The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Welcome to our new Apprentice!


On Wednesday 3 May 2017 Tribune Trust Steering Group members gathered for their quarterly meeting, held this time at the Ropewalk in Barton. Here they were introduced to Humberside Police's newest apprentice Calum Carter. Thanks to a grant of £6,000 approved by the Tribune Trust, Humberside Police has been able to employ Calum as an apprentice working within the force community safety unit. The Tribune Trust invests significantly in helping young people stretch themselves through programmes such as Night Challenge, Rock Challenge, Lifestyle, CatZero and Outward Bound activities. The Trust felt that offering one young person the chance to work for Humberside Police was a tremendous opportunity to develop them. Calum, who comes from North East Lincolnshire, was selected after a searching recruitment process. He will now spend the next year with the force helping deliver programmes for young people. The picture shows members of the Tribune Trust looking on as Chair Hugh Bethell greets Calum. Trust Director Paul Cheeseman said 'I am delighted we have been able to support the appointment of Calum. He will learn a great deal working within the force and acquire skills that will set him on the right path to whatever career he chooses in the future'

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