This section covers my involvement in Hampshire Police .

Since 2018 I have been a member of the Hampshire Police Independent Advisory Group (AIG) based in Havant. IAGs are voluntary groups made up of members of the public that are independent from the police and who review incidents and issues that impact local communities. 

While I was a local Havant Borough Councillor between 2014-2018, I attended various operational shifts and a training course as an observer.  These activitied allowed me better understand how the Police Force help and protect our residents in Havant.

These activites are published here, and all have received clearance from Hampshire Police Communications and Police Operational areas prior to being released to the Portsmouth News for publication. 

Since 2018 I have been a member of the Hampshire Police Independent Advisory Group (AIG) based in Havant. IAGs are voluntary groups made up of members of the public that are independent from the police. They meet between four and six times a year, to review and challenge policing practices in a constructive way. This helps us improve our service to the public.

To read more about IAGs, please go here: Hampshire Police Independent Advisory Groups.

IAG members are encouraged to help the community with their skills and knowledge.

Below is the article that was approved for release to the Portsmouth News for publication, and published here: 

Operational detail of this shift is confidential, and no further details can be disclosed by me.

Below is the article that was approved for release to the Portsmouth News for publication, and published here: 

Operational detail of this shift is confidential, and no further details can be disclosed by me.