Charity chief joins police boss's team
The regional head of a charity that supports victims of crime has taken on a voluntary position at Devon and Cornwall Police.
Georgie Constable, Devon and Cornwall divisional manager for Victim Support, will work with Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Hogg.
Mr Hogg said Ms Constable would ensure the effective delivery of his policing plan.
He said: "I'm really pleased that Georgie is helping us. She has so much knowledge in this area and it makes complete sense for me to 'tap' into this.
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"As Police and Crime Commissioner, I need to work with a range of partners and experts to ensure that I can effectively deliver my policing plan."
Victim Support is a national charity giving free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected across England and Wales.
It also speaks out as a strong voice for victims and witnesses and campaigns for change within the criminal justice system.
Ms Constable said: "I am delighted to have accepted Tony Hogg's invitation and I'm looking forward to working closely with him.
"We've already had many productive conversations since he was elected as PCC. I welcome the opportunity to further my work at Victim Support, putting local victims of crime first and making sure their voices are heard."