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Hertfordshire officers take part in national police recruitment campaign

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A dozen Hertfordshire Constabulary officers feature in a national police recruitment campaign organised by the Home Office.

They gave up their day off to take roles in the 'Be the Difference' video illustrating a drug bust, which was filmed at a former Shredded Wheat factory in Welwyn Garden City.

Inspector Gemma Badat, from Hertfordshire Constabulary's Workforce Development Unit, said: "It was fantastic to be involved in the making of the national Police Uplift recruitment video and I'm very passionate about recruiting the right people as future police officers.

Gemma Badat (54178669)
Gemma Badat (54178669)

"As a woman from a mixed heritage background it really matters to me that policing is more diverse and representative of the communities we serve and protect.

"Of course, it's not just about race and everyone at Hertfordshire Constabulary takes personal responsibility to help create an inclusive workplace, where police officers and staff respect one another, feel valued for their differences and can be themselves. We are committed to providing reasonable adjustments, wherever needed so everyone feels welcome and can flourish."

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