Where: Richard Taunton College, Southampton www.richardtaunton.ac.uk/findus
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Date: 29th January 2014
Time: 14:25 – 15.55
With: Chief Constable of Hampshire Andy Marsh
Biography of Chief Constable Andy Marsh
Appointed Chief Constable of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight in February 2013, Andy Marsh built his leadership skills with Avon and Somerset, and Wiltshire, police forces working in operational and detective roles.Andy joined Hampshire in 2010 when he was appointed Deputy Chief Constable, leading operational policing and a programme of change on behalf of the now Head of the College of Policing, Alex Marshall. Today, crime levels in the county are at their lowest ever levels and Hampshire is one of the best value for money police forces with £55m saved from the public purse to date and a further £25m planned by 2016. Throughout his career, Andy Marsh has been leading and creating an environment at work where his officers, police staff and volunteers can flourish. This is a critical part of building trust within communities, a key challenge for police officers at a time when greater transparency and accountability is rightly being demanded by the public. In January 2014 Andy was appointed national policing lead for Body Worn Video – high spec cameras carried by police officers which offer the potential to build trust with the public and a more accurate and verifiable digital record of evidence. The new role recognises the work done to date in Hampshire, where use of this technology is not just cutting edge within Britain but on a par with anywhere in the world.Andy is married with two daughters and enjoys cycling, running and rowing. Honing his skills off the south coast paid off when bringing home a bronze medal from the World Fire and Police Games in 2013.
Andy’s external commitments also include:
- ACPO Chairman – Firearms
- Gurney Fund Trustee
- Police Dependants’ Trustee
- Trustee of the Blue Lamp Trust
In an interactive interview with a member of the Dialogue Society staff, Chief Constable Andy Marsh will explore his journey to success, discussing the challenges that he faced, the inspiration, attitudes and actions that helped him overcome these and his advice to participants at the start of their journeys. A Q&A session will follow the interview, and participants, staff and speakers will have time to interact informally over refreshments.
- 2.25pm Introduction from a Dialogue Society member of staff
- 2.30pm Interview with speaker
- 3.10pm Question and answer session
- 3.30pm Closing remarks
- 3.35pm Refreshments
- 3.55pm End of the session
- About the Success School
- The Dialogue Society Success School is a programme of interactive seminars intended to help inspire, encourage and equip young people to aspire to and work towards success.
- The Southampton Success School will begin with two sessions with professional performance coaches who will help participants explore the attitudes and habits conducive to success and fulfilment.
- At the remaining three sessions participants will hear the inspirational stories of a range of successful professionals in a friendly and interactive environment.
- Regular attendees will receive certificates.
- Who’s it For?
- The School is primarily intended for young people of 16-21 years of age in and around Southampton. We hope to welcome participants from a range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
- The Sessions
- 1. Southampton Success School – Week 1: with Kiki Maurey OBE
- 2. Southampton Success School – Week 2: with Wyn Morgan, “The Happy-Success Coach”
- 3. Southampton Success School – Week 3: with Chief Constable of Hampshire Andy Marsh