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New PCSO takes to the streets Bakewell and the White Peak villages

Alert message sent 27/04/2020 07:14:00

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People living in Bakewell and the surrounding villages of the White Peak are getting to know a new face on the streets as the local neighbourhood policing team welcomes a new member.

Benjamin Morris is the latest Police Community Support Officer to join the local Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Before becoming a PCSO, Ben worked for a company that built minibus, ambulances and camper vans and volunteered with us as a Special Constable in the High Peak area.

He said: “I feel really lucky to work in Bakewell, the town has a great community spirit especially at the moment with everybody seems to be listening to the governments advice of staying home. I feel the local shops are doing a great job of looking after vulnerable people in the area supplying them with food and medicine.

“Since I started I’ve been involved in all different types of events and incidents; no two days are the same. I became a PCSO because I wanted a new challenge, and I love the sense of achievement I feel after completing a shift knowing that I have made a positive change to a situation and hopefully made someone’s life better.”

Outside of work Ben enjoys taking his three-year-old Yorkie Russell- a Jack Russel/Yorkshire terrier cross.

If you would like to help local communities, inspire change and create opportunities and help to create a safe environment then you might want to consider applying to become a PCSO.
We’re open for recruitment now, visit our careers website to find out more about the job role and how you can apply: https://bit.ly/2RjUvgp

You can also follow the work of the Bakewell area Safer Neighbourhood policing team on Facebook, www.facebook.com/BakewellSNT or on Twitter @BakewellSNT
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