Bishop Stortford Region – Central East and East of England
Regional Learning Development Officer: Major John McCombe
John has been an officer for 41 years, 33 years of which was as a corps officer. He was an officer in the Business Service unit (WBC) as well as a Module Leader in the school for officer training. Previous to his present appointment, he was a Mission Development & Enabling Officer at Territorial Headquarters. Prior to training, he was a police cadet and then a machine operator. John is married to Jennie and they have two grown-up children and five grandchildren.
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