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Meeting James Deller new Chief Officer of the Met’s Special Constabulary (Part 1)

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James Deller MA Chartered MICPD has recently been appointed as the Chief Officer of the Metropolitan Police’s Special Constabulary.

As a senior law enforcement volunteer, he has over 29 years of experience, spanning four different police forces, and operating at a strategic level since 2005.

In part one of this exclusive, three-part video series with James, he tells PolicingTV Founder Bernard Rix about his policing background across four forces (Dyfed Powys, North Yorkshire, Surrey and the Metropolitan Police), and what led him to become a Special Constable.

He also tells us something about the policing-related history of Epsom racecourse. Separate from his experience as a law enforcement volunteer, James is a senior Learning and Development Leader and Chartered Member of the CIPD with an Master of Arts in Business & Management.

He is Head of Core Skills at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He has recorded a previous video with PolicingTV, which can be found on our website and on our YouTube channel.

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