Your dedicated neighbourhood team
I joined Leicestershire Police in 2002 and worked from Asfordby St Police station as a general response officer for 6 years.
I then moved to Spinney Hill Park Police station and became a neighbourhood officer currently working on the Stoneygate Ward.
As I have worked all of my career within this area I have a good knowledge of the location, and good working relationship with key members of the community and partner agencies. I am keen to work on issues that matter to the local community with a problem solving approach.
I have been a Police Officer since 1997 and have spent the vast majority of my career working in this area. I really enjoy the challenge of being a Local Beat Officer, part of the Stoneygate Safer Neighbourhood team. I have a particular interest in working around the Evington Road and Way Roads area. I like to be out on patrol as much as possible, targeting the people who commit crime and anti-social behaviour.
I joined Leicestershire Police in 2005 as a Special Constable, and then in 2007 I was appointed as a Police Community Support Officer. I have worked hard to build up very good relations on the beat and I love being 'out there? helping the community. I like making a difference and positively tackling the causes and effects of anti-social behaviour.
I joined Leicestershire Police in 2010 as a Police Community Support Officer.
I focus on being visible on patrol in the community and I strive to make a positive difference. My priorities on the beat are providing a visible deterrent and reassuring presence.
I have worked hard to build up my community contacts and make a positive difference to those suffering from local anti-social behaviour.
I have been working for Leicestershire Police for the past 14 years in a number of roles primarily in the Loughborough and Charnwoo0d areas prior to working as a response Sergeant covering Hinckley & Blaby.
I come to the East Leicester Neighbourhood Policing Area in October 2018 and am keen to develop relationships within the community, whilst addressing any concerns that you may have. If you see me out and about, please feel free to come and speak with me.