BTP Empower Magazine Issue2




Charlotte de Brito | Security & Safeguarding Manager


POLICING MEANS TO ME: I joined to do the right thing and help others. We are a small minority who does a job like no other. I am very passionate about policing and strive extremely hard to provide

POLICING MEANS TO ME: Joining BTP opened up opportunities to develop

personally and professionally and make a positive difference into our community. At BTP we are proud Guardians of the Railway and our police staff roles come in all shapes and sizes, from supporting frontline officers

a service that people won’t forget. When I joined the motto was ‘treat every call like it is someone from your own family’ – this is how I still treat individuals I come into contact with.

in to

the Control Room through professional functions in People and Culture, Finance and Commercial Digital and Technology and other amazing roles.

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ARLENE WILSon | Superintendent

POLICING MEANS TO ME: A chance to make a positive difference. Initially that difference was to those victims of crime or bereavement, being there to investigate thoroughly. I would seek the truth and found supporting people through trauma was a privilege, that I hold with the highest regard. I now make the biggest impact by enabling, supporting and encouraging colleagues to make that same difference, ensuring that I serve my team and help others become great.

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