Miss Patience Tayo Awe
INDEPENDENT Candidate for Thames Valley Police
Patience Tayo Awe's Manifesto, Views and Vision for the Thames Valley
Patience Tayo Awe has not yet provided us with a manifesto document.
I finished my first degree over 20 years ago, completed my MSc IT postgraduate degree 12 years ago and became a PRINCE2 Registered Practitioner in 2004. I have worked in various sectors, as a front office cashier, teacher, insurance marketing executive, banker, software tester, IT Capacity Planner, Project Manager. I am an inspirational and results-driven person that is passionate about people, justice and serving the community. This is evident by my interests, different memberships and charity Trustee role.
• I am a Trustee, on the Board of RVA, a charity that supports Reading’s voluntary and community sector also provides advisory services and training.
• Member of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust.
• Member of the Reading Criminal Justice Association.
• Just joined the Women’s Institute.
ICT is crucial in fighting crime, that in 2010/11 £1.1bn was spent on police ICT. I am the only candidate with IT qualifications and experience needed to avoid G4S or £14m train fiasco in the IT area.
If elected, I will involve and represent all the people impartially.I am not affiliated to any political party. Keep political party politics out of policing to maintain the integrity of the Police service and truly empower the people.
What is your vision for policing in the Thames Valley?
Why should people in the Thames Valley vote for you?
Q1. What inspired you to stand as a Police & Crime Commissioner?
Q2. Why are you qualified to be the Police & Crime Commissioner?
Q3. What one thing would you like to change about local policing if you were elected?
Q4. What would be your top three crime priorities if you are elected?
Q5. What is your most memorable personal experience of policing in the Thames Valley?
Q6. How do you view your role in the criminal justice system beyond policing?