Sue brings a wealth of skills and experience gained from a ten-year period working with organisations which offer services to vulnerable adults and young people, and those less able to reach mainstream facilities. Each of these organisations have had varying objectives, approaches and lines of impact.
Sue is able to draw on her experiences as a Police Officer and years of multi agency working. She has initiated and supported intervention methods, reduced offending, anti-social behaviour, helped to protect local residents and those visiting or working in and around the centre of Norwich. She has worked with victims of crime, those who were offending, affected by drugs, alcohol, bullying, with suicidal tendencies and mental health concerns. Sue is an advocate of restorative justice and has had great success in using this method. Her most recent work was focused on reducing licensing offences and vulnerability across all age groups around Norfolk from alcohol and drug misuse.
Sue is experienced in providing administrative and business support across the private, public and voluntary sectors. This includes clerical work for a number of governing bodies of Norfolk Schools, and a team within the Norfolk County Council Education Department. Sue has set and carried out fundraising objectives, secured funding through bid compilation, used marketing knowledge to develop and raise a brand profile and increase awareness for a charity providing support for victims of domestic abuse.
Since beginning a career break to raise a family, Sue has been providing internal verification services to Interface and is currently studying for the Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Process and Practice qualification.