Andrew Pardy

Andy is an operational front line Sergeant in Hertfordshire Constabulary, having previously served as a Constable in both Intervention and Safer Neighbourhood roles.

Andy is an equality & Diversity representative for his force, and has previously sat as a member of the ACPO EDHR Stakeholder meetings. Andy is also the founding Chair of the Police Pagan Association, an ACPO and Home Office endorsed DSSA that supports Pagan police officers and staff and seeks to improve the relationship between the police service and Pagan communities.

Andy also sits as a Police Association Strategic Lead with the Police Federation as part of the Normington Review implementation process, and is heavily involved in the diversification of the police chaplaincy at a national level.

Andy is proud to be a member of the College's Members Committee, and hopes to assist in recruiting into to the diversity of College's membership and representation in relation to protected characteristics and rank. Andy is eager to dispel the concept that the College is a place for executive officers to decide the fate of front line policing, and to involve more PCSOs, constables and police staff into the decisions and consultation processes that are changing the face of modern policing.

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