above the village of Deerhurst. The barbell appendage appeared to be transparent and as he watched it his mind filled with the image of a humanoid figure. For reasons he can’t explain he flashed the car headlights at the object and the figure disappeared as did the craft. The duration of the sighting was two minutes. This forms part of a series of four sightings by the officer who is now retired from the Gloucestershire Force. Weather - dry, fine and clear.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE3/INT (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 3RD KIND/INTERACTION)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Confidential (PRUFOS) Database.

1720 hours. Autumn. Location - Isfield near Lewes, Sussex.
Whilst waiting at bus stop a female off duty uniformed officer observed a dome shaped UFO at a low altitude of 300 feet. She described the object as having the appearance of a light or green coloured metal with a moderately reflective surface. On top of the dome protruded a blue/green light whilst underneath there was an area of intense black. For reasons she doesn’t understand she waved at the object and it passed to within 50 feet of her position. The next thing she remembers was the bus arriving and that when she tried to move her limbs felt numb. She also noticed that she had developed an acute headache. Over the next week she developed other ailments including thirst and conjunctivitis. For a time afterwards she suffered with recurring bouts of gastric problems. She cannot account for a period of 20 minutes of time whilst stood at the bus stop. She has not had any form of hypnotic regression. She was a former member of the Royal Observer Corp.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND/SYMPTONS Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Pat Grant (independent UFO researcher) as outlined in Beyond Top Secret by Tim Good, Pan Books 1996. Pages 78-79.

Evening. Location - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. An off duty uniformed Gloucestershire officer observed a large UFO in the vicinity of Orchard Road and Hesters Way, Cheltenham whilst out with his then wife. He described the object as a flying cross which was the size of a jumbo jet aircraft and that it came to a stationary position above a Catholic church. The object was seen at a low altitude of 50/100 feet. On one of the four arms he observed a red light that flashed four times before disappearing from view. The weather at the time was dark, fine and clear. Forms part of a series of four sightings reported by the officer.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Confidential (PRUFOS) Database.

November 1977. Location – Earlsfield, London. Inspector DESMOND CONDON reported seeing a hovering UFO over Earlsfield, south-west London at an approximate altitude of 3000 feet. He said, “It was a perfect pillar, it glowed with a bluish haze and stayed motionless for 30 minutes. I’ve never seen anything like it!”.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer.

1978

October 1978. 2000 hours. Location: Rosliston, Derbyshire. An off duty Special Constable, JOHN CLAYTON was travelling in his car from his home in Coton-in-the-Elms to Burton on Trent when he passed through the village of Rosliston he heard a droning noise that caused him to stop the car. When he looked upwards he saw what he described as a ‘flying hotel’, five storeys in height with windows on each storey all lit up. It appeared black in colour and was approximately 250-350 feet in length! The object was moving slowly towards Swadlingcote and Ashby at an altitude of only 500 feet and at a speed of 10 mph. It eventually gained height and disappeared over Ashby in the east.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – Irene Bott archive.

1980

March 1980. Location - Forfar, Tayside, Scotland. Whilst at home the officer saw a strange orange light in the sky. It moved away and faded from view. Moments later it reappeared much brighter than before. He could now see a series of four lights on it. The UFO appeared to be hovering above a gas compression plant approximately 2-3 miles distant. So curious was he about the object he awoke his wife and neighbours who also witnessed the light. His neighbours viewed the object through binoculars and described it as an oval rugby ball shape with a glowing white top. The officer rang Forfar police station but enquiries with nearby airports proved negative.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Dundee Courier and Advertiser 01/04/80.

1981

March 1981. Cracoe Fell near Skipton, North Yorkshire. A police officer’s wife reported seeing three lights above Cracoe Fell and alerted her husband who with another officer took a photograph of the lights. They watched the lights for an hour. The picture was sent to Graham Birdsall, the editor of UFO Magazine who launched a secret investigation into its authenticity. The photograph was later examined by a specialist photo lab in America called Ground Saucer Watch. They confirmed the authenticity of the picture. The lights were estimated to be a total length of 60 feet and were seen at a distance of approximately 50 metres. Details of the sighting and the photograph were only released to the public in August 1983, almost two and a half years after the event. A UFO sceptic researcher later claimed that the officers had witnessed a natural phenomena, that of shining rocks—a rare phenomena and to date no-one has managed to replicate the photograph so I’m not convinced.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC)
Off Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source Daily Mirror 28/08/1983.

