Mike Pannett former Metropolitan Police officer in 1988, soon became the youngest police constable to be given his own patch, he quickly learnt the foundation skills required to be a good officers and extended his experiences he became part of the Divisional Crime Squad and TSG.

After a very successful period with the Metropolitan Police mike moved back to the countryside joining North Yorkshire Police.

Mike in 2005 was filmed and appeared in BBC’s Country Cops, soon after Mike began writing several books during his time with North Yorkshire Police.

Most recently Mike become more well known for his regular appearances on Sky News and LBC with his PlebGate Campaigning and #DontDitchTheDogs.

Mike is a good Yorkshire chap with great values, he speaks on behalf of all police officers and highlights issues speaking out for police officers all over the country on a national scale.

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