Daniel Reynolds

Daniel joined the members committee because there is a very real need to bridge the gap between the College of Policing and frontline Police and staff.

He was one of the original Frontline Champions and have a really good understanding of the College and what it is trying to achieve.  He has also have seen first-hand the frustration both felt within the College and by forces, largely due to the inability for the College to speak directly to its members.

The College generates a mixed view by frontline staff but he has seen how it is made of dedicated staff drawn from operational backgrounds – it really is run by policing and for all in policing!  He saw that he could make a difference by being part of the membership committee and ensuring that the membership offering becomes everything it promises it could be. 

This role has allowed him to be a critical friend to the College.  It has given him the opportunity to represent his own views and that of his peers at the highest level of the College of Policing.  It has also continued to give him an insight into how the College works and the hard work being put in by the team to make membership a reality.

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