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New Chair and Deputy Announced for Wycombe IAG

Alert message sent 14/06/2018 11:47:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

At the recent meeting of the newly-established Independent Advisory Group (IAG) for the Wycombe local policing area, members voted in their new Chair and Deputy Chair.

Rachel Mozley will serve as Chair of the group and Sadia Hussain as the Deputy Chair. 

IAGs have been set up by Thames Valley Police to enable communities to work with the police to help improve the service provided by the force. Those forming the IAG are members of the public who are independent of the police but who have an interest in how it serves their local area.

Rachel currently manages the office of the political and civic heads within local government. Rachel has been an active volunteer throughout her life, serving as a Special Constable in Cambridge in her twenties and raising thousands of pounds for charities through a number of sports activities and events. Rachel is currently an active member of the Christian church; leading and mentoring young people as well as establishing the Wycombe Street Angels in 2008, an independent voluntary organisation that looks after those frequenting the pubs and clubs in Wycombe after midnight. She also volunteers for the Wycombe Homeless Connection night shelter, and the children’s summer holiday programme Lighthouse.

Sadia has lived in High Wycombe all her life and has worked locally and regionally, with a number of organisations with a vision of building safer and more cohesive communities. Sadia is currently the Manager of Wycombe Youth Action, an independent youth charity offering a wide range of projects designed to inspire and empower young people in the Wycombe area, leading on issues such as PREVENT, exploitation, and youth violence. Sadia previously worked for Youth Offending Services in High Wycombe and London helping to intervene in moments of crisis for young people, supporting them in seeing and realising their potential.

Together Rachel and Sadia, as the first female leads of an IAG, will ensure the committee fulfils their visions of being a space for all communities and groups to have a voice and fair representation, without fear of judgement or voice being suppressed. 
Both are keen to create a forum of active and constructive discussions and contributions to help advise the local police team on the views and opinions of the communities that they serve to help shape priorities and procedures.

You can find out more about Independent Advisory Groups and how you can get involved on the Thames Valley Police website  
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Mel Reedman (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)

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