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Meet The Honest Truth Board

Sergeant Olly Tayler joined Devon and Cornwall Police in 1993 after deciding a career as a chef wasn’t for him.  During his 20 years police service Olly has undertaken a number of roles including Reponse and Neighbourhood as both a PC and Sergeant,  He has led on a number of major initiatives notably leading a project to introduce the body worn digital video to the Police Service.  He enjoys specialist operations work particularly as a Public Order officer and his role within Roads Policing.  Olly joined the Honest Truth team in 2010 and has been our chair for the last 15 months.

When he’s not at work Olly enjoys the outdoors and anything that has an element of danger about it!  In 2005 he was part of a charity team that each took a team of 4 Huskies across 300 miles of the Arctic Circle and in the process the team raised over £262,000 for a local cancer hospice.  Olly is also a keen musician and enjoys playing the cello and saxophone.  He has a number of things on his bucket list although the one at the very top is to fly backseat in a Spitfire.  He is also an ardent fan of curry and real ale.

As chair of the Honest Truth partnership I’m very proud to be working with an incredible group of people who share my passion for keeping some of the most vulnerable on our roads safe by providing ADI’s with the resources they need to teach young and new drivers how to stay alive once they’ve passed their test.  As a Senior Investigating Officer for fatal and potential fatal collisions I often deal with the trauma and devastation caused by road traffic collisions and see how it affects families and loved ones.  By being involved in The Honest Truth I feel as though I am able to do my bit to help make the roads safer for all of us but particularly those most at risk.  Please help us by doing your bit as well.  Remember ‘Small Changes Save Lives’.


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