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Rod Hutton

Election statement:

I resigned as a Special Police Sgt – with the Metropolitan Police Service in the summer of 2012 after 19yrs service.

My offer to you is a mixture of Policing & business/commercial skillset which make me a qualified & experienced candidate for this role.  I will ensure that Derbyshire people have a voice in ensuring you get best value out of your Police service & Community Safety initiatives.  This full time role demands knowledge of Policing – inside & outside of the organisation, the role of the voluntary sector & community safety initiatives. I have those skills & will use those for the benefit of our communities.

I have had significant experiences in the setting up of specialised Police units during my previous Police service and these have had significant positive impacts on local community issues.  Together with my business & commercial skills of stabilising businesses which are going through tough times, it is knowledge & experiences such as  these that are key to a better application of this role.

I moved to Derbyshire in 2005/6 with my partner to start a family since her family live in Ripley, and I continued to commute to London to perform my Police duties at the weekend.

Prepared by & on behalf of Rod Hutton, acting as my own agent, of 29 Bridle Lane Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3BL

Website: www.rod4derbyshirepcc.com