Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney
Olivia Pinkney is a former deputy chief constable of Sussex Police and is the national lead for the Policing of Children and Young People and the UK Women Chief Officers’ Network. Prior to this she was an assistant inspector of constabulary with Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC), independently inspecting police forces and policing. She has previously served as assistant chief constable for Surrey and Sussex Police and began her career policing with Avon and Somerset Constabulary.
Deputy Chief Constable Sara Glen
Sara Glen worked for Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Hampshire Constabulary and Dorset Police before returning to Hampshire as head of Crime in 2012. In 2014, DCC Glen was appointed temporary assistant chief constable for Crime and Criminal Justice, with strategic oversight for all aspects of investigations. DCC Glen also leads the bilateral Digital Policing Programme for both Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police. In 2015, DCC Glen was confirmed in post as an assistant chief constable, and later in 2016 as Deputy Chief Constable.
Assistant Chief Constable David Pryde
David Pryde joined Hampshire Constabulary as ACC Operational Services in April 2007. He was appointed ACC Specialist Operations in September 2008 and later given the responsibility for the Crime and Criminal Justice portfolio. ACC Pryde has also previously overseen Territorial Operations.
Assistant Chief Constable Dave Hardcastle
Dave Hardcastle joined Hampshire Constabulary in 1990 as a PC and has served his entire career with the force. He has a broad range of operational and strategic policing experience, developed through a variety of roles, including deputy Basic Command Unit (BCU) commander, Force Leadership Development programme lead, head of the Intelligence, Tasking and Development Command, and a force gold commander since 2014.
Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Amanda Pearson
Amanda Pearson joined Thames Valley Police (TVP) in 1993 and has also worked in Hertfordshire, the City of London and for Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On her return to TVP in 2008, Amanda took up command of South Oxfordshire, the area she had grown up in. In her time with TVP, she has also been head of Integrated Offender Management (IOM) and Youth Justice, Oxford Area commander and head of Collaboration. In April 2015 she transferred to Hampshire Constabulary and became head of Contact Management for both forces.
Special Constabulary Chief Officer Tom Haye
Tom Haye joined the Special Constabulary in 1990 and worked with Hampshire Constabulary for 15 years before joining the British Transport Police in 2005. In May 2015 Tom returned to Hampshire and was appointed Chief Officer of the Special Constabulary. Tom has a national role to bring cyber experts into the Special Constabulary and Police Volunteer schemes as well as managing Hampshire’s own Special Constabulary officers. Tom also manages a systems integration company in his day job.