Category Staff Profiles

Hugh Dixon – a day in the life of a Voice Team Leader

The work we have done is pioneering I first started working for Voice as part of the Roadharm service. I was in the Police for 30 years and for about 17 of those years I was involved in road death investigations. I was a Family Liaison Officer, and later the…

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Meet our new Non-Executive Director, Suzanne Burke

New Non-Executive Director, Suzanne Burke, tells the story of her journey to Voice I joined the Civil Service in the year 2000 as a member of the Child Support Agency. This was quite a new agency at the time, and the work I undertook whilst in that position inspired me to…

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Duncan Ward: a day in the life of a Road Harm Co-ordinator

I joined the police in 1996 having spent a number of years in the army. Later, I became a firearms officer on the Roads Policing Unit. Armed response and traffic officers have always worked closely together, and I spent eighteen years on the armed response team, dealing with a variety…

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Rachel Mobbs: a day in the life of a Voice Witness Care Team Leader

Before becoming involved in witness care I worked for Bedford Probation as an Employment Advocacy Officer. After three enjoyable years in that position I moved to the Department for Work and Pensions where I worked on their Welfare for Work scheme. Both roles gave me the opportunity to help people,…

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Georgina Dixon: a day in the life of a Voice Witness Care Officer

My journey to Voice always felt like a natural career progression. While working as a pharmacy technician at Northampton General Hospital, I realised I wanted to help people more directly, and when I spotted the advert for the Witness Care Office role at Voice it seemed perfect! My dad is…

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Delia Tekas: a day in the life of the Voice Introductions Team

My career spans about twenty-five years and has been quite varied, but it was mainly spent in Human Resources and staff development. I loved that work, but simply reached a point where I felt like I needed a new challenge, and I’ve always had an interest in psychology. I subsequently…

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A new home, amazing team and brilliant partners: why I love my role at Voice

By Fiona Campbell A little background… I worked for the Crown Prosecution Service for twenty-nine years, and during that time I was always very interested in the journeys taken through the criminal justice system by victims and witnesses. I was also on the commissioning board for SARC in Northamptonshire (which…

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