As I mentioned in previous post a very rarely seen document...many thanks for sharing it here
I also found the translation I was interested in seeing from your post on another forum
Albert Tripp was born in February 1916 in Neuberg. His dienstpass was issued in Bochum in April 1941.
He served at Bochum from Nov 1940 - Dec 1942, and at Kielce from Dec 1942 to April 1943 before being assigned to SS-Pol.Rgt 23 on May 1st 1943, employed as a driver.
As can be seen from his active assignments list he was present at the tail end of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising with the entry Termination Battles Of The Ghetto - Major Action In Warsaw, and again an entry indicating his presence at the second Uprising with the entry District Of Warsaw To fight Partisans, Protection Of Objects And The Execution Of Special Tasks. Unfortunately the dienstpass does not say what these 'special tasks' were or what his fate was after 1st August 1944, but two months after the 'Ghetto Aktion' he received a promotion.
Albert Tripp was awarded the Hitler Youth Honour Badge, Austrian Anschluss Medal & the 8 Year Police Service Medal. Prior to serving with the polizei, Albert Tripp was a member of Artillery Rgt 6, joining the Ordungspolizei in 1937.
SS-Pol.Rgt 23 has a couple of brief mentions in The Stroop Report, notably a casualty & also an instruction from Jurgen Stroop on 16th May 1943.