Julie McAndrew, Guardian

Julie has over 20 years HR experience and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and has a post-graduate Diploma
in HR Management. 

 

Passionate about staff wellbeing and mental health, Julie is also an advanced Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) Assessor and her experience includes supporting police officers and staff who have attended traumatic incidents, assessing how they cope with trauma and referring them for appropriate support. 

I believe staff should always be heard.

Julie says: “I became a Guardian to help people find the confidence within themselves to be able to talk about their concerns at work. I strongly believe that staff should never be in a position where they feel that what they have to say will not be heard. Being a Guardian means that by listening to staff and supporting them through their decision-making process on what action they wish to take, they are able to speak up about issues with confidence and without fear of recrimination.”

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