Thanks for tuning into this weeks episode of Success is a System with Mike Greene.

This weeks guest is Julie Spence, a retired British police officer and a passionate activist. Serving as the Chief Constable for Cambridgeshire Constabulary from December 2005 to September 2010, she became a headline maker by advocating for fairer funding amidst the increasing challenges of migration and immigration in Cambridgeshire.

Julie Spence’s influence extends beyond her law enforcement career. She’s the former president of the British Association for Women in Policing, leaving an indelible mark on the path toward gender equality in the police force. As the ACPO lead on citizen focus issues, she displayed an unwavering dedication to community-oriented policing.

Recognized for her exceptional commitment, Julie Spence was honoured with the Champion Award in 2006, a testament to her role as a gender champion and her remarkable achievements.

Her journey of impact continues today. Currently, she holds the position of Chair for both the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust and Police Mutual. Additionally, since her appointment in 2017, she’s been serving as Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, a role that places her at the forefront of leadership in the region, leading the Lieutenancy of Cambridgeshire.

In this succinct episode, we’ll delve into Julie Spence’s multifaceted journey – from her tenure in law enforcement, her pivotal advocacy for equality, to her current roles as a community leader and Chair. Stay tuned as we uncover the layers of Julie Spence’s impactful life.

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