The family of a Lincolnshire Special Constable killed in a car crash have paid tribute to him.
Scott Bennett will be remembered by his family, partner and friends as a loving, dependable and supporting man who lived his life to the full.
Mr Bennett died in a road traffic collision on the A46 at Welton on November 3 – a year to the day after he became a Special Constable with Lincolnshire Police.
His family say he will be missed by a huge amount of people and remembered as someone who could always be relied on for help and support.
The 24-year-old was born in Grimsby and was studying for a Criminology degree with Lincoln University. He was still studying, whilst working part-time at Asda, at the time of his death. It was his long-term ambition to become a police officer.
Mr Bennett leaves behind his mother, Dawn Bennett, a 45-year-old mortgage broker, his father, 50-year-old food production co-ordinator Stephen Bennett, his brother, 26-year-old Sainsburys worker Shane Bennett and his girlfriend, 22-year-old Jenny Inkson, who works as an Estate Agent.
In his spare time Scott was a cage fighter, who regularly went to Fight Ministry in Grimsby and he also had an interest in taekwondo, jujitsu and kick boxing.