10/03/81 Location: Carleton Moors near Skipton, North Yorkshire. Two uniformed police officers observed a large glowing oval shaped UFO as it moved over the moors.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
On duty sightings. 2 officers. Source – Yorkshire Post.

1983

0100 hours. 25/12/83. Location – Todmorden, West Yorkshire. An off duty uniformed officer was out with his girlfriend when they observed a large orange coloured UFO low in the sky above the town. The object appeared to have several spike like protrusions coming out of its structure. The UFO was then seen to disappear from view at high speed by making an angular movement. The incident was not reported.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – PRUFOS/CONFIDENTIAL.

1955 hours. 07/11/83. Location - Between Bolton Abbey and Addingham near Skipton, North Yorkshire. Whilst driving with his wife, PS TONY DODD observed a large disc shaped UFO approaching the vehicle from their right. He estimated the size of the craft as being four times that of a car. It was at a low altitude and passed almost directly over the car roof before disappearing behind nearby trees. His wife described the craft as resembling a child’s spinning top. Moments later the same UFO reappeared and swept toward the car once again. PS DODD pulled the car over to a stop and took a series of photographs of the object as it moved away into the distance. The photographs were later sent to a research facility called Ground Saucer Watch in Arizona that specialise in the analysis of reported UFO images. Their conclusion after analysis was that the photographs had recorded a genuine UFO on film, one of the few to meet their strict criteria. They estimated that the object was 30 feet in diameter and was near spherical in shape. This forms a series of sightings by the officer who later became one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject of UFOs.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Alien Investigator by Tony Dodd. Headline Publishing Books. Pages 26-28 and PRUFOS.

February 1983. 2200 hours. Location: A51, Stonehill, Staffordshire.
Two Special Constables had just left Stonehill Police station prior to going onto a nigh shift when they were in a car driving along the A51 dual carriageway when suddenly they were shocked to see a green coloured sphere, the size of a motor car, pulling along side of them as if pacing the vehicle. They watched the UFO for a distance of approximately 200 metres before it veered off the road following the line of some hedges off toward Western Bank. The UFO made no noise whatsoever when it pulled alongside the vehicle. The officers debated whether to try and follow the object but chose not too.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – PRUFOS Police Database.

February 1983. Location: Near Burton on Trent, Staffordshire. An off duty Special Constable was driving with his wife on a road near Burton on Trent when they observed a green sphere approaching them from the road ahead. The object was described as being the size of car and at an altitude of 20 feet. It passed directly over their car and out of sight.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – PRUFOS Police Database.

1986

July 1986. Location – Stockport, Cheshire. An off duty officer happened to be cleaning his camera at home when he suddenly noticed a strange bell shaped UFO in the sky above his home. He quickly took a single photograph of the object. The officer later learned there had been a series of reports from members of the public in the Stockport and Greater Manchester area.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: Stockport Times 04/07/86.

1988

January 1988. Location: Holybourne, Winchester, Hampshire. An off duty officer, PC LEN HAFFENDEN, was walking his dog near his Holybourne home when he observed an intense white light in the sky that descended at a 30 degree angle to stop and hover. He ran home to get his binoculars. His wife and son returned to where he’d seen the object. It was still there and through the binoculars he observed what appeared to be a shuttlecock shaped object. He described the object as having a very bright light at its centre with a misty fluorescence trailing behind. The object was last seen moving toward the horizon and moving into cloud.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – Hampshire Chronicle, Winchester 15/06/90.

1845-1940 hours. 29/01/1988. Alton. A uniformed officer observed a bright conical shaped UFO above Alton. The object had a tail and was seen for 55 minutes. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI documentation.

