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Meeting Sussex Police Chief Constable Jo Shiner (Part 3)

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Jo Shiner is Sussex Police’s ninth Chief Constable, and the force’s first ever female Chief. She was appointed in July 2020. 
Jo started her policing career in Norfolk in 1993, serving up to the rank of Chief Superintendent. She then transferred on promotion to Kent as Assistant Chief Constable in 2014 heading up both the Operations Command and Local Policing. Jo joined Sussex Police in late 2018 as Deputy Chief Constable.
Amongst her national responsibilities, Jo is the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) lead for Roads Policing. Jo also represents Chief Constables as the Police Trustee on the Road Safety Trust.
In this third of three videos for PolicingTV recorded with our Founder, Bernard Rix, Jo tells us about what led her to become a police officer. She also provides a number of observations drawn from her time in policing, and considers the challenges that lie ahead.

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