Barry Coppinger – Police & Crime Commissioner, Cleveland Police
Barry Coppinger was first elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland on 22 November 2012. He was re-elected by the people of Cleveland on 5 May 2016 for a further four years.
He has worked in the steel industry, when first leaving school; later in public sector finance, where he gained an accountancy qualification; and in helping develop community businesses at a local enterprise agency.
He brings to the role a long track record of public service, including wide experience of policing and public protection services. He served as a local councillor for 28 years and has held numerous posts including Executive Member for Public Protection, Chair of a Crime and Disorder Partnership and of the Cleveland Joint Emergency Planning Committee, as well as serving as a member of the former police authority.
In 2019, Barry played a central role in introducing Cleveland Police Positive Recruitment Roadshow, with focus to engage African, Asian and Minority Ethnic (AAME) communities directly, to encourage and support application for the role of police constable.
Barry also introduced Neighbourhood Policing in Cleveland and has experience of developing a wide range of public protection and community safety projects. He has built a wide range of political and professional contacts over many years, working with many residents and community groups on which he has built a wide-ranging 53 point Police & Crime Plan for the Cleveland area, which he is focussed on implementing.
A lifelong Teessider, he is married with 2 sons and in his spare time enjoys walking, cycling and sampling local produce and culture.
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ABOUT THE EVENT
This year’s 2020 event is a two (2) day interactive&empowering event as a retreat to explore African Community Prospects in 2020 & Beyond.
About this Event
Theme: African Community Prospects in 2020 and Beyond
Happy prosperous new year to you. As you recall our Big Shout out went to Luke Pottage – Graduate Intern @ Student Recruitment & Marketing, Teesside University for a well-planned and successful Commonwealth for Africa 2019 event held on Friday 15 March 2019.
Here is the link to last year event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2fcqXLDRDs&t=260s
Here we come again, as we are aspiring to keep it fun, more exciting, engaging and inclusive.
If you require assistance for an affordable hotel reservation please contact Number : 07404817935
This year’s event is a two day interactive and empowering event as a retreat for stakeholders and all parties concerned with the journey of rebuilding homes and support of African families within the UK. Our guests will be travelling from Ireland, Scotland, Bradford, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Newcastle and Oxford. Would you like to partner or sponsor, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further discussion on possible partnership and sponsorship.
Day 1: Friday 6 March 2020
11am – Strategic Meeting with Sue Butcher – Director, Children in Care, Middlesbrough Council
Venue: Meeting Room 1, Student Union Building, Teesside University, TS1 3BA
6pm – Commonwealth Praise Night Unlimited
Venue: RCCG OUR SAVIOURS PARISH, 110-112 Norton Rd, Stockton-on-Tees TS20 2AQ . For directions please contact 07957730151
Guest Minister : Dr Sola Adesola
Day 2 : Saturday 7 March 2020
11.00am – 16.00
Venue : Middlesbrough Citadel Salvation Army, Southfield Road, Middlesbrough TS1 3BZ
Keynote Speaker : Councillor Favour Ezeifedi
Award Presentation, Child Protection Workshop, Showcase of Business, Networking and Signpost on Jobs/ Business Opportunities.
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