1930 hours. 18/02/1988. Bradford, West Yorkshire. An off duty police officer and his wife and children were travelling along Toller Lane, Bradford towards Bingley when they observed several white lights in the sky travelling in the same direction. The object was described as being the size of a small light aircraft. The UFO was then seen to make and abrupt turn and accelerate at high speed away from them. They could not discern any noise above that of the vehicle they were travelling in. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

1989

23/10/89. Late Evening. Location: Delamere Forest, Cheshire. An off duty police officer and his wife were driving through Delamere Forest when they observed a triangular shaped UFO that stopped at one point and hovered above their car. On the same evening several members of the public reported seeing unusual light formations above the road between Glossop and Manchester.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1 (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND)
Off duty incident. 1 Officer. Source – Metro News 10/11/89.

1990

2010 hours. 02/09/1990. Edmonton. An off duty special constable was in his garden when he observed steel grey spherical shaped UFO in the distance. The object moved smoothly across the sky and then accelerated away at speed. Seen for 20 seconds in a clear sky. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: FOI Documentation.

1992-93

1330-1400 hours. Location - Dundee, Tayside, Scotland. Whilst looking out of his living room window the officer looked toward Sidlaw Hills that overlooks Craig Owl when he saw a strange movement in cloud. As he looked at the object he realised that he could make out a sphere like object that appeared to have no real substance to it. As he watched it the UFO began to change shape as it appeared to ‘dock’ beside a communications mast beside Craig Owl. The object turned on its own axis before changing from sphere to an oval shaped UFO. He estimated its size as approximately 50-100 feet in diameter. He observed the object for 1-2 minutes. The object made a sharp movement and began to follow the contour of the hillside until it was out of sight.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off duty sighting. 1 officer. Source: PRUFOS Police Database.

1997

Mid/Late Summer 1997. 0230 hours. Location: Junction of A30/A303, Near Yeovil, Somerset. An off duty police officer was driving to work on a rural road at the above location when he saw what he initially thought was an aircraft. However he soon realised that the object was not an aircraft as it appeared to be stationary. He described the object as being at an altitude of 45 feet above a line of trees. As he drove towards it he began to make out the shape of the object. He described it as a rectangular shaped block, seen side on that was about the size of half a football field! He drove past the object that was on his right. Having wound down his window he did not hear a sound as he did so. Having passed by the object he turned the car around to go back and have a second luck. As he did so he flashed his car main beam at the object which seemed to respond by dipping slightly before moving off at speed out of view.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – CE1/INT (CLOSE ENCOUNTER 1ST KIND/INTERACTION)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – PRUFOS Police Database.

1999

0500 hours. Friday 10/09/99. Location - Weston Zoyland, Somerset. An off duty uniformed officer and his wife observed a very bright UFO moving at high speed in the sky above Weston Zoyland. The object became stationary and he observed it through a telescope for approximately 15 minutes before it sped away at great speed. He described the object as having a spherical underside whilst on top it had a faint red glow.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT) Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - UFO Magazine Mar/April edition 2000.

Between 2115-2230 hours. Saturday 21/08/99. Location - Crofton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. PRUFOS founder GARY HESELTINE was sitting in his garden looking up at he summer night’s stars when his partner, alerted him to some lights flying overhead. The officer looked in the direction she was indicating and observed three white lights moving in a perfect arrowhead triangular formation. They crossed the sky at an elevation of 60 degrees from left to right against the night landscape. The objects appeared to be at a very high altitude and were brighter than the background stars. The officer initially thought that the lights were part of one object but soon realized he could see stars between the triangle of lights indicating three distinct UFOs. No audible noise could be heard. The formation slowly moved above the roof top of the house in a west to east direction. After approximately 20 seconds or so the formation began to ‘bank’ northwards (left) in what was quite a sharp turn. Amazingly the lights turned and banked as one and never deviated from the arrowhead formation. The officer was puzzled by the lights for several years and dismissed the sighting as being that of a triangular satellite formation (which do exist). However recent enquiries and discussions on the subject have persuaded him that the objects were indeed UFOs because it is believed it would be impossible for a satellite formation to perform such a tight banking manoeuvre over such a short distance. The officer was previously in the Royal Air Force and has a keen interest in aircraft recognition.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHTS)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - Gary Heseltine, founder of the PRUFOS Database.

