Chloe Butcher’s career has thrived since she graduated with an MA in Public Policy in 2018. She is now Policy and Partnership Manager for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, and also works closely with the National Police Chiefs’ Council to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of national policing and criminal justice programmes.
“I also support the design and delivery of a programme of joint project work that brings together Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables to enable effective collaborative working across policing.”
Clearly flourishing in her fascinating career, Chloe looks back on her time at the University of Reading as both rewarding and intellectually stimulating. The support and engagement provided by Reading’s School of Politics, Economics and International Relations (SPEIR) are key to this:
“I chose to study Public Policy after my undergraduate Law degree at Reading because I knew I wanted to focus on a policy-related career post-university. What stood out to me most about the course was the modules offered. As someone with a desire to work in policy I felt as though the range of modules would provide me with a well-rounded understanding of public policy. Something that I have found to be true in all my roles since.”