/ Declared Interests of Chief Officers

The declared interests of Chief Officers includes posts held within policing, the voluntary declaration of posts held outside of policing and business interests.

Ian Hopkins, Chief Constable

  • Ian is the national policing lead for Digital Engagement and Social Media and the national policing lead for the policing of party political conferences. Ian is a Director for the Police Treatment Centre and the St George’s Police Children's Trust. Ian is a Trustee for Cash for Kids.

Ian Pilling, Deputy Chief Constable

  • Ian is the National Policing Lead for Vulnerable Adults.

Garry Shewan, Assistant Chief Constable

  • Garry is national policing lead for Restorative Justice, Stalking & Harassment, Student Crime and Jewish matters. He is a trustee of the Restorative Justice Council. Garry is involved in the running of a local Junior Football Team. Garry is also chair of governors at Unity primary school. He has no business interests.

Rob Potts, Assistant Chief Constable

  • Rob is a member of the Management Board for Odd Arts, an organisation which has a team of specialist creative experts who work with high risk and vulnerable individuals in prisons, schools, secure units and the community.

Debbie Ford, Assistant Chief Constable

  • No interests to declare

Lynne Potts, Assistant Chief Officer

  • No interests to declare

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