A recent event hosted by the partnership on MS Teams was a great success and saw some 70 students join in to gain an insight of how to give themselves the best chance of success in their search for jobs post graduation.
The Partnership was once again in attendance at the open day and presented an evidence trail around the site and then some work on a tablet computer to assess a variety of forensic evidence to narrow down who was the suspect.
Chief Constable Gareth Morgan commented on the day saying ‘Once again we opened the doors at Staffordshire Police to welcome thousands of people from local communities to the Open Day at HQ. It was brilliant to be able to share what we do with the people we do it for and it was great to see so many of our partners there to show how we work together to keep people safe’
From the Partnership point of view the day went extremely well as our evidence trail proved to be very popular. Over 250 people took part, assisted by mums, dads, siblings and friends, in cracking the case of who was the driver who crashed into the golden post box at Leek.
The event and activity gave the partnership the opportunity to show case the work it does and also to help and advise potential students on the courses on offer.
We understand that this years event attracted at least as many as last years Open Day of 10,000 if not more.
The partnership are grateful for the assistance of everyone who made the day a great success.