2000

Early evening. Winter. Location – Colchester, Essex. An off duty uniformed traffic officer was out jogging we he observed a slow moving light low in the sky above Colchester. His first thought was that it was a military aircraft however as it passed directly over him he was struck by the fact that he could not detect any sound whatsoever. He described the UFO as being triangular in shape and definitely ruled out a helicopter as being responsible. The object was seen travelling from South to North. The object was also moving too slowly to be a Galaxy transport aircraft. A member of the public also reported seeing the same object.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – PRUFOS/CONFIDENTIAL.

2001

2003 hours. Tuesday 06/11/01. Location - Rochdale approaching the M62 motorway in Lancashire. The off duty uniformed officer was with one other person when they saw a bright light which gave the impression of being a cluster of smaller lights sat between two areas of red light. The red lights oscillated between various shades of the colour. The UFO appeared to hover for a period of ten seconds before moving off at a tremendous rate of acceleration that was seemingly from a standing start. The object moved off in a 40 degree arc out of sight taking only four seconds to do so. The weather was broken cloud with intermittent rain. There was no obvious sound associated with the object above that of the surrounding road noise. The UFO was seen at an elevation of thirty degrees. This forms part of a series of three sightings by the officer.
UFO CLASSIFICATION - NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source - UFO Magazine 2001.

11/08/2001 0635 hours. Location - South Shields, County Durham. A Northumbria police officer began to drive his car out of his drive on his way to work. As he turned right he had a view towards a local technical college. He noticed a cigar shaped object hovering above it. He discounted the shape as an airship. He then walked approximately 40 yards to his garage looked again but the object had disappeared. The officer had spent 14 years in the RAF and was very familiar with aircraft of many types. He did not report the incident fearing ridicule from his fellow colleagues. He later became aware that several members of the public had reported seeing a UFO in the area. The weather at the time of the sighting was bright, sunny with excellent visibility.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC)
Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: PRUFOS Police Database.

2002

0316 hours. Sunday 07/04/2002. Location - Hellifield near Skipton, North Yorkshire. The uniformed officer was off duty having just completed a 5-3 shift. As she pulled off the A65 near Hellified to look for the comet Ikeya-Zhang she caught sight of a triangular formation of lights moving in what seemed perfect unison. The white lights moved slowly across the sky and at one point made a slight ‘banking’ manoeuvre seemingly moving as one. She is not sure whether she was looking at one large triangular object or three distinct objects. An avid stargazer she is well used to looking at the night sky at various times of the year. Seeking corroboration she had the presence of mind to ring her sergeant who was driving home on his way to Otley, West Yorkshire. He stopped his car and from his location witnessed the same triangular formation. His corroboration came two minutes after the initial sighting. The object(s) faded out of view low on the horizon. This forms part of a series of three sightings by the officer.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT)
Off Duty sighting. 2 Officers. Source – PRUFOS/CONFIDENTIAL.

2004

13/06/2004. 1700 hours. Location: Oval Cricket Ground, London. Two off duty police officers and two civilian police employees were watching the Surrey v Kent cricket match when one of them spotted what appeared to be a pole/cigar shaped object in the sky. They were able to view it through binoculars but failed to identify it. It was travelling very slowly and rising gradually higher into the sky. The UFO took 20-30 minutes to pass over them.
UFO CLASSIFICATION – DD (DAYLIGHT DISC)
Off Duty sightings. 2 Officers. Source – PRUFOS Police Database.

2007

Early evening. April. Location: Crofton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire. PRUFOS founder DC GARY HESELTINE observed a white sphere approaching his home from an easterly direction. He then observes the same object through binoculars confirming that the object possess no navigation lights, there was no noise and the officer was able to confirm the shape of the UFO i.e. sphere. The object was also seen briefly witnessed by officer’s fiancée. Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source – Author and Founder of PRUFOS Police Database.

2153-2157 hours. 15/09/2007. Location: Yeovil, Somerset. An off duty sighting by Special Constable PC STEPHEN MAINS. Having gone outside his home to have a cigarette he noticed a bright orange object moving slowly across the sky to the east. As it did so he then saw that there were two other orange lights that appeared to be moving in formation nearby. All three objects then passed directly over his home at which point the officer called his wife to observe the objects who corroborated the sighting. UFO CLASSIFICATION – NL (NOCTURNAL LIGHT). Off Duty sighting. 1 Officer. Source: The PRUFOS Police Database
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