The College of Policing has appointed three new non-executive directors. They join the college as independent members of the college of policing’s board.
The new members who have been appointed are Clare Minchington, Ian Wylie and Jackie Smith.
All three members are independent which means they come from a non-policing background, to offer a fresh approach within the college.
Over the next few months, the College will be arranging some local force visits and meetings with national partners for Clare, Jackie and Ian as part of an induction programme introducing them to the police service.
They replace Sir Denis O’Connor and Professor Larry Sherman who stepped down in December 2017, and Millie Banerjee who was appointed the chair of the board in November 2017.
Millie Banerjee, Chair of the College of Policing, said:
“I am pleased to welcome our three new appointees and look forward to working with them. Now that the College’s board is at full strength we are well placed to work closely with the executive on our ambitious plans to better support policing.
Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, CEO of the College of Policing, said:
“Our three new appointees bring great expertise and experience from membership and regulatory bodies as well as academia. This can only be of benefit to the College, our members and the public that we serve so I look forward to working with them as we go forward.”
All three attended their first board meeting in July.
Clare Minchington is currently the Chair of BPP University and a Council Member and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee for the General Optical Council.
Ian Wylie has been Chief Executive of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists since September 2010.
Jackie Smith joins having previously been chief executive of the Nursing and Midwifery Council for over six years.
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