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The South Staffordshire Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) has been boosted with the introduction of a new inspector.
Louise Booker joined Staffordshire Police in 2021 having spent 16 years at West Midlands Police. She will be working alongside South Staffordshire NPT commander, Chief Inspector David Wain.
Louise enjoyed a variety of different roles at West Midlands Police over her 16-year career, including neighbourhood policing, child abuse investigations and homicide.
She has also completed a Masters Degree at Coventry University in Leadership and Management.
Looking ahead to her new role, Inspector Louise Booker said: "I’m looking forward to building relationships internally and externally with partners to reduce crime.
“I moved to Staffordshire Police to take up a new challenge and I’m really excited to be working in South Staffordshire with a fantastic team who are hardworking and highly motivated”.
“I have experience around managing risk and vulnerability which I’m keen to share with my colleagues to further increase the positive impact they’re having within our local communities.”
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