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Experience and service come to the fore
- Friday November 15, 2019
In October the Scottish Branch held an evening seminar in which Constable Sean Owen from Police Scotland gave members a presentation on the role that the Police play in collision investigation, analysis and prevention.
His informative and detailed talk provided an excellent insight into the role of police officers attending collisions, from the data gathering and investigation process through to the importance of partnership working with local authorities and government bodies.
Mr Owen’s experience and knowledge raised key debates and provided important answers throughout, which enhanced the knowledge of the members present.
After this presentation, the Scottish Branch chair, Gordon Brown, presented Campbell Divertie IEng FIHE with the ‘award of merit for outstanding service’ to the Institute.
Mr Divertie was the chairman of the Scottish Branch for a number years and contributed a vast amount of personal time to maintain the running of the branch, attendance at Institute meetings and also as a reviewer. On behalf of the Institute we would like to thank Campbell for his contribution and wish him well on his retirement.
The IHE has bestowed an Honorary Fellowship on Lance Williams of Highways England at the Southern Branch seminar in Winchester. Lance is well known across the industry as ‘Mr Sector Scheme’ and received his certificate from President Jonathan Pearson.