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Se 01 Ep 03 - The Commonwealth Games Podcast

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After nearly 18 months away, the West Midlands Police podcast is back! In this episode, we celebrate a year to go until the 2022 Commonwealth Games come to Birmingham and the West Midlands. Chief Superintendent David Sturman and Superintendent Nick Rowe, who are responsible for the safety and security of the event, join the show to discuss how the planning is going, and what to expect if you do decide to come to the event. We also speak to our Chief Constable Sir David Thompson, who shares his memories as police commander of the 2002 Games in Manchester, the last time the event was held in England. Finally, PC Georgia Davies, who is part of the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship Programme, also speaks to us. Georgia also plays cricket professionally for Central Sparks, and discusses how she could be policing the T20 cricket event at Edgbaston, while her friends and teammates play on the field! Thanks for listening, and tell us what you think via social media. Just search West Midlands Police on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.