Visit to Bracknell and Wokingham College

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Anthony Stansfeld, visited Bracknell and Wokingham College last week (21/05).

The visit gave him an opportunity to see the college and speak to students currently studying on the Uniformed Public Services course.

The PCC also gave a talk to the students about his role and the work he has done so far.

Anthony Stansfeld, the Police and Crime Commissioner said:”It was a very interesting visit and I was delighted to be able to meet students studying Uniformed Public Services and have the opportunity to give a talk to them. It is a most impressive college with a wide range of skills being taught.”

Campbell Christie, Principal and Chief Executive of Bracknell & Wokingham College said:  “Mr Stansfeld kindly gave a talk to one of our groups about his role as Police and Crime Commissioner which they listened to intently.  Another of our groups were taking part in a role play based around search of a suspicious person over an explosives find with a subsequent arrest.  Mr Stansfeld was able to take part in the feedback session on the exercise which gave it a lot more reality. 

“All of this was of great benefit to the students who were able to put a face to someone they had read about in their studies and they were grateful for the time spent with them.”

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